|Jenny McBrannon (#47534877)|
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|P. Eadie||Edward Kugel|
We visited Arlington Cemetery yesterday to locate Edward Kugel. Cemetery records show that he is buried in Lansdowne Section, Lot 507. He is buried with the Coburn Family, the Smith Family and the Youngs. When we arrived at lot 507, we found a monument for the Coburns, one for the Smith's and an empty space between the two which I assume is where Edward is laid. I took a photo of the lot if you would like to see the area in which he is buried. The other stones have all been uploaded to Find A Grave memorial sites. Please advise as to what you would like me to do. Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Jun 23, 2017 10:38 AM
I went to the Hillside cemetery today and looked for the people you requested - I took a few photos but I am not sure they are your ancestors. Although there are a great many Cramer's buried in this particular cemetery - the stones that are legiable are not of the people you want a photo for - I took a few photos of what I believed could be Charles as I ran my fingers over the stones to outline the letters - so I'll give you those - If you like at the entrance of the cemetery is a wood post that says the New Gretna Old Home Society takes care of the cemetery and the NJ State police patrol the area - I am a member of the Daughters of The American Revolution and I can contact these two societes and find out if there is a listing for the people who are at rest in this particular place. I would be more than happy to do this
|AlleCattSTU||RE: Nicholas Furlong|
I'm not the person who didn't get the data from the office; the office does not have much data on the older/north part of the cemetery anyway. I've been very involved with the historic sections of Fairview for five years, and a friend who spent years making a database on her own time told me exactly where Nicholas is, & he can be located from the other partial memorial for "Griffin" that can be seen to the right/west of where Nicholas is inhumed. A board (my friend is vp of this board, and would be the one to help you find Nicholas should you want to come here) for this historic part of Fairview was organized just this year, but the area furthest north toward some university and drug activity has suffered the most damage through many years. This is also the oldest section of Fairview which opened about 1880. You can see that there are very few markers throughout this whole area.
To me, Old Fairview is community. Lots of these people knew each other when living, and I tend to do research on those buried there.