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I am originally from Germany and started my own search in the year 2000.|
I visit cemeteries and make as many pictures as I can and I hope this helps people find there ancestors. So far I am only in Middlesex and Union county, NJ so if you have names I should look for please let me know.
Good luck to all of you in your search.
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Association of municipalities Unkel
Association of municipalities Linz am Rhein
(HEADSTONES THAT ARE VISIBLE & READABLE)
Seventh Day Baptist, Piscataway
Calvary, Perth Amboy (Hopelawn)
Ukrainian, Perth Amboy (Hopelawn)
St. James, Woodbridge
First Presbyterian, Metuchen
Holy Trinity, Perth Amboy (Hopelawn)
WORKING ON IT:
St. John, Perth Amboy (Hopelawn)
St. Mary, Perth Amboy
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|Steve S||Lawrence and Helen Stickel|
Thank you very much for taking the time to fulfill my request for these pictures.
Added by Steve S on Aug 20, 2016 2:20 PM
|Barrett J. Riordan||Dunigan/St. James Cemetery|
I am looking for the graves of Bernard Dunigan (1828-1904) and his wife, Julia Ryan Dunigan (1835-1912). They were original parishioners of St. James Church and prominent members of the Woodbridge community. Both death certificates list the site of burial as St. James Cemetery and most of their descendants are buried there. I walked the property many years ago, but was unable to find them. Any thoughts?
|Kerry Margaret Cook||RE: Vorderwinkler Family|
I just saw replies on here from you concerning my great grandparents, the Vorderwinklers & I'm guessing those who would have been my uncles; Frederick & William Brunner, Freddie died very young, I think as an infant. William lived to be about 22 but was profoundly disabled & mentally deficient with what was suspected to be phenylketonuria (PKU) as was Freddie as both looked to be healthy, happy babies. It was tragic for my great aunt & uncle to not have had "normal" children. Anyhew, that's a long story for other family members... I am unsure if you or anyone else had gotten the photos but I'd appreciate whatever you can do/have done.
|Kevin G. Kennedy||Dr noonan|
He he the Doctor from Belleville, NJ?
|pamela carnot||Rosehill and St. Gertrude|
I have a few family members on find a grave at the above cemeteries. I live in So. Cal and was hoping you might be able to take photos for me. Thanks,
|MaryV||Check your Edits!|
Can you check your edits already? I'm waiting to link a family grave to other family graves.
Added by MaryV on Apr 13, 2016 7:28 PM
|Ted Russell||Mary Stopko Shaner obituary|
I have some information on the survivors in the March 1962 obituary for Mary Stopko (not Slopko) Shaner (memorial #94955924), much of which is illegible in the Carteret Press online newspaper. Please let me know how I can get this information to you.
|colleen metallo||Lajos Tarjany|
Thank you for the info on my Great Uncle Lajos.It was very hard to find his stone. My great Aunt was having me look for him but could not find him . Thank you again . She is happy to see her older brother once again. He had passed on from the Spanish Flu.
|Mary McNaught||Patrick W Murphy|
Thank you for your excellent history of Patrick W Murphy [my Grand Uncle].
Your calculated relationships are correct, but would be clear if you add Susan Murphy as a child [I was close to her].
Susan H Murphy
b 26 April 1908 Woodbridge
d 17 Sept 1988 Woodbridge[346 Amboy Ave]
William Murphy is my Greatgrandfather. We have followed the Murphy ancestors back to 1668, but are frustrated that we can't find the graves of William and his wife Susan Stafford [Murphy]. We visited Woodbridge and the Saint James Cem, along with the historical society.
Details on William and Susan:
b. Jan 1840 Co Wexford, Ireland
1900 lived Back Street, Woodbridge with dau Elizabeth
d 21 Jan 1903 Burlington Co, NJ [don't understand why he was in that location]
Susan Stafford [Murphy]
b. 1842 Co Wexford
d. 15 April 1887 Woodbridge
Please help find their graves.
Had no success in visits to St James Church.
Thanks, Mary McNaught
|Kathy Mubareka||Thomas Heywood|
Thomas' headstone in Evergreen Cemetery, Hillside, Union County - Memorial:86916479 was photographed on March 17,2012.
My question is concerning the small stone in front which is almost illegible. It appears to have a date of 1949 to the right of the name Heywood and perhaps an initial to the left of the name Heywood.
Could some kind soul look and see if it is clearer with the naked eye?
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