|Ross A Peot (#47528073)|
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|I was raised in Luxemburg, Wisconsin. Joined the Naval Reserve when I was a senior in high school. On April 19, 1965 I enlisted in the US Army and served a career of 21 years retiring as a 1st Sergeant. I had tours in Korea, Alaska, Thailand, Jordan, Mexico, Germany. I retired in 1986 from Fort A.P.Hill in VA. Retired from the Postal Service with 20 1/2 years of service in 2007. In doing my family research there is a history in our family of military service followed by the Postal Service. The search continues of my ancestors and would certainly look forward in hearing from living relatives that I've never met. I happened to find two cousins I didn't know I had two years ago and they have been very helpful in the searches.|
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|Russ C||RE: Duplications at Oak Hill|
Good deal. Thanks for clearing those up. I have caught some of my own recently and check sometimes to see if anyone has added photos for places I didn't get to yet. Helps with dates. Big project!
Added by Russ C on Feb 22, 2015 6:34 PM
|macso||RE: Henry Keyes|
You're very welcome. Elizabeth's # is 120669707. Not sure I've ever heard of Atherton. Have you looked at the Sons of the Revolution application that was filed by Henry? Chris
Added by macso on Jan 16, 2015 8:42 PM
|macso||RE: Henry Keyes|
There was one other Keyes nearby, directly in front of him in another row. I took a photo of her, Elizabeth Keyes, and posted it also. Chris
Added by macso on Jan 16, 2015 7:42 PM
Thank You So Much for The Transfer,, Diana
|ditdit||RE: J. Ware Butterfield|
I have no clue.
If you want something added to a bio on a memorial please use the edit tab on the memorial and click "other" as a choice.
Added by ditdit on Nov 13, 2014 3:47 AM
|Carol||RE: The Tingler's|
Looking for a relative today I just came across by accident. Thought you would want to know. Thanks Carol
Added by Carol on Oct 07, 2014 4:50 PM
|Dave Hansen||RE: Harry Brown Oak Hill Cemetery|
Thanks for your efforts the crossover does happen, I also target veteran graves as often as I can. Thanks again
|Leslyn Lang||RE: Your Bio|
I've recently had 3 elder family members do their DNA to see where the family came from. It was eye opening. I had my mother (Sells side), Uncle (her brother), and then my Uncle on my father's side. We have to redo the Uncle on my father's side but her side definitely proves the stories I've seen written on line that the Sells family originally came from The Netherlands. Since her DNA will only show for her female side, at least the female side shows coming from that area. It's possible you could have family members in common. Her's had many Sells living in Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, and before that Pennsylvania. I can swap info with you if you like.
I received a message from you in Find A Grave. It states it's a repeat message but when I clicked on it to see what was going on, there was nothing written. I don't remember even getting the first message but nonetheless I wanted to see what your question was. It was for this memorial:
113228428. This is for a Willis Frank Mills Jr. Please resend me your message.
Ross, THANK YOU so much for getting the picture of Hiram Rosebush's stone for me so FAST!! The picture is very nice. I can't wait to show it to my 93 year old aunt. It is her great Uncle. Thanks again, Patti
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