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Northern New Jersey Genealogy

A group for anyone researching the counties of Warren, Morris, Union, Essex, Hudson, Bergen, Passaic, and Sussex.

Members: 70
Latest Activity: Dec 15, 2013

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Avery Family in Northern NJ

Started by Jim Avery Aug 31, 2013.

My Morris County Brown & Upson Lines 3 Replies

Started by Wendy Ramirez. Last reply by Thomas L. McGlinchey Mar 8, 2011.

Looking for a Death Ceritificate. 1 Reply

Started by Paul Veltman. Last reply by Sharon Meeker Feb 7, 2010.

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Comment by Ellen Healy on August 30, 2012 at 10:07am

Hi, Rosina, I don't know if you have this information already, but Sussex County was created from Morris County in 1753, and Morris and Sussex had originally all been part of Hunterdon County. Hunterdon had split from Burlington in 1714. So perhaps some of these counties might have information on your ancestors.

Comment by Rosina Lippi Green on August 29, 2012 at 8:20pm

Hello everybody. New here. I've done a lot of research on ancestors in the Minisink Valley (Sussex) in the18th and early 19th centuries, and I've got a pretty stubborn brick wall in the person of my x4 great grandmother Eleanor Decker (born 1756 - died 16 Mar 1791  in Walpack, Sussex, New Jersey. She married Cornelius Ennis  22 Sep 1781 and had three children. I haven't been able to find any trace of her life before her marriage and nothing about her parents or family. If any one has suggestions on where I might look, I'd be thankful. And thrilled.  I have a lot of info about the Ennis, Decker and Westfall lines in northern New Jersey and southern New York -- right back to New Amsterdam -- if anybody is interested, please yell.

Comment by Nora Hall Dixon on August 23, 2012 at 9:09pm

Looking for information on parents of Richard Hall born 1791 or 1792.  Married Ester Huntsman and lived in Independence NJ.  Buried in graveyard outside of Vienna Methodist Church.  Richard was a farmer in the area and had several children one of which was Samuel my great grandfather.  Hit a brick wall.  Any suggestions?

Comment by Charity Johnson on September 15, 2011 at 1:23pm
Looking for Tiltons of NJ. An ancestor married then moved to Brooklyn. We believe the Monmouth vicinity in NJ. Leads?
Comment by Sande Meyer Smith on August 19, 2011 at 1:20pm
do you have any idea how I can get when they died and where they are buried?Most of my Friesian ancestors are buried at Fairlawn Cemetery,it is possible they are also they were not wealthy and may not have had headstones,I have tried to call the cemetery but my calls on genealogy are never returned,I am also trying to see if Lewis and Jessie VanCampen are buried there also.I really would like to find out because if they don't have headstones because they could not afford them I want to get then headstones!The entire Meyer and Waardenburg family are there bit they had money so all have headstones and my Grandpa VanCampen hd a headstone because the company paid for it when he died in the explosion in 1967.
Comment by Sande Meyer Smith on August 19, 2011 at 1:12pm
I did find a Jennie Hagsma born the right time in Friesland I will see if marriage records show her.
Comment by Sande Meyer Smith on August 19, 2011 at 1:10pm

you are amazing thank you!!!I will let you know what I find in the teasour

Comment by James P. LaLone on August 19, 2011 at 11:49am

Descendants of Founders of New Jersey


 

http://www.njfounders.org/
Comment by Sande Meyer Smith on June 23, 2011 at 10:08am
  1. Can you believe I found my entire Meyer family at Find a grave in Fairlawn Cemetery!  I need help with another side of my family if anyone has an suggestions.  I can't find anything more than a 1920 and 30 US censes for my Grandpa and Grandma Cook.I cant find her Maiden name or when they died,nothing.All I have is that Adrian Cook was born in Friesland,Holland appox 1867 came to the us around 1887,Jennie was alot younger born around 1881. I think she was born in north Jersey.They had 3 children Rena,William and Peter. I know they lived in Hawthorne. Can anyone point me in the right direction where else to search? thanks
Comment by Sande Meyer Smith on June 22, 2011 at 10:06pm
I just found my grandfathers grave at Fairlawn Cemetery! I found it on find a grave it has a picture and everything!
 

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