|Michelle Maziarz (#47767816)|
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|I got interested in geneology about 15 years ago and then lost everything on the computer, so I had stopped for awhile. Recently I took up the passion again to find my ancestors. I am very addicted to finding out my family and where they are from and it's been very interesting. I found this site recently and realized I could now see a headstone and find out where someone was buried. I have a very long line of family in New Jersey; mostly from the Cape May region since about 1690. I am also related to the VanSants, Townsends and distantly Corson's. My other branch of the family comes from Scotland for a couple of generations then before that Ireland. |
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The Restland office provided the location for Charles and Barbara Rubarts: Court of Reflections, Lot N, Space 33. There is not a headstone at that location . . . the immediate area was also checked. The photo is of the space where the markers should be. The sidewalk is the walk between two reflecting pools. I'm sorry we weren't more help.
|John Hughes||The Rubarts Markers|
Do you have a burial location for the Rubarts requests? If not, could you please give the Restland office a call at: 972 238 7111. There are a couple of us waiting to claim your request but we need to know the location.
|KEN BROWN||HAND - EVERGREEN CEMETERY|
Elizabeth Hand is buried in Section J, Plot 125C.
Most of Section J is on a very steep slope. I was only able to look in the small flat part of the section. I did find Robert F Hand and his wife Charlotte Mames Hand, both in a Mames Family Plot. I am sure Charlotte is not your Ann. Unfortunately, I cannot go up and down the steep slope. Maybe somebody else can do it for you.
|Jean Bower||Lillian Horner - Greenwood, Tuckerton, NJ|
Regarding your photo request, I visited the plot of Nathan Rowley Horner today and found no marker for Lillian. The Tuckerton Historical Society has posted a 1999 survey of Greenwood and her name was not included at that time either; they did include names that had funeral home markers at the grave.
There's sufficient space on either side of Nathan for her. I took pictures to show the space and will be glad to send them to you if you're interested.
|Lori Jo ||RE: photo requests|
Michelle, I did finally get out to Leesburg and found Margaret Davis's gravestone. I also added Melvin Davis to the cemetery. Was he her husband? I didn't want to assume that because of the 19 years in age. (Actually my husband is 13 years older than I.)If so, I'll link them together.
Added by Lori Jo on Feb 28, 2013 7:17 AM
|Lori Jo ||photo requests|
Wow, am I discouraged. I haven't been able to find the last three grave markers for you! I know Henry Townsend Sr. and Jr. are buried at Calvary Baptist. I even found a hand-written record online as well as a plot map (cryptic) However, the closest I could find was Henry's second wife Harriet H. No sign of Roxanna Young, either.
Either my eyes are going or these people don't have markers anymore. Do you have a contact for the cemetery there? That's an elusive thing but very useful in times like these. I know who the pastor is but they usually don't deal with the cemetery.
I'm going to try and find Hattie Young this morning, up at Petersburg. Will be in touch!
Added by Lori Jo on Feb 19, 2013 8:06 AM
|Dianne Delitto||RE: Edwin Stewart Hewitt, Jr.|
Not related; New Calvary gave me the information when I called
|Dianne Delitto||Edwin Stewart Hewitt, Jr.|
Edwin Stewart Hewitt, Jr is buried at Holy Cross Burial and Mausoleum in East Brunswick, NJ, not at New Calvary in Parlin.
|Lori Jo ||Henry Townsend|
Michelle, I found out that the Ocean View/Woodland Cemetery was incorporated as a cemetery in 1892. I wonder if Henry might be at Seaville Methodist Cemetery, along with other Townsend graves moved there...will look into it.
meanwhile, here's a link to article about this place: http://www.capemaycountyherald.com/article/news/ocean+view/78618-time+stands+still+local+cemetery
Added by Lori Jo on Jan 23, 2013 1:39 PM
|Lori Jo ||RE: Fritz Witte|
Michelle, I found Fritz and Joanna...feeling rather sheepish...but I do think Joanna was his second wife since Harriet died way back in 1964. I will pursue this a bit...will look up marriage(s).
Added by Lori Jo on Nov 12, 2012 7:23 AM
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