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Mark Maxwell (#46819259)
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Bio Photo Born 1947 in Atlantic City Hospital. Egg Harbor City (EHC) schools and Oakcrest High School. Graduate of University of Dubuque (C'1970) BS Chemistry. Retired NJ State Police Forensic Scientist Supervisor (Drugs and Toxicology) June 2012; current member American Chemical Society, and Society of Forensic Toxicologists, and former member Mid-Atlantic Association of Forensic Scientists, President of the EHC Historical Society and Roundhouse Museum (see our Facebook page). In 2010, completed a book on early Egg Harbor City for Arcadia Publishing and selected "Citizen of the Year in appreciation for service to our community". Appointed Squadron Historian by the Edward H. "Butch" O'Hare Fighting Squadron Six (VF-6), Member of the Tailhook Association, USS Intrepid Association, United States Naval Institute, Life Member of 11th Airborne Association, Honorary Flying Tiger Award, Founding member American Air Museum of Britain and the Flying Tigers Memorial Museum in China.

EHC cemetery entries have reconciled FindAGrave files with the records of the City Clerk. The EHC Historical Society has a spreadsheet of the original 8 blocks of the cemetery and digital copies of the Block/Section maps. We still get requests from families whose records indcated interment here, but no records can be found. There are also many headstones not recorded in the Clerk's records, which apparently are not complete between 1860 and 1900.

Family (Cavileers & Maxwells) in the Atlantic/Burlington County area since 1700s.
Married Patricia A. O'Brien (Longmeadow, MA). Two sons: Mark Jr., James; two grandchildren.

In OCT2014, I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. On 12OCT2015 I underwent an autologous stem-cell transplant at Jefferson Hospital. I am undergoing a maintenance chemotherapy that will be 24 x 21-on-7-off sequences of Revlimid ending in 2018. Spring 2016 will enable me to return to most of my former activities, including Find-A-Grave.

Among my family trees are:
Paternal: ADAMS, CAVILEER, CRAMER, GALE, LEEK, LOVELAND, MAXWELL, McANNEY, SOOY, VANSANT

Maternal: CURRY, KRIEG, TOWNSEND, SCULTHORPE

In-laws: CRUM, O'BRIEN, HASSON, PLUMMER

Anyone who wants to use my info/photos for personal/family use GO AHEAD. Any others, just add a credit line below it.

Before you ask me to change an "unknown" birthdate to one that you calculated, know your degree of uncertainty. To change a year, the age on the headtone must include years AND months. Without both the uncertainty is +/- one year and will not be changed.

Please note: I do look at corrections sent to me, just not always the day you send it.
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Neil D Scheidt
RE: Abraham Reppert
Yeah, I know
Added by Neil D Scheidt on Aug 25, 2016 8:09 PM
Neil D Scheidt
RE: Barto bio
Mark,
The other problem I mentioned was that of Abraham Reppert who has a flat marker at Dryville but is believed to be buried at Lobachsville with his wife. I was told his marker might be moved to Lobachs. yesterday I inquired about any progress.
Be well,
Neil
Added by Neil D Scheidt on Aug 24, 2016 10:25 AM
Kelly K
EHT Gertrude Staffos grave
Mark
I just wanted to say how much we truly appreciated your help via email and on the phone while trying to locate my great grandmother's grave. I would not have been able to do it without the "blob" photo you sent and most importantly you adding her grave to findagrave. You truly are one of a kind! Without volunteers like you and the others that helped work on this cemetery many people would never be found. Thanks Kelly
Added by Kelly K on Aug 16, 2016 9:27 PM
Tania Dubb
RE: Hannah Gale of Tuckerton
I have a Hannah Berry b1882 in my tree who married an Oliver Gale. He was buried in Tuckerton. I don't have a death date for her.

There are two other people who have the last name of Gale at Weymouth who have very similar stones: Martin Gale and Hazel Gale. The 1900 census record has a Hannah Gale listed as the mother of an Albert Gale living in Weymouth. There is a Martin Gale listed on that record as a boarder.

I wish I had more information for you, because the story is definitely interesting.
Added by Tania Dubb on Aug 08, 2016 5:49 PM
Tania Dubb
RE: Hannah Gale of Tuckerton
Hi Mark,
I will check and see what I have and get back to you.
Tania
Added by Tania Dubb on Aug 08, 2016 3:29 PM
Jennifer Merry
Natter Headstones
Mark, thank you so much for taking the time to locate the grave site of Amanda, Jacob, and Margarethe Natter. I am sad to see that there is no headstone available but I am glad that you took the time to look. Your time if very much appreciated.
Added by Jennifer Merry on Aug 07, 2016 2:47 PM
Kitt Christopherson
RE: Jacob Natter
Mark,

Correct. The bottler must have been the blacksmith as he is listed as blacksmith on several birth certificates and documents. They came from NY and must have moved to Egg Harbor City, NJ around 1862. Jacob and Amelia's eldest child Jacob H. Natter was born in King, NY in 1860. Their next child Ludwig Natter is listed as being born in East New York, King, NY in March 1862 and dying in EHC in August 1862. The next sibling Emilie is born in EHC June 18, 1863 and dies there February 2, 1865. Next Edward William Natter is born in EHC in 1864 and dies there in 1865. Then several others siblings are born in EHC: Oscar 1866 (my great-great grandfather), Mary or Maria 1867, Frederick 1870, Edmund 1871, Emma 1875, and Charles 1877. Here is some information from the 1880 census where their last name was misspelled:


Name Jacob Nalter
Event Type Census
Event Date 1880
Event Place Atlantic City, Atlantic, New Jersey, United States
District ED 1
Gender Male
Age 44
Marital Status Married
Race White
Race (Original) W
Occupation Blacksmith
Relationship to Head of Household Self
Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Self
Birth Year (Estimated) 1836
Birthplace Germany
Father's Birthplace Germany
Mother's Birthplace Germany
Sheet Letter B
Sheet Number 37
Sheet Number and Letter 37B
Household ID 9190905
Person Number 0
Volume 1
Affiliate Name The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number T9
Affiliate Film Number 0770
GS Film Number 1254770
Digital Folder Number 005161408
Image Number 00079



Household

Role

Gender

Age

Birthplace

Jacob Nalter Self M 44 Germany
Amelia Nalter Wife F 39 Germany
Jacob Nalter Son M 20 New York, United States
Oscar Nalter Son M 14 New York, United States
Mary Nalter Daughter F 12 New Jersey, United States
Fredrick Nalter Son M 10 New Jersey, United States
Edmund Nalter Son M 8 New Jersey, United States
Emma Nalter Daughter F 6 New Jersey, United States
Charles Nalter Son M 3 New Jersey, United States
Caroline Vatz Other F 44 Germany
Jerry Kile Other M 23 Pennsylvania, United States
George Dout Other M 52 Germany
Mike Blankenhower Other M 23 Germany



Added by Kitt Christopherson on Aug 07, 2016 10:33 AM
Diane Ledogar Welz
RE: John Ledogar in EHC
Thank you for corrections. My Dad would happy you made the changes. I am not really doing any entries but to my immediate family.
Added by Diane Ledogar Welz on Aug 06, 2016 7:40 AM
Jerigirl
Charles T. Connelly
Mark
I did not take that photo but since it has my name attached I was able to change the date. I have no idea how it got under my name, I have never been to that cemetery and another person posted it. Glad I could help though.
Jeri Waters
Added by Jerigirl on Aug 03, 2016 6:32 AM
Harriet Phalen
RE: Grave of John Caryl
Dear Mark,

Thank you for your speedy reply! I hope I will be able to visit the grave in the future!

Hattie Phalen
Added by Harriet Phalen on Jul 23, 2016 12:48 PM
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