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Rich H. (#46489213)
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Bio Photo Some changes sent to me to update memorials that went to my Spam mailbox, were accidentally deleted. Please resend me your requests if I haven't gotten back to you.

I authorize anyone to use my Find a Grave images in Wikipedia or their own family research, under the creative commons attribution license cc-by-2.5, where the attribution is 'R.E.H.'."

Going forward, unless there is a compelling reason, I will only transfer listings of people someone knew closely, i.e. parent, child or close friend. I'm sorry, but someone who died 200 years ago could be related to thousands of people. I prefer you add one of my listings under your umbrella using the virtual cemetery feature at Find A Grave. If you have additional information, I will happily add it and list you as the contributor.

Also, please do not ask me add an obituary to a person's memorial. see Find A Grave policy below:

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Maria Blauvelt
Thank you for the transfer
Added by andieno on Dec 19, 2014 3:34 PM
Thank you
Thank you for posting my grandparents info on here. They are William and Marie Pandolfi. I have submitted to you my Grandfather's date of birth. We don't live near there and rarely get up to visit them. I truly appreciate your work on here.

Leigh Helms
Added by Leigh on Dec 11, 2014 12:48 PM
Wow hey! Thank you so much for checking for the stone! Gosh that was kind of you. I'm sorry you couldn't find it, but I appreciate you looking for it. Thanks so much!
Added by silverthetis on Dec 09, 2014 4:10 PM
I hope you don't remove it! I'm trying to prove that she IS an Odenwelder! I am the one who needs to have the grave photo checked against the birth and baptism dates. The grave transcription says b. 3/26/54 and I can't read the photo to double check. The church records say b. 3/5/54 and bapt. a few days later. Same birth year and month dates; same death dates. There is more circumstantial evidence, but nothing definite.
I hope you don't remove it, just trying to verify.Thanks for your time.
Added by silverthetis on Dec 09, 2014 8:48 AM
David Blauvelt
Thank you for the transfer
Added by andieno on Dec 08, 2014 9:49 PM
Maria Van Orden
Thank you for the trasnfer
Added by andieno on Dec 08, 2014 5:16 PM
Letty Haring
Thank you for the trasnfer
Added by andieno on Dec 08, 2014 12:21 PM
Robert J. Bloomer
John William Crum
I was born in 1828 in New York City, near the corner of Hudson Street and Charlton. All of my brothers were born there excepting Andrew, who was born on my grandfather Becker’s old homestead. I was between five and six years old when we moved to the Palisades. My father bought this land at Fort Lee Green. It was bid off to the highest bidder and old Judge Degroot was the auctioneer and was a great friend of my fathers.
My father, Henry Crum, was then in the laundry business at the corner of Hudson and Charlton. I used to see my grandfather around the house when I was a little boy. My father bought the property before he moved to New York. John Becker was my grandfather. Peter Becker was my mother’s brother and my uncle. Billy Becker, a cousin, of mine is dead. There is a William Becker living at Tuckahoe. I do not know where my grandfather John Becker was born, though it may have been somewhere in Jersey. I do not know how he came to locate there. He married, I think into the Scott family. Hannah Becker was the grandmother of John and Peter Crum. She was a Van Wagoner. Before she married she lived at King’s Bridge.
Added by Robert J. Bloomer on Dec 07, 2014 10:43 AM
Robert J. Bloomer
Margaret Van Wagoner Bloomer
Elisha Bloomer married Fanny Van Wagoner and Anderson Bloomer married Fanny’s sister Margaret before 1800. These Van Wagoner sisters were the daughters of John and Mary and born before 1800. The Bloomer brothers were engaged as Hudson River boatmen until the untimely death of Margaret in 1808. Anderson then returned to Ulster County, NY and he soon followed his wife to an early grave. That left Elisha and Fanny (Van Wagoner) Bloomer to carry on the Bloomer name in the Hackensack area. While both Elisha and Anderson were producing children in the early 1800, Anderson left a will in Ulster County, NY naming his children, and his descendants were well known as New York City businessmen. Elisha on the other hand has no clear pedigree of descendants. Of the many Bloomers living in Bergen County in the 1850s it is not clear which were Elisha’s children. James Whitlock’s diary added a William Bloomer to the same generation as Elisha and Anderson, and according to Whitlock, William married Susan another daughter of John Frederick Van Wagoner. However, nothing more has been discovered concerning William and Susan (Van Wagoner) Bloomer. William is not enumerated in any early Bergen tax records.
Added by Robert J. Bloomer on Dec 06, 2014 9:56 PM
Jenny Willis
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Hello! I would really appreciate it if you could add her parents to Frances Julia (McGreevy) Burke. Her parents were Bernard John McGreevy (43725901) and Mary Ann Luddon (Reilly) McGreevy (55669322). She was born 18 Aug 1901 in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. She married Edward Stewart Burke 29 Apr 1925 in Carleton, Ontario, Canada. Thanks!
Added by Jenny Willis on Dec 05, 2014 5:32 AM
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