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Retired, Freelance Investigative Journalist, I love discovering headstones that are difficult to read, and make it a challenge, to discover who they are. I am very vigilant and careful. I still write part-time. I am enjoying my own schedule, when and where. I love being outside, and taking photographs.|
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|Tom Jennings||Clara Ross Gage Burial Unknown|
I found on obit for her in Harleigh Cemetery in Camden. Do you want to move your memorial? Let me know, as I have one for her that I posted recently.
I leave it up to you.
|Jean Dupon||Franciszek Wrzesinski|
This 2 day old infant was interred in plot F V 42 according to the Holy Name record cards.
|Thayne||Anne "Annie" Leonard|
No Richard is not buried with him according to the office
Added by Thayne on Oct 16, 2015 9:45 PM
|Clayton and Kendra||RE: Elizabeth Smith|
It was our pleasure!
I found the following article about Walter's death.
As you can see, he died December 26, 1937.
Hope this helps
Walter N. Lee
Services for Walter Nelson Lee, who died yesterday in Mercer Hospital at the age of 76, will be held at the Poulson & Van Hise Home for Services, 408 Bellevue Avenue, Wednesday at 2 P.M. Mr. Lee, who formerly resided at the Y. M. C. A. here, made his home with his brother, Harry E. Lee, 239 East Front Street, since last May.
The Rev. L. Morgan Chambers, pastor of State Street M. E. Church, will conduct the funeral rites. Burial will be in Ewing Church Cemetery. Friends may call at the Home for Services tomorrow eveing from 7 to 9 o'clock.
Mr. Lee was the son of the late James M. and Louise Lee and leaves, besides his brother, a son, Samuel S., of 59 North Stockton Street; three sisters, Mrs. John W. Manning, Sr., Mrs. Bessie A. tindall and Miss Lulu M. Lee; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Date: Monday, December 27, 1937
Paper: Trenton Evening Times (Trenton, New Jersey)
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|ForeverHisAngel||RE: Generoso Festa, NJ|
My goodness, I just saw this message today for the first time. Yes... I would love help on anything that anyone might know about my Festa side of the family. Look forward to hearing more from you!
|Fly to the stars||Mount|
thank you for the transfer, of my family
|Michael wolcott||Please link her|
You requested that I link a woman with her parents. It is customary to provide the numbers associated with those people who are related to others in findagrave.
Each person has his or her individual number and it is much easier for me or anyone in findagrave to link people when I or they know what their number is.
Michael R. Wolcott
I would be happy to approve the link through the Edit tab system. I don't know which of the gentlemen on the headstone are her husband.
|sgrove777||RE: Ella Hill|
Perfect -- thank you!
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