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Roibeard (#47503199)
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Bio Photo 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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RE: Nicholas Zydycryn at Evergreen Cemetery
Sorry, I didn't notice your message to me until now.

You asked: "I came across a Nicholas Sydycryn (1888-1956) at Evergreen Cemetery. Is he related to Michael? There were no other Zydycryns nearby."

The answer is that I'm not sure. I was hoping this Michael or any Zydycryn would be near a Nalisnik marker. A Frank Nalisnik was married to a Zydycryn (sister of Michael) and I'm hoping to find them. As you might have experienced the Evergreen staff is not the most accommodating. But I know they are overburdened with a small staff. I have not prioritized contacting them to ask for the exact marker locations. I should do that soon. BTW I believe I noticed in your profile that you have been concentrating on Westfield area cemeteries? The Nalisniks I knew best are in the Fairview Cemetery there.
Added by Murtz on Aug 02, 2015 12:08 PM
RE: Requests at Evergreen Cemetery
Ok thank you I will try monday
Added by SANnurse on Aug 01, 2015 8:25 PM
Peppermint Patty
RE: Reqts at Evergreen Cemetery
Hi. Following up on my request for the grave of Frederick Gumm. I called Evergreen Cemetery and the grave is located in the section Park View 1 at plot 104. She said he is buried in the Park View 1 section. Thank you so much for your help. Looking forward to the picture.

Added by Peppermint Patty on Jul 29, 2015 11:02 AM
Rich Dohm
Clinton Cemetery ~ Stecher
Thanks for the great Stecher volunteer photo, I'm grateful, I've been waiting years for that one! And of course the posted photo is fine, but I'm just asking... do you have a larger format picture I can get from you? Rich.
Added by Rich Dohm on Jul 25, 2015 2:01 PM
Farrar and related families
The Farrar family thanks you.
Added by Farrar and related famili... on Jul 22, 2015 6:24 PM
Anne Malmquist
RE: George A Demarest at Evergren Cemery
Thanks for that advice. I am busy for the next week but will try to .contact the cemetery after that. Thanks again for your help.
Added by Anne Malmquist on Jul 21, 2015 12:37 PM
Peppermint Patty
RE: Reqts at Evergreen Cemetery
Tried to call last week but there was no answer. Will try again later this week and will get back to you. Thanks for your help!
Added by Peppermint Patty on Jul 21, 2015 9:30 AM
Anne Malmquist
RE: George A Demarest at Evergren Cemery
I don't think that George is a member of the family, except perhaps distantly. George Wesley Demarest was a child who was the son of Chester and Annie Demarest. Chester was from Connecticut so his family are buried there and not in the Elizabeth area. George Wesley also had a twin brother named Walton Egbert. They both died as infants and are buried in the same grave. If you could find any trace of their grave I would really appreciate it. Thanks for all your help.

Added by Anne Malmquist on Jul 21, 2015 12:54 AM
EmmaT McMannin
Many many thanks for taking the time to photograph the last resting place of Eamma T McMannin, I live in Dublin Ireland, so have been on a quest to find out what happened to my relations who left Ireland and there lives. Your photograph Adds another piece of history. I deeply appreciate your time and effort. If you ever needs pictures of any grave stone in Dublin please let me know. Michael
Added by Michael on Jul 21, 2015 12:52 AM
Future's Past
John & Ida Castiaux
Hi, Thank you so much for taking the pictures of the graves of John and Ida Castiaux. This was a pleasant surprise to see the photos on their memorials. Thanks again, Dave.
Added by Future's Past on Jul 19, 2015 5:07 AM
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