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|Diane Fisher||Re: The Sneve Family|
I want to Thank You for your work on this Family Project !!! Thank you for what You have done !!!
I appreciate you transferring them to me ...
Again - Thank you for all of what You've done!!!
Had You not put them up on here . . I would still be looking !!!
|Diane Fisher||Re: Oscar Sneve - child|
Hi there ... I am looking for Oscar Sneve who was Oscar & Elizabeth (McCoy)- Sneve's son. All I know is he was born 1929 died 1933. Maybe he was buried with his Father Oscar Sneve (1899 - 1933)? I know that this went on at Holy Sepulchre.
|Theresa Maurin||Isabel Berghorn Pinand|
Looking for more information on Isabel Berghorn Pinand.
She is my grandmother. Any family relationship?
|Keri H||Thank you|
Thanks Cindy - I wasn't expecting a transfer, just wanted to update parents. Jeanne is my mother's cousin. Your work is extensive and very thorough! Have a great summer.
Added by Keri H on Jul 09, 2016 2:00 PM
|Gallo Genes||Thank you so much|
I appreciate the transfer very much. I will manage this well.
|KJamie||Ethel V. Bullock|
Hi Cindy, I see you posted that Ethel V. Bullock (our great aunt) is buried at Cedar Lawn Cemetery in Paterson. Is there a grave stone? Also, it says she died Jan of 1920...yet she is listed as living in the 1920 census. Where did you get the date for her death. Thanks for all your help!
Added by KJamie on May 17, 2016 6:31 PM
|AlaskanPrincess||Laurel Grove Cemetery; COOPER|
Hi Cindy, I will not be surprised if I at some point find an ancestor somewhere that connects us somehow! The more genealogy research progress I make the more I discover more connections to 'known' families. My Coopers - I'm still working on that line. I was absolutely thrilled (thanks to you!) to connect grandma Jeanette COOPER to at least some of her family members. A cousin had gone to visit great-aunt and she remembered some names - so those names, and memorials confirmed each other. I need to do more research but brief details here ...
Paterson, 18 JUL 1850:
Jeannett BERRISFORD; Age 28; Female; b. Scotland
William B. BERRISFORD; Age 7; Male; b. NJ; attended school
Henry BERRISFORD; Age 4; Male; b. NJ; attended school [Note: I haven't found Jeanett's maiden name]
27 AUG 1851, Paterson, Marriages: New Jersey Marriages 1678-1985: Alt: Jennet BEVRISFORD [sic] and William COOPER
26 JUN 1860, Paterson; West Ward: Jeanette COOPER; Female; Age 37; b. Scotland
William BERRESFORD; Male; Age 17; b. NJ; Wire Temperer; Attended school;
Willett COOPER, Male; Age 7, b. NJ [cir 1853]; cannot read or write
Arnold COOPER; Male; Age 6, b. NJ;
30 JUN 1870, Paterson: Janette COOPER; Age 45 [b 1825]; Female; White; Keeps house; b. Scotland; Both Parents foreign born;
Willlott COOPER, Age 18 [b. 1852]; Male; White; Works in Silk Mill; b. NJ; Both parents foreign born
Arnold COOPER; Age 14 [b. 1856]; Male; White; Works in Silk mill; b. NJ; both parents foreign born
John COOPER; Age 9 [b. 1861]; Male; White; Attends school
William B. BERESFORD; Age 28; Male; White; Wire Drawer; b. NJ; both parents foreign born; U.S. Citizen
Sixth Ward City of Paterson, Passaic, NJ; Post Office: Paterson, Passaic
Page No. 25, Christopher Gadden, Ass't Marshal.
9 OCT 1889, NJ, Deaths: Jenett COOPER, age 67 y/o.
William COOPER and Jeanette had 3 children: Willot W. [md: Minnie SCHEIDER], Arnold [md Mary] and John [have found no record of marriage...or death].
I'm stuck on finding details for Wm. COOPER (the one that married Jeanette who was born in Scotland in 1823) .... but finding "Willot" was a miracle!
|Stephanie||Memorial# 148163421 George Jenkinson|
I am trying to trace this person's family in doing genealogy research in hopes of connecting missing biological family through DNA testing/research. Was there any information available on George's parents that was available to you? I am scouring but coming up empty-handed.
|Peter Cox||RE: Blackburn / Dobson phot requests|
OK - that's understandable. Anyway, as I said, the father is definitely buried there - it's in the parish register. So as I said, you can create memorial, connect to children and request photo.
If you know when Bestsey died I can check the register to confirm that she is also buried there. It's also useful to know when the first person on a headstone died, as they are often in some sort of date order in the churchyard.
Afraid there is not much more I can do, unless I happen to be out Winsford way again.
|Peter Cox||RE: Blackburn / Dobson phot requests|
The Thomas Blackburn you refer to in your last note is not the Thomas Blackburn that you have requested a photo for. The Thomas that died 1892 was buried at St John. The parish register shows this as happening on the 17th May.
I can find no confirmation that the Thomas who died in 1913 (your photo request) was buried at St John, although the death record shows he died in that area.
Having photographed all the Blackburns I spotted, neither was found. You may care to create a memorial for the Thomas that died in 1892 and request a photo - someone else may have better luck in finding it than me.
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