|jeff cox (#46800336)|
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My family was originally from Sussex and Warren County, New Jersey. Interested in the Cox, Werner, Grogan, Osmun, Slater, and others from that area. Hoppock & Cregar families of Hunterdon County, NJ.|
Also interested in the Martz, Seidel, and Dieffenbacher lines near Washingtonville, PA.
Forrest & Clarke families in Wilmington, DE and Maloney family in Smyrna, DE.
Please feel free to use or repost any photos I have taken...
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|Brian J. Ensley||James Thomas Gatehouse #102821953|
I saw that there was an obit posted on James' memorial and you had a notation on the comments that the source was unknown. I added the obit again but with the source. If you want to delete yours or if you would rather keep it the same I'd be glad to delete mine- just let me know.
|Nick Laham||Lavina Powers Wheeler|
I believe it was you who requested a pic for the above. I reported a problem with your request for her as there's no Lavina Wheeler or Lavina Powers in the online database. After visiting the site, it appears she may have a headstone amongst the other Powers. It only lists the name Powers and death date of May 14, 1907 (which is 2 days after her Find A Grave memorial states.) I am assuming this is her.
I have posted the pic to her memorial.
|Gary Roberts||James Frazier Memorial|
Jeff, I took this photo of James Frazier. It is next to his wife but as you can see, the stone is tipped over. I am concluding that this is James Memorial. Gary
|Art Dubell||Mary Jane Sharp|
She is buried in St.Johns United Methodist cemetery. You have her death date as Nov 20. I believe the year is 1864.Just wanted to let you know.
Hi Jeff, I'm researching the Shiplee tree and see that Mary married Herman Werner Cox, but I don't know when or where.
Added by David on Aug 02, 2015 8:06 AM
|GARY THORNTON||RE: Emil Brasted|
I recall creating the listings I put into the cemetery from a spreadsheet i found online.
I think I got it from here:
|Christine Harty||RE: Charles Clinton Cox|
You are welcome, cousin!
Thank you for compiling together the Cox family tree.
Christine Cameron Harty
|Celeste Simmons||RE: Pellett stone|
There are two separate cemeteries listed as one. One is in Passaic County (where I have never been). And the other is just down the road from where I live in Morris County. Someone has merged the two and now it is a huge mess. I regret ever doing memorials in this cemetery because I am constantly getting notifications on it. And I will always reply because otherwise people think I am just ignoring them. Sorry for any confusion. Have a wonderful day.
|Patty C.||RE: Sanfords|
I added another photo to their memorials. They are buried with a Richard S. Woods (cemetery index has him as Wood). He was buried there on 11/01/1934. Age 15. I need to go back with a hand broom to clean off what I believe a groundhog may have done to get a better photo. Good luck in your research!
Added by Patty C. on Oct 15, 2014 8:18 AM
|Geo||RE: Frank Van Gorder|
Franks' marker was toward the rear of that section, and I did not see Sophie near his.
Added by Geo on Oct 10, 2014 6:58 PM
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