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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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Tape 1 from Goodman house
Tape 1 from Goodman house
 
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Tape 2 Goodman House
Tape 2 Goodman House
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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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. 
 
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Thomas Stanley Granger Volunteer Enlistment and Recruit Statement, August 1862
Thomas Stanley Granger Volunteer Enlistment and Recruit Statement, August 1862
Thomas S. Granger must have looked young at the time, because they made him get his mothers signature to validate his age. Actually early in the war (1861) there was a huge problem with underage kids signing up. If the parents caught the unit before it left the local courts jurisdiction a writ of habeus corpus could be issued. This would tie up the regimental commander, the company commander, and the recruiting officers up in court. At this point in the war recruiters made sure the paper work was correct.

Source of record image: U.S. National Archives & Records Administration, Military Service Branch.
 
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Timeline for Dutch and Scandanavian Events and Colonial America
Timeline for Dutch and Scandanavian Events and Colonial America
Status: Located; Auto-download MS Word file
 
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Toers Draft History.doc
Toers Draft History.doc
 
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Truss Family
Back row: Nellie, Walter, Elsie
Seated: Jessie with baby Donald
Ground: George, Harry, Clarie
Truss Family Back row: Nellie, Walter, Elsie Seated: Jessie with baby Donald Ground: George, Harry, Clarie
Status: Located; Taken just prior to immigration to US at their home in Worcester, England
 
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Truss Family
Back: Walter, Jessie, Clarie, George, Seated: Elsie, Ada James, Walter George, Nellie, Ground: Harry, Donald.
Truss Family Back: Walter, Jessie, Clarie, George, Seated: Elsie, Ada James, Walter George, Nellie, Ground: Harry, Donald.
Status: Located; Truss Family portrait taken at Herkimer Street, Brooklyn, NY not long after their arrival in 1912.
 
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Truss Home on Reynolds Hill
Truss Home on Reynolds Hill
Home of Donald and Ruth Truss on Reynolds Hill, Mystic, CT
 
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Tuers Estate about 1776 shown on an early Bergen map with Jersey City streets overlaid as a reference.
Tuers Estate about 1776 shown on an early Bergen map with Jersey City streets overlaid as a reference.
Status: Located;
 
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Tuers family home - Late 19th century photograph of the Tuers Homestead which once stood near Bergen Avenue and Montgomery Street.
Tuers family home - Late 19th century photograph of the Tuers Homestead which once stood near Bergen Avenue and Montgomery Street.
Status: Located;
 
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Tuers/Turse Civil War Service
Tuers/Turse Civil War Service
Status: Located; Auto-download records of 19 Tuers/Turse men who served in the Civil War. Document is a work in progress, but includes all known records of service dates and deaths currently verifiable from available sources. (Links not established for names not yet in the database)
 
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Turse Family Goes to Europe 1956
Turse Family Goes to Europe 1956
Ellsworth, VP Walker Travel Agency, Ridgewood, NJ often traveled as part of tourist marketing by resorts and carriers. Here, Ellsworth, Inez and Jim embark on board Cunard Lines star tour ship, Queen Elizabeth,at New York in October 1956. The ship traveled to France and England. Among Jim's very few playmates on board were Yasmin Khan and Rebecca Welles, Rita Hayworth's daughters. Rita Hayworth and Rosalind Russell were also on board.
 
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TURSE, Claude John
TURSE, Claude John
 
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TURSE, Garrett C.
TURSE, Garrett C.
 
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TURSE, Gladys S.
TURSE, Gladys S.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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Typical middle class Dutch couple dressed as we might expect our ancestors to be dressed in a Vermeer painting, 1658
Typical middle class Dutch couple dressed as we might expect our ancestors to be dressed in a Vermeer painting, 1658
Status: Located;
 
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Vanderbeck House I
Vanderbeck House I
Status: Located; Brief history of house and land owned by Lauren Arentsen Toers and Jacob Vanderbeck. House built probably 1740.
 
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Vanderbeck House II
Vanderbeck House II
Status: Located; In 1734 Jacob Vanderbeck purchased land from Cornelius Drake on boh sides of the Saddle River. On this tract, just north of Dunker Hook Road, Fair Lawn, NJ, Jacob built this house in 1754.
 
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Viola Agnes MacDonald - 18 years old
Viola Agnes MacDonald - 18 years old
Status: Located;
 
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Walter & Howard Tuers
Walter & Howard Tuers
Status: Located;
 
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Walter Carneal grave site
Walter Carneal grave site
Status: Located; 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.
 
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Walter Carneal Obituary
Walter Carneal Obituary
Status: Located; Walter Carneal's obituary from the Madisonville Messenger
 
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Walter Carneal's Obituary
Walter Carneal's Obituary
Status: Located; Walter Carneal's obituary from the Evansville Courier.
 
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Walter Carneal's Obituary from the funeral home.
Walter Carneal's Obituary from the funeral home.
Status: Located; Walter Carneal's Obituary from the funeral home - this was the original submitted to the regional newspapers.
 
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Walter Carneal, Ruth Carneal
Walter Carneal, Ruth Carneal
Status: Located; Walter Carneal (Sr.), Ruth Carneal and Patricia Dashiell's grandmother in Selma, Alabama, August, 1926.
 
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William Denton
William Denton
 
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William F Holliday WW I Draft Reg Card
William F Holliday WW I Draft Reg Card
 
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William F. and Viola Holliday
William F. and Viola Holliday
Status: Located;
 
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William F. Holliday
William F. Holliday
Status: Located; The boy could really juggle the Indian clubs!
 
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William F. Holliday, 'Skipper', and wife Viola about 1960
William F. Holliday, "Skipper", and wife Viola about 1960
Status: Located; Skipper was a fisherman for most of his life. Nancy S. is the boat most remembered by the family. He went out of Mystic, CT to fish off Georges Bank.
 
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William Rae
William Rae
Status: Located;
 
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William Rae.jpg
William Rae.jpg
 
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Wm A Ashbey b1833
Wm A Ashbey b1833
 
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Wm C Rae
Wm C Rae
 
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World War I Draft Registration Cards
World War I Draft Registration Cards
Status: Located; PDF file - Contains the draft registration cards of 41 Tuers/Turse men, Truss, Holliday, Goodman, and Grangers known to the website administrator as of Dec 2005.
 
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Wortendyke Dutch Barn
Wortendyke Dutch Barn
Status: Located; Brief history of the barn with contact and tour information.
 
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Wortendyke Dutch Barn, Park Ridge, NJ
Wortendyke Dutch Barn, Park Ridge, NJ
Status: Located; Typical of the early barns built by early Dutch farmers, this barn is thought to have originally been built around 1750, and is the last known example of an 18th century barn in the region. (See history for more information)
 
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WW I Draft Reg Cards.pdf
WW I Draft Reg Cards.pdf
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 

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