|Donovan Ackley (#47523420)|
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|Karen (Grace) Weatherhead||RE: Grace|
John E Grace 1756 - 1835 ? He is my 5X Great Grandfather. My cousin did a huge article on The Graces of Southern NJ that was published by the Cape May Historical Society.
|Brenda Runyon||RE: Lewis Waller photo|
|Donald Owens||Bertha and William Boyd|
Hello again. My theory about the location of these graves was incorrect. I was able to locate the Boyds' headstone yesterday. I've uploaded the photo today to both their sites. With regard to the stone, it's quite beautiful and in good condition. However, the stone is beginning to develop a coating of lichen and should be cleaned soon.
|Donald Owens||The Boyds|
As implied in my earlier message, there are no markers for William and Bertha Boyd. I think their graves are unmarked.
|Donald Owens||William and Bertha Boyd|
I've learned that William And Bertha are buried in Lot 75, Section D, Spaces 2 and 3, respectively, of the Walnut Grove Cemetery. This lot is owned by Alma Boyd Crow, who is buried in an adjoining space among other family members: Harry Kaho Crow, Lotta Kaho Crow, Harold Kaho Crow, Donald Boyd Crow and Lois Cochran Crow (with Baby Crow). The markers for these people are arranged symmetrically around a larger stone bearing only the name CROW. The two spaces which I think are occupied by William and Bertha would complete the symmetry.
I will try to visit the cemetery office on Monday, 6/3, to gain confirmation of my surmise. If I'm correct, I'll upload a photo or two.
Hi, I found on the stone for your great great grandfather his exact age when he died, I mention it because you have his birth as "unknown". Died Feb 26 1881 aged 77 Years 10 Mos. & 16 Days. So born 1803, April, the 6th.
The memorial stones for your ancestors are quite large but are obscured by a dead broken limb. You might wish to contact the graveyard caretaker to make sure it is trimmed (good to let them know someone still cares.)