|Walter Van Ness||Pics|
Wallace Edison Van Ness and his wife, photos to be used in my database on WalterVanNess.com
Added by Walter Van Ness on Aug 04, 2014 9:09 AM
|Walter Van Ness||gravestone pic|
my email is WalterVanNess@gmail.com
Added by Walter Van Ness on Jul 17, 2014 9:01 AM
|Walter Van Ness||Wallace Edison Van Ness|
May I use your pictures in my database?
Added by Walter Van Ness on Jul 13, 2014 9:02 AM
|W & L||Phoebe Headley|
The photo is difficult for me to read on its right part. Would you know what the word beyond Phoebe might be? Thank you.
Memorial Number 68733093
Added by W & L on Aug 29, 2013 7:34 AM
|Linda Lyons||Clara Lackner|
My late mother used to talk about "Aunt Clara" and here she is. In the picture she looks very much like her nieces at the same age.
Added by Linda Lyons on Jan 18, 2013 8:43 AM
|Linda Lyons||John Lackner|
Bob--I also notice that you posted a newspaper article about the death of John Lackner (1851-1915). Why were you interested enough in him to do this? You probably know that he was Joseph Kaske's son-in-law. He was also my great-grandfather. I'd be interested to hear from you about him.
You probably know that he was a silversmith per the US census from 1870 - 1910. Family tradition says at Tiffany's.
Linda at LyonsLW@aol.com
Added by Linda Lyons on Jan 18, 2013 8:40 AM
|Linda Lyons||Joseph Kaske--Weehawken|
Bob--I just found your posting re Joseph Kaske. I am wondering about the sources of the information about him which you included? Where did the Leipzig birth location come from? Following in the census for him and his wife, they list Germany/Prussia/Breslau which is in Prussia, then in Germany, now in Poland. Leipzig isn't in Prussia. Linda at LyonsLW@aol.com
Added by Linda Lyons on Jan 18, 2013 8:32 AM
|Norma Jones||Francis & Julia Torrey|
Thank you so much for getting me photos of my relatives graves. I do appricate it so much. There are 3 more Torreys buried in the same plot.
Austin, Arthur and Carrie. Did you happen to see their graves?
Thank you, Norma
Added by Norma Jones on Apr 07, 2012 7:40 PM
|Norma Jones||RE: Austin & Arthur Torrey Requests|
Thank you Bob. I did add the plot information. If you do go there, would you look for Julia, Francis and Carrie, buried in the same plots. Last name and relationship unknown. Maybe infant children, we are unaware of. Caretaker told me they were on the plots with Austin and son Arthur Torrey.
Added by Norma Jones on Feb 12, 2012 7:07 AM
|Norma Jones||Austin & Arthur Torrey Requests|
I was wondering if you are able to fullfill photo request at the Clinton Cemetery?
I did send a note to the address listed for the cemetery about the plot information and was given information that they are in Section 2, lot 92-93. There is also a Julia, Francis and Carrie, which are probably family members, but I dont know how they are related. Any help would be greatly appriciated. Norma Jones
Added by Norma Jones on Feb 11, 2012 3:33 AM
|Peggy||RE: Clinton Cemetery|
Thanks, Bob. I made a couple of phone calls, and I'm assured that it is the right cemetery. Guess I can go ahead and add the people whose dates I have.
Added by Peggy on Sep 06, 2011 6:02 PM
I see that you added the map for Clinton Cemetery in Irvington. I've been told that some of my relatives are buried in "Clinton Hill" Cemetery in Irvington, and have found one old reference to a "Clinton Hill" cemetery. Do you know if they are the same cemetery?
Thanks for any help.
Added by Peggy on Sep 06, 2011 10:41 AM
|Kathryn Hill||findagrave - Grove Church Cemetery|
Hi. I hope you won't mind my writing, especially since we're not acquainted.
I have ancestors buried in Grove Church cemetery and, though I know the lot numbers, I've been unable for twenty years now, to find out more concerning the family. I don't know if you live close to the cemetery, but I see you have submitted some volunteer photos.
Do you know anyone who does live close and who might be interested in taking headstone photos for me? Any help /suggestions you have would be much, much appreciated.
Sincerely - Kathy Hill
Added by Kathryn Hill on Aug 23, 2011 1:34 PM
|Tom Glowatski||RE: Mary Glock Gunset and parents|
The reason I'm interested in them is because I am related to Bernard Glock, who is Mary Glock Gunset's brother. Bernard lived in Queens, NYC and they also had a sister Catherine (who's last name I never found). Her parents, Nicholas and Catherine Glock, and all three children immigrated in 1852. Bernard Glock is my GGG Grandfather through my mother's side.
Added by Tom Glowatski on May 05, 2011 2:27 PM
|Tom Glowatski||Mary Glock Gunset and parents|
I see you added photos and the memorial for Mary Glock Gunset which also has links for her parents Nicholas Glock and Catherine Glock. I was wondering if you also had photographs of Nicholas and Catherine's headstones, because they were located in the same plot as Mary and her husband Jacob Gunset. The memorial is this link:
Look forward to hearing back from you.
Added by Tom Glowatski on May 04, 2011 11:23 AM
|Evelyn||RE: John Whallon|
The reason I asked about the Todd family is because Sarah Whallon, daughter of Revolutionary War veteran James Whallon, married William Todd.
I found research that they were buried in Lamington Pres Cem. Then I saw a John Whallon listed for the same cemetery. Sarah had a brother John Whallon and I wondered if this is the same John Whallon. That's why I wondered if they were buried near each other. The time frame fits. I am descended from Sarah's brother Thomas who moved to Ohio.
Added by Evelyn on Apr 03, 2011 12:31 PM
Thank you so much for taking a picture of John Whallon's headstone! Find A Grave Memorial# 59682662
I really appreciate it. I am searching for Whallon family ancestors and think he might be tied to the family. I am hoping to find church records that document the Whallon family members at the Lamington Presbyterian Church from the late 1700s and early 1800s. Headstones often give clues. Thanks so much!
Added by Evelyn on Apr 02, 2011 11:52 PM
Thank you so much for taking the picture of Richard Porter's headstone. He was my 6th great grandfather. Interesting that it is so different from his wife Anne's (memorial #11227842).
Added by Lori on Mar 22, 2011 5:05 PM
|David Bartlow||Altha Vanderbeek|
Bob, the quality of your photos in the Lamington B.G. are superior. Hope you live close enough to the cemetery to get a really clear(or clearer) image(or rubbing) of Altha/Althea (Barcalow) Vanderbeek, if possible. It might resolve issues and controversy regarding her YOD and given age. Dave Bartlow
Added by David Bartlow on Jan 25, 2011 12:33 AM
|Richard Krueger||Henry Krueger|
Henry Krueger was the elder brother of my Grandfather Gustav Krueger. Gustav came to the United States in 1905 and lived for a time with Henry in New Jersey. He later moved to Connecticut where he is burried. The brothers were from a German Luthern enclave in Lonke (Lakie) Poland. I would be interested in any additional family information you may have and would be happy to give you some info I have, if you like.
Added by Richard Krueger on Dec 31, 2010 7:49 AM
|Linda and William S.||Ronald Scheurle|
FindaGrave is having technical problems; my photos are all regulation size, but I'm getting a coded message where the memorial should be (after submitting the photo). It may just be temporary--lets hope so. I'll try, again, later. If not, just send me a private email and I'll send them to you to put in.
Added by Linda and William S. on Apr 16, 2010 11:24 AM
|Linda and William S.||RE: Ronald Scheurle|
One guy (RS Sr); one stone.
But his name is written on both sides of the same stone as his military information plaque is on one side, and his civilian info (just birth and death dates), along with his wife's (who's still alive) is on the other side.
Added by Linda and William S. on Apr 16, 2010 9:31 AM
|Linda and William S.||Ronald Scheurle Jr.|
I had some confusion with this stone; I thought a father was on one side and the son on the other. Not so: after loading the pictures and looking, again, I realized that his MILITARY plaque is on one side of the stone, and he and his wife's information are together, on the other side! Same person; one stone: His name is repeated twice, in order to be listed alongside his wife.
There is also a military insignia on a stake planted into the ground next to his name as a civilian, which I will "get" a better picture of, tomorrow (Friday).
I will post the "civilian" side of the stone on the same memorial as the military side; you can then remove the extra memorial. I apologize for the confusion.
Added by Linda and William S. on Apr 15, 2010 8:35 PM
|Linda and William S.||RE: Ronald Scheurle|
Good! I will post the pictures tomorrow (Friday).
I took a picture of the grave of his father, Ronald Scheurle Sr.(on the other side of the stone), as well; just in case you might want it. I don't know if you have a memorial for him, or not; but if you don't, and want to make one, request a photo of his grave, and I'll put it in there.
Added by Linda and William S. on Apr 15, 2010 7:46 PM
|NCGenSeeker||RE: Martin V. Bennett|
Yes, Bob, I would really enjoy seeing those photos and I will try to place them in the family.
Thanks! My email is email@example.com.
Added by NCGenSeeker on Apr 13, 2010 5:33 PM