|Russ Dodge (#309)|
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Senior Find A Grave Curator and Administrator. |
Check out my Bio on the Find A Grave Main Page here, under "Who Is Behind Find A Grave".
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Lifelong resident of New Jersey until July 2013.
Now reside outside of Philadelphia, but will always be a "New Jerseyan" for life.
Find A Grave Contributor since 1996
Find A Grave Admin since 2002
Human Being since 1969
"Chuck Taylor's" wearer since 1979.
A majority of my contributions are Civil war-era soldiers. If you find one or any of my interments is an ancestor, I would be happy to transfer them to you.
I get a large amount of e-mails a day pertaining to Findagrave in general and my contributions in particular. If perchance I have failed to respond in a timely manner, please resend your correspondence and I will endeavor to reply.
I am also a volunteer tour guide at Philadelphia's historic Laurel Hill Cemetery, final resting place of the "Victor of Gettysburg" Major General George Gordon Meade, amongst many many others. Come visit sometime and explore some buried history.
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A.J. Marik, Bobb Edwards, countedx58, cy, Daniel M. Daile..., Jennifer Tipton, Jim Tipton, Katrina, Laurie Pilotti, Mark, Nikita Barlow, Stonewall, Sue Dodge
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|David S. Spangler||Transfer of memorial|
Would you consider transfering Nickolas O. Thompson # 53726900 to me David Spangler # 46888812. He is my Great Grandmothers Father.
Thank you and have a great day, and Thank you for listing him
|Sherry Dennewitz||RE: Sarah debevoise Corzine 1780-1866|
I want to use the picture on My Family Tree @ Ancestry. As Far as I know, there No Other Pictures associated to Sarah Debevoise Corzine.
Please let me know.
Thank You, Sherry Dennewitz
|Sherry Dennewitz||Sarah debevoise Corzine 1780-1866|
May I Please use Your Picture of The Green-Wood Cemetery Entrance
|Cd||Memorial # 14221451445|
This memorial is of my grandfather Raymond Leroy Tucker and a woman who's name is Debbie and her # is 47879315 has been nothing but rude since I've asked her politely several times to delete and she refuses she has never meet the deceased nor his family she had put personal stuff on his profile page and she has over 7,000 profiles she has been threatening to me she has violated several terms of this website she needs to be removed now and if your company does not you are helping her by implicating in her crime please remove his profile as well as hers I've snap photos of our conversations where she is nothing but rude he just died in 2015 she added the memorial a few months after he died please delete both of them
Added by Cd on Jan 06, 2017 3:04 PM
|J B Williams & T Slaydon Williams||Memorial's|
Hello Russ, I have been a member for almost
5 years. I have worked, researched, added so much
information to the memorial's I maintained, since being on Find A Grave. Today Jan 4, 2017, I had nearly 3,000 memorial's I have managed, looked up
the information, maintained and now only manage 2,400, all of the work I have done is gone.
I have never been so disappointed, than today. I have worked my tail off gathering information, those memorial's, so many, I received through the family first policy of Find A Grave. I have been researching for 30 plus years, historian, and It feels like a slap in my face, I did all of the work on those page's and at the bottom of my page's that I maintained, all it says now on those page's that I did maintain, and my work, which is on those page's, it only says now created by, no credit, no acknowledgement, that I even did the work, it now looks like my work which I added to the memorial's was done by the one who created the memorial, How? Why? I don't know what happened to the page's I maintained. After today because of that, losing the page's I have worked so hard on, and adding my information to those page's, all for nothing, so someone else can take credit for all that I have done for those memorial's makes me feel, I don't want to do this any more, I am so disgusted, I am so humiliated and all my work, all the memorial's I maintained through the family first policy, Gone!
|DILLICANITY||cyber stalking by dare2dream|
This person has been asked several times to cease contact through useless, redundant ediits. Today he or she was asked to remove our family memorials put into his or her Virtual Cemeteries. I could not email you since an older cell is all I have access to while traveling regarding other family elders. Two others seem to be in league with this individual.
|Angel of Flowers||Russ|
I want to take the time to wish you & yours a
'HAPPY NEW YEAR'
And thank you for helping me out. You're the best!
|Ben Martinez||Henry Morris Naglee|
Russs, This man was some solider, viticulturist and, ahem...much more.:)
"After his discharge from the army, in 1849, Captain Naglee became the first commanding officer of the 1st California Guards, a California Militia unit in San Francisco, the beginning of what would become the California National Guard.
He also entered into a career in banking. In 1858 Naglee left San Francisco to study viticulture in Europe. Later that year, he bought 140 acres (0.570 km˛) just east of downtown San Jose, California, where he built an estate and planted vineyards of Riesling and Charbono grapes, from which he distilled brandy. His high-quality brandy and his great viticultural knowledge made him famous as the "Father of California's brandy industry".
In 1865 he married 24 years old Marie Antoinette Ringgold, the daughter of his friend George Hays Ringgold and descendant to President James Monroe. From this marriage were born two daughters, Marie, in 1866, and Antoinette, in 1869.
Mrs. Naglee died in 1869 and Naglee never remarried. In California General Naglee was involved in two very public scandals. In 1865, Mary Schell, whom Naglee had met in 1858 and corresponded with while at war, published his love letters in a book entitled The Love Life of Brigadier General Henry M. Naglee,
Consisting of a correspondence on Love, War and Politics, after he broke off their relationship. In 1877 his nanny Emily Hanks filed a lawsuit against Naglee, claiming he proposed marriage to her and then seduced her. This led to two trials and three years of headlines in the local newspapers. The court ruled in Hanks's favor in the first trial, but in Naglee's in the second.
Henry Naglee died on illness in San Francisco on March 5, 1886, and is buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery in Philadelphia. His estate was developed into the residential Naglee Park neighborhood in 1902 by his daughters. They erected a stone and brass memorial to Naglee in San Jose's St. James Park, and Naglee Avenue in San Jose was named after him.
Having worked for Gallo Winery (Famous for their Brandy), his work in brandy development caught my eye.
Thanks again for the great work.
|Ben Martinez||General Henry Nagee|
Russ, thanks so much for the bio of General Naglee. He was the Commanding Officer (as Captain Naglee), of Company D. Stevenson's Regiment.
William Roach, was the first Sheriff of Monterey County (CA), and was a Sergeant in Company D.
More is uncovered thanks to your work and bio on General Naglee. Thank you so much and keep digging.
|Bob Velke||RE: Augustus Funk (#132928097)|
Thanks for your answer. It's good to know that there's a reason that I can't request a photo of the stone … even if I don't understand the reason :-). Since there is no photo of his stone, what kind of abuse could be involved in requesting it? I'll understand if you take my question as rhetorical. Thanks again for your help.
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