|Pam Gleason (#47827606)|
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I am interested in Colvell, McDaniels, Potts, Poinsett, Reed, and Wilson family history. |
You have my permission to use any of the photos that I have uploaded to Find A Grave giving credit to me.
I am attempting to photograph all of the tombstones in Beverly National Cemetery and upload those that have not yet been included on FindAGrave. As of July 25, 2013 I have completed reviewing and adding any missing markers in sections 1,2,3,A,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,K,OA,O,Q.
To date I have also photographed sections N,P,R,S,T,U,and Z and will review and upload those as I have the time.
Remaining sections to photograph are J,L,M,MA,V,W,X,Y.
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|Debbie Hadley||Laura Reed at Jacobstown|
I visited the Jacobstown Baptist Cemetery (NJ) this afternoon, which is a fairly large cemetery. I found a headstone for a Laura C. Reed, which someone has buried so the dates can't be seen. The only part of the inscription I can see notes that Laura C. is the daughter of Doughty and Kate S. Reed. She was buried in a family plot along with several siblings, and the parents Doughty and Kate or Catharine. I created memorials for the other Reeds in this plot and uploaded the photos. If you search the cemetery listings for Doughty Reed, you should see that I've linked the family together and you can view those photos.
Could this be your Laura Reed? I noticed the obituary from which this memorial was created is for a Laura W. Reed, but I've seen many women with varied middle initials in my own family research. If you believe the stone I found, Laura the daughter of Doughty and Kate, is the one you have requested, please message me and I will upload the photo.
Thank you for the super job you are doing with photos I am happy to see them added. I did not have any prior information regarding the two, but a google search indicated they were indeed twins killed in the same plane crash. The first search result with "Fort Dix, NJ Jet Crashes Into Soldiers, Aug 1951" will have a copy of the article.
Added by Robert on Aug 28, 2013 10:07 AM
Fantastic! It is good to see that the veterans in Beverly are being cared for. By walking the cemetery and adding pictures, you are sure to get everyone. Thank you so much for what you are doing. It is time consuming but well worth it. As you know, so many of the earlier grave markers start to show wear and will become harder to read. I am happy to know that this cemetery has you and is in good hands. I have moved on to other cemeteries that are not as lucky.
I wish you well in your project and will continue to add corrections/additions.
The VAs National Gravesite Locator online provided
the information I added, but the markers themselves are so much better. Thanks again, Denise
Added by DeniseL on Jul 25, 2013 8:22 AM