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Saugerties New York Class Ring Found in Cape Cod

from Plymouth (Massachusetts, United States)
Contact: 1-774-454-4544

In July 2011 I was with a few friends Detecting the Cape Cod waters and found a silver school ring. On the ring was written Saugerties, Grace and 2010. A few days later I started emailing a few of the resource offices at the school along with the Principle.  In November i resent some emails and finally got a response  from the Principle. He stated that he would try to help. The middle of February came and i received  an email stating that Grace had been found and that I will be receiving and email soon. With in a half an hour the email came from Glenn stating that he couldn’t believe that I had found it and was going to return it for only a thank you and a picture. He said she was devastated about loosing it and thought it was gone forever. We made arrangements for me to send it to him ( after I had it cleaned)  for she was in college and he would give it to her during spring break. As you can see in the photo she was great full  to have it back . It’s by far the longest I’ve  taken to track down an owner, I’m just happy i was able too.

Lost Ring in Antioch, Illinois

from Antioch (Illinois, United States)
Contact: 1-847-366-3485

Hello my name is Craig Caron and I joined The Ring Finders Directory to help people find their lost rings in Antioch and the surrounding areas.

If you have lost something of sentimental value and want a second chance to find it, please give me a call…

When you want your lost ring to Find you!

 

Craig Caron

 

 

Found….Gold Bracelet..!! Milton, Ontario.

from North York (Ontario, Canada)
Contact: 1-905-492-2133

John called me a few days ago about his gold bracelet he had lost in the fall while cleaning up around his yard.

As the weather has been so nice in and around Toronto, John thought I may be able to come over and

attempt a recovery as we have no snow on the ground, which is unusual for this time of year.

I was able to make it over to John’s house this morning where I met with him and his lovely wife.

John then gave me a tour of both the front and back yards where he had been cleaning up in the fall and pointed out some areas where he thought his bracelet may be hiding. One area was in a cluster of little cedar trees where he had be rearranging some rocks near the front lawn.

I went back to the car to get my gear and get set up while John went back inside the house.

I figured I would eliminate the front yard first as it was much smaller than the

back yard, and started the search in the cluster of cedar trees.

A minute later I had a rough, broken signal that turned out to be a rusted beer cap and then nothing for another minute or so.

Then, a nice, strong, solid signal that had me reaching for my pin-pointer…..

I moved some leaves out of the way and could see part of the bracelet sticking out from underneath a rock. After rolling the rock off to the side, John’s bracelet came into full view.

I brushed some dirt off of the bracelet, made sure it was in one piece and then rang his doorbell.

 

John’s eyes had a look of disbelief when he looked at his bracelet. What a great moment ..!!  I love this look.

After showing his wife the bracelet, they insisted I have a coffee with them before leaving.

What a great job this is…!!!

I’m very happy you have your bracelet back John..!!!

Thank you very much as well for the nice reward on such a fast locate.

Take care,

Mark Ellis

 

 

Wedding Ring Found at Locust Ave Park Islip Town

from Suffolk County (New York, United States)
Contact: 1-516-526-4888

I got a call from a Man who lost his ring playing football at a local park. He did not want to tell his wife. So he call me. I went down to thee field and he told me it came off after making a touch down. He showed me the area and off I went to search. It only took bout half an hour to come up with his Wedding ring. I took a picture of the ring and here it is

Platnium and Diamond ring found and returned in Westwood Massachusetts

from Plymouth (Massachusetts, United States)
Contact: 1-774-454-4544

I received an email from a gentleman a week or so before Thanksgiving,  asking if i may be able  to find his wife’s engagement ring that she lost while doing yard work,or if i knew someone in his area that could. Westwood is about an hour or so from me so i said that on Saturday after Thanksgiving i would come up and try to find it,he said his wife knows right where it should be. We made arrangements for me to meet his wife in front of there house on that Saturday. I arrived at 10:05am and she brought me to the back yard where she had a pile of leaves,she said she lost it in a leaf bag so she dumped it under her deck and that’s where it will be. After scanning it for a few minutes, i told her i was confident that the ring wasn’t there. Her faced dropped. I looked on the side of her deck and saw a small pile of leaves and scanned it and BINGO there was the engagement ring. I looked over to her and her back was to me, so i walked over and tapped her on the shoulder and said i  hope this makes your  holiday’s better as i held out the ring. She started shaking a little and the gave me a huge hug and said thank you. After a couple pictures we said our goodbye’s.

Lost wedding band found..!! Markham, Ontario

from North York (Ontario, Canada)
Contact: 1-905-492-2133

A few days ago, I received a call from William F. who told me that he had lost his gold wedding band while raking and bagging leaves around his yard last weekend.  I asked him if had had thrown the bagged leaves out yet and he said no, he had kept them.

I knew then that his ring would probably be a fairly easy and quick locate

I met William at his home in the town of Markham, just north of Toronto this morning and he began showing me the area where he had been cleaning up the leaves from the yard.

He then opened up the garage and showed me the several large, full bags of leaves he had kept in there all week.

We decided to check all the bags first, and if the ring wasn’t located I would then search the lawn.

William handed me one bag and I quickly scanned around the bag and the bottom……nothing.

Bag number two was scanned…..nothing.

Bag three was scanned and then about midway down the bag, a solid, heavy signal. Bingo..!!

I tipped the bag over onto the driveway, spread the leaves around and  pinpointed the target. There was his ring. A large, gold wedding band.  I handed it back to William who was obviously relieved and happy to see his ring again.

The entire search took maybe 90 seconds at the most. That was my second fast recovery in a row. I love these quick finds..!! lol

Too bad they aren’t all like this, but as long as we keep getting the rings back to people, that’s really all that matters.

I’m really glad I could help out today William, and happy you have your ring back on your finger.

William was a bit camera shy, but his ring wasn’t so I have attached a pic of the ring.

Thank you so much for the generous reward on such a quick locate..!!!

Take care,

Mark Ellis

 

 

Lost gold ring found in Toronto..!!

from North York (Ontario, Canada)
Contact: 1-905-492-2133

I had a call from Ken on Thursday who told me that he had lost his gold and diamond ring early this spring in his backyard.

Ken was cutting branches and trimming hedges in his yard, and when he was finished, he realized his ring was missing.

He looked all over the yard for it several times and when it didn’t turn up, he assumed it was lost forever.

After thinking about his ring all summer, Ken found me on TheRingFinders, and thought he’d give me a call.

So, I arrived at Ken’s home on Friday morning where I asked him several questions.

He stated that he had recently lost some weight and was well aware that his ring was fitting very loosely, but didn’t want to take the ring off as it’s his wedding ring.

Ken then put me in the most logical place in the backyard where he thought the ring may be and started to walk back into his house.

I turned on my gear and instantly located a rusted , roofing nail. I put it in my pouch and walked two steps and got a very nice signal

that has that unmistakeable sound of a ring. Sure enough, I parted the grass and saw his ring


had obviously been stepped on as it was now pushed in flush with the soil and just the edge of the ring was exposed. I carefully removed his ring and began to walk towards the house just as Ken was entering. I said “Bye Ken I’m leaving now, I’m done for the day” and he just looked at me, confused. I laughed and showed him the ring. He was amazed at how fast the search was, maybe 20 seconds at the most.

He took his ring back and was very happy that it had been recovered.

I wish all my searches only took 20 seconds…!!!

I’m really happy you have your ring back Ken..!!!

Also, thank you very much for the nice reward on such a fast find.

Take care,

Mark Ellis

 

 

Lost ring Chicago, Aurora, Waukegan, Barrington, Tinley Park

from Chicago (Illinois, United States)
Contact: 1-773-206-8476

Hi,

I joined The Ringfinders back in August and have been busy finding peoples lost rings. It’s very rewarding to both my clients and to myself . If you have lost a ring feel free to contact me.

Lost ring found in Mound, Minnesota – Lake Minnetonka

 

The date was Saturday, October 22nd. and I was heading out to a private beach on Lake Minnetonka for my very first Ring Finders mission. For late October, the day was pristine. 60 degrees and no wind, so I knew the water would be clear and easy to search. My client had called me looking for my help in finding her lost ring that had slipped off her finger while she sat on her Jet Ski close to her dock in about two feet of water. She described the ring as being a thick gold band with rows of diamonds and Australian opal. It took me about two hours of grid work with my Garrett AT Pro metal detector to locate it,  but finally there it was in the bottom of my hand scoop! It was a thrill to find it and get it back to its very grateful owner! Thank you, Sarah! It was a pleasure helping you out!

Lost Ring Warwick, Providence, Rhode Island

from Warwick (Rhode Island, United States)
Contact: 1-401-588-1517

    Hi my name is Laurence Fielding. I am a Professional metal detectorist and Know what it is like to lose something of great sentemental  value. I am here to help you. That’s why I joined THE RING FINDERS . The sooner you contact me the better the chance we have of finding your lost item.