|Carolyn Schwab (#46985190)|
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Most of my research is in Vermillion Co., IN and New Jersey. I have abstracted the newspapers in Vermillion Co., IN for the years 1868 - 1899. I have also abstracted the Wills for 1828 - 1927. You can contact me for lookups.|
I copied a film in Salt Lake City that contains early cemetery readings in New Jersey for Atlantic Co., Camden Co., Cumberland Co., Gloucester Co,, and Salem Co. The readings were made before 1940. I am in the process of adding as many records as I can. There are about 50 records on each page and over 500 pages. If the reading was wrong and needs to be corrected, please send me the correction. Often the tombstone was very hard to read. I will be more than happy to make the correction. I also add the marriage info under "Bio".
I live just north of San Francisco, so I have no way of checking if my entries are correct.
If you need any photos of tombstones in Marin County, CA, let me know.
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This is also very strange: Find A Grave Memorial# 78575401
|AmyKimSto||Huldah Lamb Swindell|
Hi. I found something very strange. Take a look at this memorial and let me know what you think is going on. I know that the Swindells lived in Parke County before coming to Vermillion. Both birth/death dates are very close to yours. Find A Grave Memorial# 134451107
|Nancy Leathers||Zerviah Bereman|
Sorry about the misplacement. I just have been confused the day I did it. If you see any other corrections needed, please let me know.
|edselbabe||Find A Grave Memorial# 127026010 Ersilia Alberigi|
I don't believe that this little girl is one of Philomena's (my husband's great grandmother) children. The newspaper article says the mother was visiting her married daughter, but Philomena's oldest daughter would only have been 11 years old at the time. There were other Alberigi's in the area.
|Donna L. Tolliver||Gebhart 1853-1893|
Thank-you so very much for the transfer of the memorial. Have a great day! Donna
|SueB||Elsie Allen vs Elsie Borton|
Please ignore the SAC I sent you about the Elsie Allen memorial. It is not a duplicate. The other one is Elsie Allen BORTON, but originally created as Elsie Allen - her last name was left off the memorial. I am in the process of fixing that memorial. Yours for Elsie Allen is fine.
Added by SueB on May 01, 2017 4:40 PM
|Our Family History||Apphia Greenman|
Thank you for the update. Your question on Do you know if all these infant children are children of Nemiah? At this time I do not know.
|Steven Fosler||Ann Shute|
You welcomed comments on Ann Hues Shute, widow of William Shute Jr. who died on 1763.
An Ann Shute married John or Jno. Cole (my ancestor) on June 30, 1765 according to PA and NJ Church and Town Records, 1669-1999, page 21.
Also it shows on PA Compiled marr. records 1700-1821 page 264.
I believe Ann Hues was actually Ann Avis/Aves, daughter of George Avis (1690-1785) and Sarah Whitehall (- 1747). There were few, if any, Hues in Gloucester Co, NJ at the time Ann was born. I haven't seen the original handwriting record for Ann Hues/Avis marriage to William Shute, but believe the print versions to be a transcription error, calling her a "Hues".
Ironically, I have SHUTE descendants in the Quaker cemetery next to my property in Richmond, Indiana. Steve
|Kenneth Primeaux||Word of Thanks....|
Thank-you for your diligence and time spent transcribing all articles you found on everyone's family in Vermillion county, Indiana. What you do is appreciated by many and sadly so many take it for granted and I didnt want to add to that number.
Thank You for so much.
I have not accepted this edit until I get a chance to check the Woodstown database. I have had computer problems and don't have access to my copy at the moment. I want to check and see if her parents are named in her entry.
Added by SueB on Apr 02, 2017 1:59 PM
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