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Christine Cassidy-Cavanaugh (#47683553)
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Brian J. Ensley
Sorry, I meant "License."
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Mar 09, 2012 3:24 AM
Brian J. Ensley
RE: Buettner Stones
You're very welcome! Sorry, but I didn't see the stone for Imelda Buettner. I'm sure it's there, but I did this during lunch and was pressed for time, and the cemetery is fairly large. I did a little digging on the family and found that John William Buettner was married to a Mary (Bock) Buettner and were both from Germany. John was a baker. I found this from the 1910 Census and from the marriage licesne of William H. Buettner, Clement's brother.

By the 1920 Census Mary is still listed as married but John is not listed in the household with Mary and her 10 children and one grandchild. That could be explained by the fact that he was ordained in 1912, just after the 1910 Census. I found John William Buettner's WWI Draft Registration Card from 1918 which has him listed as a Priest at St. Mary's Church on 5th Avenue in Altoona, PA. It would seem that John left his family to enter the priesthood.

Hope that helps a little...
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Mar 09, 2012 3:23 AM
Judy in California
Johnson Family Photos
Thank you for the photos of: Wililam R Cooper, 2nd great-grandfather, Margaret Elizabeth Cooper Johnson, 2nd great-grandmother and Maretta Jane Johnson, 2nd great aunt, all in Tranquility Cemetery. They are very appreciated.
Judy Bradshaw in California
Added by Judy in California on Feb 20, 2012 8:10 PM
RE: Vansyckle
Yes, my husband is related to them also! There are Vansyckles all over!
Added by grandpama on Feb 16, 2012 1:48 PM
RE: Vansyckle
Hi Christine,

The James that died in 1871, his parents were Rynear and Amelia Vansyckle. He was only 15 yrs old when he died.

James 1856-1940 Don't know his parents. :(

George Vansyckle 1824-1841 John and Mercy Vanscykle

Mary Coleman Vansyckle, 1837-1917 Married to Samuel C. Vansyckle 1829-1908, Son is Frank Nelson Vansyckle 1863-1921

I don't know if Mary's husband is near by or not, if he is a photo of his would be nice also. There maybe other Vanscykle's near as they were from the area.

Thank You for all your help.

Added by grandpama on Feb 16, 2012 12:26 PM
RE: Vansyckle

The James Vansyckle that I'm looking for now is (1856-1940, not sure where the grave is located. Mary Vansyckle (1837-1917) is located in Plot 2/191 and George Vansyckle died 1841, Plot 1/180. Wish I knew more to help.

Thank You
Added by grandpama on Feb 15, 2012 1:31 PM
Thank you so much for taking the photos of Amelia and James's monument and posting them. This means a lot to me. Thanks again.
Added by grandpama on Feb 13, 2012 9:56 PM
Lulu Smith
Christine, Thank you very much.

Added by Shirley on Feb 10, 2012 6:56 PM
Harold V. Puffer
Thanks for you msg regarding Harold V. I guess I was in a "V" mood that night and put Ralph V's picture there. Please upload the correct one and let me know.

Added by NCDave on Feb 10, 2012 6:02 PM
RE: William A. Smith
William was the husband of Lulu that is listed on the stone if you would like to put the photo on her site too. Rev. Amzi Smith is a puzzle as I can't seem to make the connection to William. His wife Lulu was from the George Wolfe family, just one of 9 or 10 children. I am related to them through Annie May Letson Wolfe. This FindAGrave site is such a wonderful service. I live in Alabama so don't get up to NJ very often. Thank you. Shirley
Added by Shirley on Feb 10, 2012 7:50 AM
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