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Jessi-Schnittchen (#47529821)
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Bio Photo I am originally from Germany and started my own search in the year 2000.

I visit cemeteries and make as many pictures as I can and I hope this helps people find there ancestors. So far I am only in Middlesex and Union county, NJ so if you have names I should look for please let me know.

Good luck to all of you in your search.

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Seventh Day Baptist, Piscataway
Calvary, Perth Amboy (Hopelawn)
Ukrainian, Perth Amboy (Hopelawn)
St. James, Woodbridge
First Presbyterian, Metuchen
Holy Trinity, Perth Amboy (Hopelawn)

St. John, Perth Amboy (Hopelawn)
St. Mary, Perth Amboy

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Just wondering how you came across obituaries for this family!
Added by Annie on Jan 23, 2015 2:44 PM
CB Langley
Hi Jessi,

I guess it's been while. I've recently come across clues as to Carl Wilhelm Moritz Lindenberg's ancestry. (Ostprignitz-Ruppin, Brandenburg). Someone has posted a lineage going back quite a few centuries.

I've learned that "Carl" was not an unusual spelling of the name. At least two records (haven't seen the originals) list his first name as "Carl". Could I ask you to change the name on the record?


CB Langley
Added by CB Langley on Jan 06, 2015 3:39 PM
Linda J. (Garby) Barnes
Ida D'Aquino Bracco - Memorial# 104350557
Hello Jessi,

Thank you so much for creating this wonderful memorial to my cousin, Ida D'Aquino Bracco. I was happy to discover that a photo of what looks like a mausoleum stone with her name on it is now on her page.

Could you tell me if Ida's husband, John Bracco is also buried with Ida? I do not see his name on the stone but he died 2 years before Ida on 23 December 1997 in Old Bridge, Middlesex, New Jersey. Perhaps his name was never put on this stone? Is there anyway you could find out for us?

Thanks ever so much.

Linda J. (Garby) Barnes
Added by Linda J. (Garby) Barnes on Jan 05, 2015 8:02 AM

Why do you do this??
Added by Suttonplace on Dec 14, 2014 8:40 AM
Debbie Ovechka
Hi my name is Debbie. Like everyone else I've been working on my family history for about 20 years now. Always a work in progress.

I noticed you have a memorial for George Schmelzeisen #74562450. Do you happen to know if his father was Anton, both from Germany? All the information that I have matches. Thanks so much for all that you do.
Added by Debbie Ovechka on Oct 04, 2014 11:43 AM
mary g
RE: Anna Arway
I just saw this, I don't remember reading your note, but thank you so much ! Mary G
Added by mary g on Sep 30, 2014 9:59 AM
Edna M. Mesics
I inadvertently deleted my mother's obituary when I was cleaning up my bookmarks and stumbled across this site. You have my mother's birth date wrong, she was born on November 24, 1919, not 1920. Also in the body of the obituary, you spelled my Aunt's name wrong, it is Martha Chatles, not Martha Chalas. Additionally, while searching this site, I found the information for my mother's mother, Olga Sager, you have her maiden name spelled Luedke, we have always known her maiden name to Leidke. It would be appreciated if you could make these corrections. Thank you, Janet
Added by Janet on Sep 08, 2014 3:04 PM
Ann McElmurry
George Anhalt, Sr.
Hello Jessi,
Thank you do much for the work you did on the cemetery at St. Scholastica at New Blaine, Logan county, Arkansas. George Anhalt, Sr. was my great-grandfather. I have spent a lot of time trying to find him on a passenger list coming into the United States, but I have been unsuccessful. All I have is the information that he arrived here in 1869. I do know he was January 10, 1890. Do you happen to know which ship he was on or have actual naturalization papers for him? I can share information that I have with you.

I am so happy to "meet" you. George Anhalt, Jr and Katie Jansen Anhalt were my grandparents.

Ann McElmurry
Added by Ann McElmurry on Aug 23, 2014 9:23 PM
Patty Erickson
Kennedys in Perth Amboy at St.Mary's
Hi Jessi,
I have a question. There are not very many Kennedys with their own headstones at St. Mary's in Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, NJ.
I do see that you listed some and so did a contributor named Kat (she has her messages turned off). How did you find those names?
I have the obituaries for my great grandparents and some of my great aunts and uncles, and I believe they are near the big Kennedy headstone by the main road into the cemetery. When I called the cemetery, they said they had no record of them being buried there because there was a fire and the records were lost (doesn't that always happen?!)
I don't recognize the names you listed or Kat listed, and I am wondering if they are somehow related to my kennedys.
Patty E.
Added by Patty Erickson on Aug 21, 2014 9:00 PM
Bereczki, Mihaly
Thank you for transcribing and posting Milhaly Bereczki's grave marker in the First Presbyterian Churchyard of Woodbridge Township, New Jersey. He is buried in the Hungarian Section. The church has no records as these burials were a courtesy to the Hungarian Reformed Churches in the area during the Influenza pandemic of 1918-1919. Your posting is confirmed by a very old photo I have of the marker with his elderly daughter standing behind it. He was born September 29, 1864 in Gyure, Szabolcs megye, Hungary to parents Gyorgy Berecki and Eszter Ujhelyi. Working in New Jeresy and listed as a Permanent Alien, he crossed the ocean several times returning to his town of Gyure, his wife, Lilla Gyure and many children, until his death in New Jersey. Thanks to you his descendants now know where in New Jeresy he is buried! Most Appreciative of your efforts!
Added by Carol on Aug 04, 2014 12:21 PM
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