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Joanne Guggenheim (#47498536)
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Bio Photo I have been working in our local Family History Center for many years helping to find lots of ancestors. This is a great way to continue helping others looking for information in our part of NJ.
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Managment of Hoagland Graves
Unless you are directly related to them, would you mind giving management of Mary Polly Higgins and Hendrick Hoagland over to me? They are my 4th great grandparents.
Added by mjones14 on Feb 17, 2015 3:14 PM
Sophia Wyckoff
Thank you for trying to find her headstone
Added by andieno on Dec 23, 2014 4:31 PM
Don Cook
Josephine Bender
Josephine died in Wheatland, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA. That is on the other side of the county from the Sacred Heart. She is most likely not buried in the Grove City area. There are numerous Catholic cemeteries in Mercer County, she could be buried in any one of them. Because she is not listed on Find a Grave does not mean she does not have a headstone, though I have no record of her from the 1980 Mercer county death index listings of grave markers in the county. Her body could have even been sent back to Lancaster to be buried with her parents.
Added by Don Cook on May 30, 2014 6:20 AM
Don Cook
Catholic Cemetery Grove City
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery
Also known as: Beloved Disciple Cemetery, Gill Road Cemetery]

Grove City
Mercer County
Pennsylvania USA

Added by Don Cook on May 29, 2014 9:39 PM
John Baynard Kirkpatrick #72499898
Please update memorial #72499898 with his full birth name; John Baynard . Also, connect his mother memorial #72507744
Added by MackTX on Sep 20, 2013 9:20 AM
Raymond Sassman
RE: Tams
JOanne I hope this is the right person. There are two memorials for Everett W Tams

RAy Sassman
Added by Raymond Sassman on Sep 07, 2013 11:27 AM
Kathryn Smith
This is too funny! It just goes to show.....I hadn't even noticed that you didn't transfer the Wyckoffs in South Middlebush Cemetery to me! I got so excited by the spreadsheet, and had my hands full of Wyckoffs (when I wasn't being distracted by a bit of "ping-pong genealogy")....Don't worry about how long it's been! The good news is that I think I have a better handle on all of those Wyckoffs (and allied families) than I did a few months ago! YAY! If you're still willing to part with them, I think I could probably take a short break from my current Bucks County, PA research.... :-)
Added by Kathryn Smith on Aug 12, 2013 7:37 PM
RE: Mary Jane Bayard Kirkpatrick
OK, thanks for listing
Added by MackTX on Aug 02, 2013 1:28 PM
Kathryn Smith
RE: Wyckoffs at South MIddlebush
WOW! Thanks, first off, for transferring Simon and Alche (Van Doren) Wyckoff to me. I'm definitely interested in having you e-mail me your spreadsheets with info about this and other burying grounds in Somerset County. (I think that one of the Jacob Wyckoff's transcribed Cedar Grove Cemetery in the early 1900's -- a typed copy is available at the Bridgewater branch of the Somerset County library.) Still, I'm interested in ALL of it! (You can e-mail me at yahoo -- kathrynsuydam.) I'm awfully glad that these old tombstones are being (or have already been) transcribed while they're still relatively legible! I'm rather surprised that there isn't more interest in your spreadsheets. Did you try contacting the Somerset County Historical Society? I would imagine that they would be a good contact!

And I'm going to bite the bullet and say that I'm interested in having all the Wyckoffs transferred to me. (Yikes! LOL) I know that they're all related to me somehow! I know exactly what book to consult to help me link everyone properly (Wyckoff Family in America -- It's a BIG book!) This will just be a BIG project! (Damn you, findagrave, for pulling me in so many different directions all at once! LOL)

Oh, and I don't have any Smith ancestors in Somerset County. My primary Smith line (yes, I have several!) were Quakers -- early Bucks County, PA settlers who eventually moved to Hunterdon Co., NJ. :-)
Added by Kathryn Smith on Feb 06, 2013 10:03 PM
Benjamin Wyckoff
Thank you for trying to find Benjamin Wyckoff for me
Added by andieno on Nov 29, 2012 11:22 PM
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