|Fred Lentz (#47233203)|
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|Graver who often tours through cemeteries in southern New Jersey in search of ancestors (mine & yours).|
Will happily fulfill grave marker photo requests in Salem, Cumberland & Gloucester Counties (NJ) if I am able.
Will gladly make corrections to any memorials I may have transcribed incorrectly. Corrections will be made if you utilize Suggest A Correction under the Edit tab on the person's record.
Will gladly transfer memorials to family members or friends of the deceased. I prefer to see memorial records maintained by someone who knows (or knows of) the deceased.
email = sjhhclub [at] comcast.net
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Thanks for looking into that. Indeed it is very strange as the Stone looks rather large and there to accommodate several plots. Thanks for all you do. Cheers, Terry
Added by Terry on Dec 03, 2014 5:08 PM
|Jackie Dare||Martha D & William H Gandy|
Thank you so much for photos of the headstone of Martha & Wm Gandy. I appreciate your time and thoughtfulness.
With the info on William's headstone, we finally found his date of death.
|Rebecca Ewing Peterson||James Rodger # 125854408|
Thanks for you time and for going ahead and photographing the unmarked area where he was buried. I agree that the photo request is "complete". - Rebecca
|mtucker||Gustave & Teckla Johnson|
Thank you for taking the nice photos of the grave markers for Gustave & Teckla. They are the great grandparents of my husband. Our family members no longer live in the South Jersey area and I appreciate your help in finding the graves and taking the photos. Martha.
Added by mtucker on Dec 01, 2014 7:32 PM
|Christine Vance||RE: Nancy Herrman Info|
Nancy is my sister and yes she was nine when she passed. I did not realize the center was for adult women. I was only 14 when she passed. It was called the State School back then and was for the developmental disabled. I remember going with Mom and Dad to visit her and occasionally we were allowed to bring her home for the day.
|Joan Pacitti||John's Lloyd's memorial|
Hi Fred: I added Mr. Lloyd's birth date on his memorial. Thank you for that.
His gravestone is so unique. Of course in his obituary, it's very clear that he loved animals and his gravestone reflects that.
Appreciate the information.
|Helen Hill Halterman||Robert Hopkins|
Thanks for the photo and all you do for findagrave.
|Wilford Askew||Grace H. Ledden|
Thank you very much for your time and effort in the taking of photos and posting them to the memorial site for Miss Grace and her family
I checked the birth records for 1906 in PA and found nothing for Walter so I'm going to stay with the information from the Social Security Death Index.
Fred, If you ever encounter Charles Ray Towles (1883-1948) and Lettie May Hites Towles (1881-1966) in Glouchester or Cumberland counties in NJ, please post them. These would be the parents of Silas Rector Towles. The death dates could be off. Thanks, Helen
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