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|Rich Dohm||Joe Hermes ~ Cedarwood Cemetery|
Thanks for the Hermes transfer, I added the links. Rich.
|SKP||Taber & Elizabeth Chadwick|
Would you mind linking Elizabeth Chadwick, Memorial 62398782, with her husband, Taber Chadwick, Memorial 62398762? There's no rush, but I'd appreciate it. Thanks.
Added by SKP on Nov 23, 2013 4:09 PM
|Anna Laoudis||Chamberlain's at Headley Cem.|
Thank you for the photos!! Btw, can you give me a physical address for that cemetery??
|mcjerry||William Hubbs Family Links|
I just created three memorials for the parents and sister of William Hubbs, memorial #104501259. He is buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Matawan, NJ along with his parents and one sister.
The parents are:
William P. Hubbs Sr. #117690677
Angeline Applegate Hubbs #117690724
His sister is:
Florence Hubbs #117690705
Please establish the correct links for the family members.
Added by mcjerry on Sep 26, 2013 9:31 PM
|Douglas C. Johnson||Walling family|
My name is Douglas Johnson and I need to make a correction, The parents of George G., Amelia, Stephen and Raymond Walling is Joel A. and Annie Walling (nee Piper). This information comes from the 1920 Federal Census for Monmouth County, New Jersey, Raritan Township, Supervisors District 3, Enumeration District 137, sheet 7B (7 penned, B stamped). Living with the family is Annie's mother, Mary E. Piper.
Sorry for the Opps...
|Douglas C. Johnson||Myrtle Inman & family|
My name is Douglas Johnson and I am a distant relative of Myrtle Inman. The 1940 Federal Census for Monmouth County, New Jersey, Raritan Township, Supervisors District 3, Enumeration District 13-143, sheet 2A (2 penned, A stamped, also stamped 1770)lists the birthplaces of her family and her husbands families (next door neighbors) and that they had a daughter, Dorothy Walling, born about 1931.
Raymond Sr., George Walling, Linda (maiden name unknown, Raymond Sr's mother) and Raymond's brother Stephen were born in Centerville Township, Salem County, New Jersey.
Myrtle was born in South Amboy, Middlesex County, New Jersey.
Dorothy and Raymond Walling Jr. were born in Keyport, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
John Walling (Raymond's father) was born in Raritan Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
I have some confusion about the relationships of the family of Amelia Walling, who is listed in the 1940 census above John and Linda Walling. There is also an Amelia Walling living with Stephen, Raymond Sr. and Myrtle Walling in the 1930 Federal Census for Monmouth County, New Jersey, Raritan Township, Supervisors District 11, Enumeration District 13-98, sheet 11A (11 penned, A stamped, also stamped 66), but the ages of the two Amelia's are different.
Also, I was wondering if I could have your permission to use your photograph of the graves of the Walling and Inman families on the FamilySearch Family Tree website. I would of course list it with full credit given to you for the use of the image.
|Kathy||Saint Kieran's Cemetery|
I added another photo for James and Ellen Moore Grace (my gggrandparents)with a caption explaining about the incorrect dates of death on the headstone.
Added by Kathy on Jul 01, 2013 2:09 PM
|Kathy Farrell||Ralph & Olga Eastmond|
According to the cemetery photo on each of these memorials, Cedarwood Cemetery is actually located in Hazlet, not Keyport. Hope someone can correct it.
|Sharon B.||FindAGrave #49253898|
Thanks for a grandfather's grave picture from Arlington. We wrote them over the years about this grandfather and they said he was not there.
Thanks to your picture and FindAGrave, we were able to find him. There was a spelling error in his first name - from an S. to an L. - turning his name from Sadowsky to Ladowsky McFarland.
The military was consistent with his name through all the years until after he left the Old Soldier's Home in D.C. and buried in Arlington. You picture made it possible to see with out own eyes why they couldn't find grandpa. They had another error on his grave, saying he served in the Spanish American War, which he didn't. Oh, well. :)
Anyway, wanted to thank you for your efforts and talent.
|Sarah Stout||Hedley tombstone|
Thanks so much for posting the photo of William Headley and Catherine H. I was interested in where you recieved her maiden name - I believe this is my 2nd Great Grandmother! I would love to learn more! Thanks! --Sarah at SarahStout@hotmail.com
Have a Great day!
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