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No transfers will be made by you providing me a list of #'s. A note for each memorial thru the EDIT icon is the way to go. |
I will make additions / corrections that are sent to me. I will also transfer within site guidelines.
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|William Simpson||Harold Barker|
Harold Barker was killed in action at Anzio, Italy in the campaign that eventually took Rome. He left a wife, Ruth Hodge Barker, and a son, Harold John Barker. Harold was the son of Albert and Nellie Calkins Barker of Paterson. The U.S. Army buried his body in a military graveyard in Italy, but after the War his father and brothers travelled to Italy and had the body exhumed and brought back to Laurel Grove for burial.
RE: Laurel Grove Cemetery, Totowa, NJ
|pkarchs||Susan Rippel (1828-1879) - Woodland Cemetery | Newark, Essex Co., NJ|
Thanks for the transfer, now expanded and linked.
Appreciatively, Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on May 21, 2015 4:57 AM
|Robert Brotherhood||Harriet Cortese|
Please remove the incorrect gravestone photo with memorial #46417277 and replace with the same one as at Benjamin Cortese.
|Raymona||RE: Margaret Predmore|
Thanks Cindy. There is no hurry, because it is probably no longer there after 5 years!
Added by Raymona on Apr 21, 2015 3:29 PM
Cindy: Thanks ever so much for sending the additional info for Margaret's memorial. It has been added. Now a question. I see that you also took the photo of her gravestone. I noticed quite a bit of broken stone in front. The larger piece looks like part of a small stone. Did you happen to notice that? It may have just been trash! Thanks again for all your wonderful work on this site.
Raymona # 47237415
Added by Raymona on Apr 21, 2015 3:08 AM
|An Angel Above||Taking a long shot.|
Hi Cindy, My name is Sharon and you were kind enough to take a photo of the grave of a great grand uncle of mine. Memorial 10539754. I know, you know, Laurel Grove has become impossible to deal with, charging for information. I was wondering, and I know its a long shot. Can you tell where about that photo was taken? Do you keep any other records to go along with the photo? I'm asking because a distant cousin is coming to visit and he wants to see his ancestor's graves, this would be his 3x grandfather. I told him we would have to mow the rows and see if we can find the family, but its a big place, can you take a guess maybe? Thanks.. Sharon. aka An Angel Above.
|Roibeard||RE: Walsh photo|
Lot 28 in section K is on the street which runs between section K and the Saints Paths section that is directly across from K. There is a map of the cemetery in the cemetery photos pages.
I'll have another look even though I'm sure you were quite thorough when you last looked for it.
You're the second person who mentioned a time when there were packs of dogs roving the grounds. That would have been amazing to see.
Added by Roibeard on Nov 12, 2014 11:44 AM
|Roibeard||RE: Walsh photo|
You're very welcome. I believe I've looked for all your other requests at Holy Sep already and haven't found any markers. Section K is almost impossible to figure out without a map of the lots.
But I did come across the marker for James and Rose Kellett by chance as I was looking for another grave in that section. I remembered the Kellet name and took photos and posted them for you.
Added by Roibeard on Nov 10, 2014 11:11 PM
|Roibeard||Kellet at Holy Sep|
I visited the plot at E-138 looking for the Kellets but there were no markers for any Kellets. There were markers for people with other names such as Killoran. Catherine, Ellen and James Killoran have memorials on this site all showing plot E-138 as their burial location. I'll post a photo of the plot and if you would like photos of the others in that plot, just make the usual requests and I'll take care of them.
Added by Roibeard on Oct 23, 2014 8:13 AM
|Anonymous||RE: Holy Cross|
Ok here you go. The Plot was bought in 1892 and they think there may be other transfered here in 1892 but it would cost money to do a further research on the grave.
This is what info they could give too me
Trinity, C, 34
Ann Burns 1892
May Burns 1898
Catherine Burns 1905
Catherine Burns 1926
Julia Hart 1931
Mary Burns 1934
James Burns 1937
Kaythryne Burns 1946
Patrick Baker 1952
Mary Burns 1971
Ann Catherine Baker 1982
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