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J Sadler (#47099960)
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Hi We are currently traveling the US and as we travel we look for photo requests at small grave yards. We currently are in Vermont/New Hampshire/Maine/New York. I sometimes look for the same surname in the cemetery and photograph those. If it's not in the database I add it, so if you wish to claim it let me know. If I remember I'll send a note to the requester, but I do forgot at times. So make sure you search the listings again, though it may be a bit before I get it uploaded.

No need to ask permission if you want to use my photos for personal use, but please give proper credit when using one of my photos.
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Thank you so much for fulfilling my request! It's very much appreciated

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Added by Mary Ellen C on Aug 25, 2014 11:22 AM
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Hi J Sadler,

Your Welcome!

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Added by Our Family History on Aug 24, 2014 10:58 AM
Dorothy Alvis
RE: Jacob G. Beemer
Re- Jacob G. or C. Beemer. Following are some references I have: Obituary- "Sussex Independent", Sussex County, New Jersey, Feb. 9, 1894: "Jacob Courtright Beemer, one of the oldest and most esteemed residents of this township, died at his home between Libertyville and Coleville, on Friday of last week aftera comparatively short illness.: Etc. [it further states that he was a carpenter most of his life and that his wife (unnamed) died several years ago. He lived with his adopted son, William Snover. He was survived by one brother Amos Beemer of western (sic- eastern) Pennsylvania. DKA] The following references from familysearch.org: All of following census records of Wantage Twp., Sussex Co., N.J. (some show Coleville):
1860- Jacob C. Beemer, 45; Hannah J., 44; Nancy Roloson, 67; Frances Roloson, 19; William Snover, 4, all born N.J.
1870 Jacob C. Beemer, 55, b. ca 1814-15, N.J., Carpenter; Hannah Beemer 54, b. N.J.; William Beemer, 14, b. N.Y.; Catherine Doty, 14, b. N.J.;
Nancy Rolason, 77, b. N.J.
1880- Courtright Beemer, married; age 65, b. N.J.;
farmer; Hannah J. Beemer, wife, 64, K.H., b. N.J.
1885 New Jersey State Census, Wantage, Sussex Co.
Jacob C. Beemer, age over 60
William Snover, 20-60-
Mary J. Snover, 20-60
Freddie A. Snover, 0-4
[Same website: "New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720-1988" Jacob C. Beemer, d. 02 Feb 1893 (sic), age 79, b. 1814, farmer, widowed. Batch No. B06614-6; System Origin- New Jersey Easy; GS film No. 589797; Ref. ID- V41; p. 301.
[Jacob Courtright Beemer and his brother Amos, were sons of Peter Beemer (1792-1828) & Frances (aka- Fanny) Courtright (1768-1858), d/o Jacob Courtright & Femmetje (Phebe) Denmark. Amos Beemer, brother of Jacob, was b. 18 May 1827, Sussex Co.,N.J. & d. 10 Dec. 1895, Mill City, Wyoming Co., PA., buried Newton Cemetery, Newton Center, Lackawanna Co., PA. (on findagrave)
Peter Beemer & Fanny, buried Old Clove Cemetery, Wantage Twp, Sussex Co., N.J. (Fanny on findagrave)
Added by Dorothy Alvis on Aug 19, 2014 2:32 PM
Dorothy Alvis
RE: Jacob G. Beemer
Re- Jacob G. or Jacob C. Beemer. I have the following references from website: familysearch.org:
"New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720-1988"
Jacob C. Beemer, d. 02 Feb 1893 (sic), age 79, b. 1814; farmer; widowed. Batch No. B06614-6; System Origin- New Jersey Easy; GS film No. 589797; Ref. ID- V41, p301.
Also, the following censuses from same website:
all in Wantage Twp., Sussex Co., N.J. (some show Coleville):
1860 Jacob C. Beemer, 45; Hannah J., 44; Nancy Roloson; 67; Frances Rolsoson, 19; William Snover, 4Y., all b. N.J.
1870 Jacob C. Beemer 55, b. c1813-15; carpenter;
Hannah, 54, both b. N.J.; William 14, b. N.Y.; Catherine Doty, 14, b. N.J. & Nancy Roloson, 77, b. N.J.
1880 Courtright Beemer, male; married; age 65, b. N.J.; farmer;
Hannah J., wife, 64, K.H., b. N.J.
1885 State Census New Jersey; Wantage Sussex Co. Jacob C. Beemer age over 60
William Snover, 20-60
Mary J. " , 20-60
Freddie " , 0-4

Obituary= Sussex Independent, Sussex Co., New Jersey, Feb. 9, 1894: "Jacob Courtright Beemer one of the oldest and most esteemed resident of this township, died at his home between Libertyville and Coleville, on Friday of last week after a comparatively short illness."
[it goes on to show that his wife (unmanned) died several years ago, and that he lived with his adopted son, William Snover. He was survived by one brother, Amos Beemer of western (sic-eastern), Pennsylvania.; DKA]
I found his brother Amos Beemer, born 18 May 1828, Sussex Co., N.J., died 10 Dec 1895, Mill City, Wyoming Co., PA. Buried- Newton Cemetery, Newton Center, Lackawanna Co., Pa. (also on findagrave memorial). They were sons of Peter Beemer (1792-1828) and Frances (aka, Fanny) Courtright (1789-1858), d/o Jacob Courtright & Femmetje (Phebe) Denmark. Both Peter and Fanny are buried in the Old Clove Cemetery Wantage Twp, Sussex Co., N. J. I have info. on all of the children of Peter Beemer & Fanny.
Added by Dorothy Alvis on Aug 19, 2014 12:42 PM
Dorothy Alvis
Jacob G. Beemer
Thank you so much for the photo of the tombstone of Jacob G/C? Beemer, in Brink-Colesville Cemetery, Sussex Co., N.J. He was referred to as "Courtright" Beemer, so I assume his middle initial was "C" instead of G.
Added by Dorothy Alvis on Aug 15, 2014 9:35 AM
four0clock
Memorial# 116816915
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request of one of our family ancestors. The photo is lovely and adds confirmation to our research. It is much appreciated.

Added by four0clock on Aug 09, 2014 12:52 PM
Bill and Elaine Schrock
Transfers
I transferred Jesse and Lucy Simmons to you. You did not include their names in your message so I hope they are the right ones.

You can request transfers using the sixth option under the Edit tab, "Suggest any other correction or addition", which will generate an email with all the necessary info to make the transfer. Doing it that way helps cut down on mistakes.

Hope this helps,
Elaine
Added by Bill and Elaine Schrock on Aug 06, 2014 11:31 PM
Paul R. Jenkins
Mason Graves
Thank you very much! I live about six hours away and was not able to take this pictures. Thanks for volunteering.
Added by Paul R. Jenkins on Aug 05, 2014 11:32 AM
Sherry Hess
RE: Amos Plouffe
Thank you so much.

Have a wonderful rest of your week.

Sherry
Added by Sherry Hess on Jul 30, 2014 7:21 AM
Holly
Charlie Isom
Thank you so much for taking the headstone photo of my family members grave. It is very much appreciated. Holly
Added by Holly on Jul 21, 2014 8:17 AM
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