|Roland Fay (#47305530)|
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Born in Woobury N.J. / Grew up in Wenonah N.J. I Live in Westville N.J. 08093|
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|Joseph R. Klett||Ashcrafts|
Thank you Roland. Sure, you can never have too many friends... -Joe
|Horace Reven||Augustus Ware|
Thank you for transferring him to my account..you have a good nite..Horace
|Horace Reven||RE: 1st Lt Geo G Ware|
Yes, I do have George in my database. His parents are Minnie and Frank Ware of Glassboro. Augustus that you just transferred, his father is a cousin of Frank. Thanks for mentioning it.
|Horace Reven||Ware's in Union Cemetery|
Thank you for transferring Clarence, Margurite, Charlotte and Sarah to my account. I have already started connecting them to theiir other relatives.
There is still one left to do...will you please transfer Augustus Ware to me too. I had asked for him also. I figured you are just getting around to him..thanks again..Horace
|Horace Reven||RE: transfer|
I just checked my database for a Mary E. Ware married to a Roland Fay and I don't seem to have her. Its very possible that I missed her or she may be a descendant of one of the other three Ware families that live in southern Jersey. If you have any other info on her, such as her parents I will gladly check again.
My grandparents Harriet and Walter Williamson lived on the corner of Fourth and Hunter Streets in Gloucester and my nephrew lives there now. I had lived on Mercer Street back in the fifties and my sister Harriet Bennett lives on Monmouth Street. Have a good nite..Horace
|Nikita Barlow||Corporal William M. Smith|
You may wish to add this info to your entry for Corporal William Smith, a survivor of the Battle of the Little Big Horn who is buried in Wenonah Cemetery:
Born William M. Smith in Trenton, NJ, in 1852, he enlisted in the US 7th Cavalry in July 1872. Assigned to Company B, he was among the men detailed to the pack train which accompanied Custer's forces on June 25, 1876. When the pack train reached the battlefield, Cpl Smith joined the hilltop fight under Maj. Marcus Reno and Capt. Frederick Benteen, and was wounded in the arm. He died in Philadelphia, PA, on January 4, 1921 at the age of 69. Subsequently cremated, his ashes were interred in Wenonah Cemetery in NJ.
|Lynn and Walter Blenderman||RE: Freda and Henry Aubele|
Thank you very much.
|kATHY ||lester C Fischer & Dorothy|
I am trying to find the funeral home or to find out which news paper the obts were in for my anut and uncle. Anyway to give me help?
Thanks for your help
Added by kATHY on Sep 23, 2011 8:32 PM
|Mary Jane Evertz||RE: Alexander Powell|
Thank you for your trouble
sure - thanks and have a very happy holiday season.
Added by Donna on Dec 06, 2010 9:35 AM
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