|Rich Dohm (#47091329)|
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I live in the Carytown section of Richmond, Virginia, USA, one time capital of the Confederate States of America. I grave the area of New Jersey to Georgia, looking for family burials.|
And often while walking those cemeteries I'll see some neglected or damaged or sinking markers, so I tidy them up, take a picture and post it, feeling like I might be their last best chance to be remembered to some future researcher. We all have the same goal, we're working for posterity, and I think this data base has become a number-one stop for any serious family history researcher.
I'm a U.S. Navy veteran, Vietnam era, duty aboard the USS Canopus AS-34. I raised a family, but lost my wife. I made a career in newspaper production, am now retired, and enjoy volunteer gravestone photography.
The best way I've found to get a readable gravestone photo is to redirect sunlight to cast shadows across the carvings.
Anyone who wants to use my photos may do so, without any restriction, so help yourself. They have been posted here for you to use. And if you want a transfer, simply ask for it.
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|Daystcat||James H. Ellsworth # 95036448|
Thank you very much for adding the photo of the unknowns to my gg-grandfather's memorial. He left a wife and eight children behind. His brother, two sons, and brother-in-law survived the war, and the family forged ahead never learning where he was laid to rest. I thought it important to add his name because he believed the Union was worth the risk and worth the fight. His son, my g-grandfather kept his memory alive passing on the pride and love he had for his father. My brother, who served in Viet Nam is very much like the old man. I guess the the memory is somehow welded into the DNA and lives on, which is good. We should never forget.
Added by Daystcat on Feb 01, 2015 1:07 AM
|Marvin & Samme Templin||Wm Hutzell|
Thanks for filling our request.
|Rod Williams||Thank You|
Thank you for finding the actual resting place of Guy Morgan Ashworth.
|Kurt Hess||William Miller|
There are two William Millers in the cemetery record that have not been entered on Find a Grave, yet. The birth years are 1891 and 1892. Doesn't seem like a good match based on the birth year of 1886 for your William.
No Marie Miller, either.
I didn't come up with much on ancestry for William and Marie.
They didn't leave many tracks.
It is interesting that Chester is the only one that ended up in Vacaville. Seems like everyone else stayed pretty close to home (New Jersey).
I'll enter the two Williams later today, so you can check them out.
|Nancy (Cowley) Weise||Tetzners|
I just entered Florence Lamoreaux 56354579 into a Washburn, WI cemetery and will be glad to transfer her to you if you wish. Thank you for your service! My husband was in the Seabees in Vietnam. He and a fellow veteran will be going to Branson Tues for Veteran's Week. They sure know how to treat our heros there! Have you ever gone?
|Judie ||Isaiah Theophilus Norwood|
Thank you for the additional photo of I. T. Norwood, I really appreciated it. He was the son-in-law of Thomas Graham McIntyre, our GG Grandfather.
Also, while it's on my mind, thank you for your dedicated service to our country. Our Vietnam era veterans didn't get the recognition they deserved.
Added by Judie on Oct 12, 2014 7:04 PM
|sjbates||RE: Guerry lot ~ Elmwood Cemetery|
You are most welcome. Thanks for the compliment and tip on using a reflector to redirect light.
Added by sjbates on Sep 22, 2014 8:33 PM
|Lanie||Richmond National Cemetery|
Thank you for adding the May grave photos from Richmond National Cemetery. I really appreciate your doing so as well as all the work you do on the other photographs!
Added by Lanie on Sep 21, 2014 5:34 AM
|Bobby||RE: Greenoaks Memorial Park ~ Shingleur|
well the marker is most assuredly not in section 1.I walked and searched the whole section, even brought a broom to clean the ones covered with leaves. I also did masonic 1 which is right next to it with no luck. I often take pictures and add them but dont actually verify sections. i will look for it in other sections
Added by Bobby on Jul 29, 2014 7:27 PM
|bob grimes||Richard Overton|
Thank you so much for locating the gravestone and posting the photo and information. It's so much fun to meet friends and relatives (some of which you may have grown up so close to and never knew were kin). It is especially appreciated for the long trip and number of ticks you incurred all for the sake of prosperity.
Thanks so much!
Brenda Rae Overton Grimes
(sister of Margaret Overton)
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