|Jennifer N. (#47843716)|
| || member for 4 years, 3 months, 22 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
I caught the ancestry bug in the summer of 2012 and have been become so addicted to this website! I am fascinated by the simple picture of a headstone and everything it represents to the family. It's amazing the connection I feel by simply seeing a picture of a headstone, even though that person died 100 years before I was born.|
|Messages left for Jennifer N. (12)||[Leave Message]|
|VickiO||RE: Transfers - Davis in GWMP|
Transfers are complete. Enjoy!
Added by VickiO on Sep 04, 2016 8:53 AM
Looks good tome me. Oh I'm so, so happy to see those photos, thank you so much I really appreciate it. They look great. So great to see the gggggreat grandpas' and grandmas' stones, it's all that's left of them and they're important to me - I would love to visit that place but don't know if I'll ever get there. Thanks again Jennifer and have a great day!
|dusty_papers||Dey-Hogencamp burial ground|
I noticed I left a msg back in 2013 about a photo of Aeltje Hogencamp's stone at the Dey-Hogencamp burial ground, but couldn't find her Find A Grave memorial anymore. I also thought it unusual that there wasn't a Find A Grave memorial for William S. Hogencamp, one of the namesakes of the burial ground. So I went and created a few memorials for the Hogencamps at the old cemetery based on written records, but then I got to wondering if possibly there were previous Find A Grave memorials for these individuals and they got removed. I thought I'd ask you - do you by any chance have any insight on if there were prior Find A Grave memorials and if they were deleted and/or why? William S. Hogencamp and wife Antje Ann Hopper, Martynes Hogencamp and wife Aeltje (Altea) Sickels are the ones I just created and am wondering about. Maybe there never were memorials for them, but since I saw my prior message to you about Aeltje's stone photo which would have been attached to a memorial that is now deleted, I got to wondering. Thanks in advance if you see this and get a chance to reply :)
|dusty_papers||Altea Sickles Hogencamp age|
I'm so glad you have added a photo of Altea Hogencamp's headstone in the Dey-Hogencamp Cemetery. I noticed you have age 16(?) at her time of passing. Here's the info I have on her, my 5x great grandmother: "Aeltje/Altea Sickles Hogencamp b. 3/8/1772 (Tappan, NY) - d. 3/27/1818 Buried at Dey mansion cemetery" which would have made her 46 when she passed rather than 16. I'm sure it was illegible - thank you again for adding the photo!
Thanks for your attempt on this - sorry to hear that Manning Ave Cem is not in better condition.
Added by RJM_2012 on May 14, 2013 5:48 AM
|Doug ||RE: Hickey|
I knew Anna Hickey was in the old cemetery but I didnt know that her father George might be there.Annas husband James Hickey is not with her either. as far as Bridget I have her as Conedy but it could also be Kennedy or Canady, sometimes the person writing the census information wrote it down wrong. in those census the people that did them ,many times had me shaking my head.Annas brother George I have him residing in Yonkers NY, that is from her obituary, she died on 2/14/1922.I was taking photos in St Lukes cemetery in Beacon and I came across a Harold Hickey 1908-1986 and Lillian Hickey 1914-1993 if you have any information on them please let me know, im not sure if they are related.in the old St Joachims cemetery there are 3 stones with the name Hickey but I cant connect them with my relatives.
Added by Doug on Apr 10, 2013 4:32 AM
|Doug ||RE: Hickey|
Hi jennifer, I think I can help. Anna Turner Hickey was my great grandmother and is buried in the old St Joachims cemetery in Beacon. Ellen "Nellie" Hickey Cable was my grand mother on my moms side. John 1875, Ellen 1876 and Joseph 1878 are all buried in St Joachims cemetery Beacon, on Washington ave. I live acoss the street from the old cemetery which is off DePuyster ave. John and Josephs grave stones both have their birth years wrong according to all the censuses I saw. From records I got from the city office Annas parents were George Turner born somewhere in NY, 1820 and Bridget Conedy 1818 in Ireland. also with a twist Joseph Hickey married my grand father Cables sister Mary "aunt Min and Josephs sister, my grandmother married my grand father William Cable sometimes when researching them in the Beacon area you have to use the locations Groveville, Matteawan Fishkill or Fishkill Landing. Anna was the widow of James Hickey but I cant find him I dont know if he used his middle name or what. another thing Anna is in the 1880 census using her maiden name and in the home of her parents but Ellen was not in the census. Check out the cemeteries I put some photos etc hope that helps Doug
Added by Doug on Apr 09, 2013 8:20 PM
|Counted Sorrows||RE: much appreciated!|
You are most welcome!
I vacation in New England every September, and love to photograph very old historic cemeteries, with their tilting moss covered markers. The Salem Center Burying Ground is a wonderful old place to see where early settlers are laid to rest
|AkSonya||RE: LaRose family|
Who is your great grandmother? I have been doing a lot of research on the LaRose family.
Added by AkSonya on Aug 03, 2012 11:26 PM
I see that you are associated with the LaRose family. Could we be related?
Gabriel > Corporal Henry > Henry G > Henry C >>>
Added by AkSonya on Aug 03, 2012 8:30 PM
|[View all messages...]|