|susanews||Matthias Lyon at First Presbyterian Churchyard|
Thanks so much for the photo of my 6g-grandfather's stone - I'm very happy it has survived so long, and the inscription is very much appreciated!
Added by susanews on Aug 07, 2013 9:50 PM
|Sharon B.||Thanks again.|
Oh, and thanks for the pictures of the old Oliver graves at First Presbyterian Churchyard, NJ.
Thank you for the inscription information on Jonathan Oliver at First Presbyterian Churchyard, NJ. He was my 7th great-granduncle.
Thank you very much for the photo of Phebe Spinning's headstone.
I'm sorry it took me so long to send this note but the email notification got lost in my inbox.
Your effort is very much appreciated.
Added by Susan on Aug 23, 2012 9:37 AM
|Diane Gravlee||1st Presby Churchyd in Elizabeth|
I have noted the wonderful photo and caption you posted to Abner Woodruff's memorial in the 1st Presbyterian Churchyard in Elizabeth, NJ. Can you tell me if all of the stones for the Woodruffs, that are legible enough to assign to a person have been photographed? There are other Woodruffs in my family without grave photos, but it is pointless to request photos if there are no markers. I also have Elizabeth Winans Lyon, wife of Ebenezer (who does have a grave photo), without a grave photo. Thanks for any info you can give me.
|Michelle||RE: Question on stone for Joanna Ogden|
Added by Michelle on Jul 04, 2011 1:40 PM
|Peter G. Parkhurst||Photo Thanks|
Thank you for all the Pakhurst grave photos for Abner Parkhurst and his family. Peter
|Vicki Ames||Photo Request|
If you ever go to the Frist Presbyterian Churchyard again, and come across the Trotter name I would be most greatful for any pictures of their headstones.
Again thank you so much,
|Vicki Ames||Benjamin Trotter|
Thank you so much for the photo of his grave.
Thank you for photographing the markers for Aaron, Joanna and David Lyon. Since I live out of the area your efforts are truly appreciated.
Added by JK on May 23, 2011 7:33 AM
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