|Kelsey Carman (#47388641)|
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|Maureen||RE: Huldah + Phineas Carman|
You're welcome Kelsey! I wish I could have found Huldah for you. If she is with Phineas in Old Colonial, I'm not sure that you will get a picture of her headstone, but I will keep my fingers crossed! I went there for the first time last Sunday and the stones are ancient and really in disrepair.
You know you are walking back in time when most of the stones are over 200 years old! Sadly, most are no longer readable. They have weathered and eroded, or the shale has split and lost it's layers. A small few are quite readable, but I just looked in my files and don't have Huldah.
If I ever find her, and a picture has not been posted, I will be sure to do that.
If you would like a few pictures of the cemetery, contact me through my e-mail address on the top of the page and I will send some out to you.
Added by Maureen on May 07, 2014 3:34 PM
|Maureen||Huldah + Phineas Carman|
I have spent several afternoons this past week at the First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, in Metuchen, N.J., looking for Huldah and Phineas Carman, with no luck. This afternoon, I went into the Church Office and spoke with the person in charge there.
There is NO Phineas or Huldah (Ayers) Carmen on their interment listing. Can you think of another cemetery where they may be buried instead? I'd be happy to take photos of their headstone once we figure out where they are.
Have a good evening!
Added by Maureen on May 06, 2014 4:49 PM
|Nancy Woodard||RE: Hartman headstones|
You are very welcome. I have photograghed the whole cemetery but it takes me awhile to post all of the info.
|Kathryn Cox||RE: Keneval surname|
Kelsey, I do not need the census image. I am not researching the Keneval name because it only appears as an in-law on a distant relative. Thanks for remembering that I had a connection to that surname. Kathryn
|Lindy Minnick||Kewanee Minnicks|
The Minnicks referred to by Roger and Liz are all my ancestors. I'd be very interested in seeing any photos they took at the Kewanee Cemetery - especially the one of Peter's broken stone. He was my 2nd great grandfather.
|Gail Black||Hikes in Union Cemetery|
I didn't see any grave markers with the name Hikes, but I will go back another day and see what I can find.
|Kathryn Cox||Keneval surname|
Because I was checking Cole surname, I found your Keneval entry. Do you have parents for William Chandler Keneval? I have reason to believe he is a brother to an entry on my tree -- Ella Keneval who married Walter Cox. Ella's parents are Jacob and Barbra Musnick Keneval. Just wondered if you agree and have documentation. Kathryn
My wife & I checked the Kewanee Cemetery for John & Elizabeth Minnick. We couldn't find a tombstone. We did find a tombstone for a Wilson J. Minnick (1844 - 1914) & a Peter W. Minnick who died Dec. 16, 1856. Peter's stone was broken and laying flat in the ground. If these are your ancestors let me know as I did take pictures.
Roger & Liz
Added by rognliz on Aug 13, 2012 8:19 PM
|Danny Riley||RE: Bonnie G|
|Martin J. Spielman, Jr.||Metuchen|
I found two sites for the Carman family. The closest I found though was a foot stone for "H.I.C.", with no correlating information on the main family marker as to whom that may be. I can send you the photos if you wish. Martin
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