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Jamie (#48182054)
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I was born,raised and live in NJ. Have always been interested in history, genealogy and cemeteries. My favorite cemetery is Highgate (East) in London.
I look forward to combining my love of cemeteries and photography and sharing them with the world.
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 • 2,248 Memorials Added
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Joseph R. Klett
RE: Freeman M. Horner
Hi Jamie:

Please accept my belated, but very sincere, thanks for the transfers and for your kinds words too.

I just finished the edits on the Horner memorials. Finally getting close to being caught up!

Best regards to you, and thanks again.

Joe Klett
Added by Joseph R. Klett on Feb 23, 2015 9:17 AM
Moe from WV
RE: Ethel Johnson
Hi Jamie - Thank you very much for the transfer of my Aunt and Grandmother (Ethel Swanson Johnson and Elfireda Bailey Swanson to my account!

Warmest wishes,
Maureen
Added by Moe from WV on Feb 06, 2015 12:26 PM
RMW
Hezekiah and Annie Irving Jones
Jamie,
Thanks for completeing the edits for Hezekiah and Annie Irving Jones.
Marlene
Added by RMW on Feb 01, 2015 9:21 PM
Betsy C Griscom
Charles Modzelewski grave in NJ
Dear Jamie:
I visited Charles Modzelewski's grave marker (?) in Arlington cemetery. I noticed that you had found the marker that bears his name in the Neshanic Cemetery. I can clear up the questions you have about that. I am Charlie's ex-wife, Betsy Griscom. The place where you found the marker happens to be my family's grave site, both my parents are buried there. When he died in 91 there was no funeral for him that I know of. Of course, we were divorced by then and his family wouldn't tell me anything about him or the disposition of his body. Anyway, my sister felt bad about this and had that marker made for him even though he's not there we wanted something to remember him by. My family and I loved Charlie and we had 15 years together, and I still miss him greatly. You certainly have my permission to relay this information to his brother, Bill. I tried to get in touch with him, but had no luck. my email is: griscombc@yahoo.com
Added by Betsy C Griscom on Jan 20, 2015 9:16 AM
NotYourTime
Recent Transfer
Thank you for the transfer. It is deeply appreciated.
Added by NotYourTime on Nov 28, 2014 4:02 PM
Sharon Leon
Bruen & Bonnell headstone
Thank you for adding your photo of their headstone to their memorials. It looks great!
Added by Sharon Leon on Nov 27, 2014 8:06 AM
Eric DiMiceli
Thanks
I want to say thank you for taking pictures of Celentano plots for me. By chance, did you see the names on the big Celentano plot? If so, what are the names there?

Thanks,

Eric
Added by Eric DiMiceli on Nov 18, 2014 4:31 AM
Lisa Solberg
RE: Henry Braun grave photo
Ok, that's what I did. thanks again!!
Added by Lisa Solberg on Sep 30, 2014 5:27 AM
Lisa Solberg
Henry Braun grave photo
Morning!

Back in May you took a photo for me of Henry Braun in Immaculate Conception Cemetery in Montclair.

I didn't know at the time that his wife was also buried there, but realized it when I saw your photo!

I created a Find a Grave Memorial for her and wanted to attach the picture you took.

I was able to attach the picture, but I was unable to give you credit for it. It says MY name under the photo. do you have any idea how I go about giving you credit for the photo?

Thanks again!
lisa solberg
Added by Lisa Solberg on Sep 29, 2014 7:18 AM
Sheila Sheldon
photos
Thank you very much. Your taking pictures, as most of us do, is much appreciated. Sometimes, I live close enough to the cemeteries, but finding the location without knowing where they are buried in some big cemeteries is a challenge. Guess I could have contacted the cemetery for an area. Thank you again.
Added by Sheila Sheldon on Sep 27, 2014 10:09 AM
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