Thank you for the transfer. It's deeply appreciated.
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||TNX|
Please add me as your friend.
On Find A Garve al;so too now.
Thank you for the transfer. What an un expected surprise!
|Rich H.||Maryellen Santoro Meehan|
Added by Rich H. on Apr 27, 2014 6:04 PM
|Carl Robert Coe||RE: Angela Coe Kelliher|
Yes, that would be fine. Thank You, CRC
|Peter Lenahan||transfer complete|
Both are now transfered
|Horace Reven||Old Manahawkin Cemetery|
Yes, the Old Manahawkin Cemetery that's on Find A Grave is actually the Old Manahawkin Baptist Church. The Stafford Historical Society has installed a Plaque on that cemetery page which you can view and see that it was the original Baptist Church. I guess who ever added that cemetery to Find A Grave didn't include all of the info on it. I see the same thing with the Staffordville Cemetery, they have it listed as being in the town of West Creek but the cemetery is actually several miles north in a small village called Staffordville. I'm trying to get the man on Ocean County Genweb to change the town location. Where you added your two photos it's actually The First Methodist Meeting House Cemetery on Beach Avenue which is only several blocks from the Old Manahawkin Cemetery..Thanks for getting back to me and have a good nite..Horace
|Horace Reven||First Methodist Meeting|
The second photo that you put on this site is the wrong cemetery also, its the Old Baptist Church Cemetery on route 9...Horace
|Horace Reven||First Methodist Meeting House Burial Grounds|
The photo that you put here on the First Meeting House Burial Grounds is not this cemetery. Your photo is the Old Manahawkin Baptist Church Cemetery on Route 9 in Manahawkin. It's showing the big tree with the burial location of all of the sailors that drowned at sea. I thought I'd let you know...Horace
|Rich H.||Nancy Ruth Ferrara Myers|
Added by Rich H. on Dec 02, 2013 6:14 PM
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