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Commemorate (#47611144)
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KSonier
Severina
I uploaded photos for all 3 in St. Paul's. Don't forget to delete the All Saints listing - it is still up.
Added by KSonier on May 02, 2015 8:17 PM
KSonier
RE: Many Thanks!
No problem at all! Now that I know the Oberg name, it seems to pop up everywhere. I think that I have a couple more for Bethany Lutheran also. I love being able to help - and the walks are great after work!
Added by KSonier on May 02, 2015 5:43 PM
KSonier
severina oberg
I just fulfilled your request. But the stone is actually in St Paul's Lutheran Church Cemetery Warwick RI #13. The two cemeteries are side by side, but this marker is definitely in St Paul's, section E. When you move the memorial, the photo should move with it - if not, let me know and I'll upload again. Also in E, very close, is a stone for Arthur C Oberg 1916-1992 and Mildred Oberg 1924-2000. If you would like to set up memorials for them in St Paul's let me know and I will upload a pic
Added by KSonier on Apr 30, 2015 6:43 PM
KSonier
RE: Many Thanks!
You're very welcome - happy to help. There are other Obergs, and I will upload those photos soon. There are some illegible stones and some marked merely by stones with numbers. If you have a number, I will happily photograph that.
Added by KSonier on Apr 18, 2015 7:53 AM
Daniel Jacques
RE: Thank you!
Your welcome, I actually passed them over a few time because most of the stones in this area are raised and not flat stones. When the groundskeepers trimmed this past weekend the stones struck my attention.
Added by Daniel Jacques on Aug 28, 2013 4:14 PM
Steve Langdo
RE: Thank you!
You are very welcome. I grew up several blocks from the Pleasantdale cemetery, and now live about a half hour away. My parents, an aunt, an uncle, grandmother, and a cousin are all there now. I noticed a photo request for Dorothea Sippel, but couldn't locate her marker when I was there the other day. I'll look again the next time I'm down there. I believe that she was the "Dot" Sippel that my mother knew when they lived in West Orange.
Added by Steve Langdo on Jul 02, 2013 1:50 PM
Wendy Albright
Sipples of West Orange
I could use some help on the family. Please email me at wendy-albright@hotmail.com. Thanks.
Added by Wendy Albright on May 30, 2012 2:48 PM
Evelyn Huey
Thomas & Phebe Sharp
I was not abloe to find their graves. I did find a stone for Emma Frances - dau. of Thomas & Phebe - died March 6, 1855. Grave #178-5 - In Grave #178-3 there is a listing for a Frederika that died Aug. 4, 1848, but I was not able to find this stone, nor the stone for Randolph Poole Sharpe that died may 16, 1847 in Grave #178-4. Please let me know if Emma is yours. Give me your email address and I'll send the photo to you.
Evelyn
Added by Evelyn Huey on Apr 30, 2012 5:56 PM
Barbara Schaffer
Mary Jane Sharp Morton
Hi ~ I have the complete listing of burials at Hanover Cemetery and there's no Mary Jane Sharp Morton or John Garside Morton. Plot 127 is McChesney and 127-1/2 is Wallace. Are you sure you have the correct cemetery?
Added by Barbara Schaffer on Sep 27, 2011 5:25 AM
Barbara Schaffer
RE: Unknown Burnet grave at Whippany Burial Yard
Hi ~ Thank you for giving me the inscription on Aaron Burnet's gravestone. It is much appreciated!
Added by Barbara Schaffer on Sep 20, 2011 4:57 PM
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