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Even before I began my journey into genealogy research,I was fascinated with cemeteries. Always have been. I love to take photos in cemeteries and if that hobby can help someone move further on their family history path, all the better. I'm in the Orlando area.|
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I visited the lot of Henry again yesterday. The maker turned over is not Henry's it is that of Lewis Kessler. Henry is buries to the far left of the lot with no marker. The plot map does not show the markers in the same order as they are on the lot. Sorry for the mix up. Patty
Added by Patty on May 17, 2015 5:16 AM
The headstone is turned over and can't be read.
Added by Patty on May 14, 2015 8:13 PM
Hi again ... I found your tree on ancestry.com and yup, we are 7th cousins via our common George Moore ancestor. I hope you enjoyed you Thanksgiving and great connecting here!
Added by lfritts9 on Nov 27, 2014 7:28 PM
That is super cool and we are prob related because my entire father's side is from Hunterdon County and are all buried at Musconnectong or Spruce Run. Did you visit either of those when in NJ? I also have a Conrad Emery ancestor whose name is sometimes Hummerich in some records. His father was Johan Heinrich Hammer 1696-1759. Does that fit into your Hummers anywhere? Do you use ancestry.com? I have huge tree out there - you can look me up out there as lfritts9 user name or German Jersey Girl tree name.
Added by lfritts9 on Nov 27, 2014 6:20 PM
It must be your lucky day . . . I only took that photo because it was so unique! I had no idea there was a request for the photo. So glad I could help. It was my first visit to Amwell and it is a beautiful cemetery up on a hill overlooking beautiful farmlands and rolling hills. Know that your Hummer is for sure resting peacefully there.
Added by lfritts9 on Nov 26, 2014 6:09 PM
|Pamela Kohl Spetla||Carleton Walborn|
Put Carleton's death notice on Find A Grave and have more pic's on Ancestry.com, if interested.
|Elizabeth||Barfield headstone photos|
Thank you so much for taking the Barfield headstone photos. It is much appreciated! :)
|c d||Broomes in West Virginia|
Tons of Broomes listed in WV. See if this link works. You can view birth, marriage, and death.
The link is to births:
Added by c d on Jul 11, 2014 12:44 PM
|c d||RE: Broomes|
Maybe you can ask the other people that have taken photos of the other Broomes you are related to to add info. Did you look at the Broome's in New Freedom Cemetery? Do you think you are related to the Brooms in New Freedom too, or is it only Broome?
Added by c d on Jul 11, 2014 12:36 PM
|Marilyn Hamill||RE: Carleton Eugene Walborn gravestone|
It's some masonic thing. Are you related? I found his picture and that of his mother in an antique store, rescued and researched them, and found them on Find-A-Grave. If you are related, would you like the picture for $3.00 plus postage?
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