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Russ Zaccari (#48317719)
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I started working on genealogy with my father quite a few years ago. After he moved away from the area, other interests took over. In the last year, I have rekindled that interest and FindAGrave is a natural extension.

Cemeteries near me that I frequent are US Soldiers' and Airmen's Home Cemetery, Washington DC, St. Mary's, Washington DC, and Crownsville Veterans Cemetery, Crownsville, MD. There are others fairly close but they are huge and without some direction to search, I tend to stick to the ones I can maneuver.

I am trying to get access to the columbarium at the Washington National Cathedral. One of the volunteers said he has only seen it opened one time in his 18 years there so I am only hoping at this point.
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BALN
William David Toney
Thank You one hundred times for the transfer!!!!!!! It took my breath AWAY TO SEE HIS STONE.
Added by BALN on Jan 24, 2015 10:29 AM
Dominique Potier
Thomas L Brass
Thanks for your picture . I can't tell if he was an Airborne during the WW2 ... if one day you find his obit or more info could you contact me ?

Thanks

Domi
Added by Dominique Potier on Jan 06, 2015 2:12 AM
Erin D
Edward Schmidt
Hello,
Thank you so much for your time and effort into maintaining your various online grave sites/records. It's such a big help and so important to those of us who can't readily get to the cemetery.

This Edward Schmidt is my 3rd great grandfather who was born in Kippenheim, Germany on December 24, 1810. I don't know if you'd like to add additional information onto his site, but here's what I know.

He was the son of Johann Georg Schmidt and Marie Magdalena Friedrich. He married Maria Helena Oberle and they immigrated to Baltimore. Edward enlisted and was in Co K, 29th New York Vol. Infantry. He fought in the 2nd Battle of Bull Run and was buried at the U.S. Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery, DC.

I have research documents, if needed, for proof.

Thanks again and Happy New Year,
Erin
Added by Erin D on Jan 03, 2015 11:54 PM
Kim
Keiter
Thank you for the photo of Ralph and Agnes Keiter. Your hard work is much appreciated.
Added by Kim on Dec 08, 2014 4:13 PM
Dan Phelan
Evelyn Franklin's photo
Hello Russ, thanks so much for the photo of Evelyn's monument. A friend of mine is researching her family. Her father was a famous and successful blind salvage diver. He did salvage jobs many sighted divers failed at.
Thanks again,
Dan Phelan
Added by Dan Phelan on Nov 10, 2014 7:20 PM
Kamtree
Thank you!
Perfect timing for Veterans' Day!
Added by Kamtree on Nov 09, 2014 9:16 PM
Stan Jett
Earl James Pumphrey
Memorial# 136453715
Born 29 Jul 1896
Died 05 Aug 1960
Not in Crownsville

I also removed Russell S Johnson from Crownsville


Thank you
Added by Stan Jett on Oct 25, 2014 10:15 AM
T & C
RE: Photo added to Find A Grave Memorial# 32495038
Russ: Thanks! Bob took care of it.
Added by T & C on Oct 23, 2014 9:41 AM
Stan Jett
Russell Johnson @ Crownsville
I got his information from the VA National Cemetery Administration. Should I submit a photo request? Do you have access to Crownsville logs?
Added by Stan Jett on Oct 20, 2014 8:37 PM
T & C
Photo added to Find A Grave Memorial# 32495038
Hello Russ: I added a gravestone photo to Find A Grave Memorial# 32495038 for Martin Cornelius Carpenter. The one that the originator of the memorial put up was for a Civil War soldier by the name of W. R. Carpenter from N.H. When you have the time, the incorrect photo can be removed. Thanks!
Added by T & C on Oct 18, 2014 3:26 PM
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