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Famous Collyer Family of Ship Building Fame (#46623098)
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Bio Photo Now for the Past 30 years i have help traced Many Families, Incd. the Famous Thomas Langley Collyer Family B. 1742 London, England d. 1812 Bedford, Westchester Co. NY. ( Buried in the Familiy Plot there )

Thomas Langley Collyer Great Grandson and Family are buried here in Lot 142 Sec. 5 ( No Stone )

Capt. William Wakeman Collyer and Wife the Former Josephine Holman, daughter of Joseph G. Holman Actor and three of thier Sons :

Charles Standford Collyer & wife Emma Remson
Dr. Herman Livingston Collyer & 2nd Cousin Susan Gage Frost Collyer.
Henry Malcolm Collyer, a New York City Lawyer.

The Collyer's have been Member's of the Congresation of Trinity Church ( NYC ) since 1697
They Settled in America in 1664
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Richard Arthur Fenner
RE: Anstice - Fenner
Yes, that was me. I typically copy and paste into the bio so I have the info in front of me when making additions and then delete what I don't want there. My bride rushed me to Happy Hour and I didn't get it deleted before I left.
Added by Richard Arthur Fenner on Jan 16, 2015 8:55 PM
Richard Arthur Fenner
Henry Anstice
Thanks for the info. I added George who was a son Dean K. Fenner and put in a photo request for him. I had the mother's name as Buckingham, but saw that someone hads duplicated my Memorial and put Burkingham. A careful look at the stone does show it as Burkingham, so I changed the spelling on my Memorial. That could have been an engraver error. Do you know for sure? What is your connection to this family?
Added by Richard Arthur Fenner on Jan 16, 2015 4:37 PM
Ginny M
RE: Kensico Cem. Valhalla, NY
I assumed that this was she:

http://ibdb.com/person.php?id=96038

on Internet Broadway Data Base.
Added by Ginny M on Aug 19, 2013 11:14 AM
Donna
RE: Ireland - Assumption Cem. Peekskill, NY
Agnes was married to William Gerard.
Added by Donna on Aug 02, 2013 1:50 PM
Donna
RE: Ireland - Assumption Cem. Peekskill, NY
Agnes was married ti William Gerard.
Added by Donna on Aug 02, 2013 1:49 PM
Donna
RE: Ireland - Assumption Cem. Peekskill, NY
Yes Eugene married Ida Ann Bell and they had 7 children. Gladys, Winifred, Eugene, Agnes, Vincent, Bernard & Priscilla. I was researching and found the Hayes connection I was shocked cause Agnes was a very dear friend of my parents and I have many pictures of her and her family. I saw Priscillas stone but Agnes passed away Oct 13, 2012 and it listed Priscilla as surviving in Briarcliff, NY. If you do a tree I'm sure I can give you some info.
Donna
Added by Donna on Aug 02, 2013 1:39 PM
Donna
RE: Ireland - Assumption Cem. Peekskill, NY
You are very welcome I will be going back so I will try to get some of the other requests you put in. Do you have a tree in ancestry? I might be able to help you I think we may have some names in common. Also Red and Muriel, Kevin & Jimmy lived across the street from me when I was a kid and I went to high school with Frank DiBari. Small world! Donna
Added by Donna on Aug 02, 2013 12:18 PM
louise floria
RE: Katherine Biggs
so sorry, It is Teresa 67398683 and George 67398591
I apologize
Added by louise floria on May 30, 2013 6:57 AM
louise floria
Katherine Biggs
I just noticed that you added Katherine and Wm Biggs in Stroudsburg Cemetery. They are not there. They are in Laurelwood. I have added the photo and have since deleted it from my computer. If you would like to delete your memorial, I can transfer the one with the photo and obit to you. Sorry about that.
Added by louise floria on May 29, 2013 2:41 PM
Gary Boughton
RE: Maple Shade Cem. Ridgefield, Ct.
Kevin,

I would set my GPS for Maple Shade as the street and any number your GPS will accept for the number. The entrance is at the intersection of Maple Shade & North. Its a sharp turn from Maple Shade. Need to make a big swing into the cemetery.

Section 3 is the only section in this cemetery that has a mausoleum (NewTon) Use the map of this cemetery on Findagrave it will show you where section 3 is. Also keep in mind that there are actually 6 cemeteries at this location, so make use of the map to make sure you are in Maple Shade.

I will send you an attachment with the markers as of 1934.

Gary
Added by Gary Boughton on May 08, 2013 4:48 PM
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