Richard, Robert, Peter and Rose (QUAIL) TEAGUE all came to the US from County Fermanagh, Ireland. Robert died single, but the others had families. Peter's only surving child, Peter, became a policeman in Jersey City and d. in the 1950's. Rose QUAIL and Bernard TEAGUE had 4 sons and a daughter - John Robert (b. 1880); James; Thomas Joseph (b. 1880); George Aloysius (b. 1888) and Margaret Rose, my grandmother, born in Jersey City in 1890. Any info appreciated.
Frederick BONYKAMPER came from Hannover, Germany to Jersey City, Hudson Co., NJ in the early 1800's. He married Sarah Ann ACKERLY, dau. of (John?) ACKERLY and Eliza MILLS. Any information on any of these would be appreciated.
I am looking for genealogical information about Charles YOUNG (aka Karl JUNG) B. 1878, D. 1927 in Secaucus, N.J., m. 1903 -1905 to Augusta PFISTER. Would like to know actual city of birth and time of emigration
to the U.S.?
Mark PEARCE (PIERCE) married Mary E. QUACKENBUSH in Newark in 1846.
Mark was a tailor, the son of Henry Harrison PEARCE and Maria BUSH of Caldwell, NJ.
Mary was the daughter of David and Mahala QUACKENBUSH. Her father, David, was a carpenter listed in Newark city directories from 1836-1864. David died in 1864 and Mahala in 1870. David did move the family to Jersey City for a few years in the 1850s, but returned to Newark in 1860.
I am trying to trace the origins of this David QUACKENBUSH family, who may have migrated from Orange County, New York State. David was born in NY according to census records, though his wife, Mahala, and all children were
born in New Jersey.
It does not appear that our David QUACKENBUSH is directly related to the prominent hardware store owner David QUACKENBUSH from Paterson, NJ.
Can anyone help me?
Looking for the DAVENPORT family who lived in Jersey City, NJ about 1850, descendants of the Coventry CT group. Also, VAN_DEVENTER, living in Jersey City about the same time up to 1890. Both are buried in Bayview/New York Bay Cemetery, in Hoboken.
Caroline (Lucy/Carrie) FORD, my grandmother, was b. 3 Jan. 1881, d. 12 Aug. 1938 and is buried in Holy Name Cemetery, Jersey City. Lucy was her baptismal name. Her parents lived at 8th Street, Jersey City. Their other child was: Lizetti FORD who m. Hank SMITH. Lizetti and Hank had children: Ada, Betty, Edna, Dave, Harry and Frank SMITH. Caroline m. John MAGNER in either Paterson or Jersey City. They resided in Jersey City and had 4 sons and one daughter. The FORD's were said to have come from the Tuxedo, NY area.
William MORRISON and Rebecca ? lived in North Bergen, NJ where William d. Sept. 10, 1969. He is buried in Riverside Cemetery, Rochelle Park. Is there someone who would go to the cemetery and photograph the headstone and see if his wife, Rebecca, is buried next to him? I would be willing to reimburse that individual for any time and expense incurred.
My ggrandfather, William Jackson BUNNELL, founded the Bunnell Funeral Home in Jersey City 1870. His son George BUNNELL took over when William died...probably in 1892-93 because he was listed in the JC Directory for the last time in 1893; the following year (1894) his wife Rachel appears. So, why can't I find a Death Certificate for him? Someone looked for me and there's no record of his death in JC or Hudson Co. Considering that the wake would be at HIS funeral home, isn't this rather peculiar?
To add to the puzzle, the cemetery where we think he was buried has been moved... don't know where! The old location was at The Emory Methodist- Episcopal Church (no longer in existance) which we believe was located on Emory St. in JC in the 1890's, but later moved - not sure
when - to 140 Belmont Ave. Then in 1945 a new church was built next to the site of the old one on Belmont. It is still there, but another Methodist Church has taken over ...and no one seems to know where the old cemetery is now!
So where do I go from here? I would very much appreciate any help
I am seeking info on August ASLUND b. ca 1870 in Bergen/Hudson Co. He married Matilda JOHNSON. A son, Oscar E. ASLUND died in Hudson Co. in 1893. I would love to hear from anyone who may be able to help me with this family.
have been trying to locate my grandmother on an immigration list with no luck. Can you tell me if Hoboken was a port of entry and if so where might I find this info? The surname is CERSTVIK. They arrived between
1902-1906. Father is Paul Cerstvik, mother Suzie, children Anna and Peter. They lived in Newark and was recently told of Hoboken. I have looked on several indexes for Ellis Island to no avail. Please email me with ANY info that you might know. Thanks