I'm not sure how you're related to McCollum but Benjamin McCollum whom you have on FindAGrave and also on Ancestry, his father was Edward McCollum and his mother was Florence... I have the death certificate for Edward McCollum but his wife's maiden name is hard to read. It looks like Dixon or Dixion. Any idea what Florence's maiden name was? Florence was my 2nd great grandmother and I'd like to learn who her parents were, etc.
RE: Robert W Miklaw Thank you again! Robert T Miklaw was my Great Grandfather and Magdalena his second wife. His, first wife, my great grandmother died shortly after the birth of my grandmother. All of these photos will be wonderful to see.
If I can return the favor for you around here in Central Oregon, let me know!
RE: Bird Family Donna: How nice to hear from you. Yes, I remember Uncle Burt living in Budd Lake and my dad taking me and my brother to gather watercress from a stream over there. Was your grandmother's name Mabel? Did you remember Uncle Burt had an artifical leg? Anyway I cannot help with pix of Woodhull or Mary, wish I could. I would love death certificates. You know he is buried in Elias Sickels Plot in Union Cemetery. I am not sure where his first wife Lucretia McWilliams Bird is buried, I am still looking for her. How about your descendent Mary? Do you by any chance know where Burt is buried? Please reply at my windstream address and send me yours as I would rather communicate that way. I would be willing to share any info I have on any of the Birds. I have info on Woodhulls parents and most of his siblings are buried in Hackettstown. I have photos of all the graves. Also looking for info on his child Amy.How does your line go? Gwen
Mary Tuttle Cole Bird Is she the 2nd wife of Woodhull C. Bird? Would her father be Daniel Tuttle? Per 1880 & 1900 census Roxbury. I have the daughter of Woodhull and 1st wife, as Sarah Jane Sickels; my research. Woodhull C. is in Stanhope Union Cemetery if he is(2nd husband) and could you link them? I have not been able to find the 1st wife of Woodhull C. Thanks, Karen
Thank you for Tillie Summerer Thank you for the quick response to my request for Tillie Summerer. I wasn't sure if she was buried with her husband or not, so it was an extra surprise to find him too. I have added him to Find a Grave, so if you would be so kind to add the grave photo to his page it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you again for your kindness.