If you send me an Email to my Email Address , I will send you the copy of the Will
|Raymond Martin||RE: Lauler|
Nellie Mae Wardell is My 3rd 3times removed
are you related to the following Lauler's
Will of Samuel Wardell (Ocean County, NJ) dated Aug 17, 1878- LDS Family History Library Film#561,771. Wife, Elizabeth. Children: Samuel L., Charles H., Catharine Loveland, Lydia, Rachel, Emma E., Lily, Nellie, Frederick. Grandchildren: Samuel W. Cook, Elizabeth A. Johnson, Rachel A. Herbert, Charles H. Cook, Eliza Bryan, Caroline Cottrell, Leon Goble, Lewis S. Goble, Albert A. Goble, Caroline Madora Goble, Samuel W. Lovel, Charles Sculthorp, Jesse C. Sculthorp.
Wife of John Lauler.
Mother of Lillian M. Lauler Wilbur, Esther Lauler Creamer, James Lloyd Lauler and Ruth Lauler Koch. Daughter of Samuel Wardell and Elizabeth Morris Wardell.
|Lori Concannon||Best family lot C 64|
I have photographed the entire section and did not find a stone for the best family. There is a Patrick and Florence O'Brien buried in plot C64.
There is a Stone in the area that is unreadable. This could be the Best stone.
|Thomas Dunne||Charlotte Best|
You do have a photo of her stone if you go to her husband's listing. I found another Best stone right next to her and her husbands. I believe it was Richard, but am not sure.
|Rhiannan ||James best|
I have been trying to locate your great grandfather, James Best in Fairview cemetery. Do you know if there is definitely a gravestone? I have not been able to find it and some graves are very warn away, although I don't think any of them are what you are looking for.
Added by Rhiannan on Apr 05, 2013 5:56 AM
I took the photos of Lewis Foster's headstone. It is not readable other than Father and Mother. I know this is him because the office took me right to the site Montanye is his daughter and son in law they owned the plot.
Added by Thayne on Dec 06, 2012 2:24 PM
|CRM||More Foster Obituaries|
RED BANK REGISTER, RED BANK, N. J., THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1878.
Mrs. Melissa Foster, wife of Mr. Harry Foster of Port Monmouth, died on Saturday (24 AUG 1878) morning after a prolonged illness. She was buried on Tuesday. (Melissa Seeley Foster was the 4th child of Amanda Mason and James Edmond Seeley)
RED BANK REGISTER, RED BANK, N. J., THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1936.
Mrs. Lena Foster.
Mrs. Lena Foster (Helene Stout Foster?) of Belford died suddenly Saturday (August 15, 1936) morning at the age of 78 years (born 11 October 1857) at her home. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Blanche Cherry, and by a sister, Mrs. Lucy Clark of Brooklyn. She also leaves three grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and a niece. The latter is Mrs. Arthur Wolf of St Aubrin, Long Island. The funeral was held at Mrs. Foster's late home Tuesday afternoon, with Rev. Nelson Moore, pastor of the Belford Methodist church in charge. Interment was made In Fair View, cemetery in charge of Harvey Bedle of Keyport. (Lena [Helene] Stout Foster was the second wife of Henry Harrison Foster)
RED BANK REGISTER, RED BANK, N. J., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1956
MRS. BLANCHE M. CHERRY KEYPORT
Mrs. Blanche M. Cherry, of 153 Division St., died Sunday (November 11, 1958) at her home. She was born in Belford (born May 20, 1888) and was daughter of the late Harry and Lena (Helene) Stout Foster. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Vincent Applegate, here, and Mrs. Melville Robinson, Westfield; a son, Rev. John H. Terry (.sp, Cherry ?), Springtown, Tex., and eight grandchildren. The funeral was held yesterday at 1:30 p. m. at the Bedle funeral home, with Rev. Roderick De-young, pastor of the Keyport Reformed church, officiating. Burial was in Fair View cemetery. (Blanche Foster Cherry was the child of Henery Harrison Foster and his 2nd wife Lena [Helele] Stout).
Added by CRM on Jul 21, 2012 1:52 PM
|CRM||Obituary for Henry Harrison Foster|
RED BANK REGISTER, RED BANK. N. J., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1902.
DIED WITHOUT WARNING.
HARRY FOSTER OF BELFORD DROPS DEAD,
He Was Conversing With a Friend in the Public Road When He Suddenly Fell Forward and Expired – Heart Disease Caused His Death.
Henry Harrison Foster of Belford, who was generally known as Harry Foster, dropped dead at that place on Friday (November 7, 1902). During the morning Mr. Foster was around as usual and to all appearances was in the best of health. Toward noon he went to J. E. Johnson's store on an errand. On the way there he stopped in front of John Osborn's residence to talk with Harry Ludlow. During the conversation he said that of late he had had sharp pains in his side. He made the remark that he guessed he was smoking too much and that he would have to give it up. As he made the remark he leaned over to knock the ashes from his pipe. He fell forward to the ground, gave a few gasps and was dead. Coroner Tetley of
Red Bank was notified. He viewed the body, but did not deem an inquest necessary. Mr. Foster was 61 years old (born 1 DEC 1840). He was the son of Lewis S. Foster and was born at Manasquan. When he was two years old the family moved to Great Kiln, Staten Island. In 1847 the family moved to Belford and Mr. Foster had lived there ever since. He was twice married. His first wife was Melissa Seeley (born 18 SEPT 1843, died 24 AUG 1878), daughter of Captain James (Edmond)Seeley. By her he leaves two daughters, Mrs. John E. Foster of Atlantic Highlands, and Mrs. D. B. Voorhees of Jersey City. His second wife was Helene Stout. She survives him, with one child, Blanche Foster (Cherry), aged fourteen years (born 20 MAY 1888, died 11 NOV 1956). Miss Anna Stout of Red Bank is a niece of Mrs. Foster. Mr. Foster leaves also a sister and a brother, Mrs. Spencer S. Morris and William M. Foster, both of Atlantic Highlands. Mr. Foster had followed the occupation of waterman all his life. Of late years he had sold bait to the Galilee fishermen. He was a typical seafarer—whole souled (.sp?) and hearty. He had had many interesting experiences in his long career on the water and took great delight in spinning sailors' "yarns." In his death Belford has lost one of its best citizens. He was upright in all his dealings, and he possessed a disposition that won him friends wherever known. It is doubtful if he had an enemy. He was a member of the Belford Methodist church and of the Senior American Mechanics lodge of that place. He served in Company D of the 39th New Jersey regiment during the civil war. The funeral was held yesterday at one o'clock at the Belford Methodist church. Rev. C. Rollin Smith conducted the service. The body was buried at Fair View cemetery. (Henry Harrison Foster was the husband of Melissa Seeley, the 4th child of Amanda Mason and James Edmond Seeley).
Added by CRM on Jul 21, 2012 9:50 AM
|Patty C.||James Best Photo Request|
I have recently been to Fairview Cemetery and requested the location for James Best - Find A Grave Memorial #74172662. His section and plot number is: Ward C #64.
Unfortunately, the cemetery does not have any numbers to indicate each plot and you must walk the entire section to find each interment. I was limited on time when I visited and do not plan to go back for several months. I suggest adding the plot information to their Find A Grave pages (so it automatically comes up on the request page). There are several volunteers out there that will walk the cemetery as long as that information is provided. This may help speed it up a bit.
Added by Patty C. on Apr 11, 2012 1:55 PM
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