|Terry||Josiah, Phebe and Theodore Dodd|
I am amazed that you found Josiah and especially his wife Phebe. Her stone is in better shape then I would have imagined being she died in 1843. It was sad to see that Josiah's did not fair as well. Thank you so much for looking for them and photographing there graves. I appreciate it very much.
Added by Terry on Jul 30, 2014 9:02 PM
Thank you so much for finding and posting the grave stones for the Davis' for me. It is a very nice thing to do for those of us who can't travel and get them on our own.
Added by JMD on Jul 18, 2014 10:09 PM
LOL....I know. They basically founded the town. The Dodd's were one of the first to settle in Newark and they branched out to surrounding areas. My 3rd Grandfather was one of very few who left and moved to Philadelphia. All of those in Bloomfeld cemetery are in the same family tree. I really do want to get up there someday. will take a look to see who is in my line and let you know the names.
Added by Terry on Jul 03, 2014 2:13 PM
Thank you Keith. I have many of my Dodd family in there. Not sure what one you saw. I will check that and get back to you.
Added by Terry on Jul 02, 2014 2:11 PM
|Anne Malmquist||Jessie Paine Coit|
I just received notification of your photo of the grave of Carl and Jessie Coit. Thank you so much for making the additional effort to find it!
|Bill Forshay||Thank you|
Keith: Thank you for the pictures and grave information on the family. I really appreciate all your help.
thank you for the picture of his headstone
Added by andieno on Jun 25, 2014 12:31 PM
|WMVAN||RE: Rouwert Family|
DONE, Keith, thanks for the heads up, Bill
Added by WMVAN on Jan 07, 2014 8:18 PM
|Al Hibbard||RE: Jacob Rouwerd|
Change made. Next time you have a suggestion for a find a grave record, use the Edit link in the upper right. Some things you can submit yourselves while others take a message like you made. But, the email includes link to the desired page and the changes are easier to make.
Hi Keith! I added a memorial page for George B Milliken as I did not find one for him. I borrowed the headstone picture of his wife, Alice Black Milliken but added your credit in the caption! If this is not to your liking, go ahead and add your picture to George's page and I'll remove the one I posted that I got from you. If it is OK, then just leave it. I'll be adding more from the Milliken line as I go along! George is the grandfather of my uncle Albert Milliken! Just branching out my tree! Merry Christmas!
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