Thanks for the response. I'm trying to track down some of these errors too.
Posting the corrected dates in the cemetery reading that exists in USgenweb archives might be a way to get rid of one source of the confusion. Then making an announcement to that effect would be useful too, such as here, and on the appropriate Rootsweb list. Is that possible?
I have a general question about the cemetery readings for NJ Ocean County, maybe you can answer this one. Do you have any idea where all the annotations after the names/dates came from? I had noticed at least one total impossibility in the notes which follow after some names/dates in the Silverton Cemetery. This was a supposed second marriage which was actually that of a same-name son and a female of which there were several with the same name (all cousins --not GANT but another family connected). Clearly many of these notes were not gravestone inscriptions, but there is no mention in the online cemetery presentation (in USgenweb) that tells when these notes were made, or on what they were based.
Like you, I'm trying to get to the bottom of various confusing factoids... thanks for any insight you can provide.
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