|marie lanier||RE: Thank you!|
You are so very welcome! I hope the information on the headstone is helpful to you.
you are very welcome. The Stone is really worn
Did you notice I also phot his wife and added to her memorial.
|Robin Truitt||Friends Burying Ground (Abington)|
Relatives of mine from the 1700's are not listed in the above referenced cemetery.
Thomas Hallowell Jan 6, 1679 - Dec 14, 1734 and his wife, Rosamond Till Hallowell Feb 18, 1678 - Aug 13, 1745.
Is there a list somewhere for this "burying ground" or any headstones that haven't been listed? If you can find these folks and photograph the headstones it would be great.
|Michael Milliken||Lydia Black|
I don't have explicit knowledge of the Black/Dickinson/Bierbower families, but it is possible that Lydia remarried a Dickinson after Richard died in 1848?
Rebecca Bierbower married John Milliken and had four children. When John died, she married Washington Work and had 3 more children: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=milliken&id=I2062
|Jonathan Hart||Joseph McGee at Oakland Cemetery|
Hi, according to the Oakland database, Joseph A. McGee was buried Aug. 6, 1917. I am familier with Section T at the cemetery and I will look for his grave. Best wishes, Jon Hart.
I took the photo of Harold Nelson back last year and I am still posting all the photos I took at Woodbine the first one I posted is the wrong ong I corrected it and if you go to the site you will see the right one
Added by Thayne on Mar 26, 2011 11:02 AM
I accidentally deleted the picture of the second headstone. But as soon as the 8" of snow we just got clears I will return to the plots and take the photo again!
|Christoper Niehoff||RE: Thank you!|
You are most welcome! Actually it turns out the cemetery is a lot bigger than I thought but was surrounded by a beautiful neighborhood! Also ther was another plot directly to the left and i took a picture of that to. The headstone had the same last name. Let me know if there is anything more I can assist you with:)
|C. Brad Schoening||Woodbine in Oceanport|
We still have most of the 3' of snow we received on Dec 26th on the ground. It may take a while to melt before photos can be taken.
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