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Mimi (#46886652)
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Kevin Finch
Walker Moncure
Hello Mimi

I attempted to fulfill your request for Walker. After checking the cemetery's online records, and the "Tombfinder" app., and not finding any records of him, I called the cemetery office. They told me their records show he was cremated there, but has no property listed for him, meaning his ashes went elsewhere.

Sorry we couldn't find him!

Kevin
Added by Kevin Finch on Jan 30, 2016 10:26 AM
Sharon Seeley
Isaac Johnson Duckworth
NJ, Deaths and Burials Index 1798-1971 lists Isaac J. Duckworth as having died at age 31 years old on 3, Nov, 1875, so you can check it out and ad his death date to his memorial. Thanx,Sharon
Added by Sharon Seeley on Jan 03, 2016 4:34 PM
Sandi Litzenberg
RE: Shimers
Thank YOU Mimi.. I always appreciate your willingness to accomodate me...
I'm just tickled to death now that I can stop obsessing over it.. lol..

Happy New Year!!

Sincerely,
Sandi L.
Added by Sandi Litzenberg on Jan 02, 2016 9:56 AM
SWT
Elizabeth Burgstresser Lear
Thanks for the edits! Hopefully it will help others work around different spellings.
Added by SWT on Dec 30, 2015 6:12 PM
Roger Collinge
Milford Union Cemetery Plot Map
Where can I find a plot map of the Milford Union Cemetery in Milford, NJ? I'm looking for
Plot Block 1-A Plot 33-B.

Thank you very much!
Added by Roger Collinge on Dec 17, 2015 10:11 AM
Amanda Rush
Realtive
Hello,

My Great Grandparents are interred at Montana Cemetery, Hiram, Peter, Charles Bartley, Sanford. My Great Grandfather Jacob is supposedly interred in St James Straw Church Lutheran Cemetery but it was noticed on find a grave that he was in Montana, do you have any proof of this information. I have tried to get into the NSDSAR, but they closed the line on Jacob because of his pension papers being rejected. Do you have any other info on this? I have a copy of the muster list from 1776 with Jacob's name on it as a part of the soldiers, I'm aware of the article in the 1969 DAR magazine which was written by the Peggy Warne Chapter. Any assistance you may be able to share is greatly appreciated.

Amanda E. Rush
Netcong, NJ
Added by Amanda Rush on Nov 21, 2015 7:38 AM
caspian3
Samuel & Sarah Stumb
Thank you again for the Transfer. Much appreciated.
Added by caspian3 on Nov 10, 2015 6:33 AM
JKovalycsik
RE: Maryjana Bednarczyk or Iskra
Mimi, found the stone and took the photo for you, it is the 13th row but the number is a bit off, its a bit of a confusing section and her date of birth is listed a year earlier on the stone but of course, that could be incorrect.
Added by JKovalycsik on Nov 07, 2015 12:39 PM
JKovalycsik
RE: Maryjana Bednarczyk or Iskra
OK Mimi, will look for a Bednarcyk or Iskra stone, possibly I will have luck and it will be a larger type stone that has not sunk into the ground.
Added by JKovalycsik on Nov 03, 2015 6:55 PM
JKovalycsik
Maryjana Bednarczyk or Iskra
Hi Mimi! Just trying to get your directions, do you mean to the right of section C? (the middle section), there is a small stone there for a Bednarczyk but I believe it is for Joseph and a larger stone, if this is the area you mean (before the farther back section with the large pine tree), I will know where I am headed, on the other side of the middle section are stones but they mostly began in the 1940's and 1950's from what I recall. Thanks!
Added by JKovalycsik on Nov 03, 2015 4:30 PM
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