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Pamela Wilson (#47113264)
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Lisa MacFerren Minerd
RE: Elizabeth Marriott #65126973
thank you
Added by Lisa MacFerren Minerd on May 05, 2016 7:58 PM
Lisa MacFerren Minerd
Thank you so much for the photo of my 4th ggrandmother. I am wondering if her husband, Benjamin, is next to her?

Added by Lisa MacFerren Minerd on May 05, 2016 10:27 AM
Moreen Jensen

Did you get the pictures I sent to you of Lettie Jane? I was also wondering if by chance you know of a different branch of your family that I would be able to trace back to an older generation that would be still living that may know something?? I know how things branch out but I'm hoping.....
Added by Moreen Jensen on Jul 22, 2015 11:34 AM
Moreen Jensen

I haven't forgotten you, just been extremely busy! I will get them off to you though.
Added by Moreen Jensen on Jun 18, 2015 2:26 PM
Moreen Jensen
RE: Lettie Jane Wells
So happy to hear from you, so happy to find a relative of Jane's, as we called her. Jane was married to my Uncle in the late 50's into the 60's. He met her near the Army base in NY or NJ? I do know where her daughter from her first marriage is and have spoken to her, we also keep in touch via Facebook. I've been searching for Jane off and on for many years but have discovered more in the last year that I ever have. Her daughter, Kathy Storey...her married name escapes me at this moment lives in Florida. I also have 2 cousins that Jane and Al had together while married. So that is three new relatives that you now have. Kathy remembers being told in 1969 or 1970 that Jane had passed away in NY, she thought they said breast cancer. Currently I've been searching for any relatives that may know where she is buried...Kathy thought maybe her brothers lived in NY and they may have been with her when she passed away? Her maiden name was Wells, first married name was Storey and her name when married to my Uncle was James. I believe the last time my Mom heard from her was 1964 or 1965? I also know that shen they divorced he stalked her so I have no idea what name she was going by or what name would be on an obituary or death certificate? I have her fathers obituary but she isn't listed at all? He passed away in 1971 and I believe that obit came from the Lumberton/Mount Holly area newspaper but I'm not sure. I also have pictures of her if you would like me to send you some I'd be happy to. Send me your email and I will get them to you. I will see if there are any avenues that I can follow from your earlier message otherwise I'll just keep searching. I am determined to find her grave! I began this because my Mom loved her and wanted to find her to see if she was ok, she was saddened to find out she had passed away. It was wonderful to hear from you!!! Thanks so much!!
Added by Moreen Jensen on Jun 02, 2015 2:42 PM
Moreen Jensen
Lettie Jane Wells
I see that there is a Joshua Wells listed on Findagrave. He is buried in Junior Mechanics Cemetery in Burlington County New Jersey. I am currently searching for his daughter Lettie Jane Wells whom died in 1969 or 1970. I'm not sure if she is buried next to him or even in the same cemetery or state? I believe she died in the Syoset, NY area. I am also not positive of the last name she was using at the time since she was being stalked by my uncle...whom she was divorced from. Are you aware of any sites that would allow me to search by first and middle names if they are unique? Her maiden name was Wells, the name when she was married to my Uncle was James. I don't think she would have gone back to her first married name was Storey but who knows. Gosh, any guidance you could give me would be appreciated, I've been searching for her off and on for about 30 years. I found out last year that she had passed away when I located her daughter from her first marriage. Thanking you in advance.
Moreen Jensen
Bennington, NE
Added by Moreen Jensen on May 26, 2015 12:07 PM
Diane Ford
Gertrude S Bowker
Thank you for helping me and my family find my grand mom.i never knew her because she died so makes me happy that I know where she trying to find out more about her.
Added by Diane Ford on Apr 19, 2015 8:10 PM
Diane Ford
Gretrude S. Bowker
Thank you for putting my grand mom headstone on find a Grave I want to learn more about her.My Grandfathers grave is next to her with no stone.thanks to you I can put a stone there now.Thank you Diane Ford my email is
Added by Diane Ford on Apr 14, 2015 4:22 PM
richard f. vernon
Middle Initial of interred
Hello, my name is Richard Fenimore Vernon, formerly of Burlington City, N.J., and I would to request help from you. There are so many Joseph Bishops, in Burl. County, in most it comes down to what is the middle initial to identify the correct person. Is there a possibility, that you could check the middle initial of Joseph Vernon's tombstone, since members of the family see it differently? It appears on the tombstone of John Bishop, b. 1828, and d. 1902, and lists his father, and mother, but there seems to be a bit of damage, and it could be a different, depending on who is looking at it. If there is costs, for this to be done, I will gladly reimburse you for this service. I thank you for your assistance, and look forward to hearing from you.

Richard Fenimore Vernon

Added by richard f. vernon on Nov 12, 2014 12:00 PM
Tombstone Tourista
Roberts/Wilson story
This was a full-fledged scandal that rocked the upper class area of Moorestown. I have found several more articles and this was quite juicy.
Added by Tombstone Tourista on May 13, 2014 8:09 AM
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