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I am a wife and mother of 4 with very little free time. The free time I do have is almost always spent doing my genealogy research. I started my family tree as a high school project, it just grew from there. |
I only recently started visiting and photographing the cemeteries in my area when I found out that my husbands ancestors were so plentiful here. My husband is my driver when I visit the cemeteries (he says I make him go, but he enjoys it too) . And now my youngest daughters, twins age 13, have started helping as well.
My ancestors are mainly from Europe and Canada, but my husband's line will keep me visiting the cemeteries here in Northern New Jersey for years to come !!
I would love to help anyone with ancestors in the area (Bergen & Passaic County, New Jersey) as much as I possibly can...just let me know
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|John-Paul ||Freeman/DeRosa grave|
Thank you so much for photographing the grave of my parents and grandparents. They actually lived in Nutley in Essex County. I am trying to locate the graves of my g.g. grandparents, Owen (d. after 1880) and Margaret (d. 1913) Nugent of Nutley (then called Belleville and then Franklin) and also of g. grandfather Francis J. Britton who died in 1948 and had lived in Nutley until at least 1946. If you have any advice, please let me know. Thank you again.
|Lee Robison||Anna Strauss|
I think she is my paternal Grandmother, who immigrated from Austria. She was married to Frederick William and they lived in Paterson, NJ. Is this the information you have?
Kyle Lee Diane Strauss Robison
|Garryg3||Permission to use your photos|
Thanks for all your hard work. I am slowly tracking my family through the NJ cemeteries and would like your permission to attach your grave stone photos to my ancestry.com records. I will of course put your name in the source.
Added by Garryg3 on Aug 25, 2013 1:08 PM
|Kathleen Clemence||Anna Parks Bragg|
Many thanks Mariea for adding the updates and links!
searching for Dave to up date memorials.
Added by Patty on Aug 11, 2013 9:42 AM
|Patty||:Dave|Added by Patty on Aug 11, 2013 9:40 AM
|Lori Januchowski||Thank you!|
Thank you for all the work you do for people you don't even know or are related to. I have an Uncle who was unable to see his parents grave and now has the means to travel from many states away and his first request was to find his parents grave an with your work he will be able to find them. Thank you so much and God bless you and your family.
|Dorothy Brown||RE: William Hammond 1932-1940|
There was a picture of the stone of my cousins grave
in Fair Lawn Memorial Cemetery. The Find A Grave Memorial # is 26194085. He died the year I was born so I never knew him but his parents adopted a boy, David, a few years after. We are trying to locate him and thought the Hammond's might be part of your husband's family.
Thank you for your quick response,
|Gloria||RE: Polly DeGraff|
I am glad they are your family also. Thanks a bunch for putting them up for us all to see. Thanks.
Added by Gloria on Jul 08, 2013 3:27 AM
Thank you for transferring the Corbo memorials to me. This helps to complete my family.
Added by Quiggy on Jun 30, 2013 8:56 PM
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