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Beverly Kirby-McDonough (#46873658)
 member for 10 years, 10 months, 16 days
robert duckworth
john duckworth
is this the john duckworth that came from england. i guess you would not know because of date.

Added by robert duckworth on Sep 21, 2017 3:01 PM

MacKay 45
David Vansyckel
I didn't find your site because I searched for David Van Syckel. I am used to a space after the Van but I have seen it occasionally written together. While your site was posted earlier, it has very little information. Wouldn't it be easier to just add the phrase from the gravestone and the picture and the link to the daughter on my site. Otherwise, I will work on transferring the data I have.

Added by MacKay 45 on Aug 07, 2017 4:57 AM

Bronx Aquarian
RE: Lily Weatherby Downs at Woodlawn
Glad to help.

Added by Bronx Aquarian on Jun 16, 2017 10:19 PM

squadron a association
Trooper James H. Wickersham
On behalf of the late Troopers of Squadron A, we THANK YOU for your help and service.

Vince Katinas
Squadron A Association

Added by squadron a association on Jun 10, 2017 10:52 AM

CAPT Sharon Davis, USN (Ret)
Thank you so much for the transfers! It's greatly appreciated.

Added by CAPT Sharon Davis, USN (R... on Jun 09, 2017 9:05 PM

Jeff Hall
RE: Ugo J. Nicusanti
Hello Beverly, thank you for the photo added. Good work. It looks like the other photos were added by another contributor, so I don't have the ability to delete those photos, that can only be done by that contributor. All the best, Jeff.

Added by Jeff Hall on May 28, 2017 10:21 AM

Sharon Thorwarth Seeley
RE: Dalrymple Infant
Hello Beverly, Thank you for all your help. It would be great to have the D.C. of both mother and child for Mike's ancestry files of the Dalrymple family. Thanx, Sharon

Added by Sharon Thorwarth Seeley on May 24, 2017 7:48 AM

DANIEL J Goodall-Williams
Norman Williams
Thank you so much! I really appreciate this. Dan

Added by DANIEL J Goodall-Williams on May 21, 2017 3:00 PM

Sharon Thorwarth Seeley
RE: Margaret May Dalrymple
Hello Beverly, The name of the church was the Hampton Baptist Church and is located between Main Street and Lower Skillman Street. The building was Zimmermons Funeral Home, which closed, then sold and then then it became a private residence, but is currantly empty. At one time I believe the persons making it into a home wanted the graves relocated, but that never happened. Any help would be appreciated. Thanx, Sharon

Added by Sharon Thorwarth Seeley on May 15, 2017 4:53 PM

Sharon Thorwarth Seeley
RE: Margaret May Dalrymple
Your welcome. I will tell Mike that you will find out the babies name and he can add it to his ancestry. Do you know, or know of anyone who knows anything about the small Baptist Cemetery in Hampton, NJ? My ancestors are buried in there, but several of the headstones are knocked down, missing , etc. My GGGrandfather, Mordecai Roberts Shrope and his wife, Hester are buried someplace in there. He was in the Civil War. His and Hester's obit is in the Washington Star newspaper, of which I have both. It took me a long time to find out where they were buried, but unfortunaelty now that I have, there is no headstone. I grew up in Hampton and that Cemetery used to have many headstones. I am not sure how to find out the plot they were buried in. I called the clerk in Hampton, but she was of no help. I also asked at the Flemington Historical Society and they suggested the town clerk. Any help you may be able to offer would be appreciated. Thanx, Sharon

Added by Sharon Thorwarth Seeley on May 01, 2017 7:10 PM

Steve Balliet
Joseph Balliet
Hi Beverly,
I think you know me, I was in the Milford Historical Society before moving to Virginia. Here is my question: We don't know where Joseph Balliet is buried. His wife, Louisa, his son and his wife, William and Lydia are buried at the top of the hill on the right side, the tall obelisk. Joseph and Louisa moved from Easton to Milford sometime, I think, in the 1850's. My suspicion is Joseph also might be buried there, but never had his name on the stone. Is there a list somewhere of who is buried in the Union Cemetery? How would I find out? Any help might solve this mystery.
Steve Balliet

Added by Steve Balliet on Apr 24, 2017 8:29 AM

Wallace G Lane Jr
RE: Volckmer at Green-Wood
No, I fulfilled a request(s) for individuals in Lot 14870 section 172 awhile back. Good luck with your research!

Added by Wallace G Lane Jr on Dec 01, 2016 5:48 PM

Mary Jo Andrade Burkhard
George Cole
Hi, i was looking at and going through some of the requests today and deleting some that already had tombstone pictures attached to them. i deleted your request by mistake. Didn't know how to bring it back. Could you please put the request in again. i was planning on looking this weekend. Sorry and thanks. MJ

Added by Mary Jo Andrade Burkhard on Aug 19, 2016 1:19 PM

Raymond Sassman
Hello Thank you so very much for completing my request and the great picture.

Sorry this message is late but we were on vacation.


Added by Raymond Sassman on Jul 19, 2016 5:30 PM

Raymond Sassman
Hello, Thank you for taking your time to complete my request1! and thank you for the great picture!!!

This message is late because we were on vacation!!


Added by Raymond Sassman on Jul 19, 2016 5:20 PM

RE: John Suydam FARGIS
THANK YOU for the source citation - it's perfect! Have a great weekend. LG

Added by LostGeneration on Jul 02, 2016 6:09 AM

John Fargis #141875573
What is your source for the middle name Suydam? Thx, LG

Added by LostGeneration on Jul 01, 2016 8:23 AM

Raymond Sassman
Hi Beverly Thanks for the great picture and for taking your time to complete my request!!!


Added by Raymond Sassman on Jun 29, 2016 5:14 PM

Claire Hanson
Thanks for the photo!
Beverly - Thanks so much for taking the photo of the gravestone of William Long Smith in Milford.
Wish I could do my own research for my father's family of Smiths in Hunterdon. William is my 2nd great-great uncle. -Claire Smith Hanson

Added by Claire Hanson on Jun 28, 2016 4:13 PM

Caroline Rittenhouse
Thank you for photographing the Henry B./ Caroline Rittenhouse monument.

The stone is misleading. Her maiden name is Cooley and her middle name was Forman.

Henry B. Rittenhouse New Jersey Marriages, 1678-1985 marriage: 24 Jun 1854 spouse: Caroline F. Cooley

Her parents were John Lippincott Cooley and Sarah Pursel. John is buried in Milford Christian Churchyard.

John & Sarah were parents of eight children: Mary Vanderbilt 1823-1887, Abigail Rittenhouse 1825-1873, Elizabeth 1827-1842, George 1828-1891, William 1830-1891, Caroline, John 1836-1912, and Jacob 1838-1874. Children, spouses, dates: from Princeton manuscript. File: "Cooley family papers"

New Jersey will: 7603J 1876

Thanks for your time,
Roberta from Massachusetts

Added by Roberta on Jun 27, 2016 8:24 AM

RE: Gorman Transfers at Woodlawn
My pleasure Beverly, sorry it took so long, I just forgot.


Added by Saratoga on Jun 02, 2016 7:01 PM

Susan K Richard
RE: Emma Sourbeck Lawler
You are so very welcome!! She is part of my husband's family, so wanted to pull them all together as much as I could.

Thank you so much for letting me know you appreciate my efforts. It is so much fun!


Added by Susan K Richard on Apr 03, 2016 7:40 PM

Bob Thomas
RE: William Bloom Cooley Documentation
Thank you!

I will try to stop by the Archives sometime.

Added by Bob Thomas on Apr 03, 2016 3:22 PM

Bob Thomas
William Bloom Cooley documentation
Dear Beverly,

Thank you for all your fine contributions to findagrave. I see that you have supplied a death certificate for William Bloom Cooley.

I have relatives who passed away in NJ near that date and would like to view death certificates for them for the genealogical information that the certificates might have. Could you please tell me if you know a way to search for those certificates on line?


Bob Thomas

Added by Bob Thomas on Mar 28, 2016 2:37 PM

Beverly J. Rothman
Edwin Kirby

I have Edwin's death certificate which does not list the names of his parents. He was born in NYC, his father was born in West Chester County, NY and his mother in Hempstead, Long Island. His wife's parents were Peter and Elizabeth. Edwin and Anna only had one son Edwin Jr who died at 10 months. I am related through the Lynans. How are you connected?

Feel free to email me directly:

(I like your name!).

Added by Beverly J. Rothman on Mar 21, 2016 3:44 PM


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