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ATJ (#47582697)
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Bio Photo Currently researching cemeteries, stone cutters, the surname Ennes/Ennis and the genealogy of their families and neighbors within the Upper Delaware River Valley, the area of NY, NJ, PA known as the Minisink Valley during the Colonial era.

Recent illustrated articles from our blog, Minisink Valley Genealogy:

The Town Clerks of Minisink 1736 - 1780

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gennie
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HAPPY 4TH FRIEND!!! : )
Added by gennie on Jul 04, 2014 8:19 PM
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Added by gennie on Jul 04, 2014 8:18 PM
Leslyn Lang
RE: DeHaven tree & branches
Hi Again:
The DeHaven family in my father's line is from Frederick Co., VA. The furthest back I have is:
Westley DeHaven b. Feb 14, 1796 in VA; d. 18 June 1870 in Frederick Co., VA. Buried in the Gainesboro Methodist Church Cemetery.
Wife was a Elizabeth Louisa Fisher b. 1799 in VA
Children:
William L DeHaven 1821
Rhoda DeHaven 1824 (she married an Ashton)
Reuben DeHaven 1826
Jonathan DeHaven 1830
David DeHaven 1831
Thomas De Haven 1836
Mary DeHaven 1839

Barak Fisher Sr. and Mary Butler married 1761 in Bucks County, PA. This is the parents of Elizabeth Louisa Fisher.
Leslyn

If I remember right I have some other research on the DeHaven family but haven't put it into my family tree yet. They may have originally come from PA but this is just a memory and I might be wrong.
Added by Leslyn Lang on Jun 25, 2014 5:08 AM
Leslyn Lang
RE: DeHaven
Hi:
That would be so great. This is my father's line. I'll post what I have of it. I inherited it from him after he passed away. I did have my father's brother (last one remaining) do his DNA on Family tree DNA and have had some success with some of his line. I'm waiting on a more in-depth report on him though. But I've definitely found some relatives out there I didn't know about. That's really cool! I hope that there is overlap in the DeHaven line.
Leslyn
Added by Leslyn Lang on Jun 25, 2014 4:48 AM
gennie
RE: Re Harry Roach
OMG SO GLAD YOU are OK!!! Got paranoid with so many of the gravers passing away lately!! You being gone would have been a TREMENDOUS loss to this site as you have educated alot of us in so many ways!!

LUCKY DEVIL walkin in Scotland!! Peek under any kiltsAdded by gennie on Jun 24, 2014 7:38 PM
Jon Saunders
RE: Ira Pellet, Milton Junction Cem
I have no further info at present. I will try to locate an obit on my next trip to the area.
Added by Jon Saunders on Jun 18, 2014 1:47 PM
dm wms
RE: Frederick Sweitzer 77705357
Thanks for catching that. I have corrected the memorial.
Added by dm wms on Jun 16, 2014 11:37 AM
Ross Gordon Gerhart, III
Harry Edwin Roach, Sr.
Hello. I am a relative of Harry Edwin Roach, Sr.
He is buried Rosehill Cemetery, Upper Dublin Lutheran Church, Butler Pike & Susquehanna Road,
Puff's Corner, Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery
County, PA. Section E. With his mother and Jones
grandparents.
Ross Gordon Gerhart, III
231 Forest Avenue
Ambler, PA 19002-5903
215-646-5151
eggerhart@comcast.net
Added by Ross Gordon Gerhart, III on Mar 17, 2014 9:22 PM
Ada Kornmeyer
Chamberlin's in Rowland cemetery, Pike Co., Penn.
I had been to this cemetery in 1993 ( I live in California)
At that time there were two markers one for Jane E. Chamberlin ( d: 1901) and another for Malvina (her daughter d: 1946). I do not see them listed here. Is there any one that holds the records for this cemetery? Also Jane is John and Elizabeth Westfall's daughter and William Westfall's sister who are also buried in the Rowland cemetery. I am trying to determine if Jane's first husband Wm. L. Dougherty is buried there or her second husband Fernando Chamberlin. Any information or contact information would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Ada Kornmeyer
Added by Ada Kornmeyer on Mar 13, 2014 3:35 PM
BBP
RE: a bit more on Phineas Terry
Hello Jane,

Thank you so much for your suggestion to check the Old Fulton NY Post Cards - and to use the "exact phrase". I had actually come across that web site while "Googling" Phineas Terry's name, and had found a few references. The site is a bit cumbersome to use, but oh my, what a wealth of information that is contained in there. I did not find any reference to a "pile of stones", but will use your method of searching the site again. I guess that is how the early settlers marked the boundary lines, so thanks for that info too. I did not know that.


You really are a font of information!!! I can't thank you enough :-).

Regards,

Barbara
Added by BBP on Sep 03, 2013 10:56 AM
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