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|Toetsie Dingemans||RE: Howard Williams|
Dear Mr Mc Call,
The information I have are these;
There are two men in one grave (I presume) in Cedar Lawn Cemetry, Passaic New Jersey. One Howard N Williams, born in 1880, died in 1945, and One John Hommes, Born in 1880 and died in 1959, according to the headstone. HOward was a 'boarder' in the Hommes' home, according to the 1940's census. John was married to Bonna Hommes, and they had a son, John Harold Hommes, who died in 1992.
I am greatly appreciative of your quick reply and I hope you could tell me more.
|Toetsie Dingemans||Howard Williams|
Dear Mr McCall,
For a genealogical study I've been doing I came across the gravesite of An ancestor of mine; John Hommes. He is buried, or so it seems, with Howard Williams. Since I'm from the Netherlands, I cannot come to see the gravesite and/or dig futher for any burial information. Could you perhaps tell me who to contact for further information about these two people and or their burial information?
If not I still want to thank you for your time and efforts.
Please use the edit button and resend the information.
Hi Glen. Thanks for the grave info on my 3 x GGF James Stephenson. Many people are in this gravesite. If you want to transfer to me, to get them all in shape, feel free to transfer to WRDSRUS, although truth be told I don't know when I would find the time...Here are the children's names for him and wife Ann who I recently found out was born Ann M Bishop.
Several folks are in the same cemetery but not all of them and several pages are owned by other people. I know the Federal Marshallls office did John C Stephenson, I would need to check others individually.
If you want a link to my ancestry tree, let me know. I have a record from Trinity that shows everyone in this plot. I have not done Find A Grave entries for all of them, but contact me through pvt email if you want to know more. Thank you for ALL you volunteers do! Joyce
CHILDREN of James W Stephenson and Ann M Bishop Stephenson
1832 – 1920
1833 – 1866
John C Stephenson
1836 – 1873
Isabella A Stephenson
1837 – 1909
James H Stephenson
1842 – 1899
Mary Ann Stephenson
1851 – 1892
Wellington Fitzwilliam Stephenson
Added by Wrdsrus on Jan 07, 2015 10:51 AM
|Deb Barker||Cross graves in Lodi, Bergen Co, NJ|
I cannot express how much I appreciate your efforts. It was so nice to finally see a photo of the grave of my 2nd Great Grandfather and 2nd Great Grandmother, James and Catherine Cross. (Find A Grave Memorial# 131152109) As an FYI, you may wish to add to the memorial that their daughter Mary (Cross)Swift is the third person listed on the headstone. Mary is my Great Grandmother.
Find A Grave Memorial# 134261921, in the same cemetery as James and Catherine Cross, is for their son Robert A Cross. Also buried in this plot is Robert's sister, Sarah E Cross. She is incorrectly identified as Robert's wife on the memorial, thus, if you have the spare time, it would be nice if you would correct this misinformation. Neither Robert or his sister Sarah (called "Sadie") ever married. There is a third person buried in the plot, Ellen Leba, and I have no idea who she is. Before her death, my grandmother provided me with a great deal of family genealogy info, and I have no record of Ellen.
Thank you, and once again, thank you.
|Nora K||Grave Entry|
Could you tell me where you found information that an Alfred Holmes was buried at St. Mary's Cemetery, in Montgomery, Orange County, New York (1861-1934). A complete walk of this cemetery was done this year and this name was not on any grave marker seen. If you have any info would you let me know. I could find no obituary for him either. Thank You.
Added by Nora K on Dec 24, 2014 10:28 AM
|Robin Van Der Linda||P. Schneider in St. Nicholas|
What a lucky find when I discovered the photo of my husband's great grandparents' grave. I guess we will be visiting Lodi soon. My in-laws will be thrilled to see the photo.Now we know the Polish spelling of Agnes' name. Thank you for your work.
|cynthia cinquino||Felice & Maria Cinquino|
Thank you very much.
|Marilyn Posthumus Clark||RE: John & Anna Hiltscher|
Thank you, Glen!
|Phyllis Marino||RE: Leonora Grisafe|
Thank you for your quick response. The transfer of Lenora will connect her to her parents, siblings, and family. All your Find A Grave work is much appreciated.
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