|Judy Ryan (#46627413)|
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|Richard Clarke||RE: Martha and William Hartshorn|
I am sorry to take so long to reply - believe it or not, I just found your note.
William Hodson Hartshorn b. 20 July 1812; d. 7 Sept. 1886 of "Bright's Disease" in Plumsted Township. He was married to Martha Ann Emley (1812-1865) about 1839-1840. I have them as having had 5 children: Melvina Ann (1840); Joel W.(1846); Gilbert Henry (1850); George H. (1854) & John Franklin Pearce (1857).
All the Harshorne's were loose about the spelling of their name, with or with out the 'e' on the end. My own 2nd great Grandfather, Samuel Wright Hartshorn(e) spelled it either way seemingly at random. They are all mostly descended from Sir Richard Hartshorne but it seems the branch that moved to Burlington Co. mostly went "e-less" and those that remained in Monmouth Co. kept the 'e'.
|Nancy Kapitanec||Nettie Zerman|
Hi- As requested... Nettie's number is 91947017.
Since the headstone actually reads "Nettie" I wasn't sure how to connect it to her given name which was Louisa Jennett Hawkins. Am a new contributor, so I am just learning the ropes; thanks for helping out :)
|Nancy Kapitanec||Nettie Zerman|
Hi- I am in possession of the Hawkins family Bible which has death as 1886. Also, not sure how to edit this, but her given name was Louisa Jennett Hawkins. I have submitted an edit to list her father as CT Hawkins which then should tie her to Amy Hawkins as her mother. -Thank you
|susan zeller||leon applegate|
hi can you please contact me I am the granddaughter of Leon Applegate . My mother is Geraldine from his 1st marriage to Marie.
please please contact me
|Joseph R. Klett||Applegate|
And Daniel B. Applegate too! Thanks Judy. -Joe
|Joseph R. Klett||Prevost/Fluerty|
Belatedly, thanks very much Judy!
|Kimber Lowers||morrisville cemetery|
i contacted the cemetery caretaker and as soon as he sends me a list of where everyone is i will be going there to photograph
|John Soltes||The Parents of George Woodward|
In memorial #64557553 for George Woodward, you state that his parents were James and Sarah Allen Woodward, and yet in the 1850, 1860, 1870 and 1880 US Census records for James and Sarah Woodward of New Hanover Township, they have many children, but no son named George. The 1860 Census lists an 8-year-old child named "George Anna", but based on an obituary published on November 27, 1867 in the Burlington Mirror, that was a typo for a daughter named Georgianna who died on November 25th of that year. What source indicates that George's parents were James and Sarah Allen Woodward?
|John Soltes||Duplicate Differing Memorials|
You have created two different memorials for Rejoice Hankins Woodward in two different cemeteries, with different birth and death dates, and with different children listed, yet you claim that both were the wife of George Woodward, and that both were the daughter of James Benson Hankins, but in one, the mother is Mercy Hulse Hankins and in the other it is Mary Hulse Hankins. The memorials are #61108343, created Nov 04, 2010 in Bordentown Cemetery, and #64557582, created less than 3 months later on Jan 23, 2011 in Jacobstown Baptist Church Cemetery. Also, neither memorial contains a picture of a marker. I suggest that you recheck your sources, eliminate one of the memorials, and fix the other if necessary.
|James Murray||Kelty and Murray, Lambertville|
Hi, I am James Murray, My family came from lAMBERTVILLE and many are buried in St. Johns. Are you related to Kelty's from Lambertville? I had a great aunt Catherine Murray Kelty who lived in Lambertville then on to Trenton. The Mary Murray Kelty buried in St. Johns, I would love to track down her parents, Thomas and Bridget Murray. Perhaps they are related to my Gr Grandfather, Patrick Murray and Michael MurraZy whi I hope is his brother? Please get back to me: firstname.lastname@example.org
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