|Sarah Chaikin (#47691041)|
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I have had a long-standing interest in genealogy after finding, as a young teen, a family history written by my great grandfather.|
Find A Grave is a very useful resource for genealogical research and I really appreciate the seriousness and accuracy that contributors strive for with their posts.
I am happy to fulfill photo requests when I can. I find that photos of my ancestors grave sites are a great asset and provide me with a sense of connection that I otherwise wouldn't have.
Any photos I add to Find A Grave may be copied and used for any non-commercial purpose. If responding to any of my photo requests, please assume that I will copy the photos to my genealogical site. If this presents a problem for you, please do not fulfill the request.
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|Carol Chakurda||RE: Workman's Circle, Atlantic County, NJ|
Hi! I'm glad you will be able to visit that cemetery. I find it very peaceful. If I remember correctly, once you are sure you entered the correct cemetery - there are two side by side with identical entrances - I think you want the second entrance closest to the shopping center. With your back to the street, the Workman's Circle should be to the left side, just past the tall monuments that were placed for the Shriners and hotel fire victims. The Workman's Circle markers are low and mark just the beginning and end of the row(s).
|In Search Of||Esther V. Schindler Epstein|
She has been transferred over to you, for your care. TY
|Carol Chakurda||Workman's Circle|
I did take a photo shortly after your families of a marker for the Workman's Circle! I did not know what it was, so I failed to mark the beginning and end of that section, but yes, your family is there! I will add another photo of that marker. :)
|Carol Chakurda||Chaiken's at Rodef Shalom|
I'm sorry, I did not notice anything special about this section. They do have some special areas of the cemetery. They ones I noticed were the Holocaust Survivors section which was created in the late 1970's so there are many survivors buried in the other sections as well, the Shriners area, and Paupers Field. Out of respect for those buried in Paupers Field I will not mark them as being in a special section. I will however, try to remember to designate the Holocaust Survivors and Shriners when I start entering their information. I photographed this entire cemetery in August, and it took me 3 full 9 hour days. I took over 4,000 pictures of markers in this cemetery and it will take me most of the winter to get them all entered!
Thank you for the Roberts family photos.
Added by K Lasko on Dec 26, 2012 7:33 AM
|Mona Anderson||Robert & Effie Boyer Walker|
Thanks for this photo. It gave me the dates for her husband which I didn't have. You are a much hardier soul than I am! I quit walking cemeteries if it's below 60 degrees! ;-)
Thanks so much for the Photos. Really appreciate it. It looks very cold
Hello Sarah and welcome to FindAGrave! I didn't mention Benjamin Franklin Kendall because I don't know where he's buried, and haven't found his memorial here on FindAGrave yet. Do you know where his final resting place is? If so, I'll gladly link to his memorial!