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Hold those things that tell your history and protect them. ~ Maya Angelou|
I have been interested in my family history since I was a child. I found my Grandmother's notes on her brothers and sisters and grandparents and am so happy that she wrote down the information! I wish that I had known the questions to ask when she was still alive, as I was only 12 when she died.
I use Family Tree Maker software and ancestry.com for most of my research; I have found Find A Grave pretty invaluable, too!
I am happy to share information - just ask! :)
Happy hunting -
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Thanks,Tracy,for passing that information to me about Dorothy Springer..The only memorial left is ID# 104462620. I had a heavy finger that day.
Added by CLB on Jul 30, 2014 6:23 PM
|Julie A. Hampton||transfers-Hudson etc|
I think I got all the transfers done. If I missed any, just let me know!
|Julie A. Hampton||RE: Record Transfer|
Please message me through the EDIT tabs for the memorials you'd like transferred.
|Matt Murdock||RE: August Öelker|
You're welcome. It's not hard to get in, but you get chased off by security pretty quick. I found a list of people buried in the State Hospital Cemetery with corresponding patient numbers. However there was no one named August Öelker. The earliest deaths listed were from around 1925. Is it possible there is an alternate spelling or even a different name?
|Barbara Schaffer||RE: August H. Oelker Photo|
You're welcome! And thanks for providing the location of the grave. That was a BIG help :)
|Kimberly Smith||RE: Samuel Hyndman (1857-1938)|
You are very welcome. I'm glad I could help.
I have transfered as requested ,im sorry i cant read whats on the stone either, next time i go back i will try to remember to get another pic where you can see it better.
Added by Coleman on Nov 25, 2012 4:36 PM
|Bonnie B.||Pullins/Turners Newark, NJ|
I have a photo of the plot at Section M, lot 38. I will be happy to post it. The plot has no headstones for the many Pullins buried there. I confirmed with the cemetery office that there were no stones. The only person who had a marker was John Pullin, the baby, but they said that there was a good chance it was overgrown. I could find no stones there at all. Would you like me to post the photo of the lot for each of those you have requested for Sec. M, lot 38 or should I just use the problem choice within the Find A Grave options that I have confirmed that there are no headstones and have them removed from the request list? Best, BonnieB
I have added information for Luticia.
|Todd Whitesides||RE: Patrick Flanagan & Catherine French Flanagan|
Their daughter Anna Kate is my third-great-grandmother. Her son Hiram Babcock is my second-great-grandfather.
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