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Genealogist for Frederick Fritts Association. The Frederick Fritts Association consists of descendants of Frederick Fritts (1732-1816) and Cornelia Jewell (1731-1816 ) who are dedicated to preserving their colonial American family history. Please contact me for more information.|
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|Carol & David||Margaret "Maggie" Hughes Weller #157741613|
I received your message regarding Maggie Weller. I have done some research on Maggie to come to this possible conclusion. If you have information that would indicate I am wrong in linking her to George I would like to hear it. You can send it via Maggie's memorial or leave a message on my page. I do strive for accuracy.
|Dee Winter||RE: Mary Francis Weller and Abram Fritts|
No, don't think so, but I was born and raised in Hampton and the Presbyterian church and knew a lot of Fritts and many others in our beautiful cemetery there.
We only had 1 day in the Hunterdon area, so we went with my 2nd cousin to Union Cemetery, and church cemeteries in Rockport and Port Murray. As soon as I read "Spruce Run" in your message, I was sure we'd turn out to have a common ancestor! :) ~Kim
Added by KAB628 on Nov 28, 2014 12:47 PM
Lisa, that is so cool. Hello COUSIN! :)
Added by KAB628 on Nov 28, 2014 12:45 PM
How cool is that?! I traveled to NJ in October, but didn't make it to that cemetery. I have so many generations of ancestors buried in Hunterdon county, I didn't have time to look for them all. And my request for the Hummer stone was sent back a couple of times saying they couldn't locate a grave/stone, since it IS so unique.
I'm glad it caught your eye, and yes, it is beautiful around there, isn't it. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Added by KAB628 on Nov 26, 2014 6:14 PM
Thank you so much for taking/uploading the Hummer headstone from Amwell cemetery. It was one that confused a few folks ;)
Added by KAB628 on Nov 26, 2014 9:18 AM
mine is in the correct cemetery. The cemetery the other one is in is across the street, attached to the church and maintained by a different group.
Added by Kat on Oct 31, 2013 3:49 PM
|Rich H.||RE: schamp vs schomp?|
Hi, sorry for the confusion I may have created. Anything I can do to help correct the situation I will do. I believe I worked off a list done by the New Jersey Genealogical Society. Perhaps I took the errant address of that. When I visited, I can't remember if I made a special trip to that cemetery on it's own or I passed it when I was taking pictures at the Readington Reformed church. It was seven years ago and I'm not from the area. I grew up in Bergen County, NJ and moved to Easton, PA. Everything in between in new to me.
I have the ability to change the address for the Schamp Family Burying Ground because I initially added it. Should I change it to 51 Readington Rd?
Added by Rich H. on Oct 09, 2013 1:25 PM
|Kat||RE: Schamp vs Schomp?? so confused!|
far too long ago to remember.
Added by Kat on Oct 09, 2013 9:24 AM
Thank you for your inquiry.
1. There is a map, which I'm sure you have seen.
2. I put that map there.
3. It's as accurate as I could make it, given that I didn't own a G.P.S. device at the time.
4. If you plan on going:
a. I'd wait until fall. It's cooler and there's less vegetation.
b. Wear good sturdy boots and leg protection (NO shorts).
5. I parked in the parking lot for S.C.T.I. You could try there, or on the other side by the houses. Please check with the owner if you plan to cross private property.
6. The hike is uphill through dense undergrowth.
7. It's not easy to find
8. Be careful, maybe take a friend. A fall in those woods without a 'buddy' could be serious.
9. Good luck.
Added by TomKat on Jun 05, 2013 8:43 AM
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