|JaneDoe||RE: Photograph of grave site|
I contacted the cemetery in East Orange and left a vm msg for a return phone call. My relatives would love a picture of Rosemarie's grave, as she died in the 1930's at the age of 5 or 6.
I am also hearing a consistent story of how the cemetery was a dangerous place in the 70's, 80's and 90's. My uncle was mugged in the cemetery while trying to find his sister Rosemarie's grave.
I want to thank you again for volunteering your services. I hear East Orange is being revitalized and I hope it is not dangerous for you to photograph inside the cemetery. I will let you know if I hear back from the cemetery.
Added by JaneDoe on Sep 23, 2016 10:35 AM
|Gerard Cicala||RE: Alberto, Arcangelo photo|
Yes that is what I'm saying. This is not Arcangelo Alberto grave. This grave is Frank Arcangelo Alberto. Frank died in February 5,1939. Thank you for these pictures. It will go into my family history book.
. I remember Arcangelo grave by South Orange Ave entrance Along a long chain link fence which can be seen from the Garden State Parkway. Years ago his grave marker was vandalism. It was knocked down. It was supposed to been fixed years ago. I don't know if it was. My sister told me that Arcangelo Alberto and his wife Immaculate/ Maculata Alberto was buried with some one in the Cicala family.
I want to thank you for your time and patience
Thank you for the picture.
Added by andreatk on Sep 22, 2016 8:25 AM
|Gerard Cicala||Alberto, Arcangelo photo|
Thank you for finding the grave site n the marker This stone for my Uncle Frank Alberto.
I am looking for Arcangelo Alberto
I was talking to my older sister and she told me that my grandfather n my grandmother was buried with stone that was marked under a Cicala name She doesn't remember what the name was but I will search it n see what I can find out.
Thank you very much for your time n effort.
|Marie I.||William Witting Grave Photo|
Thanks so much for your kindness in taking this photo. Our family is sincerely appreciative of having this picture to include in our heritage.
Added by Marie I. on Sep 22, 2016 5:42 AM
|Jody Lutter||Grave Photo Thank You|
Thank you for taking the pictures of the Preston grave in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, East Orange, New Jersey.
|JaneDoe||Photograph of grave site|
Thank you so much for photographing my grandparents grave site. It means a great deal to me. I recall visiting my grandfather's grave in the early 1960's and have not been back since then. How kind of you to offer your time and skills to people who cannot get to cemeteries to visit their loved ones.
Thanks again. It is deeply appreciated.
Added by JaneDoe on Sep 19, 2016 6:25 PM
|Diana Griffin||Photos: McDonough|
|C'est la vie||Coladonato And Tinto Family|
Thank you for taking pictures of my great-grandparents' and great-aunt's headstones. I really appreciate your help.
|Linda Walker-Avena||John Walker|
Thank you for the photos of my grandfathers headstone...my email is now firstname.lastname@example.org so I just got your message from last year..Thanks again.. The Walkers and Hylands were my relatives.
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