|Dawn D. (#29679040)|
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I live in NJ. I have lived here all my life. I have been doing my family genealogy since 1996. I love walking through and transcribing cemeteries.|
Some of the memorials I have created and manage are ancestors of mine, and many of them are not. I try to add as much as possible to the memorials so that others researching their families can get information on their families. I welcome any corrections to the memorials I have created. Sometimes information sent can be incorrect, the dates on graves hard to read, etc.
I think findagrave is excellent, but when you wish to add memorials, please make sure that someone else has NOT already added that person. Duplicate memorials are confusing to other researchers. If you discover a memorial has already been created by someone else and you are family to the person added, please contact the submitter for a transfer. Also, adding memorials to findagrave because you ASSUME the person is buried there is also confusing to other researchers. If you do not know do NOT add it. This website is to help others, not to see how many memorials you can add.
The cemeteries that I have added memorials from include: Canton Baptist Church Cemetery in Canton, NJ; First Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Salem, NJ; Baptist Church Cemetery in Salem, NJ; East View Cemetery in Salem, NJ; St. Mary's Cemetery in Salem, NJ; Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Greenwich, Cumberland Co. NJ; and Saint John's Episcopal Churchyard in Salem City, Salem Co., NJ.
I usually honor requests for memorial transfers if the memorial is a relative of the requester, but please do not expect large numbers of memorials to be transferred at a moments notice. I will transfer them as MY time allows.
**PLEASE DO NOT ADD INFORMATION IN THE NOTE SECTION TO MY ANCESTORS MEMORIALS. USE THE EDIT TAB AND SEND ME YOUR SUGGESTION WITH THE SOURCE OF YOUR INFORMATION. I HAVE SPENT MANY YEARS DOING MY FAMILY HISTORY AND THERE HAS BEEN INCORRECT INFORMATION POSTED IN THE NOTE SECTION**
**Please use the edits feature of findagrave to submit information to memorials**
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|suanna willis||RE: smith|
No this would be george s smith from woodbine nj
|Carol ||Glaspell Kids|
Mary Elizabeth and Theophilus D. Glaspell were born and died in Cumberland County, NJ, probably Greenwich
Son and dtr of Thomas Dennis Glaspell and Christiana/Christina Clinton Fithian.
1. Enos Ewing b. 12 Feb 1840 Greenwich NJ d 16 June 1896
2. Edwin Miller b 25 Aug 1845 d. 28 November 1915 lived Greenwich. m. Eliza L. Mulford (no info)
3. Thomas Bowen b 9 Apr 1847 d. 8 Oct 1866 cholera
4. John N. b 29 Oct 1850 d 30 Sept 1912, teacher, NJ Assemblyman
5. Mary Fithian b 8 Apr 1863 lived Camden, NJ, m. Charles Rudderow (no info)
Added by Carol on Dec 06, 2014 3:38 PM
|dm wms||RE: John McPherson newspaper article|
You're welcome for the death article. Thanks for posting it. I am happy to have added to his memory.
Added by dm wms on Nov 08, 2014 11:17 PM
|john lodge||Verna and Merwin Hornert|
Thank you for the inquiry regarding the burial site for Verna and Merwin Horner. When I established the memorial pages for them I did so from Merwin's fathers memorial that is how they ended up being listed as buried in the same cemetery as William Pyott Horner. As your research shows they are buried in Saint Johns Episcopal Churchyard Cemetery.
As a child I attended this church and was baptized there. I remember Verna, Merwin Sr. and Merwin Jr.. On Sundays my family would drive into Salem from Pennsville to attend church then visit family in Salem. The Horners were among those family members.
I have created new memorials and deleted the old.
|Toni||Harris, David & Rebecca|
You seem to have done some research before posting this memorial (which I for one really appreciate!). On the 1900 census there is the last name Nilson appearing next to Eva's namem abd sge us 15 at the time. Do you happen to know what this is? Any help would be great. These are my husband's ancestors. David's father, Abel, is my husband's gr gr grandfather.
Thanks for your help (no I'm not asking for a transfer)
Added by Toni on Oct 22, 2014 3:59 PM
Son of William Francis and Victoria Remster - I have that he was born 2 Dec 1915 and died 23 Jul 1955 in Camden NJ. I have almost nothing on Lois - 1918 in Greenwich and married someone named Randolph. That's all I've got on her.
And I apologize if I'm hitting you up with too many suggested edits. I decided you're such a good source I just started looking for all the people I was interested in, in your list of people you've researched.
And when I say "thanks", please know I really do mean it. You've been really, really, especially, helpful.
Added by Stepper on Sep 14, 2014 9:09 PM
|Stepper||Anna R. Baker Memorial# 22427298|
Anna Ridgeway Davis married William Willard Baker (Memorial# 22427304) on 17 Oct 1895.
Added by Stepper on Sep 13, 2014 10:27 PM
|Stepper||John E. Baner|
His spouse was Rachael C. Shimp, your Memorial# 29718716. And I really appreciate all the work you've done documenting the cemeteries. It's been more than helpful.
Added by Stepper on Sep 13, 2014 7:32 PM
|Bernadette||RE: Neil Lunt Campbell's spouse|
Hi Dawn. No problem; I'm glad it was straightened out. The link I sent had a rather large-sized write up on Neil on the far right hand column in addition to the regular death notice. If you check again, look on the upper right.
No, I'm not related; I just thought the info could be important to you.
|The Bull||Harris family|
Nice job on making the connection on the Harris family.
Added by The Bull on Aug 27, 2014 6:30 PM
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