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|Carol & David||Claude Rader #21980291|
Could you please connect Claude, #21980291 with his parents, Jonas 123761740 and Emma Rader 123762020? Thank You Carol
|Mary Stangil||Confused Cemeteries|
There are two large cemeteries in Phillipsburg. Fiarmount Cemetery is located on Belvidere Rd. The Phillipsburg Cemetery (which is where my Sigafoos relatives lie buried is located on Filmore St. between Irwin St and Railroad Ave. Please try not to confuse the two sites.
|Direwolf||Elizabeth Burroughs Cook|
HI,It might help if you Check the 1850 and 1870 Census for Elizabeth Burroughs and John M Cook. Elizabeth's birth year is around 1824.John M Cook's is around 1820. Elizabeth Quigley is around 1805, just like you have it on her Find a grave memorial. John S Cook's birth year is around 1812.Elizabeth Burroughs Cook and John M Cook had two children, Theodosia and Elizabeth. Thanks so much
Added by Direwolf on Dec 23, 2013 4:59 AM
I double check on Familysearch.org, when updating my Family unit chart. and some of the information is from wills and the archives in Trenton NJ. Susan Burroughs( John and Rhodas daughter) married John Smith, 17 Jan 1811. Elizabeth Burroughs (Susan's niece)Married John M Cook Jr, 24 Nov 1842. When you get a chance, go to FamilySearch.org, thats were I got the information for, John S Cook marrying Elizabeth Quigley 4 Oct 1826, I also checked the census in order, I think I sent you the list. I believe that Elizabeth Burroughs Cook had a daughter Lizzie (Elizabeth). Check the census for John S cook and Elizabeth Quigley, If you can not find the info, I will try to send it to you. Thanks so much for your time and effort. Merry Christmas
Added by Direwolf on Dec 22, 2013 10:57 PM
|Direwolf||John Smith Cook|
Hi, I think that all the information you have about him is not correct, John Smith Cook Married Elizabeth H Quigley on 4th Oct 1826, I dont think this family has anything to do with Burroughs, please check
Added by Direwolf on Dec 21, 2013 1:49 PM
|Sandy B||RE: grave of Thomas Barber and wife|
Hi! Thanks! I had tried looking for an explaination for that, and could not find any. Glad you could answer!
I have just discovered the Barbers in my tree. I am descended from Thomas through his daughter Elizabeth, who married George Nace (Nase). I have known about her son for awhile, who was named Thomas Barber Nace, and just 'knew' the Barber was another family name. I was not expecting to find a Patriot, but always glad to! Do you know anything more about his service or life?
My research so far on Thomas Barber's family has just begun. So far I've looked at trees online, but having a hard time verifying with sources. Most trees point that Thomas' father was John Barber Esq 1720-1777, but from there, I have seen conflicting information, and hope to prove one or the other without too much trouble. Most trees agree that Thomas' mother was Margaret Perrine(1737-1825), which I tend to accept given the name Perrine got handed down to their children. But I have not yet tried to find her ancestors.
If you would like to stay in touch for swapping info, just let me know!
Added by Sandy B on Apr 27, 2011 11:34 AM
|Sandy B||grave of Thomas Barber and wife|
I have a question about a grave you took a picture of, and I'm hoping you can help me. You say the grave of Thomas Barber and his wife are in the basement of Harmony Presbyterian Church, Phillipsburg, Warren County NJ.
I am just curious if you happen to know why the graves are in the basement. Is there a story about that?
I have traced my mother's line back to them, they'd be my 6th great grandparents.
Added by Sandy B on Apr 25, 2011 4:35 PM
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