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Michael Brynildsen (#47829249)
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Christian Brynildsen
Hi Michael,
I took the picture of Christian's headstone and of the Soldiers Circle where he is buried, but I couldn't add the Soldiers Circle because your only allowed 5 pictures per memorial according to Find A Grave.
If you buy more space or reduced your pictures and want the Circle picture added just let me know anytime.

Added by joiseygirl on Apr 01, 2014 2:49 PM

Marge Hamlin
RE: Earle Family Cemetery
Hi Michael,
As far as you question about the Earle Graveyard.
If you get the book from the library that is called ... The Earles of Secaucus. It has a lot of information in it. It also tells you what happened to the cemetery. As far as I read that it was passed down to the ancestors and one of the last Earle that had the land sold it to I believe (its been so long since I read it) the Post family. In the book it states that they never moved the remains they just plowed over them. The book is VERY interesting try to read it if you have time. Hope this helps you


Added by Marge Hamlin on Sep 19, 2013 10:13 PM

RE: Jotham P. Miller
You're welcome for the photos. I won't be able to get you GPS info on the actual graves since I use a dumb phone without those features. Sorry about that.

Added by Roibeard on Aug 01, 2013 8:46 AM

Rich H.
RE: First Street Cemetery
Will do.

Added by Rich H. on Jul 16, 2013 12:15 PM

Rich H.
RE: First Street Cemetery

Unfortunately I moved to PA a few years ago. You can click on the blue button that says request a photo and a volunteer will go out. If I'm in the area visiting, I will stop by and take the picture, but I'm not sure when that will be.

Added by Rich H. on Jul 16, 2013 11:36 AM

Rich H.
RE: First Street Cemetery

I'm not sure how you get that from Google maps, but here is a link to the cemetery. If the link doesn't open, search for Hopper-Zabriskie monument in Ho-Ho-kus in Google maps.,-74.109774&sspn=0.008081,0.013711&vpsrc=6&t=h&ie=UTF8&hq=Ho-Ho-Kus+Inn+%26+Tavern,&hnear=E+Franklin+Turnpike,+Ho-Ho-Kus,+Bergen,+New+Jersey+07423&ll=40.996887,-74.112508&spn=0.000505,0.000857&z=20&iwloc=A&cid=9860676076333557381

Added by Rich H. on Jul 16, 2013 7:38 AM

Eugene Lisansky
RE: Problem at Memorial Park Cemetery
OK, I have claimed the Jean Obarski request, and will search the Garden Mausoleum (takes up to 90 mins to search any unit at this cemetery) for her marker. On the other plot #s, you could try calling Memorial Park at 727-527-1196, but they have been unco÷perative at times.

Added by Eugene Lisansky on Sep 05, 2012 7:37 AM

RE: Sophia and Brynjulf Hoganson
I should have sent these with the photos I sent.
The caretaker gave me these plot numbers for the graves:
Halvor Evenson: you have this photo--Section A-89
Brynjulf Hoganson: Section A-297-7
Sophia Hoganson: Section A: 297-4

I am sorry I could not look through the stack of broken headstones that the caretaker kept. They were very heavy and some were unreadable. I could not move the stack.

I hope this helps.

Added by bahunt on Sep 04, 2012 4:27 PM

RE: Phebe Gardner Earl
You're very welcome. As you can see there are several of the Earl family at that cemetery. If you need any others, just make the requests and I'll take care of them. Be well.

Added by Roibeard on Jul 18, 2012 11:43 AM


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