Mercer County Queries - 2013


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This page was last updated on: 6 September 2013

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EWING:
Searching for a Joseph EWING, born1794 Mercer County, New Jersey, wife Martha. Trying to find his parents or brother. Thanks.
- Debra Powell. dpowell2@live.com. 15 June 2013.

HAY:
Here are 9 generations of HAY, 3 of which lived in Mercer County, New Jersey. I am searching for ancestry & information on the first one: David Hay. David HAY; Allentown Monmouth Co, New Jersey; Lieutenant David Hay Continental Army 1776; Born: Aug 2, 1752, died Aug 16, 1834; Col David Hay; had a son. James N (Neal?) HAY; b. 1782 (Allentown New Jersey); Farmer, (Laurence {Lawrence Twp}, Mercer {Co}, New Jersey); d. 12-24-1862 (Laurence {Lawrence Twp}, Mercer {Co}, New Jersey); had a son. John Lamar (GH*- the L looked like a G) HAY b. abt 1818 (New Jersey); Farmer, (Laurence {Lawrence Twp}, Mercer {Co}, New Jersey); had a son. William G Hay (farmer) b. 9-26-1844 (New Jersey) d. 9-11-1907 (Kansas); had a son. Ladis A Hay b. 6-3-1885 (Kansas) d. 5-20-1920 (Kansas); had a son. John Woodruff Hay b. 7-16-1919 (Kansas City KS) d. 4-1-2005 (Mediapolis IA); had a son. Kevin James Hay b. 10-2-1951 (Fairfield IA); had a son. Bryan Anthony Hay b. 11-22-1973 (Akron City Hospital Akron OH; had a son. Brenden Patrick Hay b. 2-19-1997 (Kansas City MO). Thank you.
- Kevin J. Hay. kevinjhay@att.net. 31 January 2013.

KELLY:
I am looking for information about Robert Richardson KELLY and his wife Alice TYLUS of Trenton. They had a son George Joseph KELLY who was born in North Tonawanda, New York. I need possibly an obituary for her if possible. The only information I have is that she was born about 1899 in New Jersey. I would like to know anything about this family. Thank you.
- Barb Robertson. barbrrob@gmail.com. 23 May 2013.

KINKEAD:
I am looking to see if I can find where James Madison and wife Daisy Electra Wiser KINKEAD are buried in Mercer County, NJ. James Madison KINKEAD, Birth 26 JUL 1872 in Altoona, PA, Death 13 DEC 1966 in Trenton (Mercer Co.), NJ. Daisy Electra Wiser KINGEAD, Birth 23 OCT 1874 in PA, Death 23 NOV 1960 in Trenton (Mercer Co.), NJ. They both died in Mercer County, NJ. I do not have a website. This is my private research.
- Annette Ditto. sthang11@aol.com. 23 May 2013.

MERSHON:
I am looking for information about Cora MERSHON (m CHAMBERLAIN), born in Mercer County about 1890, Trenton ward 3. I know that she was living in the same area until at least 1910. Cora MERSHON died in 1953 in Point Pleasant, NJ. Her children were Elenor, Frederick, Janice, Rachel, Austin and Allan, not necessarily in this order. Any help is greatly appreciated.
- Lee Wagner. dlwagner@comcast.net. 23 May 2013.

READING:
READING, Pierson Barton Sr., born abt 1776, d abt 1847, m Charity GREEN abt 1815, Hunterdon County, now Mercer County. I saw a listing of the family living on Wilburtha Road in W. Trenton in what was called The Reading Green house, now Knights Farm owned by NJ Dept of Corrections. I am interested in where they might be buried and anything else pertaining to them. His son, Dr. Alfred READING, born abt 1820, d 1894, wife was Bridget O'CONNER, was my Great Great Grandfather, Hunterdon County, now Mercer County. I do not find anything much on them or where they were buried. His son Alfred, wife Maria, and their son, my grandfather Thomas A., my grandmother Mary Noll, were all buried in St. Mary's Cemetery on Olden Ave., Mercer County. My father and mother, Thomas J. and Dorothy E. Probst READING, were buried in Ewing Cemetery. Our family lived in W. Trenton, Mercer County.
- James W. Reading. sajwr82754@aol.com. 23 May 2013.

TITUS:
Samuel TITUS -- lived, worked and died in Mercer County. Samuel TITUS, born about 1824 in Elizabeth, NJ, is shown in the 1850 and subsequent censuses as living and working in Hopewell Twp. His occupation was shoemaker. He served in the 3rd NJ Cavalry in the Civil War. His wife was Elizabeth R. HUGHES. Children were Mary, Josephine, Hannah, Clark, Charles, Emma, Samuel and Adaline. He died in Ewing, NJ in 1898. I have been unable to find his parents or any siblings. Any help will be appreciated.
- John Titus. Stone Mountain, GA. mojotitus@bellsouth.net. 31 January 2013.

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