|Ruth Ryan (#46967971)|
| || member for 7 years, 6 months, 16 days|
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If you would like to take over the ownership of any gravestones, especially those in Monmouth County, NJ, do not hesitate to ask!|
I'll be more than happy to turn them over to you so that you can add information about your family.
My e-mail is email@example.com
The website link below is the Greenlawn Cemetery website that I built.
| Contributions to|
Find A Grave
18,914 Memorials Added
18,200 Memorials Managed
16 Volunteer Photos Taken
38 Virtual Flowers
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|Steven D. Howland||Robert Waite & Willetta Howland|
Thanks again as always Ruth for transferring these two relatives as I was able to add and connect many family and events.
|fourtime||RE: 77054254 Edward Walling|
Added by fourtime on Jul 11, 2015 5:35 AM
|fourtime||77054254 Edward Walling|
memorial Edward Walling
please link to parents memorials
Added by fourtime on Jul 10, 2015 5:27 PM
Ruth - I would be happy to take over the memorial for Watson Gienger, my great grandfather. My member # is (#48502606). I am new to this, but am looking forward to helping others as I have been helped by Find-A-Grave. Thanks! Beverly Nappen
|Elizabeth Shea||Bedford Family|
I would like to take over for the Bedford line...they are buried in Glenwood, in W. Long Branch and also in Red Bank...
It's perfectly ok. I'll do my best to keep up with them until a family member comes along :)
I just noticed that you transferred the Cattanach's to me. I'm not actually related to them. They have a plot near my father in Calvary, which is how I added them. When I add a memorial, I like to research the family as much as possible, which is how I was able to find some family connections. I don't mind managing them. I also don't mind transferring them back.
|Cab||RE: Greenlawn Cemetery, WLB|
Thanks so much for the details about the cemetery. I need to be sure that I won't spend an inordinate amount of time hunting for the markers, because I have about an hour scheduled for this cemetery. Also, along with dangling trees, I'm a little concerned about snakes, woodchucks and other sordid characters I may find in the unmowed areas.
Here's a list of my closest cousins in Greenlawn. How hard to you think it would be for me to find these graves by myself?
Anderson, George 1891-1984
Applegate, Louisa (Woolley=maiden) 1862-1934
Asay, Joseph B 1879-1956
Harvey, Stephen 1842-1879
Harvey, George 1878-1886
Harvey, Stephen Henry 1879-1952
Harvey, Walter Smock 1876-1954
Van Huel, Benjamin 1854-?
I really appreciate your help. Coming from Florida leaves me clueless about what I may find.
Added by Cab on Jun 23, 2015 1:03 PM
|Cab||Greenlawn Cemetery, WLB|
Let me revise my previous message a bit. I just reviewed your Greenlawn site, which was helpful for the directions and a mailing address.
As for the grave locations, is there anyone who can help me with this? Even if I can get some idea (SW corner, for example) of where the graves are, that would be better than nothing. Since I will have a short amount of time at the cemetery, I need to be as prepared as possible.
Added by Cab on Jun 22, 2015 2:43 PM
|Cab||12334745 Pvt J Bennett|
Can I copy the two photos on his memorial for use in my Ancestry.com family tree?
Also, do you know how I can get plot information for others buried in Greenlawn Cemetery in West Long Branch? Other than the USGW Archives list, I don't find any address or contact information for the cemetery. I will be traveling from Florida to Monmouth County to visit my ancestors' graves during July 5-10.
Thanks - Cathy Barbano
Added by Cab on Jun 22, 2015 2:30 PM
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