I have developed a passion for knowing more about my ancestors. On my paternal side is a relatively recent immigrant network of South Italians, mostly from the city of Maschito, Potenza, Basilicata, Italy, who arrived in New York City in the late 1800s through the early 1900s. On my maternal side is a vast array of northern European descendents, some of whom apparently arrived at the time that New York was under the control of the Dutch.
The unexpected discovery of these, and even richer genealogical details, was not possible without the help of time/resource-generous online "friends", such as those found on Find A Grave. I hope that I can offer the same to others on this site as well.
RE: 12334745 Pvt J Bennett No problem with your copying the photos, although they are both the same headstone, as I'm sure you noticed. The bottom one is simply before it was uprighted later.
If this is the only stone you're looking for on your visit, it is at the back right hand corner of the cemetery, where the iron fence bounds the Slocum Family Cemetery. Be very careful back there, as there is still a "dangling" tree from Sandy back there, as well as another that fell over completely more recently.
RE: Greenlawn Cemetery, WLB Greenlawn is a bit of a mess, especially right now. First of all, there is no map for the graves. The best you can do is from the pictures of the stones. And right now, there is a bit of a "strike" going on about the mowing. The trust committee which is supposed to pay the mower has been a bit dilatente (sp?) in payment, so the mower has not been mowing this summer. I may be able to help you find the graves you want, but I cannot swear to it.
RE: Contact info for Old Fir Meth Ch Cem I don't think they have a listing, except for the one that was made visually by ??? a few years back. The listing is at http://monmouthhistory.org/ (but not on-line unfortunately) as well as at the church itself. The listing was made in a white notebook and the maker refused to share with people on-line---I asked him personally. I doubt you'd ever get a contact at the church. I'd try the Freehold place by phone first, if I were you.
There are many graves there that have sunk into the ground and are currently not readable---and appear to have been "missing" for many years. I walked/photoed the entire visible cemetery for findagrave.