I have been working on Genealogy information for my family for the past fifteen years. I have always been excited when I have found a grave on this site......I would love to extend that excitement to others by adding photo's of gravestones from around my area. I love to find a photo request which had a problem, and take my time walking row by row in the area where the Plot is suppose to be located to find those ancestors who like to hide!! I get so excited when I can finally get a photo for a request where there was a reported problem!!! I also like to find ones which don't have any problems too!! Another thing I love is finding strange and interesting Headstones. I also love to find interesting epitaphs!! You just never know what you will find walking in the Cemeteries!!!
If you have any edits, please send over supporting documents for the changes. I enter the memorials using the information on the headstones. If you don't have supporting documents I will enter the information in the "Notes" area of the memorial in question.
I would like to give a great big "THANK YOU!!" in advance for anyone who ends up helping me with my photo requests. Whether you can find the plot or you can't, thank you so much for taking the time out of your day, to help with my request!! It is very much appreciated!!!!!!
Nancy Louise "Dana" Sipple #150299270 You had taken pictures of my sister in laws headstone "Suzanne J Sipple" in Colestown Cemetery on Kings Hwy in Cherry Hill. Would it be possible to ask you to take a picture of her mothers headstone. Dana is located next to Suzy. Also at Suzy's feet is a market for her grandmother, Edith Jean Driver. I would like a picture of that as well as the marker for my father in law Gordon Sipple at the feet of Dana. If this is not possible I understand but it would mean the world to me since I live in SC and don't know when I'll be in NJ to take the pictures myself. Thanks so very much.
RE: Transfered memorial Thank you for transferring Suzy's memorial to me. She was 5 months pregnant when the picture was taken. Sorry for the misunderstanding. Jenney was only 2 yrs old when she passed away. Suz had a lot of medical problems, but she's with god now and in a much better place. I promised her on her death bed that I would watch over Jen till the day I passed. Jen is now 24 and has 2 beautiful children of her own. Suzy would be so proud of her. Jenney's a wonderful mother. Suzy's been gone for 22 yrs now and not a day goes by that I don't miss her dearly. She was my best friend and sister in law. She is/was so beautiful when she got herself all decked out to go out. We had some great times together. Got into trouble a lot as well but then that's half the fun. Thanks again so very much from the bottom of my heart for transferring her memorial to my care. Your a great person and I can't thank you enough. Cindy
Memorial for Suzanne J Sipple #95190431 Would it be possible to transfer management of this memorial to me please. Suzy was my sister in law. I really appreciate the photos of her headstone and the close up of the photo of her on her headstone. What a lot of people don't know is that she was 5 months pregnant with Jenney when that photo was taken and it was taken by her brother Ken (my husband) at her sister Dayna's wedding in 1990. I would appreciate it more than words can say. My name is Cindy Shepherd Sipple and my member # is 48803460. Please go to my profile and get my email address should you want to send me a personal email as I will do the same. God bless you. Cindy
RE: Elsie Pearson thank you for your note. Yes Elsie was my grandmother on my dad's side. I have pictures of her grave now,& My Uncle & Aunt stone also. It is a small cemetery. I visited last summer with Elsie's only surviving child Alice. thank you so much. Pat
RE: Mildred Tiver <>-- ha! Gotcha beat by about 8 years :) -- it's been about 24 years for me. I do like to use more than one piece of evidence when a conflict comes up but if there is only one source then I go with the stronger authority-- in this case the SSDI. Over the years I've found few if any errors in the SSDI but have found a few with cemetery inscriptions.
Thanks, CJ Senior Level Archaeologist (1979) & Historian (1986)