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andrea price-Johnson (#46868227)
 member for 10 years, 6 months, 25 days
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Roibeard
RE: Prices and Mulfords at Evergreen Cemetery
You're very welcome. And I have to say it took me some doing to find them since I had been looking for a group of stones covered by ivy and brush, but all of that has been removed and now they are completely visible.

I have already posted some basic photos on the sites so you can get an idea of what they look like. If you can clear some space I will post more photos, such as ones of the entire grouping. They are very impressive monuments.

Also, do you know who the person by the name of Elizabeth is? I can't make out the name and it looks like it might be Pierson rather than Price or Mulford. I see that you are also interested in the Pierson/ Brittin families in First Presbyterian Churchyard in Elizabeth.

Added by Roibeard on Feb 28, 2012 10:57 AM

Roibeard
Prices and Mulfords at Evergreen Cemetery
Evergreen Cemetery recently removed all the brush and ivy from the plot where Elihu and Catherine Price; Mahlon Mulford and Anna Price Mulford; Jonathan Price and (I think) Elizabeth Mulford were buried in Section C. The headstones are now freestanding and cleared with the exception of Anna (I think again) whose stone has fallen over.

I would like to post these to the memorial pages but you might have to delete some of the existing photos for me to do so, since there is a limit of 5 free photos and the photo of the cemetery is taking up one of those spots.

I've taken shots of the stones, closeups of the inscriptions and some of the plot showing everyone. If you don't mind, I am going to post some photos where there is room so you can see how they look as of today. You can let me know if you want more of them posted.

Added by Roibeard on Feb 27, 2012 4:38 PM

Donna
RE: corrections
thank you so much-- happy holidays to you also - many blessings in the New Year.

Added by Donna on Dec 23, 2011 4:42 PM

jerseygirl
Elsie Trimmer
Thanks so much for transferring her memorial to my care! Pam

Added by jerseygirl on Sep 09, 2011 11:20 PM

jerseygirl
RE: eliz apgar
Hi, just wanted to thank you so much for transferring her memorial to my care! Also, would you mind if I used the photo for my family tree on ancestry.com? Pam

Added by jerseygirl on Aug 27, 2011 3:00 PM

Joanie Ely-Sundelof
RE: Eick
Yes, When this weather cools down and pool is not so busy, I'll have more free time to dive in to this down there..Fascinating info..Thanx again, and Oh, I added my Dad's grave and a bio to Findagrave.com as he wasn't listed..Need to get a pic of him scanned in his WW2 Army Uniform, young and handsome..TTU soon..Thanx.. Joanie

Added by Joanie Ely-Sundelof on Aug 01, 2011 5:49 PM

Joanie Ely-Sundelof
RE: Eick
Hi Again Andrea..Yes, GW Drake married to Sophia Sutton/Drake is my line. His daughter, Mary Elizabeth Drake married Peter D. Farley. Daughter, Louella Farley B.-1870, married Philip H. Ely Sr.and they had 9 or 10 children. Hazel Eick married Philip H. Jr. and my dad was their only child. I must try to get the info on George W. as you have recommended.. Thanx for all your time. Joanie :-)

Added by Joanie Ely-Sundelof on Jul 30, 2011 9:48 AM

Joanie Ely-Sundelof
Eick
I can't seem to find my grandmother Hazel Eick Ely and I know she's buried in the Eick Family graves some place in Cokesbury or Califon..If you know the name of the graveyard, please let me know..Very old and rocky. I know The Old Dutch Reformed Church graveyard is falling apart and that's where My GG Grandfather and Mother are> Casper and Louisa Ely..Came from Bavaria Germany and that's where I get stopped for my line of Elys..:-) Thanx for any help Andrea..Also, if you know anything about who the Parents are of George Washington Drake, married to Sophia (Eliza) Sutton 1830-1912>him, from Clinton Township, NJ, I would really appreciate it. Nobody seems to know who they are..Thanx again, Fondly, Joanie

Added by Joanie Ely-Sundelof on Jul 28, 2011 4:06 PM

Joanie Ely-Sundelof
RE: PETER V. FARLEY
Hello Andrea..No I didn't add any memorials, just the pic of my Dad on his€ motorcycle on one of the family grave pics that , found these in my searches for family of the days of old..I have one I will add with a pic that my dad took, of his adopted mom's grave stone>Mary Ely Woodhouse / Castiner. There may be a pic of his real mom's grave as well in Cokesbury, NJ..Must ask my mom since she has all the pics dad took before he passed in 97..I have an old pic of Louella Farley Ely with Philip Ely sr. and jr. and the rest of the Ely kids when they were young.. Scanned, just need to go to my bigger computer to add :-) I pass thru that area of Hunterdon alot when my brother and I go to Bethlehem Pa. to the Sands Casino 50 mins. from us..Feels almost like home now that I know so much more about those days.. Take Care and keep up the good work..Will let u know if I post anything you might like to check out..Ely/Farley/Eick line from Hunterdon Co. NJ.. :-)

Added by Joanie Ely-Sundelof on Jul 28, 2011 3:17 PM

Joanie Ely-Sundelof
PETER V. FARLEY
Thank You for taking the pictures of my Great Grandmother's brother's grave site. She was Louella Farley Ely 1870-1931.

Added by Joanie Ely-Sundelof on Jul 25, 2011 1:53 PM

Mark Graves
RE: Jed Graves
Thanks for trying.

Added by Mark Graves on Dec 15, 2010 11:52 AM

Mark Graves
RE: Jed Graves
thanks

Added by Mark Graves on Dec 15, 2010 11:43 AM

Mark Graves
RE: Jed Graves
I'm not 100% sure he's buried there, but his graves is listed as being there at Find-a-Grave.
It's supposed to be near 70 here tomorrow. I HATE winter.

Added by Mark Graves on Dec 15, 2010 7:02 AM

Mark Graves
RE: Jed Graves
Thank you. The Jedediah Graves that was my ancestor was married to Elizabeth Allen Graves. I am in no hurry. I'm sure it's very cold up that way. The weather here in North Florida is unusually cold. We've had lows in the 20's or below and highs only in the mid 40's the last few days. If I can ever help you or anyone from that area with anything please let me know.
Best Regards,
Mark Allan Graves
Callahan Florida

Added by Mark Graves on Dec 14, 2010 4:00 PM

Donna
RE: Ann Stout Apgar
sent you an email - please also fix the dates - thanks so much

Added by Donna on Aug 16, 2010 10:37 AM

Donna
RE: Trimmer
can you send me the # so I can find it -- thanks

Added by Donna on Aug 16, 2010 10:33 AM

AMMNY
Union Vale
This area is so full of American History all up and down these back roads. This is where a lot of it first began with all of the people that settled in this area from England, and Germany. I think this is why I love these plots so much. Most of the men and woman were so involved in the revolutionary war. Fighting to make it independent from England. One never knows the treasures we have hiding in the fields. George Washington had camps all along the road on the Hoag's property at Hoag's corner.At the Diner there is a plaque that expalins where they encameped. These people had hard lives. I suppose that is why I respect them so much. I will look for the plots near Sherman thanks for filling me in. Nice to meet you, we are local neighbors.:) Oh and by the way I found a page for the sheldon family that dates back to 1700, coming from England and ending up in the Pawling area and South of Dover. Just an FYI. best regards, Alisa

Added by AMMNY on Jul 10, 2010 11:16 AM

AMMNY
Thank you
I was very happy to see that you listed the sheldon burial site in Wingdale. Thanks so much. The pictures are well taken and I enjoyed going through them. I travel that road each day and wondered who they were. The area they are buried must have been beautiful in the early 1800s,I did find a history of their family on the net as well. Thanks again. Alisa

Added by AMMNY on Jul 09, 2010 3:44 PM

RestoreByTim
Price family
Andrea:

This plot was fun to photograph. Note how the rest of the cemetery was very well kept. Just this one plot was all frazzled. I would have liked to have spent more time clearing away brush and getting more informative photos, but I thought it best instead to fulfill other requests with my limited time. I do not live near this cemetery and went there primarily to research my own family.

Be sure to see the photos on the memorials of Mahlon Mulford and Elizabeth Addison. A stone between Elihu Price and Mahlon Mulford was toppled face-down. This is probably the stone of Anne (Price) Mulford.

The records at this cemetery were very informative. The index includes the cause of death and other information from the death certificate, and the records of the plots contain labeled diagrams of who is buried where. You may wish to re-request photos for these stones and try to get someone to photograph the record book as well. I would have done this for you, but the cemetery does only one free research request per visitor per visit and charges a $25 fee for additional research. I found the plot only because you had the foresight to call ahead and get the plot info.

Best of luck on your family research!

~Tim G.

Added by RestoreByTim on Apr 22, 2010 9:56 AM

Kevin Avery
Old Chatham Cemetery
Thanks so much for the photos of my ancestors in Old Chatham Cemetery! I appreciate your help!

Kevin

Added by Kevin Avery on Mar 03, 2010 10:57 AM

Steven Howell
Thanks
Thanks again for your help. Its great to know someone from the Califon area. Sincerely - Steve Howell

Added by Steven Howell on Feb 08, 2010 5:40 PM

SHERYL MASON REYNOLDS
RE: Vernoy Califon
Your welcome...

Added by SHERYL MASON REYNOLDS on Feb 08, 2010 7:26 AM

Steven Howell
Many thanks
Thank you so much for transferring the graves. My fathers entire family come from the Califon area and seem to have stayed there for generations. I really appreciate your offer to help and your hard work. Thanks again - Steve

Added by Steven Howell on Feb 07, 2010 5:44 PM

ditdit
RE: Howes-Loveland
I access capecodgravestones.com for historical listings and verification of dates. I am always curious on the same date death ones also. Feel free to ask.

Now back to your housework- and me back to loading pix from today.

Added by ditdit on Dec 08, 2009 3:21 PM

ditdit
Howes-Loveland
there is this bizarre listing- like at 2 she had a maiden name!!! good luck


Susannah (Howes) Lovland
(dau of Timothy & Thankful) 1806 - September 11 2

Added by ditdit on Dec 08, 2009 8:48 AM

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