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|If anyone wants any of my pictures, feel free to use them. I am doing this to fill families voids, find lost loved ones and the complete genealogies.|
If I have control over a grave and it is your family, I have no problem giving them to you.
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|Cathy Alton||Marilyn Sargent|
On memorial number 117032262, do you know who this is? I'm looking for a woman with this name who was the child of Keeler Sargent and Maybelle MacDonald. She lived in Edinburg, NY. Thanks!
|Ray Smalley||John Smalley|
My name is Ray SMalley. I am 10X garndson of John Sr (through John Jr) both of whom I assume are buried in family plot or Kilmer Cemtery.
I would like to go to the grave and wonder if I could actually find it. I am in Bridgewater and want to take my sons there this weekend (4/5/14).
You mentioned you were around the corner from there; any way of meeting up?
Thank you for all of your work sorting out the records for this burial site and for the lovely photos. I too am a descendant living in Iowa and not likely to ever visit New Jersey so it means a lot to see these memorials. Best wishes to you in your graving.
|tim dixon||John smalley 1615|
I saw ur note on camp Kilmer graveyard . If u go to Piscataway public library - they have a "smalley" folder ( in the local history room) along with folders of other Piscataway early settlers. In that folder is an article ( undated and from a newspaper unknown) about the "pioneer family plot" on the camp . That's where the faded picture comes from. His grave is there and prolly several others ( his wife for sure) I believe one of his sons wills may mention being buried in the smalley family burial grounds.
There should only be one graveyard name listed ( as you have noted) I suggest the original name as stayed in the John smalley(1615) will. I'm willing to give u control of mine if you can tell me how .
If your going to clean it up u will need a chain saw---- the stream behind the graveyard is undermining and will eventually destroy the whole thing. Lets get the city of Edison to put some attention to that . I had talked to the mayors office there about 8 months ago. Good luck and let me kno .
|Valerie ||Dorothy Gowdy|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to photograph my husbands cousin headstone for me. I really appreciate it, thanks!
Added by Valerie on Sep 15, 2013 7:41 AM
|Craig Goodwin-Ortiz de León||Goodwin photo|
Thank you so much for taking a photo of my grandmother, Mary Goodwin's grave.
It is in fact a double plot. My grandfather passed last year and we haven't interred his ashes yet.
|Therese Klopfenstein||Donald Tharp's gravestone photo|
I want to thank you so much for photographing Donald Tharp's headstone. It is a great addition to his memorial!
|Mary Ann Loss||Schlosser graves|
Thanks, Jeff, for the grave photos. Now, I just have to start piecing the puzzle together. I don't know the relationship between the Baldaufs and Schlossers. Certainly there must have been one for them to share a headstone. Take good care, MA
|Mary Ann Loss||Baldaufs at Resurrection|
Thanks, Jeff, for the three Baldauf grave photos. Now, my SIL has volunteered to pay for George's stone engraving. Yea! MA
|Mairzy Truex||John Smalley's Grave|
Thank you for trying to find it. I live a long way away. I had seen on ancestry.com and Find A Grave that my ancestor was buried there and I hoped to see what the stone looked like. I appreciate your help. He died so long ago that I don't know who would know more. Maybe his is an unmarked grave. I will see if there are records in a town nearby that could confirm burial information. That sometimes works.
Again, Thank you again.
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