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J Geoghan (#47007204)
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Bio Photo I'm working on a project to get photos of ALL gravestones of my family. A BIG project to be sure but a lot of fun. Our family names are Wells, Geoghan, Weber, Erbig, Rogers, Stillman, Crandall, Green, Maxson and many more. We're mostly concentrated in the North East. CT, RI, NY, NJ mostly.
I'm happy to transfer memorials for non-family members of mine. I assisted in entering in many cemeteries so have lots of non-family members under my name.
I'm also a writer and have written a series of Novels using real life Wells Family ancestors of mine as characters. Called The Purity of Blood Novels, they are for sale as ebooks on
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Aline Burdette
Rogers, Crandall, and Stillman

I wonder if we could be related at some point. My fourth great grandfather was Lester Rogers (memorial # 45443557). I have Crandalls and Stillmans in my line as well.
Also, would you allow me to upload Lester's headstone photo to my tree on Ancestry? Your profile didn't say whether you allow that or not so it would only be polite to ask first. :)
Thank you for all the work you do for Find A Grave!
Added by Aline Burdette on Oct 31, 2015 5:59 PM
RE: Staker Family
Hi, I just claimed both Jeremiah and Christopher. I will take the photos soon. Thanks.
Added by Marcial on Oct 14, 2015 5:35 PM
Staker Family
J. Geoghan,
Photo volunteers need the exact graves locations. CALVARY CEMETERY has the largest number of interments (3 million) of any cemetery in the United States. The Cemetery occupies 365 acres divided into 71 sections, and each section has plots (rows) and ranges, and each range has several graves with numbers. Please call Calvary Cemetery office at (718) 786-8000 then go to “EDIT PLOT” and fill out the information given to you (SECTION, RANGE, PLOT and GRAVE NUMBER). Otherwise the photographers wouldn't know where to go. Thank you.
Added by Marcial on Oct 14, 2015 8:50 AM
Nancy Ann Norman
62688198 Isaac Ross Taylor
Could I please have this memorial? He is a direct ancestor. Where did you get his picture?
Added by Nancy Ann Norman on Sep 17, 2015 10:04 PM
Patricia Moore Faller
RE: Mrs. Jennie Dann
She was my Great Grandmother and here is the information on her, as I put the Gravestone on her grave and her husbands in 1986 as they did not have one and cost me $90.00 and I could not put many words on it and you have a picture of it on the site.
Harriet Virginia "Jennie" Malloy Dann.
Born 8 December 1856 Madison, NC.
Died 26 June 1936 in Orlando, Florida.
Thank you for putting Find a Graves on and I hope you will put this information on her site.
I am on at My Moore and Treadwell Family Tree site, with more information about her and her family.
Patricia Moore Faller
Added by Patricia Moore Faller on Sep 03, 2015 11:53 AM
Jonathan Rogers in Cedar Grove New London
Hi-I just put in a photo for Jonathan and his wife Lucretia White. I'm sorry the photo is awful, but his stone is in constant shade, and never sees the sun, because its shaded by a cedar tree. Just a little bit of light was shining on his stone. In the future, I'll try to get a better photo for you. In the meantime, this one will have to do. Irma
Added by Irma on Jan 26, 2015 10:19 AM
Dianne McFerran
Huff transfer
Thank you so much for sharing William's memorial with me - I truly appreciate your generosity and goodwill! God bless you and yours, Dianne
Added by Dianne McFerran on Dec 19, 2014 3:35 PM
James Charles Rogers III
The death year is wrong. Look at the pictures of the headstone. It is 1853.

"Sabbath Recorder," and the source book; James Rogers of New London, Conn., and His Descendants, Printer in 1902. by James Swift Rogers. Disagree on the year that Maxson was born on Mar. 17, 1791 or 1793. And disagree on the death date. The "Sabbath Recorder," says Feb. 26, 1853 in his 60th year. And the source book says; Feb. 16, 1851 in Brooklyn, New York. And the headstone says; birth as Mar. 17, 1793, and the death date as; Feb. 26, 1853. The headstone, I believe is right.
Added by James Charles Rogers III on Dec 07, 2014 8:50 PM
Michelle Shreve
Beriah Wells

I see back in 2012 you did a photo request for Beriah Wells, #79862217, and said he was a cousin of yours. He is a direct line ancestor of my husbands. I would really appreciate it if you could take off your old photo request and do a resubmit so the request would go out again. I find doing this sometimes helps to get those elusive photos. I'm particularly interested in seeing the tombstone photo (if there is actually one to be found)so I can use it as partial proof of birth/death dates for Beriah as I am doing the gen. research for my husband to join the Mayflower society through Beriah's line. Any help you can give me with this will be greatly appreciated. I am also curious to know exactly how you are related to Beriah, maybe through brother Stephen? Looking forward to hearing back from you. Thanks!

Added by Michelle Shreve on Nov 15, 2014 5:16 AM
Deb Butler
Elixa Mary Avery Morgan
Eliza is buried in North Burial ground in Providence RI
I am still looking for her husbnd Avery Morgan
Added by Deb Butler on Nov 08, 2014 8:04 PM
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