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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
Status: Located; Maud married William Bevan after Abram's death
 
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Harriet M Rudlun
Harriet M Rudlun
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;
 
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Henrietta Burnett taken about 1862
Henrietta Burnett taken about 1862
Daughter of John Oliver Burnett and Cecilia Garrabrant Burnett, elder sister of Leah Ann Garrabrant married to Abraham Tuers. (Photo courtesy of Kim Law)
 
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Henrietta Burnett Young (far right) with other Hillsboro, Illinois teachers. Taken late 1800'.
Henrietta Burnett Young (far right) with other Hillsboro, Illinois teachers. Taken late 1800'.
Married in 1872 to Samuel Young, she is the daughter of John Oliver Burnett and Cecilia Garrabrant Burnett, elder sister of Leah Ann Garrabrant married to Abraham Tuers. (Photo courtesy of Kim Law)
 
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109
Holliday 50th Wedding Anniversary
Holliday 50th Wedding Anniversary
Mrs. Viola Agnes Holliday and Mr. William F. Holliday on their 50th wedding anniversary.
 
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Homestead of Revolutionary War Heroine Jannetje Van Reypen Toers
Homestead of Revolutionary War Heroine Jannetje Van Reypen Toers
Photographed just prior to demolition in 1894, home of Nicolaes Arentsen Toers and Jannetje Van Reypen Toers
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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Irene Jaeger Granger
Irene Jaeger Granger
Taken about 1915, age 19, wife of Robert Granger
 
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Jack & Jessie Goodman, Cindy's paternal grandparents about 1950.
Jack & Jessie Goodman, Cindy's paternal grandparents about 1950.
Status: Located;
 
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Jack Goodman 20 yo.TIF
Jack Goodman 20 yo.TIF
 
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Jack Goodman wedding portrait about 1914
Jack Goodman wedding portrait about 1914
Status: Located;
 
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Jacob A Tuers with son William
Jacob A Tuers with son William
Status: Located;
 
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Jacob A. Tuers
Jacob A. Tuers
Status: Located; Jacob with wife Elizabeth Van Orden, son Albert, and Jacob's mother, Priscilla Demarest Tuers.
 
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Jacob Vanderbeck House & Kitchen, Saddle River Road & Dunker Hook Lane, Fair Lawn, Bergen County, NJ
Jacob Vanderbeck House & Kitchen, Saddle River Road & Dunker Hook Lane, Fair Lawn, Bergen County, NJ
 
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James Granger, 1850, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
James Granger, 1850, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
Status: Located; 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.
 
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Jane Hendra d 1896 and Bessie Tooze d. 1924
Jane Hendra d 1896 and Bessie Tooze d. 1924
Status: Located; Rear of stone reads "JANE HENDRA DIED NOV 30th 1896 ALSO BESSIE TOOZE McCARTHY WHO DIED JAN 15th 1924 AGE 62 YEARS AT REST"
 
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Jane Tuers - Heroine of the Revolution
Jane Tuers - Heroine of the Revolution
Status: Located; Jannetje Van Reype Tuers auto-download MS Word file. Hanging out in taverns can sometimes change the course of history!
 
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Jane Van Reypen Toers, Ridgewood, NJ 4th of July Parade Float, 2007
Jane Van Reypen Toers, Ridgewood, NJ 4th of July Parade Float, 2007
Status: Located; "Best Mini Float" in the Ridgewood, NJ July 4th 2007 parade which had "Heroes" as its theme.
Walter Tuers created a mini-float honoring Jane Van Reypen Toers, bringing to the public's attention her heroic contribution to exposing the treason of Benedict Arnold and her dedication to feeding the patriot POW's of the British in New Yor. Walter's float received the "Best Mini Float" award.
 
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Status: Located;
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;
 
125
Jemima Turse
Jemima Turse
Status: Located; 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.
 
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Jennie Tuers and family in 1905
Jennie Tuers and family in 1905
George Edward Morgan, Alfred Cole Morgan, George Irving Morgan, and Jennie Tuers with baby John Edward Morgan
 
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Jennie Tuers in 1973 at age 99 with grandson Steve Rottinger
Jennie Tuers in 1973 at age 99 with grandson Steve Rottinger
Status: Located;
 
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Jennie Tuers Morgan and family in 1956
Jennie Tuers Morgan and family in 1956
Status: Located; L-R back: Jennie Tuers, Gladys Gans Morgan
L-R front: George Irving Morgan, Virginia Lillian Morgan, George Morgan, Marjorie Gladys Morgan
 
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Jessie Goodman 19 yo.TIF
Jessie Goodman 19 yo.TIF
Status: Located; Taken about the time of her wedding to Jack Goodman
 
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Status: Located;
 
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Jim Turse, site host.
Jim Turse, site host.
Status: Located; Welcome to our family history website. Primary families we are currently researching include: Turse/Tuers/Toers, Goodman, Granger, Hering, Holliday, Jones and MacDonald. Family members who are registered may add their own records, view living members information, and dowload GEDCOMS.
 
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Jim Turse_mother Carrie 1946
Jim Turse_mother Carrie 1946
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
135
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
136
Joan Turse about age 5
Joan Turse about age 5
Status: Located;
 
137
Joan Turse with Ethel Kruimer, wife of George Granger, Jr. and Grandfather George Granger, Sr.
Joan Turse with Ethel Kruimer, wife of George Granger, Jr. and Grandfather George Granger, Sr.
Status: Located;
 
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Joe Goodman
Joe Goodman
 
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Joe Goodman about 1925
Joe Goodman about 1925
Status: Located; Joe later followed in the footsteps of his older brother, Ernie, and emigrated to Australia following WWII. See the picture of the SS Asturias to read about this immigration. Ernie, Joe, and Cindy's grandfather, Jack Goodman, all left England to seek a better way of life abroad.
 
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John & Elizabeth Goodman, children: George, John Henry, Ernie, Joe, Christopher, Nellie, Floss
John & Elizabeth Goodman, children: George, John Henry, Ernie, Joe, Christopher, Nellie, Floss
Status: Located; Cindy's paternal great-grandfather's family from Malvern, Worcestershire, England about 1900
 
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John Burdef's Blacksmith Shop, Pearl River, NY
John Burdef's Blacksmith Shop, Pearl River, NY
Status: Located; John H. Burdef was known as the best blacksmith in Pearl River. He began his business in 1889 in a two-story framed building, at the age of 28. In 1924, Burdef built a new one-story blacksmiths shop. He continued his business until his death in 1946. The business was then taken over by Lee Shaffer, who continued it as a welding shop for ten years.
 
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John Charles Seebach
John Charles Seebach
 
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John F Hering, wife Hannah Durie
John F Hering, wife Hannah Durie
Status: Located; John was a Civil War veteran. He was a carpenter who lived first in Closter and later in life in Montvale.
 
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John G Goodman and wife, Elizabeth
John G Goodman and wife, Elizabeth
Taken in the courtyard of the farm in Worcestershire, UK, where John served as bailiff
 
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John G Goodman Family
John G Goodman Family
Undated photo taken about 1905. John Henry Goodman emigrated to Canada/USA in 1910 aboard the SS Tunisia, Ernie Goodman emigrated aboard the SS Commonwealth to Australia in 1914, and Joe Goodman emigrated to Australia aboard the SS Asturias in 1949. The rest of the family remained in England. Albert's daughter, Barbara Goodman, is a significant contributor to the family genealogy in England and Australia.
 
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John Henry (Jack) Goodman at age 20
John Henry (Jack) Goodman at age 20
Status: Located;
 
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John J. Tuers & Maggie May Peterson
John J. Tuers & Maggie May Peterson
 
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John Tuers & Maria Sip
John Tuers & Maria Sip
 
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John Tuers, wife Margaret
John Tuers, wife Margaret
Status: Located; 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.
 
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John Turner Rae, 24 years old, died on this ground in 1864. Cold Harbor was one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War with 7,000 casualties reported in an hour's time.
John Turner Rae, 24 years old, died on this ground in 1864. Cold Harbor was one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War with 7,000 casualties reported in an hour's time.
Status: Located; On May 31, Sheridan’s cavalry seized the vital crossroads of Old Cold Harbor. Early on June 1, relying heavily on their new repeating carbines and shallow entrenchments, Sheridan’s troopers threw back an attack by Confederate infantry. Confederate reinforcements arrived from Richmond and from the Totopotomoy Creek lines. Late on June 1, the Union VI and XVIII Corps reached Cold Harbor and assaulted the Confederate works with some success. By June 2, both armies were on the field, forming on a seven-mile front that extended from Bethesda Church to the Chickahominy River. At dawn June 3, the II and XVIII Corps, followed later by the IX Corps, assaulted along the Bethesda Church-Cold Harbor line and were slaughtered at all points. Grant commented in his memoirs that this was the only attack he wished he had never ordered. The armies confronted each other on these lines until the night of June 12, when Grant again advanced by his left flank, marching to James River. On June 14, the II Corps was ferried across the river at Wilcox’s Landing by transports. On June 15, the rest of the army began crossing on a 2,200-foot long pontoon bridge at Weyanoke. Abandoning the well-defended approaches to Richmond, Grant sought to shift his army quickly south of the river to threaten Petersburg.
 

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