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|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. Then I began doing requests in other cemeteries too and really enjoyed fulfilling all types of requests. Now I like to concentrate on cemeteries like Holy Sepulchre in NJ that frown on people taking photos.
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Thank you very much for photographing Gerald's headstone, I appreciate it. Rosa
Thank you so much. You are truly good at this!
Added by cb715 on Sep 30, 2014 4:00 AM
|cb715||RE: James Daly|
Once again, thanks. If I get any more information, I will contact you.
Added by cb715 on Sep 29, 2014 1:12 PM
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|Dari Lusky||RE: Maria Radice at Holy Sepulchre|
The "J" could have been for her nickname, "Jenny".
I'd love to share documentation. Somewhere, there is contradicting information.
My Aunt Florence, now 95, often spoke of her Grt-grandmother and said that she lived into her 90s. Also, the 1900 census report gives her birth year as 1851, with
Donato 's as 1850.
I'm traveling today but will pull up all the census reports. Her name appears in the 1940 census, living at that same address, so this has me puzzled, too.
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If you share yours, I can send you an old news clipping with her photo from theNewark paper, regarding her voting in an election, backing the then candidate and representing over 150 of her family ( descendants) who were also voting for this candidate.
Also, I 'll go to the cemetery and get a photo of the gravestone, if there is one.
I'm in NJ. Are you? I am descended through my father , his mother, Margaret, her mother, Rose Radice. Jenny was my 2nd Grt-Grandmother, a direct line. How are we related?
Thanks for sharing. I'd like to clarify the differences in the records.
|Pat Stoeckle||Wolff marker|
Thank you very much for photographing the stone for 3 of my family members. I had little hope of ever really seeing this. Della was my great grandmother, Florence my great aunt and Eugene was my great uncle who died tragically at only 18 yrs. of age after being hit in the head at port Newark while he was working there. Thanks again for the time you took to help me. Pat
|cb715||RE: James Daly|
I don't know if he is buried with another family member. I truly appreciate your help!
Added by cb715 on Sep 29, 2014 4:22 AM
Thank you so much for fulfilling my request! I really appreciate it.
|Meier C A||RE: Garveys at Holy Sepulchre|
Yes, for Elizabeth and Thomas J Garvey in G-240 2/5 and William Hugh Garvey in G-240 in 4; John T. and Eliza Garvey in 38-2. I spoke with someone in the office at Holy Sepulchre and was told that they do not allow Find a Grave photographers. If this deters you, if you could at least tell me if these persons listed below have headstones/markers. Since Holy Sepulchre does not allow photos for Find a Grave, maybe you could just send me the photos.
Thank you for taking the time to find her grave and to send me a photograph. I am truly grateful.
Added by cb715 on Sep 28, 2014 4:56 PM
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