|William Cochran (#39553354)|
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|Ginny G||RE: Memorial 99590283|
Thank you very much, Bill!
Added by Ginny G on Feb 20, 2017 6:31 PM
|Ginny G||Memorial 99590283|
Would you be willing to transfer the management of this memorial to me? Nell Van Buskirk Beach (Memorial 99590283)was my great-aunt. She had no children. Thank you for considering this request!
Added by Ginny G on Feb 19, 2017 11:48 AM
|Neil D Scheidt||Memorial 90081893|
Will you please remove the clip death notice from my memorial. It detracts from the overall image of the page, is mostly unreadable, and adds no additional information. If you wish to transcribe I will add in the bio section giving you credit. I know your intentions are honorable and I appreciate all your efforts on findagrave.
|Carole Elizabeth Nurmi Cummings # 47178231||Thanks EVER so much!|
Thanks from the bottom of my heart for adding the bio to memorial # 101305726. Truly truly appreciate your hard hard work!
Thank you for attaching the Catherine Weiandt Brown obit from the Reading Eagle to her cemetery record. (I am a descendant of her sister Rebecca Schaeffer.)
Added by drw on Apr 15, 2016 12:14 PM
|SHARON NEIMAN KLEINSTUBER||Sarah Hendricks|
In regards to you memorial # 44673201 for Sarah Hendricks. There is no "Pikeland Cemetery". There are 2 cemeteries on Pikeland Hill in Chester Springs, PA, but Sarah is in neither.
According to her death certificate, she is buried in St. Matthew's Lutheran Cemetery. Please edit the cemetery in this memorial.
|Bernard C Carey||Find a Grave #60075128|
I submitted a spouse edit to you but had the wrong Jacob Borrel. The Jacob I provided was their son. The correct spouse is memorial #60075126.
Thank you for the transfer
Added by andiema on Feb 02, 2015 1:34 PM
Thank you very much for making the updates to his memorial (and for making the memorial for Roy). There may be a Camp military photo from the 1940s that can be added, once I and the person who provided the photo are a bit more sure. Either way, I don't think it will do any harm to post it; rather than it being lost. I will let you know if the photo gets posted. Thanks again.
Added by LBS on Jan 05, 2015 5:51 PM
|Robert J. Bloomer||George Bloomer|
During the early 1880s the sons of George Bloomer (1808-1883) George, Anderson & David continued their father’s prosperous river business. The boys worked for their father on their schooner scows Three Sisters and the Corsair. The brothers also build a scow schooner and constructed a dock on the Hackensack River at River Edge. On August 1, 1893 their scow and load of brick sank while tied to their dock. It took a week to unload the bricks and raise the scow. Benjamin Westervelt recorded that he, Anderson Bloomer and Jacob Van Wagoner were contracted to recover the cargo of a sunken steamer near the Undercliffs. According to Benjamin the trio worked all winter recovering copper sheets, knives, and steel bars. Other cargo was apparently smuggled to friends. The Crowley got two barrels of Almonds, the Allisons two barrels of cranberries and Ben got a box of soap. During the “great flood” of October 16, 1901 George and Anderson Bloomer lost cordwood, coal and lumber stored at their Hackensack dock.
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