Charlene Insley Sala
I am researching my Insley ancestors. I know my Great-great
grandfather came from Warren county. His name was William Gardner
Insley and he married Mary Kimple February 16, 1833. I am trying to
find his parents. I think his father is Christopher Insley but have
not been able to find out for certain. I really feel that I got quite
a bit to study from your website. Thank you very much.
Mary A Widenhouse
Searching In Warren Co. for Koch, Shipman, Smith, Unangst
Dale A. Hamlen
I have recently begun to search for my ancestors. The families for
which I am collecting data include:
Woolf, Wolf, Wolfe
This info shown on this website should be very helpful to me. Thanks!
Dale A. Hamlen
I have recently begun to search fo my ancestors. The families for
which I am collecting data include:
Woolf, Wolf, Wolfe
Many, many, THANKS to John Obrien for the transcription of the
Washington Cemetery. Bless his heart.
Thank you for your extensive site. Thanks to your cemetery listing my
son and I visited the Yellow Frame Church Cemetery on September 11,
2001. We took photos and rubbings of the headstones of my 4th Great
grand parents George -&- Sarah Armstrong. It was a lovely place and easy
In addition to the Armstrong line I am also searching for
on Isaac Albertson who I believe was born in 1782 -&- died in 1855, and
his Wife Sarah Shackelton B. 1786 d. 1859.
Cedar Rapids, IA
I am searching "Pursel" family and found your site helpful
(greenwich twp. cem.)
Great site, now if I could just find my Cornelius DUG(G)AN or his
relatives that are suppose to have come from Knowlton/Blairtown,
Sussex/Warren area in the 1700s I would be so happy! Even any DUG(G)AN
or variant of the name would be maybe helpful from the surrounding
areas of the time to keep me a little happy!
Trying to decipher the PETTY, NIXON, TITSWORTH, BODINE, and ANDERSON
Seeking marriage of Robert Albert RAY and the bride Sarah_____ married
in NJ in 1813.
Robert H. Smith, PE
Super job.....lots of dedication.....Has anyone attempted to list the
Best, Bob Smith
Surnames: Spangenberg, Huyler/Hyler, Shimer, Cowell, Baylor
Someone from NM sent me the url, I didn't know it existed. Great I am
sure it will add to my files.
Researching Neyhart Solliday Brokaw Flummerfelt Banghart.
My ggg grandfather was Henry Burd who married Margaret Synder. They
lived in Warren Cty, NJ. I have a copy of his Will made in 1854. They
had 11 children -- Christopher, Keturah, my gg grandmother, William,
George, Elizabeth, Mary, Margaret, Matilda, Melinda, John Wesley, and
Julia Ann. Do you know anything about these people? I am a Carrell
descendant. Keturah Burd married Daniel Carroll (or Carrell) of
Hunterdon Cty, NJ. They were married at Warren Cty, Harmony
Presbyterian Church in 1843.
Russell H. Scott
Great web site. Alot of research. I found your web site through Richard
Lightcap. Keep up the good work.
I'm trying to find a transcription for Long Valley cemetary. I was told
that it was somewhere outside of Hackettstown. My grandfather, Irving
S. Harrison is buried there. Any idea on the location of this cemetary?
Or do you happen to know a site with a transcription of it? Any help
would be appreciated, thanks.
Debbie Perkins Sober
Not working on RAUB, but looking for anything on the name
New Jersey. If anyone has came across SOBER, namely Isaac SOBER or
John SOBER, please contact me.....DSober2887@aol.com.
Thanks and everyone have great day!
Debbie Perkins Sober
What a wonderful wonderful job you have done. My husband is from
Warren Co. NJ and because of your great site I can not stop searching
for his family.
The Shoemaker / French Home Page
Great work Jan! Thank you for sharing so much information, I have
found a lot information on your site.
Researching the surname Schoonmaker/Shoemaker. Family
Germany. Migration to Netherlands, New York, New Jersey. Related
surnames include Rush, Beers, Kinney, Decker, Depue and Hill and others.
Researching our maternal surnames of French and Magee from
Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Related surnames include Hardey,
Lange/Lung, Pickett, Turrell and others.
Jan, What a excellent Site you have!, appreciate all the hard work you
have done, you make researching easy! I am researching FORCE and linked
familys anywhere any time span, can't believe how good your site is!!
Roger F. Burd
Researching Burds who left from somewhere in New Jersey and moved to
Union County, PA. They included David, William, Peter and Levi.
Researching VANSYCKLE/VANSICKLE, AXFORD
Tammy L. Allen
Looking for surnames of pyatt. Located in Phillipsburg, N.J.
Grandfathers name was Frederick S.Pyatt. If you can help please
email. I will continue to look at this site for future help. Thank-you.
RAUB (AND more) Ancestry,
thank you for posting the cemeteries although I did not find any
Hand listings yet, maybe I will. I am researching Hand`s of Wantage
Townsip. That is all I know, Nathanielal and Phoeba Hand were suppose
to live in Wantage when William S. Hand was born. Circa 1818-1825.
Thank you for your site.
J. Eric Taylor
J. Eric Taylor's Family History Page
Because of your posting of the Washington Memorial Cemetery
transcription, I found the death date and burial place for my
g-g-g-grandfather, James Davison Taylor. I am researching the
surnames TAYLOR, BURD, KINNAMAN, HUSELTON, ALLEN, and SERGEANT in and
around Warren County.
Thanks for posting and maintaining your web sites.
Thanks for all your time and work. I regularly check the site for
The names I and working on are Lesh(Loesch,Lesch), Hineline, Boehm,
Eshbach, Rohrbach and Beloof (Bloof). There were all over NJ and the
Easton area of PA.
Betty Price Donahoe
I know that this page has been a lot of hard work. I am interested in
the surnames Price, Boyer and Matlock. My great grandparents were
Abner Bunting Price and Lizzie Caroline Matlock.
You have a GREAT site loads of info. It must have taken years!
I am searching Predmore Frazer Bodine surnames mostly that is.
Sussex Co N.J. and Pike Co. PA and points in between.
This is a great site! I am researching the Samson Howell family of
Hope, Warren County, NJ. Most are buried in Union Church Cemetery,
although this is not listed, I still get leads on other lines in the
Howell family and then I can research the obituary and get more leads.
Would like to see cemetery listings updated but I know what a lot of
work it is. Love this site!
Looking for Spangenberg, Riddle, Auble, Ball, Hall and Orts of
Belvidere, Hazen, Hackettstown area. Graveyard indexes provided some
Wow! Lots of info on this site that have actual transcripts with
dates, even. Am researching PARK/E/S; KINNEY; PEGG; RUNYAN. Thanks!
great site but still looking for my lollers.
Wonderful site! Am researching Evans, Staley, Ham and Cronn surnames
from Pahaquarry area.
Thanks for a great site. I am reschearching the GULICKS of
Hackettstown and Mansfield Township. Have found some but need more.
I am doing research on the family of Mariani/Tanfani. I am in the
begining steps and hope that anyone that could give me some tips I'd
really aprreciate it.
How exciting!! I was looking for Dennis Rice. He was my Grandmother's
grandfather. When I came across "Jon Smith" in the guestbook everything
matched. My Grandmother's mother was Martha Rice married to Abram Smith.
She was the oldest child. Abram's father was Tunis Smith married to Mary
Anne. They had a son, David that died at 5 yrs.-&- I think a daughter,
Clare. Grandma talked about her French grandfather, Raub, -&- named her
youngest son, Jacob Raub Walker.
Researching the names STIFF, GARRISON and GRAY. Have found your site
very helpful. Keep up the good work.
I am doing family research on Guinup - Guinnup- Guynup and any
variation of the spelling. I did manage to find a Dr. J. Guinnup but
will have to look into his line further.. Very nice site.. thanks.
Leland S. Cool
A fantastic research page. You are leaving your own legacy here for
thousands to use. How do you find the time? A ' PAT ON THE BACK.'
I am researching the COOL and KUHL families. Found lots of info.
I understand your are a descendant of Richard and Alice Martin Clark
Bishop. Alice Martin Clark Bishop (1612-1648) is my tenth great-
grandmother. The line goes from Bishop to Sutton to Hayden to Ketcham
to Van Nest to Partlow and finally to Woodward. I am researching
libraries and the web trying to find more information about the crime,
the murder of her daughter Martha Clark (1643-1648) that she was tried
and executed for. I would grately appreciate any sources and
information you have on the subject.
Sincerely Tommy Woodward
Ohio Night Owl@aol.com
6600 Alpha Dr., Apt#130, Kent, Ohio 44240
I'm finding this site a very good one with the info needed. I'm looking
for SHIPPS, MESHACH, LANCE, SAVERCOOL, EAST.
Looking for Harris, Angle (Engle) and Vanscoten in Sussex and Warren
Co. Old records indicate a Thomas Harris and his three wives were
buried in Old Episcopal Cemetary in Delaware, NJ. Have been unable to
Hi,while looking through your cemetery listings I found a couple of
names not on your list for the Presbyterian Cemetery at Ramseyburg.I am
searching for Mahlon Evans and his wife Sebina Sebring Evans,d.24
Apr.,1948,age 78.I didn't find them at the cemetery,but found 3
Linaberrys and 3 Evanses not listed in your list.If you wish to add
them reply to me and I can give you the information from their