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Shirley (#46905175)
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Born and grew up in Warren County, NJ. Most of my ancestors come from Warren Co., NJ and Berks and Lehigh Counties, PA. Some names are Smith, Read, Letson, Danley,Berry, Petty, Lichty, Bachman, Dietrich and Kroninger.
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Karen Ayers Weir
RE: Slater Balyeat
Some one else added her name to that cemetery--I just made that assumption that she was buried in View Cemetery in Blue Mound Kansas.
Added by Karen Ayers Weir on Feb 01, 2016 9:32 AM
Karen Kingston Hanna
forest Lawn request
If you contact their office (through email) and request their location I would take a photo for you. I have been in their office a few times and I think they are tired of seeing me. They would be more willing to do a lookup if the request came from a family member.
Once you have the location just enter it into the memorial page and it will show on the photo request.
Thank you,

Forest Lawn link to a request:
Added by Karen Kingston Hanna on Nov 29, 2015 3:02 PM
Runner Mary
RE: Frank Pravitz 1889-1918
Hi Shirley, Thanks for the info on him. In his memorial bio, I put the census details and that he might be their grandson. They may have adopted him. Thanks again, Mary
Added by Runner Mary on Nov 29, 2015 8:54 AM
Nathan Foulds
RE: esther barber
I became an officer in 1985 in Passaic County so timing was a bit off. Anyway, I am still searching Old Newton Cemetery beyond the visible headstones. I found an area where broken stone pieces were tossed and will attempt to "puzzle" them back together and see if I can come up with anything legible. The problem there is that the cemetery was abandoned and vandalized long prior to 1991 when it was cleaned up and documented by the Sussex County Historical Society. The local county inmates groom it now and I have been digging up old buried stones all summer that had been knocked over and lost. I will upload anything that I find in the future.
Added by Nathan Foulds on Nov 21, 2015 9:45 PM
Karen Ayers Weir
RE: Slater Balyeat
Its odd, wish I would not have told you what I did, there are two records that appear to be the same person, the other record is showing she died 20 March 1958 Santa Anna Ca..buried in Fairhaven Memorial Park,,,,im stumped, so obviously it needs to be looked in to,,,,,,
Added by Karen Ayers Weir on Nov 20, 2015 5:56 AM
Karen Ayers Weir
RE: Slater Balyeat
hello- Elizabeth Ann 'Bettie" Fuller Balyeat died 20th of March 1958 and is buried at Pleasant View Cemetery, Blue Mound, Linn, Kansas
Added by Karen Ayers Weir on Nov 20, 2015 5:04 AM
b artz
RE: Andrew E. Balliet
All of your info is correct except Meta's maiden name is mispelled. It is Nothstein, not NoRthstein.
It seems easier to correct it now before I connect which I am happy to do.
thank you for your time
Added by b artz on Nov 16, 2015 1:19 PM
Jeremy Abbott
RE: Rachel Staskus #14617303
I have no information on them - when I lived in FL, I walked the cemetery and added the memorials. Since you have a slight connection, I don't mind transferring. Would you like the memorial?
Added by Jeremy Abbott on Nov 11, 2015 9:13 AM
Jeremy Abbott
RE: Rachel Staskus #14617303
Are you related by any chance?
Added by Jeremy Abbott on Nov 11, 2015 8:43 AM
Nathan Foulds
RE: Morris Barber
You're welcome. Let me know if you need anything else. I will be done photographing every visible headstone in the next few weeks. Karen had entered hundreds of memorials back in 2006 and I have found many errors. I contacted her on some and she edited them accordingly but for me, it is too much work to contact her every time. There are also very extensive public records on all recorded burials on the Sussex County Historical Society website. Try... and you can research by full/parts of names, etc.
Added by Nathan Foulds on Nov 07, 2015 2:38 PM
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