Be sure to use the "Edit, Suggest A Correction" feature if you find a memorial I manage with an error. Most of the memorials I've added are found by walking cemeteries, so transfers are no problem. Be sure to use the Suggest A Correction feature so that I can be sure to work with the correct memorial entry. Chances are that I won't write back to your request unless I have some question about the information you've sent me. Otherwise, I'll update the memorials as quickly as I can.
Charles L. Waters Per his World War I draft card, his middle name was Lukens, which is also his mother's maiden name. He was born 25 Oct 1881 in Pennsylvania. His parents were Harry S. Waters and Ella Lukens. He was the oldest of five children: Bessie (Feb 1883), Effie (Jan 1887), Samuel L. (6-6-1890), Anna M. H. Waters (7 May 1891), Effie, Samuel and Anna were born in Trenton, Mercer Co., New Jersey. Charles e They had seven children: Harry (1905), Marion (1907), Raymond T. (1910), Norman E. (1914), Charles A. (1916), Doris M. (1923) and Martin R. Waters (1927).
I am a 6th cousin of Charles Lukens Waters on his mother's side. Jackie Rogers, family genealogist email@example.com
Benjamin Naar Just a note. Benjamin was born in Saint Thomas when it was part of the Danish West Indies, but that wasn't an option in the drop down menu. Also, I haven't been able to find the burial site of his mother yet.
RE: Hoagland Burying Ground Thanks for the reply. I'm familiar with the cut-and-paste...There is a 'Hoagland Cemetery' in the Flagtown section of Hillsborough. What's confusing me is that you have the interments in a place called 'Hoagland Burying Ground' located in Belle Mead, NJ (per FindAGrave cemetery description), and Belle Mead is not near Flagtown. See what I mean?