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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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|BarbaraR||Catherine O'Donnell Garrigan|
Her married name is not Garrican. Her husband was Edward Garrigan. They were married on October 16, 1855 in St. Peter's Church in New Brunswick. The Garrigan's of New Brunswick are part of my family. Please correct when you get a chance. Thanks.
Barbara Garrigan Roskell
Added by BarbaraR on Aug 03, 2015 2:31 PM
|JoAnn Dechant||William Carman grave site|
Thank you from all Genealogist for your hard and helpful work.
Jo Ann CARMAn Dechant
|Maureen||First Presbyterian Church Cemetery|
Thank you for making the corrections, additions and updates I have requested for the Van Siclen and other families in the First Presbyterian Church Cemetery.
Added by Maureen on Jun 07, 2015 7:14 AM
Thanks you provided me with a ton of info on my family "Demeter"
I keep hitting Road blocks with my fathers side of the family because they changed their name from Szesztai to Szeztaye.
Im going to Hungary this September to meet potential family members. We did a DNA test this week through Ancestry. I mailed them the test since they don't ship there yet.
Any advise for when your family changes the last name and their doesn't seem to be much documented?
Added by Szeztaye on Mar 10, 2015 2:19 PM
|Marie Kaltenbach||Thank you|
Thank you for transferring my dad's memorial to me.
I would like to request the transfer of the other family members listed:
-My grandparents Henry & Anna [Nolan] Kaltenbach
-My uncles: Harry, William, Charles T. [and wife Stella] Kaltenbach
-My aunt Frances [Kaltenbach] Parsler & husband John
-My cousin John G. Kaltenbach
I'm still trying to locate 2 aunts: Catherine [Kaltenbach] Lako and Anna [Kaltenbach] Schaefer.
Thank you very much for your consideration.
|DOROTHY STRATTON||Earl Ronald Ericson|
Thank you for the transfer and for finding it in the first place. And bless you for all you do for everyone.
|John Redshaw||Redshaw Graves in NJ|
Hi, Jessi, if you recall some time ago we spoke about the headstone of my 2x great grandfather George Redshaw and how it was incorrectly engraved with the name of his daughter-in-law. At that time you generously offered a transfer, and at time I declined, mainly because I was new to find-a-grave. I was wondering if I could take you up on the offer at this time and ask you for a transfer of the Redshaw graves that you manage in New Jersey? If you take a look, I have started to manage other memorials of my family and I would love to manage the ones on my father's side as well. Thanks for being so kind in the past, John Redshaw.
Just wondering how you came across obituaries for this family!
Added by Annie on Jan 23, 2015 2:44 PM
I guess it's been while. I've recently come across clues as to Carl Wilhelm Moritz Lindenberg's ancestry. (Ostprignitz-Ruppin, Brandenburg). Someone has posted a lineage going back quite a few centuries.
I've learned that "Carl" was not an unusual spelling of the name. At least two records (haven't seen the originals) list his first name as "Carl". Could I ask you to change the name on the record?
|Linda J. (Garby) Barnes||Ida D'Aquino Bracco - Memorial# 104350557|
Thank you so much for creating this wonderful memorial to my cousin, Ida D'Aquino Bracco. I was happy to discover that a photo of what looks like a mausoleum stone with her name on it is now on her page.
Could you tell me if Ida's husband, John Bracco is also buried with Ida? I do not see his name on the stone but he died 2 years before Ida on 23 December 1997 in Old Bridge, Middlesex, New Jersey. Perhaps his name was never put on this stone? Is there anyway you could find out for us?
Thanks ever so much.
Linda J. (Garby) Barnes
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