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|Born and grew up in Warren County, NJ. Most of my ancestors come from Warren Co., NJ and Berks and Lehigh Counties, PA. Some names are Smith, Read, Letson, Danley,Berry, Petty, Lichty, Bachman, Dietrich and Kroninger.|
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Shirley -- I was too quick to report a problem on this grave. I checked the cemetery records and discovered that while Mr. Platt is indeed interred in this plot, his name is the only one which does not appear on the marker. I uploaded the marker photo to his memorial just to show that the grave/plot is marked. -- Judy
Yes, you were in touch with the Read family. I use to live in NJ, but have lived in Florida now for 5 years. I am not related to the Goarcke/Read etc line, but worked on the lines for my brothers-in-law....they are connected to them. I will see what I can find out to hopefully clear up the confusion. I will let you know!
Added by Mimi on May 17, 2015 6:07 PM
I had in my records her birth and death dates. I searched her out and what I sent you is what I found on a Google search that sent me to Ancestry. That is where is was from. I cannot say with 100% certainty that is her, but that is how she is listed. Unless we find something to prove it is NOT her, I will keep it that way for right now. I will look into it further when I get some time!
Added by Mimi on May 17, 2015 4:05 PM
|Military Mom||Luella Goarcke|
This is all I have on her. Born February 22, 1892. Appears on the 1900 Census in Hope, Warren Co., NJ.
Born on 22 Feb 1892 to Henry Goarcke and Rachel Sutton. Louella married Philips Mattison and had a child. Louella married Arron Walters and had a child. She passed away on 23 Jul 1914 in Coventry, Rhode Island, USA.
Had a son, Phillips Mattison with first husband and a daughter, Marian Walters with the second one.
Sorry for the delay...I was out of town!
The pleasure was mine Shirley.
Added by BDonovan on May 17, 2015 10:12 AM
|cleemiller||RE: Pearl Heller|
|Regina Burch||Samuel D. Read|
Samuel D. Read was my 3rd great grandfather. So we are cousins! Thanks for Martin and Jane Fries also! They are my 5th great grandparents.
|Cathy Beaudoin||Isaac Howell /Paris Cemetery|
There are more inscriptions on the monument;
panel - In memory of the children of Isaac L & Eliza H Howell, Mary E died ---1852? aged --Mo's & --Dy's, Emeretta died ---1862, in the 8th year of her age, Also An Infant Daughter
panel - Leone, beloved and only child of J Albert & Nellie E Howell, Born 1890 Died 1898 She took the wings of the morning and flew away to Jesus,
J Albert Howell 1859-1945, His Wife Nellie edith Kent 1876-1943
I am kind of iffy on some of the numbers, but those are the names, and I have photos.
|Joan S.||Elisha Cook, Richard and Gussie Reynolds|
Hi Shirley - I went back to the Johnsonburg cemeteries today and looked for Elisha, Richard and Gussie (and her mother Mary Alice). I looked for them all in both cemeteries and again did not have any luck. There were two Cookes in the Christian cemetery - Whitfield C. and Emma L. Hart Cooke. There were three Cooks in the Methodist cemetery - Elizabeth, Nicholas and David Lemuel. If Elisha was related to either of these two families, maybe we can figure out which cemetery he should be in. I didn't find any Reynolds' in either cemetery. I'm sorry I couldn't help you further! Joan S.
Added by Joan S. on Sep 03, 2014 6:36 PM
I located the Sections for Minnie and the other two Durlings. But did not find them first time around. I'll go back After I get more info from the cemetery office Lady.Im not sure they have markers but I will try to oocate the graves if they can be found. Take care, TIM
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