WARREN COUNTY, NJ QUERIES 3

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General Question - One of my burning desires is to find out the origin of the name "Brass Castle". Do you know where it came from? Thanks
Contact Gil Jeffer (Hope)

General Question - Can you tell me where I could find out if the Cedar Ridge Cemetery in Blairstown was ever known as the Jacksonburg Cemetery? Thanks in advance,
Contact Dick Shoemaker

General Question - New Citizens - Can you tell me where a person would have gone to become a US citizen in 1916 if they lived in Alpha, NJ.
Contact Mary Knutson

ADAMS & SWAYZE - My ancestor Sophia Ann Adams married Caleb Swayze on Jan. 18,1866 in Bushnell, McDonough Co, Illinois.Sophia was born in Kentucky, probable Mercer County as some of her siblings were. Sophia's parents were Robert A. Adams and Caroline Garrison. Caleb Swayze was born OCT.15,1842 in Hope,Warren Co, New Jersey,and died March 1,1892. I would like to know if Caleb and his wife are buried in Hope.I would also like to know if a CAROLINE J. GARRISON ADAMS is buried in Hope. Caroline's husband died July 1895 in their homeplace Bushnell,McDonough Co, Illinois.She was alive in 1895 and I think CAROLINE moved to be near her daughter and grandchildren. Anyone searching these lines. I have all the names of the children of CALEB SWAYZE and SOPHIA ANN ADAMS. Thanks from Cindy!!!!!!
Contact RROBBUFFAL@aol.com
ALBRIGHT - Would like information about Jacob or John Albright in the late 1790's
Contact Sharon Wolff
ALLSHOUSE, WALKER - Looking for any information related to James H. ALLSHOUSE, b. May 1838, and Margaret WALKER, b. Feb 1844. They were married ca 1868 and had 7 children. I don't know the names of three of them, but the other four were Rebecca Spangenberg (b. ca 1876), John (b. Oct 1878), Lizzie (b. Mar 1884) and Russel (b. Jan 1887)
Contact Joe Shaw Baltimore, MD

ANDERSON,GUEL - Any Info greatly appreciated, I have some Anderson names in starting my tree that came from New Jersey . Thanks
Contact Sandy Reeves-Vanderpool

ARMSTRONG - researching the surname of Armstrong mainly from Warren and Sussex County,New Jersey.Earliest name in my database is NAthan Armstrong born 1717 came over to Warren County around 1740, married and fathered 7 children.Would love to find someone else doing researching on this branch of the family.
Contact Brenda Armstrong
ATEN, KITCHIN - Need any information on ATEN, Garret and wife KITCHIN, Ruth. They resided in Warren Co, probably Harmony Twp. Only know child Phillip b. 11 Aug 1815, d. 29 Oct 1879 both events taking place in Harmony Twp. Warren Co.
Contact Mary Jean Freese

BADROW - I am looking for information on the Badrow family. There were Badrow's in Galveston, Tx in the early 1900's , and I saw on the SSDI that there were Badrow's in Warren Co. as recently as 1989. I am wondering if there is any connection.
Contact Kari Steinkamp
BARNES, John b: 1777 Warren Co. NJ, d: 1865 Luzerne Co. PA; m: (1) ATEN, Catherine b: 1786, d: 1820 and (2) SHELLHAMER (COOL) Anna, b: 1795, d: 1860.
Also - BARNES, John b: Jan 9, 1795 NJ, d: Feb 18, 1860 Luzerne Co. PA; m: (1)Catherine Auten or Auter abt 1804 and (2) Anna (Cool) Shellhamer aft 1820. One child of John and Catherine was Uzal (Usual) Ogden Barnes, b: 1806 in Warren Co. NJ. I have the other children of John and Catherine; and John and Anna to share as well as many other decendants if someone can connect to this line. I would like to know John's parents and siblings.
Contact Sharon Kelley
BATSON/DRAKE - I am reseaching the BATSON line. My husband's gggrandfather was Aaron Drake BATSON. He was born Oct 2, 1815, in Morris Co., NJ. His death certificate states that his father was Daral or maybe Daniel BATSON. The problem I have is that I have been unable to locate anyone by this name and of the right age to be Aaron's father in Morris Co, NJ. His mother's maiden name might have been DRAKE, although I do not know for sure what it was. This is a shot in the dark. Aaron left NJ sometime before 1846, when he married Sarah in Canada. Thanks for any help you can give me.
Contact Karen

BEAM - Attempting to locate any/all information regarding William Beam -born in New Jersey c1805 - Married Nancy Kelly in Warren County 13 January, 1825. Children (of William and Nancy) include: John Beam b. Hope Twp, Warren County 1832, William Henry Beam b. Hope Twp, Warren County 1840, and others - all presumed to be born in Hope Twp: Garret S. Beam b. 1846, Sarah Jane Beam b.1839 or 1840, Christeen Beam b. 1834, and Matilda V. Beam b. 1849. John (my Great Grandfather) and William Henry Beam moved to Pennsylvania c1860 and both enlisted in 2nd. PA Heavy Artillery (112th. PA Volunteers) in Luzerne County in 1862. Have much information on John and William Henry Beam to present. Am lacking information on previously mentioned siblings and parents. Note that William Beam appears in 1830 Census for Warren County (Oxford Twp) along with other "Beams" who are also "Heads of Household." First names of these include Garret and John, thereby indicating a strong possibility of relationship due to recurrence of names among William/Nancy's children.
Contact Gary Beam

BENTON/FRISBIE - Looking for information on Daniel Benton, born 11/ Sept 1764 in Litchefield, Ct, died in 1821 in Harmony, N.J. Wife Marjery Frisbie it is assumed is buried in Harmony as well. I am anxious to learn if they had any children, any family still in the area??
Also submitted - BENTON, Daniel Born 11 Sept 1764 in Litchfield, Ct. husband of Marjery Frisbie. Daniel reported died in 1821 in Harmony, N.J. I am interested in obtaining any information or suggestions on where to look for information. Are there any family members in Warren County? Are there records of deaths that occurred in 1821? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
Contact Helen Pratti
BIRD- Looking for descendants of James BIRD, b 1722, Hackettstown; m Mary Burtis. Had two sons, Edward (m Susan FURMAN) and Elisha (m Rachael Osmun). They had many descendants in Warren Co and many Birds are buried in Union Cem, Hackettstown. Anyone have any info on this family?
Contact Judy Pisano
BIRD, HORNBAKER - Looking for ancestors of William BIRD born 11/4/1801 in New Jersey, came to Madison, Luzerne (Lackawanna) Pa. in about 1845. Married Lottishey HORNBAKER born 5/31/1810, on 6/24/1826 in Sussex, New Jersey
Contact Michael Robinson

BIRD - Any info on James BIRD d. 3/4/1864 greatly appreciated. Supposedly son of Woodhull/Lucretia McWilliams. Thanks.
Contact Ellen
BLACKWELL/GARDNER - I am looking desperately for birth or marriage records on a Robert Blackwell - noted on my GGG Grandfathers (Lewis Gardner Blackwell) death certificate - as his father - I found a letter in the Public Library at Flemington requesting information noting that Robert Blackwell was Robert Lanning Blackwell b. Hackettstown N.J. b. 8/17/1789 and supposably died at Newport Pa on 5/18/1867. The letter suggested that he was supposed to be married to a Sara Ann Gardner. Robert - I believe - was the son of Elijah Blackwell and Martha Lanning - and have a copy of Elijah's will naming Robert in it. If you know of the names of old Churches in Hackettstown that might be helpfull - I can call them and ask them to check their records if they still exist. Would also like to know if the Blackwell - Gardner Connection sounds familiar. One of Lewis Gardner Blackwells children was named Gardner Blackwell. Any help or direction would be appreciated. I've been to the Hackettstown Historical Society and copied their whole file on Blackwells but found nothing related to my Robert except the same will that I had already found. Thank you in advance for any help you might be able to provide.
Contact Mary Anne Magnuson

BOGARD/BOGART/BOGERT - I am looking for Noah H. Bogard (1857-1927). The only Noah I have come across is the following ...
A marriage record for Jennie May Bogart b abt 1876 in Columbia,Warren Co, NJ shows parents as Noah Bogart and Lydia Richard Marriage date Aug 8 1895 and she married Ira Edward Karns .. Noah may be in PA ...1860 census
Also shows she was living in Sonestown?? PA at time of wedding. Ira lived in Benton PA Why married in NJ?????? Any help would be much appriciated!
Contact David Bogard

BOTTS - I'm searching for information on the following family name in Warren county from the late 1800's to the early 1900's.
John Botts, married to Arabelle Smith 1880's?
Arabelle Smith, daughter of Peter Smith, and Caroline Hardy
Peter Smith born Dec. 1850, Caroline born Nov. 1857.
Addis family. Thank You,
Contact John Churchill

BOWLBY: Have been able to trace roots back to Washington, NJ. Am looking for more info on Mary Black (1865-?) and John S Black (1862-?). Their son Newman S. Black (1900-197?) was my maternal grandfather. Plus my maternal grandmother's maiden name was Sarah Esther Bowlby (b. 1903). Thanks
Contact JACKIE GRIFFITH
BRADY - Looking for information on William P. Brady b 1760 in Sussex Co.NJ or if you have anything on the Brady name. Thanks
Contact Kenda L. Wyckoff
BRANDS/VANSCOTEN - Searching for family info regarding James BRANDS b. Nov 24, 1773-d.May 02, 1850. He married Rachel VANSCOTEN Aug. 29, 1793, who was b.1772-d.1853. He was listed in Knowlton Twp in NJ censuses. Would appreciate any info about family and thank you.
Contact Marian Hartley

BRANDS, ANGLE, FIESTLER, GREEN, HARRIS, LEIDA, SOUTH - I'm looking for information on Jacob H. Brands (b. 3/11/1818). May be listed as Brand. He married Mathilda H. Green, (b. December 1820), on Nov. 8, 1939, daughter of Angus Green, sometime around 1838/1839. Five children -- only two lived to adulthood. By the process of elimination, Jacob could be the son of one of the following:
Anyone of three of David A. Brands (1761 - ? married Hannah Harris) four sons:
James Brands who married Amerlia ANGLE, John B. Brands who married Elizabeth LEIDA, and David BRANDS who married Sarah ANGLE. I'm also looking for Daniel Brands (b. 1795), son of James BRANDS I, who married Charlotte South. Any information?
Also - I'm looking for any information on the family of Jacob and Dorothy Fiestler BRANDS, including those who married into the family: ANGLE, LEIDA, BLAIR, SILVERTHORN, FREESE, HARRIS, VAN SCOTEN, SOUTH, GREEN, MANN, BROWN and others. I'm particulary interested in the period prior to 1775 through 1860.
Also - Can anyone tell me about the children and grandchildren of David A. BRANDS (circa 1761) and Hannah HARRIS, particularly their sons David m. Sarah ANGLE, James m. Amelia ANGLE, and John m. Elizabeth LEIDA? Can anyone do a look up of an obituary in the Sussex County Register?
Also - I'm researching the family of David BRANDS and Hannah HARRIS, particularly three of their four sons: David Junior married Sarah ANGLE, James married Amelia ANGLE, and John married Elizabeth LEIDA. (all circa 1790 to 1880). I am particularly interested in their children.
I am also looking for information on two Mary BRANDS -- the first, the daughter of David BRANDS and Hannah HARRIS; the second the daughter of Jacob H. BRANDS (1818-?) and Mathilda GREEN (d/o Charles GREEN and Tirizah ADAMS). The younger Mary was born in 1843 in Blairstown, Warren County, and married Thomas Wolfe. Does anyone have any information on this family?
Contact Sandra Brands
BRITTON, LIPPINCOTT, ROZELLE - Looking for information about the ancestors of Esther BRITTON born 6/17/1825 she had a brother named John Lippincott BRITTON born 1809 in Dover, New Jersey. The father was Charles BRITTON, and the mother was a LIPPINCOTT, they were from New Jersey, and came to Scott twp. Luzerne (Lackawanna) by 1825. Esther married IsraeI ROZELLE in 1842 and lived in Schultzville, Newton, Luzerne (Lackawanna), Pa.
Contact Michael Robinson

BUNN - I am looking for any information re: my ggggrandmother Elizabeth Bunn (b. ca 1783) of Washington, New Jersey. She married Adam Hance, b. ca 1780 who is the possible son of Isaac Hance and Catherine Miller (d. of Adam Miller). Adam was from Mendham Township, Morris County, New Jersey. They were married in 1801 in Morris County, New Jersey and emigrated to Scipio township of Seneca Co., Ohio prior to 1820, he is listed in the 1820 census. They had eleven children, among them were Isaac (1805), Adam Jr., Thomas (1813), and Hibbard, other possible children were William, Archibald, John, Sylvester and Elizabeth. I am unsure of the date of her death, but it was in Winnebago County, IL. Thank you.
Contact Rebecca Frank

BURD, SNYDER, SILVERTHORN, AMERMAN - I am searching for the father of Ida BURD and the husband of Ida's mother Elmira SILVERTHORN SNYDER. In the 1900 New Jersey Soundex Elmira is working as a servant (at age 60) for a Chas. E. Amerman in Washington Borough, Warren County. Ten years later, Frederick BURD and Ida BURD have moved to Fullerton, Lehigh Co., PA and Elmira SNYDER is living with them.
Would like information about the SILVERTHORNS, the SNYDERS, the BURDS and their connection with the AMERMANS. There are more BURD-AMERMAN connections in New Jersey as well.
Contact Ed Hagan

John BURWELL 1707-1777 m. Abt 1743 to Hannah BEACH 1710-1780
Contact Ray A. Lynn JR.

BUTLER & WEST - Who were the parents of David BUTLER and Mary WEST??
David & Mary married in Dec.1840,David was farmer & cooper (barrel maker)..They lived on Scotts Mtn, in Warren Cty., NJ..Children of David & Mary;
1--Elizabeth M.George Read
2--Theodore M. ?
3--George M. Hanna Wright
4--Henry M. ?
all help appreciated Thank you.
Contact Mildred Zekoll
CARPENTER - Searching for info & parents Ashman Carpenter who married Susan Allen. 1860 Census for Beattystown / Hackettstown has Ashman age 58 Suasan age 41. 9 childern with them.
Pleasae reply John Carpenter
CARTER - I am looking for any information on Joseph Carter and his wife Elizabeth. They joined the Greenwich Presbyterian Church around 1812. They later joined the Washington, NJ Presbyterian Church where their children were married. Their children are as follows: Charles b. before 1813, married to Mary Anne Creveling; Sarah b. before 1813, married to Mr. Anderson; Luther b. before 1813, married to Temperence Drake; Elizabeth b. before 1813, married to Cornelius Stewart; Henry, Jr., b. 1813, married to Mary Stewart; Catherine b after 1813; John b. after 1813; and Joseph b. after 1813 married to Olivia Park.
Please contact Patty Burkness
CASEY - Looking for any information on my CASEY family that is said to have settled in NJ after arriving from Ireland in 1833. Please view my web page at http://www.cet.com/~bike/genealogy.htm or email bike@cet.com
Contact Patricia A CASEY Buckmaster
CASTNER, FINE, DUDLEY, PEARCE, GUERIN, MARZLOFF - My gg-grandparents were Laura Jane CASTNER and Samuel FINE, both born around 1862-63. They lived or were born in Changewater or Little Washington, NJ. Laura may have died in 1937 in Phillipsburg, NJ or Peru, NY? I have some information on the Castner side, but nothing on Samuel. No one seems to know where he is from. Speculations are from England to Jamestown, VA in 1609, or Louisanna, or last name was FINN and misspelled to FINE. Does anyone, perhaps in the CASTNER family, have any information? Would love to have some CASTNER contacts too, need to verify dates. Also have no information of origination on my g-grandmother, Mary Louise DUDLEY Fine (b: 1883, d: 1967) (married to Harry Carl FINE - Samuels son), perhaps French Canadian, lived in Plattsburg, NY?
Contact Kathleen S. Pearce

CESARI, SERENNO - I am attempting to locate my father's grandparents in Philipsburg NJ in either the 1910 or 1920 census.
The names are Carmello Cesari and Grazia (Serenno) Cesari. Their first 2 children, Cally and Joseph were born in Santo Stefano, Messina in 1911, and 1913. The others apparently were born here.
Neither attempted to become naturalized, according to Warren County Courthouse.
The only living children are Frank (in Philipsburg, age 80, Russell, in eighties in Pennsylvania, Tony, in 70s in Philipsburg).
Contact suzyc@erols.com
CODER, PITNER - I am researching the Coder family in Knowlton Twp, Warren Co, around 1774. A George Coder is listed in the 1773-74 Knowlton tax list. The Coders went to Columbia Co, PA, before 1830 (I'm guessing around 1810.) William Coder, a physician and minister, went from PA to IL around 1830. Alida Pitner (of NJ) married George H. Coder in Columbia Co, PA in the early 1830s.
Contact Patricia W. Kelley
COOL - I am researching the Cool family who lived in New Jersey, perhaps in Warren or Monmouth or Hunterdon County. My gg grandfather Peter Cool b June 1,1799 migrated to Luzerne Co., PA and m. Hannah Briggs in 1823.
From my search I know the name could be Kool or Kuhl or a variation of it.
Several years ago, I saw the work done by a John W. Kuhl of Pittstown, NJ on the Conrad Kuhl/Kool/Cool family which was on a film from the LDS library. I have tried to contact him but my letter was returned. Are you aware of anyone doing research on this family? I would appreciate any suggestions you may have. Thank you.
Contact Shirley Cool Sampson

CORTRIGHT - I am looking for a current person who lives in Oxford, Warren Co., NJ. I found the name M. CORTRIGHT on the Internet white pages and want to find out if this person is Marilyn CORTRIGHT, whose father was C. Robert Brown, a printer in Morristown, now deceased. Marilyn would be about 50-55 years old, now.
Contact Alice Quayle Gershman
COWELL: Seek info on parents and siblings of Jacob Cowell, b. 1790, presumably in Knowlton Twp, Sussex (now Warren) Co. Records of St. James Episcopal Church, Delaware. show christening date as October 1792. Only one parent listed: Christian Cowell. My assumption is that Christian is father and mother died in childbirth or in intervening two years between birth and christening. Can find no other info on Christian. Jacob married Rachel Angle in 1811. Rachel was daughter of Jacob and Charity Allison Angle. Will gladly exchange information on Cowell family and descendants of Jacob and Rachel.
Contact Russ Cowell

COX - I'm trying to locate information on my Great Grandfather: Dr. Henry Major Cox
He served with the 3rd N.J. Cavalry in the Civil War as a surgeon. He was a prominant doctor in Warren County known as "Ole Doc Cox" according to the Newark Evening News. Died at 65 on November 7, 1902. My Grandmother: Elmira Olmstead 3 kids: John Major, Henry Major & Rose
Contact John Michael Cox, Jr.

COX - We believe that my wife's GGGGgrandfather Issac Cox was born in Warren County N.J. dob June 25 1743 served in the Revolutionary War and probably married to Nancy Gray. May also have had a brother Asher Cox dob Nov 8 1746 also served in war. We are reasonably sure that Issac moved to W.Va to claim his land grant as payment for war services. We have located him in W.Va. with children from his second wife but are looking for info on the branch of the tree that may have stayed back in New Jersey. Is this anything that you can help us with? Many Thanks
Contact Ed and Joanne Luebke
CROTSLEY - Looking for the parents of Jacob Crotsley b.6-7-1834 d.4-25-1898
Contact Tim Sassaman
CRUTS or CRUTZ - Seeking ancestory and other information on Jacob Cruts, born 1821 and married Christiana Oaks in 1841.
Contact Dave Hicks

CUNNINGHAM - Looking for information on Theodore Paul CUNNINGHAM. Born June 23, 1874. Died July 3, 1943. He was my gr-gr-grandfather. My aunts say he was an orphan. His parents died in an "accident." The aunts believe he was raised by a family named BAILEY in the Belvidere or Broadway area. He married Fannie S. Beers on Aug. 30, 1894. I would appreciate any information available, particularly regarding his siblings and parents. I am willing to share information on the following surnames: CUNNINGHAM, BEERS, HALPIN, BOUGHER, PIATT, SOUDERS, LESLIE.
Contact BRothst545@aol.com
CYPHERS - Need family links back from William Lounsbury Cyphers b. Mar 17,1803 in Bergan Co. And died in Sept 1861 at Washington,N.J. He was the postmaster at Washington at that time. He was no doubt descendant of the Cuyper family of Bergan Co.??? Also his son Mark ?Cyphers, a Tailor at Washington married Elizabeth Kiefer whose Father & Mother were Peter & Elizabeth of Belvidere.
ALSO - Looking for birth place & parents of William L. Cyphers b. Mar 17,1803 (L may stand for "Lounsbury" on his stone in Washington Cemetary.He was postmaster of Washington,N.j. at time of his death in sept 24,1861. He married Harriet LeFoy of Schooley's Mt. Also his son Mark mar Elizabeth Kiefer Bapt 1833 at Lower Mt Bethel,Pa dau of Peter Elizabeth Kiefer, Farmers of Belvidere,N.J. Any info on northampton Co, Kiefers. Fox & Cyphers also wanted! How about settlers Fuchs family of Belvidere?
Any family nembers please respond if you can help. Elizabath had a brother Jerimiah Kiefer who was a horticultherist at Washington & who became postmaster in 1861 upon death of Wm Cyphers! Thank You, Rich Mueller, formerly of Washington, Belvidere, Mt Hermon, Califon, Brass Castle, now Mary Esther,Fl. RMuel58050@aol.com
Contact Rich Mueller
DALRYMPLE- Searcing for the parents of Amy Dalrymple b.5-30-1839 d.10-19-1880
Contact Tim Sassaman
DAVIS - Searching for Davises of Washington, NJ. Jackson Davis married widow Anna Fox Dell. She had 3 children from her first marriage to Nathaniel Dell. She had several more children from her second marriage. Looking for relatives of the children.
Contact Robert Sweeney
DAVIS (CONRAD SR.) b- 10/22/1759 d-1836 Married an Agness and had 5 children Mary Davis, John Davis, Conrad J. Davis Jr, Sarah Davis and Samuel Davis. Any info available on these or descendants of Conrad Davis Jr. would be much appreciated.
Please contact Frank Timmer
DAVIS; MEIXSELL; BOND; SMITH - Searching for descendants of my Aunt Lottie (BOND) MEIXSELL/DAVIS, b. 13 Aug 1900, Saylorsburg, PA. m1. William MEIXSELL. Moved to Belvidere, NJ about 1940/50's. m2. a Mr. DAVIS. Lottie d. in 1980's. Had children by both marriages. Possible sons Stanley, Elwood, Claude, Ralph, Sam, and son called Chubby (possibly Charles). Had a daughter Cora that I believe married a Ray SMITH. Also had daughter June that married and had a daughter Jeanne. Anyone that knows this family I would appreciate your advising.
Contact Dorothy M. Bond-Dittmer
Richard DECKER (b. 1781, d. 1850) first appears in the records of northwestern NJ in Sussex marriage records; he married Mary Kercuff 4 Nov1804. They lived in Knowlton Twp and records speak of their land ownership there. They had 4 children, the oldest of whom, John, is my great x2 grandfather. John married Letitia Budd Walker of Philipsburg in 1829 and shortly thereafter moved his family to Spotsylvania Co VA. I am trying to identify Richard's parents. Where did they come from? Was Richard a new immigrant from Holland? Did he come from Staten Island NY. Any help or hint would be appreciated.
Contact John L. Decker
DEPUE - I am looking for the origin and descendants of Daniel Depue who lived in Walpack (now Pahaquarry) Twp in 1774.
Contact Jim Hannum
DeWitt - Looking for the parents of Peter DeWitt b.12-27-1804 and brothers and sisters.
Contact Tim Sassaman
DIETRICH - I am looking for information of Michael DIEDRICH or DIETRICH who died in Phillipsburg, NJ April, 1812 ; sons, Jacob, John, Michael, Abraham. Adam, Michael, Daniel, and daughters, Maria Barbara, and Margaretha. The children were born in the late 1700s in Greenwich Twp., Warren County, NJ. Last names could be spelled DIEDERICH, TIEDRICH, TEDRICK, or TIDRICK.
Contact Lynn G Schoepske
DILDINE - William A. Dildine was born Sussex Co. New Jersey in 9/2/1821. According to the family bible his father was a Supreme Court Judge. William moved to Indiana in 1843. William's father followed and relocated the entire family in Indiana. We do not have the name of the judge, (williams father) or any other info on William's family. Also understand there is a Dildine Island in Warren Co. Can anyone give me the info on how it came by the name Dildine, or info on William Dildines father?
Contact Vic Fox

DODDERER - DILDINE - WINTERMUTE - LANE - Jacob DODDERER (Dodder) b.September 30, 1733 in Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania, d. February 3, 1813, in Hardwick, New Jersey. He married Helen Lydie DILDINE, (widow of Joseph COLLINS). She had a daughter Elizabeth by Joseph. They had five children: (1) Jacob b. January 11, 1765, d. February 20, 1799. Did he marry Sarah Dildine? (2) Catherine b. c:1767 (3) Anna b. c: 1769, m. Uriah LANE (4) HENRY b. January 5, 1771, d. February 20, 1804 m. Alice WINTERMUTE. "my line" (5) Abraham b. February 16, 1772, m. Margaret WINTERMUTE, (Alice's sister). I would like information on any of these lines. Thanks,
Contact Janice McCarty

DODGE - Looking for any information on a YALE EDWARD DODGE, born 1914 in New Jersey. He lived in Allentown, PA, in the 1930's. Thanks.
Contact Toni

DRAKE - Looking for information on James John Drake, born c.1740 in NJ. Please help
Contact Brenda Anderson
DRAKE - Would like information regarding the DRAKE family of Warren Co. 1775, to 1830. My g.g.grandmother was Catherine Drake, born 1805, died in Asbury, 1875. Thanks,
Contact Bill Borden
EARL - I`m looking for any information on the Earl family (Ebenezer, John, James, Edward) who lived in the area of Walpack (Paahaquarry) Twp 1750-1790
Contact Jim Hannum
EMERY, LEPORT - Frank Emery was born in the late 1800's. He lived in Warren County, NJ. He married Harriet Louise Hill b. 2 July 1883. They had 15 children. Frank had several siblings. Known siblings include Aaron Emery and Lillian (Emery) Phillips. Lillian lived in Caldwell, NJ. Also looking for information on Caroline LePort (Grandmother of Harriet Louise Hill) who married William R. Hill on 3 June 1837 in Sussex/Warren Co., NJ. Her sister? Anna Elizabeth LePort married Abraham Hill (brother of William R. Hill).
Contact Stephen C. Emery

Ervin, Deremer, Housel, Carter - Looking for info on parents and siblings of Joseph Ervin born about 1845 and Jane Williver (Willever?) born about 1858. Parents of Philip Ervin born 1875 and Philip Deremer born circa 1840's and Catherine Carter born circa 1840's. Parents of Nellie Deremer born 1876 (wife of Philip Ervin)
These two couples were my great great grandparents and any info would be appreciated.
Contact Ruth Vitale

FILAN - I am looking for Susan from warren County that married Edward Filan from Longford County, Ireland. She was born in 1844 and Edward was born in 1831. They spent their married life in Susquehanna County, Pa. I am looking for Susan's maiden name . She was my ggreat grandmother.
Contact Don Filan - NC
FITTS/FITZ, HARDY - Jacob FITTS married Elizabeth HARDY in the home of Elizabeth's father in the town of Mansfield. Casper Walker, a local Presbyterian minister, performed the marriage. It was witnessed by Elizabeth's brother Conrad HARDY. It would have been about 1788 +/- . Jacob's parent's Philip FITTS and Margaret KINNEMAN. The FITTS family had between 10 and 13 children ... all in Mansfield (then Sussex Cty.) between 1760 and 1784. Any and all information about these two old New Jersey families would be appreciated.
Contact Gene Scarborough
FOX - I am interested in finding info on Ellis Fox married to Allie Hartman(n)(?). He is the father of John J. Fox my grandfather who was born in 1901 in Oxford, NJ.
Please send info to Obirocktal@AOL.com
FREEMAN - Attempting to locate members of the Freeman family of Warren County who had family residing there between 1800-1830. Searching for Walter Freeman born 1827.
Contact Bob Ranck
FROST - I am descendent of a Bartlett C. Frost who was mayor of Phillipsburg around 1900. A book was written probably early 1900's (I do not have name) with Warren County across the top of each page I have given a history of the Frost family and a considerable amount about Barlett in Phillipsburg. Can you help me find a historian or other who has info on the book or on Bartlett. I would be interested in any info you may have. Thanks for your help.
Contact Home1431@aol.com
GARDNER - Looking for information on the parents and grandparents of a Elizabeth Gardner, born about 22 Feb 1797 and died 1863 in Warren Co. Elizabeth married David Kern, born 19 Sep 1797 in Knowlton Twp., Warren Co. and died about 3 Oct 1839.
Contact Clayton J. Kern
GEIS/GEIST/HUEFISH/HULFISH/ REIMEL - Lewis George GEIS b. 16 July 1859 - in PA ( Northampton Co.?) or in N.J. (Warren Co.?) m. Allura Frances REIMEL b. 21 Mar. 1860 in Riverton, PA d. 20 Mar. 1936 in Belvidere, N. J. Lewis George GEIS died 12 July 1827 in Belvidere , N.J. They are both buried in Belvidere, N.J. Lewis George GEIS's father was John GEIST - possible stowaway from Germany who married an Lenni 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 may have resided on one of those islands at one time. George Lewis was a gardener for an estate which also may have been on one of these islands.
Thank you- Bertha B. Buettner- tigerbird@hotmail.com or Tygerbird1@aol.com
GIBBS - I am seeking information on John Gibbs and his wife believed to be Nancy Swayze, who purchased the farm known as Meadowview Farm in the year 1807. He is supposed to be buried in the old Swayze Cemetery in Hope, New Jersey. I would like to know if there are any records available from that Cemetery which would provide dates and perhaps lineage of both John and Nancy. Thank you for your assistance.
Contact Norma Gibbs
Glosser, Thomas, Smith - Charles Harold Glosser b.12 Dec 1891 d.02 Dec 1969 Married 13 Oct. 1913 to: Bessie Elizabeth Thomas b. 03 May 1882 d. 30 Dec 1976 They were from the Port Colden area. Her parents were Whitfield and Ellen Thomas. Would like ANY info on this family. SMITH, David,Orlando,John, all from the Greenwich or Harmony area. This is my mother's family, would like to get more info and would be glad to share any that i already have. Approx. 4 generations so far. Thanks for any help.
Contact Sandy (glosser/smith) Bartha
GRAY - Seeking ancestory and other information on John Gray, father of Sarah J. Gray. Sarah was born December 19, 1838, married John Kinney on June 3, 1859 in Greenwich Township, and died April 9, 1906. John and his wife Mary apparently died young, leaving Sarah to be raised by William and Sarah Warman in Greenwich Township.
Contact Dave Hicks
GREEN & BRANDS - Looking for Angus Green, father of Mathilda H. Green, b. 1820 in Hope, NJ. She married Jacob H. Brands, b. 1818 (Hope?). They lived in Blairstown, NJ. Any help.
Contact Sandy
John Hackett - Founder of Hackettstown. Looking for info on his family tree, as well as any association with the Methodist Church, Underground Railroad, John Best of grogy?? or John Wesley I have a number of personal Hackett books and am trying to track down their association, one book refers to Hackettstown, so I am looking for names and dates of his family and children.
Contact Bill Steele

Hagerty, Haggerty - My name is William Robert Hagerty and have traced my family back to early 1820s to one Thomas Hagerty who was married to one Caroline Courson born about 1827. I found very little help in 1850 census for Warren County because Thomas Hagerty is not listed and may be dead. His wife is working for a doctor as a housekeeper under her maiden name and her son William H. Hagerty is being care for by Stephen Emonous age 62 and his wife Elizabeth This information is taken from Fredinghugaen Township census of 1850. And on William H. Hagerty Death record of June 19, 1915 his mother record his father as Thomas Hagerty of U.S.A. Yet I cannot find any other reference to Thomas Birth, Death, Location.
I have found out from census records from Warren county in townships of Stillwater, Blairstown, and Frelinghugsen that my Grandfather was born in Blairstown in 1899 to Harvey C Hagerty and Margaret Katural France (Who Whose marriage record I found in Trenton These are my problems
1. I cannot find death record of Harvey C Hagerty who died before 1936, I Know this because his son signed up for Social Security in 1936 and listed both parents as deceased .
2.Harveys father was one William H Hagerty who was married to Hannah C Harmmond from both william and Hannah death records I found there date of birth and date of death. William Died in Jun 19, 1915 in Blairstown and is listed a being buried in Stillwater Cemetary I made trip up there and found no grave marker for his place.
3. William's Father is listed as Thomas Haggerty and his mother is Caroline Courson yet I find no marriage record of them and going back to the 1850 census Caroline Courson is house hold of a doctor listed as house keeper and her son is living in Frelinghugen Township census in house hold of Steven Emmons and wife Elisabeth as a 13 moth old, Which leads me to belive that Thomas has either pass away, abadand them or move out of the area. I am trying to trace my family back to when they arrived in United States and it appears so fare that They have been in North Jersey since the early 1820's but I cann't verify this as yet. Since Warren County is so far removed from South Jersey meaning your Historical society is only open 2-4 on Sunday I cann't get up there and Trenton records have help but it apperars I am at an impass as to going back farther than Thomas on my Father Father side, I have a little move information on his mothers side So any help would be greatly received and any record or added information I have I will be willing to share with anyone who could help. Photos or any family history is what I need Any help would be thankful Please email. Thanks again
Contact Bill Hagerty
HALL, Squire believed to be son of Richard Hall and Mary Martin served in War of 1812...moved to Penn. then Trumbull County, Ohio Seeking any additional info.
Contact John
HART - Looking for information on Christian Hart, & his wife, Mary _______?, had a dau. Mary, b. Abt. 1798, in Mansfield Twp., Sussex/Warren Co., N.J., died 18 mar 1868 in Oxford Twp., married to Henry Widner/Widener. Did Christian Hart, & wife, Mary, died in Warren County? Who are their parents?
Contact Matthew Kelly
HAWK - Jacob Hawk m. Melicent Burd July 7, 1805. They lived in Warren County. They had children Lemuel, Godfrey, Joseph, Henry, Eli, Jacob, Phillip, Catherine, Margaret and Mary. I am searching for info on parents of Jacob Hawk and Melicent Burd.
Contact Margaret Hawk

HENDERSHOT - Looking for information on Mary Catherine Hendershot who married Jacob Shipman and is buried at St. James Straw Church in Phillipsburg. Also, Isaac Hendershott who came to Warren County with Mathias Shipman in 1747.
Contact Karan Armstrong
HENDERSON - Searching for persons with HENDERSON surname! Believe they lived in northern Hunterdon Co and had connections to Warren Co. Given names of David, James, John seem to be prominent. Possible ties to Williamson and Vandervoort familes.
Contact John M. Henderson
HESS - I am looking for Abraham HESS born in Warren Co. in 1808. Father was Peter HESS.
Abraham married Elizabeth SMITH from N.J. They were the parents of ten children. Lora,Flora Alice,Mary Elsa, William born 1829, Rachel Jane,Sarah E. born Aug.3,1841,Peter, born 1843, Martin, Lewis born 1847 and Isaac born 1848. Some but not all born in Warren Co. Would appreciate any information that that anyone has on this family.
Contact Eurless HESS Shellman

HILDEBRANT, BUTLER - I'm looking for information on Charles HILDEBRANT and wife Lydia BUTLER. Their son, Robert HILDEBRANT, was born in Springtown, Warren County, NJ on 8 April 1802. He married Polly (Maria) Fry of Berks Co. PA, in Seneca Co. NY, 25 Aug, 1825, and moved to Livingston Co, MI in 1839. He died there 28 Jan 1848, leaving behind his widow and 10 children. Would like to find grandparents, siblings, etc. Any information would be appreciated.
Contact Jane Devlin
HUNT - I am looking for E.I.Hunt of Greenwich ,Warren County. He married Sarah Lesh of Uhlersville in 1857.
Contact JLesh2@aol.com
HUSELTON - In 1830 census William HUSELTON was in Greenwich Twp, Warren Co, NJ, and Andrew HUSELTON was in Mansfield Twp, Warren Co. Were either of these men the father of James D HUSELTON, b. 21 Mar 1827 in NJ? James D was in Luzerne Co, PA in 1850.
ALSO - Searching for the parents of James D HUSELTON, born 21 Mar 1827 in NJ. The 1830 NJ census shows 3 families of Samuel "Hustteton" in Hunterdon Co, Andrew "Hussleton" and William "Husetton" in Warren Co. These three families have
sons the age of James D HUSELTON. Does anyone have any info about them? James Huselton was in Luzerne Co, PA, in the 1850 census, but not living with parents. Thanks for any help. Wanda Stephens, Fayetteville, AR
Contact WANDA STEPHHENS
INSCHO - I am looking for information on my 4 G grandfather, Ebenezer Inscho, who I believe was in Warren County circa 1810. If you have any information, please let me know. Much appreciated! Thanks!!
Contact Tali
JENNINGS
, Samuel b1807-married Catherine ___?___They had two daughters --Emma b1843 and Alice Limella (my great grandmother) b 1847 and a son John b 1850. The family moved to Northampton County, Pennsylvania before 1860. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Will be happy to share the research I have done.
Contact Pat Bean

JENNINGS - William E. Jennings, b.1847 d. 1893, Musconetcong Valley
Contact Deana Jennings

KERN: Looking for information on David Kern and wife Christina, Knowlton Twp. David, death abt 1 Oct 1836, and Christina, death 7 Jan 1838, are both buried in the Knowlton Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Known children are Peter, born 3 Aug 1786, Plainfield Twp., Northampton Co., PA; David, born 19 Sep 1797, Hainesburg, Warren Co., Died abt 3 Oct 1839, wife Elizabeth Gardner; and Marie Charlotta, born 3 Jun 1804. LAMB: Charles and Eliza A. both buried in Columbia, NJ old Methodist Cemetery. Looking for name of Charles' parents, his place of birth and Eliza's parents and her place of birth.
Contact Clayton J. Kern

KERN - Looking for information on the ancestors and descendants of Jehiel T. & Emma V. Kern. Jehiel died in 1884. He was a Justice of the Peace in Belvidere, NJ during the 1800's.
Contact Clayton J. Kern
KINNEY - Researching Warren/Sussex County KINNEYs. David KINNEY, dob ca 1755 in NJ, wife Elisabeth. David served in Rev. War from Greenwich Township. David died 1835, Aleppo Twp, Greene County, Pa. Their children, born in NJ: David, George, John (1-28-1784), Sarah, Elizabeth, Mary, James, Anney, Margaret, and Christney. Need ancestral info on David and origins of his family to U.S. Will be happy to share what I have on David's descendants. Thanks for your help.
Contact Pat Pulasky
KINNEY - I am conducting a one-name study of all Warren Co. Kinney/McKinney and other spellings. Much of my information is available at http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Meadows/5699/kinney.html
Contact Cathy DiPietro
KINNEY - Seeking ancestory and other information on William Nixon Kinney, born May 14, 1815 and died of bilious fever in Belvidere on September 28, 1849. His wife Anna Norman died one week before, and they left 9 orphans who were raised in various households.
Contact Dave Hicks
Kirkhuff-Carkhuff-Carkuff - Am looking for decendents of Urban Kerkhuff of Hunterdon Co. however most are from Warren Co or Sussex Co.
Contact Marge Michaels
KLINE, SHIPMAN - Looking for information regarding Phillip Kline born in Bendorf on the Rhine, Germany, who settled in NJ in 1720, fought in the American Revolution from Greenwich NJ, married Margaret Sharpenstein and bought 600 acres of land in Sussex County. His land was near Easton Pa. He and his wife are buried at Easton Pa "just outside of the village- in an old cemetary. Others of the family are buried there". Also looking for information regarding Matthias Shipman who came to NJ in 1747 and also fought in the American Revolution. He died in 1812, was married to Margaret Sharpenstein.
Contact Karan Armstrong
KLINE - Looking for information regarding Phillip Kline who purchased 160 acres in Still Valley IN 1720, which at that time was a part of Burlington Co., NJ, but is now in Greenwich township, Warren Co. He had sons Peter, John and a daughter. Phillip and his wife (?) are buried in Easton Pa.
Contact Karan Armstrong

KURTZ - I am looking for any information about my grandfather John/Jon/Jahn Kurtz he resided at RFD # 1 Great Meadows NJ. He was in WWI and came to the USA approx 1913-1915 from Austria - Hungary. He supposedly farmed in the area.
Contact Bridget A Kurts

LEFFLER - Searching for the parents of Elizabeth Leffler, b.3-11-1813 d.11-17-1879. Wife of Peter DeWitt.
Contact Tim Sassaman
LOMMASON/LAMBERTSON, VAN SICKLE/VAN SYCKLE - George L. LOMMASON and Mary Ann VAN SICKLE/VANSICKLE were married in Warren County, NJ, on 6 Jun 1825. About 1833, George L. and Mary Ann moved their family of three children (John Voorhies, Hiram and Mary Anderson) to Rochester, Oakland Co, Michigan where the spelling of their last name changed to LAMBERTSON. Mary Ann is my great-grandmother and I am seeking connections to the LOMMASON and VAN SICKLE families still in the Warren County area.
Contact Shirley B. Alexander
LONGSTREET, AYRES - Richard LONGSTREET, b 16 Mar 1744, d 20 Aug 1776, md 6 Feb 1766 Euphemia "Effie" _______________.
Children:
Christopher b 21 Dec 1766
Eli b 26 Apr 1768
Lidia b 12 Feb 1770
Isaac b 30 Jun 1772
Aaron b 26 Sep 1774
Effie b 29 Dec 1776
The above Euphemia "Effie" (___________) Longstreet, widow of Richard LONGSTREET, who md/2 Ezekiel AYRES on 16 Mar 1780, prob. in Hardwick, Warren Co. (then Sussex Co.), NJ. Her Will was proven in Hackettstown, Warren Co. (then Sussex Co.), NJ on 3 Nov 1803.
Need information on the above Euphemia "Effie" _____________, wife of Richard Longstreet and Ezekiel Ayres: maiden name, parent's names, birthplace, birthdate, etc.
Contact Alice A. Rieders

LOUNSBURY-CYPHERS - Lounsbury connection. These file research by Richard Mueller, Mary Esther,Fl. as of, Washington, N.J.
Contact Richard Mueller
LOVE - The Minisink Dutch Reformed records show a Susannah LOVE born to a James LOVE about 1752; by 1772, Susannah was married to James EARLE. I`d like to exchange info about the LOVE family.
Contact Jim Hannum
MARLOTT - I am looking for Mary Jane MARLOTT She was born in Hackettstown in 1845. Her father was a businessman and she had two or three brothers. One brother served in the civil war . I am looking for her parents name and any history on the family.
Contact Sandra Lesh
MCCARN, MCKERN, PALMER, WINTER, KENNY, YOUNG, PEACOCK- Hopeful of finding any descendant of these families that may have knowledge of a McCarn(McKern, Kern) family located in what was known as Mansfield-Woodhouse in the mid 1700's, if my information is correct. Luke McCarn died there in 1772---his probable descendant, Michael McCarn, entered Rowan Co., NC with his family in c1795, acquired land there with his neighbors, Palmer, Pittenger, Sumey, Hedrick and Peacock.
Contact Jim Maize
McCRACKEN - Seeking ancestory and other information on Charles McCracken, born March 15, 1813 and died on March 8, 1882.
Contact Dave Hicks
METTLER, MEESHOW, MEDLAR, WOOLEVER, THATCHER, BUSHEE - I am searching for information on my ggg-grandfather, Francis METTLER (b. 6 Dec 1796 Monmouth Co. NJ) and married a Hannah MEESHOW (sic) in the Village of Washington, Warren Co. on 20 Feb 1821. The 1830 Warren Co. census lists a Francis MEDLAR and a Francis MEDLAR Jr. I also found a Francis Medler as a member of the Sussex County, Grannage Township Militia in the 1793 Census. The METTLERS moved to Ohio around 1839. Some of the WOOLEVER, THATCHER, and BUSHEE families married into this line and moved to Ohio about the same time.
Also submitted - My ggg-grandfather was Francis METTLER (various spellings incl. MEDLAR), who (according to his pension records) was born on 6 Dec 1796 in Monmouth Co. NJ. He was married to Hannah MEESHOW (could have been MERSHAN) on 20 Feb 1821 in the Village of Washington, Warren Co.. They moved to Ohio around 1840 with WOOLEVERS, THATCHERS, and KITCHENS. The 1830 Warren Co. Census has both Francis MEDLAR and Francis MEDLAR Jr. living next to each other; thus I believe the elder Francis is the father (b. abt. 1765). I have several METTLER families from this period in Monmouth, but can't connect them. Do you think we could help each other? Thanks
Contact Roger Byers
METTLER - I was hoping someone living in Warren County might be able to gather some information for me. I have information that indicates there is a METTLER Cemetery near Sandyston. The information indicates the cemetery is located "near Old Milne Rd. in Montague." The cemetery is also known as the "Fischer Cemetery near Dingman's Ferry Bridge, Valley Dude and Lazy K Ranches." My METTLER line lived near Washington Village, Warren County in the early 1800's. I am interested in the METTLERS (also MEDLAR, METLAR, METLER) and allied families: WOOLEVER, KITCHEN, and THATCHER. My research indicates Francis METTLER m. Hannah MEESHOW (could be MERSHON) in 1821 in the Village of Washington. Thanks much
Contact Roger Byers - alternate e-mail address robyers@gcfn.org
MILLER, KNIPER - Seeking ANY information on great-grandparents Jeremiah Miller and Sarah (Kniper) Miller. A son, William Henry Miller was born October 5, 1874 in Hackettstown, Warren County. Perhaps the family is listed in the 1880 or 1890 census or in other available records. ANY information would be appreciated. Thanks
Contact Bill Miller

MILLER - Christian MILLER b.19 Aug 1852 in Europe; d. abt 1911. Moved from Ohio to Sussex, Warren or Hunterdon Co., New Jersey in 1891-1892 after his first wifes death and remarried there.
Contact rslavy@worldnet.att.net
MILLS - I am tryin to find any information on the Peter Mills family of Warren County, New Jersey. Peter was born about 1788 and died 26 Nov. 1846. From what i know he married and Elizabeth B? She was born in about 1803 and died 10 Jan 1876. They had at least two daughters: Jane and elizabeth. Elizabeth was born 11 July 1833 and died 19 Sept 1864. She was married to my Great Great Grandfather John Wetzel. John was Born 22 may 1826 and Died 19 Aug 1880 in Milton, Northumberland Co. PA. Her parents Peter and Elizabeth are supposedly buried in a cemetary in Bloomsbury, NJ Possibly the old Greenich Church Cemetary. John Wetzel is buried in PA. Any information anyone might have would be greatly appreciated.
Sincerely Jani P. Hall
Ming - Looking for parents of William Ming said to have come from Township of Oxford. Born abt. 1778. Married in Morris County, NJ, in 1805. Received info from C. Naudndorf that John Ming married Rebecah Hassky in 1797---could these be the parents of William Ming?
Contact R. Taylor
MISENER / MIZENER / MIZNER - Researching the Misener line, also spelled Mizener or Mizner, Settled in then Harwick Township near Iliff's pond and/or Lake Clearwater(don't know anything about them). When new lines were drawn in 1824, went from Sussex to Warren, Andover Township. Orgin date is between 1720 and 1725.
Contact Matthew Misener
MOTT - I'm looking for John Mott who was born it is believed, in Columbia and Elihu Mott who it is believed was the father of John.
Contact MMott50928@aol.com
MOULTON -
I am searching for any information on my gr gr gr grandfather, George Moulton. I believe he was born in Warren Co in 1842. This date could be incorrect. He fought in the civil war, was injured, and then went to Marion, KS.
Contact Wendi Tyler Zimmerman
Mowder, Shields, Gibson, Bigler - All the above are descendants of Sarah Bowlby (whose parents John and Mary Lanning Bowlby) were among first settlers in Mansfield Twsp. They gave land for the Mansfield Presbyterian Church up off Route 31 at Washington, NJ. Thanks.
Contact Mary McAllister

NAYLOR - In the 1900 New Jersey Soundex (N-460), In Belvidere was one Charles J, b. Mar 1849, NJ. His wife, Laura J. b. Jan 1852, NJ. His son, Chauncey b. Jun 1876, NJ. Daughter-in-law, Ida b. Jul 1876, NJ.
Also in Belvidere was Naylor, Elmer b. Aug 1861. His wife Anne (possibly Pohl) b. Dec 1874, Denmark, NR. His son, Charles R. b. Oct 1894, NJ. His sister-in-law, Carrie Pohl, b. Apr 1883. Two brother-in-law's: Fredrick Pohl b. Apr. 1885, and Claus Pohl b. Apr 1887.
In the 1920 New Jersey Soundex (N-460), In Belvidere was Naylor, Elmer b. NJ, ae 51. His wife Annia A. b. NJ, ae 45. His son, Fred b. NJ ae 15. With Nephew, Fred Hepler b. NJ, ae 4 3/12.
Also in Belvidere was Naylor, Charles T., b. NJ ae 71. his wife Laura J., b. NJ, ae 68.
In Phillsburg, Warren Co. - Chancey J. Naylor, b. NJ, ae 42. His wife Carrie J., b. NJ ae 34. Child, Francis C., b. NJ, ae 9/12.
This family was in Hunterdon County, NJ before coming to Warren County to work with the Railroad.
I do have "all" the Hunterdon County information on this family. I would like further contact with anyone researching this family.
Contact Deborah Naylor/Farhar
NEWTON, BLACKWELL, LANNING, LOWERY - Isaac NEWTON b. 1802 married Susan BLACKWELL in Sussex co 1824. Resident of Hacketstown Warren co 1850. Susan was d/o Elijah BLACKWELL and Martha LANNING. Isaacs' mother was Catherine SIMPSON DENNIS LOWERY. Who was Isaacs' father?
Contact Talma Klaassen
NOKES (NOAKS) - Searching for information on Jeremiah NOKES (aka NOAKS). He was born 1821 in Hope. He served in the 54th Mass. Inf (Colr'd) Troops. Enlisted in 1863. The papaers I have obtained say that he was married however there is no mention of the wife's name or name of children. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you,
Contact B. Noaks

NORTON - Interested in getting information on Joseph Norton, Belvidere NJ in the early 1800's
Contact Mpnadk@aol.com
OAKS - Seeking ancestory and other information on Daniel Oaks, born May 12, 1795 and died August 8, 1852.
Contact Dave Hicks
OSBORNE, BROWER, BLANCO, MUSHLUNKA - I'm looking for information on the OSBORNE & BROWER. ALSO BLANCO & MUSHLUNKA families. I know Daniel Osborne married Isabel Brower and had son Daniel 9/23/1914. I know Manuel Blanco married Katherine Mushlunka and that Manuel Blanco came from outside Madrid, Spain
Contact Horseken@aol.com
PARR/GREEN Gershom S. PARR b. about 1816 married Fanny T. GREEN b. about 1820. They married about 1843. Known children, brom 1850 and 1860 Census, are William (1843), Rebecca (1845), Margaret (1848) Catherine (1949), and Ruth (1852). Would like to find parents of PARR or GREEN, and any interested researchers.
PARR/KIEFER Jesse PARR b abt 1822 married Susan KIEFER b abt 1837, (possibly in Northampton Co PA). Known children are Gershom (1853), Emaline (1856), Marshal (1857), Eliza A. (1859), and Effie (?). Would like to find parents of PARR and KIEFER, and any interested researchers.
Contact Kathy Hartmann
PAULDING - Nathan Marlatt b. 1753 in Mansfield County, New Jersey and his wife Mary b. 1759 also in Mansfield had eight children all thought to have been born in Mansfield: George 1781: Margaret 1783: John Frederlak 1788: Nathan 1790: Mary (Polly) 1793: Joseph 1796 & Lydia 1796 (twins): and Frederick 1798 of this family my interest is in Margaret and Mary.
Mary was my g.g.grandmother, she died at Lynnville, Norfolk Co, Ontario,Canada in 1873. Mary was married three times, I know about her first and third husbands but I am searching for her second husband who was my g.grandfather.
There is a possibility that his name was William or Henry PAULDING, there were Pauldings at Mansfield in those years. I have an unsubstantiated note that says Margaret was married to Henry.
I would like to have proof that the sisters married brothers or that Margaret died and Henry married Mary. Whoever he was he died shortly after my g.grandfather was born at Port Dalhousie, Lincoln Co. Ontario on the 8th of May 1816. All help on the Pauldings will be appreciated.
Contact W. Bruce Poldon
Piatt/Pyatt/Pyott etc. - I am interested in any spelling of this name from the area. John Piatt was in Greenwich twsp., Warren Co, NJ by ca 1800. Who was Philip Piatt and Isaiah Piatt and where did they live. I need the children of above John Piatt. Many moved back and forth from Hunterdon county
Contact Richard Piatt
PROBASCO - I am interested in PROBASCO surname info, family trees and research. I am starting a central PROBASCO database to direct researchers to others who are researching their line. The PROBASCO's have been in Warren County since the early 1700's.
Contact Nora Probasco

PROBASCO, HOFF, WIXON, DILTS. Looking for any information on Daniel Lanning PROBASCO'S and Catherine Burd PROBASCO'S Children.(Josephine, Mary, Anna, Ida Jane, Nettie, George & Isaiah and their families) 1857-1920.
Contact Cheryl Roberts
PYATT - Would you have information on the ancestors of Elise K. Pyatt, b. 1904, Phillipsburg, NJ? Thanks,
Contact Vladimir Samohutin
RANDOLPH- Seeking any information on the family of Reuben F. Randolph and his wife Beulah Sheppard. They were married about 1789 and had at least seven children. The fourth of the seventh was Howell W. Randolph (b.1818) in Shiloh, NJ.
He may have had a sister, Anna Mariah Randolph who married N.J. Read in Shiloh in the 1860s. If you are a descendent of this Randolph sect or have inforamtion.
Contact Dncolectv@aol.com
RAUB/WEBER - I'd like to exchange information about the RAUB and WEBER families.
Contact Amy Jean Williams

RAY - I am looking for any information on Moses Ray who lived in the area of Walpack (now Pahaquarry) Twp after 1756.
Contact Jim Hannum
REED/BEIDLEMAN - SEARCHING FOR REALATIONSHIP TO GEORGE BRACKLEY REED BORN 1829 DIED 1914, MARRIED FRANCIS D BEIDLEMAN OF HOPE NEW JERSEY, BOTH LIVED IN NJ AND HAD 11 CHILDREN
PLEASE CONTACT BRUCE BARTHOLOMEW

REGAN - I'm looking for information on James and Ann Regan who lived in Oxford in 1880 according to census data. My great-great-grandfather was Patrick was their son. In 1880 the Regan's lived on Washinton Street and James was an ore miner. Any leads or information?
Contact Dan Regan
RICHEY - I am looking for more information on the brothers Richey: Robert, William and John who came to the Musconetcong Valley in 1738. They settled near Asbury, where John died in 1776. His son Daniel emigrated to NY in 1801; that is my line, and I am looking for information on the Richeys who stayed in NJ as well as my own line.
Contact Ken Grantham
ROBBINS, Lavinia Britton: born 20 Mar 1855 in Oxford Township, NJ; died 16 Nov 1908; married date unknown to James Lewis Straughan who worked in the iron mines. I would like any info about either of them and their ancestors.
Contact James Straughan
RUSSO: I am wondering if anyone can help me I am looking for Tina Russo of Morning Glory rd. Warren. I am an old pen-friend of hers and I would really like to re-establish contact with her, can anyone help? Thankyou,
Contact Aidan Hommelhoff in Australia
RYMAN, John and George, are found in the 1830 census for Warren County, New Jersey. I would be grateful for any information on RYMANS. Please email me.
Contact Jeanne Johnson
SEGREAVES - I am seeking information on the SEGREAVES family of Warren Co, NJ. George and Rachel (Merrill) Segreaves were on the 1790 Greewich Twp Tax roll. George's parents came from England to NY where he taught school. George and Rachel had at least 2 sons: Henry and John. Henry married Hannah Rosebury and was prominent in Phillipsburg, John married Harriet Hunt and had 4 children Samuel, Edward, John and Mary. John Jr. married Nettie Hubert and they had Lillie Mae (my grandmother) and Rachel. would appreciate any info.
Contact Peribow@aol.com
SEGUINE/ COULT - Looking for information on Lena R. Seguine, b. May 1891, Hackettstown or Washington ?, dau. of James H. Seguine & Anna E. Widner, married to Joseph Coult, also lived in Newton & Newark, N.J.
Contact Matthew Kelly

SHARPENSTEIN - Looking for information on Margaret Sharpenstein (1729-1801), daughter of John Sharpenstein who married Mathias Shipman.
Contact Karan Armstrong

SHIELDS - I am looking for any information on my Grandfather Thomas Shields b. 3/11/1878 . Parents Samuel Henry Shields and Susan ?. Thank you.
Contact Stephen Shields
SHIPPEN FAMILY HISTORY - PLEASE E-MAIL ANY REFERENCE OR DETAILS YOU MAY HAVE.SPECIFICALLY I AM LOOKIN FOR A LINK BETWEEN SETTLERS IN THE USA AND THEIR FAMILIES /LINKS IN UK /EUROPE SPECIFICALLY IN NORTHERN ENGLAND
Contact consultaprint@u-net.com
SIGAFOOSE/WIDENER - Alfred Sigafoose, 25, of Oxford, married Maggie Widener, 18, of Oxford, 14 Nov 1891-2 in Oxford. Who are their parents? Where did they move to?
Contact Matthew Kelly
SMITH - Thompson Smith lived in Sussex, then Warren Co., NJ in 1774. Thompson came from PA, daughter Martha born in PA in 1771...father may be Eleazer as Thompson's oldest son and several other generations used the name Eleazer. Thompson Smith moved to NC, settled in Piedmont circa 1782, died 1821...was a Primitive Baptist...any info appreciated.
Contact Don Smith
SMITH - g-father James Russell Smith b.01April 1891 married to Harriet Osmun b.Mar.1895 - gg-father Orlando Smith 22 Sept 1866 Married to Elizabeth C b. 09 Feb 1872 - ggg-fatherDavid B.Smith b.Nov 1843 Married Catherine C. bAug 1851
As far as I know this family is entirely from the Harmony Twp.P'Burg and Greenwich area but mostly from Harmony Twp. Would greatly appreciate any help with connections that might be out there. Will gladly trade info already obtained. Thank you so much for any help.....
Contact Sandy (glosser/smith) Bartha
SMITH - Interested in info on the following Smith family:
William C. Smith son of Peter Smith and Margaret b. 1773 Greenwich, Sussex Co. NJ d. 1859 Franklin, Warren Co NJ m. Margaret (b. 1770-80 NJ d. 1840-50) children:
John
Christiann m. Dehart
Jacob
Margaret b abt. 1805 NJ m. John Duckwurth 1 Apr. 1827 Knowlton, Warren Co NJ
David C. b. Oct. 1805 Warren Co NJ d 24 Apr. 1890 Plainfield Union Co NJ
m. Francis M. "Fanny" Staats
William
Daniel
Dorothy bap. 19 June 1798 St. James Lutheran Ch., Greenwich, Sussex Co, NJ m. Dehart
Mary m. Lake
Issac
Contact J. David and Ava Little
SMITH - I seek records on my maternal grandfather, Harvey Smith who was also known as "Whitey Sommers, Somers, Summers etc.". He divorced my grandmother, Minnie Lippincott Smith Ritenour on June 29, 1921 in N.J. Chancery Court in Trenton. They were wed on August 25, 1900 at Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church in Phillipsburg, N.J. by Joseph Stump, Pastor. She died in San Jose California in July 1979 and was born March 12, 1895. Her social security number was 150-12-2847. Any persons who are interested may contact me.
Contact Joseph Newbold
SMITH - I'm looking for info on Elizabeth Smith. She was my paternal GGG grandmother. Known info from family bible is as follows: Born 1811 NJ, Died 1856 Athens Co., OH. Married Abraham Hess bef 1829. Info I have found says they moved to Athens Co., OH in 1848 but according to the 1850 Warren Co., NJ census they were living there. Children from same census-- William 21, Rachel Jane 16, James 13, Sarah E. 9, Peter 7, Martha 4 and Isaac C. 2. My GG grandfather was named Martin and is probably the one called "Martha" here as is correct age. I know that William stayed in Warren Co and owned property in Greenwich TWP in 1870's according to the published Atlas of that period. All other children went to Athens, Co., OH and settled there.
Contact Nanci Hess

SMITH - Seeking ancestory and other information on Tunis Smith, born 1763 and died September 21, 1842 in Harmony.
Contact Dave Hicks
SMITH - I am searching for links to a Smith family which, I believe, departed New Jersey in the Mid 1800's for Fountain County Indiana. I have some data on the family after they arived in Indiana. My grandfather James Sidney Smith was born in 1876, Fountain Co. IN, to Daniel and Hanna Smith. I also have references to Peter Smith which may have been his grandfather or g grandfather. Any help would be appreciated. Will be glad to share information.
Contact Jim Smith
SNOVER, ADAIR Marriage - I have a Wm Snover mrrd an Elizabeth Adare/Adair about 1832 (unproven) and moved to Ill before 1840. Who are his parents/ or hers? Any and ALL Help appreciated!
Contact Carolyn Ryherd Green
SOMMERS, SUMMERS, SUMNERS
, Bethania married Peter Kinney MCMURTRIE, son of Abraham Clark MCMURTRIE and Margaret KINNEY about 1833. Looking for her parents. Any leads appreciated.
Contact PenmanJC@aol.com
STONE, BAKER, HAYCOOK/HAYCOCK: Looking for parents/siblings of Thomas Benton STONE (born 1854, Stewartsville NJ; died 1925, Morristown NJ). Father might have been William; mother Elinor. Tom married Mary Ann (or maybe just Ann) BAKER about 1879, had two children William and Ida. They lived in Durham PA. Mary disappeared about 1882. Tom & children moved to Morristown 1895 where he married Lucy NIXEY. Ida married Amos HAYCOOK about 1900. Looking for info on STONE, BAKER, HAYCOOK.
Contact Richard Haycook
STOUT- HINELINE - I am seeking info on JACOB STOUT and MARY ANN HINELINE. Mary was born in Warren CO. 23 Feb. 1844. She and Jacob were living there in 1870's. They a had a daughter Belle B. 1871.
Contact JLesh2@aol.com
STOUT, ZEBEDEE - He appears in the Warren County Cultural and Heritage Commission web site:
http://www.wcchc.org/views4.htm
as an original settler of Jacksonburg, west of Blairstown, in 1800.
I need proof (newspaper, church record, land records ... anything) that Zebedee STOUT is the father of Francis STOUT. Here is what I have: Zebedee's wife's name was "Nucy" Hagaman. They were married around June 1798 in Hunterdon, NJ. In 1800 (+ or -) he had a son Francis. Apparently in the 1820s Nucy died and sometime after that Zebedee married a "Thankful." She outlived him. Zeb was buried in March, 1850 in Olcott, Niagara County, NY in the Methodist cemetery.
Zeb's son Francis ended up in MI where he died in 1884 in Lenawee County. Francis' wife's name was Rhoda Wisner.
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SUTTON - Malachiah Sutton, lived in Pahaquarry Twp, year not known. Married Permelia, last name not known. yr. of marriage, birth not known. They had sons in N.J., born 1838 to 1846. Any info appreciated. Their sons were: James L., born 1838; William S.H., b. 1839, Levi, b. 1846; daughters, Claria M., b. 1841, Mary, b. 1844.
Contact Linda (Sutton) Johnson,
SWAYZE/SLIKER/BILBY/SEALS/BALL/HOLMES - Looking for Hall family informtion for Elizabeth Hall/married Theodore C. Ball. I think Elizabeth's father was George Hall, She also had brothers, George, Depue, Ray Hall. See her Death Notice and other Family Death Notices on my Website. http://members.tripod.com/~BettieHolmes
Any living family members. I want to hear from You too.
Contact Bettie Ball Holmes
Swesey, Sweezy - My Name is Ron swezea. My line was in Huntingdon Co area in the 1700's. The family surnames were Swesey, Swasey, and Sweezy. Looking for relatives of Mathias Swesey and his son Mathias Sweezy. Mathias Sweezy moved to Pa 1768. Thank you
Contact Ron Swezea

TAYLOR - I am seeking info about Thomas TAYLOR who may have come from Warren Co., NJ. He was born 3 Sep 1792. Believed to have married to Anna ELICK abt 1820. A land plat map in Hocking Co., OH shows he came from Warren Co., NJ abt 1836. Need his parents and confirmation of marriage. He died 17 Dec 1851 in Hocking Co., OH.
Have evidence he received a bounty warrant no. 17638 under Act of Congress of 28 Sep 1850. Do not know why or when he received warrant. Can document at least two of his children. Willing to exchange information I have on his descendants.
Contact John A. McCall

TEEL - Looking for birthplace of Henry G. Teel, b. Sep 28, 1728, d. 1795 in Sussex County. He appears on the 1774 tax rolls of Knowlton Township. Could he have been the Henrich Godfried Thiel, son of Christ. and Anna Margaretha Thiel, bap. on 10 Oct 1728 at Burbach, Westfalen, Prussia and the man of the same name and age who arrived in Philadelphia in 1753? Would also like to know the maiden surname of his wife, Christeenah, b. 1730, location of farm at Knowlton and where buried.
Contact wtlyons@ibm.net
TEETER - Am looking for further information and or parents of Elisha Teeter 1841-1913. Elisha married Emma? and had one child Charles Clarence Teeter. Elisha and Charles are both buried in the Hazen NJ cemetary with Charles wife Thelma Thompson Teeter. The elders seem to remember a connection to a Nelson Teeter buried in Belvidere. The original surname was Dieter however no one knows exactly when the name changed. Would appreciate any help any one can give.
Contact Rhonda Teeter

THOMAS - Looking for information about Susan Thomas, born in Hackettstown 30 Nov. 1787 and married Soloman Tallada. They lived in Bradford County, Pa. and had 10 children. She died in Towanda 11 Nov. 1962. Any information about her or her family would be greatly appreciated.
Contact Gloria Wilkinson
THOMPSON - I'm the Rev. Bayard C. Carmiencke. My grandfather was Bayard Taylor Thompson of the Thompsons of Washington, NJ. We got lucky once and found some information that lead us to Samuel Thompson of Washington. I'm sure he's buried in the Washington Cemetery. He was born 1782. That's as far as we got, quite a few years ago. Any help in locating more about his folks would be appreciative.
Sue and I are working on the Hawkins Genealogical Supplement. that's the supplement to the 1939 Book that traces the Hawkins line primarily from Zachariah. The thing that is different about this supplement is that we are bringing forward the female lineages as well. Sue's grandmother being a Hawkins means are children as Carmiencke's will be in the book. We have now well over 220 pages with a few more months to go. We keep getting submissions.
All this work has not allowed me to work further on My Thompson line in NJ. So I'd appreciate anything that could get me going again. All my queries out on the internet have not produced too much so far this year. Someone must be connected to my line and be interested in Genealogy.
The following is what I have in the direct line with wives; I keep hoping that someone will have information leading to Samuel's parents and further back as well as siblings and descendants of the wives.
Samuel Thompson b. 15 Apr 1782; m. 3 Jun 1807; d. 18 Dec 1853, Washington, NJ m- Lucy Potts b. 11 May 1788; d. 13 May 1863, Washington, NJ
Joseph P. Thompson b. 30 Oct 1812; m. 28 Feb 1849; d. 17 Apr 1870, Washington, NJ
m- Margaret W. Bowman b. 26 Apr 1824; d. 7 Apr 1916
John Bowman Thompson b. 28 Jan 1851; m. ca. 1878; d. 8 Jan 1934. m- Sarah Louise Stauffer b. Sep 1855, PA. or NJ
Bayard Taylor Thompson b. 14 Mar 1879; m. ?; d. late 1940's , Riveredge, Riveredge, NJ m- Alice B. Collier b. 14/15 Sep 1879, Newark, NJ; d. 21 Oct 1965, Oriskney, Utica, NY, bur. Greenfield Cem., Hempstead, NY she m 2nd Albert Greenleaf Carmiencke
Bayard Collier Thompson (Carmiencke) b. 10 May 1905, NY- NY; m. 9 Jul 1932, Brooklyn, NY; d. 3 Aug 1957 Meadowbrook Hsp.. E. Meadow, NY m- Frances Catherine Ellison Beverly b. 16 Nov 1911, Brooklyn, NY; d. 5 Apr 1997, Far Rockaway, NY She m 2nd Carl Gustave Engstrom
Bayard Collier Carmiencke, Jr. b. 26 May 1933; m. 20 Aug 1960 m- Susan Constance Healey
2 children
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THOMSON, CURRY, WOODRUFF - I AM RESEARCHING THE TOMSONS, CURRYS, WOODRUFFS. MARKSBORO IS NAMED AFTER MARK THOMSON>HE WAS A COLONEL IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR AND A CONGRESSMAN UNDER GEORGE WASHINGTON. HE OWNED THE MILL IN MARKSBORO AND AN IRON FORGE IN CHANGEWATER. I WOULD BE GLAD TO SHARE MY INFO.
Contact DENNIS RAWLINGS
THORPE - I am seeking information on my great-grandmother Grace THORPE who was born May 7, 1883, in Hackettstown, NJ. At this time all I know is her father's name Moses THORPE. He was born in Hackettstown circa 1835. He was 1/2 Indian(Iroquois?). Also curious as to whether there was an Indian Reservation in Hackettstown, my grandmother seemed to think so. Any clues or leads are most welcome!
Contact Susan Cady
TOWNSEND - The townsend, saxon, Evans families all lived in N. J. just after the Rev.
War. John Saxon was in the War. they moved from N.J. in 1817.
Contact Dralphopp@aol.com
TRUMP/WACK - Looking for John L. TRUMP born in Warren Co., Phillipsburg, 5-15-1864. Parents names Jacob and Elizabeth TRUMP(unknown maiden name). Also, possibly families with the surname WACK.
Contact Robert Randolph
VAN DORN - We are looking for information on a Thomas Van Doren who died in WW1. He was associated with Arletta Pittinger from Belvidere NJ
Contact blueclaw@ptd.net
WADSWORTH - I am looking for the parents of James M. WADSWORTH who was born in 1831. His parents were born in NJ. They were from the New Jersey area and then came to Pennsylvania after his birth.
Contact Anna WADSWORTH Snyder
WAGGONER/WAGNER - Seeking info. on Benjamin Waggoner/ Wagner born in Pa. Died 1928-1929. His children were: Hazel, Carrie, Sylvia, Orville, Ray, Silas and George Leroy. Any info. appreciated! Thanks!
Contact Debbie Waggoner
WALSH,CONNOLEY - I have information regarding the WALSH family, from Phillipsburg, which I believe is warren county. The Walsh family members are Richard, Cecelia (aka Teed), Walter and Francis. All born in Phillipsburg between 1889 and 1894! any info you have would be greatly appreciated!
I am seeking any info you may have on the patrick walter walsh family in phillipsburg. my records show they lived there as of 1916 at 139 mercer street. patrick's wife was anny(ie) connolley. any clues, info or connections would be greatly appreciated!
thanks in advance!
I am searching for any and all information regarding the WALSH and/or CONNOLEY families in Phillipsburg, between 1849 and 1894. I have names and addresses and would like to put my pieces together if at all possible! please respond if you have any information with either of these surnames!
Contact Sheila Walsh Richter
WARREN - I am looking for any information on Joseph Warren, whom Warren County was named for.
Contact Chris Eschbaugh

WEDGE, PERSON - I am looking for any information on the WEDGE Surname in Warren (then Sussex) Co., NJ c. 1793. Specifically a John Wedge and/or Annie PERSON or a Joshua Wedge. These persons may have lived in Knolton Twp. then.
My inquiry is related to that of Ervin Scott who placed a query earlier this year. However, his e-mail address has since changed. Thanks,
Contact Rod Wedge, Anchorage, AK

Weidner, Widener, Widenor, Widner, Widnor, Wydner Families - The family came to Oxford Twp. in the early 1700's. William Widner married Barbara Houck, their son, Henry, married Mary Hart of Mansfield Twp.. Henry & Mary "Hart" Widner's son, Thomas Bartley Widner, married Sarah Ann Beam. I have alot of family charts on other surnames that married into these families. Hope to put a book together. Like to find Sarah Ann Beam's parents.
Contact Matthew Kelly

WELLER - Need info on Elisha WELLER in Warren Co NJ. Birth abt 1808. Later shows up in IL 1850 with 6 children, 3 older daughters too old to belong to current wife. Thanks
Also Interested in Phillip WELLER of Stewartsville Warren co, especially if he or any of his family moved to Nelson Co KY about 1790 - 1808, thanks Pat
Contact Pat
WHITE, Peter, left Warren Co. for PA late 1700's, with families Aikmen, Hutchison, Salmon, Sloan, and Hidlay. Is Peter a descendent of lexander,( owner of "Whitehall", father of William, Alexander, & Samuel)? Peter was married to Elizabeth Brittain, had son Zeboath, perhaps more children. Any information on Peter, Elizabeth, & parents would be appreciated. Also, does anyone know of historian A. VanDoran Honeyman who wrote of Bellvidere N.J., where are his writings available??? Thank you.
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WHITE - any information appreciated on Alexander White who may have been born in Yarmouth MS (Cape Cod) in the early 1700s. I'm trying to prove his relationship to the Mayflower Pilgrim Peregrine White. Also did he build Whithall?
Contact Ann K. Noyes
WILGUS - This is my father's family. They seem pretty mysterious to me since I have been unable to find out anything about them. My gr-grandfather died before my father was born I also believe my gr-grandmother did too! My grandfather's name was Russell Clyde Wilgus. He was the son of an Edward Wilgus and an Adell Kitchen Wilgus. They lived in Blairstown, NJ (warren county). I know that they had family in Newton, NJ (Sussex county). I've been told that my grandfather met my grandmother there when he was living there with relatives although noone knows which relatives or has any names for me. My grandmother is Helen Louise Dean Wilgus originally from the Washington, NJ area. I am trying to get a little more information on my gr-grandfather. I know he was Edward Wilgus, that he worked on the railroad and he lost an arm. I do not know where he is from or his parents names, I do not know his wedding date or when he died but I believe he is burried in the Blairstown, NJ cementary. If anyone can give me any information I would be very grateful!
Contact Priscilla Wilgus Skow
Would like to share information on surnames WILLIAMSON,HORN,HOUSHILL,SLACK
Contact DotWilliamson

WILSON, SIEDEL, CHRISTIAN - Am researching WILSON Family of Belvidere, Warren Co. NJ Peter Wycoff WILSON b.Jul 3,1820 NJ d.Sep 16,1908 Kearney, Buffalo Co.Neb. (father William b.PA, mother Sarah CHRISTIAN b.PA) Peter married Harriet SIEDEL b.Nov. 23,1823 NJ d.Feb 20,1918 Denver,Boulder Co.,CO, married Sep. 5 1841 Belvidere NJ. Children- James Irving, William Clement, Joseph H., Sydney Anna, Elizabeth (all born NJ), Frank C., Louise W., Emma Jane, Florence Alberta (all born Ill) Information shows him as a Grocer & Capitalist. He also established the first store in Kearney Neb.
Contact Mike Mounce
WINANS / FRIGHTENDALL...looking for the parents of Katherine Frightendall. Katherine married Lewis Winans Dec 8, 1796 in the Dutch R. C. of Helderberg Jerusalem, N.Y. She died 1854 in Plainfield, N.J. They had nine children. Their son, John Lewis Winans was born Aug 3, 1807 in Mt. Horeb, N.J. John m. Sarah Bilyeu. Looking for any information on the name
FRIGHTENDALL/FReIDENDALL/FRiEDENDALL and when they came to this country. Thank you,
Contact Alice Martin LaRue

WINTER - Am searching for information and parents of Norman Henry WINTER born 1830 in NJ. In family photograph album I have found a photo of a cemetary by a photographer in Belvidere and it is dated "about 1867". I do know that Norman had an older brother, William, born 1825 in NJ also. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Contact Margaret Winter DeLisio Anchorage, AK

WOODRUFF - Seeking ancestory and other information on Daniel Woodruff, born 1820, and his wife Sarah.
Contact Dave Hicks
WOOLWEAVER/WOOLWEFER/WOOLWEVER etc. - Lived in Warren and Somerset Counties, New Jersey. Operated a woolen mill that produced cloth for the residents. Possibly a family related to the Palatine WOHLEBENs from Herkimer and Dutchess County NY, who came to New Jersey in the mid-1700s during the time of chaos caused by the French and Indian War. I am looking, in New Jersey for Counrad Wolwever or Woolwefer, who lived in Oxford Township, and William Woolwever or Woolwefer who lived in Greenwich Township, circa 1770-1790
Also - WOOLWEAVER/WOOLWEFUR - I am researching Woolweaver in Beekmen Town, Dutchess County, New York
in the 1700s, and trying to establish a possible relationship to the Palatine Wohleben family that settled in Beekmanland after their arrival. In corresponding with Rachel Meyers, Sussex County Wohleben researcher, I determined that the Beekman Wohlebens had branches in New Jersey, the only other place I had found Woolweaver/Woolwefur, and recently she located Woolwefur court records associated with Woolever in Sussex. Counrad Woolwefur appears to have descendants that used the spelling Woolweaver, including some that went to Pennsylvania. Contact with anyone researching the "W's" would be greatl appreciated.
Contact Sharilyn Whitaker
YOUNG - I am looking for any information about Peter B. Young. He married Mary Wison and lived in Greenwich Twp. Warren Co. Date of Death was March 1877.
Contact M Byrd
YOUNG - I am researching family of my great grandfather, Holloway H. YOUNG, b. 7 March 1842 in Greenwich Twp NJ. Holloway served with 15th Regt NJ Vol Co H and 1st US Artillery Co K in Civil War; married 26 Feb. 1870 Sarah E. Breece in Trenton, Mercer Cty NJ and lived remainder of his life in Trenton. Died 30 Jan. 1908 and is buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Trenton. The 1850 census for Greenwich Twp lists YOUNG family of Jacob, age 48; Anna/Hannah, age 46; Elizabeth, age 13; Ann, age 10; Holloway, age 8; Susan, age 6; John, age 4. Are you connected to my YOUNG family? Will share information.
Contact Frances Goeke
YOUNGHEN - Hi, I am trying to research the YOUNGHEN family. 1790 Census lists three Younghens, George, John and Peter, Sussex Co., Location: Hardwick: Year: 1793. This being a uncommon surname, I believe all are related. I have no other infomation. Family Bible only mentions a CATHERINE YOUNGHEN, born in NJ. I can locate no other Younghens except these. Would appreciate any info or suggestions on how to process in locating any information. Thank you.
Contact Pete

CHRISTOPHER S. ZELLER FAMILY: Would like to share information. Looking for actual Birth, Marriage, Death Dates. Thank you
Information taken from the Perth Amboy, NJ Census - 14th June 1880 - ED 129, PG 26.
Located on Commerce Street - Perth Amboy - 2nd District
Christopher Sharps Zeller - AKA: Sharps Zeller Occupation: Carpenter Born in New Jersey around 1838.
Parents were also born in New Jersey. Parents names unknown
Fought in the Civil War 1862-1863 - 30st NJ Vol. Infantry Battle of Chancellorsville, VA.
Wife: Sarah (maiden name possibly Shafer) Occupation: Housekeeper Sarah was born in New Jersey around 1840.
Sarah's Parents were also born in New Jersey. Parents names unknown
Sarah also found in Request for Christopher's Pension
Wife: Emma Small - listed in 1909 adoption paper of Lloyd Butz-Zeller
(I do not presently have any official Marriage Records for these 2 women in regards to Christopher)
Children:
William Zeller - Born in New Jersey (possbily Perth Amboy) around 1870.
Marvin Zeller - Born in New Jersey (possbily Perth Amboy) around 1879.
Mary Ann Zeller - Gallagher (birth date/place unknown) She is my Great Grandmother
Mary had two children: Ruth Zeller and Lloyd Butz-Zeller (born in NJ between 1890-1908)
Lloyd Butz-Zeller father was William Butz of Easton, PA
Lloyd Butz-Zeller was later adopted by Irvin and Annie Fisher of Wildwood, NJ
His name was changed at the time of the adoption to John Daniel Fisher after Irvin's father.
Nothing else is known about Ruth Zeller.
Though unreadable on 1880 Perth Amboy, NJ Census, Listed under the Zeller family was from what I can make out a: Hattie Shafer - Daughter - 12 yrs. - Paents and herself born in NY, NY.
ALFRED ZELLER FAMILY: (Brother of Christopher) Information taken from the Perth Amboy, NJ Census - 23th June 1880 - ED 128, PG 28
Located on Smith Street - Perth Amboy - 1st District
Alfred Zeller Occupation: Carpenter Born in New Jersey around 1843.
Parents were also born in New Jersey. Parents names unknown
Fought in the Civil War 1862-1863 - 31st NJ Vol. Infantry Battle of Chancellorsville, VA.
Wife: Jennie (maiden name unknown) Occupation: Keeps House
Jennie was born in New Jersey around 1855. Parents names unknown
Jennie's Parents were also born in New Jersey.
Children:
Roy Zeller - Born in New Jersey (possbily Perth Amboy) around 1875.
Contact Katherine Ketner
ZELLER/SMALL: looking to share information on Christopher Sharps ZELLER's family. He was born in Stewartsville, Warren County NJ around 1840 died in Perth Amboy, NJ 1893. Fought in Civil War with his brother Alfred Zeller. Had a sister named Susan ZELLER. He Married Emma SMALL, duaghter of Daniel SMALL. Born in Greenwich, died Jan. 22, 1875 in Greenwich Township, NJ. Christopher beleived to have had several children with Emma SMALL: William & Mary Anna were two that I know of. looking for more informatin on Mary Ann Zeller (Gallagher ?) as she is my Great Grandmother. She had two children that I know of: Ruth Zeller 1896 and Lloyd Butz-Zeller 1908 (of William Butz). Both were Illigitamate children. He later married Sarah M. Morehouse in 1878 in New York City. I Have much more on Christopher ZELLER that I could share with those who are interested. Thank you.
Contact Katherine Ketner

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