|Jack Delaney (#47858033)|
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|I have been doing family research for years now. I was traveling to Pennsylvania with my wife, Gail, and we would walk for hours looking for family members graves. Then someone told me about Find-A-Grave. I think it is a great tool and I encourage anyone with some spare time to help out. |
I am a retired Captain from the Morris County Sheriff's Office.
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|P Jones||William & Charlotte McMillan|
Thank you so much for photographing the gravestones of my gr-gr-great grandparents. I just noticed your pictures on their sites. I most likely will never see that cemetery in person. I'm guessing you just took a few more shots of stones while you were out there. Lucky for me! I appreciate it.
Added by P Jones on Apr 06, 2013 4:57 PM
|Mona Anderson||Edward KIng|
Thank you so much for this photo! Eddie was a cousin of mine.
|seekingancestors||Florence R. Todd, Ulysses & Ernest|
Thank you so much Jack for going above and beyond to get the photos not only of Florence and her husband's markers but also of the young son we did not know about. We have added him to our genealogy information for my grandmother's sister's family. It was great of you to make a second trip to locate the graves. seekingancestor
|Julie C||Jospeh Darylmple|
Thank you so much for the photo and information!
It is amazing that a stone of that age even still exists.
Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
Added by Julie C on Jul 25, 2012 2:10 PM
|seekingancestors||Florence R. Todd Photo Request|
Hi Jack, I thank you for your effort but you got the wrong Todd couple. I don't know who they are. I was looking for my Grandmother's sister Florence R. Todd 25 Oct 1887-31 Jul 1965 and her husband Ulysses G. Todd who died in 1947. I called the church for directions and they confirmed the correct Todds are in the plot listed. Therefore they must be in that area but possibly not as far or further down that lane and 3 to 4 stones in. After all Todd is not an uncommon name. If you don't mind please try again or let me know and I can repost it. Thank you! seekingancestor
Thank you for taking all the photos!