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I will be happy to transfer a memorial page to your care, if they are not in my family. YOU CAN ALSO COPY OR DOWNLOAD ANY PICTURE I HAVE TAKEN. I DON"T CLAIM RIGHTS OR OWNERSHIP on peoples ancestry or individual usage.|
I have recently posted second pictures on many profiles as the primary posting has a bird soiled stone. Please Do NOT post such. This isn't respectful or a way family might want their ancestry remembered or a Military Remembrance. Picasa has a free download that has a retouch feature.
I have been working on the Beverly National Cemetery for over a year.
Section R is photographed and posted.
Section L is photographed and posted.
Section N is photographed and posted.
Section P is photographed and posted
Section X is 40 % photographed.
Section M is photographed #1-1640 (excluding
the flat stones by the fence)and
Beverly National Cemetery
Cedar Hill, Florence, NJ
Odd Fellows-Burlington NJ
Sunset Memorial- Pennsauk...
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|Fluttrbye||Beverly National Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the following grave marker photos at Beverly National Cemetery:
George A Strine, JR #2531227
Elsie H Strine #2531225
Jan P Strine #142468020
These grave marker photos are all greatly appreciated!
Thank you very much for the for the photo of his gravestone marker.
Added by Tony on Feb 07, 2015 1:45 PM
|Jim McMahon||Douglas Soroka|
Thank you so much for taking a photograph of Douglas Soroka's grave. The picture that you took is beautiful. I am very grateful to you. God bless.
|Klaudette Hillier||Thank You!|
Thank you so much for the quick response and beautiful photo of Elizabeth Littrell's headstone!
|rennie ancestry||RE: re Rennie|
Gosh, that's wonderful Keeping fingers crossed that you find something. My grandmother was Elsie Margaret Rennie, but it might have been her brother who dealt with things, Frank Cook.
|rennie ancestry||RE: re Rennie|
Do you know how I can contact the cemetery to get further information, or perhaps where else? I do not have a death certificate for my grandfather but know that he died before 11 March 1929 when my grandmother travelled to England as a widow. Thanks for getting back to me so promptly.
|rennie ancestry||John D C Rennie 1885 - 1929|
You apparently added a photo of the headstone for John D C Rennie at Arlington Cemetery. I wonder if this could actually be John D G Rennie. I live in England and have been searching for my grandfather's grave online and came across this one. Is there anyway to contact the cemetery to see if they have any information regarding his burial so that I can confirm or otherwise. Thanks.
|EdrieAnne||RE: Re: Oscar S. Wilkinson|
Thank you for the information.
|Ryan Sandy||RE: Re: Albert Sweeney|
Hello! Thank you! I have Albert Joseph Sweeney's death certificate which states that he was Buried on December 13 1951 in the US National Cemetery in Beverly NJ.
|Kati McSweeney||Collins' @ Beverly National Cemetery|
Thank you so much for posting the tombstone photos of Alfred and Hilda Collins for my family and me!
Helping those who live so far away from their deceased ancestors and relatives is not only a selfless act of kindness on your part, it is also a cherished and priceless gift that you give to us.
May God bless you and yours in all your endeavors!
With heartfelt gratitude,
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