I am looking for my paternal Grandparents. I am unsure if either were born in Hudson County, but I do know my father was born in Jersey City, Hudson Co., NJ. Marian or (Marion) ELLIOT born circa 1922 and Frederick SCHWARTZ born circa 1918. Any leads helpful.
Need information on a John DINGLEDINE, Paul DINGLEDINE, Louis DINGLEDINE, Martin KRUMM, Martha KRUMM and Johanna KRUMM. Need especially, death notice of Martha KRUMM, who died Oct 1918. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
I'm interested in any information concerning the Wolhaven family in Hudson County during the period from 1860-1880. Helen WOLHAVEN married Frederick FRANK in Jersey City during that period. Their son, Edward Joseph FRANK married Elizabeth WARD in 1896 in Jersey City.
At this time I have limited information concerning my grandparents, Angelo Sedondino GILA and
Clotilde FILEPPO/FILIPPO, and their ancestors. They immigrated to this country in the late 1800's or early 1900's and had children Angelo Paul (my father), Joseph, Giacinta, Marie, and John. Any information you can find would be appreciated. Thanks.
I am looking for Edward KELLY, born in NJ in 1820. His father was born in Ireland, and his mother was born in NJ. I have a copy of the 1830 NJ Census index. There is only one Edward Kelly listed. He is listed as living in Hudson County, Harrison Township. Edward KELLY came to Neptune, Center Township, Mercer County, Ohio between the 1850 census time and 1854 when he married Elizabeth POLING. I have most of the information after this date. I need parents' names, siblings' names, age and date when Edward's father came from Ireland, and any other information you may have. Also I am looking for any Hudson County volunteer who does lookups as I have been beating my head against this particular brick wall long enough.
James MURNANE, born jul 28, 1868 in Ireland, lived in Hoboken in the early 1900's. He worked for the Lackawanna Railroad. His wife's name was Honora ?. I have a newspaper article form the NJ Observer (approximate date 1906) that states that James and Honora (age 34) just had a set of triplets and the babies were doing fine. Also stated that they previously had two sets of twins for a total of 12 children. They lived in the Fourth electoral district at 122 Grand Street, Hoboken. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. My grandfather, John MURNANE, was James' brother. John's daughter, Irene MURNANE WALTON celebrated her 90th birthday June 30. 1997
Andrew T. WITTER born N.Y.C. on 10 Oct, 1839, moved to Jersey City in 1868. He owned and operated a painting, shades and upholstery business for a while wit SCHOTT. Believe he was married to Mary E. ?, also born in NY City. Andrew had a son Walter Grover WITTER, born 1872. I do not believe Mary was his mother. Have a record of Andrew living in Jersey City into the 1890's. He was elected alderman of the 2nd district in 1894. I'm trying to learn anything about this family including other children. Would like to know names of Andrew's parents but any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank-you.
We are trying to find census information for Hudson County from 1910. The name of the person is John William ROWLINSON. The info we are looking for is whether he still resided in Jersey City at this time. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Mary Teresa WINTERS born ca 1853, is the daughter of James and Mary WINTERS of Jersey City. She married my great-great uncle, Terrence J. MCDONALD and had 10 children. I would like to find more information about her children, also about her parents and siblings, who may have been an influential family in Jersey Ciuty in the late 1800's.
CAHILL, Daniel (ca 1874) was the son of Thomas CAHILL and Margaret GRIFFIN. Daniel married Mary MCDONALD in 1892 at St. Michaels RC Church in Jersey City. They had two children, Thomas and Ella CAHILL, Daniel CAHILL died before 1900. His son, Thomas, died of appendicitis at age 23. Ella CAHILL had not married as of 1920, but I would like to find out more about her, any spouses, cousins, descendants, etc.
MCDONALD, Terrence J. (b. ca 1841 IRE), came to the US during the Famine. He was the son of Alexander MCDONALD and Ellen CONNOLY. Alexander deserted the family in 1857. Terrence was a veteran of the Civil War and arrived in Jersey City in 1868, after his marriage to Mary WINTERS (d. 1923) Became a member of the school board and had 4 terms in the NJ State Assembly. Need info on his children and their descendants. Their children were James L. (b. 1869), John J. (b. 1870), Francis or George (b. 1872), Mary or Ellen (b. 1874), Rachel Loretta (1876), Ambrose Joseph (1879), Agnes Genevieve (1881), Edward Alexander (1883), Ann (1885), Robert Aloysius (1888)