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Loretta (#47017365)
 member for 8 years, 8 months, 15 days
Audrey (McConnell) Calger
RE: Arlene Holdsclaw
Hello, you are welcome. Sorry I cannot be do further help,
I just run around in the cemeteries and take pictures.😀

Added by Audrey (McConnell) Calger on Sep 25, 2016 11:28 PM

All Souls Cemetery
If you add plot #s to memorials that you have photo requests for, I will try to take & post them before the snow flies.

Rich O'Keefe

Added by richokeefe on Aug 22, 2012 12:06 PM

Michael Sparkman
Stella Collins
My name is Michael Sparkman and I live in Kentucky. My dad is Bobby Sparkman and his mother was Stella Collins, she passed when my dad was four years old. Dad said that Eli Collins (Stella's Brother) had a daughter named Loretta and I was wondering if that was you. If so I would love to get some information on my dad's family. I loved the picture on Edd Collins' page of him and Granny Flora. Can you please let me know if I am "barking up the right tree" LOL

Added by Michael Sparkman on Mar 01, 2012 7:01 AM

Ken Class
Halasz in Groveville
This is the only Halasz I found in Groveville.

Added by Ken Class on Feb 14, 2012 2:32 PM

RE: Halasz Headstone/gravesites
you have to add the person first, before you can request the picture

Added by Kat on Feb 08, 2012 10:49 AM

RE: Halasz Headstone/gravesites
if you have verified with the cemetery that they are there, why don't you add them and request a photo, there are several people up in that area who do the photo requests for that cemetery. I seldom go there anymore as my graving partner moved out of that area.

Added by Kat on Feb 07, 2012 12:44 PM

Louis Pecek
RE: DiRenzo - Campana
Campana is a parish family name from the "old days" You probably know that the interments at St, Paul Cemetery have been "catalogued" by someone from the Euclid Historical Soc. Go to and you'll find out if there are other DiRenzo and/or Campana people there. LP

Added by Louis Pecek on Nov 19, 2011 11:37 AM

Louis Pecek
RE: DiRenzo - Campana
St. Paul parish closed in Nov. 2009. Fortunately the custodian at that time computerized locations and headstones, and I was deacon there for 27 yrs. As you face the cemetery entrance, look all the way to your right, toward the rectory bldg. The DiRenzo stone is the 2nd stone from the street in the very first row of graves. Louis Pecek

Added by Louis Pecek on Nov 19, 2011 10:15 AM

F. Hylton
Helen Kedocia
Sorry, not no kin

Added by F. Hylton on Nov 17, 2011 3:12 PM

Phil Cheek
RE: Anderson Cemetery
You are very welcome.

Added by Phil Cheek on Aug 10, 2011 8:51 PM

Charles Wilton
RE: Wren Family
No problem at all. Berea Cemetery is right across the street.

Added by Charles Wilton on Aug 24, 2010 2:14 PM

I found 139 articles on the Halasz families in NJ Historical Newspapers on site, including an obit for Susan Halasz..i sent it to you here but it gave me a message they have to review the content first so hopefully you will receive it here soon. The above is a pay site but there is a free trial I think.

Added by Jerseyties on Jun 19, 2009 9:57 PM

RE: Halasz
I have found quite a few articles on Halasz in NJ
this one should be of special interest to you because I believe it is about the people you mentioned:

Date: 1935-07-05; Paper: Trenton Evening Times

Rites Tomorrow for Stove Burn Victim

The funeral of Mrs. Susan Halasz, wife of John Halasz, who died Wednesday at Mercer Hospital from burns received when she fainted and fell over a stove will be held from her late home on the Hoffner Tract, Roebling, tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock. Services will be conducted at First Hungarian Reformed Church, Roebling at 2 o'clock. Interment will be in Florence Station Cemetery,under the direction of John J. Inglesby. Mra. Halasz was 50 years old and was burned over the entire body as her clothing caught fire last Monday while she was preparing supper at her home. Survivors besides her husband are three sons, Joseph of Suffern, N.Y.; Alexander and John of Roebling; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Zigli of the Bronx, and Miss Elizabeth Halasz of Roebling; and two brothers George and Stephen of Roumania .

Added by Jerseyties on Jun 19, 2009 9:41 PM

RE: Halasz
Hi Loretta,
I am sure it is possible but am not able to check
because I live in Florida and am adding the names to Groveville Cemetery in NJ from obits that I have found in the newspaper databases. (Groveville is where I grew up)
I am not sure if there is a headstone or not for him. You could ask for a photo of one from this site. A friend of mine in Groveville is answering the photo requests for this cemetery. Not sure how far back Groveville Church's records go as far as burials, marriages etc. There is a link to the Church's website here
If I happpen across any mention of the name in any of my NJ databases I'll let you know. :)- Cheryl

Added by Jerseyties on Jun 18, 2009 2:49 PM

Josie E. Robbins
Thanks for catching my mistake. I changed her name.

Added by OkieBran on Jun 14, 2008 7:40 PM


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