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Joseph R. Klett (#47554493)
 member for 5 years, 2 months, 21 days
Steve Staruch
Lorance/Lorange - Rocky Hill NJ
Hi Joe - I'm surprised no one has corrected this until now! This was the first "complete" cemetery that I ever transcribed, on my lunch hours when I used to work near there. And the old fashioned way, with pen and paper; I probably couldn't read my own writing. Anyways, since Nathan has posted the corrected names, and someone has added photos, I'm thinking these should just be deleted, since nothing would be lost. I don't have a problem with that; my Jersey relatives are in and around Westfield - none here. Let me know if that works for you - or I could transfer the ones you'd like; just put in a request. Which ever is easier. And thanks! Steve

Added by Steve Staruch on Jul 27, 2016 3:23 AM

Rich D.
Eliza Snyder Eglington Request
Eliza was located in a book of Eglington burials (found at the Gloucester County Historical Library) and showed she died of 'consumption'. No Section or lot was provided. Her husband Charles was not found in the books.

Added by Rich D. on Jul 26, 2016 8:39 PM

Kathy Straley
Harvey Hutchinson
More then glad to transfer Harvey to you.

Kathy S

Added by Kathy Straley on Jul 26, 2016 7:24 PM

Janeen Welsh
RE: Clevengers at Arney's Mount
You're welcome. I uploaded the pics. The stone next to his that I thought might be his wife is not. It is totally illegible except for the first letter which is almost certainly a W not an M.

Added by Janeen Welsh on Jul 23, 2016 7:17 PM

Janeen Welsh
RE: Clevengers at Arney's Mount
I'll try to go tomorrow. Supposed to be brutally hot and muggy all weekend, but if I can get going early enough it'll be fine. The cemetery is completely shaded except for one small corner. SC is in the shaded area right by the front gate.

Added by Janeen Welsh on Jul 22, 2016 7:57 PM

Linda Hollingshead
Jonathan Frazee
Thank you so much for adding the information on Jonathan Frazee's page. I appreciate it very much.

Added by Linda Hollingshead on Jul 20, 2016 2:39 PM

Jo Peterson
Ralph Edward Powell
I found him in the newest field begin the church office. He is not next to Stella. went Dutch Neck today and forgot to take the Ralph's grave picture. Will continue to look


Added by Jo Peterson on Jul 20, 2016 1:36 PM

Lisa MacFerren Minerd
Beckett Family
You seem to have a lot of information on the Beckett family. Do you have a Susan or Susanah Beckett born about 1820-1821? She married Paul Andrews in Gloucester in 1841. I am trying to find her parents.

Thanks for your help.


Added by Lisa MacFerren Minerd on Jul 15, 2016 9:45 AM

Luke Davidson
Ayres Family Burying Ground
Hi, I have a few questions. First, do you know if the Ayres Family Burying Ground in Middlesex County, NJ is still standing? If so, is it accessible to the public? Also, do you know if any of the graves are still standing? It sounds fairly old based on the description and may be off the beaten path.

Added by Luke Davidson on Jul 13, 2016 9:28 PM

Donna Luzzi
West Laurel Hill, Pa.
Saw your post to a cousin Campbell. I have many Campbell's in my tree with Charles Campbell born abt 1825 in Ireland married to Mary McCrystal in the Philly area. Any chance we have any connections??
Donna in Va. Bch., Va.

Added by Donna Luzzi on Jul 13, 2016 1:15 PM

Janeen Welsh
RE: Clevengers at Arney's Mount
Joseph: I didn't take a picture of the stone, but will go back possibly this weekend and take the pic.
along with the stone next to it, that may be a wife.

Added by Janeen Welsh on Jul 11, 2016 12:59 PM

Stone Hunter Babe
RE: Maine Avenue Cemetery
You are most welcome!

Added by Stone Hunter Babe on Jul 08, 2016 10:14 AM

Stone Hunter Babe
RE: Harvey and Julia Gay
No trouble at all :~}

Added by Stone Hunter Babe on Jul 08, 2016 10:11 AM

Polhemus and Everett graves
Dear Sir or should I say, cousin,
I am the daughter of Henry Rizer Everett, son of Raymond Everett, son of Rev. Charles Everett. Because of your good work I was able to locate and visit the graves of my ancestors in New Jersey. We were so delighted to find all of the graves well kept. I left red roses at Middlebush Cemetery for my great grandparents, Rev. Charles R. and Sara Ella P. Everett and for Ella's partents Tunis DuBois and Elizabeth Hoagland Polhemus.
Then we went over to Cranbury for lunch at the Inn.(I have since purchased the book about Cranbury's history.)In Brainerd Cemetery we found
(after much searching, eroded and broken stone) Thomas Smith Everett, my 3rd great grandfather. We did not find his father, Ezekiel Everett, Sr., but assume he is there too. I also would have liked to have time to visit graves of Elizabeth Robinson and Arthur D. Perrine.
Then on to Dutch Neck to find many Everetts, specifically my great great grandparents, Charles Randel and Julia Ann Hooper Everett and many children. It seems there are Everetts still living in the area, so I hope to get in contact with them through the church.
It was particularly wonderful to connect with my ancestors before Independence Day since the families had been in that area before the Revolution. We could not have done it without your photos and information. We were stayibng with friends in Lawrenceville so it made a perfect outing for the day.
Thank you a million times,
Dot Everett Waldrip

Added by Dot on Jul 07, 2016 2:11 PM

Gabriel Iszard Jr.
Dear Joseph,

I am curious to know your cousin connection to Gabriel Iszard Jr. who was a fourth great uncle of my husband. Gabriel Iszard Snr.'s son Samuel L. Iszard Jr. was the source of my mother in law's side of the family. Her name is Melissa Iszard. Where are you based? Our family comes from East Coast, mid-atlantic, NJ/MD, USA.

Best regards,

Jennifer Taylor

Added by jhtvermont on Jul 01, 2016 5:02 PM

Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.
Jane aka Jean Butler
Thanks for pointing out the duplicate. I'll fix that.

Added by Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D. on Jun 28, 2016 9:54 PM

Ida Durden
Springer Family
Thanks for your response. Here is why I was asking the question about Lorentz Springer =
I have been reading the North America, Family History on Springer (164 pages) Have you reviewed?

My personal email is, if you would like to respond there.

I really would appreciate anything that you would share. The Springer connected to my husband is Nancy Springer that married William Jackson - daughter Mary Polly Springer Jackson married John Ware. John Ware's daughter Mary is my husband's 2x great grandmother - she married John Edward Durden

Thanks again and I am not trying to be a pest. I really try very hard to have accurate information in the family tree. I am on Ancestry or you?

Have a blessed day,

Added by Ida Durden on Jun 28, 2016 2:16 PM

Ida Durden
Lorentz Springer

Hi, I have followed research on him, due to his family is part of our 8th great grandparents. Records show he was only son of first wife of Christopher Springer - Alma Doretha Jacobie - they married 1645 he was born 1646 = she died appx two years after marriage. Can you shed some help on what is written on his findagrave.

Thank you so much for your time and response

Added by Ida Durden on Jun 25, 2016 1:22 PM

Well, a little further reading revealed to me that you are far more than a hobbyist. I'd guess that my recent populating of the OurFamilyTree database, at best, was inefficient, perhaps pointless.

Still, my particular interest is the intersection of land title and genealogy as a frame for history, and you are the guy to talk with. My career is in IT, originally databases, so I may have something to contribute.

Looking forward,

Added by robweis on Jun 22, 2016 6:55 AM

41520793 Mary A. Lewis
Good Morning Mr. Klett! I became a member just to send you an email, but computer / technology is a challenge for me so I'm not sure that I sent it successfully, as you probably never got it. I'm quite sure that Mary A. Lewis would be a relative of mine, as well as a few other Lewis family members and I'd love to have a conversation or email exchange with you, if you would. I can try resending my original email - I hope you receive it. If not, please email me at
Thank You So Much! Have a Happy Fathers Day!

PS: If anyone reading this is also related to these Lewis Memorials, please feel free to email me! Thank You!

Added by Anonymous on Jun 18, 2016 12:17 AM

Charles Perot - Msg 2
I have a few semi-personal questions about the family.
Please email me personally / privately.
I also have a story to tell any direct surviving members of the family, such as any possible Grandchildren.


Added by viv on Jun 09, 2016 10:21 AM

Hi, Joseph.

I wanted to thank you for all the work you've be doing on local genealogy. I live in Lambertville and am studying local history, particularly through local family histories. (My ancestors include a Hendy/Baker union in revolutionary times).

I have a particular interest in Lambertville's explosion in the 2nd half of the 19th century. I've been ripping off, uh, I mean, referencing your work at the site I use for genealogy.

I can make a great case for using this free and quality controlled site.

If you're interested, we may be able help each other in related goals.

Rob Weisenborn
HVCHS '76 w/ a shout out to Ted, who may remember me.

Added by robweis on Jun 05, 2016 8:13 AM

George & Carrie Mount
Delighted to offer you the transfer. My ancestors are also Mounts--some born and buried in Bristol. I have no idea how/if your relatives are linked to mine, but I look forward to your bios. I enjoyed reading your Contributor's Page.

Added by Sheppard2 on Jun 04, 2016 4:41 AM

RE: Otterville images (Hanson, Collver)
You are very welcome. Next time I am at Otterville Cemetery I will check again for the remaining names you requested (I was a bit pressed for time).
Karen VN

Added by KVN on Jun 01, 2016 12:45 PM

Charles Perot
Under the flowers section for Charles Perot, you used the word "Cousin" are you related to him?

Added by viv on May 30, 2016 8:15 PM


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