|Bill McCrea (#47366115)|
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I have been the superintendent of the Cherryville Mountainview Cemetery in Hunterdon County, New Jersey since 1991. My Father was the superintendent from 1980 to 1991. I worked for him as a caretaker during that time. Our cemetery was opened in 1850. As of Dec. 12, 2010 the entire cemetery is listed here. If you are a family member or have more info for anyone buried here I'd be glad to add it or transfer the memorial to you if you are a descendant.|
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|Jessi-Schnittchen||Grace C. McCrea Whalen|
thank you for your nice message. I just made the additions to this memorial.
Enjoy your weekend
No, I am not. I am helping the Prospect Cemetery Association in updating and correcting their documents. I have photographed every visible stone in Prospect Cemetery. This cemetery is special to me because it is where my parents and my great parents and many more of my family are buried. I have transferred Carl and Bessie to you. If you want or need any more let me know. I am glad to be of service. I am retired, this is my hobby.
Added by DBT on Jan 07, 2014 9:11 PM
|jeff cox||RE: Cherryville Cemetery|
Thanks. I am involved with a cemetery restoration at Swackhammer cemetery in Hunterdon County. I am related to the Osmun family and I am trying to get it sorted. Elizabeth's mother, Mary Hoppock (nee Osmun) was a sister to my 2nd great-grandfather, Peter Osmun who is buried at Swackhammer.
I pulled Elizabeth Cramer's death certificate this morning from the archives in Trenton. I can make a scan if you want it for your records.
Added by jeff cox on Dec 26, 2013 12:53 PM
|Mimi||RE: Jennie Ulmer|
Yes, you may use the photo. I am not connected, but rather a cousin.
Added by Mimi on Dec 13, 2013 1:41 PM
|Joseph R. Klett||RE: Cherryville Cemetery|
PS: Thanks for the offer of the Warford memorials, but please hold onto these. My connection is through the Van Cleves, so the Warfords are in-laws of cousins and someone else should have them. Thanks again Bill. -Joe
|Joseph R. Klett||Van Cleve and Edwards|
Thanks so much Bill, for the transfers and for your volunteer work. All the best to you. -Joe
|Lizann||Porters Old Sommerville|
Bill, I transferred the Porters to you. If you go to the cemetery, anything that I entered is on the right side of the cemetery (looking at the cemetery from the center opening ). Anything that Ellen Johnson entered is on the left side of the cemetery. The cemetery is not very big so you should not have any trouble locating the headstones
Added by Lizann on Aug 13, 2013 6:31 AM
|Ellen Johnson||Andrew & Frances McCrea|
Bill, You have always been good to me, so i have transferred your kin to you, even though you didn't ask! Thanks for being one of the good guys! Ellen
|Thomas J. Bernhard||RE: Cherryville Cemetery|
Bill - I also think that the grave marker shows her maiden name. Her obit has her name as Mrs Elizabeth S. Smith. There is no mention of Higgins. She was survived by 2 sons; Burton & Roger Smith, but no brothers.
|Ellen Johnson||RE: Cherryville updates|
Bill, Thank you ONCE AGAIN for your prompt attention to my correction requests! I always breathe a sigh of relief when I see that I have a correction to one of YOUR records! I still haven't found Emma & Percy's son LeRoy (who if alive would be about 100), nor have I found Emma & Edwards's two sons, Robert and Donald Hill, who are younger. The hunt continues!!! Thanks again (also for the H-F archive hint ... I have that site bookmarked)! Ellen
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