Sorry, I can't help you. I am tracing only descendants and really know nothing further back than William Parke (d.c. 1802, Hunterdon Co.) This is not actually my family, I am trying to find descendants of families…"
"Death certificates were originally filed by the town and copies sent to the state. The NJ Archives has copies of microfilm of death certificates from 1848 to 1940. (also births and marriages for roughly the same period). However, you need to have a…"
There are no civil death records for NJ until 1848. There may be a record in the church. Do you know where Uriah is buried? Hilltop Presbyterian in Mendham? If Hilltop, the church records are available on microfilm at the Joint Free…"
Have spent some time searching for you. I found death certificate for Lizzie. Magel was her mother's maiden name. Lizzie married William Hoehn in 1894.
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"Re: Ann Meeker. I remember reading this story in the Morristown Daily Record several years ago. If you don't have a copy of the newspaper article, you can get one from the Joint Free Public Library of Morristown/Morris Township. They have…"
"Hi Sharon -- Thanks for your comments. I have a lot of the Dutch Reformed Church Records and other books on the area. This family seems to have gotten lost anywhere in the Minisink or possibly even in Hunterdon County. I have worked on the line off…"
"Hello Patrice. At a quick look, your Jacob Myers/Mires probably born 1760-1770. First child born 1789. Second child Abijah born 1791. Also Jacob named a son Abijah. So that is probably the correct name. Jacob's father would probably have been…"
"I have been tracing descendants of William Parke (c. 1754-1803) and wife Mary Bowlby of Lebanon Township, Hunterdon Co. NJ. Their 6 children (John, David, Abner, Sarah, Rebecca and Maria) were all connected as victims or witnesses to the murders of…"
Hi Sharon -- Thanks for your comments. I have a lot of the Dutch Reformed Church Records and other books on the area. This family seems to have gotten lost anywhere in the Minisink or possibly even in Hunterdon County. I have worked on the line off and on for quite a few years. I live in Florida so much of my work is through the internet, mail or books I own.