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Cindy (#15493917)
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Bio Photo No transfers will be made by you providing me a list of #'s. A note for each memorial thru the EDIT icon is the way to go.

I will make additions / corrections that are sent to me. I will also transfer within site guidelines.

Thank You.
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Elizabeth
Newberry Valleau Ridgewood
Don't know if this helps....
Mrytle Homer Newberry wife of John J Newberry passed in PA 09 May 1944. Burial Valleau Cemetery Bergen County Ridgewood NJ per PA death cert.
The Newberry's resided in Ridgewood NJ. He originally from PA is the founder of Newberry's chain of stores.

John passed some 10 or so years later in Englewood NJ.
Added by Elizabeth on Feb 21, 2017 5:07 PM
Brucene Stulen Seal
William Smith
Wow thank you I had not heard about this site. I have been to the Archives in Trenton and they are pretty helpful but you have to go there. This will be sure a big help for me.
Added by Brucene Stulen Seal on Feb 18, 2017 4:36 PM
Brucene Stulen Seal
William Smith
Cindy thank you for the transfer. I know his wife was buried in that cemetery but could not prove he was, so thank you for the memorial. I live in Tennessee now so hard for me to get back to Jersey for the research and unfortunately Jersey does not provide a lot of its information on line, or at least not for free.
Added by Brucene Stulen Seal on Feb 18, 2017 3:29 PM
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John DeNoyelles Jr # 70752650
Hello Cindy,

Thank you for transferring John DeNoyelles Jr to me but I don’t need control over it. On his memorial would you please delete the photo on the bottom, with the old reddish color headstone? It does not belong to him but to his Father. If you add it to his Father it would be appreciated! They are linked.

Thanks so much for your help and all you do!!
c
Added by Caretaker † on Jan 29, 2017 2:22 PM
BE Otto
Rob A. Widenman(n)
Rob A. Widenmann was a Deputy US Marshal and associate of John Tunstall, Alexander McSween, Billy the Kid, and others associated with the Lincoln County War in the territory of New Mexico.

BE Otto
Added by BE Otto on Dec 11, 2016 10:55 PM
Tracie B.
Catherine Smith/Smyth Boyle
Hi Cindy!

Thanks for the message. :)

The spelling of Catherine's maiden name varies from record to record. Sometimes it's listed as Smith and other times it's listed as Smyth. I've gone back and forth with the two spellings on Find-a-Grave so I decided to just leave it as Smith until I find her baptism record (if I ever do!).

Are you related to the Smith/Smyth's or Boyle's? Catherine is my 2x great grandmother. Which son's obituary were you looking at? I believe that the only obituary I don't have for her children is for Francis (he died at age 15 in Paterson).

Thanks!

Tracie
Added by Tracie B. on Sep 15, 2016 7:00 AM
AlaskanPrincess
Laurel Grove Cemetery; COOPER
Hi Cindy, I will not be surprised if I at some point find an ancestor somewhere that connects us somehow! The more genealogy research progress I make the more I discover more connections to 'known' families. My Coopers - I'm still working on that line. I was absolutely thrilled (thanks to you!) to connect grandma Jeanette COOPER to at least some of her family members. A cousin had gone to visit great-aunt and she remembered some names - so those names, and memorials confirmed each other. I need to do more research but brief details here ...
Paterson, 18 JUL 1850:
Jeannett BERRISFORD; Age 28; Female; b. Scotland
William B. BERRISFORD; Age 7; Male; b. NJ; attended school
Henry BERRISFORD; Age 4; Male; b. NJ; attended school [Note: I haven't found Jeanett's maiden name]
27 AUG 1851, Paterson, Marriages: New Jersey Marriages 1678-1985: Alt: Jennet BEVRISFORD [sic] and William COOPER
26 JUN 1860, Paterson; West Ward: Jeanette COOPER; Female; Age 37; b. Scotland
William BERRESFORD; Male; Age 17; b. NJ; Wire Temperer; Attended school;
Willett COOPER, Male; Age 7, b. NJ [cir 1853]; cannot read or write
Arnold COOPER; Male; Age 6, b. NJ;
30 JUN 1870, Paterson: Janette COOPER; Age 45 [b 1825]; Female; White; Keeps house; b. Scotland; Both Parents foreign born;
Willlott COOPER, Age 18 [b. 1852]; Male; White; Works in Silk Mill; b. NJ; Both parents foreign born
Arnold COOPER; Age 14 [b. 1856]; Male; White; Works in Silk mill; b. NJ; both parents foreign born
John COOPER; Age 9 [b. 1861]; Male; White; Attends school
William B. BERESFORD; Age 28; Male; White; Wire Drawer; b. NJ; both parents foreign born; U.S. Citizen
Sixth Ward City of Paterson, Passaic, NJ; Post Office: Paterson, Passaic
Page No. 25, Christopher Gadden, Ass't Marshal.
9 OCT 1889, NJ, Deaths: Jenett COOPER, age 67 y/o.

William COOPER and Jeanette had 3 children: Willot W. [md: Minnie SCHEIDER], Arnold [md Mary] and John [have found no record of marriage...or death].
I'm stuck on finding details for Wm. COOPER (the one that married Jeanette who was born in Scotland in 1823) .... but finding "Willot" was a miracle!
Added by AlaskanPrincess on Mar 20, 2016 12:46 AM
Peter Cox
RE: Blackburn / Dobson phot requests
OK - that's understandable. Anyway, as I said, the father is definitely buried there - it's in the parish register. So as I said, you can create memorial, connect to children and request photo.

If you know when Bestsey died I can check the register to confirm that she is also buried there. It's also useful to know when the first person on a headstone died, as they are often in some sort of date order in the churchyard.

Afraid there is not much more I can do, unless I happen to be out Winsford way again.
Regards
Peter
Added by Peter Cox on Feb 19, 2016 4:55 AM
Peter Cox
RE: Blackburn / Dobson phot requests
The Thomas Blackburn you refer to in your last note is not the Thomas Blackburn that you have requested a photo for. The Thomas that died 1892 was buried at St John. The parish register shows this as happening on the 17th May.

I can find no confirmation that the Thomas who died in 1913 (your photo request) was buried at St John, although the death record shows he died in that area.

Having photographed all the Blackburns I spotted, neither was found. You may care to create a memorial for the Thomas that died in 1892 and request a photo - someone else may have better luck in finding it than me.
Regards
Peter
Added by Peter Cox on Feb 19, 2016 2:07 AM
Peter Cox
RE: Blackburn / Dobson phot requests
Thanks for your notes. As the photo I took is definitely the one you want, I have now fulfilled your request. I'll then leave you to have a closer look at the dates. You need to zoom in as that part of the engraving is not very clear.
Regards
Peter
Added by Peter Cox on Feb 18, 2016 3:07 PM
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