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|Grew up in Yardville, NJ. Lived in Hamilton Township, NJ, currently living in Roebling, NJ. |
Always willing to help someone with local requests.
I'm currently working on the Mansfield Cemetery in Burlington County, NJ. If you have any questions about anyone buried there, let me know. There are 4 distinct sections to this cemetery; one being on private property next to the Meeting House, that used to be the school. That is now private property, with loose guard dogs about.
UPDATE: The Mansfield Cemetery is done, with the execption of a few hard to read stones.
I am currently working on the Othodox Romanian Cemetery in Roebling, Holy Assumption in Roebling, and St. Marys/Bordentown Cemetery.
UPDATE: The Orthodox Romanian Cemetery is complete, as far as me entering readable stones. As always, there may be other people buried there, that do not have a readable stone.
The Hays/Rainier Burial Ground: this is a private cemetery. To be allowed access, you have to appear before the board and state your case. That is why I do not have any photos for my entries. My entries all came from a book in the Burlington County, Nj library compiled by Gary Bykowsky with his permission.
If any of the memorials I've added have helped you in your genealogy searches, email me or post a message. I frequently have more info.
If I included an obit on someone, it is because I believe that it pertains to that person. I get my info from the various newspapers that are online from the Burlington County Library (NJ), under their Genealogy section.
I am interested in the O'Sullivans (Sullivan) and Devines from Bordentown... Beesburg (Busberg) from Ewing Township, NJ that immigrated from Germany...Varchetto's (Varchetta) that lived in Trenton, NJ and Brazil....Habersaat from Missouri, and Mary Sweeney born in 1839 in Ireland and died in Trenton, NJ in 1925...she married Matthew or Mathius Beesburg.
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|Anonymous||Visited my Fiance's virtual grave.|
Hi, I know you don't know me, but I wanted to thank you for leaving flowers on Wayne Deshlers grave site. That was very thoughtful. God bless you! Kathy, F.
|Kacey Cuthbert||Patrick Mannion|
I was wondering if you could correct the buriel information for my 2nd great grandparents. Patrick and Bridget Mannion are listed as being buried at Bordentown Cemetery, but according to St. Mary's Church, they are buried in their cemetery right next door. They are buried with daughter Elizabeth Bergen and Edward Mannion. Section E grave 921.
Thanks so much!
|Gary Crease||Thank you|
Thank you so much for your photograph of the gravestone of Louis E Bailey. The story of how he emigrated from England and died in the USA in 1902 has been passed down through our family. Apparently his widow came to England and gave the news to the family that he died following a kick from a horse. With seeing an actual gravestone what always felt like a family legend has has now become very real. His mother is my GGgrandmother. Thank you. Gary Crease, Portsmouth, England.
|John L. Nelson||RE: Abigail Errickson Billingham|
Hi Jackie, Abigail Errickson Billingham buried in Bordentown Cemetery. You have her maiden name spelled as Erickson per a article you have in the Bordentown Register. Her name is really spelled Errickson, Her marriage certificate has it spelled that way and the Census records also. Her parents were William H. Errickson & Rebecca Ettenger. Would you mind correct her maid name? Thanks John L. Nelson
|Terry T||THANKS!|Added by Terry T on Nov 03, 2013 1:50 AM
|Terry T||Elizabeth Hronchak|
Please consider the transfer of Elizabeth Hronchak memorial #39184320 to my account #47154391.
I have family links and biographical information for her memorial site.
Added by Terry T on Nov 01, 2013 5:28 PM
Thanks for all the transfers.
My mom and I are going to Burlington County, NJ in a couple weeks to do more research and cemetery hoping while I am out there.
I hit a link to view your use of foil on gravemarkers - WOW!!! CANNOT wait to revisit some cemeteries! The site that sent me to you is usgenweb on facebook!!!
Thanks for adding your photo of the Varley markers.
Ken and Vicki
Thank you for the transfer. I appreciate it. Have a great day.
Added by Terry on Mar 09, 2013 8:49 AM
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