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I love to do family history and keep records of my family. I also like to add obituaries to find a grave to help others with their family history. I find it very frustrating when it's hard to find information on our ancestors and we have to pay for them. Therefore, find a grave website is awesome for volunteers and genelogists to provide information on our ancestors for free. I am not related to many of the entries as I get these information from a newspaper obituaries. If you have found your ancestor and love to provide more information or fix any incorrect information, I'll be happy to change them or make transfers for you. Our ancestors shouldn't be forgotten and remember them always.|
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Thanks so much for the transfer.
I'm the one who requested the transfer of #102298533. Thanks
|Bonnie1man||Jeffrey Cook edit please accept|
Please go into your contributor tools on the edit tab and accept the edit so his birthdate will appear. thanks
|Barbara Dunnican||Fairview Cemetery Union County NJ|
I am hoping you may be able to help me. You have two people listed for this cemetery I am very interested in.
Elish L. Baxter 1813-1880 and his wife Elizabeth Baxter 1814-1890.
Can you tell me if there were grave markers?
Elizabeth was my 3x great aunt. I've been looking for her for years. She has been my mystery aunt. Any thing you can tell me will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you so much for posting them.
|Dutch||RE: Rebecca Denman|
I've submitted an edit to Todd to alert him to this duplication. From the note below, it appears he had some record of some sort to go by. There's a photo request for her marker.
Wife of John. Aged 31y, 10m, 5d.
Created by: Todd Whitesides
Record added: Nov 13, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 80364062
Added by Dutch on Aug 22, 2014 2:45 PM
thanks so much for the article - I am related to him, and found it very interesting and informative.
Added by Donna on Apr 22, 2014 5:35 PM
|Jack Bradrick||Hanfords of Westfield (Fairview)|
Thank you for the three Hanford transfers. Over time I will update them with all appropriate info and pics, and link them into a larger family "tree". This is very much appreciated.
|Elizabeth||Thank you for the transfer|
Thank you so much for updating my sister's memorial and for the transfer.
|Tom Avery||Richard H. Avery|
My Name is Tom Avery and can't tell you how happy I was to find my GG Grandfathers resting place(First Presbyterian Cemetary, Rahway on your site. If at all possible, may I please submit to you his birth date and his date of death to bring his site up to date. Richard was Born in England May 1818 and died 1910. I'm still trying to find his wife, Rebecca's resting place as well as Richards Mother and Father, James and MaryAnn. Their were many generations of Avery's in the Rahway, Elizabeth area. James and MaryAnn came from England with Richard in 1828. James and his wife MaryAnn, operated the Alms House on ST George's Ave from approx 1860-1910. Please allow me to thank you in advance for adding Richards DOB and DoD information to Richards Find a Grave site.
|Rita Givens||RE: Filiciello, Giuditta, Balka|
Although the relationship between us is very distant, I want you to know that my husband also worked with your father Nick when he was on the Garwood PD. Your mom & Dennis visit with us on their yearly trip to Florida.
I also met you many, many, years ago at one of your parents get togethers for the policemen way back in the 1980's.
I myself was raised in Garwood on 2nd Ave.
We just came back from Garwood last week. That is when I met up with cousins and made the connection to the Amicucci's. I haven't got all the information in my tree as of yet to make the actual relationship between the families.
Here is the actual connection.
wife of my husband's uncle
mother-in-law of my husband's uncle.
Have a great day Lauren!!!!
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