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Ted Myers (#46904394)
 member for 9 years, 1 month, 15 days
Devil Kitty Designs
RE: Unknown Soldiers marker
You are most welcome. It's the least I can do. Thank you so much for all the hard work and dedication you have put into trying to give names to all those "unknown" men who died in war. They may be listed as unknown, but they had names. They had lives and families and stories that are worth remembering and honoring, no matter which side of the conflict they gave their loyalty and service to.

The fact that you are working so tirelessly to try to give them back the dignity of their names, and give their descendants the chance to finally know where their loved one is buried is so wonderful.

Thank you again for all that you do, and to all the other men and women working so hard to make sure each and every one of these men is remembered.


Added by Devil Kitty Designs on Oct 18, 2015 9:47 PM

Devil Kitty Designs
RE: Unknown Soldiers marker
Btw, I looked up the Facebook group, and sent a request to join. :)

Added by Devil Kitty Designs on Oct 18, 2015 11:48 AM

Devil Kitty Designs
RE: Unknown Soldiers marker
Ted, of course you are welcome to use the photos. Please let me know if the versions I have added to the unknown soldier's memorials on Find A Grave are good enough. If you need them larger, I do have the originals on my other computer and could email those to you if you wished.


Added by Devil Kitty Designs on Oct 18, 2015 11:41 AM

Rich Dohm
RE: Facebook page to unknowns
Glad to help. Just look at my page, like that.

Added by Rich Dohm on Oct 17, 2015 4:03 PM

Rich Dohm
RE: Facebook page to unknowns
You know what you should do? If you're creating a Facebook page to unknowns, you should put a link to it right here... there's a place in "edit your profile" where you can put a web link to your website, right there under your email address.

Added by Rich Dohm on Oct 17, 2015 1:01 PM

Rich Dohm
RE: Photo
I wouldn't mind photo credit, but that's not really important. Short answer, yes you can use my pictures for whatever you like, my pleasure.

Added by Rich Dohm on Oct 14, 2015 7:45 PM

John Wogan Correction.
The photo I have of John would have been taken closer to four months before he was taken prisoner.

I sent you the edits to link him to his parents, William and Nancy McDaniel Wogan (my ggg grandparents).

In the area where John is buried do you know how many burial trenches there were? Are there any historical markers?

Thanks Again,
John D.

Added by JDKille on Oct 10, 2015 5:31 PM

RE: John Wogan
Hi Ted,

Of course I'm interested in whatever information you have on John Wogan. I have a CDV photo of him taken at Camp Chase in April, 1864 - probably about a month before he was taken prisoner.

John D.

Added by JDKille on Oct 10, 2015 5:19 PM

Wayne R
Pvt Thomas Callender
Hi Ted,
I'm the 4th cousin of Thomas Callender. You have him as buried at the Gettysburg National Cemetery but his family had his body shipped home and he is buried in the Pine Grove Cemetery, Harveyville, Luzerne Co., PA. He is on Find-a-grave under "Thomas Callender" at that location.

Wayne Rizor

Added by Wayne R on Oct 08, 2015 1:07 PM

Dale G
Henry B Savage
Thank you so much for the transfer. I really do appreciate it. Dale

Added by Dale G on Oct 05, 2015 12:30 PM

Kimby P.
Benjamin Taber - NY
Hello, Trying to figure out exactly where Benjamin Taber is buried? Memorial #84178494. He was the spouse of Susan M. Taber buried in Union Settlement Cemetery in West Monroe, NY. There is a headstone with him and her listed with a different death date and age then you have on your memorial but the same military Information listed. Thought he was buried in Union Settlement along with his spouse Susan.

Added by Kimby P. on Sep 30, 2015 9:05 PM

Pattie Morgan
Find A Grave Memorial# 54309392
Regarding John R. Phillips

I just found this memorial after finding a document on Ancestry. I need to do some research to confirm it but I believe this man is the oldest brother of my 2x great-grandmother, Elisabeth Arminta Philips.

If the bio on my 3x great-grandfather, Andrew Barney Philips, is correct and this John R. Phillips is who I believe him to be, John was the first white child to be born in Livingston County, Illinois.

Added by Pattie Morgan on Sep 19, 2015 4:25 AM

Edward E. Agnew
I noticed you have created a duplicate memorial.
Marsh Cemetery Centermoreland.

Added by SMPowell on Aug 25, 2015 8:50 PM

J Davis
RE: Washburn's Birth Place
I mis-read the handwriting, James W. Washburn's birth date was 23, not 28, May.

Added by J Davis on Aug 21, 2015 9:55 PM

J Davis
Washburn's Birth Place
Although I am sure his records say he was born in New York, as does the 1860 census, according to Private Washburn himself, "I was born in Windham Bradford Co. Pa state May 28, 1842..." His family moved to New York state when he was about two. This is from a diary he kept in the year 1860, now in the archives of the Fort Sam Houston Museum, Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

Added by J Davis on Aug 21, 2015 10:38 AM

James R & Donna M Shine
Memorial #19118750
Hi Ted,

Could you add a child of Mahlon W. Ayers of Laney L.Ayers, and link him with memorial #19118786?
There are other siblings but right now I do not have their information handy.

Thank you.
Donna M Shine

Added by James R & Donna M Shine on Aug 18, 2015 9:00 PM

Glenn Warner
RE: Hi Ted
Ok, thank you Ted. I've been trying to figure out where Jacob sits in my family heritage. Thank you for your response, and your Military service.

Best Regards,

Added by Glenn Warner on Aug 14, 2015 9:32 AM

Glenn Warner
Hi Ted
Ted, my name is Glendon Warner. I've been researching some of my family history. Are you related to Arvilla Myers, who married into my family? You left flowers on Jacob Warner's memorial and I'm trying to figure out his picture in my puzzle. He's buried at Fairdale where a lot of my family is resting. There are many Warner's there and I have about half of them figured out. Thanks for your time and Best Regards,

Glendon L. Warner III

Added by Glenn Warner on Aug 13, 2015 7:43 PM

Jennie Hise
Henry M. Kinsel
Hi Ted,

Do you know for a fact that Henry M. Kinsel's middle name was Martin? He died at Gettysburg, PA infantry, on July 3,1863. Was hoping he might be the Henry "Michael" Kinsel I'm looking for.


Jennie Hise

Added by Jennie Hise on Aug 06, 2015 10:30 PM

Member #47019839
Charles Backus
Please check the the Charles Backus memorial #79309435 that is located at Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery. It includes a photo of the memorial plaque dedicated with the names of those who perished at Fort Larned.

Added by Member #47019839 on Aug 06, 2015 10:20 AM

A Family Who Loves Genealogy
Hello my new friend!
Would you be so kind as to check the records on this gentleman.

In this record attached to the memorial enlarge and check for me if you would be so kind.

I thought he was single and that a parent had applied for the pension.

Thanks for helping me!

I found the Form 12 requesting back pay from his father who stated he had no children or wife.

Thanks for helping me out on this one!

Added by A Family Who Loves Geneal... on Jul 20, 2015 2:48 PM

A Family Who Loves Genealogy
Cheery Hello Ted
He was buried in Rockland Cemetery. I found information on as well backing up that info.

I have added him to Rockland Cemetery with the documentation showing burial there.

Would you mind if I copied and pasted your information to his memorial that I have input there? Thanks a bunch.

Do hope this finds you doing well my good new friend on findagrave!

Added by A Family Who Loves Geneal... on Jul 20, 2015 11:58 AM

Bruce D. Rutherford
Timothy Buckland
Thank you for the transfer. Did you wish him back once I do the links?

Added by Bruce D. Rutherford on Jul 14, 2015 10:49 AM

Sherry Paul Duty
Hiram J Everet
Thank you for creating a memorial for Hiram J Everet, and thank you for transferring him to family, we appreciate it. As we were wondering what happened to him after his death at Stones River, now he can be connected to the rest of the family.
Sherry Duty

Added by Sherry Paul Duty on Jul 08, 2015 1:08 PM

Pvt John Shaw Vitty
Thank you for your very speedy edit to add his mother to the memorial page! You've done a terrific job with the memorial!

Added by KRamon on Jun 30, 2015 2:44 PM


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