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marcoso (#47208260)
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Cindy Vaughan
RE: Samuel Middleton
Thanks for the correction. Apparently, the photo was misleading. I made the correction and added the actual date of death as well.

Added by Cindy Vaughan on Feb 11, 2014 3:22 PM

Betty Jean Wolverton-George
Mary and Charles Woolverton
Marcoso - Thank you for taking time to enlighten myself on the grave locations and headstones.

BJ & Families

Added by Betty Jean Wolverton-Geor... on Jun 17, 2013 4:36 PM

Betty Jean Wolverton-George
Charles Woolverton
Can you please post the headstone for Charles Woolverton for the request of Charles Wolverton.

They are one in the same the second "O" was dropped in the late 1800's. Thank you for your help with this request.

Thank you for your time and efforts.
Betty Jean &
George, Pendleton and Wolverton Families

ps you also reported, specifically:
If there is a marker for Charles Woolverton, it is memorial #63500665

Added by Betty Jean Wolverton-Geor... on Jun 17, 2013 7:45 AM

RE: Ann (Jaggard) Hurff
Thank you, finally got back to make the corrections.
Appreciate your attentiveness to the details!

Added by lisa on Apr 23, 2013 10:48 AM

edwin shaw
joseph hann
thanks for the find a grave entry for my grgrgf. I will probably never get back to nj, so this is the only way I will ever see it.

Added by edwin shaw on Mar 31, 2013 7:41 PM

Janice Dean LeMaster
RE: unknown
When I build memorials I just use what is on the tombstone. I don't even connect the two people sharing the stone unless it says mother and father or lists their marriage date, I instead list that they share a marker with the other.
I have had them turn out to be brother and sister, so I don't make assumptions on the status.

My best advice would be just put the name that is on the marker. If their maiden name is listed, fine, but if not, I'd not address it.
That responsibility falls on the researcher, in my opinion. thanks and I wish you continued success as a contributor. I find it is habit forming and a wonderful hobby that helps so many people. I know folks have been great to help me in my family tree.

Added by Janice Dean LeMaster on Dec 30, 2012 3:15 PM

Janice Dean LeMaster
Thank you so much for the memorials you have built. Could I ask you one favor.? If you could build the name without putting UNKNOWN as the maiden name...that would keep their memorial from appearing when those of us who truly want to find the unknowns and leave flowers would appear. Some of us are leaving flowers for veterans, unknowns, infants, those from long long ago. Thanks so much.

Added by Janice Dean LeMaster on Dec 29, 2012 9:16 PM

Dennis Lyn Fields
Thank you! These are the gravestones of my coworker's grandparents. She'll be amazed by your generosity and speed! Awesome job! Dennis Fields Jacksonville FL

Added by Dennis Lyn Fields on Dec 13, 2012 12:39 PM

Sister Sonya
Rhoda Tingley Burrows
Thanks for trying to fulfill my photo request. I live in NJ and saw that there were other pictures of gravestones in this 'cemetery' and figured it wouldn't be a problem. I will leave the request active and maybe someone who has a connection with the owner of the land can secure permission.

Thanks again!

Added by Sister Sonya on Dec 07, 2012 8:54 AM

Gayle Harmon
RE: Edward Harmon
I have added the headstone application paperwork i found to his memorial. As i do my Harmon Military research, I am finding a few there in Maine and with help from kind people like yourself, pictures ARE turning up. Again, i thank you. Happy Holidays!!

Gayle Harmon

Added by Gayle Harmon on Dec 05, 2012 5:39 AM

Gayle Harmon
Edward Harmon
I expected this to be a NO FIND since the cemetery itself wasnt even listed in Find A Grave. I sincerely appreciate you and your efforts for this photo. thank you so much
Gayle Harmon

Added by Gayle Harmon on Dec 04, 2012 5:44 AM

Mary Jo C. Martin
Elisha Rittenhouse
Thanks for the heads up about Alanson Rittenhouse's father in Slacktown Cemetery. I believe I had him linked to another listing, but it turned out they both were in the wrong cemetery.

Thanks again. I appreciate it.

Added by Mary Jo C. Martin on Nov 06, 2012 2:09 PM

s schultz
David Kimball picture request
Thank you so much for trying to get the picture for me. I appreciate it A LOT. I know just how much time it takes to search, the thrill when we find the loved one, and the sadness that we can't fufill the request. I truly appreciate all you did. Thank you. S

Added by s schultz on Nov 03, 2012 6:47 AM

Ms. Clyde
Charles Ferris
I changed his burial to 'unknown'. I don't know for sure that he's with his wife. Thanks for hunting!

Added by Ms. Clyde on Oct 29, 2012 9:44 AM

So Little Time
RE: Hannah M Rittenhouse
Wow! Thank you for all the time you put in helping the rest of us with family in this cemetery! I do appreciate it. Sometime within the last year I called this cemetery & have no idea who I spoke with but this woman did tell me she couldn't find my Anna Rittenhouse (b 1887), daughter of Lewis Kiple Rittenhouse, granddaughter of Fannie Rittenhouse. Lewis & Alvah were brothers. My better half is related to Anna. Anna seems to have disappeared sometime around 1910.

I did hear all about the records fire a long time ago & how others with family in the cemetery did make some type of directory of relatives they knew were buried there. I guess they were also using the markers they could read to add to the information. This woman mentioned many of the older markers are extremely hard to read or sometimes just missing.

Lewis Kiple Rittenhouse was married to a Sarah Roop (b 1843). She is another one I know little about. I had someone tell me she could have been part American Indian but have nothing to prove it.

I wonder if the local township or county would also keep records of all burials in the local cemeteries. No idea how NJ works.

Are these graves in this older section you mentioned? Just wondering. I've never been to this part of the state. Thanks again!

Added by So Little Time on Sep 15, 2012 6:09 PM

So Little Time
RE: Hannah M Rittenhouse
Sounds like you've been there to this cemetery. Are you related?

Added by So Little Time on Sep 13, 2012 3:52 PM

So Little Time
RE: Hannah M Rittenhouse
Thank you for your reply. I corrected the date of marriage & the spelling of his first name. I also searched through the Phila Inquirer newspaper & found a death notice which I added to the memorial. This death notice states he was taken to Rosemont. I printed it as it is printed in the newspaper with the error in reference to Alvah being a female.

I understand some of the old records in this cemetery were destroyed in a fire years ago. Maybe that accounts for the missing information???

Added by So Little Time on Sep 11, 2012 9:07 PM

C3 Wisconsin
Morrison burial ground - Thank you!
I can't tell you how much it means to me that you took the time to take photos of the Morrison family's burial ground. Since I never knew anything about my grandfather I had no idea until 3 years ago that the Morrison's of Springvale, ME were family. Much gratitude. Chris

Added by C3 Wisconsin on Sep 07, 2012 10:35 AM

Jill Livermore
Vincent Tanner's memorial
Thank you for the photograph of Mr. Tanner's head stone. Sadly, I never knew him but wished I had. He was my grandmothers cousin by her aunt Marie Devaney Tanner.

Added by Jill Livermore on Jul 22, 2012 9:07 PM

Yvonne Gowen
RE: Ida (Rice) Brackett
Hi Jonathan

I appreciate the time that you took to help with obtaining the photos of the Brackett family in Lovell Lake Cemetery.
The photos are superb, and a special thank-you for adding the additional members.
Thank-you, so very much !!!
Yvonne Gowen

Added by Yvonne Gowen on Jun 21, 2012 2:28 PM

So Little Time
Hannah M Rittenhouse
I recently sent you an edit change for this memorial aftet I added the death certificate. Please take another look at this death certificate & see if you don't agree with me that Hannah's parents are not correct.

Are you sure she was the second wife of Alvah?

Thank you.

Added by So Little Time on Mar 10, 2012 7:25 PM

David R. Cheesman, Sen.
Thank you
Correction made on date of Hedger Cheesman's stone. Thank you for adding a good sharp focused photo of Hedger Cheesman's burialstone to the memorial.

Added by David R. Cheesman, Sen. on Jul 11, 2011 2:21 PM

RE: George and Mary Evans
Thanks for the info, her name has been corrected. Happy New Year!!

Added by DakotaRoseZ on Jan 04, 2011 8:33 AM

RE: Amos and Uriah Bonham
All done, Jonathan.

Added by Mike on Oct 29, 2010 2:26 PM

RE: Grace Roberson
Thanks! Corrected!

Added by Mimi on May 27, 2010 11:24 PM


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