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Denver & Regina Gray
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I have transferred the memorial over to you. The Devault & Strausbaugh families are my granddaughters family line. I have done most of the research on these family lines for her.
Added by Denver & Regina Gray on Dec 18, 2014 9:52 PM
Denver & Regina Gray
RE: Transfer Request and Thanks
You have not included your member id number.
Added by Denver & Regina Gray on Nov 16, 2014 9:01 AM
Rachel's mom
RE: Request for Devault Transfers
All transferred per your request.
Added by Rachel's mom on Aug 05, 2014 6:58 PM
gazelle
RE: More on Henry
Tom,

An excellent point! Annie was born 5/24/1862 in Hunterdon County, NJ to Nancy Barton and Jacob T Bush. She had three siblings: Mary Ester (b. 1856); Sarah (b. 1858); and Andrew (b. 1868). Both parents are buried in Chester, NJ.

She married Henry P Stryker in 1883, and then it seems the family moved to Newark, NJ. I have her dying, not actually in 1920, but before - she shows up on the 1910 census, but Henry displays as Widowed in 1920.

Henry and Anna had three children: Dora (b. 1885); Lula (1887-1958); and Eleanor (1894-1967).

If you're able to find anything on her, that would be wonderful. Please don't bust a gut though :) I don't think Annie would object to me sharing her information - in the interests of sharing her story with her great-great grandchildren!

Thanks again,

~Lisa
Added by gazelle on Dec 26, 2013 7:09 PM
gazelle
RE: Henry P. Stryker
Tom,

Wow! I am beyond thankful. I just took a look at the 1920 census record for him (living up here in Newark, NJ), and he is indeed listed as a carpenter. I'm amazed. An odd question, if you'll humor me; did the home allow for wives to be buried there also? If so, that might explain why I can't locate the burial site for his wife, Annie - although she died in 1920 up here in Newark, by all accounts.

You've been an amazing help. Thank you so much!

~Lisa
Added by gazelle on Dec 26, 2013 5:38 PM
gazelle
RE: Photos/Location for Henry P. Stryker
Thank you so much, TLS. Everything leads to him being my 3xGGF; only I can't figure out what he was doing in Florida! All the dates match up, but he was a Jersey boy (if such a term existed back then!). I am very grateful for you taking the time out to not only capture his monument, but also assist in maintaining correct information. If ever I may return the favor, you know where to find me!

~Lisa
Added by gazelle on Dec 26, 2013 7:59 AM
Rachel's mom
Ulysses S. DeVault
Transferred to you.
Added by Rachel's mom on Oct 21, 2013 5:08 PM
 

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