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Marte (#46943079)
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Bio Photo I've enjoyed working on my family tree and helping others with their research for many years. I am a member of several genealogy organizations and the DAR. It's important to preserve the family history provided to us by cemeteries. Besides looking for my own family names, I also like to record military graves and the older headstones before they are no longer readable.

Please feel free to use my photos for your personal use.

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RE: Richard Hallenbeck (1811-1858)

It is possible. I found several family trees online that have Jane Vosberg as Derrick's second wife. They seem to have had only one child: Jacob Hallenbeck. Unfortunately, I know little about them, or where Jacob might be buried.
Added by Alex on Sep 29, 2017 10:08 AM
RE: Joseph Seeley
Thank you for adding the update! His son Wilson wasn't at home when the name change happened so he was the only child of Joseph and Chloe to escape the name change. Jim
Added by JG on Sep 25, 2017 10:02 PM
RE: George B. Litchford
Looks great. Thanks!
Added by EGF on Sep 22, 2017 12:22 PM
RE: Richard Hallenbeck (1811-1858)
Dear Marte,
I have some information for you.

Richard J. Hallenbeck's (not P, or I) father was John D. Hallenbeck: born October 1, 1790 and died May 6, 1828. Richard's mother appears to have been Maria Lampman.

John's grave appears to be behind the old Garrett Van Hoesen farm in Athens, NY, behind the south buidling.

John's father was Derrick W. Hallenbeck, born January 3, 1762 and died on September 24, 1833. Derrick's wife seems to have been Christina, although I could not find her maiden name. Derrick is buried as Derrick Hollenbeck in Hudson, NY.

Derrick's father was Willem Hallenbeck (1731-1813) and his wife Mary Spoor (1736-1813). I have been unable to locate their graves.

Please let me know if you would like any further information.



Added by Alex on Sep 18, 2017 12:41 PM
Rose C
M. Reinhardt
Thank you taking the time to take a photo of her headstone for me, it's much appreciated, Rose
Added by Rose C on Aug 15, 2017 8:09 PM
Wealthy Anna Lucas, 133770372
Thanks Marte. I don't have any documentation that her maiden name was Tucker. Does Mount Hope have a record that she's there? Just in case, I started looking for her and Charles in cemeteries in and around Quogue, NY. They were in Quogue in the 1920 census, she's 70, he's 68, they were living with nephew Charles Van Hoesen, the son of Charles Lucas' sister Lucy Lucas. Another brother, George Lucas is on the same census page. I have found the graves of most of them. Thanks again for your prompt edit.
Added by Eileen on Aug 07, 2017 4:38 PM
Bryan Knickerbocker
Thank you
Wow, that was quick. Thanks.
Added by Bryan Knickerbocker on Aug 07, 2017 1:40 PM
Bryan Knickerbocker
Incorrect photo
Hi. See memorial #73103513, Harmen Jansen Knickerbocker. This memorial used to list the wrong cemetery, but this error has been corrected. Your picture is great, but its not the cemetery where Harmen was actually buried. Could you remove the photo? Thanks.
Added by Bryan Knickerbocker on Aug 07, 2017 10:23 AM
Richard Hallenbeck (1811-1858)
Dear Marte,

Hello! Do you have any further information about Richard I. Hallenbeck (ID: 55529464)? Any information on his family and his parents is more than welcome.


Added by Alex on Jul 26, 2017 11:26 PM
Nancy & Rich Remling
Anthony Family
Thanks so much for the photos!
Added by Nancy & Rich Remling on Jul 06, 2017 7:34 AM
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