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All Zinkers!
A Virtual Cemetery created by: Chrissie εїз
Description: "White Bronze" markers are actually made from zinc. The fancy white bronze name was a marketing ploy to make the zinc material sound more attractive. The white bronze markers came from the Monumental Bronze Company,Bridgeport, Conn & its later subsidiaries. The markers were sold nationwide. General timeframe for these markers is 1870s to 1912.The colors can be pale grey to a very pale baby blue.The markers are hollow so there will be vertical seams at the corners.Sometimes poor quality repairs are made with steel screws that can rust & cause discoloration.These zinc markers have stood the test of time better than their neighboring contemporary stone markers.WILLIAM MAXWELL was my first Zinker find Other of Mine THE BACON'S & THE RUSSELL'S
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Woodruff, John H. 13782624
b. unknown d. 1892
Peapack Reformed Church C...
Gladstone
Somerset County
New Jersey, USA
Zellfelder, Freddie 11351582
b. Feb. 28, 1881 d. Oct. 23, 1882
Egg Harbor City Cemetery
Egg Harbor City
Atlantic County
New Jersey, USA
Zellfelder, Frida 11351506
b. Aug. 7, 1877 d. Oct. 8, 1882
Egg Harbor City Cemetery
Egg Harbor City
Atlantic County
New Jersey, USA
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