While searching the WWW for information on my ancestors I found wonderful photographs posted on "Find A Grave" of a number of my relative's gravestones that I had never seen.
I thought that it was a good idea to register and volunteer to photograph gravestones in my area.
Some of the photos that I have contributed so far were taken while snow was in the graveyard. It is possible to have snow on the ground up here seven months of the year. I hope that the snow is not upsetting to the relatives. Please let me know if it is.
160837221--Harry Burch Harleigh Cem Camden Just added
144750389--Constantino Cervadora Holy Cross Yeadon PA in your list as Constantino Zerdadora
144760288--Robert Brodin I Changed his name to "Brodie"
Not on your List --St Clair Harris he was Brother to Cliffored Harris --Joseph McElroy son of Evelyn and brother of Oliva body never recoverd
Still cannot find: --Vincenzo D Ammibale lived Atlantic City --James Eagan --Horace Fountain perhaps Fontaine related to injured Mazarro Fontaine? --Gertrude Hays - articles have said that she was sis of Salina Miller but also stated that she was "Colored Girl" and Mille rwas white --M Klein --Frank Sinclair---I am wondering if this is St. Clair Harris in one article St. Clair was listed as "Sinclar"
So far I have 51 of the victims in my Virtual Cemetery. You have that there were 55 dead so I am missing 4 victims. Last article I read said that there were 58 victims I suppose we will never really know the final count.
The information that you supplied today helped me clean up my virtual cemetery - I had victims of other train disasters in this cemetery.
In regards to finding Obit for Mrs William Stuart in the Woodbury times - nothing comes up in my searches on her.
Thanks for the information on the ebook, I will look it up.
Good luck on your Presentation (if you haven't already done it yet). Let me know how it goes.
Once again thank you for all the research and relaying the knformation.
Unfortunately, NJ death certificates for that timeframe are not available online. They come from the NJ State Archives in Trenton, and can be retrieved self-service in the microfilm / microfiche reading room. The certificates are inexpensive to print in person- that is, 50 cents each on the "honor system".
If you would be interested in contacting a researcher to get the records for you, I can make a recommendation. I think this person charges about $5.00 per certificate.
RE: Hello James D Crowell photo Thank you for allowing me to use the photo-it is a great one! And unfortunately management of the memorial now belongs to Find A Grave. I submitted all the info I have, now it's just a matter of them accepting. Regards, RC
RE: Thank you! Warren Ryther, Jr. Great, Bob! That's the kind of evidence we like to hear. Any chance you'll be going to the NY State Family History Conference in Syracuse in Sept? It would be fun to meet up! Peg