|David Montague (#47701339)|
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Been doing geneology research for my family for 10+ years now. I recently volunteered as a Find-A-Grave photograph taker here in Hawaii (on Oahu specifically - Honolulu County that is). ALOHA and hopefully if there are requests out this way I can fill them for you!|
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|P. Eadie||George and Irene Dolbow|
We just returned from Asbury Cemetery where we successfully located and photographed George and Irene. I notice that the spelling on the grave stone is different than the name on the memorial page. Since the cemetery, location and the birth and death dates matched, I think we have the right persons. Which is the correct spelling? Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Apr 29, 2015 3:10 PM
|The Bull||RE: Keen Photo's|
Cool! If I have entered more of your family don't hesitate to ask for a transfer.
Added by The Bull on Aug 27, 2013 6:18 PM
|The Bull||RE: Keen Photo's|
If you are related I would be glad to transfer.
Added by The Bull on Aug 27, 2013 11:58 AM
Thanks for your email, David. I've transferred the memorial for Vivian Ott to you. Since this is a non-direct relationship, please keep in mind that if you're contacted by a family member with a more direct relationship (her children or grandchildren), you'll need to transfer the record on to that person. Thanks.
|Walter Dunn||RE: Jack L Montague, Jr. & Elizabeth (Latch) Petty|
Your very welcome.
|Tombstone Tourista||RE: Daniel Bernard Montague & Sarah Elizabeth (Dolbow) Montague|
Please send the transfer requests individually. Thanks
|Antonio Costa||Re: The Remak Family|
I have added the photos you have requested. As a point of information, it appears that a search of Remak at that cemetery will lead you to the same plot. All of the Remaks had a stone with information about birth and death and some relationships with each other. The only exception to this is Mary Remak, whom I did not find an independent stone for.
Best of Luck,
|Ken Class||RE: Haines Family|
No, there is really nothing new or different to report on that property.
The house appears to be un occupied, and the grounds are minimally taken care of. I've gone as far as to knock on the door twice. I have never had the slightest indication that anyone was there.
If you have a "Haines" ancestor, well, they could be in any cemetery in Burlington County. Every cemetery I've walked you'll find a "Haines".
There are two other issues that come to play here as well. First, the age of the stones at this point will most likely leave them in poor condition. Second, many people from this area were Quaker, and many Quakers believed it vain (a sin) to have a headstone.
If the "Haines" were affiliated with the Quakers, there may be just a small, white, marble place marker with no inscription.
Should you (or anyone else) ever find a way for legal access to the property, I would gladly look for the grave site(s). It is NOT visible from the driveway.
Stay in tropical paradise and let those of us that must be here do the leg work. Nobody comes to NJ willingly. :(
|Dee E||RE: David Frank Montague & Friendly Ursula Lofton|
You can just do a search for David
Montague in Maryland, Caroline County & the memorial will show who's maintaining it now.
Added by Dee E on Feb 01, 2012 7:21 PM