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Now for the Past 30 years i have help traced Many Families, Incd. the Famous Thomas Langley Collyer Family B. 1742 London, England d. 1812 Bedford, Westchester Co. NY. ( Buried in the Familiy Plot there )|
Thomas Langley Collyer Great Grandson and Family are buried here in Lot 142 Sec. 5 ( No Stone )
Capt. William Wakeman Collyer and Wife the Former Josephine Holman, daughter of Joseph G. Holman Actor and three of thier Sons :
Charles Standford Collyer & wife Emma Remson
Dr. Herman Livingston Collyer & 2nd Cousin Susan Gage Frost Collyer.
Henry Malcolm Collyer, a New York City Lawyer.
The Collyer's have been Member's of the Congresation of Trinity Church ( NYC ) since 1697
They Settled in America in 1664
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|Gary Boughton||RE: Maple Shade Cem. Ridgefield, Ct.|
I would set my GPS for Maple Shade as the street and any number your GPS will accept for the number. The entrance is at the intersection of Maple Shade & North. Its a sharp turn from Maple Shade. Need to make a big swing into the cemetery.
Section 3 is the only section in this cemetery that has a mausoleum (NewTon) Use the map of this cemetery on Findagrave it will show you where section 3 is. Also keep in mind that there are actually 6 cemeteries at this location, so make use of the map to make sure you are in Maple Shade.
I will send you an attachment with the markers as of 1934.
I was wondering where the Rich family cemetery is located (I believe that there is a Rich family cemetery here in NC) as well as the sherwood and Ashbury Methodist. I looked them up on this website and I did not see them.
|Marilyn Weakley||Wict family|
I know that there are Wicht (S) buried at Oakland cemetery. In fact, all of them belong to my family. There is a baby Charles Wicht that was born on 15 Jan 1909 and died on 16 Jan 1909. Would you happen to have any info on who the parents were? Also, the "oldest" Wicht that is buried there is Eibe Henning Wicht. Would you happen to have any info on his parents names and/or of his family line?
|Marilyn Weakley||Book of Oakland and St John's cemetery|
Where did you get the book from? Could you e-mail me a copy? My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org I mostly get my info from the website www.fultonhistory.com. It has many newspapers from the NY area and it is free.
I see you set up pages for the Whitney family. I actually had pictures and went in and put them all in for you. A couple of things:
They are a family plot and there was a Lillian D. buried with them as well. I set up a page (with pictures) for her and can transfer her to you if you'd like, but she was with them.
The Whitney plot is in section B. When you drive around section B (which curves on the passenger side of the car) if you look closely as you are heading back up in the cemetery you will see a small staircase from the road down into section B as the section starts to narrow. The Whitney family plot is fairly close to the stairs (I can't remember if they are in front or behind the stairs - but they are in the general area).
Hope this helps! - Rich
Added by Rich K on Mar 18, 2012 12:41 PM
|Rich K||RE: Mary E. Hayes|
I don't live there any more, I'm a bit north of there now. As for the locations, I can give you some, but I can't look them up by FindAGrave numbers, you'll have to give me full names for that.
The ones that I can tell you:
Ambrosini is in section B
Demchar is also in B
and the Hayes/Ewing family plot is in section C.
B is a very large gumbled section and it's not always easy to find people there.
If you give me the names of the others, I can tell you the sections....Rich
Added by Rich K on Mar 18, 2012 12:18 PM
|Gene Baumwoll CSW||RE: Assumption Cemetery|
Hi.. IF i added the memorial..I would have added the section plot and grave number...If not you may call the Assumption church office..check the memorials for all the family members..I may have found and added the plot. I'LL LOOK AT MY NOTES..
|Rich K||Mary E. Hayes|
You sent me a message about Mary Hayes d. 2002, and yes she is buried with the others in the Hayes-Ewing plot. There are a few people there. Some have markers on the ground and 2 are listed on the back of the headstone, but she was right there with them.
Hope this information helps!
Added by Rich K on Mar 17, 2012 2:32 PM
|Rich K||RE: Assumption - Hayes|
Welcome back - glad you had a good b'day. For Frank Healy, I don't have a headstone picture for him for sure. In section C (no where near any of the Hayes family) there is 1 headstone by itself with just the name Healy on it - but that's it, no names or dates so I really don't know who is buried there.
Section C is also a bit of a jumble of dates. The person on one side of this Healy headstone died in 1916 and the headstone on the other side died in 1983, so I can't even guess at a date range on that one.
Added by Rich K on Mar 17, 2012 2:28 PM
|Rich K||RE: Ref : Assumption|
I uploaded the Hayes pictures you were looking for. I also uploaded all of the Hayes that I have for the Assumption. If I come across more I'll put them up.
For some of them, they are part of larger family plots. For tonight I only uploaded the ones with the Hayes name. I do have the rest and will put up the rest of the family members this weekend.
Can you remind me again what the other names were you were looking for, I'm on a bit of information overload right now.
Added by Rich K on Mar 08, 2012 8:08 PM
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