|Michael Holmes (#46547586)|
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|Fredrick Tucker||Thanks for the edit of|
Thanks for the edit of Marguerite Morse Shaw. Have a great day!
|Shirley||Lillie Berry Merrell #35793156|
Michael, Would you be willing to delete your site for Lillie since she is related to me? I noticed we put her name on in the same year but you had it first and I didn't take notice she was already on there. However, leave her husband as is.
Added by Shirley on May 26, 2017 5:02 AM
|Linda (Duncan) & Travis||RE: Harry, James, Lawrence, and Robert Mayberry and Margaret Thatcher|
Thank you so very much Michael.
|Linda (Duncan) & Travis||Harry, James, Lawrence, and Robert Mayberry and Margaret Thatcher|
Thank you for adding the information that i sent you. I truly appreciate it.
Linda (Duncan) and Travis
|Joseph Miller||Thank you.|
|Joseph Miller||Joseph Nathaniel Miller|
Joseph N. Miller is my great grandfather . He is buried in the Branchville Cemetery.
We are both descendants of Captain Sebastian Miller, who served in the Revolutionary War, and which site I created and manage.
I was wondering if you would be willing to transfer this memorial to me and my family. It would greatly appreciated.
Joseph R. Miller
|Star Gordon||Alzenia May Snover Hunt|
I am Alzenia's great granddaughter and I have been putting together my family tree. Please add the following information for Alzenia's memorial:
Susan Hunt (1898-?)
Marcus E. Hunt (1900-1944)
Ella May Hunt (1901-1972)
Clarence C. Hunt (1904-1996)
Leola Deloras Hunt (1909-1987)
PFC Frank S. Hunt (1914-1986)
Stanley Fletcher Hunt (1917-2006)
Harvey Snover (1869-1952)
Marcus Blair Snover (1871-1949)
Anna A. Snover (1874-1874)
John Dunfield Snover (1875-?)
Fletcher S. Snover (1876-1955)
Thank you for putting together my great Grandmother's memorial.
|Stewart J.A. Woolever Jr||24330855|
The Hackettstown Gazette,
Died-July 01, 1974
Mrs Mildred Dellicker
Services were conducted Monday afternoon for Mrs.Mildred M.Dellicker,who died Saturday at The House of the Good Shepherd,where she had lived three years.
Rites were conducted at Cochran Funeral Home here by the Rev.Jerome J.Gould of the Rockport Presbyterian Church with interment at Union Cemetery.
Born Jan.9,1893 in Jersey City,Mrs Dellicker was a daughter of the late Arthur and Nellie Slockbower Dalley.Formerly of Hazen Rd,she had lived most of her life in this area.Her Husband,Lyman B.died in 1970.
Mrs. Dellicker was a member of Rockport Presbyterian Church,the Rockport Ladies Aid Society and the Hackettstown Order of the Eastern Star.
Survivors are two sons,William A.Of Merritt Island Fla.and Alfred B.of Hackettstown;a brother,Alfred Dalley,of Union;five grandchildren and seven great-grand children.
|Linda (Duncan) & Travis||Elizabeth Dufford|
Thank you so very much for adding the information I sent you. I appreciate it.
Linda (Duncan) and Travis
|Karen Lindley||Pvt. John H. Hockenbury 98031722|
Would you please add the following information:
For Pvt. John H. Hockenbury - #98031722
Birth: 24 Mar 1900
Spouse: Alice L. Oakes #98031531
For Alice L. Oakes, would you add:
Her maiden name: Robinson
Her birth date: 25 Jun 1901
Her death date: 27 Aug 1988
And her spouse: Pvt George H Oakes - #98031517
Obituary for Pvt. John H. Hockenbury
John Henry Hockenbury, age 26 years, died at 3:05 o’clock yesterday afternoon at his home on Skillmans Avenue, Hampton, after an illness for over a year of complications. The deceased moved to Hampton from Jersey City, just one year ago this month, thinking the change of climate would benefit his health. He has practically been confined to his bed ever since he went to Hampton. He served in the World War and was in active service. His sickness was caused from being gassed while at war.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Alice Robinson Hockenbury, and two children, Louise, aged 5 years, and a son, John Jr., aged 3 years; his mother, Mrs. Minnie Redman, of Hampton, and one brother, Joseph Hockenbury, of Elizabeth.
Funeral Services will be conducted from the Asbury Methodist church, Sunday afternoon, at 8 o’clock, eastern standard time, with burial in the Asbury Methodist cemetery.
Appeared in Easton Express, Easton, PA on 6/24/1926, page 9.
Karen Lindley (email@example.com)
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