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Joyce Bailey
George W. Hoefling # 50171712
Thank you so much for the photo!!
Added by Joyce Bailey on Mar 08, 2014 1:12 PM
St Peters--Pictures
I'm planning on visiting St Peters Cemetery in New Brunswick within the next few weeks to take pictures of some graves for Find A
If you call the cemetery office and get the plot and lot number of the person you would like a picture of their grave stone I will try to get it while I'm there.
Added by seekers on Apr 07, 2013 7:12 PM
Estelle E Washko is atrancription error it is Estelle F Washko. Could you please link her to her father Joseph Fedon FINDAGRAVE #95094272.

Plus: Estelle Washko

Estelle Washko, 89, of Palm Coast, Fla., formerly of Old Bridge and Milltown, died in Sept. 9 in Palm Coast. She and her late husband, Benjamin J. Washko Sr., owned and operated Midway Garage, Old Bridge, and South Side Auto Garage, Milltown. Surviving are a son, Benjamin J. Washko Jr. of Palm Coast; a daughter, Phyllis Puskas of Cape Cod, Mass.; a sister, Martha Kuchinski of Englishtown; four grandchil­dren; six great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Graveside services were held at Holy Trinity Cemetery, Jamesburg.

Sentenial. East Brunswick, 2003-09-18.

Thanks Rosemary
Added by Rosemary on Mar 25, 2013 7:08 PM
Kathleen Hewins
Charles Hewins
Hello, wondering if you could add to my uncle Charles Hewins # 83111601 to his parents Annie Hewins # 71055679 and Frederick Hewins # 71055686, my grandparents, thank you, Kathleen
Added by Kathleen Hewins on Feb 14, 2013 12:47 PM
John V Whitlock and Sarah Ann
In your ancestry research were you able to find out any information on John V Whitlock born abt 1835 married to a Sarah Ann (don't know her last name) born abt 1823.
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Added by Carol on Feb 02, 2013 9:31 AM
Mary Ann
Gorney Photo Request
Just wanted to let you know that Mary Francis Gorney is buried next to Charles Gorney. I posted photos for her as well.
Added by Mary Ann on Oct 08, 2011 9:51 PM
RE: Kutch Family
Thank you!

Added by Mander on Mar 08, 2011 6:14 AM
Beranek Family

I see you have left flowers for my Grandparents (Bridget and Otto) and my Aunt (Evelyn). Did you know them? I'm working on our family tree and any information you may have would be great.


PS - I also saw that you have Tom Brunning. He was one of my Dad's best friends back in the day.
Added by Bridget129 on Feb 11, 2011 7:19 AM
Andrew Kutch
Hello. You list John and Elizabeth Kutch as the children of Andrew Kutch, buried in Holy Trinity Cemetery in New Jersey. John and Elizabeth were husband and wife, and they were my grandparents. Would you mind transferring their memorials to me? Thank you. Amanda Kutch
Added by Mander on Jan 04, 2011 9:19 AM
Eugene Whitlock and Wife
I don't know how you are finding all the information you do but good job. Regarding Eugene and Wife - were they in a car accident or something - died within days of each other. So sad. I added picture of Vito Conio and if you get a chance look into Thomas Whitlock. You can email me at home if you get more information. You seem to be really good at researching. Where were you a few years ago, could have used your talent.
Added by Carol on Mar 06, 2010 6:27 PM
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