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Aaron A Turse & Sarrah Straut
Aaron A Turse & Sarrah Straut
Aaron Turse was one of Westwood’s first pair of marshalls, and was a member of Westwood’s first board of education. He was also appointed borough poormaster, was a member of the Westwood volunteer fire department, and was a member of the Odd Fellow’s fraternal organization present in Westwood at the time. 
Westwood Cemetery Company    
2
Abram Turse
Abram Turse
Headstone matches the design of Maud Della (Blauvelt) Turse Bevan and William Bevan and is located in line with those graves and grave of Claude A Turse. Maud was wife to both Abram Turse and William Bevan. 
Westwood Cemetery Company Located   
3
Alfred John & Robbie Goodman
Alfred John & Robbie Goodman
Draped with lei from Josh Turse's graduation day Bates College, Lewiston, ME 
Elm Grove Cemetery Located   
4
August M. Collignon
August M. Collignon
August and his brother, Nicholas, both enlisted in the Union Army at the same time September 2, 1862 as a PVT, and mustered out June 25, 1863 serving in the same Co.D, 22 Rer't New Jersey Inf. Chronology of service: Sept/2/1862 Mustered in at Trenton NJ-Sept/29/1862 Left NJ. for defense of Washington D.C. Dec/1862 Attached to Abercrombie's Provisional Brigade, Casey's Division-Jan/10/1863 Moved to Belle Plains Jan/20-24/1863 "MUD MARCH"-April/29-5/2 1863 Operations at Pollock's Mill Creek-May/2-5/1863 "Battle of Chancellorsville"-June/25/1863 Mustered out at Trenton New Jersey 
 Located   
5
Benjamin Ashbey and Hannah Fish
Benjamin Ashbey and Hannah Fish
Benjamin is the son of Captain Benjamin Fish and Anna Latham. He is the brother of Moses Ashbey, Cindy's third great-grandfather on her mother's side. 
Noank Valley Cemetery Located   
6
Chester & May M Tuers
Chester & May M Tuers
Chester is son of John J. Tuers and Maggie May Peterson. 
Westwood Cemetery Company    
7
Claude A & Elizabeth H Turse
Claude A & Elizabeth H Turse
Located in line with Abram Turse, Maud Turse Bevan, and William Bevan 
Westwood Cemetery Company Located   
8
Early Granger and Mary Dougherty
Early Granger and Mary Dougherty
Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY 
Green-Wood Cemetery
Lot 5546 Section44 
Located   
9
Early Granger, son of John Granger and Elizabeth Cobb
Early Granger, son of John Granger and Elizabeth Cobb
Burial includes wives, Hannah Maria Jennison (or Jemison), second wife Margaret, and son Franklin H. Granger 
Rockville Cemetery
Line 1 W 
Located   
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Edward C Greisch, son of Charles (Nicolas) Greisch and Marie Antoinette Dahm
Edward C Greisch, son of Charles (Nicolas) Greisch and Marie Antoinette Dahm
Westwood Cemetery  
Westwood Cemetery Company Located   
11
Elizabeth Granger, wife of Charles Gillen
Elizabeth Granger, wife of Charles Gillen
Elizabeth is daughter of John Granger and wife, Elizabeth Mordey.  
St. John's Methodist Cemetery (Fosters Meadow)    
12
Emily Granger, daughter of John Granger and Elizabeth Cobb
Emily Granger, daughter of John Granger and Elizabeth Cobb
Inscription, 74y 11m 20d Wife of Jacob Shaw 
St. John's Methodist Cemetery (Fosters Meadow) Located   
13
Floyd Tuers
Floyd Tuers
Westwood Cemetery, Army Service Marker. Son of John J. Tuers and Maggie May Peterson. 
Westwood Cemetery Company Located   
14
Garret & Adele Turse
Garret & Adele Turse
The grave of Adam Geyer & Jesse Turse, d/o Garret & Adele, is to the right of this stone. 
Westwood Cemetery Company Located   
15
George Mowbray Granger and wife, Annie Reid Wilcox
George Mowbray Granger and wife, Annie Reid Wilcox
After George's death, Annie married Theodore R. Eveland 28 Nov 1900 
Green-Wood Cemetery
Lot 6981, Sec. 103 
Located   
16
Granger Niche
Granger Niche
George Francis Granger and Caroline Federlichner ashes contained in niche 338 at East Wall, Room B, Garden State Crematory, North Bergen, NJ 
    
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Grouped headstones Abram Turse, Maud Blauvelt, William Bevan
Grouped headstones Abram Turse, Maud Blauvelt, William Bevan
Maud married William Bevan after Abram's death 
Westwood Cemetery Company Located   
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James Granger, 1850, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
James Granger, 1850, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
One of New York’s most notorious industrial accidents was the Hague Street Calamity of 1850, where more than sixty men and boys were killed in a boiler explosion that demolished two buildings. James Granger, was among the fatalities; one of several whose remains took two days to identify. Only twenty-five years-old at the time, he left a wife and two young children. 
Green-Wood Cemetery
Lot 5546 Sec 44 
Located   
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Jane Hendra d 1896 and Bessie Tooze d. 1924
Jane Hendra d 1896 and Bessie Tooze d. 1924
Rear of stone reads "JANE HENDRA DIED NOV 30th 1896 ALSO BESSIE TOOZE McCARTHY WHO DIED JAN 15th 1924 AGE 62 YEARS AT REST" 
Ford Park Cemetery Located   
20
Jemima Turse
Jemima Turse
Ryanier Tuers, from New Jersey, was an early pioneer in Colorado Territory. His was one of the earliest family names we found, but we know little about him. We tracked down his wife's gravesite during a family trip a few years ago. 
SUNSET MEMORIAL GARDEN CEMETERY Located   
21
John F Hering, wife Hannah Durie
John F Hering, wife Hannah Durie
John was a Civil War veteran. He was a carpenter who lived first in Closter and later in life in Montvale. 
Westwood Cemetery Company Located   
22
John J. Tuers & Maggie May Peterson
John J. Tuers & Maggie May Peterson
 
Westwood Cemetery Company    
23
John Tuers & Maria Sip
John Tuers & Maria Sip
 
Westwood Cemetery Company    
24
John Tuers, wife Margaret
John Tuers, wife Margaret
We believe this may be the grave of John J. Tuers, Jr, but have not confirmed the identification. The Volz family members are brother and sister, not husband and wife. 
Westwood Cemetery Company Located   
25
Joseph Hendra
Joseph Hendra
Joseph and Jane Hendra  
Ford Park Cemetery Located   
26
Nicholas Collignon, wife Catherine Demarest
Nicholas Collignon, wife Catherine Demarest
Nicholas and his brother, August, enlisted in the Union Army at the same time September 2, 1862 as a PVT Mustered out June 25, 1863 after serving in the same Co.D, 22 Rer't New Jersey Inf. Chronology of service: Sept/2/1862 Mustered in at Trenton NJ-Sept/29/1862 Left NJ. for defense of Washington D.C. -Dec/1862 Attached to Abercrombie's Provisional Brigade, Casey's Division-Jan/10/1863 Moved to Belle Plains-Jan/20-24/1863 "MUD MARCH"-April/29-5/2 1863 Operations at Pollock's Mill Creek-May/2-5/1863 "Battle of Chancellorsville"-June/25/1863 Mustered out at Trenton New Jersey 
Westwood Cemetery Company Located   
27
Richard Edward Tuers & Liza Jane Tuers
Richard Edward Tuers & Liza Jane Tuers
Headstone, Vail Cemetery, Parsippany, NJ 
Vail Cemetery    
28
Robert G Goodman and Mary Dubourg
Robert G Goodman and Mary Dubourg
Robert Goodman is brother to Alfred, son of Jack and Jessie Goodman 
Elm Grove Cemetery Located   
29
Sanford & Caroline Turse
Sanford & Caroline Turse
 
Westwood Cemetery Company Located   
30
St. John the Baptist Church
St. John the Baptist Church
Located in Strensham, Worcestershire, UK we believe this parish churchyard is the burial site of John G. Goodman and his wife Elizabeth. We visited the church in 1996, with Christopher Goodman who helped identify the gravesite. 
St. John the Baptist Church Unmarked   
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Thomas Granger
Thomas Granger
Thomas and his brother, William H. volunteered to fight in the Civil War, joining the 48th N.Y. on August 19,1862. Both served through the war. Thomas was wounded in the right leg late in the war, and was discharged from Mower Hospital July 7, 1865.  William H. was discharged on June 27, 1865 at Raleigh N.C.  In December of 1896 Thomas packed the three children off to in-laws, and checkedd himself into The National Home for Volunteer soldiers.  He lived in three different soldiers homes and finally passed away in Dayton, Ohio on January 23, 1916.  Thomas is buried in the Dayton National Cemetery in Dayton Ohio section 1 row 14 site 29. 
 

Thomas is buried in the Dayton National Cemetery in Dayton Ohio section 1 row 14 site 29. 
 
   
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Walter Carneal grave site
Walter Carneal grave site
Grave site for Walter Carneal, just after being dug. It is directly behind the large stone, left of center, reading "Crowe". The grave itself is in the Madisonville Odd Fellows Cemetery in Madisonville, KY. 
Madisonville Odd Fellows Cemetery Located   
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William F. and Viola Holliday
William F. and Viola Holliday
 
Elm Grove Cemetery Located