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|J Richter TreeBranches (#47767121)|
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Please remember to add photos of the person by changing it from grave to person and grave for graves. I go back and look only at ones with no grave picture. Thank You. I try not to add a name twice but it happens, Currently working on New Camden cemetery, I have a lot of photos. Facebook group In the mist of New Camden.|
Sorry for some of the pictures from New Camden Cemetery,some tombs are unreadable or on ground and can't get up (heavy) I try my best to get photos only because there are years lost on records. Thank You for your understanding.
Since the cemetery has been neglected for years prior to city taking over some of the stones maybe under grass, after sinking into ground, many stones are over 1/2 in ground.
It's always best when searching a name to put iin the first 3 to four letters in case stone is misspelled
D Angelo, McHenry, DeLong, Di Angel, may want to try just the first letter, Van Horn may be under Horn
In the Mist of New Camden Cemetery"
DVRBS all about Camden, NJ
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|todd hansell||Viola Marsh|
Thanks for the transfer
|Phillyorig||RE: martha reed|
Thank You soooo much.
Doing my tree and I just found out about her and I might have a picture of her but no one wrote on the back.
I will be back in the PA/NJ area next year and it would be great to visit
Thank you again so much
Thank you for the pictures. Just found out Martha Reed (1900-1926) was my Great Aunt, my grandmothers sister. (Martha Thompson Reed)
Would you have any way of letting me know where she is buried, plot# ,markers? I live in Az right now and will be back in Philly area next year. Thanks again for you time on taking pictures.
|Chris||Liebichs in New Camden|
Thank you so much for the photos. It always makes me happy to see the graves are actually marked.
Added by Chris on Jun 17, 2017 12:11 PM
|Chris||New Camden Cemetery Records|
Hello, thank you for all you do on FindAGrave. I'm trying to figure out if I have more relatives buried in this cemetery but cannot find any records on line. I'm looking for Liebich and Doerschner. Do you have any records for the cemetery or know where I can get them? I grew up in South Jersey but live out of state now. Thank you.
Added by Chris on May 09, 2017 8:03 PM
Are you responsible for DVRBS.com? I've learned so much about Camden history from your site. Are you wiling to turn over memorials to family members? Memorial 93364703 & 93364721 are my great-grandparents. I'd also like to manage my great-uncle's profile, 93364733. Thank you for keeping Camden history alive when so much has been destroyed.
Added by Heather on Mar 20, 2017 8:20 PM
|sbolli||Daniel E Loughlin|
First let me say thank you so much for all your work. I'm wondering if you keep a record of the location of the graves. I've been to New Camden Cemetery but I could not find the grave of Daniel E Loughlin 1876-1941. He was a Pvt in the Spanish American War.
Added by sbolli on Mar 08, 2017 11:34 PM
|Beckwith Johnston||RE: Johnston James|
I am not sure who Margaret is. James's wife was Selena Fish. I Believe she passed away in 1911. Her grave is also in New Camden Cemetery.
|Helen Lutke||Sylvia Dickasan # 169014587|
Thank you for taking a picture of my mothers headstone. Seeing it touched my heart.
|Mark Maxwell||Roxanna Halloway #162487852|
Do you have further links to Roxanna? I have a Roxanna Maxwell Holloway, wife of William Holloway who was born in late 1839 and died in 1923. Family lore said that she and her family (8 children) moved to Camden and communication was lost.
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