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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 St. John's Episcopal Churches in Elizabeth hooked me with their historical aspects. Then the Rosedale and Rosehill Cemetery, where my parents, maternal grandparents and paternal grandfather are buried became important for me to handle requests in. From there, my interest has expanded into other local cemeteries like Mt. Olivet, Evergreen and even Holy Sepulchre in East Orange.
The kind thank-yous I receive from people I fill requests for keep me devoted to taking photos for as many as people as I can.
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|Timothy Hemi||RE: Joseph and Andrew Hemhauser|
I got it. Saw that. Thank you again. I was just going over the photos. Fascinating !
THANK YOU SO MUCH!! The pics are GREAT! I really am sorry I am so long in responding, this time of year,(holidays) I am SO BUSY with the ids who drink and drive and get into accidents! I have been working long long hours and haven't gotten onto the puter til now......you are WONDERFUL to go so far out of the way for me!! Do I need to add any names for you to get credit? I will, just let me know!
HUGS HUGS HUGS
Added by gennie on Dec 09, 2013 11:50 AM
|Timothy Hemi||RE: Walter Hemhauser|
Yes. He was a great uncle I think. I was researching him last month, He was in army air corp. in WW 2.
Here is a link to what I found.
Thanks again , ! Hope you have a wonderful thanksgiving and merry Christmas if that apples.
Your friend Tim Hemhauser
|william schmidt||RE: William J Schmidt|
Thank you very much, yes Kathy Thau, the customer service person said the ground was dug up and was seeded. I'll go over and take a look.
Thank you for doing it, and have a nice Holiday season,
|Forrest Pettengill||RE: otho william barger|
Thank you for going back. I appreciate it. I haven't research much of Lucille Brown's family but they may be connected. Hope you had a great thanksgiving holiday. Bless you for taking the time to go back.
|Wilson||RE: Thank You! Kujats|
Yes it is the same person. My mother said Zophie is the polish spelling of Sophie :)
Added by Wilson on Dec 02, 2013 9:31 PM
|Mrs Donna Schauss||RE: Louise Schott|
On my ancestry tree - from that generation I only have Louis W & sister Elizabeth. Their parents were Charles b 1861 & Anna b 1863 both b Germany & Immig to U.S. where Louis & Eliz. were born. Charles' g'parents were Louise b 1837 & Philiopine (Phillip) b 1838 both b Germany & appar d in Germany. This is all i have. The connection to me is that Louis was married to Gertrude "Emma" Freeman (the pics of stone you took) who was sister to my maternal g'pa in my adoptive family. So only have Louis & his parents & g'parents. There may be more relations but i don't know where they fit in the ancestry tree. Feel free to take pics and post and maybe some day I'll find a connection. Thanks, dg
|James Clarke||Kastners and Woodland Cemetery|
I do not believe Augusta and Franz are related to me. They are husband and wife though.
I know for sure Anna and August are there. Anna has a tombstone, but August does not.
I threw together a small family tree for Franz and Augusta and did find out some info. They had 5 kids and only one didnt make it into adulthood. From what I can find only two Great Grandchildren are around. One lives in PA now.
|Toni||RE: Yet another Leonardis at Holy Sep|
No, not one of mine. Thank you though.
Added by Toni on Dec 02, 2013 9:17 AM
|Wilson||Thank You! Kujats|
Thank you so much for taking the photos of the Kujat stone for Jean, Edward, Mary, Sophie, Anna and Fred! I really appreciate you taking the time to do this! Thank you! -Wilson
Added by Wilson on Dec 02, 2013 8:05 AM
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