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Hello! I'm Robert (aka "Cenantua"), and I'm a native and resident of the Shenandoah Valley. I've spent a good deal of my life focused on history and the people in it, especially as it relates to my own people in the past. In my eyes, grave hunting and history have always been linked, and it may be that grave hunting actually led me deeper into my quest for expanding my knowledge and understanding of history and the people who played a part in it. Most of my entries or requests for changes of existing memorials in Find-a-Grave relate to my ancestors, relatives, or Civil War era interests.|
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|Jeff Weatherholt||Benjamin T. Weatherholtz|
Hi, you created a page for Benjamin T. Weatherholtz (1842-1915), and have him being buried in a Weatherholtz Cemetery in Page County, Va. Can you please provide directions to that cemetery? Thanks
|W. Warder||Photos for Mortimer Campbell and his wife Alice in Rock Creek Cemetery, DC|
I just wanted to let you know that there were other stones in the plot for the Campbell's that you might be interested in.
I created the memorials. They are:
August H Plugge # 144240726
Austin H Plugge# 144240765
Campbell H Plugge # 144240817
Dr. Frederick W. Plugge V # 144240534
Jeanette F Plugge # 144240792
Kathryn M Plugge # 144240576
Hope they fit into your tree somehow!
|Jo Ann Ford||Dawson|
Thank you so very much, Jo Ann
|Carrie Capezuto||Alexander Shannon Mullin|
I was wondering how to add information to your Clear Spring Boys in Blue cemetery? Alexander Shannon Mullin was my 3rd great grandfather and was in the civil war. He is buried in St. Peter's Lutheran cemetery in clear spring. He was also in the Mexican War.
Carrie Mullen Capezuto
|Jan robinson||RE: David Fenton Roudabush|
He was wonderful to employ us little kids. We might have eaten more than we put in the box. We lived across the road and very near the water tower. We called his place "Little Jerusleum". There is still part of the wall remaining. I go by it every time I go home.
This memorial was made burial unknown which according to find a grave rules is only allowed for thirty days . I see you are related to this person if you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I will send you his death certificate which will give you his burial location and his correct day of passing
I was afraid it worked that way , no sense in saying anything to that party as I would imagine they are the same one making the memorials without any burial locations
|Linda Price||Francis A. Pike|
Can you tell me how and where you got the information on Francis Pike. He is from my lineage. We had some written information that his father Francis Pike married a Catherine Repp but I haven't found anything on her, but I did find him married to a Mary Haver not Hower. Now I'm confused. Not that that's out of the ordinary. I'm putting a book together on my Pike's and have done a DNA study. I'm trying to put this section of my book together. I take it Francis died as a result of his injury in the Civil War. Thanks for your time and help whether great or small. Linda Pike Price
|J B Williams & T Slaydon Williams||taylor|
That is o.k., thank you for your kindness
and thank you for your work, glad to know we
are related. Thank you.
|Kathleen Aderhold||# 48154058 James K Polk Butler|
I do not know how I stumbled on his memorial today. He is a "lost" relative and I had no clue how to find him. I have all his military records,etc but did not know how or where he was buried. I appreciate the research you did in order to give him a biography. Thank you for gong above and beyond just snapping a photo.
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