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I am a lawyer who does some probate and estate law so I was interested to find this site through a close friend who is also a photo volunteer. |
The Revolutionary War era burying grounds of First Presbyterian and Westfield Presbyterian hooked me with their historical aspects. Lately I have been concentrating on Holy Sepulchre in NJ which frowns on people taking photos.
Requesters should call the cemetery and get the exact location of the grave to be photographed. Please help me and I will help you.
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|Debra Kath-Jackson||RE: Daniel McLaughlin|
Thank you once again, I see the post for Ann McLaughlin. Yes I was there the other day, sorry I scooped you. It was my first visit and I don't foresee getting there again anytime soon. I have posted all that I was able to find. I am finding that not all the graves have headstones which is sad and disappointing. It may sound a little crazy but I found this cemetery to be fascinating and full of history. I did not encounter anyone at the cemetery and dishearten to hear that anyone would prevent you from taking photos! What is their concern with taking pictures? I saw so many broken and deteriorating stones that should be photographed and posted in order to save the information for families and future generations. Anyway I certainly appreciate what you are doing and hope you continue regardless. I hope to get back there one day and to be able to record more of these headstones.
|CSW||RE: Heuer clarification|
Thank you--pretty much as we thought. I appreciate your extra help.
Added by CSW on Mar 30, 2015 10:17 AM
|Becky Hilton||Thank You!|
Thank you so much for taking the photographs of the Michele family headstone - you're wonderful!
The people listed on the headstone aren't who I was looking for, but I believe they are other members of our family that I had given up on. I now have a fresh trail to pick up, thanks to you.
Again, thank you for your kindness!
|Michelle James||grave photo|
Thank you so much for photographing Katherine T. VanOrden's grave for me. Although its not the Katherine I was hoping it would be, at least now that I can see the grave it doesn't remain an unanswered question.
Do I gather correctly from the photos you posted, that the infant, Mary Heuer does not have a stone of her own, but rather buried with her parents? Thanks.
Added by CSW on Mar 30, 2015 8:23 AM
|Nicholas Quinn||John Quinn|
Many thanks for your help in trying to find my ancestor's grave. I will contact the cementery directly to find out what happened to the plot. Thanks again!
|Peta May||photo request|
Thank you so much for filling my photo request. Very kind of you!
Added by Peta May on Mar 30, 2015 12:52 AM
|Michele Camera||De Gange|
Thank you very much for locating this gravesite and post in a photo of the marker. We really appreciate it.
Thank you very much for going out, finding this site and posting the photos. :-)
|karen wood||thank you|
Just wanted to thank you for posting the picture of my grandmother Catherine Condit and my grandfather William E Condit's tombstone. I had heard they had twins that were dead at birth and this confirms it! I really appreciate your help!'
Thanks so much..and I will pay it forward.
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