|pamela carnot||Washington Cemetery #1|
If you go back, Iíd really appreciated pictures of great great grandparents. Iím in So. Cal and donít get to Brooklyn.
Hyman Marcuse DOD 1903
Cemetery 1 post 125 row 35 grave 15
Rosalie Marcuse DOD 1928
Cemetery 1 Post 127 row 3 grave 16
|Bob Richfield||Bertha Reichsfeld Grave Photos|
Thank you so much for taking and posting these pictures. They are awesome!
|Brooke Schreier Ganz||Thanks!|
Thanks so much for taking that photo for me! I really appreciate it.
|Dina McLelland||RE: Max Duhl|
Ok thank you for looking. I do know that there are some other family members there under the name Ceppos. I have pictures for the 2 I know about - Samuel and Sarah. I just wasn't sure if there were others. One of these days when I go back to Boston to visit, I am going to have to take a trip to NY and NJ to do some picture taking of all the family graves once I find them. Unfortunately, Washington Cemetery doesn't have any kind of online listing of the interments, so it makes it hard to find out who is buried there without calling them to ask them to look up a last name.
|Dina McLelland||Max Duhl|
Thank you So much for getting the picture of my Great Grandfather's grave. I had only the one picture of my Great Grandmother's, but not his. This means so much to me. Thank you again.
Thank you for looking for ancestors stone in Washington cemetery, not sure why the stone was not there. I will try to contact them and fix this. Thank you for trying!!
Added by Angela on Aug 30, 2015 7:20 PM
|Pam McGee-Martin||headstone pics|
Thanks so much for getting the pics of Marcus & Mena Lind's headstone. I really appreciate it
|Alana Lipkin||Tillie & Samuel Scheinker|
Thanks so much for the terrific photo of the Scheinkers' headstone. Do I have your permission to attach it to my tree in Ancestry?
|richard v.||Memorial #127046579|
Dear Ms. Verna,
I am member #48086776, and I want to take this opportunity to thank you for the photo of my Great Uncle's memorial. The clarity is superb, and after seventy-five years, thanks to you, I can complete his Find A Grave memorial. Once again, thank you so very much.
|Linda Peloquin||RE: James DeBow|
I believe I was told several years ago that the group FACSI aka Friends Of Abandoned Cemeteries of Staten Island have a lot of whatever records managed to survive for many of those neglected SI cemeteries but the records are incomplete & hit or miss for may of those cemeteries.
There don't seem to be actual maps of the cemeteries showing the plots & w/o knowing the "when" of a death, I can't send to NYC Muni Archives for a search(I'd like to have at least a ballpark idea of the "when" as paying for those searches adds up fast) & death record should one even exist.
I guess I'll just keep digging around in those FHL films & hoping to run across something. I did find James DeBow's info & that of his son James, Jr. after scrolling through some yards of film. And I found some of my Jones in the Summerfield ME Church, Mariners Harbor records so I may eventually turn up something.
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