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|Frank McGady (#15991677)|
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I live in Bayonne, New Jersey with my wife Debbie. I have been a history teacher at Hudson Catholic High School in Jersey City for the past 22 years. I coached the varsity hockey team there for 20 years. I got into photographing graves back when I was in college. It seemed like the perfect connection of two of my hobbies, history and photography. My first picture was of Vice-President John C. Calhoun, taken in 1984. Now my wife Debbie, who was a molacular scientist with Hoffman-Laroche in Nutley and now a biology teacher with me, is involved and helps me on my quests.|
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|Dennis & Jean Boyer||John Stark, SAR Patriot #P-296220, Find A Grave Memorial# 13146|
Thanks for your permission for Sons of the American Revolution to use your photo, and for your offer of a higher-resolution copy, to be eventually linked from the Patriot Index at http://patriot.sar.org.
|brian benoit||egbert seymour family bible|
my name is brian and i have been in possesion of a family bible since 1970. It belonged to a renter of my parents named wesley elloit. I could never find any relatives of his untill now. the birth and marriage section of this bible starts with Egbert Seymour. if there is anyway you could find relatives of his that are alive, I would love to give them this family keepsake. you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org . I'm sure his family would be honored to have this. its not in great shape but all the pages are there.
thanks, Brian Benoit Sr.
|Ben Comings||Rev Wm Jackson 1732|
Can you tweak Wm Jackson to show the dates on his stone that I just uploaded?
|T. L. Bash||Hi|
Hi Frank, I thought that I might find you on here as a contributor. I am pretty new to it myself.
|Sue||My husband's family|
They came from Raritan. Can you tell me anything
abt. Raritan? My hub's last name is Bunn. Can
you tell me if there is anything listed abt. the
Bunns? They might have been there in the 1700's
or later. However long it's been a town.
email me back either on my page or my hub's
email address: email@example.com
Added by Sue on Oct 10, 2010 9:35 PM
-- Just wanted to say hello -- was born and raised in Bayonne (on 25th St. near Veterans Park). Left in 80's but go back to visit at least once a year.
Added by Donna on Apr 19, 2010 5:45 PM
|teva durham||Tumulty family home?|
Hi, I came across your bio of Tumulty on this site. In 2008 I purchased a house on Bergen Avenue a few blocks from Hudson Catholic/McGinley Square. In trying to find out history of house and date built (circa 1890-1920? have postcard of it near the YMCA in 1924), discovered it was listed as the address of James Tumulty in book about treaty signed with Germany. Since moving here I have become fascinated by the neighborhood, glimpses of past grandeur, political pull of Irish, the descent into urban blight. Interested in any sources for more info on Jersey City history, photos and the West Bergen neighborhood. I am a writer with a daughter at St. Aloysius. Thanks, Teva
|Big Ern||Susan Duane|
I added the death certificates for Susan and Augustus Duane to their memorials. I hope the information will be of help.
Added by Big Ern on Aug 30, 2009 10:02 PM
|Frank Russo||Bert Daly|
I would like to use your photo of Claude Bert Daly's grave picture for my website, thedeadballera.com. Please let me know. I will give you full credit for the usage of the photo.
|Big Ern||Susan Duane|
I can e-mail you a copy of the death certificate if you want it. It's a public record.
Added by Big Ern on Nov 27, 2008 10:07 PM
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