Currently researching cemeteries, stone cutters, the surname Ennes/Ennis and the genealogy of their families and neighbors within the Upper Delaware River Valley, the area of NY, NJ, PA known as the Minisink Valley during the Colonial era.
Explorations in the lower Delaware River Valley include ancestors from the 17th century New Sweden Colony, 19th century Sussex Co DE, and in Philadelphia, Montgomery and Bucks Counties PA, early 18th century through the 20th century families.
Do drop me a line if you have any questions about the origin of the sourcing on any of the memorials I've listed or presently maintain. I cannot confirm the accuracy of research on biographies, corrections, and family links added after transferring a memorial!
In general, family & spouse variants, places & dates of birth/death, as linked to ATJ memorials but created by other contributors do not necessarily reflect our present research. Please address any questions to the linked memorial's contributor.
Non-commercial use of tombstone photos must bear credit to: (c)2011-2016 ATJ. Commercial use requires written permission.
Recent illustrated articles from the blog, Minisink Valley Genealogy:
The 1872 Report on the Lumber Regions
Historical Maps of the Minisink
Minisink Valley Genealogy
Lizanne Samuelson, 1955 - 2016
Boon companion of many a churchyard and wild wood ramble. Rest in peace, Lizzie.
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