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|I am a lawyer who does some probate and estate law so I was interested to find this site through a close friend who is also a photo volunteer. |
The Revolutionary War era burying grounds of First Presbyterian and Westfield Presbyterian hooked me with their historical aspects. Then I began doing requests in other cemeteries too and really enjoyed fulfilling all types of requests. Now I like to concentrate on cemeteries like Holy Sepulchre in NJ that frown on people taking photos.
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|Debbie G Morrogh||RE: Theresa Richmond at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery|
I'd love you to post any pictures you have taken of headstones on the Richmonds, Avezzana, Devereaux.
Victoria Avezzana Richmond is 1st cousin 3x times. Theresa Richmond is her daughter. The Devereaux is her sister, Mary Avezzana Richmond who married Ignatius Philip Devereux.
The Hahn headstone must be a grandchild of Victoria's & John Brown Richmond through their son, John Joseph Richmond.
Thank you so much!!!
Thanks for trying, The information I have is from the cemetery records and also the attached picture of the military request for a grave stone.
Added by MR on Apr 07, 2014 1:33 PM
|Michele Herrick||Michael Grejtak|
Thank you so very much for taking time to photograph the grave of Michael Grejtak. I appreciate the extra Grejtak photos you took which
gave me 2 new leads to follow in my Grejtak research. Thanks for your help! ~ Michele Herrick
|pkarchs||Ellen Farrell Mullins (1822-1912) Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, East Orange|
Thanks for the photos of Henry Mullins, a relative. At the time you posted, there was no memorial for his second wife, Ellen, so I copied/uploaded the same photos, crediting you with date. If direct upload by you is important, I'll be happy to remove my versions once yours are on the memorial. More importantly, thanks again for your efforts - it's always surprising to find photos when least expected.
Appreciatively, Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on Jan 19, 2014 6:02 AM
|Marcia1061||Happy New Year!|
Hi! Happy New Year! Home tomorrow (we think), running just ahead of a blizzard. Slammed by att for going over our roaming allotment x 4 on the drive out, and only spotty wifi all week, so cut off from rest of world outside family. Can't wait for life to get back to normal, whatever that is. TTFN. :)
|Mrs Donna Schauss||RE: Schott - Freeman Pics|
If you are able to get pics of plots - even if no stones present - would be appreciated.
Hi! THANK YOU for the wonderful pic again! I love the way you take the pictures, so complete! And so totally in focus!
There were 3 that I didn't even know were there, so you catching them was sooooooooo much of a help! I am going thru old Bibles now to see what I can add to their memorials, so that others who might be looking can have it also....I know how hard it has been for me to track down some of these relatives, even going into cornfields to read names and photo!
I deleted the other memorial, thank you also for reminding me..I really CAN'T thank you enough!
Hope your holiday was great, and that your Christmas is all that you want..
The "ids" keep coming, as this season of drinking continues, ugh! would think people would learn but hey, keeps you and I working, right? LOL!
Keep taking those wonderful pics, you truely are someone committed to helping us find lost relatives!
Added by gennie on Dec 13, 2013 8:27 AM
|Timothy Hemi||RE: Joseph and Andrew Hemhauser|
I got it. Saw that. Thank you again. I was just going over the photos. Fascinating !
THANK YOU SO MUCH!! The pics are GREAT! I really am sorry I am so long in responding, this time of year,(holidays) I am SO BUSY with the ids who drink and drive and get into accidents! I have been working long long hours and haven't gotten onto the puter til now......you are WONDERFUL to go so far out of the way for me!! Do I need to add any names for you to get credit? I will, just let me know!
HUGS HUGS HUGS
Added by gennie on Dec 09, 2013 11:50 AM
|Timothy Hemi||RE: Walter Hemhauser|
Yes. He was a great uncle I think. I was researching him last month, He was in army air corp. in WW 2.
Here is a link to what I found.
Thanks again , ! Hope you have a wonderful thanksgiving and merry Christmas if that apples.
Your friend Tim Hemhauser
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