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Wayne Seibert (#46565112)
 member for 11 years, 5 months, 16 days
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Bio Photo I was born in Jersey City, NJ and lived there for the first seventeen years of my life. The only grave I ever visited was my grandfather; he died in 1960. I didn't know that, within view of his grave, just accross the street, was the unmarked grave of my older brother. The Viet Nam War, and my part as a medic from age 17, put me in contact with many more graves and the people who would visit them.
I am now a retired Police Officer living in Fairborn, Ohio. I have been an Evidence Tech (now called CSI), Forensic Photographer and Death Investigator during my career and I suppose I'm still doing those things now - as a hobby.
Darlene and I had to put Cherry Grove Cemetery in Xenia, OH on 'standby' and are working in Byron Cemetery since it is less than 3 miles away.
We are still working on finding the graves of soldiers in the USCT and the 54th and 55th Massachusetts Infantry who are buried in Greene Co., OH but this is mostly book-work now.
Any 'grave photographs' I have taken are public domain; copy them and use them as you please.
*TRANSFERS: Most of the memorials that I have posted are not related to me, they are projects that I have taken-on. I believe that ANY relative should be able to take over management of these graves. Just ask me.
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Tim Cook
RE: book
That sounds very interesting. I would appreciate that.
Added by Tim Cook on Jul 03, 2014 10:35 AM
Penny Pryor
V. Ogletree
Thanks for the transfer and all your contributions to a very tool we use to go back in history!

Penny Pryor
Added by Penny Pryor on Jun 25, 2014 7:06 AM
Penny Pryor
Varney L Ogletree

He was married to my great great aunt, Mary Olive Gibbons Ogletree


Penny Pryor
Added by Penny Pryor on Jun 24, 2014 11:09 AM
John G. Hall
RE: U.S.C.T. Headstones in Greene Co., OH
Thank you!

Added by John G. Hall on Jun 05, 2014 9:19 AM
John G. Hall
USCT Headstones....

Presently I'm working on a USCT Headstone Page & would like to include any photos you may have. As a fellow Find A Graver I'll make sure you're given FULL credit & a link back to Find A Grave. Here's the link to our Page:

John G. Hall (#47204255)
Graves Registration Officer SUVCW
Added by John G. Hall on Jun 05, 2014 7:40 AM
RE: Albert Rowe - Fairfield Cemetery
Why thank you. That would be splendid! I'm trying to find the parents & have tracked down most of the siblings buried back home. My # is 47740015

This will enable me to link em all up & add details.

Again, thank you kindly.
Carrie Rowe
Added by CarrieMR on May 31, 2014 5:25 PM
Change request
I wish to request a correction to the World War designation for Willard S. Caldwell, Find A Grave Memorial# 76444161 He is buried at Fairfield Cemetery, Fairborn, Ohio. WWI is listed but he would have only 4 years old, so he would have had to have served in WWII. Thank you in advance.
Added by J C on May 30, 2014 12:15 AM
margaret brown
Lincoln Fremont Brown #87670346
Thank you for transferring husband and wife!
Added by margaret brown on May 21, 2014 9:16 AM
Jesse Garver
Wayne, I have made plenty of mistakes myself, so don't feel bad. R.J.
Added by R.J. on May 12, 2014 7:26 PM
R Carr
Emily Willis
Mr. Seibert,

I hope that all is well with you. Our family is planning a 100th birthday celebration for my grandmother in November. She has informed the family that her first grade teacher in East St. Louis, IL was Emily Willis. I am putting together a program of my grandmothers youth and I wanted to include information regarding Emily Willis.

Through research on Ancestry I believe I have located her through the 1900 and 1930 Census (even though her DOB's are remarkably different on both).I eventually located her tombsone on Find a Grave (as her mother and sisters names are inscribed on the very same headstone as hers).

With that said, I see that you have a year of Death as 1934 (although the tombstone does not list that). I waqs wondering where you received that information from? The reason I ask is because I am seeking her exact year of death for my research. Any assistance that you can provide would be extemely helpful, thank you.
Added by R Carr on Mar 17, 2014 1:23 PM
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