|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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|Connie Lagasse Russell||RE: John Blakeslee|
Hi Ross....I'm not related to Blakslee'. Got the picture from the local Historical Society
|BL Hughes||Sarah Keyes|
Sarah L. (Ellis) Keyes, wife of Orlando W. Keyes, January 31, 1859, 26. >Gravestones in Village Cemetery in Ashland, N. H.
|Charles A. Lewis||Re: Records of your family members|
Although I have no idea as to the volume of data you have for your relatives, here are a couple of rather extensive records that we did in recent months based on personal logs and/or memoirs. Some of the data was provided electronically and some was provided by mail.
|Charles A. Lewis||RE: RADM Mead Saltonstall Pearson|
Unfortunately, I can't find much data on him either. What I do have is located here:
|PL||Edward A Chinn,Jr|
You have him listed twice in Oak Hill Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Va. Grave Memorial# 130708869 and Grave Memorial# 130879999. Would you remove one or both? Neither have any info, such as dates.
I have info and would like to add it. Thank you.
Added by PL on Sep 03, 2015 12:55 PM
|RainieNae||RE: Anna Sell Luxemburg|
My pleasure! The cemetery is beautifully kept so I hope its a fine resting place for your loved one. 😌
|BigFrench||Pvt. William House Leech|
Ross: your heart was in right place, but your photo is of the Confederate Cemetery, not City Cemetery.
Thanks in advance for your correcting this.
|RLA||Cueman Family Headstones|
Hi Ross, I just wanted to thank you for taking the time and making the effort to photograph the Cueman family headstones. I really appreciate it.
Thanks again, Robin
Added by RLA on Jun 05, 2015 5:00 PM
|JeMM||Myrtle Brown's headstone photograph|
Thank you so much for taking such a nice photograph of the headstone for Myrtle Brown. The kindness of a person like you is what makes Find A Grave so wonderful! Thanks again and may you find joy helping others through Find A Grave! JeMM
Added by JeMM on Jun 03, 2015 8:57 AM
|Olin E. Hartley||RE: Erastus Headlee|
I think I most likely sent you on a wild goose chase. I had the following statement on his bio page - copied and pasted:
Co. I, 8th Pa., Res. Inf.
Left on Battlefield and most likely buried with the 12,000+ unknowns in the Fredericksburg National Cemetery who fought in nearby battles.
I honestly thought it was worth asking to see if there was a headstone. I was wrong.
I'm really sorry that I caused you this waste of time
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