On March 2, 1871, Catharine BUTTENBAUM was born to Frederick and Catherine (?) BUTTENBAUM in Town of Union in Hudson County. Frederich and Fredericka (b.1829) BUTTENBAUM first lived in Baltimore county, MD (after coming over from Germany). Found them in a newspaper when two babies died in 1863. Other children born there were Theodore b.1856, August b.1859 (my great grandfather), Frederick (b. in New York 1865), Lonie b. 1868 in N.J., and Edward b. 1870 in NJ. I found Fredericka in the 1880 census in Union (Hudson Co.) with family but no hubby. Aha! Then I found in the Index of Births in New Jersey a female child Catharine being born in Town of Union in Hudson County March 2, 1871 to parents Fred. and Catherine BUTTENBAUM (occupation of father Quarryman). So it seems my original Frederick left Fredericka after their last child Edward b. 1870 and married Catherine (or Catharine) having female baby Catherine in 1871 (all in Union, New Jersey) I especially want to learn more about the new marriage, birth of Catherine or Frederick's death. Searching for information on any of these folks. Thank you.
I have done some research on Caspar FEULNER and Katherine (?) , 1900 Hudson Ct. NJ. Children Barbara (my ggrandmother), Rachel, John, Kate, Matilda, and Nicholas. New Bergen Township. I would like to know where in Bavaria they were from. (What town?) Where did they die and when? Are they in a cemetery in New Jersey? Any information on their children? Any information anyone can help me with would be greatly appreciated.
I'm trying to locate anything on WILCOX. Benjamin WILCOX and his wife Mary CRONIN were from Ireland and came through Ellis Island in the early 1800s. I am pretty certain that they lived in Jersey City. He had a son born in New Jersey around 1830s. Want to see any lines from there.
My wife's surname is AMMERMAN, and we have tracked her ancestors back through nine generations. We believe that one of her ancestors is a Dirk Jans AMERMAN, who settled in Queen, Flatlands, by Canarsie in 1650. He may have been one of the first pilots on the Hudson River at Hoboken. It would be interesting to find out if this is true.
Interested in sharing information about the BAUM family included in my genealogy. My great-great grandfather, Konrad BAUM Sr. arrived in 1851 and resided in Hudson County, NJ where he petitioned the Court of Common Pleas for naturalization in October 1858. We do not have a date of naturalization. Konrad Sr. and his wife Maria have estate files in Hudson County, NJ courthouse. (His file# is Probate 21213) . His will was probated in 1902 and Maria's in 1908. Konrad Sr. had a son, Conrad Jr. (note the spelling of his name) who was born in Germany but emigrated at an early age. Conrad Jr. applied for naturalization on April 8, 1872 in Hudson County, NJ.
I am researching an Anthony LANCE who is listed in the 1840 Hudson census b 1810 to 1820. Is he connected to my ancestor Anthony LANCE, b NJ 1852 d 1931 Nickolson PA m Emma DECKER later to Permelia CAREY? His father was also an Anthony circa 1832 also NJ married to a Mary BROWN. Any information will be welcome.
All my KIRK relatives lived and died in Hudson Co.(mostly in N. Bergen) and are buried in Flower Hill Cemetery. I need dates to aquire records. John Francis KIRK, from Co. Cork Ireland died approx 1930? married to Anna T. (MOORE) KIRK, from Co. Longford Ireland died approx. 1940? Children: John F., Thomas J., Joseph, William, and Peter S. Peter S. KIRK, b.1896, d.1977? married (St. Bridgets, no date) to Edith (WENDE) KIRK, b. 1896? W. Hoboken, d. 1950? Children: John F., Thomas, Anna T., Edith, Gerald, James D. (Edith born in Guttenburg, Gerald in N. Bergen, both lived most of thier lives in N. Bergen, both buried in Geo. Washington Mem., Fairlawn) James D. KIRK,b. 1926, d. 1933? buried in Groves Cemetery, Union City. Anna T. KIRK married Louis E. ROMER, 2-12 1938 or 1939 in N. Bergen. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Need dates in order to obtain records. Augustus ROMER, came from Germany, panel #556 at Ellis Island, lived on New Kirk St., N.Bergen, had a junk business, died in 1939? in N. Bergen, married, (have no name or date) Children: August b.1890, Eugene b. 1895 (N.Bergen), possibly: Sophie, Selmer, Mamie or May. Eugene ROMER, b. 1895 (N.Bergen) d.1970 (Bergenfield) married (no date) Louise ROWE/ROEWE b. Hoboken, d. 1965 Bergenfield. Children: Louis Ernest, Louise Bertha, Warren, Eugene. Louis E. ROMER, b 1919 N.Bergen, d.1994 Lakewood NJ, married Anna T. KIRK 2/12/1938/39 (N.Bergen). Children: James, Marion, Carol, Janice. Any information will be greatly appreciated.
My father, Albert Edward ("Jerry") BOWDEN was born in Hudson County in Feb. 1897. I am trying to find out where he attended school before entering the US Army in 1917 in Jersey City. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
Desire to correspond and find persons who are researching the descendants of Gerrit GARRISON/GERRITSON of Bergen/Jersey City who has descendants who marry POST family. Particularly interested in GERRITSON families who migrated to Sussex Co. NJ twp of Wantage/Vernon. Thanks.
Seeking information about my second great-grandmother, Catherine GRAW b. June 3, 1830 in Communapoo, NJ (now Communipaw, Jersey City, NJ. She married John Ludwig ARNDT on February 2, 1857 in Newark, NJ. Any help will be appreciated.
I found my Great Grandfather, Harry GAERTNER, living in Hoboken in the 1900 census. Wife Katy GAERTNER, four children and his cousin Henry F. GAERTNER. Said he was born in New York in 1865. Both parents from Germany. Cousin also from Germany. Seeking information about Harry's parents and his cousin Henry.
Looking for information on the descendants of Franklin Pierce WELLS, b: Abt. 1858, m Adeline BURNS, b: Abt. 1858. Their son, George Fenton WELLS, Sr. (b: 1876 d: Aft. 1945 probably in NJ), m Elizabeth Louie HOUGARDY (b: 1876 d: December 18, 1966 probably NJ m: 1895 probably in NJ) Children of George and Elizabeth: Abe WELLS (b: November 29, 1898 in Jersey City, NJ d: July 1982 in VT) m Helen Marie SYLVESTOR (b: 1896 in Winborn, MA d: 1980 m: March 20, 1926 in MA); George Fenton WELLS, Jr. (b: March 25, 1904 in Jersey City, NJ d: November 28, 1991 in Wilmington, NC) m (1st) Catherine HURLEY (b: Abt. 1904 m: in Pt. Pleasant, NJ) m (2nd) Grace MCCORMACK (b: Abt. 1904 m: in Newport, RI) m (3rd) Grace M. WARD (b: September 19, 1909 in Manchester, NH d: April 08, 1961 in Wilmington, NC m: Abt. 1944 in PA) m (4th) Pearl CARNEY (b: April 09, 1918 in NC m: 1962 in Wilmington, NC); Oscar WELLS (b: May 18, 1906 in Jersey City, NJ) m Dorothy Ebersole HALLINGER (b: December 30, 1904 in Jersey City, NJ d: December 19, 1997 in Wilmington, NC m: October 15, 1931 in Jersey City, NJ); Margaret WELLS (b: 1908 in Jersey City, NJ) m Herbert GORDON (b: November 27, 1899 in NC d: September 23, 1973 in NC m: June 12, 1930); Dorothy WELLS (b: 1910 in Bayonne, NJ) m Edmund BRIGGS (b: October 17, 1910 d: July 29, 1975 in Willmington, NC m: Bef. 1930)
I am looking for information from the marriage record of my grandparents who lived in Union City and were married in April, 1897. Their names were William GUTSCHMIDT and Jennie TUREK (or TURECK). I would appreciate any information you can give me.
Any information on Louise MOL born in Belgium, married William WOODS and had three children, Christinia, Lillian and William. Her husband died in 1902. She married a Peter THOMPSON, lived in Hoboken. On her death certificate dated 1926 her husband's name was John MARTIN. They had lived on Willow Ave in Hoboken.
Seeking any information on Patrick TOOHEY family. He came from Ireland, married Bridget DONAHUE, had two children Nora and Maggie. They lived in Hoboken. By 1915 NJ census Patrick, Bridget and Nora were dead. Nora married John RENDER around 1898, lived in Hoboken. They had a son John in 1900.
Does anyone know of any old cemeteries in Hoboken that date back to 1876? I know there is one on Tonnell Ave. but that is in receivership and I can get no answer from them. This ggrandfather Karl ALBRECHT died in Hoboken 25 October 1876. Also a g-uncle that died in 1898-99. in Hoboken. Any help you can give me will be greatly appreciated.