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Carl Myers
RE: Elizabeth Fuller gravesite
Yes her tombstone was 90 % underground. I had to take off about 2 inches of plants, weeds and grass to see the pic you are seeing. It is flat and dirty but not cracked unless you are talking about the bottom.

I am sure I will be going back so let me know if you have any special request.

Carl
Added by Carl Myers on Oct 22, 2013 6:58 PM
Bob Collins
RE: Reillys in Green-Wood
I'm not sure what you mean when you say you don't know how to find the other Reillys on section 154, lot 24051 (as well as Sarah Rose).

Go to Frank Reilly's page. Click on the grave photo—it is only a thumbnail—when you click on it it will enlarge and reveal a caption. The caption includes the names of all the Reillys buried in that lot (most of whom, including Frank, are NOT memorialized on the stone.) Use the list of names to search for the relevant memorial pages. Here is the portion of the caption that lists the names:

"[NOTE: Lot burial list from online cemetery records, with burial dates (may be incomplete; contact cemetery for complete information):
REILLY: Frank, 9/24/1915; Agnes, 6/4/1888; Charles, 6/10/1943; Irene R, 2/5/1991; Irene Rose, 3/25/1939; John M, 10/28/1882; John M, 4/15/1887; Mary A, 4/9/1884; Robert B, 12/15/1906; Sarah F, 8/31/1888; Sarah T, 4/28/1932; and William, 9/20/1916.
ROSE: Sarah, 12/21/1923.]"

The caption also includes a complete transcription of the text inscribed on the stone. I hope this helps.
Added by Bob Collins on Apr 15, 2013 8:49 PM
Bob Collins
Reillys in Green-Wood
Frank Reilly's page is a duplicate. Most or all of the Reillys in 154/24051 have memorial pages and the grave photo (with caption) has been uploaded to each one. Look for existing records before adding new ones.
Added by Bob Collins on Jan 29, 2013 1:28 PM
Leigh Ann Boley Kaczor
RE: Hillside Cemetery
Thank you for going there to begin with. If you have time will you go there and take pictures of what you can. As it is getting cold and I would rather you not get too cold doing this.
Added by Leigh Ann Boley Kaczor on Dec 17, 2012 6:57 PM
RobMinteer57
Helena Cramer
The picture for Helena does not match the memorial--she is Helen and her dates are completely different. Not sure about the illegible pic...
Added by RobMinteer57 on Oct 12, 2012 3:18 PM
Jenny McBrannon
Charles Cramer
Thank you so much. I do believe this is his headstone as you can vaguely make out the date and he was born in March 14, 1828 and died May 24, 1879.

There are a lot of Cramers I believe there too, as I just now stumbled upon this cemetery by chance, I was in New Jersey this month for one day and found the more resent Cramers there in Harleigh Cemetery (or my great grandfather and great aunts and uncles. It was so exciting to find them. I found my grandmother there at Locustwood too but did not know where my grandfather was buried in New Jersey. So searching a little more when I got home, I came across Hillside Cemetery and there are so many of our ancesters there. I was telling my husband I am going to have to go back some day and finish this. We live in TX so not easy to do and I work full time. So I squeeze what time in I can to find them.

I would so greatly appreciate it if you could get me that list. I just know there are a lot buried there. Like Mary Gaskill Cramer, wife of Charles Cramer born in 1789. It makes it hard because so many named their first born after the father so we have lots of Charles Cramers. My grandfather that I wasn't able to find is a Charles Burris Cramer, Jr born Oct. 9, 1893 and died April 1, 1965.

So the Charles you found for me is my great great grandfather. Thank you sooooo much.

Let me know what you can find. Can't tell you how much I appreciate this and how fast you replied.

Have a nice evening and keep in touch.

Thanks
Added by Jenny McBrannon on Aug 19, 2012 8:31 PM
 

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