Mercer County Queries - 1998

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Looking for the parents of my great grandfather, Jacob ABBOTT, born in 1848, married Susan PETTITT in 1869 in Trenton, Mercer County, NJ. She was a widow, previously married to a Mr. HYDE. Jacob died in 1918 and Susan died in 1910 - buried in Colonial Memorial Park Cemetery in Hamilton Township. His father's name may have been John Schenck ABBOTT and his mother may have been Charity FISHER.
Also looking for the parents of my other great grandfather, John BESSONETTE, born in 1828, probably in Bristol, Bucks County, PA, married Margaret HUTCHINSON in 1853 at First Presbyterian Church in Trenton, Mercer County, NJ. They had a daughter, Louisa (my grandmother) who married John ABBOTT in 1896. Thank you - any help would really be appreciated.
- Dorothy M. Kraemer. 31 March 1998.

Looking for descendants of John ABBOTT 1663-1739 & Anne MAULEVERER 1678-1754 who settled in Nottingham Twp., Burlington Co. (now Mercer Co.) NJ. He emigrated from Notts., England 1684, she from Yorks., England 1682. They married in at the home of Matthew WATSON in NJ.
- William Collins. 21 September 1998.

Researching a Sydney ANDERSON who in 1862 at the age of 24 was fighting in the Civil war in the Illinois 73rd Company F. He joined for service and enrolled in Menard County Illinois. He was born in Hightstown, Mercer County, N.J. Thanks.
- Marilyn (Stevens) Partee. 30 October 1998.

I am searching for information about my fourth great grandfather, George ANDERSON, who is buried at Nottingham Square. He received a captain's commission, joined the army of the colonies, fought in battle of Long Island, Justice of the Peace in his township for 65 years and a member of the legislative council of New Jersey. Died in 1839. Who was he married to? Also would like to know about ALLEN homestead named Oakwood in Trenton, NJ. Any info would be appreciated.
- Margaret Davis. 23 March 1998.

I'm looking for information on my grandparents John Birdsall ANDERSON (1907?-1960) and Edna WOLFE (1906-1972) who lived in Hightstown. His parents were William ANDERSON (d. 1955?) and Ella ? (d. 1938?). His grandparents were George ANDERSON and Abigail DEBOW. Edna's parents were William WOLFE and Huldah HIBBETTS. John Birdsall ANDERSON's siblings were Clifton, Ella Phoebe, Fred and Leonard. Edna WOLFE's siblings were Chester, Helen, Stanley, Jim, Albert and Evelyn. Any information would be appreciated!
- Liz Jones - 11 July 1998.

Looking for information about ANDERSON, Robert, or Rubin, lived in Mercer County in south Trenton in the area of Second and Landing St. Was a barber, and a civil war veteran. Believed to be buried in Riverview Cemetery. Date unknown. Had a daughter Barbara ANDERSON my grandmother. Also interested in SHAW family, Samuel, and Lenora, my grandparents, died in 1932-1941 buried in Greenwood Cemetery. Would like information regarding their parents my ggGrandparents. Thank You.
- Robert H. Shaw. 12 January 1998.

I am looking for information on two families in Mercer County: ANGARONE and KRUEGER. The ANGARONE family lived on Center Street in Trenton until the early 1990s. Some names in particular are Louis, Phyllis (Queenie), Michael, Mary Ann. Phyllis' maiden name was DEBONIS. I would like some history on the ANGARONE family. The KRUEGER family lived on Liberty Street in Hamilton Township. Some names in particular are Oscar, Helen, Mary, Richard (Dick), Jeffrey, and Katherine (Kathy). Richard died in either the early 80s or late 70s. Helen's maiden name was KANE.
- Nicholas Angarone. 19 Doe Drive, Hamilton, NJ 08620. 5 November 1998.

Seeking information on Edmund BAINBRIDGE b. 20 Mar 1692 Lawrenceville, NJ, d. 9 Feb 1770 Mercer Co., NJ, mar. Abigail WHITE on 4 Mar 1716/17 in Mercer Co., NJ. Children: 1. Martell b. 1719, 2. John b. 26 Jun 1720, 3. Peter b. 21 Mar 1720/21, 4. Abigail b. 12 Dec 1724, 5. Sarah b. 1726 & married Francis HALL, 6. Edmund b. 1728, 7. Obadiah b. 1732, 8. Louise b. 1736, 9. Letiticia b. 1737, 10. Absolom b. 3 Feb 1741/42.
- Julie Perry. 12 November 1998.

Looking afor any information on Edward Smith BALDWIN, d. early 60's, w. Grace (SCHRODER). I know my grandfather owned a print shop in Trenton, NJ. I know for a fact that he was in Trenton 1921 for that is where my father was born. There were four children: Edward , Robert Johnson (my father) 01/21/21, Barbara Regina (m. Gene GETEK), and Richard. I know that all the family except my father stayed in Trenton. If you have any information on this part of BALDWIN, please e-mail me; I am lost!
- Motoho. 12 January 1998.

Seek information on the following family: BAMFORD, Richard, b. England abt 1825. Rebecca, (wife) b N.J. abt. 1828. Following are their children: George b. NJ abt 1847/48, Sarah b. NJ abt 1851, Virginia b. NJ 1853, Emma b. NJ 1859, Susan b. NJ 1860, Richard b. NJ 1863, Adaline b. NJ 1866, Frank b. NJ 1867. BAMFORD, George (see above) married Georgianna (? maiden name) b. NJ abt 1848. Wesley Milner b. 1869 NJ. Died 1964 in New Haven, CT. Spanish/Am. War Vet. Most of the above information is from census records - Trenton, Mercer Co., NJ for 1850 and 1870.- except some on Wesley. Any help greatly appreciated.
- Jeanne Roland. 16 November 1998.

I am looking for information regarding Peter BAUMANN and Barbara DOFFEK, and their family of Mercer Co., NJ. This family moved to the area from Hungary just after the turn of this century. They came with two children, Johann and Victoria. They went on to have eight more children. Peter BAUMANN came with siblings, at least two brothers, and two sisters. The sister's names were Barbara BAUMANN who married John TENNIS, and Anna BAUMANN who married Peter PLYMOUTH. Thanks in advance for any information you might be able to provide.
- Stuart Freeman. 4 August 1998.

I am looking for the BOHNERT Family from the Trenton/Hamilton area. The family originally came from Palanka, Austria-Hungary.
- Dennis J. Bauer. 17 April 1998.

BOWERS, Issac E. and BOWERS, Charlott Alberta. I am searching any information on Issac E. BOWERS and Charlott Alberta BOWERS, who lived in Groveville, Mercer Cty, NJ. Issac BOWERS died sometime in 1958 and his wife Charlott BOWERS died sometime in 1959. They had a son named Wendall BOWERS who died either in 1932 or 1936. All are buried in the Groveville Church Cemetary at the family plot. If any one can furnish more information on these 3 people I would greatly appreciate it very much.
- Edna Lovesky. 1015 Vera Ct., Mount Vernon, WA 98273. 8 September 1998.

Am looking for any info on Jonathan BOWKER b 6-10-1805 d 5-17-1893 was married to Lydia CLARKE b 12-25-1815 d 8-28-1898. I have some of Lydia's lineage but nothing on Jonathon. I do know on the census he listed place of birth as England. And there is a BOWKER on the map in Lawrence (approx Quakerbridge and RT 1), possibly part of the CLARKE properties. Thanks.
- Lisa Bowker Malkin. 12 August 1998

John BREARLY came to America 1680 settled in Maidenhead, NJ; married Sarah BILES. Need birth, death, and marriage information on John BREARLY, son of John (1) and grandson John BREARLY.
- Mary Frances H. Coker. PO Box 226, Turbeville, SC 29162. 2 August 1998.

John BREARLEY lived in Maidenhead NJ from abt 1680 until his death. He was married to Sarah BILES who died in 1732. John died in 1720 (I think). I am interested in information on his son, John and his grandson John. Son John died in 1777. I need dob/dod/and dom of both John Jr. and John III. I also would like to know who they married. John (1) came from York, England and settled for a short time in Bucks county, Penn. He moved to Maidenhead and lived on what was known as "Spring Grove" farm. I understand that a BREARLEY home is being restored by the Historical Association. I think that is home of John Jr. Any help will be appreciated.
- Mary Frances H. Coker. PO Box 226, Turbeville, SC 19162-0226. 12 November 1998.

Do you have any record of Matthias BRITTAIN/BRITTON and his wife Sussannah? He was my great great grandfather. He and Sussannah appear in the 1850 Federal Census as living in Mercer County and in Hopewell Township. Thanks for any consideration you may give to this request.
- Thomas Abbott. 124 Riviera Road, Aiken, SC 29803. 23 August 1998.

Looking for the death & burial of the BRUEN family that lived in Trenton, & worked in the prison as a guard or superviser. Wife's maiden name, SWEENEY. Joseph might be his first name, & he was born in Ireland. Also looking for his parents' names.
- Matthew Kelly. 1 October 1998.

My husband's 4th great-grandfather was born in Hopewell, Hunterdon [now Mercer County], NJ, along with his siblings. Here are their given names: Ruth-born 28 February 1757, Isaac-born 1759, Jerusha-born 1761, Sarah-born 1763, Hannah- born 1765, Jared-born 1768, Nehemiah (my husband's ancestor)-born 6 February 1777. I would love to hear from anyone who might be matter how removed. Thank you!!
- Heather Brush. Brush and Howell Families Webpage: 18 April 1998.

Looking for anybody researching the BUCKLEY family that lived in Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey. My great grandfather was James P. BUCKLEY 1865-1911. He married Catherine Cecilia READING 1866-1934. They had the following children: James Alfred BUCKLEY, Alfred James BUCKLEY, John F. BUCKLEY, William I. BUCKLEY, Emily T. BUCKLEY, Walter A. BUCKLEY. Any help would be appreciated.
- Gerald Varner. 29 November 1998.

Looking for information on the parents of Joseph DITMARS, b. January 22, 1898 in Mercer County, and died Sept. 1985, possibly in North Wales, PA. He was married to Sarah LATHAM, b. Oct. 4, 1896 in Mercer County and died Feb. 1972 in Trenton. On the other side of the family tree, I would like any information about Alfred Wood BUNTING and his wife, Amelia SANNINO. Their daughter, Mildred DITMARS (nee BUNTING) was my grandmother, and she was born Sept. 19, 1919, possibly in Ocean City, but lived much of her life and eventually died in Trenton on Dec. 1, 1976.
- Arthur Aiello. 12 May 1998.

BURK, Ephraim (1819-1865) of Hamilton, Mercer Co - md (#1) Lydia (maiden surname unknown) (@ 1825- bef 1857) and had Emma Francis BURK b.15 Jan 1852 (and twin Mary E. BURK, who evidently died bef 1865) born in Hamilton, Mercer Co - also a son Johnson A. BURK b. 28 Oct 1854. Possibly older children John W. BURK b 1844 and Phoebe BURK b 1849 (listed on 1860 Census, Ocean Co) - Ephraim and his family moved to Ocean Co sometime between 1855-57 after Lydia's death and he married again on 7 Sep 1857 (#2) near Bennetts Mills, Jackson Township, Ocean Co, to Rebecca HOLEMAN between 1855-57. They had two children (Lydia BURK b 1858 and Edward BURK b 1862). Ephraim served in the Civil War in the 8th Regiment NJ Volunteers, was wounded at Petersburg, VA, and died at home a year later. Seeking information on spouse #1 Lydia, and any BURK or HOLEMAN of these counties.
- Beverly Blackwelder. 4 March 1998.

G'day. Sporadic researcher of BURROUGHS family, eventually of Hopewell, NJ. John BURROUGHS 1617-1678 m. Elizabeth JESSUP. Would like contact with others researching same line.
- Mary Jo C. Martin. 9 Heysen Grove, Doncaster East VIC 3109, Australia. 25 March 1998.

Peter Lewis BURWELL ...... Nellie Cynthia HILL. Born in Trenton, New Jersey in 1864. My name is Rod Smiley and he is my great grandfather. Lewis BURWELL was the first sheriff of Major County, Oklahoma. His father was George BURWELL and his mothers name was Nellie Cynthia HILL. He had two brothers and one sister, Bert BURWELL -- Frank BURWELL -- Margaret BURWELL. Margaret was married to someone with the last name of PROSSER.
- Rod Smiley. 18 December 1998.

Somerset Co. (now Mercer Co.). Looking for parents of John BUYS b. abt. 1736, m. (1) Lena MARSELIUS. After Lena's death in about 1779, he left children on his parents' farm with two maiden sisters, later took children to Sodus, Wayne Co., NY, m. (2) Elizabeth GORDON.
- Elsie Wilson. 7302 Ashwabay Ln., Madison, WI 53719. 1 March 1998.

I am looking for information on Domenico CARBONETTI (or CARBONATTI). Research I have done indicates he held property in Trenton at one point. He would have lived there sometime ater 1902 and left the area sometime after 1910, from what I can gather.
- Jolie Williamson. 2 August 1998

I am looking for Marion CARLSON. She had a daughter on 9/3/1954, Patricia DUDDY was the daughter's name at birth. She was given up for adoption. Patricia had siblings probably under the name of CARLSON. Partricia was born in Dover, NJ, but her birth certificate was filed in Trenton, NJ. Marion CARLSON was in her mid to late 30's in 1954. Any information at all would be incredibly helpful. Thanks.
- Deborah A. Starr. 13 February 1998.

I am looking for Matthew CARNEY who lived in Trenton, NJ. He died 12-25-50. His wife was Carrie OTT? or KIGER? Any and all information would be helpful. Thank you.
- Shelia Anderson. 16 January 1998.

Patrick CARR, born Ireland, 1846, died Trenton, NJ Nov. 1914. Wife Emma WILLIAMS, born Wales, 1847, died Trenton, NJ, 1/29/23. Children: Mary, John, James. Mary (1870-1932) was a schoolteacher in the Trenton public schools. John (1874-1953) was a supervisor for the NJ State Higway Department. James (1880-1934) worked in the hotel business. Died in Philadelphia. John married Margaret CANTWELL in 1903. Her parents were Patrick CANTWELL and Anne LYNCH. Seeking information about Patrick CARR's birthplace in Ireland, as well as Patrick CANTWELL's.
- Michael Carr. 30 June 1998.

Hamilton Township, Mercer County, NJ. Seeking any information on my ggqrandmother Rebecca (unknown) b. 1833 m. 1850 to Mathis CHAMBERS, and his father Daniel CHAMBERS b. 1791 m. Sarah (Unknown) b. 1792. All information was from 1850 Census, Hamilton Township, Mercer County, NJ. My connection is through daughter of Rebecca and Mathis CHAMBERS, Ella CHAMBERS, who m. William L.G. THOMSON 1877.
- Doris Lawrence Smith. 8 September 1998.

Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey. Isaac CHERRY (1883-1955) m. Carrie Rose CASE (1883-1973), both from Trenton. Parents of Isaac Cherry unknown. Parents of Carrie CHERRY were Wesley CASE and Ella Ann ROSE. Isaac and Carrie had only one daughter, Blanche Hortman CHERRY (1909-1974) m. (1932) to William Glen HARRIS (1906-1990). Blanche and William moved from the Trenton area to Michigan in the late 1930s. I would be very interested in communicating with any others who are researching the CHERRY heritage in the Trenton, New Jersey area. All serious email will be answered. Thank you.
- Debbie Case. 2 November 1998.

I am looking for information pertaining to CHIANESE, Gennaro, lived in Mercer County, 40 Butler Street, in the Chambersburg Section.
I am also looking for information pertaining to CHIACCHIO, Luigi, Butler Street, Chambersburg Section. Thank you.
- Daniel J. Chianese. 15 January 1998.

Looking for obituary of my g-grandmother's sister Violet Skinner CHOE. Violet and my g-grandmother Harriet SKINNER, both born in New York City ca. 1855-60, are the dau.'s of Annie WATSON of N.Y. and George W. H. SKINNER of London, Eng. My g-grandmother Harriet died in 1945 in New Orleans, La., and according to her obit, her sister Violet (Mrs. Frank) CHOE was living in Trenton, N.J. Have no idea when died, or any of her family. Would appreciate any help.
- Sally Viada. 9 April 1998.

I am looking for any info on Israel CLARKE MD of Lawrence/Clarkesville. Will dated 5/11/1835 or wife Elizabeth STEVENS CLARKE. Children James T. MD, Edward S, Stephen J. (my main focus), Elizabeth, & Mary. Stephens daughter Lydia CLARKE bn 12/25/1815 d 8/28/1898 m Jonathan BOWKER b. 6/10/1805 d 5/17/1893. Their one son Robert H. BOWKER married Harriet E. RUE of Jamesburg on 2/12/1862 in NYC. Any info on any of these folks would be appreciated.
- Lisa. 27 August 1998.

Seeking info on John CLAYTON in NJ, Mercer Co. or Monmouth Co., father of Ann L. CLAYTON, b.6-17-1801, (m. John C. ELY) and Hetty CLAYTON (m. Addi MOUNT, son of Wm MOUNT and Rebecca COX).
- Don Williams. 25 June 1998.

Looking for information on George CLINE born circa 1780 who moved to Mifflin Township, Lycoming County, PA in 1800. He is said to be a native of Mercer County, NJ. His wife's name was Elizabeth ???. I would like to find his parents' names and his wife's maiden name. He may have been married before he left Mercer County. Thank you for any help you can provide.
- Rebecca Cline Reeder. 8 September 1998.

Looking for CLOWARD surname in Mercer, Lawrence Twnshp. Abraham CLOWARD married Ann HANES June 5, 1781. Or information on any CLOWARD surname.
- Janet A. Roasio. 19 March 1998.

I am serching for any CLYMERs that attended Princeton College around 1782. Am searching for decendants of George CLYMER - signer of the Declaration of Independence. Thanks.
- Judy Hayes. 5 March 1998.

The person I am researching is David H. COTTERAL, who lived in Hamilton Township, Mercer County from 1870 to 1885. He was born in November, 1865. His widowed mother Ellen COTTERAL married Thomas MURPHY in May, 1870. I'd appreciate any help that anyone can give.
- Wayne D. Murphy. 717-569-1415. 1 August 1998.

I am searching for an uncle, Jessie Ray COWAN, who was residing in the Hightstown area in January 1960. The only address I have is PO Box 222, Hightstown, NJ. He was born January 20, 1932 or 33 in St. Louis, MO. to John W. COWAN and Lula COWAN BRADEN. His father died in 1941 and he moved with his family to Chicago, IL. The last record I have of him there is in 1951 when his brother, John Earl COWAN, was buried in St.Louis (having been killed in Korea in September 1950). He also has a sister whose name is Inice INEZ. All of my previous efforts have been in vain but this is very important to me as he and his sister are two of my few surviving relatives. I sincerely hope you can help me.
- Margie Jones. 27 September 1998.

The following persons are known to have lived in Mercer County, between 1840 and 1860, specificly:
COWLEY, Maria -- Hamilton Twp, Mercer, NJ; b. 4 Dec 1820 / m/ 18 May 1840: loc: Lowell, Middlesex. MA.
SCOFIELD, James -- Hamilton Twp, Mercer, NJ; m. Maria COWLEY, 15 Jun 1849; children: James - b. 26 Aug 1850, loc: ?; Louisa - b. 29 Apr 1854, Hamilton Twp, Mercer, NJ; {seperated, divorced, widowed ?}.
JOBBINS, Charles T. -- b. 18 May 1818, d. {?} 18 Nov 1847, possible location: Esenville; Hamilton Twp; Ewingville ... {separated from ?}> Maria COWLEY.
Any information related to the above is appreciated.
- Mike Jobbins. 13 November 1998.

Looking for information on Edward COX, of Trenton. He may have married Jane PARKS and had daughter Mary Emma COX circa 1860.
- Janet Bean. 18 December 1998.

Surname DEASEY, Patrick (spelled DASSEY on naturalization papers). I have the naturalization page from The Supreme Court of the State of NJ dated November third 1859. I need the Declaration made on November 3, 1855 at the "Third Inferior Court of Common Pleas of Mercer County". Can you tell me where that record might be? Thank you.
- Kay Arnaudo. 9 February 1998.

Patrick DEASEY of Trenton NJ, first wife Ann QUIGLEY, mother of Joseph (b. +/- 1860); John Edward (1862-1941); Simon (1864-1931) and Edward Joseph (1866-1934). Second wife of Patrick DEASEY was Margaret CUSHING (B.1840) and the mother of my grandmother Catherine DEASEY (1878-1947). Patrick left Trenton about 1914, as did John, Simon and Catherine. Edward went to Morristown, NJ. about 1900. I do not know what happened to Joseph. The family was into pottery. John Edward DEASEY married Julia A (SNIDEKER?). Simon married Clarinda BAILEY. Edward Joseph DEASEY married Elizabeth McMANUS. Catherine married Cornelius McBARRON (see Newark for McBARRON query).
- Kay Arnaudo. 9 February 1998.

Looking for any info on ancestors of William DORAN who died July 21, 1879 in Trenton, NJ, and any info on his wife Rachel Ann JONES who died between 1880-1900 in Trenton, NJ.
- Gayle Fuller. 2 August 1998.

I am 2nd cousin 9 times removed of the Rev. Jonathan EDWARDS; b. 5 October 1703, d. 22 March 1758, m. 28 July 1727 Sarah PIERPONT, 3rd President of Princeton University, NJ. EDWARDS, Jonathan (1703-1758), American theologian and philosopher. He is generally credited with stimulating the religious revival known as the Great Awakening. He attempted to revive Puritan idealism in a new age of science, secularism, and mercantile activity. Rigorously schooled at home, EDWARDS entered Yale at age thirteen, graduating in 1720 when he was seventeen. In 1729 EDWARDS was called to the Congregational church in Northampton, Massachusetts, which has been called the most powerful pulpit in New England. Are there others on the list researching this family? Please contact me.
- Janice Buchanan. 27 October 1998.

I have very little info on this name. The only thing I have is that he was born in Wales in 1848? and that he came to the USA>NJ and married in Trenton, NJ on Sept. 11, 1869. He married Mary Martha EADES. She was born in England on Aug. 24, 1854. I believe he died and she remarried?? If you can help I would be grateful. Thanks.
- Lori Wolfe. 1 October 1998.

ELLIOTT, Matilda - maiden name unk (b. unk, d. late 1930's or early 1940's). Lived in Trenton and was married to Thomas F. ELLIOTT who died very young in either Trenton or Mahoney City, PA. Any info at all would be appreciated. Thanks for your time.
- Jacqueline Sabo. 8 November 1998.

Seeking information on Henry and Elizabeth EMMONS, Trenton. Children: Henry, b. 1841 Trenton; Frances, b. 1847 Trenton; Dan; Charlotte; and N. Minnie.
- Sandra Trapp. 8 August 1998.

Looking for any info on Margaret ENGERT b. Baden abt. 1832, d. 1880-1900 Trenton, NJ. Husband, Charles (John?) JOPP (YOPP) b. Bavaria abt. 1830-1833, d. 1875-1880 Trenton, NJ.
- Gayle Fuller. 14 August 1998.

FEE, John, became citizen 11/6/1854, born Ireland 4/11/1832, wife Mary, born Ireland 1832, married to John, ?. Died ?, lived in Trenton circa 1870-1875.
FEE, James, born 9/7/1854, Monmouth County. Died in Mercer County, ?, wife, Agnes Maria, born 1854, married 7/3/1878 St John's Catholic Church, Trenton. Died in Mercer County ?.
- Walt Grove. 12 January 1998.

John FEE, born in Ireland, lived on Ferry Street in Trenton in the 1840's & 1850's, wife Mary (CLAREY) FEE, son James born on Ferry St. in 1848, married to Agnes DOUGHERTY in 1878. Looking for county in Ireland.
- Walt Grove. 4 March 1998.

I am researching the family of Samuel Carr FENTON b. 29 Oct 1810 in Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey; he md. Henrietta CLAHASSY b. abt 1822. I know the following children, there could have been more: Rachel Ann FENTON b. 23 Nov 1838, Mary Elizabeth b. 24 oct 1844, Samuel Frankin b. 15 Jul 1844, Emma Bell b. 28 Aug 1850. Would be happy to exchange information with other researchers.
- Jolene Riser. [Can be reached at this e-mail address for the next month]. 687 N. 600 E. 94-6, Roosevelt, Utah 84066. 5 April 1998.

I am looking for any information on my Great Grandfather: FERRY, James, born in Trenton, Mercer Co., New Jersey, September 1857. Parents were FERRY, Patrick and Ellen CHASE, both from County Court, Ireland.
- William K. Ferry. 2 February 1998.

The surnames I am interested in are: FITZPATRICK, MACE, BURNS. They all lived in Trenton. Mary FITZPATRICK, my ggrandmother ran a boardinghouse on Lamberton St. near the Riverview Cemetery. She also operated a saloon on Furman or Federal St. This would be approx. early 1900s. My ggrandfather was Lewis MACE. I know nothing about him. My grandfather Thomas BURNS was raised in what was then called Goosetown, a section of Trenton. He was born in 1887 in Trenton. His family belonged to St. Mary's Cathedral parish and then to Holy Angels parish. My ggrandmother's maiden name on the BURNS side of the family was Mary MARIEN. I will be appreciative of any info on these relatives.
- Peggy Strieby. MMS1935@AOL.COM. 23 March 1998.

I am looking for any of the FLANAGAN family that lived in Trenton N.J. in the 1950's ect. I know my Uncle's name was Bernard FLANAGAN he had a son named Bernard who moved to Florida. A son named James (Jimmy) and a Daughter I believe her name was Carol, she Married a PALAGRENI I believe. I believe my Aunt's name was Mary and she died before my Uncle Bern. I am Uncle Jack's daughter trying to find our family roots good or bad. I found Bernnie Jr. died in Florida and I remember he had two sons also, I believe one was Timmy and the other Bernie also. I know his first wife's name was Ardrie. If there is anyone out there that can help please contact me.
- Ellen Flanagan Brunow. 15 December 1998.

Searching for information on Olive ROWLEY FONE. Olive FONE (nee ROWLEY) was the wife of John Allen FONE. John was born on 4 Dec 1857 and died on 20 July 1944 in Lawrence, NJ. He was buried in Greenwood Cemetery and I am hoping that Olive may be buried with him. If there is anyone able to look in Greenwood Cemetery for information on her dates of birth and death, I would be most grateful.
- Diana Bouglas. IBOUGLAS@MSN.COM. London, England. 28 November 1998.

Seeking information on the FORREST family who lived on Wilburtha Road in the Greensburg area [Ewing]. Daniel and Margaret SULLIVAN migrated to America in 1850 from Ireland. Children included Maragret HOLLORAN, Julia O'NEILL, and Mary McCANN. Son Dennis had a daughter Mamie KENNY. Any help would be grealy appreciated.
- Dan Forrest. . 27 September 1998.

Looking for FORT family. Martha E. COVERT (b. June 1841) (dau. of Peter & Phebe COVERT) married Thomas FORT (b. 19 Feb 1829). Children were: Clara M. FORT (b 13 Feb 1866); John C. FORT (b. 1868); Etta L. FORT (b 1870). They were in Trenton, Mercer Co., NJ in the 1900 census. Where did they go? Are there any descendants? Any assistance would be helpful. Thanks!
- Jeff Schlatter. 23 March 1998.

Searching for living descendants of Thomas FORT b. 19 Feb. 1829 in Trenton, m. abt 1865. Spouse was Martha Elizabeth COVERT b. Jun 1841 in Trenton. Their children: Clara M. FORT b. 13 Feb 1866, John C. FORT b. 1868, Etta L. FORT b. 1870 and Howard FORT b. Aug. 1882. US Census shows some of the family- Thomas, Martha and Howard in N.J. as late as 1900, then they disappear.
- Mahlon K. Mahoney. 2202 W. Melrose Pl., West Peoria, IL 61604. 24 June 1998.

John FORT, born 6 Mar. 1830 in Mercer County, New Jersey, married Anna CARTMILL 1854/1855 in New Jersey (Mercer County?). They moved to Stevens Point, Wisconsin and then to Westport, Jackson County, Missouri before the 1860 census. They were in Miami County, Kansas for the 1865 KS State census and the rest of their lives.
- Lorene Fort. 17 March 1998.

FUHRMANN, Jacob b Dec 1854 in Germany, children: Lizzie, b 1878, Florence b 1880, Eva b 1883, William H. b 1885, Christine b 1887, and Ira b 1893. Who was his wife. When did they die and where are they buried? Is Jacob the son of Jacob FUHRMANN b 1825 in Germany, wife Elizabeth, children (all born in NJ) Elizabeth, Amelia, Lewis on 1880 Mercer Co. census. Was Jacob b 1825 naturalized in 1860? When and where did he and his wife die. Would appreciate any information on anyone connected to this family.
- Loudene Tollar. 21 September 1998.

I am seeking info. on a Enoch FURMAN who was married to "Mammie" FURMAN who had a daughter in Mercer Co. named Margaret "Ann" FURMAN b. Jan 9, 1861 who married a John Roe MAPLE in Pennington, NJ Dec 13, 1881. Any info on the FURMAN family would be appreciated.
- Gary Nodes. 8 August 1998.

Surname of my grandmother and great grandparents was GAMMAGE. George GAMMAGE married Sarah HEFFERNAN and they had three daughters: Louise Anne Gammage JUSTICE, Helen Gammage BARTHELEMY, Molly Gammage FINCH. George died in Mercerville in October 1979. I would really appreciate assistance in obtaining any information on my grand parents etc. Thank you for your assistance.
- Valerie Justice. 5 November 1998.

Surname: GAMMAGE, George; GAMMAGE, Sarah Heffernan: Lived most of their lives at 18 Macon Drive, Mercerville, NJ. George died at the age of 95. He is my greatgrandfather. I have a medical need to know his history. He and his wife had three daughters: Louise Anne Gammage JUSTICE, Helen Gammage BARTHELEMY, Molly Gammage FINCH. I would really appreciate any information on he or his descendants. Thank you.
- Valerie Justice. 61 Reinman Road, Warren, NJ. 5 November 1998.

Searching for ancestry of Charles A. GINTHER 1870-1945. He lived most of his life in Trenton, specifically at 118 Chestnut Ave. Wife was Sarah E. GINTHER, her maiden name was either DOWNEY or DOWNING 1871-1915. These are my great grand parents. They had thirteen children with the following surnames marrying into the family: HUMPHREY, SERGEANT, SOHL, PETRY, and MOONAN. Many of the family members, including Charles, were employed at the potteries in Trenton, specifically the Scammels Pottery (or Lamberton). I would appreciate any help with this research, nothing but dead ends so far.
- James D. Humphrey. 10 December 1998.

I am looking for anyone that has any information about Mary GOZORA. She lived in Mercer County. She was married to Martin MATUSEK. She had daughters names Tessie, Rose, Josephine, Carrie, Mary, and she had boys names, Frank, Mike, and John. She was a maid for some Jewish people. And her husband was a gravedigger. She went to Holy Trinity Church in Perth Amboy. She died in 1951, or 52. She also had a sister. Her name was Pauline GOZORA. I just found out that she had died in 1998 and was 100 years old. Anybody that has any information, please contact me.
- Debbie Burch. 18 September 1998.

Searching for information on William GREEN (ca1671 - 1722) > Jeremiah GREEN (ca1710 - ca1762) > Richard GREEN (1740 - 1794) of Hunterdon County, NJ, now Mercer County. William GREEN married Joanna REEDER. Richard GREEN married Ellenor SULLIVAN. Is Richard GREENE of England, born 1655 the father of William? How many wives did Jeremiah GREEN have? Who is the mother of his son, Richard? Any information will be greatly appreciated.
- Kelvin R. Moore. 2906 E. Bankhead Drive, Weatherford, Texas 76087. 16 August 1998.

Researching William GREEN/GREENE b 1660-70; d 16 June 1722. He came to Trenton, Hunterdon County [now Mercer County], NJ around 1700 from Long Island N.Y. His colonial farmhouse still stands on the campus of Trenton State College. Looking especially for passenger list, etc. of his arrival in America and/or his life in England. Will share what I have. (His grandson was my DAR patron).
- Mary Frances Hartley Colson. 2 July 1998.

GROOM, Anna Mae (b. unk, d. 1918) married to John Larrison REED. Lived most of her life in Trenton, place of birth unk. Supposedly married previously to a soldier (name unk) in the Spanish-American War who died from wounds or illness incurred in battle. Any info, particularly on parents or siblings would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your time.
- Jacqueline Sabo. 8 November 1998.

I am seeking information on Elizabeth HAMILTON MCCULLOUGH who married James William MCCULLOUGH in 1859. The couple had 11 children. Elizabeth (aka Eliza) was born Jan 21, 1841 and died Feb. 19, 1922. James was born Nov. 14, 1829 and died Nov. 16, 1908 in Cuba. Elizabeth is buried somewhere in Trenton and there is a marker bearing James' name next to hers, though his body was never returned from Cuba. I am particularly interested in the names of Elizabeth's parents, as she is supposed to be a grandchild of Alexander Hamilton, one of the founding fathers of the US, signer of the Constitution, the first secretary of the Treasury and aid-de-camp of General Washington during the Revolution. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
- Ken Weissman. 23 April 1998.

Searching for Sarah HART (1888 - ). Married Clinton G. PORCH (1881 - ). 3 Children - Marion Evans (1905 - 1992), Carroll, & Earl.
- Diane L. Fisher. 30 December 1998.

G'day. Sporadic researcher of HART family, eventually of Mercer Co., NJ. John HART m. Sarah; son Richard HART d. 1773 m. Margaret SNOWDEN 1725-1817. Would like contact with others researching same line.
- Mary Jo C. Martin. 9 Heysen Grove, Doncaster East VIC 3109, Australia. 25 March 1998.

I am looking for any information on Joseph HART and Rachel (COOK) HART. I know that they were living in Ewing Twp. according to the 1850 census. Their children were: William, Noah, Charles, George, Samuel, Wesley, Sarah, John Mellick, and 4 others who died young. Joseph's father was Nathaniel HART. Rachel's parents were Charles COOK and Sarah (LANNING) COOK.
- Mike Hart. 6 April 1998.

I would like information about the HIGHT family that founded Hightstown, NJ.
- Nathiel Kraemer. 2 February 1998.

Looking for the ancestry of Samuel HILL married Christian b? d 1810. Samuel was reported to have been a farmer in Nottingham Township outside of Trenton and an Elder of the First Presbyterian Church in Trenton. I thank you sincerely for your trouble! I live in Kentucky and can not get out much anymore. Any help you could give is most welcome.
- Frederick Lee Hill, Jr. 12 March 1998.

I am trying to find the ancestors of my grandmother. She was born in Trenton, New Jersey Feb 2, 1893 or 1892. Her name was Catherine HINCHCO.
- Sharon Roczynski. 2 July 1998.

I am looking for information on Sarah Ann HOGLAND, who was born in October of 1803?. She was married to a Jonathan H. SORTORE who was born in Trenton, Mercer Co. Also looking for information on Jonathan's mother and grandparents>> Margaret CONOVER, born in Princeton, Mercer Co. in October 1776, married to Elisha SORTORE. Margaret's parents where Harmon CONOVER and Phoebe BAILEY. I have no other info on them. Thank you.
- Sherry Miller. 20 January 1998.

I am trying to locate anyone who knew of Henry HOLLINGER who lived at 325 Hillcrest Ave., Trenton, N.J. in the early 1960's. I have seen a letter written by him in the 60's that mentions his search of ancestors on his grandmothers line (RICE). That particular line of RICE's is also in my ancestry and I would like to locate any or all of his researched material if it still exists. Does anyone know of a written HOLLINGER Family document and where it may be located? Thanks for any info.
- Robert Rice. 14 July 1998.

HOPEWELL, Sarah, married Joseph GREY of Hopewell (now Mercer County) early 1700's. Daughter Ann GREY b. 1725 married Peter ROZEL b. 1705. Any info on the HOPEWELL, GREY, and ROZEL (ROSZEL) families.
- Denise Sallee. 18 April 1998.

Hunterdon County, now Mercer County. Looking for any information, parents, siblings, cousins of HOUSELL, Theodore, b 1816, m. MOORE, Mary, b. 1820. Info on Mary also needed. Will share information. Thank you.
- Lawrence C. Housell. 23 March 1998.

Ezekial and Rachel HOWELL both born in 1820 in Trenton, Mercer, NJ married and moved to PA for a short time and then to TN. They moved to Macon County, IL in 1848. They had children named Hanry W, Hannah M, Hettie A, Ezekial O, George W, Emma and Elizabeth. Most of the children were born in TN.
- Dale E Underwood. 1230 - 4th St W, Kalispell, MT 59901-4221. 1 July 1998.

Searching for descendants of John HOWEY who died in Trenton in 1782 or 1783. His son, John HOWEY Junior, married Hannah HEWLINGS who was a Quaker. They were in Gloucester County in the 1780's. John HOWEY came from Scotland in the mid-1700's and settled first in Buck's County, PA. He was a Presbyterian and helped establish the Deep Run Presbyterian church there. He apparently did not stay there for he served in the Lancaster County, PA, Militia during the Revolution but died before the was ended. He had two other sons, Joseph and Jacob, and two daughters, Jean and Mary Ann. Would like to hear from any HOWEYs in the area.
- Barbara Howey Parks. 11 August 1998.

Looking for Jesse and Jonathan HUNT per wills. Spouses or any other information greatly appreciated. Jesse proved 1808 in Hopewell Twp Hunterdon Co. Will lists children George (m. Sarah CARPENTER MOORE of Rev. John MOORE of LI line,) Samuel, Jonathan, Rachel and Elizabeth m. John WELLING Jr. Executors--son, Samuel HUNT and Daniel G. HOWELL. Witnesses-Samuel TITUS, Samuel BEAKES, Cornelius HOFF. 1808 Jan 5 Codicil. Brother John HUNT, the smallest obligation I hold against him, Brother Israel HUNT, smallest obligation against him. Witnesses--the same. Proved Jan 20, 1808. 1808 Jan 18. Inventory made by Samuel BEAKS and Stephen BURROWES. File 2314 J.
Will for Jonathan HUNT, of Trenton Twp., Hunterdon Co mentions brother, George (W) his three children, Charles, Louisa and Jesse; brother, Samuel, and sisters, Rachel HUNT, Elizabeth WELLING, and Executors-brother-in-law, John WELLING, Jr., Aaron MOORE. Witnesses-John GUILD, William LANING, William S. MOORE. Proved June 6,1814.1814, May 21. Inventory, made by William S. MOORE. John REEDER. File 2670 J.
- Eunice Hunt Goetz. 3265 Azalea Dr. S., Salem, OR 97302. 11 September 1998.

I am seeking information about an Angelica HUNT daughter of Edward HUNT, he dying in 1757 in Maidenhead, Hunterdon County [now Mercer Co.], NJ. Edward's will referred to the husband of Angelica HUNT his daughter as Ebenezer EARL. I am seeking a marriage record of this union, any records of the birth of children and then any records of the HUNT family in general. The HUNTs were Presbyterians and therefore I would like information about the Presbyterian Church in that area at that time. Thank you. Will share what I have.
- Judy Parsons. 3234 Rock Creek Court, Abingdon, MD 21009. 23 December 1998.

I am trying to trace my Irish routes by obtaining copies of my great great grandfather Patrick HUSSEY's naturalization or wedding applications filed in Mercer County, NJ (filed for naturalization on Dec. 25, 1854; was married at St. John's Roman Catholic Church in Trenton in the early months of 1860.). Thank you.
- George A. Hussey IV. 24 January 1998.

I am searching for William Richard HUTCHINSON, born in Trenton, NJ in 1775. I believe him to be the son of Nathaniel HUTCHINSON and Mary NEAL. Also, according to family tales, Nathaniel HUTCHINSON came from England, but have been unable to find any confirmations.
- Sandy Hutchinson. 29 January 1998.

I am looking for any information on my grandparents and greatgranparents who lived in the Trenton region in the 19th century. My greatgrandfather HUTCHINSON was curator of the Civil War Museum in Trenton, and also was a published poet. My father Edwin Pitman JOSEPH was born in Trenton in Sept 24, 1900. Thank You.
- Robert Joseph. BJdabear@AOLCOM. 117 Orchard Ridge Ln., Boca Raton, FL 33431. 4 September 1998.

Looking for info on IMHOFF, Henry - born 11/4/1766, died 7/10/1833 in White Horse, New Jersey. Name of cemeteries, during this time, etc. Also father of Henry was Martin IMHOFF sailed to America 1740 from Rotterdam.
- Laura Imhoff. 24 February 1998.

My father, Lloyd JAMES, was born in Trenton, NJ, on Jan. 6, 1912 and died May 26, 1973. He was the youngest of 11 children. His mother, Maggie VANDICH SIDDERS JAMES, was born about 1875 and died while Lloyd was a baby. His father, William W. JAMES, was born about 1874 and died while Lloyd was a young boy. He was raised in an orphanage for a period of time. He moved to Boston, MA and married my mother Blanche (private) in 1934. He had a sister named Lavina (Vina) S. JAMES OCHER O'DAY who was born about 1897 and died August 7, 1953. One of his brothers was named Charles W. JAMES who was born about 1910 and died February 25, 1953. Charles was married to Elva (Peg) WHITECRAFT JAMES. Charles and Elva had 6 children: Margaret, Elizabeth, Alvin R., Donald A., Ronald R.and Charles W. Jr. My father, Lloyd, also had a brother Irving about whom I know nothing. I think one of his brothers was named William and possibly a sister named Martha. My father claimed to have "Pennsylvania Dutch" lineage. I would be most appreciative if someone could give me some clues to my roots. Thanks much.
- Lloyd J. James. 15 January 1998.

J. L. JAQUES; Dob 1816; Death 1869.
- Webb Lingle. 20 August 1998.

Looking for any info on ancestors of Charles (John?) JOPP (YOPP,YUPP) who was born in Bavaria about 1830-1833 and died in Trenton, NJ about 1875-1880, and any info on his wife Margaret ENGERT who was born in Baden about 1832-1833 and died in Trenton, NJ between 1880-1900.
- Gayle Fuller. 2 August 1998.

JOSEPH, Elmer: I am looking for any information about my grandfather Elmer JOSEPH. He married in Mercer County in the late 19th century to Josephine HUTCHINSON.
- Robert Joseph. BJDABEAR@AOL.COM. 5 November 1998.

In 1880 & 1900 census a George KLEINKAUF(b. Germany 1843), wife Phillipina (b. Germany 1849) are listed with their children, Edward (b. Trenton 1874), William (1876), Fredrick Charles (1878), Louisa (1880), Mary (1883), Henry (1889). George was a barber. Living with family in 1880 was brother Jacob KLEINKAUF (b. Germany 1853) also a barber. Any information on this family or descendants greatly apreciated.
- Barbara Jarvis. 6 January 1998.

KLEINKAUF, Heinrick, listed as a deserter from Hessian Army at Trenton, Revolutionary War. Any information appreciated.
- Barbara Jarvis. Webpage: 6 January 1998.

I'm looking for the descendants of George J. KLEINKAUF, born 1830 in Germany, died May 22, 1894 in Trenton. He was married to Helena KUCHLER. They had three children, J. George , who was married to Margaretta STEWART, Anna Mary , and Frank who married Dora FORT. J. George and Margaretta KLEINKAUF were known to have had four children, Frank S., William P., Helena, and Hildagard. Frank and Dora KLEINKAUF are only known to have had one child, George. Any information greatfully accepted.
- Barbara Jarvis. 18 April 1998.

I am seeking information regarding Enoch KNOWLES, born in 1805 near or around Titusville N.J. This could also have been Nottingham Twp. I am also interested in the parents names and birthdates and anyone who has done research on this family name.
- Walter Knowles. 25 March 1998.

I am researching my surname KROSCHWITZ. My great-great grandfather August KROSCHWITZ came to Trenton in 1872. I want to find out more. Thank you.
- John F. Kroschwitz II. or 24 June 1998.

I am looking for information on the following surnames in Mercer County. Listed are some of the names I have: Aaron LAKE, married Mary ?, their daughter Sadie LAKE married Charles HELMUTH. They had the following children: William, Caroline, Nicholas, Edward, Frank and Charles. Caroline married Michael FOX. They had 8 children. Anyone with information on these families, I would love to hear from you.
- Jen Press. 2 August 1998.

David LAYCOCK, Sr. was born in what is now Mercer County, New Jersey, 17 August 1765. He married Rachel SWICK on 3 March 1786 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. They are both buried in Jackson, Jackson County, Michigan.
- Lorene Fort. 17 March 1998.

I am seeking information regarding my grandmother Ida May LEATHERMAN, born July 7, 1892 in Trenton, New Jersey, to Henry LEATHERMAN and Anna Jones LEATHERMAN. She married Floyd George BAUMAN on August 4, 1919 in Niagara Falls, Welland Co., Ontario Canada. Her background is quite illusive to my Mom and aunts and uncles. Hope you can help. Thanks.
- Donna Figueredo. 26 April 1998.

LIPTAK, Andrew, Mercer Co., deceased. Brother LIPTAK, John, Monmouth Co. (deceased). My cousin by marriage LIPTAK, John.
- Clare Rooney Short. 18 December 1998.

I am looking for any information on the surname LOVETT. Emma Van Hart LOVETT was born in Trenton, Mercer County, NJ on 11/4/1884. Her parents were Owen LOVETT and Elizabeth NELSON of Bucks County, PA. Any and all information would be greatly appreciated.
- Karen E. Vockrodt. 16 August 1998.

Hello. I am seeking info about my paternal grandfather, James Kenneth MACFARLAND. He married Anna Mae STOUT in Trenton, NJ on or about 1921. I once saw the marriage cert but can't find it now. James died in Donnelly Hospital some time before 1952. I would be so grateful for any info. Thanks, a NJ Macfarland looking for clan.
- Macfarland. 8 November 1998.

Alonzo B. MAGEE was my g-grandfather. He was born in Longbranch, Monmouth County, New Jersey on 21 January 1856. He married my g-grandmother, Emma VANSCHOICK, daughter of Peter B. VANSCHOICK and Mary E. VANSCHOICK, on 16 October 1879. He died on 26 June 1937 in Ewing Township, Mercer County, New Jersey. According to my father's first cousin, Alonzo was a baker at Princeton University during Woodrow Wilson's presidency of that university. I have been searching for the names of Alonzo's parents for the past 8 years. His father's name, possibly, was Charles MAGEE. His mother's name was, possibly, Charlotte. I do not know Charlotte's maiden name. Any help is greatly appreciated.
- Kerry L. Moos. 26 April 1998.

I am seeking info on Daniel MAPLE b. 1808 d. Aug 8 1883 who married a Gertrude ROE b. ca. 1814 who had a John Roe MAPLE b. Feb 14 1850 in "Elytown", Mercer Co. Any info would be appreciated.
- Gary Nodes. 8 August 1998.

MARKEY, Edward Joseph, born 1908, deceased 1968. MARKEY, Peter or Edward Joseph ?? father of above. I am interested in locating the above names, area of residence was Trenton, Anderson St, Franklin Ave, area. I know Edward J. MARKEY was baptised in the Immaculate Conception church in Trenton. His Father was Peter MARKEY?? or maybe Edward J. MARKEY.
- Patricia M. (Markey) Bernard. 4 March 1998.

MATHIS, James (Jimmy), born possibly 1924, living in Trenton, NJ. I believe he died sometime in the 1960's. Mercer County, NJ. Any one with any information on this man, his family or anything would be greatly appreciated.........Please contact us. Thank you.
- Marianne or Carol. or 13 November 1998.

My grandfather James P. MCCAFFREY settled in Trenton, NJ. We have a picture of him on a football team. It was taken in around 1903-1910. All of the men in the photograph are wearing sweaters with the initial "H" on them. An older relative of mine told me that she believed it was a football team of a "town" not a school. If anyone has any information on this, please let me know. Thank you very much.
- Kathy McClung. 14 September 1998.

MCCANN, James Edward, b. May 7, 1849 in Trenton, Mercer, NJ, wife MURPHY, Mary Catherine (10/6/56) born in nearby Monmouth County. If you are tracking this family, I have a lot of info on them, including James E. MCCANN and his father and two uncles, James, John and Michael MCCANN
- Sean Hall. 5 April 1998.

I am looking for information on my ggranfather Owen MCCOY who lived in Trenton. He married Bridget CONWAY abt 1886. I am looking for a date of death and any other family. He had a son James MCCOY. Thanks.
- Marie Turnbull. 12 January 1998.

I am trying to find infomation about John and Michael MCHALE. They were born in Trenton in 1880 and 1883 respectively. Thank you.
- Michael J. McHale Jr. 5 November 1998.

Is/was Mercer County named after General ? Mercer who was killed in the second battle of Trenton????? Any info appreciated including the general -- the battle -- and when/if the county was named in his honor ------ many many thanks.
- Dick Sedgewick. 16 August 1998.

Seeking info on MERRILL, STOUTS, FOUTS, GOLDENS families. They resided in Hopewell Township till 1810 when as a group relocated in Franklin County, IN. Appreciate any info on families while living in Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ. Thank you.
- Jann Fouts. JANNFOUTS@AOL.COM. 11 December 1998.

Looking for parents of Daniel H. MOORE, born c1838 in NJ and married to Anna H. LANNING on Mar. 21, 1857 in Trenton. They have six children in 1870 census - Jane, Mary, Snowden, Thomas, Katherine (born June 4, 1865, married Horace DUMONT May 27, 1884), and Edgar. This query almost duplicates a query posted here Sept. 1996 by Ms. Peg Duko (info on Snowden MOORE, born c1816 in NJ), whose email address is unfortunately no longer valid.
- Andy Webb. 24 August 1998.

Would like to find parents of Cornelius MOORE, brn abt. 1757. He resided in what is now Mercer Co., NJ. He md Nancy HANING, [1790], her parents were Matthew HANING and Margaret MCKINNEY. He left NJ abt. 1790 and was in Wash. CO, PA by 1793. Moved onto Athens CO, OH where he was one of the first settlers in 1795 with other families from NJ whose surnames were HANING, ROSS, BROOKS, SNOWDEN. Any help or info would be much appreciated.
- Maureen Moore Ellis. 9 January 1998.

MORRELL, Thomas III, born abt. 1688, Long Island, NY. Died abt. 1732 in Hopewell, Hunterdon Co. [now Mercer Co.], NJ. He was the grandson of Thomas MORRELL, I of Newtown, (Queens Co.), NY and my sixth generation great grandfather.
- Leesa McKeon. P. O. Box 310, Cashiers, NC 28717. 6 January 1998.

I am looking for my biological grandparents, My father, Charles Calvin MORRIS, was born in Franklin Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey on May 6, 1933, his parents, the mother was single and around the age of 18. The father was suspose to be married with a few children, and he worked for the railroad. Sometime after birth and the age of 16 months, my father was placed in the New Jersy Childrens Home Society, 471 Parkway Ave, Trenton , NJ. My adopted grandparents took him home to Pennsville, Salem County, New Jersey around when he was about 18 months and he stayed with them 5 years before the adoption took place, which was March 29th, 1940 in the Salem County Orphans Court, New Jersey. The adoptive parents were Albert W. and Ella E. DILKS. Please if any one has any information about this contact me. Thanking all in advance.
- Debbie Orner. 18 December 1998.

Mt. Carmel Guild:
Looking for some information on a place called "Mt. Carmel Guild"; where would it of been located. I know it was in Mercer Co. NJ. I think it was in the Trenton area. Would it of been some kind of children's home in 1945-46? Is it still around? I know there are no more children's homes but perhaps it is catering to other resouces. Thank you.
- Marianne Hitchcock. 22 November 1998.

Seeking info anc./desc. of John MUIRHEID, d. 1725 Hopewell Twp. Hunterdon Co. [now Mercer Co.], NJ and wife Rebecca BAYLES(S), d. 1759 Hopewell Twp. Children born between 1710 and 1725 included Jane, George, John, William, Andrew, Rebecca, Ruth, and Elizabeth. I am particularly interested in Rebecca, said to have been married to George BARTON, who emigrated to Bedford County, PA before 1800.
- Michael S. Caldwell. 12 March 1998.

Searching information on David H. (?) MURPHY b. November 02, 1865 in Trenton, New Jersey. While a young boy, his parents were killed and David was raised by his maternal grandmother whose name was MURPHY and he took her last name.
- Jean Kremer. Box 147, Clermont, Iowa 52135. 5 March 1998.

Looking for information on Patricia MURPHY. Would have been in the Trenton area in 1952-53. Thanks.
- Marcia Holleran. 18 March 1998.

I am interested in locating the history of a MURPHY family in Trenton, NJ, 1800 - 1890. MURPHY could be an adopted name with real family surname being CANTRELL, CANTWELL, or QUANTRELL.
- Wayne Murphy. 4 April 1998.

NALE, Mary L. born Dec. 1847 in New Jersey. Gave birth to Herbert Joshua SOWBY April 1884 in Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey. Child's father John Eveson SOWBY came from England.
- Mark Squires. 28 June 1998.

New Jersey Childrens Home Society:
Can anyone tell me anything about the New Jersey Childrens Home Society, 471 Parkway Ave., Trenton, NJ? Is it still there? This is the address from March of 1940. Are there records around from the Society? Looking for info on a child that was placed there in 1933, and was placed in a home in 1935. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
- Debbie Orner. 4 April 1998.

I am interested in any information on Joshua C. NORTON, born May 10, 1829, Mercer County, N.J. Family members? Military service? Civil War connections? Thank You.
- Dave Norton. 17 April 1998.

Have large collection of NUTT families in Mercer and Burlington counties, looking for more connections.
- Amy Paffhausen. 24 June 1998.

I am looking for a Charles O'LAUGHLIN and Nora MCTIEGH. They had a daughter Katherine Margaret (GRIFFIN); she died in 1929 and is buried at St. Marys Cemetery ?? in the family plot. They also had Mary, Eleanor (Sissy), Woodrow, Buddy, William, John, Edward, Thomas. They lived on Kelsey St., in Ewing Township. Charles died before 1929 and Nora sometime in the 40's. Any information would be great. Thank You.
- Maureen Ellithorp. 19537 Chadway St, Canyon Country, CA 91351. 25 November 1998.

I am looking for any information on Thomas and Angeline PAGLIARO who lived in Trenton, N. J. Thank you.
- Connie Pagliaro. 8 April 1998.

I am looking for any info on Dr. Roger PARKE, m. Ann PATISON, 10 Apr 1676 ... lived in Hunterdon [now Mercer] County. Roger was from England (Quaker). I am his 9th Great Grandson. Would appreciate any info you have on his family and life history. Very Respectfully.
- William "Doug" Park. WVUMountaineerProud@IBM.Net. 27 October 1998.

Trying to establish contact with George (b. approx. 1922) and/or Michael (b. 1924) PASTOR, or their decendents. Both lived at 912 Adeline St., Trenton, NJ in 1947. Their father may have been a George PASTOR, son of George and Mary KOLESAR PASTOR who settled in Cleveland, OH, approx. 1913. One of the two younger Georges was a Penetentary Guard in the Trenton, NJ area. Last known visit to the Cleveland area by one of the Georges and his family was in the 1950s to Joseph and Julia (June) SHADE. Please contact me if any of this sounds familiar. Thank you.
- George W. Jusko. 2930 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester, NY 14618. 4 May 1998.

Please help me find my roots. I am looking for my roots. I was born to Patricia PEASE, on 11/27/64. My birth name was Christopher Jordan PEASE. My grandparents were Charles and Mary PEASE. This PEASE family lived in Mercer Co. Their ages were 47 (Mary) 56 (Charles) 15 (Patricia). She was a student there. She had two sisters, one brother also named Charles PEASE. Please let me know any info you can share with me. Previous address, etc... I have tried everything I can think of. I have a failing kidney problem and would like to find family. Thank You.
- William "Bill" Francis Flynn. 3300 Blue Ridge CT., Westlake Village, CA 91362. #805-497-2706. 9 July 1998.

Seeking any information on Daniel PEGG, Quaker yeoman, died 1702/03 Philadelphia, PA. His descendants later moved at or near Trenton, New Jersey. My lines then moved up to Ontario Canada in 1789. Note: Back in the early 1900's a family genealogist, W.J. Pegg of Sharon, Ontario Canada, had found a Wm. C. Pegg, a commercial traveler, in the Trenton, NJ phone book who had a family bible going back four generations of Daniel's. He also hired a Quaker Genealogist in Trenton, NJ by the name of Miss Annie North who had sent him family documents, including a copy of a deed for 600 acres in 1665. All his papers were destroyed in a house fire in 1917 and he died in 1928. I would like to find the bible and deed and would greatly appreciate any help by any cousins or genealogists in that area.
- Janice Baker. Pegg Family History Webpage: 23 April 1998.

William PIDCOCK b. 1795 m. Eleanor GOLDEN 23 Feb. 1821. Both d. 1855 and are buried in Ewing Church. Children: Sarah A. (b. 1823), Mary m. A GIRTON, Deborah (b. 1825) m. Montgomery Howell PHILLIPS in Titusville (1845), Amos (b. 1831 d. 1848), Benajmin (b. 1835) and Edward (b. 1840). William's parents were Benjamin PIDCOCK by. 1773 and Ann ? and are buried in Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church where he was an elder. Benjamin and Ann had been members of Solebury Presbyterian Church before moving to NJ. I am looking for information about: parents of Eleanor GOLDEN, Benjamin and Ann PIDCOCK. Thanks!
- Donna Evans. 2 February 1998.

Seeking information on the family of Zebulon PIKE, explorer, and founder of Pike's Peak in Colorado. He was born in Trenton, NJ in 1799. Would like to know who his parents were and the names of his brothers and sisters. His brother was my GGGGF. Laura PIKE (my GGGM) was his neice. She had a sister, Elvira PIKE, who married James FISK, Governor of Vermont.
- Leslie A. Penn. 17 March 1998.

I am looking for John POTTER and Margaret POTTER's grave site. Margaret's maiden mame is GROVE or GROVES. They are my great great grand parents. They lived in West Windsor, but my great grand father's military records state that he was born near Princeton. Therefore I am wondering if the "Trinity Church, aka Potter Family" is the location of my ancestors. If there is a list of names or any other information that would help me determine where they are buried please let me know where I can obtain it. I would also like to get a list of the POTTERs that are buried at the Trinity Church. Thanks in advance.
- Paul T. Potter. or 22 June 1998.

I am interested in PROBASCO surname info, family trees and research. I am starting a central PROBASCO database to direct researchers to others who are researching their line. The PROBASCO's have been in Mercer County since the early 1700's.
- Nora Probasco. 9 February 1998.

I am trying to locate my father, Bruno PUDDU, who last resided in Trenton, NJ. I don't have his street address. I need to know his current residence or if he is possibly deceased. Thank You.
- Randy Puddu. 404 West 48th St., Apt. 2A, New York, NY 10036. 3 December 1998.

REED, John Larrison (b. Nov 1877, d. Mar 1963) married to Anna Mae GROOM (b. unk,d Oct 1918 . Lived in Trenton most of his life, although believed to have been born and/or raised in Mt. Rose. Any info at all would be appreciated, especially on his parents or siblings. Thank you for your time.
- Jacqueline Sabo. 8 November 1998.

I am seeking info on a John ROE b. ca. 1776 d. Mar 7, 1854 and was married to a Elizabeth (VANHISE) ROE b. ca. 1780 d. Dec 13 1862. Both are burried at Drakes Corner Rd. cemetery near Princeton, NJ. They had a daughter Gertrude ROE b. 1814 who married a Daniel MAPLE b. 1808 d. Aug 8, 1883. Any info on the ROE or related families would be appreciated.
- Gary Nodes. 8 August 1998.

Information on family of Frank & Catherine ROONEY (deceased), Trenton, Mercer Co. New Jersey, late uncle. Thank you for your assistance.
- Clare Rooney Short. 18 December 1998.

Ernest RUNYON. Lulu RUNYON. Jack RUNYON. Looking for information contained in the obituary of Ernest RUNYON, born 9 August 1891 and died July 1952 in Trenton. (exact date unknown). Ernest had a sister, Lulu RUNYON, and a brother, Jack RUNYON. Ernest married a woman named Maybelle. Would appreciate detailed information from Ernest's obituary. Thank you.
- J. Robert Runyon. 25422 Estrada Circle, Punta Gorda, Florida 33955. 16 July 1998.

SABO, George (b. unk, d. unk) lived in Trenton and had several children who were born & died in Trenton. The senior George was an immigrant from Hungary, city unk. No info on his wife ( the junior George's wife was Mary). Any info at all will be a help & appreciated. Thanks for your time.
- Jacqueline Sabo. 8 November 1998.

Searching Stephen SCALES, b. 1769 died 1834 in Princeton NJ. He started the Trenton Water Works in 1801. He married Mrs. LOWE 1799 in Christ Church, New Brunswick, NJ. He started a pump & pipe factory 1804 in Princeton. They had 3 children that I know of Mercy Marie, Edith Anne both bapt. St. Mary's Church 1806 in Burlington & Cornelius b.1814 in Princeton. I am trying to find where Stephen was born & who his parents were. Now Mercer County.
- Joe Scales. 11 August 1998.

Seeking information on Jasper SCOTT of Trenton, Mercer Co., New Jersey. Born in New Jersey in 1789, Died 8 Jun 1857 in Trenton, Mercer Co., New Jersey. Occupation, Mason Wife: Rebecca. Had two sons Charles SCOTT born 1 Jul 1818 who owned a Book & Stationary store in Trenton. Edwin F. SCOTT born 14 Jan 1828 was also in the business. I believe Jasper SCOTT's father to be William SCOTT, mother, Elizabeth. Charles SCOTT had a son Lewis Winfield SCOTT born 17 Apr 1847 who was a lawyer in the Trenton, Mercer Co., New Jersey area throughout his life. Looking for anyone who may be related or have information on this family.
- Roberta Scott Gentry. 29 April 1998.

SHADOAN, Josiah: moved from Pulaski County, Kentucky between 1910 and 1918 with his children after his wife died, to Trenton, Mercer Co., New Jersey. FOSTER, Owen Herbert was living in Trenton, New Jersey in 18 Nov 1925 when he married Josiah SHADOAN's daughter, Zada Irene SHADOAN. Owen and Zada had 2 children while living in Trenton, New Jersey, Irma Nadine and Florence Irene FOSTER. Irma was my mother. Any information would be appreciated.
- Doris Irwin. 11 July 1998.

I am seeking any information on my GGrandfather David SHIELDS who married Tempe STEWERT abt. 1840 in Mercer Co. Thank you.
- Stephen Shields. 13 November 1998.

I am researching the names SILVER, BENHAM, ARCHER, and NUTT. They lived in various places in towns that are now Mercer County. They moved from NJ to KY in late 1700's, then to Montgomery Co., OH by 1813, then to IN abt. 1850, and finally some settled in IL. If you have any of these names in Mercer Co. NJ during 1600's and 1700's, chances are there's a connection. Please let me know if you are also researching those families. Thanks.
- Beth. 21 September 1998.

Am searching for information on James SMITH, b. 1701 Trenton, m. 1750 Ann PARK; known children -- Aaron SMITH b. March 23, 1751 or 1753, m. Sarah ALLEN.
- Charles Smith. 19 March 1998.

I am trying to find info on an ancestor Mary W. SMITH, Trenton, Mercer Cty, NJ. I have no information except that she was listed in 1850 census. I believe that she was born between 1808 and 1818. She married Richard SMITH and had a son named Richard K. SMITH. She may have moved to S. Amboy, NJ as that is where her descendents were born. If any one can cast light on this, I would be grateful.
- Ninette Maples. 19 January 1998.

Looking for parents of Samuel SMITH b. 1789 near Imlaystown, N.J. d. Hamilton Twp, Mercer County, N.J. 1873, and his wife Susanna MORRIS b. 1797 d. 1880 near Windsor, N.J. Both are buried in Hamilton Square Baptist Churchyard. Children were Howard I., George F., Samuel M., Sarah A. and Caroline W.
- Gail Rigley. 19 March 1998.

SOWBY, Herbert Joshua b. April 1884 in Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey. Father John Eveson SOWBY came from England. Mother Mary L. NALE born in New Jersey.
- Mark Squires. 28 June 1998.

Searching for ancestors and decendents of David and Katherine HARTMAN STEEPY of Trenton, Mercer Co., NJ. Daughter Myrtle b 10 Jun 1903 in PA. Other children Louis, Richard, David, Yelma, Katherine, maybe others.
- Pat Miller. 530 S. Clark Powell, WY 82435. 22 June 1998.

Charles H. STEWART and his father was William L. STEWART, both of Mercer County, NJ, any information? They were my g-grandfather and gg-grandfather. They were in charge of the Greenwood Cemetery. Charles was married to Sarah and William was married to Martha -- Need information. Thanks.
- Cindy Stewart-McMahon. 14 September 1998.

I am seeking any information on the marriage of my GGreatmother Tempe STEWART to David SHIELDS in Trenton about 1840. Thank you very much.
- Stephen Shields. 3 December 1998.

I am seeking info on Edward Charles Martin STEWART born in Trenton, NJ sometime around December 1892. I don't have much info on him until he moved to Atlanta, GA in 1932. He was my Grandfather and we never knew any of his family from Trenton. He said his family was buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery in Burlington, NJ. His mother's name was Mary STEWART and his father's name was Edward or Charles STEWART. He said he had a large family. He was always secretive about his past. According to military records he was in the army from 1917-1919. He enlisted in New York and he was discharged in Jackson Barracks, LA. The veterans administration wrote my Grandmother after he died to inform her he had been married 3 times before her with no death records or divorce records available. He was suppose to be married to Mary Martha BURNETTE, Mabel THOMAS and to Amelia TILT. Thank you.
- Sandy Rich. 16 August 1998.

Seeking information on Joseph STOCKTON. b.1697, Flushing, Queens, NY; d. 1710, Princeton (Mercer Co.). NJ; m. Elizabeth DOUGHTY. Am also interested in their children, particularly looking for a Daniel STOCKTON, b.1727. Thank you for any help.
- Linda P. Felton. 10 September 1998.

Looking for the parents of Harry B. STOCKTON b. 1874 in Princeton, NJ, m. Anna Carrie BOWEN in Atlantic City, NJ 1/6/1897. Their daughter was Selma Anna STOCKTON b. 10/08/1901. Harry's occupation on his daughter's birth certificate is listed as "gentleman".
- Lori Battisfore. 12 November 1998.

Searching for birth and/or marriage records for Josiah THORNE and Hanna ENGLAND in Mercer Co., NJ. Their daughter, Rachael Belle THORNE, was born 1 Dec 1833 in Mercer Co. There was also a son, Josiah (Si) THORNE. I have most of the descendants of these folks who moved to IN in 1845. Thank you.
- Harold Clupper. Chester Co., PA. 18 December 1998.

1. I am looking for any members of the TILSTONE or TILSTON families. My mother was Hannah Elizabeth TILSTONE (dau.of Daniel and Elizabeth Ellen) and she had a brother possibly Benjamin who lived in Trenton, New Jersey, possibly Princetown or Princeton Rd. They were there during WW 2. and lost touch when my mother died. TILSTONE Family came from Goldenhill, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs, England.
2. I research narrow boat families in Wolverhampton Archives, West Midlands, Staffs. Can help in local searches if needed. Hope you can help.
- Norman Holt. 16 Alverstoke Close, Pendeford, Wolverhampton, West Midlands. Tel no.U.K. 01902- 397661. 1 August 1998.

TURNER, Marion (or Marian); Maiden name - MARVEL or MARVAL, Marion (or Marian). TURNER; Husband - first name? TURNER; two sons - James TURNER (b. 1938); Joe Turner (b. ?). A married couple who resided in Trenton from 1938-1958?. Please send any replies on this couple's ancestry.
- Steven Turner. 13 November 1998.

I am descended from the VAN KOUWENHOVEN/COVENHOVEN/CONOVER line from Hunterdon County, NJ. Can anyone tell me where such places as Wickatunk and Brick Church and Six Mile Run are located? Other names include SCHENK/VAN VOORHEES/VAN DERVEER/MONFOORT and COOL and others from Mercer and Hunterdon County. Thanks
- Chuck Rose. San Jose, CA. 9 October 1998.

I'm James Russell VANNEST Sr. now living in South Florida . My family is from New Jersey . I have alot of info. of family but I'm at a dead end at 1824. My gg grandfather was Abraham G. VANNEST / VANNESTE b. 1824 d. ? married to Maria L. unknown maiden name? b. 1834 d. ?. I don't know Abraham's father's name or anything else before 1824 . My family were farmers and I have maps of the farm in West Windsor township, Middlesex County, New Jersey. In 1850 cenus the township was Hillsborough township and the County was Somerset, New Jersey. The farm was in our family till 1960 . My grand Uncle Leroy A. VANNEST b. 1877 d. 1960 was the last VANNEST to farm the land. I must add he was a bachelor. The West Windsor Township has a park now where my families farm was. By the way, the name of the park is VanNest Park on Cranbury Road. Hope you can help me out fill in the blanks?
Last name: First name: Birth: Death: Relation:
VANNEST, Abraham, b.1824, d.____, gg Grandfather
_______, Maria L., b.1834, d.____, gg Grandmother
MORRIS, Alma, b.1854, d. ____ Great Grandmother
CUBBERLEY, Isaac, b. 1852, d.1917, Great Grandfather
DEY, Matilda, b. 1854, d. 1918, Great Grandmother
WYCKOFF, unknown, b. ____, d. ____, Middle name of Grandfather
- James Russell VanNest Sr. 19 March 1998.

Looking for information on Jacob VAUGHN and/or his son John VAUGHN who were living in West Windsor Twp. Middlesex Co., NJ (now Mercer Co.) in 1781. Believe Jacob's son John VAUGHN is the John who married Mary CHEESEMAN dau. of Joseph in Monmouth Co., NJ in 1764. John and Mary then moved to Washington Co., PA around 1790. Any information would be appreciated.
- Randall Vaughn. Box 35 Knox Hwy. 26, Galesburg, IL 61401. 19 January 1998.

I am searching for my father Luis VIERA who resided in Trenton, NJ in the years of 1973 and 1974. He dated my mother Essie HUFF. I don't have any detailed information but I believe he would be in his 50's now. If you have any information please contact me via email.
- A. Arroyo. 22 June 1998.

Looking for descendants of John WHITEHEAD 1788-1852 and Anna RHODES 1790-1866, emigrants in 1817 to PA from England, who settled in Hamilton Twp., Mercer Co., NJ. Sons founded Whitehead Rubber Co.
- William Collins. 21 September 1998.

WILDERMANN, Nathaniel George, and wife Catherine Tracy WILDERMANN, daugs Catherine and Mildred, all on 1920 Fed. Census, Trenton. Willing to share WILDERMANN line information from 1600's to present.
- Karen Peer Terry. 4 September 1998.

WINNEMORE - Jehu and John and families - Jehu WINNEMORE was a Presbyterian minister in the late 1800s early 1900s in Pennsylvania, but the famliy was raised in Mercer County and Trenton. ( But sometime back moved from Phila ). Some lived in Mercer County until the mid 1900s. This family is the surname of my maternal grandmother, and if this family can be found it may provide a clue to a missing step in the ancestry.
- Bob Ballantyne. 22 November 1998.

Researching WINNEMORE family name, known to be living in Trenton, Mercer County, in 1900. Father Jehu WINNEMORE, mother Annie SIDWELL WINNEMORE, born abt 1841, died 1914 in Trenton, NJ. Sons Jehu WINNEMORE, Born 1874, Died 1948, And Rev. John Louis WINNEMORE, born 1878 and died 1945. Also may have had a daughter named Annie KULK. Does anyone have any information on this family?
- Kathie Groll. 24 August 1998.

Daniel F. WITMER. Eliza R. NEIFFER, his wife. I am trying to track down any information on the whereabouts of a tavern owned by Daniel F. WITMER on Clinton Avenue near the Trenton Train Station sometime before 1908. Also interested in other information about WITMER or his family, which moved to Trenton from Herndon, PA. The WITMERs owned a candy shop in Herndon before their move to Trenton. Thank you.
- Joanne Pfleiderer. PO Box 2393, Princeton, NJ 08543-2393. 14 July 1998.

Seeking the parents of John WRIGHT, b. March 23, 1776, possibly son of a John or William WRIGHT who lived in NJ, probably the Hopewell, Mercer Co. area. John married Rachel SEAMAN Oct. 19, 1801 in Washington Co., PA. Rachel was born July 17, 1784, in NJ, probably Hopewell, NJ. From the book "Descendants of William Seaman of Washington County, Pennsylvania - Allied Families: Hunt, Brasher, McCammant and Wright" - p. 3, "It has been established by tax and Revolutionary War records that William SEAMAN resided in Hopewell, NJ from at least 1778 to 1785/6." p. 4, "Minutes of the Council of Safety of New Jersey" reveal the names and activities of many persons associated with the SEAMAN family: DUSENBERRY, WRIGHT, APPLEGATE, HUNT, BURROWS." p. 37, "The HUNTs lived (in Washington Co. PA) near Polly (SEAMAN)'s father and brother, William and Joseph SEAMAN, John WRIGHT and John VAUGHN, all family names from New Jersey." Who were these WRIGHTs?
- Ann Lester. 1 August 1998.

WYSOCKI, Michael Nickales, husband, wife Josephine Kaminski WYSOCKI. Both from Poland. They were married on February 15, 1908 at Holy Cross Church in Trenton. Lived in Allentown which is their last known address. Michael died at Helene Fuld hospital either 1965 or 66, Josephine 1933. Children lived in Trenton. Kaiser, Helen, John, Thomas. Mary Jane lives in Cherokee, NC. Married Sam OWL. Sophie, Raymond live in Allentown. Whole family are Catholics. I have most info, just need a few more details.
- Fay Owl Ludwig. 31 December 1998.


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