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I am a lawyer who does some probate and estate law so I was interested to find this site through a close friend who is also a photo volunteer. |
The Revolutionary War era burying grounds of First Presbyterian and Westfield Presbyterian hooked me with their historical aspects. Lately I have been concentrating on Holy Sepulchre in NJ which frowns on people taking photos.
Requesters should call the cemetery and get the exact location of the grave to be photographed. Please help me and I will help you.
Please respect the copyrights of volunteer photographers and don't post their photos to any other memorials on Find A Grave. Just make the usual requests and they'll be fulfilled quickly. Thank you for your consideration.
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|Joanne Hernandez||RE: Nolan|
Awesome, Thank you !
Thank you for the picture!
Added by jtysk01 on Jun 01, 2015 11:27 AM
|Sylvia A Harris Betts||Elizabeth Damm|
Thanks for the pictures, as it turns out this is not the Elizabeth "Elsa" Damm we are looking for. If I can ever be of service to you in Birmingham Alabama. Please let me know.
|Garrett FitzGerald||RE: Charles Higgins grave photograph|
|John Smolarek||Adam Abel|
Thanks for the photos of the Adam Abel grave. Wow, that was quick, as it seems that I put in the request just last week.
Hello again :0 So, the photo request that you filled for me was for Eugene James Nolan, his Memorial # is 100151175.the photos look really good :) I just called Holy Sepulchre and there are a few more members of this family buried there. I am going to see if John Smolerak has created memorials for them as well. I hope you don't mind but once I find those memorials I will message you again to request the photos you took to be placed on their memorials too :)
Thank you again
Joanne O'Donohue Hernandez
|Garrett FitzGerald||Charles Higgins grave photograph|
Thanks so much for you great work Roibeárd. Sláinte Mór. Garrett
|Jack Cipriano||Culligan Grave Photo|
Thank you for your help.....being a volunteer is a special trait - thanx again, Jack
Thank you, I did not see the message that you attached to the picture until this morning . :) Have a great week.
|Joanne Hernandez||RE: Nolan Headstone|
Thank you :) So, James G. Nolan from 1886 (birth) is my Great Grand Uncle. I have not found out where he is buried or his death date yet. Do you know if he is also buried there. Eugene James Nolan is his son ...And, I mistakenly wrote to you before that Eugene James Nolan was Barbara's husband, he is her and James G. Nolan son :). Do you have anymore info on who is buried there in that grave besides Barbara Fink Nolan and Eugene Nolan?
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