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Judy Ryan (#46627413)
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Robert Tapscott
Birth Year for Lucy Longstreet
The information published in find-a-grave for Lucy wife of John Longstreet, buried in Jacobstown Baptist Church Cemetery, Jacobstown, New Jersey gives a birth date of 1753. From the inscribed death date of October 21st. A.D 1836 and her inscribed age ("85th year of her life"), her birth date range is calculated as 22 Oct 1750 - 21 Oct 1751. Perhaps I am reading her age incorrectly, but a careful examination of the marker photo seems to give "85th" not "83rd", the age needed to give her birth year as 1753. Comments?
Added by Robert Tapscott on Apr 02, 2015 2:56 PM
Robert Tapscott
Birth Year for Lucy Longstreet
The information published in find-a-grave for Lucy wife of John Longstreet, buried in Jacobstown Baptist Church Cemetery, Jacobstown, New Jersey gives a birth date of 1753. From the inscribed death date of October 21st. A.D 1836 and her inscribed age ("85th year of her life"), her birth date range is calculated as 22 Oct 1750 - 21 Oct 1751. Perhaps I am reading her age incorrectly, but a careful examination of the marker photo seems to give "85th" not "83rd", the age needed to give her birth year as 1753. Comments?
Added by Robert Tapscott on Apr 02, 2015 2:55 PM
castlefrog05
Relationship between Colonial Cemetery family and Jacobstown cemetery.
At one time you had expressed an interest in finding the relationship between my side of the Sexton family (mostly buried in Colonial Memorial Cemetery) and your side (mostly buried in Jacobstown cemetery). I have found a connection I think, if you are interested. Castlefrog05
Added by castlefrog05 on Mar 31, 2015 2:32 PM
KiKi
Truehart
Hello,

I am the daughter of Lawrence "Lonnie" Truehart. I was trying to find out if this was my fathers Uncle. Did Barclay have brothers, Ernest, Billy and Stacey and sisters Pink and Dootch? I am trying to get pictures of them all including their Parents with DOB and DODeath.

If you are person with this kind of information, could/would you help me out. I have been in Trenton many times and have heard I had family on West State Strret, Trenton, NJ

Thank you,

KiKi
BronxKiKi@yahoo.com
Added by KiKi on Mar 17, 2015 10:38 AM
Mamawright
RE: Baldwin
OK...I may have misunderstood. Was Thomas Johnson your father?
Added by Mamawright on Mar 16, 2015 10:12 AM
Mamawright
RE: Baldwin
That is such a co-incidence...I know my uncle only had one child named Judy and his wife's name was Mary. He also had abrother named Francis... His parents were Thomas and Mary (Gaff) Johnson and they died in 1918 in the flu epidemic. And they were from Trenton.
Added by Mamawright on Mar 16, 2015 10:09 AM
Mamawright
Thomas / Margaret Johnson
Judy, I was very young when I knew you and your dad and mom. My Mother was Margaret Johnson Baldwin, your father's sister. He was my uncle. I can just remember him and you and your mom barely. Please get in touch with me I am researching the family tree, maybe we can share some information.

THANK YOU!
Patricia Baldwin Wright
Added by Mamawright on Mar 15, 2015 6:28 PM
13th Generation Fairbanks in America
RE: Samuel Anderson
You're very welcome. Warm regards.
Added by 13th Generation Fairbanks... on Mar 06, 2015 9:34 AM
Kathleen Raynor
Napoleon & Elizabeth Burroughs
Hi
Do you have any info on the descendants of those in this grave. I am searching for a couple by this name who came over from England to settle in Needham Massachucetts as Framework Knitters in the 1850's. I believe they moved in later decades to New Jersey and died there.
Would love it if this rings any bells with anyone.
Many thanks
Kathy
UK
Added by Kathleen Raynor on Mar 03, 2015 10:49 AM
James Mason Fritz
RE: Ella Nutt Kulp
Thank you for the information. Is this part of your family? Ernest William Kulp married my grandmother's younger sister, Anna Gerlach, and they had one child who lived a little over a week. I never knew Uncle Ernest but remember Aunt Anna well - she would come to our house for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. I always got a new two dollar bill as a gift from her on my birthday and Christmas. We shared the same birthday - November 11th. Any photos of Ernest? I have one of him in a family gathering so it is not that good.
Jim
Added by James Mason Fritz on Feb 27, 2015 3:14 PM
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