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I'm a bit confused
The Red Bank Register indicates that Richard
West is the son of Charles E. West and
Ida (Brown) West and that his wife is
Ruth (Pray) West.
Is this information correct, or did the RBR
err big time?
|Cecelia M Basilotto||RE: Cecil Traux|
|MKP||RE: Edward Battaille|
That name is often misspelled thats why I searched by first name which also happens to be his son who I am looking for's name. thank you so much
Added by MKP on Jun 17, 2016 9:22 AM
|MKP||Edward Battaille Memorial|
Could you please delete the Memorial for Edward Battaille number 155015672. it is a duplicate of 103334817. I am looking for his Son thinking he wold be in the same cemetery and just spotted the dup. Thank You.
Added by MKP on Jun 17, 2016 6:21 AM
|Maclilus||Marie French Ryder|
Do you happen to have additional information on this person - such as an obituary or some other record? I have been searching for this person for over a year and I am glad you set up her memorial. She was the grand-daughter of Benjamin Brown French, Sr., through her father, BB French, Jr. She was first married to Franklin B. Davidson (son of Hunter Davidson), and later to Ferdinand C. Ryder (the Younger). She had one son by her first marriage, Irving Mortimer Davidson, and three children by her second (Royal, Murial, and Vera. How she became buried there I don't know, but certainly worth investigating. Thanks.
Added by Maclilus on Jun 02, 2016 10:56 PM
|Iris T. Mudgett||RE: Amelia|
Thank you for writing a biography on her behalf.
Sad as it may be, it's still a memorable part of American history...Aloha.
|Iris T. Mudgett||Famous Person|
This is a very famous person and it would be nice to have a bio written on her behalf.
She is known as one of the "Radium Girls" and was the first to die, at 25, from Radium poisoning from painting watch dials with luminous paint. The process required these girls to sharpen the paint brushes with their mouths, poisoning themselves in the process,in Orange N.J.
Because of her death, using luminous radium tainted paint was stopped.
Please check Wikepedia, Radium Girls,A Dazzle in the Bones, etc. for history.
|Ben Cooper||RE: Olive R. Rose|
Thank you for getting back to me. Ok, yes after I saw her on find a grave I too found her listed in the New Jersey Deaths and Burials records. Like I mentioned before, I had been wondering when she died. Sure, you can transfer her to me, I will link her to her parents.
My find a grave # is 46930896
|Ben Cooper||Olive R Shepherd Rose|
I want to thank you for adding Olive R. (Shepherd) Rose to find a grave in Holcombe Riverview Cemetery in Lambertville, NJ. I was wondering, where did you find her death date? I have always wanted to find it. Olive was a sister to my great-great grandmother.
Thanks again!! :)
|Kit Hickey||Michael & Alice Hickey|
Thank you for adding the picture of their grave stone.... When I have tried to do so in the past I had nothing but problems.
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