WARREN COUNTY, NJ QUERIES 2

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General Question -
1. Is there a list of the residents of Warren County around 1820?
2. Also I understand that I can get vital records from Trenton starting in year 1848. My dad is interested in getting a copy of a birth certificate from 1828. Is that available from Warren County?
Contact Eugene A. Hannan

General Question - Is there a way to research wills on the internet? I'm trying to access a book of wills for Warren County, NJ 1689-1890. We are interested in the will of Lawrence Lomerson. The will number is 01671, PB 1864. Thanks for any help.
Joanna Taft
Contact Joanna Taft
General Question: Looking for a place in New Jersey called "Fites Wood". I'm hoping this is in Waren County. Please email me if you know where this is. Thanks in advance!
Contact Sue Bosevich
Names and probable years of migration for New Jersey families moving to Allegheny County, Penna, near Monongahela River, known as the "New Jersey settlement" (History of Allegheny County, Penna. p94) Seek connection with Abraham Miller...
1766-Thomas, William, Samuel and Benjamin Applegate, James and Walter Wall (descended from Walter Wall,came from England in 1635)
1768-Donald Munro, Hugh Davidson, James Halleday, James Terry, Richard Parker, John Reed, Samuel Devore, Abraham Miller, William McClure, Philip Rodgers, Robert Smith, Cornelius Thompson, Adam McConnell, James Wilson
1769-William Neiley, Alexander Dunlap, Andrew Pearce (also Peairs), Joseph Warne, James Pearse
1770-David Williams, Moses Devore
1772-Azariah Davis, Henry Liming, Joseph Liming
1773-Robert Craighead
1774-Daniel Thompson, Joseph Beckett, Esq.
1777-Matthew McKinney, Richard Sparks, John Imbly
1778-Alexander Craig
1779-Zacharias Wilson
Contact Alderdiceb@aol.com
Looking for information about the following: the Starlight Lodge, K. of P. and the Ute Tribe of Red Men. Joseph C. Thompson was a member of those 2 organizations which were mentioned in his obituary.
Contact Barbara Christensen
ALBERT - Looking for info.Jacob Albert d. 1881 Hope Twp. marr. Elizabeth ? d. 1861 both
burr. at Free Union Methodist Ch. Cem. Child: Monas d. 1906 marr. Lavinia Jane? John b. 1820 d. 1897 marr. Caroline Fleming, James b. 1828 d. 1909 marr. Louisa Barnes, rebeca d. 1855 Margaret, Samuel b. 1836 poss. served in Civil War, Anal and Elizabeth. Know there were more sibblings. all from Warren Co. Probably b. in Hope Twp.
Contact Brenda Miller
BALL - Wanting information on Elizabeth Hall Married Theodore Ball. both born about 1858.
Wm. Ball who married Lena C. Ozenbaugh, Theordore's parents. Anyone having information on George Seals who married Mehetable Bilby1873 ish. These are all my Great Grandparents. Contact Elizabeth A. Ball Holmes
BARBER-BUSKIRK-KENNEDY-ENNIS-SHIPMAN-MELICK-COLEMAN-INSLEY-
ALLEN-McINTIRE - Seeking information on the families of John & Margaret Barber, and his son,
Jesse & Johanna (Shipman) Barber. Beg 1730 Presbyterians, farmers, Amer. Revolution Soldier, doctors, ESQ, deacons. *Need BIRTH date & place for John Barber, b 1719 d 13 Dec 1777 in
Uniontown, Warren Co. NJ. Buried at Greenwich Cemetery, Stewartsville, NJ. *Need Margaret's MAIDEN name, BIRTH date & place. Born 1719, d 3 May 1804, buried at Greenwich Cemetery, Stewartsville, NJ. Thank you for any information that you may have.
Contact Joan Boothe
BARNES/CYPHERS/CAMPBELL - I'm looking for information on the family of Theophilus BARNES, born Aug. 7 1816, near Phillipsburg, Warren County, NJ, and died in Champaign Co., Illinois in 1894 and Nancy CYPHERS. They were married around 1835, they moved to Ohio, and finally settled in Champaign County, Illinois.Their first child Christopher P. BARNES was born 1836 in Warren County, he also settled in Champaign County, Illinois. All other children were possibly born in Ohio. Theophilus' parents were Gershom and Mary (Miller) Barnes. Mary was the granddaughter of a McDonald Campbell. , . Nancy was born in 1813. Do not know who her parents were. Theophilus is my Gt-gt-gt-grandfather, and Christopher is my Gt-gt-grandfather.Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Contact Betty Bond
BARNES - Wm. Barnes m. Anna Edmonds, their son Amos marr. Christeen Weller Child. Anna m ? Jones, Wn, m. Rebecca Fleming, Samuel M. Sarah Ann Moore, Lewis m. 1. Lydia Albertson 2. Lake, Louisa m. James Albert, John m. Abbie Covert
James, Charlotte m. ?Stanley all from Warren Co. N.J> Brenda
Contact Brenda Miller
BOGERT - I am searching for any info/family of my gggrandfather, John BOGERT, b. 1798- poss. NJ or eastern PA. He married Rachel VAN SCODER and moved to Girard, PA.
I believe his father was David BOGERT and his gfather, Cornelius BOGERT, both of Warren and Huntington Ctys., NJ. Rachel was possibly born in NJ, but have no idea where. I would appreciate any information on either of these names. Thank you.
Contact Marian Hartley
BRUNDAGE - I am looking for any BRUNDAGE that might have ties to Warren County. Thank you,
Contact Mary BRUNDAGE Thomson
CHAMBERS - I am researching on Moses Chambers's family, he married to Rebecca Trigg. Their son, Oliver Perry Chambers who was born in Warren Co., NJ in 1848. Any further information on this family and their ancestors will be appreciated. Thanks.
Contact Steven M. Manning
COLE, Jacob S - born Oxford, NJ around 1820/1821, married Priscilla REED in PA in 1844, emmigrated to IL.
Contact Lisa Anisah Haynes
COLLARD - Hello! My name is Wm Collard and i'm researching early Warren county for the family of COLLARD> (french hugenots or Dutch Reformed) who settled the area fom ulster county Ny or Hunterdon county north. Approximate date 1740/ Settled at Stillwater, LogGoal(now Johnsonbutg), Oxford center of worship was the "Yellow Frame Church" possible first names. of Collard family. Isaac, James, Johm, Elijah, Joseph, WIlliam. Alternate spelling Caillard, Couillard, Collord. Willing to share info on later generations in KY MO and Tex. Any info
appreciated.
Contact Bill Collard
COLLINS - family from Broadway, NJ - My wife's mother was sarah collins. she was born in 1912, and born in her parents home. she died 1981. she married edward francis hendershot
from lebanon, nj.
Contact gimpynan@bellatlantic.net
CONOVER, OSBORN - Searching for parents of Peter CONOVER, b 1834 in Harmony; m. Emeline OSBORN 1857 in Warren Co. Who were Peter's and Emeline's parents? Believe Peter's father to be Aaron, but no proof. Thanks for any clues.
Contact Al Stoner
COOPER, LEVI - I'm looking for information on my greatgrandfather who was born in warren or
somerst county new jersey. he was born in 1830. My grandfather was born in warren county
in 1861. His name was john abraham cooper, His mothers name is jane i don"t know her last name. Anyone here in kansas that knows about these people are dead and i'm having a hard time finding any information. any help would be apreciated.
Contact John W. Cooper
CYPHERS - I am trying to locate information on a Paul Cyphers born in Belvidere on 7/23/1823. The information I want is names of siblings, names of parents, and any DOB, DOD, and marriage info. Any leads helpful.
Contact Liane Elliot
CYPHERS - Researching CYPHERS, need parents of Paul, b.-28 SEP 1823,Belvedere,NJ, died 1895 or 1897 in KS, also Jacob b.-1818 in NJ, and Abraham b.-abt 1832 in NJ.
Contact Charlene K. Kolterman
DAVIS - Looking for any information on: James DAVIS Wife: Mary TAYLOR
b. 1761 Hunterdon County, NJ b. 1765, NJ m. 1780-1792??????? d. 183?, Union Cty, IN
d. 6-26-1827 Union County, IN
Enlisted in 3rd NJ Regiment under: - Capt. Anthony Sharp - Col. Elias Dayton 3rd Reg.
- Capt. Samuel Flaningham - Col. Elias Dayton 3rd Reg. Served 1776 to 1780
Their first child was born in February, 1792.
I think that at some time James DAVIS and Mary TAYLOR were associated with Warren County.
Contact Jim Davis
DENNIS - seeking any information or connection to Cornelia Lula Dennis, born in Johnsonburg, NJ on November 25, 1851. Cornelia's parents were Lewis and Amanda Dennis who may have been killed in an accident. The Dennis children were reportedly raised by the Blair family
who were involved in the construction of railroads. Cornelia married Alfred John Hester from Iowa and raised a family in Iowa and Nebraska. Cornelia may have had a brother or cousin named Thomas A. Dennis who married Alfred Hester's sister, Marrey Hester.
Contact David Linn
DENNIS, BLAIR - looking for information on the parents or siblings of Cornelia Lulu Dennis born Nov 25, 1851 in Johnsonburg, NJ. She married Alfred John Hester and lived most of her life in Blair, Nebraska where she died Feb 17, 1909. Her parents reportedly were killed in an accident and she and her siblings were raised by the Blair family who were associated with the construction of the Chicago and Northwestern and Fremont, Elkhorn and Missouri Valley Railroads. A Thomas A. Dennis married her husband's sister and may have been a relative. Her father may have been Lewis Dennis. She also had a relative named Fred Dennis, relationship unknown.
Contact David Linn
DENNIS,MANNING families I am looking for info on the following family: Abraham Dennis and Susannah Manning married 20 Oct 1795 Sussex Co. NJ. They were of Knowlton which is now part of Warren Co. Known children are:
1)Manning Dennis, born 7 July 1796
2)Catherine Dennis, born 7 Nov 1797 These 2 children were baptized in the 1st German and English Church of Knowlton
3)Mary Dennis, born 06 Jan 1800 in Wantage Twp., Sussex Co., NJ; died 21 Jan 1891 in Madison Co., IA. She married (1) Zephaniah Drake , II, 13 May 1818 in Wantage Twp., Sussex Co., NJ. He was the son of John Zephaniah Drake and Sarah Casky. She married (2) John W. Spohn Aft. 1850.
Children of Mary Dennis and Zephaniah Drake are:
i. Sarah Drake, born 02 Sep 1818 in Sussex Co.,NJ; died 08 Sep 1851 in Washington Co., PA; married David Ulery 27 Oct 1836 in Guernsey, OH.
ii. Elizabeth Drake, born 14 Mar 1820 in Sussex Co.,NJ; died 29 Jan 1891; married Henry Myers Unknown.
iii. Manning Drake, born 21 Apr 1822 in Deckertown, Sussex Co., NJ; died 05 May 1892 in near York, NE; married Henrietta Roberts 19 Feb 1851 in Scenery Hill, Washington Co., PA.
iv. Alvah Drake, born 19 Jun 1824 in Sussex Co., NJ; died 08 Jul 1860 in Madison Co., IA.
v. John R Drake, born 08 Aug 1826 in Sussex Co., NJ; died 09 Dec 1867 in Madison Co., IA; married Amanda Bigler 01 Nov 1855 in Madison Co., IA.
vi. Abraham Dennis Drake, born 14 Sep 1828 in Sussex Co., NJ; died 11 Jan 1908 in Madison Co., IA; married Maria Crumrine, 14 Oct 1852 in Washington Co., PA.
vii. Martha Jane Drake, born 05 Jun 1830 in Sussex Co., NJ; died 30 Mar 1861; married John Myers Unknown in Scenery Hill, PA.
viii. Alexander Drake, born 05 Mar 1834 in Guernsey Co., OH; died 10 Jan 1926; married (1) Angeline Cowen Longdon May 1858; married (2) Harriet Young Unknown.
ix. Anna M Drake, born 18 Nov 1837 in Washington Co., PA; died 05 Jul 1911 in Winterset, IA; married McKelvey C Hockenberry 28 May 1857 in Winterset, IA.
I would like to find the parents of Abraham and Susannah and if they had any other children. I am willing to share info with anyone interested. Thanks for your time.
Contact Kathi Haymond
DICKEY,LYNN, LYONS,KOCKER: Looking for info on John DICKEY and Florence LYNN son Earl Allen DICKEY b:13 May '10, d:Mar '79 (Easton,PA) married to Helen May LYONS b:5 Aug'19, d:Jul'94(Plainfield,PA); parents Russell LYONS and Mamie KOCKER (both died in P'burg). This is all the info I have and any assistance with other info would be appreciated.
Contact either of the following DAGARES@aol.com, davidg2@enter.net
DIMAIO - Would appreciate any information on antonio dimaio in warren county nj he lived on mt rascal rd in independence twp.
Contact amx@interpow.net
DRAKE - I am looking for Jay Johnson Drake who was born in 1832 in Hacketstown, Warren Co., New Jersey. At the age of three his parents moved to Mansfield, Ohio (1835). I believe his father to be Abraham Drake. He also had a brother, Abraham who lived in Van Wert, Ohio.
Contact Rosalie Kimmerly
EILENBERG - Looking for family of John Eilenberg, born 1841. Children included Budd,
George L, Henry, Samuel D.
Contact Mary in MD
EMERY, WARNER, LEE, WOOLSEY, PIPHER, LEPORT, HILL, GARRIS. Ancestral lines please. Frank EMERY b. ca. 1880. Sarah C. WARNER b. ca. 1850. Charles Thomas LEE b. ca. 1890. Tacy Adeline WOOLSEY b. 19 Feb. 1882, married William U. PIPHER, son of John W. PIPHER. Caroline LEPORT b. ca. 1810, married to William R. HILL, b. 15 Nov. 1810, son of Andrew HILL b. 15 Oct. 1788 and Elizabeth GARRIS, b. 12 Jan. 1785.
Contact Stephen C. Emery
ERVIN, HOUSEL, DEREMER, CARTER, SWART - I am researching the folllowing names.
Ervin (have back to Joseph b. abt 1845), Housel (Jos. wife b abt 1854), Deremer (have back to Philip b. 1875), Carter (Mary-wife of Philip b 1876), Swart (not 100% sure about connetion but may be mother of Joseph Ervin and, wife of Isaac Ervin)
Contact LadyCapulet@msn.com
FREEMAN - Searching for the family of Boltus (a.k.a. Baltus or Baltis) FREEMAN (b.Dec. 7, 1827, m. Nov. 10, 1849- Julia A. Coffman, m2. Jan. 10, 1892- Nancy Race (or Rice); d. May 6, 1902) and his siblings: Andrew (b. Aug. 7, 1811); Maryann (b. Jul. 7, 1813); Jacob H. (b. Jun. 6, 1816); Henry (b. Jun. 23, 1819) and Rebecca (b. Mar. 22, 1824). Also searching for info. re. the children of Boltus and Julia FREEMAN: Enos H. (b. Nov. 9, 1853, d. Aug. 30, 1919; Frank C. (b. Aug. 9, 1856); Gazelle E. (b. Jul. 23, 1862); Ulysses G. (b. Jan. 28, 1865); Julia E. (b. Aug. 25, 1867); George B. (b. Dec. 1, 1869) and Edmond (a.k.a. Edward)(b. Nov. 22, 1873).
Contact: Bob Ranck
FRIES - Searching for information on the ancestry of John Fries born abt 1760-1770 in Hunterdon or Warren Cos.,(then Sussex) NJ. He married Elizabeth Hibler abt 1796 and they moved to Chillisquaque Township, Northumberland Co., Pa in 1796. Elizabeth Hibler was born in 1776 and was the dau. of Simon Hibler and Elizabeth Lunger of Greenwich Township, Warren Co.. NJ. Elizabeth Lunger was the dau. of Jacob Lunger and Catherine Unknown of Mansfield-Woodhouse Twp, Warren Co., NJ.
Contact Russell Joseph Freeze Jr.
GEIST/GEIS/HULFISH/HUEFISH - Have been told but cannot prove that my great-great grandfather John GEIST came over from Germany as a stowaway. Also told that he married a Native American woman named Elizabeth HULFISH or HUEFISH. He had a son Lewis George
GEIS (my great grandfather). Lewis GEIS married Allura Frances REIMEL. If you have any information that will help me.
Contact Bertha Buettner
GEIS/GEIST - Lewis George GEIS b. 16 July 1859 - in PA ( Northampton Co.?) or in N.J. (Warren Co.?) m. Allura Frances REIMEL b. 21 Mar. in Riverton, PA d. 20 Mar. 1936 in Belvidere, N. J. Lewis George GEIS died 12 July 1827 They are both buried in Belvidere, N.J.
Lewis George GEIS's father was John GEIST - possible stowaway from Germany who married an Lenai Lenape(possibly) woman named Elizabeth HUEFISH. I have no dates for them.
Also need info on Mack's island and Brisbine's island in the Delaware river near Belvidere, N.J. Lewis George or John may have resided on one of those islands at one time. All help is greatly appreciated. THANK YOU!
Contact Bertha Buettner
GIBSON/COLE - Researching Gibson and Cole of Washington area.
Contact Frank Slocum
GLENN,McKNIGHT,SMITH, GARES: I am looking for any info on William GLENN and Sara McKNIGHT, I know that they had a son Alfred Demar GLENN b:12 Jan 1891, d:Jun'73, wife Carrie M. SMITH d:'69, daughter Laura Roberta (GLENN) GARES, I know they (Alfred & Carrie) lived and worked in Stewardsville(?) at the school for a number of years and both died in P'burg, they were laid to rest outside of Bloomsbury. This is all the information I have available at the present time.
Contact any of the following DAGARES@aol.com, davidg2@enter.net, or
marshe@lanecc.edu (elainem.marsh)
GURR - SEBRING - ORT - FILBURN - My grandmother, who currently resides in Hackettstown, was born Clara Ort and married Louis Filburn. They had many children, one of whom is my mother, Marie Jennie Filburn (Walker/Kahler). My mother was born in Phillipsburg, my grandmother in Hope. Louis Filburn was born in Jersey City.
Info I am interested in: Clara Ort is the daughter of Martha Jane Sebring and Jess Ort. I am looking for more ORT family information, and anything beyond Martha Jane's family: a GURR and a SEBRING. This is all I have on this family and I want to know more about where I came from.
Thank you. Sincerely,
Contact Lisa D. Walker, aka Feather Forestwalker
HAMLER/HAMMLER, PAUGH - Seek family of Mary (nee Paugh) Hamler, daughter of Marshall Paugh of Belvidere, Warren County, New Jersey. Mary was born on Schooley Mountain and lived her whole life in Belvidere. She married Isaac S. Hamler in 1859. Isaac was born in 1832 in Sussex County, NJ. His parents were William H. Hamler (1802-1854, Sussex County, NJ) and Noyetta (nee Kindred )Hamler who was born in Morris County and lived her married life in Sussex County. Isaac was one of 8 children which included: female Hamler (married name Fullingham), b. 1830; Isaac S. Hamler, b. 1832; Mary Ann Hamler, b. 1835; Sarah R. Hamler, b. 1838; William H. Hamler Jr., b. 1839; Andrew Hamler (1843-1930); Elijah Hamler, b. 1845; John Hamler, b. 1846; and Cornelius Hamler (my Grandfather), (1855-1913). All of the Hamler children were born and lived their whole lives in Sussex County except for Isaac who moved to
Warren County when he married Mary Paugh. Isaac died in the early 1900's. Do you know where his grave is? His grave is NOT next to Mary's who for some reason is buried next to my Grandfather, Cornelius Hamler. There are just the two graves at that site. Mary died in the early 1920's in Belvidere. Do you know who Mary and Isaac's children were and where the children lived? Thank you for any help.
Contact Kathleen Hamler Purchase

HAMLER, PAUGH - I am seeking the burial place of Isaac S. Hamler, born ca. 1832 in Sussex
County; he went to live in Belvidere, Warren County, NJ when he married his wife, Mary Paugh, daughter of Marshall Paugh of Belvidere, in 1859. He died in the early 1900's. Mary died in the 1920's in Belvidere, though she was buried next to my Grandfather, Cornelius Hamler, in the new Newton Cemetery, Newton, New Jersey. Am also interested in Mary Paugh Hamler's family background. Also, Did Elijah Hamler, Isaac's younger brother, come to live in Warren County? Thanks very much.
Contact Flanagan Purchase
ISAAC S. HAMLER: Was born in 1832 in Sussex County, parents were William H. Hamler and Noyetta Kindred Hamler. Isaac married Mary Paugh of Belvidere, Warren County in 1859 and went to live out his life with her there. Mary Paugh Hamler died in Belvidere in the 1920's and is buried next to my Grandfather (who was NOT her husband!) in the new Newton Cemetery, Sussex County, NJ. Where is Isaac buried?? He died in the early 1900's and seems to have been a Civil War Veteran...
Contact Flanagan Purchase
HAMLER/HOMLER: Seek info about Elisha Homler/Elijah Hamler, b. 1846, Sussex County but can't find him in any Census records after 1850, no marriage record, no death record, etc. Many of the Hamler's/Homler's lived in Warren County. Did Elisha/Elijah? Is MY Elijah Hamler the same person as Elisha Homler who was married to Elizabeth Orner, daughter of Margaret Orner? Margaret Orner left land in Sussex County to her daughter, Elizabeth in 1871. At this time, a man called "Elisha Homler" was said to be Elizabeth's husband and he was "of Huntsville."
Also seeking death record/gravesite of Isaac S. Hamler, b. ca. 1832 in Sussex County. He moved to Belvidere, Warren County, NJ when he married Mary J. Paugh, daughter of Marshall Paugh. Isaac and Mary (Paugh) Hamler lived out their lives in Belvidere, Warren County, NJ. Mary is buried next to my Grandfather, Cornelius Hamler in the new Newton Cemetery in Sussex County,
NJ. Where is his older brother, Isaac S. Hamler, buried? Thanks.
Contact Flanagan (Hamler) Purchase

HARRISON - I am trying to trace my Harrison family roots. We think they were among the early settlers who came from Connecticut and then to Newark,New Jersey. My great grandfather, David Harrison, served in the New Jersey light artillery during the Civil War. He was born in 1832 and died on August 30, 1906. He is buried in the Greenwich Presbyterian Church Cemetary. He worked as a cradlemaker and later for the Warren Paper Mill. He was married to Eliza Blake, probably from Easton, Pa. They had 4 children. My great great grandparents are buried adjacent to my great grandfather. All that I know of them are their names. William Harrison was born on July 11, 1806 and died on February 9, 1875. His wife, Susan, was born on September 28, 1808 and died on April 30, 1879. Thanking you for any help.
Contact Samuel David Harrison
HART; Levi or Lewis Looking for info on Levi or Lewis Hart from Hackesttown, Warren County, New Jersery. Only information I have is that he had a daughter, Sarah Ann Hart, born March, 1819, who married John P. Chamberlin in New York City in 1847. It is unknown when the Harts went to NYC. The Chamberlins were from Hunterdon County but were in NewYork in 1832.
Contact Lynn Chamberlin
HAWK - I want to find out about my great-grand-father, DAVID HAWK. I have his wedding certificate but want to know who his parents were, where & when he was born, died and is buried. I hope you can give this information to a volunteer to look up, or I can pay if necessary. Here's what I know:
DAVID HAWK, born ca 1835-40. Living in Phillipsburg when married.
Married EMMA LOUISE STONE, of Bath, PA, daughter of ABRAHAM.
Date married: Dec. 3, 1859 in Roxburg by Rev. Jacob P. Fort.
Witnesses: Charles Alshouse and Rachel Hawk. Was a widower, aged 76, in the 1900 census.
How can I find out where he is buried. THANKS YOU.
Contact Betty Myer Rasmussen
HESS / SMITH - I am trying to locate info on Abraham HESS, born 1808 in PA and wife, Elizabeth SMITH born 1811 in NJ, children William, Martin, Sarah, James, Peter, and Isaac. 1850 Warren co census showings them but I've been told their migrated to Athens Co., OH in 1848..William is shown as a property owner on the 1875 Warren Co Atlas..I have much info on Martin's and James Descendants am willing to share..Thanks.
Contact Nanci Hess
HIBLER\HIBBLER - Searching for information on the ancestry of the Hibler Brothers (Adam, Simon, Wilhelm, and Zachaiah) that came to Warren County (then Sussex) in the early 1700s. The only reference I have is that a man named Hendrich Hibler or Hibbler who maybe their father is listed as a Palatinate in the records of the Amway Store in Bound Brook, Somerset Co. NJ. in 1738.
Contact Russell Joseph Freeze
HOFF/ENSLEY Abel HOFF b 20 jan 1769 d 8 nov 1848 in Harmony twp, Warren Co, NJ md Mary Ensley b abt 1769 d 5 aug 1854 in Harmony twp, NJ. Abel's father was Benjamin Hoff b abrt 1741 d 29 apr 1796. Abel and May had a daughter margaret HOFF b 9 apr 1798 d 28 sep 1868 both in Hamron twp, Warren co, NJ. Any information on the HOFF or Ensley families would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Contact - serfassm@erols.com
HOMER - I am looking for any information on the parents of William C. Homer (born Nov. 20, 1837). Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Pat Lindeman
Contact Pat Lindeman
HOOVER/HOVER - Looking for any information on James HOOVER, wife Elmira/Almira. James was born ca 1800, was the father of Ellen (Elenor) Hoover who was the second wife of Joseph HUFF of Stillwater Twp., Sussex Co., NJ. Ellen was born in 1831 and died in Frelyinghuysen, Warren Co., NJ on the 16th of Feb. 1890. She may have had a brother named George. Her death certificate only lists parents as stated above. It give no place of birth other than U.S.A. It is possible that Elmira was a Hoover also. Is James a son of Felix and Margaret (Lantz) Hoover of Washington Twp., Morris Co., NJ?
Contact Nancy Pascal
HOWEY-BUTZ Abraham Howey b abt 1730 had a daughter Maria Howey b abt 1750 in New Jersey who married Philip Jacob Butz b 5 Feb 1750 d before 2 Dec 1821 believed in Warren County, NJ. Looking for more information on Abraham Howey and daughter Maria Howey. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you.
Contact Mark Serfass
KINNEY: Seeking background and marriage info on David KINNEY, born ca 1755 or 1757. Served in Rev. War from Greenwich Twp; Married in 1782, wife's given name was Elizabeth. Moved to Maryland in 1793, thence to Greene County, PA in 1796 or 1797. Children were: John, 1784; George, David, Sarah, Elizabeth, Mary, James, Anney, Margaret, Christaney. Thank you for any help you can give.
Contact Pat Pulasky
KISHBAUGH - PHILIP KISHBAUGH WAS BORN MARCH 13 1778 IN THE AREA AROUND KNOWLTON, NEW JERSEY. HIST. SOC. MAG. NEW SERIES, VOL. 3 1916 - 1918 PAGE 128 #2. I BELIEVED HE MAY HAVE LEFT KNOWLTON FOR STROUDSBURG,PA AREA.
Contact MR HAROLD H KISHBAUGH
KURTZ/RIBBLE/OSMUN - I am looking for any information about my Grandfather John Kurtz (Jon Kurtz). He was born on July 12th 1890 in Austria-Hungary, he served in WWI as a non declarant. He resided at RFD #1 Great Meadows, he made his living as a farmer. His nearest relative was a Michael Kurtz who lived in Austria-Hungary.
Contact Bridget Kurts
LANNING/OSBORN/BAINBRIDGE - Looking for parents of JONATHAN A. LANNING b. 19 feb 1809 in Warren (then Sussex) Co. He married ELIZABETH OSBORN 1841 in the Asbury Church. They lived in Oxford until abt 1850 then moved to Wantage, Sussex Co. NJ. Abt
1860 they headed for Hillburn, Rockland Co. NY. There they continued to raise a family and died there. In all the research I've done I have not found a Jonathan born in 1809, but I have found a John Lanning b. 1809. His parents were DANIEL LANNING and FANNIE BAINBRIDGE. Any help or info would be greatly welcomed. If only I could link my Jonathan to the other Lannings-cause there sure is a lot of info out here on this family!!!!!!! Thank you.
Contact Barbara E. Collins
LATTEMANN - Looking for information on Henry Killian Lattemann. Born 1866 germany. Do not know when he came to America. Was last married to Goldie Leonard and lived in Belvidere when he died.
Contact Sydna M. Lattemann
LAUER/PARR/HARTUNG - Annie Lauer married George Parr. They had a son, Miloe Armstrong Parr. Lena Lauer married James Hartung. Some of George Parr's brothers are Leon, Marshall (M.T.), and Amos.The Parr's were from the Blairstown, NJ area. Any information on the families is appreciated.
Contact Elizabeth Myers Hartung
LEYDI/LYDIA/LEYDA - My ancestor Issac LEYDI/LYDIA/LEYDA was in Warren Co., NJ when a daughter Anna was b 1804. His wife was Anna Gertraut FRIES. Information about this family and descendents would be appreciated.
Please contact Claudia J. Kotter
LUNGER - Searching for information on the ancestry of Jacob Lunger and Catherine Unknown of Mansfield-Woodhouse Twp, Warren Co., NJ. He was born abt. 1715 in Germany and died before June 24, 1780 in Mansfield-Woodhouse Twp, Warren Co, NJ. Catherine was born Abt. 1719 and died February 26, 1781 at Mansfield-Woodhouse Twp, Warren Co, NJ.
Contact Russell Joseph Freeze Jr.
MACKEY/HUFF - I am searching for any information on Joseph Mackey b. 1800 Harmony Twp. Warren Co. NJ and his wife Sarah Huff b. 1806 Harmony Twp. Warren Co. NJ. They had a son William b. 1838 who married Mary Ann Garron. William ended up in Huron Co. OH.
Contact JacKayJon @ aol.com
MARKS/KEESLER - Have just noticed the existence of Marksboro on my road map and am curious to know the origin of the name. I am one of a group of MARKS cousins who have been unable to trace our ancestor's origins. Jacob MARKS was in the Damascus PA/Cochecton NY area by 1811, when he married Polly KEESLER, whom he may have met en route from ? The KEESLERs were 1710 Palatines who travelled from New York State to Pennsylvania, with a possible detour through New Jersey, also arriving in Pennsylvania ca. 1810. Family legend says Jacob MARKS' father was Daniel MARKS, who drove an ammunition cart during the Revolution. There was also a John MARKS in Damascus, presumably Jacob's brother. Does anyone know how Marksboro got its name? Or are there any other MARKSES or KEESLERS out there?
Contact Ann O'Hara
METTLER/MESHOW/WOOLEVER - I am searching for relatives (ancestors) of a Francis METTLER who married a Hannah MESHOW in the Village of Washington on 20 Feb 1821. There know children were Peter-Sarah-Mary Jane- Bartlett and they were all born in NJ. The remaining children I beleive were born in Hocking co Ohio. They were Andrew-Samuel-Amanda-Lovena(Alvena)-and Emiline. They left NJ and moved to Ohio abt 1840.Francis served in the War of 1812 and moved with his family to Hocking County Ohio around 1840. Philip WOOLEVER b. 1786 NJ, and John WOOLEVER b. 1812 NJ. accompanied and lived near the METTLERS in Ohio. Although MESHOW is the name that appears on Pension Papers, perhaps it could have been MERSHON.
Contact Roger Byers
METZ - Valentine METZ (abt 1726-1810) owned land in Greenwich Township, Sussex County, as early as 1765. His will, proved 9 Aug. 1810, names the following children:
Jacob METZ, John METZ, Peter METZ, William METZ, Barbara KEISER, Catharine MOYER (wife of Peter MOYER/MEYER), Maria Magdalena KERN (wife of George KERN - no children), heirs of deceased daughter Elizabeth MUTCHLER (wife of Jonas MUTCHLER), Susan (possibly BARR or BAIR or BAER, deceased) and her daughters Leah and Rachel.
Have much on METZ family; looking for more information about any of these names above. Will share.
Contact Marilyn Souders

METZ - I am looking for any information about the ancestry of Irvin Nicholas METZ, born in Stewartsville, NJ on November 29, 1866 and married to Bessie REEHIL. He had a father named John METZ, and a mother named Mary DRANEY (maiden name).
Please send any info. to John Metz
MILLER - Seek information Miller family and Warne family, particularly Dorcas Miller who married Joseph Warne and went to western Penna 1769. Believed related to Abraham Miller who also went with "Jersey settlement." Dorcas's oldest son, Stephen Warne, married Susanna Coleman, daughter of Charles Coleman who married Hannah Hughes. No contribution insignificant!
Contact Alderdiceb@aol.com
MILLER/MOWDER - Seeking anyone with connection to or other members of this family:
Henry Miller (5/26/1788-9/24/1844) married Ann Hann
Jacob H Miller (d1/22/1844) age 19
Samuel Mowder m Catherine
All buried in the Miller family plot, Route 24, Mansfield Twp, Warren County, New Jersey
Contact Alderdiceb@aol.com
MONET/MONEY - I am searching for Elizabeth Monet/Money, who was born at Willow Grove, NJ on 14 Feb 1795. She married Ebenezer Searles and moved to Floyd Co. Indiana in 1813. Does anyone know of these surnames in Warren County?
Contact Jane Sarles
NEWTON - Isaac NEWTON was born to Catherine SIMPSON in 1802 probably in Sussex co. Catherine SIMPSON was born 1782. She had a brother John SIMPSON. Isaac NEWTON married Susanna Blackwell in 1824 Sussex co. Their residence was listed as Hackettstown. Susanna was the daughter of Capt. Elijah BLACKWELL and Martha LANNING. Need to know father of Isaac and parents of Catherine.
Contact Talma Klaassen
NEWTON, SIMPSON, BLACKWELL, WILSON, LANNING Seek descendants of Isaac WILSON and his wife Evalina G. NEWTON. Eve was daughter of Isaac NEWTON and his wife Susannah Blackwell residents of Hackettstown, Waterloo, Belvidere. Susan died in 1842 after birth of last son Watson. Where did daughter Evalina G. Wilson go? The rest of the family went to IA.
Contact Talma Klaassen
O'GRADY - DANIEL G. O'GRADY, born Co. Mayo m. CATHERINE MCDONALD b.1839 Ireland. Their son DANIEL O'GRADY, born 1861 in Oxford, New Jersey, daughter MARY O'GRADY born 1857. Family moved to Scranton, PA area by 1863. Daniel O'Grady a blacksmith by trade. Any information on O'Grady family appreciated. Daniel and Catherine were my great-great grandparents.
Contact Danalee Lavelle-Burroughs
PAUGH: Seek info about the Marshall Paugh family of Warren County. Marshall's daughter was Mary Paugh who was born ca. 1832. (There were about 4 siblings, I believe.) She married Isaac S. Hamler of Sussex County, NJ in 1859. He moved to live with her in Belvidere, Warren County where they lived out their lives together. Mary died in Belvidere in the 1920's but was buried at the new Newton Cemetery in Sussex County, right next to my Grandfather (her brother-in-law!) who had always lived in Sussex County and who died in 1913. Thanks for any help!
Contact Flanagan Purchase
Peterse/Peterson/Griggs/Kinney/Van Scoyoc - I am researching these old low-land Dutch connected families of early New Amsterdam and New Jersey. In particular, Tomas Peterse (Peterson), his son Harpert Peterson, born 1743, and his wife, Margaret Griggs, daughter of Daniel Griggs of Flemington, NJ.
Contact Annie Johnson
POYER - Abiathar Rhodes and wife, Louisa (?). Abiathar b. 1810 in Independence, N.J. & Louisa b. Oct 14, 1813. Had 8 children: 1)Mary Ellen POYER b Apr. 12, 1833 m. George DEATS Jan 1, 1851 in Warren County, 2)Euphemia POYER (my ancestor) b July 1835 m. William Biles PRICE 1855, 3)Charles Wesley POYER b 1838 m. Sarah Mariah POYER 1860 in Hope Township, Warren County, 4)Caleb POYER b 1840 m. Maria M. MARKHAM,5)Susan Christeen POYER b. June 3, 1846 (died young), 6)Elsie Ann POYER b. August 1849 m. Robert MUTTER, 7)Warren Clark POYER b Dec 25, 1851 m. Ester Marie "Essa" VAN VALKENBURG, 8)Sarah POYER b1854. This family lived in Hope, Warren County. I am looking for maiden name for Louisa. It's possibly CLARK, SWAYZE or HOAGLAND. Also looking for what became of youngest child, Sarah POYER.
Contact Michael Davis
PURSLEY, WARNE - Looking for marriage of Nancy Pursley to Thomas Warne abt 1790 in Warren Co. Also need his parents, living in Warren Co.
Contact Bonnie Clark

RANDALL - Searchiing for Randall - Jonathan and Rachel prior to 1835 in Warren Co.
Contact Donna Walker
READ, Joseph. Born 1733, died 18 April 1792 in Sussex (now Warren) County. Buried in Union Brick Burial Ground near Hope. Married Sarah Sutton, daughter of James and Hannah (Freeman) Sutton. Sarah was born 20 February 1742/43 in Piscataway. She died 31 August 1792, in Sussex (now Warren) County and is buried beside Joseph in Union Brick. The family lived in Knowlton Township. Joseph and Sarah had 11 children: Isaac R. Read, Sr. (1762-1838) married Mary Shackleton; James Read (born 1764) married Mehitable Coleman; Hannah Read (born 1765) married Benjamin Ogden and Daniel Vaughan; John Read (1769-1814) married Elizabeth Ogden; Phebe Read (1771-1814 in Ohio) married Andrew Kirkpatrick; Azuba Read (1773-1797) married Joseph Newman; Sarah Read (1774-died before 1866) married Ephraim Manning; Joseph Read, Jr. (1777- 1806) married Mary Kirkpatrick; David Read (1781-1831) married Ann (last name unknown); Samuel Read (1783-1853) married Maria H. (last name unknown); and Aaron Read (1786-1861) married Margaret (last name unknown). Does anyone know where Joseph Read, Sr. was born or who his parents were? I have extensive information about the Reads that I am willing to share.
Contact Esther Read
REIMER, FRANK - Looking for descendants of Frank James REIMER, born: November 28, 1887, in Belvidere, Warren, NJ. FRANK managed to die in 1960 in Binghamton, NY. For some reason unknown, or reasons unknown, he told my father, Frank's son, that he he did indeed change his name and we would find the reason to be an understandable, if not what we would have done in same situation and time frame.
At any rate, Frank James made his way to Batavia, Genesse, NY and married Blanche Eliza Nye, of Batavia, in The Methodist Church, Batavia, on May 20, 1909. They moved to Binghamton, NY by 1920.
Then proceded to three(3) boys:
Clarence Ervin Reimer born: July 17, 1910 in Batavia mar: 1940 in Binghamton
died: May 05, 1995 in Binghamton
George Edward Reimer born: August 11, 1912 in Batavia mar never married died: 1997
LaVerne Frank Reimer (my father) born: June 04, 1915 in Batavia mar: October 16, 1937 in Petersburg, VA died: February 19, 1991in Nursing Home, Vestal, NY
Contact Keith Reimer
RIFENBERY - We are looking for the birth date and parents of RIFENBERY, William S. Born in Warren Co. 1821-1822. He is my great grandfather. Thanks.
Contact Charles Watters
ROSEBERRY - I am searching for information about my ancestor, Joseph Roseberry, who is reporte to have owned 228 acres of land where the town of Phillipsburg now stands. Joseph's son Michael married Mary Mapel. Michael's son Mathias eventually settled in Greene County, PA. Mathias' son Thomas Hughes Roseberry would be my great great grandfather. I am interested in any information about the Roseberry family in the Phillipsburg area, or where they may have arrived from and when. I have noted a John Roseberry on a web page for a county historical society. Apparently his name was associated with a historic hotel. I would like to know if it is possible if he is part of my Roseberry branch.
Contact Richard Cormack, son of Virginia Roseberry Cormack. rcormack@ptialaska.net
ROSEBRUGH, John (Rev)- born 1714 in Scotland, arrived here between 1835-40. Was a chaplain in the Revolutionary War from NJ, killed at the 2nd battle of Trenton on Jan 2, 1777. I would appreciate any information on John Rosebrugh or any member of his family, descendants, or
ancestors.
Contact Jim Fina
ROUNSAVELL/ROUNSAVILLE - I am researching the Rounsavell/Rounsaville family from Warren/Hunterdon County, NJ. Anyone with any infomration please contact me.
Contact Brian E. Rounsavill
John SCHARRER lived in East Stroudsburg, PA, or Warren Co., NJ area in mid-late 1800's. Had many children, one of whom was named William. I have papers, photos, and artifacts relating to John, William, and a son of William's. Willing to give same to someone showing relationship to John. If interested, respond to Cornelia Andrus via e-mail NiniAndr@aol.com
SCHNEIDER - I am looking for location of Momouth, Freehold & Middleton Dutch Church and if there are any cemetery records. Cristoffer Schneider & w. Katrina had their son Christopher bap. there 16 April 1749. Cristoffer died 1791 & wonder if they are listed in the cemetery.
Also Cristoffer & Katrina daughter was married to John Shultz in the St. James Lutheran Straw Church 8 March 1781, Are they listed in the Cemetery records?
Contact Larry Snyder
SEELEY - I'm looking for some help in identifying the parents of William A. SEELEY.
William was my gg grandfather. He was born 7-26-1778 in NJ. He died 10-24-1858 in Toledo, Sumpter Township, Cumberland Cnty, IL. Some sources report that he had seven wives.
His second wife was Sarah Judson, they lived in Bradford County, PA and had several children. His third wife was Clarissa/Clancy/Clara Budd, they moved to Cumberland Cnty, IL and also had several children. Other wives, that I know about, were Mary Unknown (I think the first wife) and Susan Belsher.
I have a good bit of info about this branch of the Seeley family after William, but I have reached a dead end in finding William's parents. I will gladly share any info that I have and I will appreciate any help. Thanks,
Contact Tere J. Seeley
SEGREAVES/SEAGRAVES - Looking for any information on the following Segreaces family from Phillipsburg (Warren Co) I George Segreaves and Rachel Merrill had at least two sons: Henry & John - II John Segreaves married Hannah Hunt and had: Edward, John, George and May(Mary). - III John Segreaves m: Ann Gennet (Nettie) Hubert and had: Lillie Mae and Rachel - Would appreciate any help!
Contact Peg Brandow
SHINE - Patrick Shine was in Phillipsburg in 1860 census. Died about 1863, probably in war. wife was Sarah Malley and first son was George Washington Shine born 1850. Second son was Patrick Shine. Father could have been Timothy Shine. Any information about Patrick Shine would
help. Did he serve in the War 1862-1863? Thanks.
Contact Jim Blacklock
SHINER - Looking for connections to other SHINERs in Warren/Sussex Counties. The farthest we've gotten back is Peter Shiner (ref. History of Sussex & Warren Counties, p432, Snell). We know nothing about him aside from what Snell notes. His son was Amos Shiner b.1778, he was a blacksmith and settled in Greendel(Greensville), Green TWP, Sussex. Amos's son Enoch Thatcher Shiner settled for a while in Hope Twp, before moving to Newark, NJ (he was our GG Grandfather). Most of Enoch's siblings lived in Newton we think. We are looking for any help in getting to know our ancestors. We think that there were also other siblings of Peter's living in the area and we still don't know all of his children's names yet. Thank you in advance for any help you can lend.
Contact Keith Shiner
Shonk/Shank/Schenk - Any information on this surname. Am especially intested in Jacob born ca 1796 and was living in Ohio by 1819.
Contact Robert Gerber
SINCLAIR.....Peter Sinclair b 1719 in Germany, d 1785, Greenwich, Warren Co, NJ; wf Elizabeth b 1724, d 1798. Both bd in Greenwich Lutheran Cem, Warren Co., NJ
Children: Elizabeth md John Mettler; Peter md Mary Sneider; Johannus md Ann Albach/Alpaugh; Margareth md Jacob Rush Sr.
Peter is said to have emmigrated to America in 1753 with children Elizabeth, John and Peter. My line is through John Sinclair. Have a lot of information on these children. Happy to exchange info.
ALPAUGH....Unable to find any family for Ann Alpaugh, b 1 Oct 1761, d 5 Apr 1813. Any help on this line would be greatly appreciated.
METTLER's...Elizabeth and John Mettler children: John md Elizabeth KELS, Levi md Margaret CASE, Benjamin md Marshee KUGLER. Have lots of names, but not much on dates.
Contact zinclair@ridgecrest.ca.us
SLATER - Henry Slater married Bridget Cannon of Oxford/Washington Twp in 1883.
I know of 3 sons: Thomas J. b1883, Henry A. b1885, Peter S. b1890?, and at least one more.
They were living at 147 E. Washington Ave in Washington Twp. in 1900.
Looking for descendants to share genealogy data with.
Contact Doug Cannon
SMITH, CASKEY - Searching for parents of Christina Smith. I'm guessing she was from Warren County as they Caskey family settled there. I have lots of descendants, and would be happy to trade information.
Christina Smith b: Abt. 1765 d: 01 March 1833 in Mt. Olive, NJ
.+William Caskey b: 1760 d: 25 April 1818 in Mt. Olive, NJ
Contact Letha Holmes

SOUDERS - William SOUDERS (abt 1806-1876) married Elizabeth WARNER (1809-1892) in Warren County, 3 Dec 1837. Looking for their parents and siblings.
Would like any SOUDERS-Warren County info. Will share.
Contact Marilyn Souders
STINSON, James - petitioned March 1799 the Quarter Sessions Sussex County Court for permission to start a publick house of Entertainment. He had previously lived and ran a house of Entertainment 20 miles from Sussex Co. Court known as the Stinson's Tavern. He has moved to Knowlton Twp. near the Paulinkiln Bridge and petitioned to start another House of Entertainment. Where was the Paulinkiln Bridge? Does anyone know of the Stinson Tavern? Thanks!
Contact P. R. Orr
STODDARD - Looking for information on WILLIAM STODDARD/T B: February 1836. married an ELIZABETH G. Abt. 1857, D: 1901 in Hackettstown, NJ. They had four children that I know of. WALTER STODDARD/T, EMMA STODDARD B:1858, ANNIE M. STODDARD/T B: May 29, 1865, and GEORGE WILLIAM STODDARD/T B: 188l, all of the children were born in Hackettstown, NJ. I need birthdates, marriage date, death dates,also parents and grandparents names, birthdates, marriage dates, death dates of William Stoddard/t and his wife Elizabeth G. Thank you in advance.
Contact Elizabeth Balderson
SWICK, Anthony, born 1759 in Huntington, NJ. Any info would be appreciated. Thank you,
Contact Larry Snider

SWISHER/SCHWISHER - Looking for further information regarding Capt. Abraham SWISHER/SCHWISHER married to Hanna Christine TITMAN/DITTMAN residing in Knowlton NJ in the mid to late 1700's. Parents of the above, Birth and death dates, children and any family historical notes would be most helpful. Thanks.
Send info to Chris: aspi@harbornet.com

THOMSON, WOODRUFF - i am descended from mark thomson and david woodruff. mark was a congressman under george washington,founder of marksboro n.j. i am trying to find others researching mark. i have good bit of info on him and on the woodruffs
Contact dennis rawlings,ft myers,fl
THOMPSON - Want info on Samuel Thompson , Joseph P. Thompson, John Bowman Thompson, Bayard Taylor Thompson, Bayard Collier Thompson
Contact Allimar@aol.com
VAN ETTEN, VANNETTA - I find a JOHN VAN ATTA born in 1743 married Margaretha McCracken lived in Harmony Twp., Warren Con, NJ, his son SAMUEL VAN ATTA born 1777 Oxford, Warren Co, NJ purchased a 160 acre farm and also the Snyder Ferry which he operated. His son JOHN VAN ATTA born 1800 married NANCY ROSENBURY and had several children of which I am interested in JOHN H. VAN ATTA born about 1829 and I believe he or his children moved to Northampton County, PA and later to Columbia County, PA. Is there anyone out there that can help with this family?
Julia Palmer
VROOM, LOMASSON, LANCE: Looking for information on the family of John (D.?) VROOM, born perhaps 1873, died 1840, buried Oxford Presb. Church, Hazen. Married to Catherine LANCE (died 1858, same burial place), although her last name somewhat uncertain. Looking for a LOMASSON (LOMERSON?) connection. John D.'s son was George L. (origin unknown) VROOM, emigrated to Illinois 1854 with his son John LOMASSON VROOM, from Greenwich Twp., Warren County.
Contact Bob Bohman
WARD, SHARP, POST, LAWRENCE, CRANE - Marshall Losey Ward (m. Mary Sharp) raised his children (Ernest, Jessie, Jacob, Warren, Percy) in Hackettstown, NJ. His father was Daniel Harvey Ward (1803-1890)(m. Nancy Lawrence). Daniel's parents were Moses Mount Ward (1771-1855) and Rachel Crane. Any information would be very appreciated. Thanks!
Contact Larry Ward
WARNER, HILL, LePORT, PIPHER, WOOLSEY, LEE, EMERY - Seeking information on the family of Sarah C. WARNER, b. 4 May 1851, m. Marcus Clinton HILL, d. 11 May 1935. Marcus Clinton HILL was the son of William R. HILL and Caroline LePORT. I am also seeking information on the family of Caroline LePORT. She was married on 6 March 1837.
Also looking for information on the family of John W. PIPHER. He married Rachel Ann HILL, daughter of Marcus Clinton HILL. Their son, William U. PIPHER married Tacy Adeline Woolsey on 19 February 1882. I am seeking information on the family of Tacy Adeline Woolsey as well.
William U. PIPHER and Tacy Adeline Woolsey had a daughter, Angeline PIPHER. She married Charles Thomas LEE on 4 June 1919. I am also seeking information on the family of Charles Thomas LEE.
Also, looking for information on the family of Frank EMERY. He married Harriet Louis HILL, daughter of Marcus Clinton HILL and Sarah C. WARNER. Frank had several siblings, among them are Aaron EMERY, and Lillian (EMERY) PHILLIPS. Harriet HILL was born on 2 July 1883.
Contact Stephen C. Emery
WARREN - I am looking for a Charles R. Warren, who married a Anna Erickson, in Auburn, Ca, in 1947. She had a son, Joseph Erickson, he is my Half- Brother. They left Ca, and disappeared. Chas may have adopted Joe. I am searching all boards, to place a query, in case anyone out there knows of them. I hope you will e-mail me, if they are in New Jersey. Joe is 53, now.
Contact Jane Remly
WILLERICH-WILDRICK - Johannes born Baveria 1707? D Sussex Co. 1793, spouse Catherine Dittman. Continuing research started by others in the past, would share with all interested in this and related marriage lines to numerious to post here.
Contact CLARENCE R. GORDON
WILLEVER - I am looking for information about the parents of Eliza Ann Willever. She was born in April, 1825 in NJ. She married Jacob Sigafoos in NJ on 2 Sep 1849. They moved to Logan County, OH, where she died 10 Feb 1915. Her obituary states that at the time of her death her brother Adam Willever lived in NJ. Also, I understand that there is a book entitled "Willever Genealogy" (Gen 929.2 Gar) in the Warren County Library Main Branch Genealogy Closet. If anybody could check this book for the Eliza Ann Willever mentioned above I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!
Contact Steve Seiple
WILLIAMSON - Seeking information regarding the WILLIAMSON family of Franklin Twp., Warren Co., c. 1770-1870. James, b. abt. 1777; Jacob, b. 1801, d. 1866; George, b. abt. 1808, Daniel, b. abt. 1810, Leonie, dau. of Jacob, Married a CRANE; Libby, dau of Jacob, married a FARROW. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Contact Bill Borden
WISMER/HOLDEN - I am looking for my grandparents Dennis WISMER and Carrie Holden, they had their first child about 1900 so I expect were married a year or two prior. I also understand he was killed in 1927 in a hit and run accident. he was one of 13 children supposedly a lot of the family is buried in Milford NJ. As you can see I am in texas which makes my search
very hard. Thank you.
Contact Sandy
WOOLLEY - I am looking for Theodore Crane WOOLLEY, born Feb 12, 1865, in Hackettstown, Warren County to the parents James WOOLLEY, and Elizabeth (FORCE, LAFORCE) WOOLLEY, theodores parents resided prior to this in Hunterdon, Co. NJ. Theodore moved to Pennsylvania, and married Julia Anne Lucinda BENDER on 2-12-1888 at Phillipsburg, NJ. Theodore died on Mrch 9, 1941 in Allentown, Pa. Theodores grandfathers were William WOOLLEY, and Joseph FORCE. If anyone has any knowledge about Theodore or any of the above mentioned people please contact me. Also if anyone has any general knowledge about the WOOLLEY FAMILY please give me a line. Thanks.:)
Contact Cathy Woolley
WOOLVERTON / WOLVERTON - Looking for Isaac WOOLVERTON , also William FURMAN married to Rachel Woolverton, and John FARNSWORTH married to Abigail Woolverton they were living in lower Sussex Co., now Warren Co.,in 1773.
Also seeking information on Isaac WOOLVERTON, son of Isaac WOOLVERTON born in NJ 1706. Isaac WOOLVERTON was on the census of Sussex Co NJ, now Warren Co, in 1773
Any info on these people will be appreciated. Thanks,
Contact Mary L. Wolverton
YOUNG - Morris YOUNG birthplace was listed simply as NJ. He was born circa 1775 and married a Hannah ?. Would appreciate any info on him or his family. Thank You
Contact: dghbande@iamerica.net
ZELLER/FISHER - Am looking for information on the ZELLER family of Phillipsburg, NJ. My Grandfather was born there on 8 September 1908. Birth name: LLOYD ZELLER(?). Was later ADOPTED around 1917(?) by Irvin Henry FISHER and his second wife Ethel CORSON. They lived in Wildwood, NJ. ADOPTED name was JOHN DANIEL FISHER. Am looking for his birth parents and family. If you have any information, please email me. Thank you.
Contact Katherine
ZINK - I am looking for information on John Henry ZINK and Stephen ZINK. I am searching for any information that anyone might have on either of these two. I do not know if they are related but they moved their familys together. Both were born in Pa. They moved their families to Oxford twp and were there in 1850 for the census. In 1860 they were in Belvidere. In 1880 John Henry ZINK was in Belvidere and Stephen ZINK was in Easton PA.
John Henry ZINK was b. approx. 1819 his wifes name was Catherine b. approx. 1827. They had 4 children Mary E. ZINK b. 1846, md. Isaac VARRATTA.
Elva Zink b. 1848, md. J. K. HONEYWELL. George M. ZINK b. 1850, md. Laura A. SMITH. Susan ZINK b. 1852, md. Stacy BRITTON.
Stephen ZINK b. 1834 his wifes name was Margaret. They had 3 children.
Walter ZINK, b. Aug 1856. Catherine ZINK, b. 1866. Jacob ZINK b. July 1869.
Walter ZINK wife's name was Emma. They had 3 children Charles ZINK b. Mar. 1878, Walter ZINK jr. b. Jan. 1881 and Larenc(?) ZINK b. Dec. 1882. Walter and his family were in Scratton Pa during the 1900 census. Please Email any information
Contact Neine@aol.com

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