|Celina (Jack) Pearson (#46540801)|
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In my spare time, I take digital photo's of old cemetery tombstones in the old sections of graveyards. I am originally from New Jersey and transplanted to central Florida. I am no longer available to go back to any South Jersey cemetery. |
If a grave I've submitted does not have a picture, please e-mail me and I can send you the photo if available.
If you are a family member of a memorial/grave I've submitted and would like to take ownership of the memorial, I will be more than happy to transfer ownership.
If you would like to include a bio or obituary for someone I've submitted to find-a-grave, please e-mail that to me along with the cemetery the person is located in, name, dates and I will be more than happy to include that also.
Memorials I have marked with a flower are that of my family and ancestrial line.
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|Peggy ||Ray & Edythe Goetz|
Thank you so much for my Uncle and Aunt's transfers. I have put up their pictures and connected Uncle Ray with his parents,and all 11 of his siblings.
I do so much appreciate it!
Peggy Goetz Price
Added by Peggy on Feb 18, 2015 6:46 AM
|SC Forsyth||John & Abigail Chambers|
Thank you for your work and for the transfer of John Chambers' listing. I appreciate your note about the photography of the stone that may be Abigail's marker.
|K Perry||Townsend Cemetery|
Hi- I am interested in the info on where John Townsend came to settle in 1685 in Cape May NJ, and then all the Townsend graves were moved when they wanted to make Shore Road. I see all the graves were moved to Seaville Methodist cemetery in Cape May NJ.
Do they have the names available of the people that they moved? Where would they keep that info ?
My ancestor John Townsend born 1658 and his wife Phebe Williams, dau of Robert Williams, moved to Cape May NJ. John Townsend born 1658 was the son of Richard Townsend and Elizabeth Wicks or Weekes (Elizabeth was from Warwick, Rhode Island)
Richard Townsend was the youngest of 3 brothers
who first moved to Jamaica Queens Ny and then moved to Oyster Bay to get away from the Dutch rule.
The 3 Townsend brothers (John, Henry and Richard) lived in Oyster Bay, Nassau County, NY
The Townsend book is online:
A Memorial to John, Henry and Richard Townsend and their descendants, W A Townsend Publisher, 1865 -Richard Townsend is Chapter XV and his son John Townsend in Chapter XVI
Do you know if they have a list of who was buried and a list of who was moved to this cemetery and when
Added by K Perry on Oct 29, 2012 1:59 PM
|Patricia Osborne Joppien||mabel bock kiel|
thank you for upgrading this memorial site and thank you for all you do!
|Steve Moore||Cemetery Location|
I can't seem to find the West Creek Baptist Church and Cememtery, Maurice River, Cumberland County, NJ on any map. Where is it located?
|helping others||Wolpmann photo|
I saw you thanked Barbara for the Elise Wolpmann photo? Are you related to Wolpmann? I am researching the line
|oldboyscout||RE: Martin - Cedar Bluff Cemetery|
You're welcome. Use the photos as you like. Jim
are you a family member , or you just list people on her ? my great great grandfather was a craner , firstname.lastname@example.org
|Robbie Sworde||RE: Thank you!|
You're welcome - it was my first opportunity and I went with my granddaughter. She hasn't had much exposure to death so it was a great opportunity for sharing. We originally went on Sunday and walked quite a bit, finding only 2 out of the 5 requests without help from the office. I'm glad we went back on Monday because the lawns were freshly mowed and it looked much better.
|C. L. Hines||thanks|
Thanks for the kind words. I enjoy doing what I can to help.
Have a Merry Christmas.
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