|Scott Balyer (#47084996)|
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I live in Hamilton New Jersey, surrounded by many area cemeteries. Very willing to assist in picture needs, information etc. As I enter my grave information, certainly not all, but a majority are direct and indirect relations. I also add names from obituaries and walking cemeteries themselves. Should you find we have a common name, I may have more information to share willingly.**Small ancestry hint, many women used their middle initial to represent their maiden name.Check back on memorials now and then as I find new information and add corrections.Also, if you are not a member of Find A Grave and have pictures or information to share please email me the scanned picture or information.HERE TO ASSIST YOUR GENEALOGY NEEDS;I have many items on hand that may assist in locating information in your ancestry tree;I can look up newspaper information including obituaries by most States if paper is available on the site. Trenton is avaiable late 1700's to 1993.2 huge volume Mercer County bios, pictures, and dates from 1907.4 volume New Jersey Genealogy with bios, dates and pictures dated 1910.New Jersey's First Citizens and State Guide, genealogies and biographies of the Notable in New Jersey, with pictures.Genealogy of Early Settles in Trenton and Ewing including old Hunterdon County.State History of New Jersey Daughters of American Revolution.History St Michael's Protestant Episcopal Church, Trenton (1700-1925)History of First Presbyterian Church Trenton.Roll of Honor Civil War re-burying Union Soldiers who died during the War by State.subscription to ancestry.com Trenton City DirectoriesVarious years of Trenton School yearbooksand very knowledgeable of Mercer County cemeteries and Trenton City information.I have Mercer Cemetery (established 1849) burial lists.St Francis Cemetery in Trenton, I have taken pictures of ALL that was able to be seen, any not noted, are either illegible or sunken or none at all. After it closed, burials went to Holy Sepulchre and Our Lady of Lourdes.I also have a village finder for villages in the Hungarian Empire.FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME AT SBALYER@AOL.COM, BY USING "TRENTON ROOTS" IN THE SUBJECT LINE AS TO AVOID ASSUMING SPAM MAIL.Feel free to utilize any pictures, information posted etc without needing to contact me for permission.I am willing to transfer, if not my own family, to those who are interested in maintaining any of my posted memorials. Also feel free to send information, corrections, maiden names, dates etc. I will make any necessary corrections, but only verified information, no assumptions, guesses etc.|
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Carol Foss, Catherine Fulle..., Craig Steepy, Dennis J. Bauer, Direwolf, genieresearcher, James Mason Fri..., John L. Nelson, Joseph R. Klett, Joyce, Leigh Miller, lulu, Mark London, Mary Jo C. Mart..., Mary uriah, Roger, Russ Dodge, Scott Keuper, Sharri Bodnar, Wayne Irons
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I was at St Vladimir's Cemetery yesterday and much to my surprise found my Great Grandparents stone along with my Great Uncle and Aunt. Would you be so kind as to transfer all of the Waladkewics and Muchal memorials to me? My Grandmother is Pearl and Alexanders Daughter and My Grandfather (her husband) is in the Muschal line.
It would be greatly appreaciated
Thanks so much for the transfer
Added by Direwolf on Jun 08, 2014 7:25 PM
Hello Scott, hope this June finds you & everyone well. Thanks for posting photo for Schneider in Ewing.
|Joseph R. Klett||Recent transfers|
Thanks so much, Scott. Best to you. -Joe
|Direwolf||RE: William Brittain 1755-1828|
The contributor is Wendy Emrich #46989179, he was buried in the Second Presbyterian, they moved them in 1902 to Colonial Memorial, William Brittain sometimes spelled Britton, he lived in Monmounth County NJ. Thanks so much Scott, if anyone can find him you can.
Added by Direwolf on May 20, 2014 5:27 AM
|Direwolf||William Brittain 1755-1828|
Hi Scott, would you mind if I gave your name to a contributor, she is looking for William that lived in Trenton, NJ. I looked, I cant find anything. She needs the cemetery. I have his oldest son in the First Preby, Ewing, but know other headstones or names
Added by Direwolf on May 16, 2014 6:56 PM
|Debbie Sweeney||RE: St. Nicholas Hungarian Greek Church Cemetery|
Hi, the map on Find A Grave shows South Olden Avenue, not Cedar Lane? Can you add the correct street address to the Find A Grave cemetery web page and also list that it is in Hamilton, New Jersey?
Thanks so much for the transfer
Added by Direwolf on May 10, 2014 9:08 AM
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you! I really appreciate your time in tracking this down for me. And a GREAT photo too! Thank you again!!!
Added by Dana on May 08, 2014 7:22 AM
|Debbie Sweeney||St. Nicholas Hungarian Green Church Cemetery|
Hello! Can you please add the address for this cemetery to the Find A Grave page? Is it the following address?
111 Adeline St
Hamilton, New Jersey 08611-2329
My uncle Jack is buried there and was just added recently (John Robert Chobby). Do you know if there are any other Chobby's (or Csobi's)or Bakson's buried there?
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