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I live in northern NJ and I am married and have 2 dogs. I am the last child of nine in my family. I have over 30 nieces and nephews and now over 25 great nieces and nephews and about 12 great, great nieces and nephews. I know the importance of genealogy and keeping the family history alive. I love researching anything historical and I have been interested in Genealogy for the past 9 years now. I was looking for all my family graves and I could not find one so I used findagrave to try and get it. I was so happy to see that picture I decided to help others find their family too. I like music, dancing, laughing, dining out and just hanging out with my friends and family.|
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|Pat Liggett||Halmagh Smellegar|
Thank you so very much for the photo!!
|L. M. Yerkes||Isaac Waters|
Your listing is a duplicate of one posted in 2003 for Isaac Waters, Manning Ave Cemetery, Butler, NJ
|Frank K.||RE: F. Dudek Grave|
SZER stands for "Szeregowy", which is a military rank, equal to the English "Private".
Added by Frank K. on Jan 12, 2014 6:47 PM
|Anonymous||Thanks for photo|
Thank you for taking a photo of Hazel Tanis's gravestone. That was very thoughtful.
|RLA||Alida & Earnest Gormley|
I wanted to thank you for taking the time and making the effort to photograph the Gormley's headstones. I really appreciate it. Robin
Added by RLA on Sep 22, 2013 1:48 PM
Thank you so much for the picture. I appreciate it.
|Patricia Osborne Joppien||clarence maines|
thank you so much for looking.. I will speak to other members of the family and find out from them why there is no memorial stone..
Thanks for the photos! Appreciated.
Added by RJM_2012 on Sep 14, 2013 8:53 PM
Rick from PA here, and I've intrigued with the headstone for Amassa Card in Manning Ave Cemetery: is there a chance that the top of the headstone is covered or missing, and maybe this would be marker for Josephine (Boyd) Card, wife of Amassa ?
The person I'm researching is "Amasa Card", who lived in Pequannock for half his life, then lived and died in Pompton Lakes in 1928.
Maybe I'm dealing with 2 different people; just curious what you think on this.
Added by RJM_2012 on Aug 27, 2012 9:03 AM
|Sue Williams||Eugene DeFreest|
Thank you so much for taking the photos of Eugene and his wife's gravestone! I greatly appreciate it!
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