|Nancy Kipp (#46863226)|
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Currently researching Kipp and Sadler(Saddler) of Monmouth County, New Jersey. Also, VanPelt and Burbank of Bloomfield, Staten Island, New York.|
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|Kat||Taylor in Holmdel|
The Taylor marker is a large obelisk, with each family on a side. There are small white markers for most with initials on the top. Because of the type of stone, a pink and grey mix, the engraving is very difficult to photograph, very little contrast. The ones you asked for face north so the engraving is even worse to read. I will post them shortly, trying to tweak them to as much claroty as possible
Added by Kat on May 31, 2015 10:59 AM
I'd say you're right, looking at that photo. The last digit seems to be very similar to the first, so in my humble opinion, that would make it 1831, not 1834. Just my second opinion!
Added by gazelle on May 03, 2015 10:54 AM
Not on plot card, but that means nothing at Mt Olivet. Cards are old and hand written.
Added by Kat on Nov 09, 2014 6:19 AM
|Kat||Garvey in Mount Olivet|
Large Plot,, no individual stones and only 3 names on the family name marker. No names on base or back of marker and no small stones in plot
Added by Kat on Nov 09, 2014 6:18 AM
|C Adams||John Flock|
I checked today at Monmouth Memorial Park about the burial site for John Flock. Although he was cremated here, his ashed are not interred here. According to their records, they were returned to the funeral home of record which was "Flock".
Added by C Adams on Sep 11, 2014 4:56 PM
|C Adams||Francis Mulrooney|
I checked today at Monmouth Memorial Park about the burial site for Francis Mulrooney. Although he was cremated here, his ashed are not interred here. According to their records, they were returned to the funeral home of record which was Mehlenbeck.
Added by C Adams on Sep 11, 2014 4:44 PM
|E. Middleton||RE: Sivie/Lake Cemetery|
It would be OK the cemetery is abandoned and being cared for by the Friends of Abandoned Cemeteries Staten Island (FACSI). The stones are very heavy and will take more than 1 person to move them. I don't know if 2 people can move some of them. Some stones maybe laying flat with vines covering them.
|E. Middleton||Sivie/Lake Cemetery|
Nancy, my wife and I looked all over that cemetery yesterday and took photos of all of the Van Pelts, Van Names, Deckers, Jones, Kipps graves but could not find any of your other requests. A lot of the stones have been pushed over onto their faces so they can't be read. Others are covered in ivy and vines.
|Kat||hannah and benj smock requests|
I went into the cemetery after services today. Benj and hannah are no better, but here is the picture. The lichen is no better and no worse. the coating they used on the stones encouraged moss, mold and lichens, plus made they are more difficult to read.
Added by Kat on Jun 01, 2014 12:13 PM
Nancy, I looked in the Robbins plot and took all the photos I could you can contact the cemetery with an email email@example.com they are very helpful the Section BB. There are two Geogianne Robbins there 1857 age 3 and the other is 1858 age 1
Added by Thayne on May 02, 2014 8:46 PM
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