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Alice Martin LaRue (#46851451)
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sa
RE: New York City Marble Cemetery
Hi Alice,
All photos have this marked already on the caption, along with the vault number.
All the best.
Added by sa on Nov 02, 2014 7:57 AM
David C. Bradley
RE: Memorial # 135996715
Hi, Alice,
That was really fast work! Thank you so much.
David.
Added by David C. Bradley on Oct 26, 2014 1:15 PM
David C. Bradley
Find A Grave Memorial # 135996715
Hello, Alice,

In the Barber collection we find this, from the 11 July 1842 NY Evening Post :

"Metuchen, N.J. July 9, res. of her father S. Bloomfield, Mrs. Anna C. 35y 9m relict of H H Brown, decd."

It appears that her husband, Henry Halsey Brown, who died about a year earlier, is buried in the Congregational Churchyard in Chester, Morris co., NJ.

David.
Added by David C. Bradley on Oct 26, 2014 11:00 AM
David C. Bradley
RE: the Bloomfields, First Presbyterian Ch. Cem., Metuchen
Thanks, Alice, I'll do that.
Added by David C. Bradley on Oct 25, 2014 6:24 PM
David C. Bradley
the Bloomfields, First Presbyterian Ch. Cem., Metuchen
Alice,
The youngest child of William Bloomfield and Catharine Van Mater (Croes) Bloomfield was Charles Augustus Bloomfield, Find A Grave Memorial# 95678512.
David.
Added by David C. Bradley on Oct 25, 2014 10:06 AM
sa
RE: New York City Marble Cemetery
Hi Alice,
The tree is actually covering the vault itself. It is the only marker remaining as to where those individuals are currently buried, because there is no remaining stone.
Added by sa on Oct 18, 2014 2:06 PM
Maureen
RE: Your cemetery photo
It's absolutely my pleasure, Alice! I hope to have the rest of the headstones posted soon! The trees really ARE beautiful in bloom...too bad it is for just a short time. I was going to go today, but it is just way too hot and muggy. The day I photographed the trees was perfect! Speak to you soon!
Added by Maureen on Sep 06, 2014 10:52 AM
Maureen
RE: Your cemetery photo
Thank you, Alice! Which loved ones are you specifically referring to? Perhaps Asenath? I am trying to take and upload as many pictures as I can to complete all of the memorials in the cemetery, within the next few months. It is a lovely little cemetery, especially in Spring when the gorgeous pink trees are in bloom!
Added by Maureen on Sep 06, 2014 7:06 AM
Linda Lyons
Nicholas Mundy Sr. and Jr.
I was looking at your posting for Nicholas Mundy Sr. referencing the marker placed by Rev. Ezra Mundy, a 19th century genealogist. "Nicholas Mundy and descendants who settled in New Jersey in 1665" (1907) is a wonderful piece of work, particularly considering when it was done. Although Rev. Ezra acknowledges in it that there will be errors in it and bemoans the fact that cousins haven't responded to his letters (true then as now), he made one whooper of an error right in the beginning: he confused Nicholas Mundy, Sr. with his son Nicholas Mundy, Jr. who was married to Hopestill Hull, daughter of Hopewell Hull and granddaughter of the Rev. Joseph Hull. It is Nicholas, Jr. who died in 1734 and it is his will citing wife Hope and 12 children in 1734 including my ancestor Hopewell Mundy.

I do not know when Nicholas Sr. died but he was alive in September 1695 when he was deeding land to his son Nicholas.

I think he was the son of the William Mundy who is in early records as immigrating to "Virginia" in the 1630s but who is also in early records in Massachusetts from where the Mundys in 1665. Many forget that in the early 17th century all of the east coast was "Virginia."
Added by Linda Lyons on Jul 13, 2014 12:45 PM
Debby (Patt) Margiotta
Eliza Currier
She is yours, take good care of her.

:-)
Deby
Added by Debby (Patt) Margiotta on Jun 29, 2014 5:23 PM
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