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I'm 74 years old (in 2011), retired, and genealogical research is one of my hobbies (in addition to banjo and guitar), and live on Long Beach Island in Ocean Co., New Jersey.|
I enjoy tramping through old graveyards when I have the opportunity to do so, and occasionally take photographs of headstones to support my family history data.
In July 2009 I began photographing and recording some of the headstones located in an old (mostly unknown) Presbyterian cemetery in Waretown, Ocean Co., NJ; and doing some research to try to support the biographies and relationships of those who were buried there, as I add the data to "Find-A-Grave".
In August 2009, I started working on Cedar Grove Cemetery in Waretown, NJ. and also Greenwood Cemetery in Manahawkin (Cedar Run), and Barnegat Memorial Cemetery.
Headstone photos, biographical narratives and relationship links are missing on many of my Memorials, and I am gradually working on getting these completed.
I will be glad to make corrections or add pertinent information to any of the Grave Memorials under my management.
If any of my memorials are for your close friends or relatives, (AND NOT ALSO MINE), please contact me and I will be pleased to transfer those memorials to you for your management.
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|Paul Stanwood Griggs Myers||Passing of Stanwood C. Myers|
Stanwood C. Myers passed away peacefully on Friday, August 16th around the 2:00 am hour.
Please visit the above site for information on Stanwood C. Myers.
Please keep him and his family in your prayers.
|Jim McMahon||Carol D'Atrio|
Carol D'Atrio (1948-2010) was once my neighbor. Her Find-A-Grave memorial number is 60178018.
Can you please transfer ownership of this memorial to me?
|Julia Cruz||RE: Muriel H. Melvin Foster|
Thanks so much! That was fast!
|Julia Cruz||Muriel H. Melvin Foster|
Created by: Stanwood
Record added: Nov 13, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61551119
Thank you for the beautiful memorial of created for my mother. I was hoping you could transfer it to me.J. (Foster) Cruz (#48038195)
|Richard C Burd||RE: John & Helen Kolaski - Harbourton Cemetery|
You're welcome. There is also a Mary & Thomas Gaun in the same plot as John & Helen Kolaski. Do you know who they are? I created memorials for them as well. John & Helen Kolaski and Thomas & Mary Gaun have the same easter decoration on their grave.
|Bill Haseltine||RE: Hazelton's - Greenwood Cemetery,Cedar Run, NJ|
Within the Find A Grave guidelines, No they are not.
Find A Grave # #47181122
|Vicki Hunter||Albinus Fortesque Falkinburg|
On his memorial there is listed an Elizabeth Parker, b. 6 Nov 1815 d. before 1845. She would have been dead before he was even born. Elizabeth is actually the first wife of his father, Timothy Willetts Falkinburg, b.4 Nov 1813 d.6 Jul 1878. Timothy married Elizabeth in 1838 and then, around 1845 married Rebecca A Cranmer, who is the mother of Albinus. I've found alot of my info on the various websites dedicated to the Cranmer family.
|Larry E||RE: Correction re Heller|
Thanks for the response
Added by Larry E on Jan 17, 2013 10:01 AM
|Larry E||Leo Helle and wife Joan|
Leo was my Drill Instructor in 1965 at Lackland AFB. I was surprised to find this memorial and picture. Since he was only 50 when he died and his wife also died in 1989, I assume there was an accident. Do you have any information?
Regards Larry Eder SMSgt (ret)
also a genalogy buff.
Added by Larry E on Jan 16, 2013 4:42 PM
|John Glassford||RE: Stanwood Family - Ipswich|
I know the Stanwood name quite well at Ipswich. It took me more than six months (and Jan/Feb 2012) the entire second half of last year to complete all of gravestone photos and upload onto the website at the old north burying ground which on FindAGrave was merged with Highland and some other cemeteries because the town of Ipswich merged them recently to make things more confusing I guess for all but easier on themselves ;)
The part of the cemetery I did was originally called Old North Burying Ground. If you stand at the gate, I did all of stones as far as the eye can see and way back into the woods which was a real adventure, kind of dangerous because of the crumbling walls I had to balance on to reach some of the obelisks and the thorns bushes everywhere to catch me if I fell, and then climb back up and go back. Was glad to be done with it at the end.
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