Inscriptions from Methodist cemetery at Jamaica

by Josephine C. Frost in [n.p.]

Written in English
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  • Epitaphs -- New York (State) -- Jamaica.
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LC ClassificationsF129.J2 F91
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p.l., 7, l numb. 1., 1 l., 76, 4 numb. l.
Number of Pages76
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18084102M
LC Control Numberca 13000354

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(The History of Red Hill United Methodist Church, and Cemetery was taken from pa of the book called; The Heritage of Etowah County, Alabama. Note, I only used a small part of the article in writing the Cemetery's History, that you read above. Inscriptions from Prospect Cemetery, Jamaica, NY Account Book of Aaron Van Nostrand: (Chairmaker ) Sexton for grave digging, bell ringing, pall and attendings at the Grace Episcopal Church of Jamaica, LI, NY ; copied by Josephine C. Frost. Family book states the spelling of her name in the family bible is Roads. More About Mary Roades: Burial: Prospect Cemetery, Jamaica, Queens, NY (Source: Josephine C Frost, INSCRIPTIONS FROM PROSPECT CEMETERY, JAMAICA, NEW YORK, September , Mary, wife of John I. Bennett, died Age 70 years, 3 months and 28 days.) More About File Size: KB. MeadowRest Memorial Gardens, Saint Catherine Parish, Jamaica. Records. Images. Cemetery page showing maps, records, and images of headstones in the MeadowRest Memorial Gardens, Saint Catherine Parish, Jamaica | BillionGraves Cemetery and Images. Get the BillionGraves app now and help collect images for this cemetery!

Type Region Begin Date End Date Description Format; Cemetery: A hand book for the Albany Rural Cemetery: with an appendix on emblems: Online: Cemetery: A History of the establishment of the Hillsdale Rural Cemetery Association. Results for Cemetery in Jamaica, NY. Get free custom quotes, customer reviews, prices, contact details, opening hours from Jamaica, NY based businesses with Cemetery keyword. Creator New York Genealogical and Biographical Society Call number NYGB Loc Language Materials in English Preferred Citation New York Genealogical and Biographical Society Collection locale files, Irma and Paul Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and Genealogy, The New York Public Library. Links to Other Sites. New York City Cemetery Project. Find A Grave. Private Cemetery Resources New Lots Private Cemetery There are about interments in this little burial ground, mostly those of descendants of the original Dutch settlers to the area.

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EMBED EMBED (for wordpress Inscriptions from Methodist cemetery at Jamaica by Frost, Josephine C. Publication date Topics Epitaphs -- New York (State) Jamaica Publisher [n.p.]Pages: First Methodist Church Cemetery Find a Grave.

Grace Churchyard Burials from Sexton's Book to Jane Devlin. Inscriptions from Lott Family Burying Ground Jane Devlin. Inscriptions from Methodist cemetery at Jamaica, New York / WorldCat Inscriptions from Methodist cemetery, Jamaica, New York Family History Library.

Prospect Cemetery is a historic cemetery located in the Jamaica section of the New York City borough of was established in and known as the "burring plas." The cemetery's original main gate was on Beaver Road which led from Sutphin Boulevard to Jamaica Avenue. The cemetery was generally known as the Presbyterian burial ground and is one of the few remaining Colonial cemeteries Location: th St.

and Beaver Rd., Jamaica, New York. Prospect Cemetery, th St, Jamaica, Queens Index of names from Frost's book, Inscriptions from Prospect Cemetery New York Marble Cemetery, 41 1/2 Second Ave.

Book/Printed Material Inscriptions from Methodist cemetery at Jamaica, Also available in digital form. Contributor: Frost, Josephine C. "Monumental Inscriptions of the British West Indies," was written by James Henry Lawrence-Archer [], and published in It contains pages plus 12 prefatory pages.

These web pages contain the complete text, including the description of Arms which are illustrated in the book but not reproduced here. Inscriptions from 13 old cemeteries in Putnam Co., N.Y. Contributor Names Library of Congress Control Number Language English OCLC Number Inscriptions from Methodist cemetery at Jamaica, Also available in digital form.

Jamaica lies just to the northeast of the Methodist Cemetery. We are Inscriptions from Methodist cemetery at Jamaica book the following GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude) for the Methodist Cemetery. Lat: ° (40° 42' 2") Lon: °. Church was organizedcorner of Fulton & Fontine Streets. The cemetery is on the southwest corner of the intersection of Guy R Brewer Boulevard and Liberty Avenue.

The cemetery is Memorials: added (2% photographed). Marina Delfos, unofficial caretaker of the Falmouth cemetery, near Jamaica’s tourist playground, Montego Bay, counts twenty-one known Jewish cemeteries island.

Explore this cemetery for graves, information and tombstones for names in Prospect Cemetery in Jamaica, New York, a Find A Grave on: Jamaica, Queens County, New York, USA.

Kelly, Arthur C.M. (), Vital Records of the Protestant Reformed Church of Acquackanonck (Passaic, NJ), including some births ;and Acquackanonk Reformed Church Graveyard. Kinship (Previous published Holland Society); Published also as Old Acquackanonk Church Records as printed in "The Church Tablet" [Ch.T.] monthly newsletter of the.

Within the next five years cemetery corporations began to buy up farms in Queens County and lay out large cemeteries: Calvary (), Evergreens (), Cypress Hills (), Mount Olivet (), St.

Michael's () and Lutheran (). Josephine C. Frost has 61 books on Goodreads with 5 ratings. Josephine C. Frost’s most popular book is Inscriptions from Methodist Cemetery at Jamaica.

This is likely the least-known of Jamaica’s older cemeteries. Although it’s located at Liberty Avenue and Guy R.

Brewer Boulevard, it’s officially the churchyard of Jamaica’s First United Methodist Church, which is located some distance away at Highland Avenue in Hillcrest; the church continues to protect and maintain the cemetery, which dates to the early s and hasn’t had.

First United Methodist Church of Jamaica, Jamaica, New York. likes. At First United Methodist Church of Jamaica, it's our mission to help you explore your relationship with God and improve those 5/5(1). Cemetery inscriptions, Stark County, Ohio Item Preview They were made as straight as possible during the cropping.

The pages were faded in some parts of the book. The map in the front was close to the binding which made cropping difficult. The text was also close to the binding. Addeddate Consisting of self-published and limited-run compilations of gravestone transcriptions from historical cemeteries, the AGS Cemetery Inscriptions Collection offers rich documentation of epitaphs and memorial language, with an emphasis on colonial and early national-era in New England and Ohio.

The collection is arranged by state and town. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. User Review - Flag as inappropriate.

Earlier version of Dunn's A Tale of Two Plantations. Other editions - View all. Monumental Inscriptions of Jamaica Philip Wright Snippet view - Common terms and phrases.4/5(1). {{ }} Author. {{ r }}.

INSCRIPTIONS FROM LOTT FAMILY BURYING GROUND. The following inscription were copied 30 Sep by Mr. William F. WYCKOFF of Jamaica, Long Island, who gave them to Josephine C. FROST, (Mrs. Samuel Knapp FROST), of Brooklyn, N.

The cemetery is located on the Jamaica Plank Road adjoining Rockaway R. in Jamaica, Long Island. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Josephine C. Frost. Books from the extended shelves: Frost, Josephine C.: Ancestors of Alden Smith Swan and his wife Mary Althea Farwell / ([Salem, Mass.: Higginson Book Co., ?]) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Frost, Josephine C.: Ancestors of Amyntas Shaw and his wife Lucy Tufts Williams: showing Mayflower lines never before.

Cemetery Inscriptions of Orange County, Indiana "Dedicated to the memory of the pioneers of Orange County, who came here when this land was a wilderness; who blazed the trails and hewed homes out of the forests and have left to us a goodly heritage."--Original Dedication of DAR Cemetery Records.

Jamaica Cemeteries: See reviews and photos of 5 cemeteries in Jamaica, New York on Tripadvisor. Epitaphs -- New York (State) -- Watervliet. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.

Broader terms: Epitaphs -- New York (State) Watervliet (N.Y.) Filed under: Epitaphs -- New York (State) -- Watervliet Inscriptions from the grave stones in the cemetery on Eighth street, Watervliet, New York, adjoining the United States arsenal on the south west.

monumental inscriptions. john mcintyre, mason, who was born in the parish of glen orchy, in the county of argyle, n.b., the 29th day of march,arrived in this island on the 4th day of june,where, he lived much respected until the 15th day of june,when he died, making him 74 years of age, & 53 a resident in jamaica.

Each transcription we publish comes from a single-source, be it the cemetery office, government office, church office, archived document, a tombstone transcriber. Other websites already do an excellent job of crowd-sourcing a single cemetery together.

But genealogists also. The cemetery inscriptions cont ained in thig book are copied from manuscripts in the possession of Mr. William F. Wyckoff, Of Long I al and, a 1 ægyer and well known gentleman Of that town and Brooklyn a member of the Long Island Historical Society, who ig interested.

Jamaicas Tombstone Inscriptions By Linda Taylor Aug at I'm having a difficult time finding "free" genealogy records for Jamaica but I did locate a book titled THE JEWS OF JAMAICA, TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS -by Richard B Barnett and Philip Wright.

Open book or Bible: Deceased teacher, minister, etc. Palm Branch: Signifies victory and rejoicing. Picks and shovels: Mortality. Poppy: Sleep. Portals: Passageway to eternal journey. Rose in full bloom: Prime of life.

Rosebud: Morning of life or renewal of life. Roses: Brevity of mortal life. Sheaf of wheat: Ripe for harvest, divine harvest time.Long's History of Jamaica, first published in in three volumes but again in the s, was his well-known work.

This book gives a political, social, and economic account with a survey of the island, parish by parish from to It is a comprehensive book, yet it contains some of the most virulent descriptions of Jamaicans and Africans in general.The book contains a mention of the cemetery and the notation that a transcription had been done in The only copies of this transcription have been located in a book compiled by Alice Meigs, Nassau County Cemeteries, at the Long Island Division of the Queens Borough Library in Jamaica, NY and at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.