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J. Antal
RE: Ronald Sexton
You're very welcome. Glad to do it.
Added by J. Antal on Mar 30, 2015 5:46 AM
Noel Rose
RE: Carl and Catherine Hellwig
The letter and numbers carved on recent headstones are a very helpful means to find a particular grave. The first burials were located in the "A" field. Stone monuments are placed in rows within that field and carved from say "A-1," to "A-20." Then imagine a platoon of soldiers standing in rank. The first soldier next to the monument would be say "A-14, Row 1, Section 1. In your case, the headstone is 28 places from the right front of the monument, and 5 places back from that front point.

Currently, new burials have reached the "P" and "Q" fields. Generally, a spouse is buried along with the first deceased, and a updated headstone replaces the original. Most of the 40,000+ headstones aren't marked; and it takes a little practice counting rows and sections to find the desired headstone. Also, some fields have "broken" rows due to topography. The Garrison Forest website has a sample map of most of the fields. --- Noel J. Rose
Added by Noel Rose on Mar 22, 2015 7:53 PM
RE: Lothar Joseph Staudenmaier
Went by the nickname "Fritz".
Came to this country at age 17 from Germany. He left behind his father (a music teacher) his brother and a step-mother. Settled in Annandale NJ where he lived almost all of his life.
Was a butcher by trade. Served in the US Army during WW2 as a cook at Fort Dix, NJ
He and my grandmother were engaged for 37 years. They never married but lived together. He and my grandmother raised my brother and me when we were taken from an abusive home. After my grandmother died in 1969 Fritz found a new relationship.
Married very late in life to widow Evana Storr. Had no children. He died before Evana and is buried in Allerton Cemetery - on the outskirts of Annandale.
Added by Anonymous on Sep 16, 2014 9:47 AM
RE: Lothar Joseph Staudenmaier

Information on Lothar Joseph Staudenmaier. If it will not open let me know and I will try something else.
Added by Anonymous on Sep 15, 2014 11:39 AM
Judy Samson-Shealy
RE: Grace Marie Hughes Blaum
I took it from New York, Passenger lists, 1820-1957.
Added by Judy Samson-Shealy on Aug 23, 2014 7:14 AM
RE: Baldwin Family
There are a bunch of Huges in there who appear to be related to Porters. There are even more Porters in there.
Added by Brewerbob on Aug 21, 2014 2:01 PM
RE: Baldwin Family
Added by Brewerbob on Aug 21, 2014 1:56 PM
RE: Hughes Family
Added by Brewerbob on Aug 21, 2014 1:55 PM
RE: Baldwin Family
I haven't been back to the cemetery in awhile. It's only 2 or 3 miles so I could if you'd like. However, the order of the pictures would suggest that from left to right would be John, Sam, Ann Eliz, and finally Charles. Looking at the church from the cemetery, I started in the left most corner and worked my way across. The Baldwin's are in the first row closest to the building. I do not have a picture of the entire cemetery as it is along side of the church and the ground slopes down. I hope this helps. If you'd like a picture of all of the headstones in a single frame, let me know.
Added by Brewerbob on Aug 20, 2014 8:57 PM
The Navigator
Andrew Staudenmaier

Neither myself nor my husband are related to Andrew Staudenmaier. If you are related I would be happy to transfer him to you. I also have the memorials for Anna and Catherine Staudenmaier. Just let me know.

Added by The Navigator on Aug 13, 2014 8:38 PM
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