Mercer County Queries - 2001


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ADAMS, LOVELACE:
I am looking for information on Mary ADAMS born about 175?. She married Gershom LOVELACE (LOVELESS) b. 1757 in NJ. They were married shortly after the Revolutionary War and are both buried at the Hamilton Square Baptist Church, Hamilton Square, Mercer County, New Jersey. I have information on their offspring but know very little about them.
- Beth Knittle. beth_knittle@yahoo.com or bknittle@capecod.net. PO Box 1087, South Wellfleet, MA 02663. 12 February 2001.

ATWOOD:
I am looking for a Joseph F. ATWOOD married to Matilda GRAYTON (GRETTON). They came to Mercer Co. 1852-1855 from England. First child (Hannah, Anna) was born in 1856. They lived in the Hopewell area. I found them in the 1860 census. I'm looking for their marriage place and date and when they came to America. I'm also looking for a James ATWOOD, married to Mary COLE in Mercer Co 1857 and when he came from England to America. Perhaps they came together? Thank you.
- Carla Smith. priscilla@centurytel.net. 4 December 2001.

BARTLETT:
Searching for Annie BARTLETT (dob abt 1885 England) who married Sydney WELLS, possibly Mercer County, NJ., and their descendents/ancestors.
- Diane Rivet. ddrivet@sk.sympatico.ca. Saskatchewan, Canada. 23 April 2001.

BAYLAN / BOYLAN:
BAYLAN/BOYLAN is the surname. I am searching for a woman with this surname who gave up a child for adoption in 1962. The child, a boy, was born in 1961. Child was given up for adoption in Trenton, Mercer County, NJ. Anyone with info on how I can find this person, or info that might assist me on where I might look, please email me at:
- Alisan Pirnat. Alisan@Iwon.Com. 31 October 2001.

BEGANI:
My ancestor Josef BEGANI lived in the early 1900's at 117 Division Street in a place called Peals Hills, NJ. I have never heard of the location, but the most likely canditidate for Division Street is the one in Trenton. Is there an area of Trenton that was called Peals Hills in the past and is it near Division Street?
- Robert Shive. rshive@charter.net. 19 November 2001.

BOOZ, HARBOR:
Need help in finding family of gr.gr.grandfathers 2nd. marriage. Jacob V. BOOZ, b.1840, Trenton d.1909, Trenton, marr.#2 in 1890,Trenton to Rosa HARBOR, b &d. unk. Jacob V. and Rosa HARBOR BOOZ had the following children;!. Edward B. BOOZ, b.1891, d.unk, marr.? 2. Clinton Smith BOOZ, b.1894, d.unk, marr.?.
- Nancy P. Steiner. steiner@netcarrier.com. 19 June 2001.

BOOZ, PARENT/CHEESMAN:
Seeking info about gr.gr.grandfathers family of 1st marriage. Jacob V. BOOZ, b.1840, Trenton, d.1909, marr#1 1866, Trenton to Annie/Anna A. PARENT/CHEESMAN, b.1846 Trenton, d.1887, Trenton. They had the following children; 1. Maime E. BOOZ, b.1871, d.unk, marr,? 2. Lillian BOOZ b.1873 d.1943, marr.#1- George Edw.PARSONS marr.#2. Charles GLACKIN. 3. William H. BOOZ, b.1876, d.unk. marr.? 4. Ida V. BOOZ, b.1878, d.unk. marr.? 5. Daisy A. BOOZ, b.1882, d.unk. marr.?.
- Nancy P. Steiner. steiner@netcarrier.com. 19 June 2001.

BOOZ, VAN MATER, BURNS:
Seeking info about gr.gr.grandparents &family. Harmon BOOZ Sr. b.1816, d.1893, marr. Elizabeth VAN MATER, b.1821, d.1854. They had the following children, !. Jacob V. BOOZ, b.1840, d.1909, Trenton. 2. Alfred BOOZ, b.?, d.1898 3. Barclay/Bartholomew BOOZ, b.&d.? Harmon BOOZ Sr. marr.#2- 1855 Trenton to Winifred Jane/Jane Winifred BURNS, b.? Ireland, d.1917. They had the following children, 1. Harmon BOOZ Jr., b.1856, d.1922, marr. Carolyn SCHOOLEY. 2. Catherine BOOZ, b.1858, d.? 3. Elsworth BOOZ, b.1864, d.? marr.? Can anyone help fill in the blanks?
- Nancy P. Steiner. steiner@netcarrier.com. 20 June 2001.

BRADLEY:
Looking for BRADLEY family from 1860s Trenton, NJ.
- Cabcah. CABCAH@aol.com. 13 April 2001.

BRADSHAW, MATHES, CARSON:
BRADSHAW, MATHES and CARSON: seeking information re my husbands grandparents whose families all lived in Trenton since at least 1860s. We are now in Florida.
- Dorothy Bradshaw. djk.dkb@comcast.net. 9 March 2001.

BRATSKO:
Looking for any information on BRATSKO families living on 1955 Chestnut Ave. and 734 Hugh St., Trenton, in 1920. Died in 1929 and around 1940. Buried in Our Lady of Lourdes cemetery on Woolsy Ave. Any info of any kind would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much.
- Harold Bratsko. bhbrat24@msn.com. 7023 E. 67th Ave., Commerce City, Colorado. 19 February 2001.

BRECHTEL:
BRECHTEL, John Theodore. Looking for info on him and his family; he was born in Trenton ca. ~1905. Father was John George BRECHTEL, mother Kathryn nee SEIGEL/SIEGEL. At least 3 siblings: George, Sophie and an unknown female. They may also have ties to Phila, Bucks and Luzerne counties in PA.
- Meredith Brechtel. squirrelgirl@bontheweb.net. 4 December 2001.

BRESNEN, PANE, CANFIELD:
Seeking verification and information on the second wife of Bartholomew BRESNEN, Trenton blacksmith, who may have been Alice PANE or Jane CANFIELD. Marriage would have taken place between 1875 and 1880. Bartholomew's spouse may have died in childbirth bearing a son, Thomas B. BRESNEN, on 10/16/1880.
- Karen Colello. jim275@juno.com. 19 February 2001.

CADWALADER:
I recently started researching the CADWALADER Family of Mercer County, NJ. To date, I have the following information: William B. CADWALADER married Bethulda BURSON ca 1841, in Trenton, NJ and they had the following children: Alonzo; Ellsworth; Harry; Charles; James - had a son named Stroud CADWALADER; and William B. Is anyone familiar with this family?
- Taylor Addams. tayadd@shaw.ca. 3 December 2001.

CANOE / CONOO / CUNOE / KANNA / KANA:
Irish Catholic CANOE/CONOO/CUNOE/KANNA/KANA; lived Trenton c. 1850-1870.
- Steve Dennehy. svjd@yahoo.com. 209 S. Crystal, Butte, Mont. 59701. 17 July 2001.

CAPRAUN, LUTHERN:
Researching CAPRAUN & LUTHERN family of Trenton, Newark & Elizabethtown, NJ. Phillip CAPRAUN and Lillian LUTHERN's parents were from Germany. Names? Would like any information regarding CAPRAUN and any photo of Lillian & Phillip CAPRAUN. They were married ca 1910. He died ca 1950 and she died in 1944. They lived in Trenton, Newark, and Elizabethtown, NJ. Had 12 children.
- Sherry Wray. Sherrywray@aol.com. 29 May 2001.

CARROLL:
I am researching my Great grandfather's Patrick CARROLL family. He owned a farm in Washington Township boardering the Camden and Amboy railroad right away near Robbensville in the mid 1870's. He bought another farm in Hopewell Township on Federal City road in 1903.
- Tom Carroll. tomcarroll3@worldnet.att.net. 6 March 2001.

CARSON:
Charles C. CARSON born abt 1824. Died Aug 22, 1896 in Washington Twp., Mercer Co., NJ. His mother was Hannah or ? Hannah...no father info.
- Jean Owens. jeanowns@aol.com. 9 October 2001.

CEDARS, MOSIER:
Looking for family/siblings of John CEDARS who was born in 1820 in either Hunterdon County, or Mercer Co, NJ. John had another family member Nancy Ann CEDARS also born in NJ, c. 1821 - could be they were cousins/siblings. The CEDARS travelled west in the mid-late 1830s and settled in IN, both married siblings named MOSIER. The MOSIERs were from Maryland and family history says that they met the MOSIER family on the way west. Thanks for any information on this family.
- Barb Thomas. barb@thomas.name. 23812 3rd PL W, Bothell, WA 98021. 9 May 2001.

CEDARS, MOSIER, NICELY:
Looking for siblings of John CEDARS b.c.1820 NJ (Trenton area). John's mother's name was Elizabeth NICELY. John CEDARS and other family members moved west from Mercer Co/Hunterdon Co area in mid-late 1830s. John CEDARS married Mary Polly MOSIER. Another family member was Nancy Ann CEDARS b. c. 1821 NJ. She also traveled to Indiana, marrying another MOSIER family member along the way. Thanks for any information. Please email or snail mail.
- Barb Thomas. bthomas@wport.com or barbethomas@hotmail.com. 23812 3rd PL W, Bothell, WA 98021. 9 November 2001.

CHRISTIAN:
My father recently showed me the medals his father, William Earl CHRISTIAN, received for his service in the Army in World War I. The most interesting to me was one given to him by the Third Presbyterian Church. I believe this church would have been in Trenton as that is where the family lived at the time. I doubt this church still exists but would love to locate its records to confirm whether or not my grandfather and his family were members of this church. I would like to hear from anyone who could give me a lead.
- Paul C. Christian. pchristian@cybertours.com. 9 November 2001.

CHROMCZAK, KENNEDY:
My father was August Joseph CHROMCZAK and my mother was Marlene Ann KENNEDY. My father's parents came from Poland and some of the family live in New York. My mother passed away on June 11, 1963, and is buried in the Greenwood Cemetery. I would appreciate any information you may have. Thank you so very much for your time in this matter.
- Patricia Ann Hall. Tapper13365@yahoo.com. 8 January 2001.

CLARK:
Surname is CLARK. Trying to locate him in Trenton, Mercer County, NJ, sometime between 1870 and 1890. He was in charge of the NJ State Prison for many years. His first name is James, b. 1838., m. to Johanna MILLER. His middle initial may be W. Thank you for any attention you may give to this query.
- Gertrude Gray. graytdon@ct.net. 547 Enos Ave. N.W., Lake Placid, Fl. 33852. 29 May 2001.

CLARK:
CLARK of Mercer/Trenton, NJ. Elizabeth CLARK, born in 1794, to (possibly) Benjamin CLARK and Sarah SWAIN/ZANE. They lived @ Stoney Creek and had a grist mill. ELizabeth married Abraham SIMONSON and went to Western Virginia in 1832. Any info would be great!
- Hopkin Davies. hmd50@earthlink.net. 11 September 2001.

CLARKE:
CLARKE, Benjamin and Ann GILES, daughter of Major James GILES of Bound Brook, N.J., were married 12/25.1689 and set up a home on the Raritan River in the present Mercer County. Would like to exchange info.
- Donald Clarke. susiexx@home.com. 11 September 2001.

CLARKE:
I am looking for information about Charles H. CLARKE. He lived in or near Trenton, Mercer County when he died in 1916. All I know of him is that his sister was Martha W. (Clarke) KOONS and she lived in Lambertville, Hunterdon County. If anyone has information that might help me in my search, I would love to share what I have. Thank-you.
- Holly Homan. hdhoman@msn.com. 21 May 2001.

CLARKE, READING:
CLARKE, READING family. Looking for information about the family & descendants of Arthur H. and Lizzie Britt READING CLARKE. They had the following known children; #1. Ethel Edna CLARKE, b.1891,d.?,marr.? #2. Mabel Marian CLARKE, b.1895,d.?,marr.? Lizzie Britt (Elizabeth) READING CLARKE, d.1899. Did Arthur H. CLARKE remarry? Any further information would be helpful.
- Nancy Steiner. steiner@netcarrier.com. 6 August 2001.

CONNELL:
Seeking Julia who arrived in Trenton 1868. In 1870 lived at 1W Trenton, Mercer Co. Also brother: Richard possibly arrived 1855 with his brother William. Also lived in Trenton.
- Arlene Connell. ARsuncitygal@aol.com. 26 December 2001.

CRAFT:
I have Jeremiah CRAFT born c1760 in NJ (probably in Hopewell area) and his wife was Mary. One of their children was Noah born Apr 18, 1787 and died Nov 8 1860 and is buried in Larrison's Corner Cemetery. I am searching for further information on Jeremiah and his family (siblings and other children and wife's maiden name).
- Micky Craft. horses1032@cox.net. 17 July 2001.

CUNNINGHAM, LUSBY:
Seeking information on any of the following former residents of Mercer County: Ambrose & Bridget CUNNINGHAM, their sons James and Ambrose J. CUNNINGHAM, Myrtle (LUSBY) CUNNINGHAM, Mrs. A. A. LUSBY. In the 1900 Census Ambrose (31) and Bridgit (35) were listed as residing on 39 Lamberton St with 2 sons James (11) and Ambrose J.(3) in a rental house. Myrtles mother signed her letters Mrs A. A. LUSBY. In the 1950s and beyond Ambrose J. and Myrtle CUNNINGHAM resided at 370 Newkirk Ave, and he owned A.J. CUNNINGHAM and Son Construction Company. A daughter-in-law June CUNNINGHAM wrote a column for the Hamilton Life Newspaper as June of Nottingham. AJ's son James Robert CUNNINGHAM owned a Trucking Company in the Trenton area. AJ's youngest son Harold Arlington CUNNINGHAM (d. 1960) was my father.
- Jim Daugherty. Djr9@qwest.net. Home: 623.846.0137. Fax: 623.848.0537. 13 November 2001.

DAVISON:
Searching for any information about Eve DAVISON, wife of John VAN KIRK, farmer in Princeton Township, Mercer County, New Jersey around 1900 - her death in 1918 (from flu epidemic).
- Pankaj and Virginia Das. virginiadas@email.msn.com or das@ecse.rpi.edu or das@cwc.ucsd.edu. 939 Coast Boulevard # LE, La Jolla, CA 92037. (858) 454-9195. 5 December 2001.

DELZELL, HART, HOWELL:
I am searching for John Howell DELZELL born 7 Nov 1814 lived in Mercer County, NJ. Was on the 1850 and 1860 Mercer County Census. Married Ura Catherine HART around 1839/40. Moved to Iowa abt 1865 and died there in 1868. Their children were Susan, Israel, Luretta, William, David Palmer, Charles, Ure Catherine, Mary. The first two children died young.
- Pamela Smith. paminthepast@yahoo.com. 16 March 2001.

DOAK:
I am looking for any living relatives. I was born April 14, 1959 in Trenton, NJ, Mercer County. I was a foster child to the THEOBALD family in Titusville, NJ. My birth certificate only has Jocelyn Kay DOAK, but I go by Tami Sue THEOBALD. Please send any information to:
- Tami Theobald. sweet-jasmine1@att.net. Tami Theobald c-o Mitchell, Po Box 341, Elizabeth, PA. 27 February 2001.

DONOVAN:
Looking for any information on the DONOVAN family... William H. DONOVAN, born c. 1825, NJ married Malvina (last name unknown), born c. 1825 in PA. Children listed in 1880 census were: 1. William H. DONOVAN, age 6, born PA; 2. Mary Ann DONOVAN, age 3, born in Trenton, NJ; and 3. George H. DONOVAN, age 1, born in NJ. Any help is appreciated.
- Stacey Nordmeyer. knordmeyer1@cs.com. 13 August 2001.

DOWNING, READING:
DOWNING, READING family. Seeking further information about William Norman and Kate (Katie) READING DOWNING and family. They had the following child; Marjorie Furman DOWNING, dates of birth,death,whether married unknown. Kate (Katie) READING DOWNING died in 1899. Did William Norman DOWNING remarry? Any further information about them &/or descendants would be appreciated.
- Nancy Steiner. steiner@netcarrier.com. 6 August 2001.

DRAKE, WILCOX:
Was my ggggrandfather, Andrew J. DRAKE, abt 1825-1899, who lived in Bradford Co., Pa. and Elmira, Chemung Co, NY, the same Andrew Johnson DRAKE, born Mar 24, 1825 in Hopewell Twp., Hunterdon, now Mercer Co., NJ? There were other Andrew DRAKES born in Hopewell Twp.: Andrew, b Nov 27, 1778, Andrew, b abt 1798, and Andrew M., b 1844. My Andrew was the son of James DRAKE, 1796-abt 1860, and Hannah WILCOX, 1796-1858, who was from Orange Co., NY.
- Tim Drake. timdrake@pinn.net. Virginia Beach, Va. 16 January 2001.

EARDLEY:
Hello. My name is Godfrey Eardley and I am still researching my EARDLEY family in Trenton. My father Godfrey Sr. was born in Trenton in 1900. My grandfather in Trenton 1872. My greatgrand parents William and Theodosia with daughter Mary came to Trenton from England in 1872. On the 1900 Trenton Directory there are 10 EARDLEYs listed. I would like to make contact with any of these families. Any help would be appriciated.
- Godfrey Eardley. geardley@mail.win.org. 25 July 2001.

FEINNER / FEINER / FINER / FINAR:
My GGfather Ben FEINNER (or any spelling above) and GGmother Sophie RESNICK FEINNER lived in Trenton, NJ, starting 1887 or later. They had 1 to 3 children while living there. The first child was Louis FEINNER, born May 2, 1890. A possible second child, David, may have been born between Feb., 1891 and Aug., 1893. The other child, Sollie, was born May 19, 1894 but possibly not in Trenton. Also, Ben and Sophie may have been married in Trenton, probably between 1887 (her arrival) and 1890 (Louis' birth). Ben may have naturalized in Trenton, as he arrived in US in 1885. The spellings for any of this may be any of those listed on the top line, or anything else that would sound like "finer". Any help with any of this would be greatly appreciated. I will pay for any certs or other documents you provide. Thank you very much.
- Brad Feinner. bfeinner@yahoo.com. 4222 Howard Apt.A, Los Alamitos, CA 90720. 30 April 2001.

FITSER / FITSNER / FITZER / FITZNER:
I am looking for a man named Michael FITSER or FITSNER or FITZER or FITZNER. I don't know which is the right spelling. He lived in or around Trenton, NJ in 1952. He probably was in his teens or twenties. I really don't know. All I have is a name and area. If you have any info on any of these names please contact me. Thank You.
- Charlotte Thomas. LadyChar_T@yahoo.com. 13 April 2001.

FOGAL:
I am looking for any information on the FOGAL family. What I do know is Jacob FOGAL (Died in the 1950's) married Mary Fair FOGAL (born approx. 1876 died in 1950's and was half native american - Cherokee from the Dakota's) no later than January 1900. They had four children I'm not sure of birth order. Percy FOGAL (my grandfather) born Oct. 3, 1900, Leonard FOGAL, George FOGAL (possibly baptized in 1917) and one daughter Florence Fogal BREESE. The family was raised in the Hopewell, NJ area my mother says her father spoke of Mt. Rose, NJ. My grandfather Percy FOGAL Died at Mercer Hospital in August of 1984. This family is of Pennsylvania Dutch Desent. Any information that can lead me further on my quest would be appreciated.
- Wendy Melnick. melnick1@earthlink.net. 14 February 2001.

FORD:
I am looking for the information on Stephen FORD father of Hester FORD who married Frances BOWKER in 1826 at Washington Township, Burlington County (now Mercer County).
- Sherry Scull. sherryscull@msn.com. 13 August 2001.

FOX, CONELY / CONNELLY / CONNOR, HALLORAN, READING, READER:
Looking for further info on gr.gr.grandparents & family. Luke FOX, s/o Hugh & Mary FOX, was b.circa 1819, d.unk., marr.1849 in S. Trenton to Mary A. CONELY/CONNELLY/CONNOR, b.1829, d.unk, d/o David & Margaret. Luke and Mary A. FOX had following children;!. Joseph FOX, b&d.unk., marr.? 2. Daniel FOX, b.1858, Trenton, d.unk., marr. Katherine HALLORAN b.&d.unk, had 1. Michael FOX, b.1885, d.1936, marr? and 2. Thomas FOX, b.1886, d.1905, marr? Luke and Mary A. FOX also had a dau, Rosanna (Rose) FOX, b.1861, Trenton, d.1937, N.Y.C., marr. 1880, Trenton to Charles Paxon READING. Luke FOX poss. died before 1870, as Mary A. FOX & children are listed as living with Henry READER in 1870 census. Henry READER, d.1936 and buried in FOX/READING plot @ St.Marys Cem, Trenton.
- Nancy P. Steiner. steiner@netcarrier.com. 19 June 2001.

FRENCH, COHEE:
Looking for anyone with knowledge of Ruth COHEE and husband William FRENCH, living in Trenton, N.J. in the 1950's. I believe they may have lived on Cambria St. I am trying to find information on Ruth's mother whom I believe to be Violet SKINNER, wife of Ernest COHEE. Violet may have lived with William and Ruth until her death. Violet is the sister of my gg-grandmother Harriet SKINNER, daughters of George H. W. SKINNER of London, and Annie WATSON of N.Y. The SKINNERs moved to New Orleans, La., by 1860. Is anyone researching these lines? Thanks.
- Sally Viada. sgvjada@hotmail.com. New Orleans. 2 February 2001.

GIBERSON:
I am looking for any information pertaining to Joseph GIBERSON that I found listed in the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey 37:77 showing him on the tax list of 1773 in Nottingham Twp., Burlington County (now Mercer Co.) and also Guisbert GIBERSON listed on the 1774 tax list in Nottingham Twp., Burlington Co., (now Mercer Co.).
- Geneen Giberson. GenieLou2@aol.com. 27 November 2001.

GIBERSON:
I am looking for church records on the GIBERSON family that lived in Nottingham Twp. 1773-4 as listing showed Guisbert and Joseph in the Genealogical Magazine of NJ on the tax list.
- Geneen Giberson. GenieLou2@aol.com. 3 December 2001.

GOLDEN:
I am seeking information on the GOLDEN family who attended The Church of Saint Paul in Princeton during the mid to late 1800s. There may be a connection between them and my great-great grandmother, Mary Golden GRAY. They are buried in close proximity to one another in St. Paul's Cemetery. Names and dates are too similar to be merely a coincidence. Any information would be deeply appreciated.
- Ellie Lynch. EllieLynch@AOL.com. 6 June 2001.

GROVE/S:
Seeking info on any GROVE/S in Mercer County, Trenton area, mid 1800's to early 1900's. I have a William H. GROVES whose address was Lamberson Street, South Trenton (late 1860's) and any info on the following John C. GROVE (married to Margaret--possibly last name of FORD): "1881 & 1882 Trenton City Directory": GROVES John C. plasterer h 47 Butler Chambg; GROVES John C., plasterer, h 47 Butler, Chamb'g. "1900 Trenton Directory": GROVES John C, plasterer, h 1005 Chestnut av; GROVES John T, sawmaker, h 1005 Chestnut av. Any help appreciated!
- Suzanne Youmans. ROJO@wesnet.com. 23 April 2001.

HAINES:
I am trying to locate family of Earl Heaton HAINES. He was born Feb. 15, 1900, at Trenton, Mercer Co., NJ, according to his Social Security Application. His parents were William HAINES and Mary HEATON. He was in San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX, in 1936. He died in New Orleans, LA, in 1966. Any help much appreciated. I believe he is my grandson's greatgrandfather on his father's side. Thank you.
- Hara Pue. casperp@hctc.net. Comfort, Kendall Co. TX. 1 June 2001.

HALL:
Patricia Ann HALL, I would like to exchange roots information with you re: your Mercer County Query - 2001: "My father was August Joseph CHROMCZAK and my mother was Marlene Ann KENNEDY. - Patricia Ann Hall. feb201958@mvip.net. 8 January 2001."
- Francis Chromczak. dianmo@att.net. 5022 Cotton Valley, Christiansted, (US) VI 00820. 22 July 2001.

HEDDEN:
HEDDEN, Theodore. Lived in the Old Soldier's Children's Home in Trenton from 1865-1870 when we believe he rode the Orphan Train to Kansas where he lived until his death. Anyone with information about Theodore or the Old Soldier's Children's Home, please contact me.
- Arlene Dunkum. revtom@erols.com. 18 April 2001.

HERMANS / HEERMANCE:
I am looking for information regarding my grandfather, Dr. James HERMANS (b) 1875/76 (d) 1951. He was a dental surgeon. His last known address was Reid and Hillside Avenue, Ewing, Mercer County, NJ. I am looking for his place of burial and any other information regarding he and his wife, Alma HERMANS (maiden name BESSER) while they lived in Ewing. Thank you for any information.
- Kathy Del Russo. kdrusso@home.com. Brick, NJ. 19 March 2001.

HIGHT:
Searching for information on a Jacob HIGHT b. about 1775 in Hightstown. Jacob had five son who were Jacob, Josiah, Nicholas, Ellison or Allison, and Samuel. Samuel was my g-g-grandfather. Samuel was b. 4 Jan. 1803 in Hightstown. About 1812 or so, Jacob took his family and left NJ for N. KY and Southern OH area. I don't know who Samuel's mother was. I don't know how they are connected to the HIGHT family who founded Hightstown or not. Thanks.
- Jeff Palmer. twindad@pldi.net. 822 S. 6th St., Kingfisher, OK 73750. 5 September 2001.

HILL:
I am interested in any information regarding Samuel HILL, who came to the US between 1725 and 1750 and settled in the Trenton area.
- Jane M. Stone. jmstone2001@aol.com. 29 January 2001.

HUNT:
Looking for any information on Jonathan HUNT b 25 May 1765 Hopewell, Hunterdon (now Mercer) Co., NJ. He married Rebecca EDDY ca 1786 and removed with his family to Eden, Erie, NY ca 1818. He is the son of Azariah HUNT. May have lived in Sussex Co. before NY.
- Evelyn Buckingham. tolley@usit.net. 27 August 2001.

JEARUM:
JEARUM, William or Billie. Married to Edith POYNTER, Edith died in 1967, Billie in the 1940's. They lived in Hamilton Twp. Need info on Billie.
- Pat Gardner. howienpat@elitelink.net. 9 October 2001.

JOHNSON, GERRITS:
Searching for information on Garrut JOHNSON, wife Judith, children and parents. Garrut JOHNSON born about 1708 in Somerset County, New Jersey, the son of Rugter JOHNSON and Annetje GERRITS. Married Judith (maiden name unknown) circa 1729. Children are supposedly Joseph (born 1730), Cornelius (born 1732), Ann (1734), Rutgert (1735), Robert (1737), Elizabeth (1739), Mary Euncie (1740), Daniel (1745), Hannah (1748), Criston (1750), Patience (1752) and Eve (1754). Children from internet source and not proven by me. Children possibly born in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Son Joseph relocated to Newton, Bucks County, Pa with wife Hannah and their 8 children baptised at Newtown Presbyterian Church. Father Rutger died 1748 and left Garrut land along Delaware River about 7 miles North of Trenton where he developed ferry which is known on Bucks County, Pennsylvania side as McKonkey's ferry. Garrut died 1766 and buried in Pennington in what is now Mercer County, New Jersey.
- Martin Stewart. Bandit@erinet.com. 29 May 2001.

JOSLIN:
I am looking for any information to help me get my ancestors: Jacob Dunham JOSLIN, 1800's, Trenton, Mercer Co., N.J. Charles Alton JOSLIN, 1800's, Trenton, Mercer Co., N.J.
- Debbie Joslin. Joslin@pris.ca. 13 November 2001.

JOSLIN:
I am looking for any information on Jacob Dunham JOSLIN (1800's) and Charles Alton JOSLIN, who I believe is his son. Charles Alton JOSLIN married to Laura Jane EVANS. The only good information I have is that they worked for Globe Rubber Co.
- Debbie Joslin. Joslin@pris.ca. 13 November 2001.

KELLY:
Looking for information on a William KELLY married in Mercer County 1-20-1848 to a Mary????. Thank you.
- Lory McGranahan. Lmc776@aol.com. 22 July 2001.

KIRWAN / KERVIN, CLOANY / CLONEY:
Thomas KIRWAN/KERVIN married the widow Anna CLOANY/CLONEY in Trenton in 1865. (The first spelling is from their marriage record, the second is the way they later spelled.) They left New Jersey and ended up in Illinois.
- Paul Kervin. dc-hq@msn.com. 6 April 2001.

KITE:
I am searching For the parents/siblings, bd, dd, place of birth and place of death of my GGrandfather Walter KITE b.1887. He married Catherine KULP b.1888. I found them listed in the 1920 Trenton, NJ, Mercer Co. census @ 1 Barbara Street with the following children: Ella, Evelyn, Dorothy, and Winfield. If you know anything on this family please contact.
- Kim H. Pate. Jerseygirlinohio@msn.com. 17 July 2001.

KULP:
I am searching for the parents/siblings, bd, dd, place of birth, and place of death of my GGrandmother Catherine KULP b.1888. She married Walter KITE b.1887. They had 4 children that I know of: Ella, Evelyn, Dorothy, and Winfield. I found this family in the 1920 Trenton, NJ, Mercer Co. census @ 1 Barbara Street.
- Kim H. Pate. Jerseygirlinohio@msn.com. 17 July 2001.

LANDAUER:
I am looking for information on Ezekiel/Harry LANDAUER and would like to get in touch with his descendents. He is one of the two sons of Carl Theordore LANDAUER, and was born around 1895 possibly in Canton, Fulton Co., IL or Peoria, Peoria Co., IL. His given name was Ezekiel, but he was known to members of my husband's family as "Great Uncle Harry". My husband is the grandson of Robert Perry LANDAUER, who was Ezekiel's brother. Robert Perry started living with the Allen Kelso GREEN family as a young boy after the death of his mother, Henrietta LANDAUER in 1907. As of the 1910 Peoria City Federal census, I find Ezekiel (15) and Carl Theodore (45) living together, but Robert Perry, who would have been 11 years old then, is not there. Carl Theodore's obituary says that Ezekiel was living in Trenton, Mercer Co., NJ as of 5 Aug 1941. My sister-in-law, Barbara, says she remembers meeting a woman named "Rose" around 1958, who was a daughter of Ezekiel, and she was from New Jersey. I would love to make contact with any of the relatives on this side of the family.
- Judy Landauer. geniegal@g14.myrf.net. 11 September 2001.

LANE, UPDIKE, FORCE:
Looking for the parents of Jerusha UPDIKE. She was born about 1770 in Mercer Co., possibly near Hopewell. She married David FORCE and move to Tompkins Co., NY. Her mother's maiden name was LANE, but the given names of her parents is not known. If you have any information, even of LANE families living in Mercer Co. at the time, please contact me. Thanks.
- Mike Morrissey. mikemorr@hotmail.com. 21 March 2001.

LASKEY, BICKLEY:
My GGGMother, Emily LASKEY, is reported to have been born in Trenton, NJ, July 2, 1820. Her parents were Edward LASKEY and Abigail BICKLEY. I believe they were originally from Pennsylvania. By 1840, and possibly as early as 1830, Abigail LASKEY is listed in the Philadelphia census. She may have returned there after her husband died in NJ. Is there a source for births and deaths in Trenton during the period 1815-1835/40? If so, I would appreciate help locating my LASKEYs in New Jersey.
- Polly Zashin. zashin@ameritech.net. 22 January 2001.

LEIGH:
Researching James LEIGH, m. in Burslem, England, to Ethel Dean TOMLINSON, trained in pottery work, may have run a store in Trenton. Preached at Methodist Church on Clinton Ave. Died 1910 leaving wife and children. Children, Bertha, Edith (Nell), Elsie, Ethel, James, Harry, Mable. Interested in any information.
- Faith Ann Dressler. FaithAnnD@aol.com. 22 April 2001.

LOCKE:
I'm looking for any information about the following LOCKEs who lived in Mercer County. I'd like to find more detailed information about Lysander Dexter LOCKE and family, as well as his brother Owen H. LOCKE and family. In 1880: Census Place: 3rd Ward, District 1, Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey. Source: FHL Film 1254788 National Archives Film T9-0788 Page 251A. Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace. Lysander D. LOCK Self M M W 43 MA. Occ: Shoe Dealer Fa: MA Mo: MA. Jennie LOCK Wife F M W 42 N J. Occ: Keeps House Fa: N J Mo: N J. Mabel LOCK Dau F D W 6 N J. Fa: MA Mo: N J. George L. UPDYKE Other M S W 23 N J. Occ: Clerk In Store Fa: N J Mo: N J. Lizzie UPDYKE Other F S W 26 N J. Occ: Boarding Fa: N J Mo: N J. There is a second entry: Census Place: 1st Ward, District 1, Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey. Source: FHL Film 1254788 National Archives Film T9-0788 Page 161D. Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace. Lysanuer D. LOCKE Self M M W 42 MA. Occ: Shoe Store Fa: MA. Mo: MA. Mary J. LOCKE Wife F M W 42 N.J. Fa: N.J. Mo: N.J. Mabel M. LOCKE Dau F S W 5 N.J. Occ: Attends School Fa: MA. Mo: N.J. Geo. L. OPDYKE Nephew M S W 21 N.J. Occ: Clerk Fa: N.J. Mo: N.J. Census Place: 1st Ward, District 1, Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey. Source: FHL Film 1254788 National Archives Film T9-0788 Page 161C. Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace. Owen H. LOCKE Self M M W 40 MA. Occ: Shoe Store Fa: MA Mo: MA. Elizabeth LOCKE Wife F M W 36 N.J. Fa: N.J. Mo: N.J. Thanks!
- Jerry Harrison. jroots@aol.com. Albuquerque, NM. 19 September 2001.

LUKEMYER, DOUDNEY:
LUKEMYER which may also be spelled LUKEMYERS, LUKEMYRE(S), LUKEMEYER(S). My gggrandfather, Asa LUKEMYER married Anna E. DOUDNEY in Trenton, Mercer Co., NJ, March 16, 1853. I would like as much information as possible about either or both in either direction (ancestors/descendents). Thank you.
- Virginia Doudney Chastain. tx7usa@sbcglobal.net. 26 April 2001.

LYONS:
Trying to trace birth place of James H. LYONS of County Mayo, Ireland. He was born abt.1836 and immigrated in 1846 settling in Blawnburgh, Mercer County, N.J. This is just outside of Princeton. Married Ann CONNOR of Ireland in 1859. Possible siblings were Martin, Michael, Catherine, Matthew, Patrick, and John. All immigrated and settled in Mercer or Somerset County.
- Ted Lyons. ELyons1027@aol.com. 19 February 2001.

LYONS, MURRAY, MURRY, WHITE:
Seeking parents for Joseph James LYONS of Mercer Co., NJ. He was born 11 Dec. 1795 to parents who were NJ natives. He married Hannah WHITE, born 5 Feb. 1805 there. One of their issue, Mary Jane LYONS, b. 26 Aug. 1828, there, married James MURRAY of Ireland. This couple had their first child Rebecca MURRAY in Mercer Co., NJ in 1846 or 1847. I am also interested in the parents of James MURRAY.
- Antoinette Vawter. avawter1@email.msn.com. 9 May 2001.

MAAHSEN:
Looking for any information at all on Edmund Henry MAAHSEN m. Catherine M. TWIST or TWISS. They lived in Mercer County, NJ, late 1800's, early 1900's and had 5 children. Thank you.
- Pat Peoples. ppeoples@cfl.rr.com. 16 May 2001.

MATHISON / MATTHISON:
I'm looking for birth records and death records of my father William J. MATHISON (MATTHISON) who was born in Mercer County about 1909 and died around 1951. He lived all his life in Trenton, N.J. He met and married Marie Catherine SCHINDLER and fathered 3 children all born in Mercer County: Barbara, George, and James. George is now deceased. Any information regarding these records would be a great start for me to research my family tree.
- Barbara Mills. brodrigues@bmrealtor.com. 11 May 2001.

MCASKIE:
Researching David MCASKIE, b 24 July 1869 in Co Tyrone, Ireland - emigrated to Trenton, New Jersey, and married a Mrs. MCFARLAND, also from Co Tyrone. David married Miss Elizabeth TURNER on 02 Jan 1911 at Parsonage of Trinity ME Church Trenton - Rev Charles H. ELDER officiated. Their witnesses were Miss Anna DANBURY and Mr James R. MCLERNON. Address of both bride and groom was 216 Academy St. David died on 01 Mar 1920 at Trenton after a short illness.
- Heather Hunter. info@mccaskie.org.uk. In Scotland. 6 June 2001.

MCCREARY, Hopewell New Jersey Wagon Train:
I am looking for any information about the "Hopewell New Jersey Wagon Train". The time period is before 1800. The surname that I am researching is MCCREARY. The wagon train went to Missouri or Kentucky. E-mail me at:
- RosalieHRB. RosalieHRB@aol.com. 13 November 2001.

MCGETRICK:
Edward James MCGETRICK was my father and born in Trenton on 20 Sept 1908. His father was Thomas MCGETRICK and mother was Amelia SMITH according to his bird record. I do not have any other information about my father or grandparents. I know he had some brothers and possibly a sister. At some point the family moved to Cleveland, OH. Also, at some time they took the surname of SMITH. I would appreciate any information or help that anyone might be able to give at all and I thank you in advance.
- Mary Walton. itisme@rochester.rr.com. 27 August 2001.

MCGLONE, MCCOY:
Looking for information on Louis MCGLONE, b. about 1888 in Cork, Ireland, moved to Trenton NJ as a young child. He had several brothers and sisters: Owen, Patrick, John, Sara and Jenny. He married Helen Veronica MCCOY on January 24, 1917 at St. Joseph's Church, Trenton. I know that Helen had a brother Patrick, but I have no other information. Louis and Helen had four children: Louis, Edward, Helen and Catherine. Any information on either MCGLONE or MCCOY would be greatly appreciated.
- Dorothy DePalma. depalmas@optonline.net. 17 August 2001

MORRIS:
William MORRIS, born in Philadelphia, entered military service in 1776 and served as a drummer in in Captain William Tucker's Company, followed by enlistments in a number of Hunterdon County companies which included numerous military campaigns and battles, was discharged from military service in 1783 following a lengthy imprisonment on the British Prison Ship Jersey, having been captured while on service on the privateer "Rambler", which was taken in a battle with the British frigate "Amphytrion." He married a Mary Ann REED, resided all his life in the vicinity of Hamilton Square and became the common ancestor of a large family, including those descended from his son John, who was my great, great grandfather. A number of his descendants are buried in the Hamilton Square Baptist churchyard, as I believe he also may have been (though I have not been able to document his burial). A Revolutionary War pensioner, he resided in the Hamilton Square home of Mary BARBOUR at the time of his death. I'm seeking information about William's forbears and his life in Mercer County, and would be pleased to communicate with others sharing an interest in this man.
- A. Morris Everett. ampme@erols.com. Ellicott City, Maryland. 3 April 2001.

MORTON:
Looking for ancestors of a Mary or Anna MORTON m. Nathan ZIMMERMAN. She was from English descent. Her father ? MORTON had the distinction of being a soldier in the Revolutionary war under General Greene, and the Hessian army camped at one time on the MORTON farm near Trenton, New Jersey. Nathan and Mary had two children that I know of: Ezekiel ZIMMERMAN b.1808, and John ZIMMERMAN b. 1805. Time period: mid to late 1700's. Any connection to this family would be super! Thank you.
- Chris Sykes. acsykes@sssnet.com. 26 December 2001.

MOSES:
Seeking information on James and/or John MOSES, emigrated from Co. Tyrone, N. Ireland 1850-1860 to Trenton, NJ. Associated with Mercer Pottery Co., Glasgow Pottery Co., Trenton Watch Co. and Mechanics Bank. Namesake of James Moses Public School, Trenton, NJ. James died Springlake, NJ 1920. Spouse unknown. Had daughters Vera, Ethel and Laura. John's spouse Olivia Gardiner FORMAN. John died Trenton, 1902. Children Howard, Frederick, Arthur, Helen, Walter. May have been President of Mechanics National Bank 1887. Would welcome any information regarding any of these individuals.
- Tim Moses. tmoses@aci.on.ca. 27 November 2001.

MUSHETT:
I am seeking information regarding William MUSHETT who resided at 42 Maple Avenue, Trenton, Mercer Co., N.J. according to the 1920 census. He was born in 1855, married Helen (last name unknown) and they had 6 children: William, George, Margaret, Alfred, Thomas and Robert. I am seeking Williams' parent's names, or any other info on the MUSHETT surname, especially the MUSHETTs from N.J. Thank you for any information you can send.
- Chuck Mushett. cmatacc@yahoo.com. 17 August 2001.

NELSON, McCLAIN, GOMINGER, McCLURE, HARTMAN, PIERSON, PEARSON, CHALE, MONK, HAMFORD:
I am trying to make a connection between my family and the family of Aaron and Nancy PIERSON or PEARSON, of Groveville and later Trenton NJ. I have a 5X7 studio portrait of a WWII soldier labeled Lester PIERSON, that came from my grandmother's house. My one surviving uncle, himself a WWII veteran, remembers going with his mother to visit a large family named PIERSON, but he doesn't know of a blood connection. My NELSON grandparents were 1st cousins (which my brother always says EXPLAINS a lot....) Anyway, their fathers James and Joseph NELSON were brothers, raised in Groveville in the 1850's, both fought in a NJ regiment in the Civil War. 1870 Groveville census. Aaron PEARSON age 39, a ships' caulker. wife Nancy age 27. Next door is my g grandfather James NELSON with his wife Agnes GOMINGER. 1880 Bordentown, Burlington Co. 2nd Ward. Aaron PEARSIN age 51, ships' caulker. Wife Nancy, sons Charles, Joseph, Richard, Edward. No near neighbors are familiar, but Bordentown is only 1 square mile. By 1880, James NELSON & family are here also, in the 3rd Ward. 1885, NJ state census, Chambersburg, Mercer Co: my other great grandparents, Joseph NELSON & Mary McCLAIN. 2 doors away are Aaron PEIRSON, Nancy, and sons Joseph, Richard, Edward, Alfred & Lester. 1886 Trenton city directory. Aaron PEARSON, ships' caulker, is at 420 Jefferson St in Chambersburg. In 1887 he is at 642 N. Willow St, Trenton. I found the Trenton TImes obituary of the Lester PIERSON of my WWII photo, and then used that & the SSDI to find obits. of some of his brothers & sisters. His brothers were (surprise!) Edward & Alfred. Sisters were Anna Pierson CHALE, who died in Hamilton twp age 96 in 1992, and Elizabeth MONK, of Lawrence Twp, who died in 1991. According to the obit for Anna Chale, these were the children of Richard PIERSON and Ella HAMFORD. I'm wondering if Nancy, the wife of Aaron Pierson, might have been born a NELSON, HARTMAN, GOMINGER or McCLAIN. Any info about this family will be appreciated. Any relative who wants a copy of Lester's photo may have one.
- Nancy Cassada Nelson. nancycassadanelson@yahoo.com. Bordentown, NJ. 24 September 2001.

NUCUEWUCZ, SAKIEY, OLANSKI:
Looking for my mother-in-law's relative. They all lived in Mercer Co. Some were baptised at Holy Cross Church and Cathedral. My mother-in-law was Sophie Miciewicz SAKIEY. Her mother Michalina (OLANSKI ?sp) died Nov. 1949, father was Anthony MICIEWICZ. The children were--Helen (SVRYK), Lillian (KRAUSE), Frank MICZEWICZ, Sophie (SAKIEY), Nellie (BARBER) Eleanor (TOOTS). The only one alive is Nellie. I know some of these names are related, but not sure how RADZIWON, WITKOWSKI. I would love to hear from anyone related to them, it is important that my children know all of their heritage. Not just mine. Sophie had 12 children--Paul, Helen, Suzanne, Patricia, Francis, Raymond (my husband) Michalina, James, Eleanor, Louise, Joseph Thomas (called Tommy) and Alice. Thank-you.
- Evelyn. EvelynIrishAngel@cs.com. 29 January 2001.

OPDYKE, WHARTON:
In Mercer County near Trenton in Maidenhead, lived a miller named John OPDYKE his wife was Rebecca WHARTON. John died in 1819 and his widow in 1831. John and Rebecca often told of a place called Shoemakers MIlls can anyone tell where that was? Also we know that Rebecca was a Quakeress with a brother named Moses. I think their father was Richard. I am looking for information about the life of John OPDYKE and for the family of his wife Rebecca WHARTON. All help is appreciated. Please send to me at:
- Harriet Irish. Ireallyamnot@hotmail.com. 8 January 2001.

OVERTURF:
Mary OVERTURF died 21 Feb 2001, last residence in Princeton, Mercer County, NJ, according to SSDI. She had lived in Nebraska and Idaho. Can I get an obituary? If someone can find it, or tell me how, I will be grateful.
- Margaret Flory. j.flory@worldnet.att.net. 22 April 2001.

PARSONS, CRISP, BEERS, BOOZ, GLACKIN:
Seeking further info about gr.gr.grandparents & family. John PARSONS, b.unk, Eng. d.unk., marr. Mary Jane CRISP, b.unk, Eng., d.unk. They had the following children; 1. Thomas PARSONS, b.1857, Eng., d.1915, Phila, Pa., buried Trenton, marr.? 2. Alice PARSONS, b.1859, Eng. d.unk. marr. Joseph E. BEERS, b.&d.unk. They lived at one time @ 6 Cooper St., Trenton. 3. John W. PARSONS, b.1866, Trenton, d.1917, marr. Emma R. 4. George Edw. PARSONS, b.1868, Trenton, d.1923, marr.1890, Trenton to Lillian BOOZ, b.1873, d.1943. (Lillian marr.#2, Charles GLACKIN).
- Nancy P. Steiner. steiner@netcarrier.com. 19 June 2001.

PERSON, BRANDOW, VANHISE:
I am looking for any info on these families: Delia PERSON m. Peter BRANDOW; 1dau. Mary Ellen BRANDOW b. 1846; they were from Catskill, NY. Mary m. John H. VANHISE of Trenton, NJ. Any help would be welcomed., Thanks.
- Catherine A. Klug. Summerwinds65@aol.com. 5 September 2001.

PLUMLEY:
I am seeking information on the PLUMLEY family of Mercer County. John PLUMLEY was born in 1778 in NJ and died 17 June 1863 in Trenton, Mercer County. He is on the 1830 Hunterdon Co., Lawrence TWP (now Mercer Co.) Census; the 1840 Mercer Co, Lawrence TWP Census, the 1850 Middlesex Co, S. Brunswick TWP in the home of his son Benjamin F. PLUMLEY; and the 1860 Mercer Co., Trenton 2W in the home of his son-in-law James MARTIN. He married Mary (HART?) and had children: Benjamin Franklin, Abraham C., Eliza Ann. Benjamin Franklin PLUMLEY (b. 9 Mar 1815) married Mary MCDONALD and had eight children. Please contact me if you have information on this family.
- Marti Marshall. marti@industryinet.com. 30 July 2001.

POWERS, TABER:
John Vance POWERS and Mary TABER, known as Mollie P. Family says John Vance POWERS was the Mayor of Chambersburg in 1877-1878...have yet to verify that.
- Penny Hayter. pshayter@excite.com. 26 April 2001.

PRESTON:
James W. PRESTON son of James and Silence Chamberlain PRESTON, was born in Trenton, NJ, Oct 12, 1826. When he was nine he and his parents went to St. Louis, Mo., then three years after to Morgan County, Ill, where he was for 15 years, and then to Greene Co., Ill. He was in the Civil War. He was an engineer on the Mississippi for 15 years. Is anyone researching this family. Would love to learn more about his parents and siblings if any.
- Betty Richardson. brich@ddc.net. 30 April 2001.

PRICE, HOUGHTON:
Am searching for info on Richard Palmer PRICE who married Nancy HOUGHTON in Hopewell, NJ abt 1814. Nancy was born in Hopewell 28 Jan 1796 to William and Margaret HOUGHTON. Searching for Richard's parents' names and origin.
- Michael G. Price. mgprice@clarityconnect.com. 14 January 2001.

PURDUM / PERDUM, PAXTON / PAXSON, READING:
Seeking info about gr.gr.grandparents & family. Catherine PURDUM/PERDUM, b.1839, Princeton, d.unk, !st marr.1856, Trenton, to Thomas PAXTON/PAXSON, b&d? of Bucks Co, Pa. They had 1. Charles PAXTON, b.? d.1904, marr.1880 to Rosanna/Rose FOX. 2. Mary FrancesPAXTON, b.1860. d.1861. Did Thomas PAXTON die by 1862? Catherine PURDUM PAXTON marr.#2 in 1863, Trenton to Jonathan READING, b.1825 d.1899. Charles and Mary Frances PAXTON used the READING name after the remarriage of their mother. Jonathan & Catherine PURDUM PAXTON READING had the following children; 1. Joseph READING, b.1862, d.1929, marr.#1- Sarah GRINEN, marr.#2- Mary SMITH. 2. Edward McClurg READING, b.1865, d.1927, marr.#1- Mary EVERETT, marr.#2- Carolyn T. LINGEMAM. 3. Lizzie Britt READING, b.1869, d.1899, marr. Arthur CLARK. 4. Kate READING, b.1875, d.1899, marr. Norman DOWNING. Any further help would be appreciated.
- Nancy P. Steiner. steiner@netcarrier.com. 20 June 2001.

RATHBONE, KRAUSE, JOHNSTON, FRANKS, DEAN, MAHAN:
RATHBONE, Harry / KRAUSE, Minnie / JOHNSTON, George / FRANKS, Matthew / DEAN, Edward / MAHAN, Alma // All lived in Mercer County, Ewing Township & Lawrence Township. Mathew FRANKS had a farm in Ewing Township, Harry RATHBONE married Minnie KRAUSE and lived in Ewing Township, George JOHNSTON married Alma MAHAN and they lived in Ewing Township. If any one has any other information please contact me. grammydot@usa.net. Thank You.
- Dorothy Franks. grammydotty@juno.com. 19 November 2001.

READING, KLEMMER:
READING, KLEMMER Family of Mercer Co. Looking for further information about Joseph and Sarah GRINEN READING and family. They had the following known children; #1. Sarah READING, b.1882,d.? marr.? #2. Kate READING, b.1884,d.? marr.? #3. Estella Van Fleet READING, b.1887,d.? marr. ?KLEMMER. Joseph READING, remarried after 1900 to Mary A. BAILY, who had sons Harry and Walter BAILY. They lived @ 139 Pennington Ave, Trenton, in 1920. He died in 1929, the funeral being held at the home of his daughter, Estella KLEMMER, 430 Monmouth St., Trenton. Any further information about this family or descendants would be appreciated.
- Nancy Steiner. steiner@netcarrier.com. 6 August 2001.

REED:
I am looking for information about my GGG grandparents Charles REED born abt. 1789, and died in Lawrence Twp., New Jersey. He married Elizabeth Sarah BLACKWELL. She was born abt. 1790.
- Harvey Roff. hroff@bigvalley.net. 4 May 2001.

RICHARDSON:
Searching for David or William (could be David William) RICHARDSON born in 1764 PA, wife Anna born 1771 in NJ. They lived in Mercer County, NJ in 1803 and later moved to Ohio. Children were: Issac, David, Elizabeth, Mary, James, John, William C. 1801 PA and Joseph 1803 NJ (my 3rd great grandfather). Any help to find my roots would be greatly appreciated and if a match is found I will share info gladly. I would also like to find the marriage date for David William and Anna.
- Cynthia Anne Richardson. cyntrich@sunflower.com. Webpage: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/r/i/c/Cynthia-A-Bonham/index.html. 19 March 2001.

ROBBINS, HATRWICK/HARQUIT, ARCHER, LYONS, DUNPH(E)Y:
Searching for information on the ROBBINS family of Hightstown, Mercer County. Charles ROBBINS (b 1817, d 1885) m. Catherine HARTWICK/HARQUIT in 1839. Believed to have first resided in Princeton around 1840 and then moved at some point to Hightstown. Am specifically looking for data on Charles ROBBINS and his parents and ancestors. Any info apreciated, especially how the ROBBINS' of Hightstown are related to each other.
- Vincent Robbins. Corco3@home.com. 14 February 2001.

ROFF / RUFF:
Searching for information on the ROFF family of Trenton, Mercer County. August ROFF (b1856, d1924) wife Pauline (b1866, d1949). Daughters Anna, Augusta, Amelia and son August. August, Pauline, and daughter Anna came to the U.S. about 1890 from Poland or Prussia. They lived on Brunswick Ave. in Trenton, N.J.
- Harvey A. Roff. hroff@bigvalley.net. 30 April 2001.

ROGERS:
Seeking any info. on Rachel ROGERS, b. March 16, 1727, d. March 17, 1791, wife of John ROGERS. Their house built in 1761, still stands in Mercer County Park, West Windsor, [formerly Nottingham Twp.?]. Thank you very much.
- Mary Zimmerman. maryzimmy@yahoo.com. 49 Clay Street, Milltown, NJ 08850. 11 September 2001.

RUNOWICZ:
I want to know if my ancestor, Boleslaw(?) RUNOWICZ, brother of Kazimierz RUNOWICZ migrated from Russia (Bielorussia?) and settled in Mercer County. I am not sure if his name was Boleslaw, he probably changed his first name. He emigrated to the US close to 1900. My Great great grandfather was Kazimierz RUNOWICZ. Thanks.
- Alicja Gonciarz. pedrog@videotron.ca. 3 April 2001.

SALTMER:
My name is Graham Saltmer, I live in Perth Australia. I am researching my family name SALTMER. I note that there are 2 SALTMERs listed in the records of the Old Mill Society. A George S. SALTMER, an inspector of 340 Berwyn Ave and a Mary SALTMER, widow of Charles, of 36 Seward Ave., Trenton. I would like to find out more about these two individuals.
- Graham Saltmer. graham@monts.com.au. 27 November 2001.

SAVAGE, DEAVITT:
I would appreciate any information on Thomas SAVAGE who fought in the Revolutionary War, his son John SAVAGE, and his grandson Thomas SAVAGE, born February 2, 1802 in New Jersey, near Trenton, all in my direct family line of ancestors. Thomas SAVAGE's family (they may have spelled last name as SAVIDG) is supposed to be of English origin and came to America at an early day and settled in New Jersey, near Trenton (Mercer County). Some of that family including the grandson Thomas moved to Pennsylvania at the age of 10, after the war of 1812. Thomas SAVAGE married Miss ?? first and then Hannah APPLEGATE. Children of his first wife: John married Elizabeth DEAVITT; Polly married Thomas HOWELL; Thomas married and resided in Philadelphia; Hannah married Winson DYE; William married Miss ???; Rachel married Mr. WATERMAN. Children of his second wife, Hannah APPLEGATE: Patty married Joseph KEELER and Richard married Peggy WILSON. I am looking for some verification that Thomas SAVAGE fought in the Rev. War, any information about his first wife, information on John SAVAGE and Elizabeth DEAVITT, and any early information on the first Thomas SAVAGE.
- Jack Sossoman. jsossoman@cox.net. 10 January 2001.

SCHUCHARDT:
I am researching my mother's family. They lived in the Trenton and Princeton areas in the early 1900's. My mother was born in Mercer Hospital on Aug. 17, 1926. Her maiden name was SCHUCHARDT.
- Chuck Schmidt. chuckschmidt@hotmail.com. 18 April 2001.

SCHWARTZ:
I am looking for any information regarding the family of John SCHWARTZ m. Mary HARTMAN. They would have been in the Trenton, NJ, area in the mid to late 1800's. They had at least one daughter named Catherine Louise, born in Trenton in August of 1880. Thank you!
- PPeoples. PPEOPLES@aol.com. 16 May 2001.

SEDLOW:
Looking for information on David SEDLOW who was living in Trenton, in Mercer Co. in the 1850s; he had a daughter name Ann A. SEDLOW who was born July 1, 1852 in Trenton, NJ. Would like to know who David SEDLOW parents are. Thank-You.
- Vicki Johnston. vicgene@rosenet.net. 13 August 2001.

SIMONSON:
SIMONSONs of Mercer County/Trenton area of NJ. Abraham (probably Dutch) and wife had a son, Abraham in 1790. He married Elizabeth CLARK from the Stoney Creek area. Her parents had a gristmill. They could have been Benjamin CLARK and Sara SWAIN or ZANE (Irish?) Abrahm II and ELizabeth Clark left for Western Virgina @ 1832. Any links appreciated!!
- Hopkin Davies. hmd50@earthlink.net. 11 September 2001.

SINCHAK:
Stehpen SINCHAK, born in Trebrsv Czechoslovakia, lived in Trenton, NJ, Mercer County. Was married there in 1924 Jan 23 to Esther L MACKEY. Their two oldest daughters were born in Mercer County, Trenton, NJ.
- Connie Mackey. clmcem@hostpro.net. 16 May 2001.

SKRAJEWSKI:
Looking for any information on the SKRAJEWSKI family of Trenton, Mercer Co., NJ. Joseph SKRAJEWSKI (1849-1907) and wife Mary HOFFMAN. Immigrated from Germany, they had three sons: Joseph (1883-1964), John (1887-1969), and David (1890-1961). Joseph married Anna TUNDER, John married Rose ECKSTEIN, and David married Agnes ECKSTEIN. Both Rose and Agnes were the daughters of Peter ECKSTEIN and Rose ?(possibly a DEMPSKY/DEMSKI). Any info would be appreciated.
- Lee Guyermelli. jrz_devil@hotmail.com. 5 September 2001.

SMITH:
I am trying to find more information about my GG Grandparents George Washington SMITH (b. 1790? d. 16 Mar 1857), his first wife Mahala EGE, second wife Phebe SMITH (b. 1782? d. 6 Aug 1865), and their children. So far I know of three children, but believe there were eleven. The ones I know of are: Alfred (b. 1821 d ?), Mary A. (b. 1826 d. ?), Andrew S. (b 24 Apr 1832 d. 20 Jul 1902) my G Grandfather, and Thomas R. (b. 1834 d. ?). They resided in or near Hopewell Twp., and in Mercer Country, NJ. According to the infromation (?) I have, Hopewell was named by one of my ancestors in the late 1680's, who was Andrew SMITH.
- Carol A. Byers. cabyers@softcom.net. 832 Ryan Ct., Gilroy, CA 95020. 18 April 2001.

SMITH:
According to the Trenton Times my grandfather, Frank G. SMITH drowned in the Trenton canal on May 26, 1913. The article says he was a "potter" with the Belmont Pottery and they assume he drowned when he attempted to jump from the dock to a canal boat named "The Governer Wilson" The Captain of the boat was Leo SMITH, his son. If anyone knows anything about either the canal boat or the pottery companies in Trenton, any info would be appreciated.
- KSmith. KSmith6310@aol.com. 13 April 2001.

SNOOK, FISHER:
Marriage records for 1840 show William SNOOK wed Jemima FISHER in Hopewell. They had a son named Joseph V. SNOOK who died 5/5/1862, at age 20 years. I am especially interested in the burial place for Joseph, and if I knew when his parents died and where they were buried it might give me a lead to locate him.
- Bob MacAvoy. macavoy@ix.netcom.com. 19 September 2001.

SPROUSE:
Seeking birth/death information on: Robert L. SPROUSE, born in Trenton, NJ, around 1955 or 1956. Born in St. Francis Hospital, Trenton, NJ. Buried in: Ewing Cemetery, Ewing, NJ. Any information provided is appreciated. Thank you.
- Mary L. Sprouse. eagleone5@hotmail.com. 29 January 2001.

STEINER, REINERT, NEULS, BLACKMON, KLOCKNER, KOTZ, RILEY:
Looking for gr.grandfathers brother & family. John STEINER, b.1850 d. 1943, Trenton, marr.#1 Anna Marie REINERT, b.1857, d.1898. Had the following children; Pauline STEINER, b.1884, d.1973, marr. Charles NEULS, Rosa STEINER b.1887, d.unk, marr. George BLACKMON, William Julius STEINER, b.1892, d.1979, marr. Mildred KLOCKNER, had sons John and William J. STEINER, Florence Bantle STEINER b.1896 d.1994, marr.Edward KOTZ, Mary STEINER b&d.unk., marr.? RILEY.
- Nancy P. Steiner. steiner@netcarrier.com. 19 June 2001.

STEINER, ZIEGLER, ADAMS, TASKY, MOTISCHA, JONES:
Seeking gr.grandfathers sister and family. Mary STEINER b.unk. d.1955, marr. John ZIEGLER and had the following children; Peter ZIEGLER, b.1894, d.unk, marr. Charlotte? had children, Eleanor, who marr.? TASKY, Marion, who marr.? MOTISCHA, and Charlotte, who marr.? JONES, Christina ZIEGLER, b.1897, d.1986, marr. William ADAMS, John F.ZIEGLER JR. b.1901, d.1978, marr. Katherine?, Karl Frederick ZIEGLER, b.1901, d.1978, marr. Florence? and Herman ZIEGLER, b.1905, d.unk. The family lived and may still be living in Hamilton Square.
- Nancy P. Steiner. steiner@netcarrier.com. 19 June 2001.

SZARZYNSKI:
My grandfather Joseph SZARZYNSKI raised eight children in Mercer Co. and died there in 8/7/1910. I am looking for any information on his family or connections to others.
- Deb Rivette. drivette@concentric.net. 25 July 2001.

TAYLOR:
I am looking for information about Elias TAYLOR born around 1835-1840 in Hamilton (then Trenton), NJ. I believe his family owned a farm in the Hamilton/White Horse area. He married Ednietta MOUNT, who was from Hightstown. They were of Presbyterian faith. They had a daughter Sarah Jane, born 1861 (1862), who was my great grandmother. Can you tell me anything about Elias? When was he born? When he died, where? And most importantly, what was his father's first name? Thank you for your help.
- Lynn Tritremmel. ltrit@yahoo.com. 20 February 2001.

TITUS:
TITUS, Samuel Howard. Searching for my gr-grandfather b. June 16, 1860 in Trenton, NJ. All I I know of him is that he married Lillian Olinski(y) BROUGHTON b. Quincy, ILL, in 1867. They lived in Ks., had 6 children (including my grandmother, Daisy) and died in Hutchison, Ks, 1934/1946 respectively.
- Bonnie Miller. rlmiller@qosi.net. 21 June 2001.

TOWNSEND:
Looking for the possibility that Harry Demarest TOWNSEND was born Dec. 6, 1874 in or around Mercer Co. area. Parents are Zachariah TOWNSEND and Harriet Hann PILGRIM. Would anyone have information or connections. We believe that Harry played piano for the Princeton choir but have no firm facts. Thanks!
- Maeddychar. maeddychar@aol.com. 5 September 2001.

VAN HISE / VANHICE, THOMPSON:
The surnames I am searching for are Isaac VAN HISE/VANHICE, and Sarah THOMPSON and their parents. These people were married in Trenton -- 1832.
- Evelyn Van Hise Harper. elharp@terragon.com. 22 April 2001.

VAN KIRK:
Searching for information about John or William VAN KIRK, farmers, born in Princeton Township, Mercer County, New Jersey 1811, any information would be appreciated - also any information on any VAN KIRK family living in Princeton Township, Mercer County, New Jersey before 1811 would be helpful.
- Pankaj and Virginia Das. virginiadas@email.msn.com or das@ecse.rpi.edu or das@cwc.ucsd.edu. 939 Coast Boulevard # LE, La Jolla, CA 92037. (858) 454-9195. 5 December 2001.

VANHISE, BRANDOW:
I am searching for John H. VANHISE family of (Trenton), he married Mary E. BRANDOW (born 1846 d.1917). Their Children were; John H, George F., Edward, Oliver. Evelyn, Grace and Jenny. Any help would be appreciated. Thank You.
- Catherine A. Klug. Summerwinds65@aol.com. 27 August 2001.

VANHISE, Poulson VanHise Funeral Home:
Does anyone know if there is still a funeral home in Trenton, once named Poulson VanHise. I would appreciate info. address, name changed etc. Researching VANHISE in Trenton early... 1800's. Thank you.
- Catherine A. Klug. Summerwinds65@aol.com. 22 October 2001.

WATKIN:
Looking for Thomas WATKIN b. 1860 in Newcastle Under Lyme, came to Amer. with his wife, Jane Hughes WATKIN, in abt. 1879-80. Lived in Trenton with his brother Richard in 1880. Thomas and Jane had children: Thomas b. 1881 in Trenton also two others then moved on to E. Liverpool, Ohio.
- Yvonne Watkin. ywatkin@cox.net. 20716 N. 69th Ave., Glendale, AZ 85308. 24 September 2001.

WATKIN:
I would like to know where to find birth records in Mercer Co. for: John T. WATKIN(S) b. in Trenton, NJ May 1881; Harry WATKIN(S) b. Oct. 1883; William WATKIN(S) b. Dec. 1885; Alford WATKIN(S) b. Dec. 1887. At one time this family was living on Grant St. Parents were: Thomas WATKIN b. 1860 in England and Jane Hughes WATKIN b. 1861 in England. Jane came to NJ in 1878 and Thomas 1879. Thanks for any suggestions.
- Yvonne Watkin. ywatkin@cox.net. 9 October 2001.

WELLS:
WELLS, Margaret E. Am searching and will share information with anyone on my G Aunt Margaret E. WELLS, who in the 1920s was the Director of Practis(c)e at the State Normal School in Trenton, New Jersey. Margaret E. WELLS was born in Reading, Pa. 10/18/1879 to William Moore and Elizabeth (Lizzy) WELLS. Her brothers are: Dan R. WELLS, William Moore WELLS, and a sister Lydia WELLS, all born in Reading, Pa. Margaret E. WELLS was buried with her parents at Charles Evans Cemetery in Reading, Pa. on 09/09/1953. She never married, and wrote several books. Was involved in education all her life. Thank You.
- William Moore Wells. wmwells@earthlink.net. 7126 N. Fenwick St., Portland, Oregon 97217-5654. 25 July 2001.

WERNER:
Ignatz and Mary WERNER (Polish immigrants) as listed in 1920 census. Children: Stephen, Stella, Bertha, Mary, Frank, Helen.
- Joann M. Werner. joannwerner@msn.com. 121 Orchard Ave., Battle Creek, Mi 49017. 30 April 2001.

WHITE:
Greetings, I'm seeking info G. WHITE, Lawernceville-R.E.Haines, Robbinsocilley be around 1900's, they have hired students of Carlisle Indian school, Pa. Any info would be grateful.
- Robert Shawboose. asterddamm@msn.com. 3 December 2001.

WHITE, HENRY:
My WHITE ancestors lived in both Bucks County, PA, and Mercer (formerly Hunterdon County), NJ. Joseph WHITE m. to Unis/Unity/Eunice (unknown maiden name) lived on White's Island (now Rotary Island in the Delaware). Their son, Nathan WHITE (1779-1845) married Hannah HENRY (1791, living as per the Trenton City Directory, 1859). Nathan and Henry had 11 children: Harvey G. WHITE (1810-1864, Harriet WHITE (1812-1837; m. to Israel MARGERUM), Joseph H. WHITE (1814-1856), Anna Eliza WHITE (1816-?), John W. WHITE (1818-?), Nathan WHITE, Jr. (1821-?), Henry T. WHITE (1823-?), A. Smith WHITE (1825-?), Charles WHITE (1828-?), William H. WHITE (1831-?), and Courtland Yardley WHITE. Courtland Yardley WHITE (born in Trenton in 1834) moved to Philadelphia by about 1860, but the other siblings lived in or near Trenton, with several in Bucks County across the river. Joseph WHITE was likely son of John WHITE. Any help appreciated!
- Peter White. peter-white@nc.rr.com. 29 January 2001.

WHITEHEAD:
I am trying to find out if the WHITEHEAD Brothers who had a business in the area of Trenton, NJ (I think it was the rubber industry) are related to my NJ ancestors of Elizabeth Town ( arrived there from New Haven, CT in the second part of the 1600's and later, of other locations in NJ, namely Morristown, Union (Connecticut Farms) Chatham, Whippany, Westfield, Springfield, etc. Isaac WHITEHEAD was my GGGGGGGG grandfather. He was born in Kent, England in about 1624. After settling in New Haven, CT, he finally settled in Elizabeth Town, NJ. Sincerely.
- Geri Oliva. GeriTryonoviech@aol.com. Allentown, NJ. 27 August 2001.

WIBLE:
I am seeking information about the family of Robert George WIBLE who died in Princeton, N.J. in 1952 or 1953. He had three sons, Robert, Delbert and Melvin, and one daughter, Ida. Thank you for any information you may be able to provide.
- Kenneth Wible. kwible@landmarknet.net. Fryeburg, Maine. 12 March 2001.

WIESNER, ZEHNER, SUNNINGSHINE, HOPKINS:
I am trying to research my father's and mother's families. They both lived in the Trenton area from about 1880s to early 1900s. Father's surname: WIESNER. Father's mother's name: ZEHNER. Father's grandmother: SUNNINGSHINE. Mother's maiden name: HOPKINS.
- Susan Wiesner. Sawiesner@aol.com. 19 June 2001.

WINNEMORE:
Researching WINNEMORE family name, known to be living in Trenton, Mercer County, in 1900. Father Jehu WINNEMORE, mother Annie SIDWELL WINNEMORE, born abt 1842, died 1914 in Trenton, NJ. Sons Jehu WINNEMORE, born 1874, died 1948, And Rev. John Louis WINNEMORE, born 1878 and died 1945. Also daughter Annie KULP, wife of Harry KULP.
- Kathleen Berner Groll. Kagrag@att.net. 19 February 2001.

WRIGHT, KEMBLE:
I am searching for information on my father's family. My father John Heritage WRIGHT, Jr. was born in Trenton, NJ in 1914 and died in Glendale, CA in 2001. He had two brothers, Robert and David. Their father, John Heritage WRIGHT, lived in or near Princeton. He died c. 1918, and wife/mother, Ada Bechtel KEMBLE died c. 1925. All three boys were moved to the Masonic Home for Boys in Burlington, NJ.
- TKAde. TKAde@aol.com. 9 October 2001.

WYSZYNSKI:
I am researching Peter WYSZYNSKI, lived in Trenton for a large portion of his life, arriving before 1900. He had at least two siblings, Teophil and Alexandra. The brothers are buried in St. Hedwig's cemetery. Would like to learn more about the sister and parents.
- Dawn Gallagher. TheGs@bellatlantic.net. 19 June 2001.

YOUNG:
Searching for the parents of John YOUNG who was born in Trenton, NJ 1800. The family later resided in Danville, PA. John YOUNG died 1877 in Three Rivers, MI.
- Barbara Cousins. barbaracousins@yahoo.com. 7 February 2001.

ZOLTANSKI, SLABICKA:
I formerly resided in Trenton, New Jersey, and my dad was Naturalized in the Mercer County Court, and it occured prior to the time that the Naturalizations occured in the Federal District Court. My dad arrived here I believe after 1910, and he married my mother, Catherine (aka Katarzyna etc.), and also, the Surname of a lady in Polish is often written with an "a" at the end, instead of an "i". Thus, her surname may be "ZOLTANSKA". I lived at 1804 Chestnut Ave., until I joined the U.S. Navy in 1944. What information is available about my parents, i.e. Naturalization, dates of entry into the U.S., they arrived thru Ellis Island. Also, I was in Poland recently and a family there asked if I could look up something about their relatives who also arrived about the same time as my parents, and her Surname was SLABICKA (I) and the given name was Zofia, and the last address they had was on Coates St., which is now a part of an expressway. The parents of this lady were Slabicki Wojciech and Slabicka Hafia. Also, is there someone there who could look up these public records for me for compensation? Please advise me. Respectfully yours.
- Edward Zoltanski. EDZOL@aol.com. 12 January 2001.

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