|Beverly G. Kirby-McDonough (#46873658)|
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I was born in Teaneck and raised in Palisades Park, Bergen County, New Jersey. Currently, I live in beautiful Hunterdon County. This place is truly "a little slice of heaven", nestled between two major American cities - New York and Philly. We boast of one of the last clean rivers in the East - the Delaware.|
For many years, I'm involved with genealogy and local history as a hobby. It's a rewarding journey and a great source of personal comfort in light of the loss of my loved ones. Before my interest, history was my least favorite academic subject... boring! Now, I have a renewed curiosity of what life was like for our ancestors. What was the political, cultural and social environment of their day? What daily struggles did they endure just to survive?
Our ancestors treaded lightly upon this earth, and may not have left much behind. They deserve to be remembered with honor. After all, they made us who we are today.
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Thank you for the photos of the Dodd grave markers.
Added by cole on Nov 07, 2015 7:07 AM
|The Genealogy Genie||Hello and thanks|
I spoke with you a couple of years back, but I just wanted to thank you again for all you have done for my VanSickle family (including all its spellings). You really have taken a lot of time to document my family, and I can't thank you enough for your time and effort.
|Thayne||RE: William Russell at Woodbine Cmty|
A family member must let the VA know for a stone
Added by Thayne on Oct 13, 2015 7:35 PM
|Marianne||RE: Memorial for Emanuel Freed|
Thanks for researching Emanuel and setting up his memorial. I have added his memorial to my virtual cemetery.
Added by Marianne on Sep 19, 2015 7:03 AM
|C Woodcock||Elizabeth Kirby Sneckner|
I have been doing some research for my mother-in-law about her mother's family. Her grandmother was Kate Eliza Cotte, who was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Sneckner Cotte, and the granddaughter of John and Catherine Gautier Sneckner.
Recently my husband and I restored a table, and then found out it was inherited by my MIL's mother from Florence Kirby. I think from your information that she was a cousin, but I can't figure out the exact relationship. Could you help? We also have a photograph of Florence Kirby on the porch of her home in Rye, NY. I understand that her father was the first homeopathic doctors in the state of NY.
Oh, and my brother-in-law has portraits of John and Catherine Snecker.
We are in Warren County, not too far from you. One day we hope to make a cemetery pilgramage to New York state.
Thanks for your help,
|Marianne||RE: 1906 Atlantic City Train Derailment|
I would imagine that there would be death certificates for these persons in New Jersey. I am not familiar with how New Jersey operates with their death certificates.
I had come across this article on the train derailment while I was researching something else and decided to get as much information as I could to set up the memorials for these people.
Added by Marianne on Aug 30, 2015 6:18 PM
|Gone But Not Forgotten||picture you added to Memorial# 25349264|
Hi, This is just an FYI. The picture you added to Memorial# 25349264. Looks as though someone else copied it and added to a different memorial. The cemetery is different and "Not correct" but the picture is the same.
Created by: Pat France
Record added: Jun 06, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 91435924
|Lorraine Bailey||Effie R.McMicken Swisher|
Thank-you for getting the photo of Effie Swisher's stone.It's greatly appreciated.Lorraine Bailey
Thank you very much for these photos.
|Kath Family and Murk Family||ELLA COPE|
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR PHOTOGRAPHING ELLA'S RESTING PLACE. IT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.
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