Mercer County Queries - 2003

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Looking for information on a Harry and John ALLABAUGH. They lived in Trenton according to the Trenton Directory during the following time periods: 1898-1924 Harry ALLABAUGH. 1902-1909 John ALLABAUGH believed to have married a Lydia B. WARREN. Then they moved to North Wales, Montgomery County PA. Believed to be buried John and Lydia in a Mercer County cemetery. Unknown about Harry ALLABAUGH. Directory has Harry listed as 1923 residing at Forrest Valley but unable to find any reference about a Forrest Valley in Mercer County. No DOB or DOD available as of yet. If anyone has come across any listings please forward to my work email. Thank you.
- Michael Allabaugh. 25 September 2003.

Does anyone have a directory for Trenton 1885-1888? I am looking for an entry for Margaret CARROLL born in Ireland married in Trenton 1888 to John HINCHCO. Also looking for a Michael MAHER in Trenton who was in the Pottery business in 1880's or 1890's.
- Sharon. 25 September 2003.

Charles C. CARSON born 1824 in Mercer County, NJ....died in 1896...would like any information on him...thanks.
- Jean Owens. 11 February 2003.

I'm looking for any information on Charles C. CARSON born 1824 in Trenton, NJ...He died in 1896...His father was Eli CARSON from Mercer County, NJ though I am having a time proving it where his death certificate only lists the mother Hannah CARSON...Any help would really be appreciated.
- Jean Owens. 7 March 2003.

Need an obit for Charles C. CARSON born 1824 who died Aug 22, 1896 and was buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery....Died in Washington Twp., Mercer County, New Jersey....Mother was Hannah ....Thanks.
- Jean Owens. 8 August 2003.

We are researching my wife's great-grandfather Ezekiel COMPTON, who apparently was born about 1838. Ezekiel was married in Princeton on July 4, 1864, to Catherine SNEDIKER, daughter of Issac J. SNEDIKER of West Windsor Township. He (Ezekiel) is listed in the 1860 Census in West Windsor Township as a farm laborer and seems to have served in the 22nd New Jersey Infantry in the Civil War. In the 1850 census, he is in Hopewell Township at age 11 living with the family of John and Mary TERHUNE. I suspect that the TERHUNEs may have been relatives of some kind. Am seeking information to confirm or deny this plus any information anyone may have on Ezekiel's background prior to 1850.
- Robert Shive. 3 February 2003.

The surname I am interested in is CONLIN. John CONLIN (DOB 1835) is listed in the 1880 censes alone with his wife Mary (DOB 1841) and 9 children. They are listed to have lived in District 1, Princeton, Mercer County, New Jersey. I have records of at least 6 additional children born after 1880. What I am looking for is any information on this family. Thanks.
- Floyd Conlin. 2 May 2003.

CONNELL, William born in Ireland abt 1815-1820 lived in Trenton. CONNELL, Peter born 1830 in Ireland lived in 7th Ward, Dist 2 in 1880 census. CONNELL, Isabella born 1862 in NJ. Father is William CONNELL Living in Trenton. CONNELL, Peter born in 1855 Trenton, NJ.
- Arlene A. Connell. 18 November 2003.

I am looking for any information on Prof. John DEMMER, organist of St. Mary's church in Trenton, NJ, between 1890 and 1900, and info on Weimer DEMMER, living at 1860 census in Trenton, 3rd ward with Wilhelm SCHNEIDER (William SNYDER).
- Veerle de Leyn. 10 April 2003.

Looking for the name of a children's home or orphanage in Hopewell, Mercer County, where my grandmother Lena FALZONE and her siblings were sent to by their father after their mother died, between 1920-1925. My grandmother, who is 93, seems to think the name was Sacred Heart, but I cannot find any information on it. Thank you in advance.
- Karen DiGiacomo. 25 September 2003.

Looking for information on (*) Dennis FARLEY, married to Harriet, (Henrietta or Hattie) nee WOODS. They lived in Trenton and appear on the 1870 census. They had four children, Mary Jane FARLEY, Dennis Aloysuis FARLEY, Catherine FARLEY, & William Edward FARLEY. Dennis & Harriet were separated or divorced and Dennis Aloysuis & William Edward FARLEY were raised in the Arlington Protectory in Newark, NJ. William Edward FARLEY changed his name to Henry EDWARDS, dropping his sir name FARLEY, he may have lived in Jamesburg, NJ. Mary Jane FARLEY married & moved to Brooklyn, NY then to Aberdeen Md. & Baltimore, Md. Dennis Aloysuis FARLEY married & moved to Elizabethport, NJ then to Jersey City, NJ. Any information on (*) Dennis FARLEY & family would be greatly appreciated.
- Mary Lou Sawyer. 6 June 2003.

James FERGUSON, son of Tarence and Mary McGuire FERGUSON, and brother of Hugh FERGUSON, was married to Bridget Elizabeth GALLAGHER in Glasgow, Scotland, possibly around 1880. With his wife, and brother Hugh they migrated to Trenton, N.J., U.S.A. James had six children, James, Anna, Loretta, John, Thomas and Mary. He died, around 1900, having been killed by a train when returning home from work. After his death his children James, Loretta, John and Thomas were raised in the farming area of Swedesboro. Anna was raised by the DOUGHERTY family in Camden, New Jersey, and Mary the youngest, was raised by her Uncle Hugh (her father's brother) and his wife Anna Gribbin FERGUSON in Trenton, New Jersey. Hugh and Anna FERGUSON had five children, John, Frank, Thomas (who died in early childhood), Hugh and Helen (who also died in early childhood). After Helen's death Hugh and Anna FERGUSON adopted Mary, the youngest child of James FERGUSON and his wife Bridget GALLAGHER. Bridget GALLAGHER remarried and we have no other information on any of the above. Where is James buried?
- William Ferguson. 17 March 2003.

I am looking for any information on the parents/siblings of: Thomas FLEMING, born October 1, 1792 in Trenton, Hunterdon County (now Mercer County) New Jersey. Further information that may be helpful: Thomas married Rachel VANHART (born June 1, 1792 in New Jersey (?) ) on February 28,1812 in Lower Makefield, Bucks County Pennsylvania. Both Thomas and Rachel died in Amherst Wisconsin. I have all information on Rachel VANHART, and Thomas & Rachel's children/descendants, but have been unable to locate the correct FLEMING line for Thomas. Thank-you for your time and help.
- Margery Johnson. 11748 Jacobs Lane SE, Port Orchard, WA 98367. 10 April 2003.

William GREEN born 1671 in England. Died June 16, 1722 in Trenton, Mercer Co., NJ. Married Joanna REEDER abt 1692 in Newton, Long Island, New York.
- Karen Crisman. 11 April 2003.

GRIGGS/STULTS: Lawrence Twp., Hunterdon Co (now Mercer Co.). My 3 x gt grandfather, Isaac GRIGGS (GREEGS, GREGGS, etc.) is found on the 1830 census of the already named Twp/Co. Looking for names of parents of these individuals, marriage date, etc. Thanks.
- Dennise H. 6 September 2003.

I am looking for descendants of Petery HEENEY/HEENY who was from Aughera, Teelin, County Donegal. He lived in Trenton, New Jersey. He had children: Mary, Catherine, Daniel, Kate. He was the brother of John (Mary Ann HAUGHEY), Bridget (George MARTIN), Frank (? SUMMERS) and Michael. I am a great granddaughter of John HEENEY who lived in Chicago. Thank you.
- Kathleen M. O'Leary. 19 October 2003.

Searching for the family of James P. HICK born Mar.1866 in Trenton. His father was Peter HICK; who was his mother/other siblings? Thanks.
- Evelyn Bryant. Fredericksburg, VA. 2 May 2003.

I am looking for my ancestors from Mercer County, New Jersey. Frank Richards HOFF, father of Raymond Francis HOFF born in Mercer County, Trenton, NJ, father of Jack Raymond HOFF, also born in Mercer County, Trenton, NJ. Any info prior to or pertaining to this family is greatly appreciated.
- Patricia Polk. 9 December 2003.

Would like to verify that Miles L. JOHNSON was a resident of Yardville, Mercer County, NJ circa 1870. Reports show that he raised bird dogs and was a trapshooter who won the Champion of America medal in Rhode Island, 1870.
- Ken Estes. NJ Trapshooting Hall of Fame, 6 Christian Drive, Pittsgrove, NJ 08318. 15 May 2003.

I am seeking any information about the KALLAM family of Trenton, Mercer Co., c. 1830-1850. Samuel KALLAM is reportedly listed in the 1850 census for Trenton East Ward, but I don't have access to that resource to see who is in the household with him. Elisha KALLAM is listed in a 1859 Trenton City directory as a "carpenter" 90 W. State. Elizabeth H. KALLAM leaves Trenton to move to Virginia with her husband James Marvin Davis. Any additional KALLAM info or verification would be appreciated!
- Amy Cook. 3 February 2003.

Seeking a hook-up with the descendents of Oscar, Clifton, and Charles LYNCH, African-American brothers that migrated to the Trenton area circa 1920, and their descendents. Have very interesting stories to share and info to offer. Thanks.
- Julian. 8 January 2003.

Any information on Robert MANNINGTON who appears in 1772-1822 Trenton Tax Lists.
- Larry LEE. 1717 Denholm, Manhattan, KS 66504. 19 October 2003.

Looking for info on Patrick MCKINNEY and family, living in Lawrenceville, NJ., now Mercer county. Wife was Sarah BROWN. Patrick was born in Ireland and came to the US in about 1790. Sarah was born in England. Children were Mary b 2/26/1815, Peter b 4/17/1817, and Elizabeth. Patrick died in 1820 and the family moved to Warren County, PA.
- Michael McKinney. 11 February 2001.

I am trying to find birthdates of the children born to Samuel MELLOR, Sr. and Mary (HARRISON) MELLOR. All the children were born in Trenton, NJ (Mercer County) between the years of 1848-1889 (estimate). Here is the info I have to date: Names: Kate, Maggie, Sue, William, Charles (1852 birth?), Samuel Jr (3 May 1857), Albert (18 Aug 1861), Mary A., Nora. The names may be short versions of the formal birth names. I have had no luck getting any further. Any help or direction/guidance appreciated.
- Christopher Lewis. Miami, FL. 27 May 2003.

Does the MERCER family go back to Hopewell, Mercer Co., NJ, along with the STOUT family? I have Job STOUT b: 1763 Hopewell, Mercer Co., NJ, d: 1833 in Brookville, Franklin Co, IN, at the Big Cedar Cemetery. My Rev. John MERCER migrated along this same path at the same time period. After 1833 he then removed to Putnam Co, IN, where he died in 1856. I would like to find out more about this MERCER line. I notice a Valentine MERCER m: Sarah FREEL in 1845 in Montgomery Co, IN. My MERCERs also married into the Drewry OVERTON line. Thank you.
- Pat Mercer Hite. 25 February 2003.

Am looking for Maud MERCHANT b. ca. 1880 in NY. Her parents were Anderson and Hannah Watkin MERCHANT. At one time, Maud lived on Chestnut Street in Trenton and was a nurse. She never married. In 1930 census, she is living with Clarke MERCHANT, her Uncle in Philadelphia. After 1930 I believe she lived in Trenton until her death.
- Yvonne Watkin. 8 August 2003.

I am seeking information on Henry MEYER who lived in the Princeton area, now Mercer County. According to old family records, he served in the Revolutionary War. His daughter, Eva MEYER, married a James HOCKENBERRY (or a variation of that name ) after the war. They moved to Cumberland County, Pennsylvania (now Franklin County). Family records suggest that several brothers came to America from the Palatinate area of Germany at roughly the same time: Peter HOCKENBERRY settling in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania and a Herbert HOCKENBERRY in the Princeton area. It is possible that James HOCKENBERRY who was born in the 1750s was the son or grandson of Herbert rather than Peter. A Casper HOCKENBERRY may be an intermediate generation as both James and Casper are common names in our family records for that time. I would greatly appreciate any help with one of our family "mysteries".
- Judith Y. Anderson. 26 August 2003.

I am researching family members by the name of MITCHELL who resided in Trenton. Randle MITCHELL was a merchant with a store on Water St. I have papers dated 1751-66 that show transactions made by him. I have no birth or death dates. Hugh MITCHELL was also a relative of his and my information says he was also from Trenton. I have no records of their birthplace. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
- Jean M. Longnecker. 1408 Sturdy Road, Valparaiso, IN 46383. 7 March 2003.

Trying to determine parents/ancestry of Elizabeth OLDEN, b. circa 1827 NJ. She married Martin VOORHEES in 1847, and they had two children: Cornelia and Martin. They are living in Princeton, Mercer County, NJ in the 1860 census. By the 1870 census, Elizabeth OLDEN VOORHEES appears to be head of household, still in Princeton. Her immediate neighbors are Charles Hart OLDEN on one side (son of Job Gardner OLDEN and Maria Brenton BOGGS; grandson of Hart OLDEN and Temperence SMITH) - and (ex) Gov. Charles Smith OLDEN (son of Hart and Temperence OLDEN.) This leads me to believe Elizabeth OLDEN VOORHEES is closely related to this OLDEN branch. Does anyone know who her parents were?
- India van Voorhees Penney. 12 March 2003.

William POWER and Jane Loadsman POWER came to Trenton from London circa 1855. The names of their children are: Emily (b. 1849 in London), William (b. 1850 in London), Rachel (b. 1855 in Philadelphia), Bertram (b. 1855 in Trenton) and Matilda (b. 1858 in Trenton). Would love to hear from anyone researching this family.
- Joy E. Power. 17 March 2003.

Hightstown, Mercer Co., New Jersey. Looking for any information regarding the PREVOST family, Aaron PREVOST, wife Susan PREVOST, son Charles E. Prevost, and Emma E. PREVOST, Emma was born between 1861 and 1867 in Hightstown, NJ. Thank you. PREVOST, CHADWICK, OLSON, CALDWELL, TEDFORD.
- Teresa Caldwell. 10 April 2003.

I am researching Ezekiel PULLEN, married to Priscilla BROWN, born in 1813 and his son, Francis PULLEN, born 21 Dec 1852 in Trenton, Mercer, NJ., married to Virginia STAHL. They were in the 1880 Census as a baker and Cracker Baker.
- Terry Toth. 8 January 2003.

Looking for information on Mary READING born abt. 1833, daughter of Thomas W. READING. Mary married James O. CROMWELL in 1851 and lived in the Mercer County, Trenton, New Jersey area.
- Laurie Robison. 9 December 2003.

I recently discovered an old family bible (my wifes family) that had the following marriages and births listed: John REED married Caroline STOUT January 6th 1863; George Wesley REED married Ida WOOLEY June 1,1905. There were several other REED births listed as follows: John 1824, Richard 1864, Ulysses 1866, Mary Esther 1869, George Wesley 1877. All are believed to have resided in Mercer County, NJ, and more likely in Trenton. I don't have much more information regarding this family, except for more recent deaths.
- MrcrvlBob. 17 January 2003.

Seeking ancestry for Theophilus ROSSELL/ROSSEL/ROSELL b. September 14, 1827 in Trenton, Mercer, NJ and died December 16,1907 Dayton, Montgomery, OH. Possible father's name Theobaldo b. @ 1801 in NJ. Mother NUSSBAUM? Theophilus married Elmira Sadie REED in 1851, Trenton, Mercer, NJ. She was the daughter of Jonathan REED and Mary TILTON. Theophilus and Elmira had 9 children: George, John, Mary, Joseph, Ellis, Aaron, Sarah, Charles, William, and (Catherine) Isabel (per 1870/1880 Census). Other information suggests one or more stillborn children. If you are part of this line or have information regarding please contact me.
- Christine Bitner. 4025 Amber Lane, West Alexandria, OH 45381-9396. 18 November 2003.

Would like any information any relatives that could help me with my research. I am looking for information on Kenneth RUSSELL, who was married to a Bonnie or Linda, in 1944-45 lived in Trenton, NJ. He was friends with Michael FOX who was married to Katherine FOX. If anyone knows anything about Kenneth RUSSELL please email me. He was born in 1917 I believe, he had blond hair, blue eyes. He worked at a ceramic factory and also a rubber plant where they made parachuttes I was told..... I have reason to believe his mother lived in Trenton for a time, she remarried a man by the name of Theodore HOOVON.
- Marefl. 3 February 2003.

I am seeking the ancestors of a Robert SHAW. He was born in Trenton (according to his obituary on Oct 8 1816), married a Margaret BOLTON (in Philadelphia) Sept 6 1837. Very soon after the marriage they went to Charlotte, NC, with Margaret's parents, John R. and Elizabeth (HORNKETH) BOLTON. John R. was the first "Chief Coiner" of the Mint established in Charlott. Robert SHAW died Mar 1 1870 in Charlotte.
- H. D. ("Dee") Ballard, Jr. 6 September 2003.

Looking for any information regarding the family of Josiah SIMPSON and his sister Catherine SIMPSON GRAFF. Both of the Mercer County area. Josiah had one daughter named Mary Isabella who married on Charles Walter MCCUTCHEN and lived in Princeton. Mr. MCCUTCHEN was in trans-Atlantic shipping and several banking ventures in NJ and NY.
- Jessie Hudson. 16498 Goose Nest Rd., Laurel, DE 19956. 19 October 2003.

I am researching the SKIRM family of Trenton. I am a descendent of Joseph and Mary SKIRM through their son Edward (b. 1801) and Edward's son James (b. 1831), and James' daughter Rachel (b. 1879). I have a vast amount of information on SKIRM in Trenton, Princeton and Burlington - much of it I cannot connect to my family. I am hopeful that interaction with other SKIRM researchers may help tie them together.
- Joy E. Power. 17 March 2003.

SPANEL, Abram Nathaniel. Died: Princeton, NJ (Mercer County) March 30, 1985, DOB: May 15, 2001; Abe was born in Odessa, Ukraine. Obituary in: The New York Times. Tuesday, April 2, 1985. Abe's death was also profiled in: Time Magazine. Its summary is on-line. Abe bought the mini-mansion on Stockton Street in Princeton during the 1940s. By 1966, he sold it to the State of New Jersey. The current governor utilizes Drumthwacket as the offical residence. Princeton Township & Stockon Street in Mercer County has 08540 zip. I am the granddaughter of Abe SPANEL. Cross My Heart! Perhaps some of his former engineers at Playtex might recall details to Abe, or to his Ukrainian-Jewish origins. Perhaps they may share the days that Abe is said to have entertained Einstein, the German-Jewish kinsman, at Princeton. Does anybody remember the days that Abe invented the "I Can't Believe It's A Girdle!"? Perhaps some may recall the opening to the Playtex factory in Dover, Delaware. Perhaps some will remember Abe, and his parents, Hyman and Hannah SPANEL from Rochester, NY. Perhaps some may recall Princeton and Mercer County during The Depression! Live witnessess to the 1930s are welcome. Any info about Abe will be most appreciated. The person whom e-mails or corresponds with me need not be famous. I will value their memory, yes, even for people whom led humble lives around Abe. Anyone, of any age, having an interest in the SPANEL surname is encouraged to reply. You are encouraged to send me: your e-mail address, your snail--mail-address, or both. Nothing wrong with an envelope! I have Abe & Einstein's wild-wavy-hair! Update: Abram N. (A. N.) SPANEL died in Princeton on 03/30/05. He was the founder of Playtex. "The Son of Playtex," my father, David L. SPANEL, MD, also died in Princeton. Sadly I lost my dad last summer, in June 2004. Anyone whom remembers my dad or grandfather is welcome to contact me with memories or condolences. It is okay if a contact has a direct link: with Mercer County in-general, Princeton in-particular, or simply with the SPANEL surname.
- Amy Spanel. 25 April 2005.

Looking for any information on my grandparents and great-grandparents that lived in Mercer County, New Jersey. My grandfather, John J. SUCH was born onto Julia (nee JACPH) and George SZUCS 8/24/1909. They may have come over from Hungary. John J. SUCH was born in Trenton but moved to Cleveland, Ohio where he died there in 1995. George and Julia also had two daughters, Helen and Elizabeth. Thanks.
- Pat Henry. 2 May 2003.

I am researching John SUTTON, a 19th century Hopewell, NJ farmer. Born ca 1805 in New Jersey, he farmed in the northeast corner of Hopewell Township from at least 1840 - 1870. Married to Elizabeth ? (b. ca 1810), they had at least two children, Sarah E. (b. ca 1835) and Catherine (b. ca 1841-1842). I believe Catherine married Charles MINICK/MINNICK of Trenton, NJ ca. 1860-1864, am currently seeking proof of marriage. Would appreciate correspondence and exchange of information with anyone having interest/ties to these surnames.
- Carol Smith. 3 February 2003.

I am trying to find more information about my mother's family. My mother was born in Princeton, Mercer County, New Jersey in 1917. She is now deceased as are all her siblings so there is no one to ask directly about the heritage. Her mother's name was Mary FINNEGAN. Mary FINNEGAN's father was John TRAEGLER. I think her mother's name was Catherine LAVIN, and she was born in Ireland. From the 1930 census records, I found out that John TRAEGLER was born in Switzerland. Any information about John TRAEGLER or Catherine LAVIN would be most appreciated.
- Suzanne Stryker Meagher. 8 January 2003.

Trenton Soldiers Home, WONDERLAND:
On August 17, 1870, my Great Granduncle, Charles WONDERLAND, and his sister Alice, were transferred from the Camden Home for Friendless Children to the Soldiers Home in Trenton. Their father was a Civil War veteran and I assume this home had some connection to the Civil War. I am looking for information on the Soldiers Home, especially the location of their records. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
- Curtis Miller. 9 December 2003.

Looking for Joseph TRESTARO who would have been in the Trenton area 1946-1947.
- Elaine Penn. 19 October 2003.

VAN HORN, Samuel B. My ggrandfather, Samuel B. was apparently born in Trenton in 1831-32. I am trying to locate the names of his parents. According to the 1880 Penna. census the parents lived in Bucks Co., PA and N.J. Samuel later moved to the coal regions of eastern PA, where he died in 1901 in Luzerne Co. I know there were a lot of VAN HORNs in NJ, but I haven't been able to make the connection. Any help you can give on this will be appreciated, also any suggestions on researchers available in Trenton.
- Arthur N. Van Horn. 11 April 2003.

I am researching the VANDERBECK family. Albert VANDERBECK died in Trenton in 1901 at the age of 101! He moved to Trenton (from NYC) to be with his daughter, Rachel VANDERBECK KELLY around 1880. Would love to hear from you if you are researching the VANDERBECK family.
- Joy E. Power. 17 March 2003.

I have a lot of information, but looking for more on John WALKER (born 1848 - d ?) married to Johanna WALKER (born 1844 - d ?). They had John F. WALKER (1875 - 1940). John F. WALKER married to Sarah GOMPPER (one of 9 sisters), daughter of Johannes GOMPPER (Jun 10 1841 - Jan 6 1921) and Rosanna STRASSER. Johannes GOMPPER's father was also Johannes GOMPPER (from Germany born Nov 13 1807). Most of these people are burried in Riverview in Trenton. From there I have some more information, but still could use more if any out there.
- Michael Walker. 18 November 2003.

Seeking any information on David WARNER (b. abt. 1808 in New Jersey) and wife Susannah (b. abt. 1811 in PA) - and family. They - and family - lived in (Trenton and Nottingham) Mercer Co., NJ after abt. 1833. Married perhaps in PA, all but first son was born in NJ. James (1833 in PA), John B. (abt. 1835), Sarah (abt. 1838), Reuben (abt 1842), Anna (abt 1846), Issabella (abt 1848) and David (about 1851 at Nottingham, Mercer, NJ). John m. Mary BRITTON (b. abt 1837, NJ) and had two daughters (Mary b. abt 1855, NJ and Eliza b. abt 1859, NJ). David m. Eliza E (b. abt 1851, NJ) had a son David, b. abt 1880 in NJ.
- Mike Gillett. 6 September 2003.

I am looking to make contact with anyone who knows of this family, or is related to this family.
1880 Census - Princeton, Mercer co, NJ: William H WARREN, age 49, born NJ, occ - huckster Mary E, age 48, wife, born NY, keeping house William H, age 18, son, clerk Harry, age 16, son, huckster Lillie, age 14, dau, at school Lafayette, age 11, son, ditto Cecelia, age 9, dau, ditto John, age 6, son, ditto.
The children of this family were found on the 1910, 1920 and 1930 census living in Philadelphia, PA. as follows:
1910- Philadelphia, PA: William H WARREN, occupation machinist Georgia M, wife, age 42, born PA (listed as "head of household") Jane W, dau, age 21, occupation bookkeeper Mildred W, dau, age 13, at school Ennis BACON, father, age 74, born NJ - occ. carpenter Harriet A BACON, mother, age 75, born PA.
1920- Philadelphia, PA: William H WARREN, age 57, occ - machinist Georgia M, age 52, wife, at home.
1930- Moscow, Lackawanna Co., PA: Georgia M WARREN, age 59, widow, born CT and occ - school teacher. Could this be the same person? Could William and Georgia have separated?
1910 - Philadelphia, PA: Harry WARREN, age 44, born NJ, occup - machinist Margaret H Warren, wife, age 33, born PA Margaret H, age 14, dau, born PA, at school Gladys E, age 11, dau, born PA, at school NOTE: Enumerated with John H KEENAN, brother.
1920 - Philadelphia, PA: Margaret H WARREN, age 42, widow, born PA - occ - demonstrater, department store Gladys, age 24, born PA, occ - sec'y in paper mill NOTE: Enumerated with Louis B and Nettie ASHBROOK (Margaret's sister). NOTE: 1915 city directory shows Margaret H widow of Harry B. It also shows Harry B, machinist at a different address.
1910 - Philadelphia, PA: Lafayette WARREN age 40, born NJ - occ - receiving clerk, clothing store. NOTE: Divorced and enumerated with Edwin Swartz. Not found on 1920 census although city directory does list him.
1910 - Philadelphia, PA: Cecelia WARREN, age 39, sgl, born NJ - occ - dressmaker? NOTE: Not found on the 1920 census.
1910 - Philadelphia, PA: John WARREN, age 35, born NJ - occ salesman - dept store Lottie, age 34, wife, born PA Cecelia, age 17, dau, born PA Horace, age 9, son, born PA.
1920 - Philadelphia, PA: John WARREN, age 45, born NJ - occ salesman clothing co Lottie, age 43, born PA Horace, age 18, born PA, occ - binder, publishing co NOTE: Cecelia may have married by 1920.
1930 - Philadelphia, PA: John WARREN, age 56, born NJ - occ saleman dept store Lottie, wife, age 52, born PA Horace, son, age 28, born PA - occ policeman for city.
- Rich Nichols. 8 August 2003.

Seeking info Charles WHITEHEAD; wife Mary MCKEAN. They had a son William R. WHITEHEAD (1855-1913) who married Florence MOORE (1856-1935). Florence was the daughter of Sarah WARNER & Randolph MOORE (1830-1899), who was Clerk of the Courts for Mercer County. In 1900 both the Charles & William WHITEHEAD families lived at 492 Greenwood Ave., Trenton. Florence & William WHIITEHEAD had one son, Russell F. WHITEHEAD (1884-1954). Need info on Russell WHITEHEAD's first marriage (maybe to a GOLDSCMIDT?) and two daughters Florence and Hildegard.
- Barbara Whitehead Franz. 1362 Brandywine Circle, Fort Myers, FL 33919-7343. 27 May 2003.

Wilbur Section of Trenton:
Would like to contact anyone from the Wilbur Section of Trenton especially the following locations, 1200 Block of E.State St., Cleveland Ave., Garfield Ave, Logan Ave and surrounding area. I grew up there in the forties & fifties.
- Bob Shaw. Hamilton, NJ. 9 December 2003.

WILLS, Donald Frederick. I am interested in finding any information on Donald Frederick WILLS. He was employed by the Empire Tire Company @1920. He then was an examiner for the State Civil Service Commission @ 1930. His residence at the time of his death, September 29, 1947 was 22 Lee Ave., Trenton. He was a widower at the time of his death and the death certificate was signed by his daughter-in-law, Mrs Donald WILLS Jr.
- RSSJTF. 10 April 2003.

Need info on Eleazor P. and Mary E. WARNER YOUNG. They were married in Trenton in 1848. The 1880 Census has the following listed as their children: Emma B., Addie, George R., Ephraim, & Livingston. Trying to match up Lewis C. to this dates for him, but he married Carrie MARTINDELL from PA. All lived in the Trenton/Hopewell area.
- Janice Young Breedlove. Waynesboro, GA. 12 March 2003.


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