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The Wildrick Family

This is the text of a pamphlet compiled by H G Wildrick in 1949, and published by the Blairstown Press in 1951. It traces the descendants of John Wildrick (1707 - 1793). As far as is possible the text has been kept as in the book, though some changes in layout have been made in the conversion to HTML. In particular, forward references, notated in the pamphlet by *, have been converted to links.

Name and Place Indexes have been included, and some historical notes provided. The pamphlet was updated by Roy P. Wildrick in 1968. We have no plans to transcribe the updated version, but will add sections here if anyone submits them.

It is inevitable that some errors will have been made in the transcription. Readers who want to check in the original can use this scanned version

The descendants of John Wildrick, based on the information in the pamphlet, with some additions, are available as an indented family tree and a GEDCOM

Contents

The Text


The Wildrick Family

Research, Compiled and Arranged for

THE BLAIRSTOWNPRESS, Blairstown, New Jersey (printed) 1951

The Wildrick Family
Beginning with John Wildrick 1707-1793
His branches and their many sub-branches
Research, compiled and arranged by H.G. Wildrick, Hope, N.J. 1949

A letter from the compiler of his work

This work was started a little over two years ago, with the aid of our good cousin, Colonel Meade Wildrick of Mt. Hermon, N.J., formerly of West Point Military Academy; along with the help of the following committee, which was appointed at one of our meetings at Weona Park, Pennsylvania, for the puspose of getting together the records and other history of the Wildrick families in America. The above mentioned committee was appointed as follows:

Our duty to our family clan was and is to collect data on all family records and to arrange them in their rotation in the many branches and sub-branches, in order that any family can be readily traced from their origin on down through the years from generation to generation; and that this work may be sometime omplete to its fullest extent.

Some of this work has been taken from that of William C. Armstrong of 1930; with some corrections and many additions thereto.

It is here that we wish to extend our many thanks the those who have so gladly co-operated with us to make at least a part of this work complete.

Yours truly,
The Committee


For the benefit of the reader I have tried to make this work easier to understand by using a series of numbers for each and every name listed, as several persons will bear the same name, yet their number will be different. Now as this work starts with the five branches of John Wildrick (1) I will list then here with their numbers:

The first lefthand figures represent the total names listed, in the second part of the number it represents the group, and the third part is the group number. The number enclesed in the ( ) is the generation number.

Example: *148-4-3 Colonel Abram Calvin Wildrick (4)

148 is the total number listed in group 4 and is the 3 child born in his family; the (4) shows that he is of the fourth generation.

The * placed in front of the number shows that that number will apear again and will be 148-4-3. COLONEL ABRAM CALVIN WILDRICK (4). The name will be in capital or bolder type, This is to denote some item of interest, mostly marriages, etc. In Group One you will note an added figure; this is to indicate the sub-branches of Michael as there were thirteen of them.

Example
*210-1-3. 1. James M Wildrick (4)

210 is the total names listed under group one, sub-branch three, and he was the first child born in his family of the fourth generation.

The origin and Some History of the Name

The Surname Wildrick is unique as no other family bearing the name is known in America. Whatever may have been the remote Germanic origin of the syllibles "wil" and "rich" which have combined to make the compound "wil-rich" the two changes which have been made in the word since it was brought to America by John Wilrich can be readily explained.

These changes are (1) the change of "ch" to "ck" and (2) the intrusions of the inorganic "d". The final "k" was tacked on a number of words in colonial times where it is now discarded, such as musick, publick, and physick. The intrusive "d" that has crept into the middle of the word can also be easily accounted for, although the explanation is more technical and dates many years further back. Among English speaking people in the early times an inorganic "d" sometimes developed after an "n" and before "r" or "ll". For example, in the Latin word "ciner"; put in the "d" and you have cinder; in the Saxon word "thuner": put in the "d" and you have "thunder". In like manner the "d" slipped in before the "r" and Wilrick became Wildrick.

On the old records of the Reformed Church at Stillwater, N.J. may be found the names of Michael Wilrich, Phillip Wilrich and George Wilrich who were among the manes of parents who presented children there for baptism between the years of 1775 and 1800.

The present writer of this work (H.G. Wildrick of Hope, N.J.) was told by a native from Germany that in his home neighborhood the name Wilrich was a common name, "his own name being Ulrich." He said his father's neighbor was a Wilrich. That was around 1910.

It will also be noted that in some cases the name was spelled with the letter "e" as in Wilderick, but this might have been by the nisunderstanding of the writer, or in some cases of the stonecutter, as some old grave-markers have that spelling on them. This will be noted on the monument of John Wildrick, 1707-1793. The name there is spelt with the "e".

Also one branch of the family that settled in Pennsylvania went by the name Wildrike for a number of years; and another branch in New Jersey spelled it with an "e" as Weldrick. But these differences have been corrected and the name is known throughout the country now as Wildrick.

John Wildrick

1. John Wildrick. (1) the imigrant and original Wildrick in America, was born in Bavaria, Germany, in the year 1707. He came to America and settled in the Province of New Jersey in the valley of the Paulinskill, in the vicinity of the present village of Marksboro on Route 8 near Blairstown, N.J. It is thought that he lived for a time on the west bank of the Hudson River, before settling in New Jersey. John's wife's name was Catherine ?. Her maiden name has not been ascertained. There is reason to believe that she was much younger than he, and it has always been assumed that they were married in Germany and came to America soon afterward. John died in 1793 and was buried in the old graveyard at Stillwater, Sussex County, N.J., and has a monument to his memory, which bears the following inscription:

John Wilderick

He was born a. dom. 1707
and died May 27, 1793
age 86 years
Remember me that here I lie
Prepare for death for you
too must die

After John's death Catherine survived him many years. She make her home with her daughter Catreen (Larrison) to whom she left property by will. She was undoubtedly buried beside her husband, tho no tomb-stone marks the place.

They had five children, three sons and two daughters:

As an introduction to our main subject, a brief sketch of each of these five branches will be given: as there are five children naturaly they will be divided into five groups; and their children into sub-groups, etc.

Group One

2-1 Michael Wildrick (2)

First child "son" of John (1). He was born in 1753 and died in 1840. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, served in the Sussex Militia and also in the Continental Army. He married twice and had children by each wife. His first wife was a Hawk. His second wife was Mary Vass, a widow with four children named Ulp; 1. Conrad Ulp and 2. Mary Ulp. Marie died unmarried and there seems to be no record of the other two.

Michael's second marriage gave offense to his children, who did not conceal their bitter feelings. They all left home, and he disinherited them, cutting each of them off with a shilling. His will was written in 1830 and probated in 1840. He had ten children by his first wife and three by his second, thirteen in all as follows:

The thirteen children of Michael Wildrick (2)

Nos 9-7-1 (3) and 10-8 (3) no further records.

(Children of Michael Wildrick (2) by his second wife.)

Group Two

3-2 Charity Wildrick (2) married George Hawk in 1780 or earlier; they were members of the Reformed Church at Stillwater, N.J. and presented children there for baptism about 1781. The church records are in German and the name is spelled Haack. It is known they had four children.

Group Three

4-3 Catreen Wildrick (2)

On January 14, 1789 she married Lawrence Larrison. They had five children:

No further records of any of this group

Group Four

5-4 George Wildrick (2) born 1769, died 1850; was married on February 21, 1796 by the Rev. Jacob Senn, pastor of the Reform Church at Stillwater, N.J. to Catherine Erwine. She was born 1776 and died February 19, 1831. Both are buried in the Presbyterian Church at Marksboro N.J. and both have markers there. These are the Inscriptions:
In Memory of
George Wildrick
who died
April 1, 1850
Aged 81 years
Catherine
Wife of George Wildrick
died
Feb 19, 1831
Aged 55 years

names of Catherine's parents have not been ascertained. She had a half-brother, Conrad Erwin, who married Catherine Mingle. Conrad was a devout Methodist. Some of these Erwines afterward settled in Syracuse, N.Y. The surname Erwine was speld in various ways; also pronounced various ways. Other spellings were Arwine-Ervine-Erwin-Ervey.

George and Catherine settled on a farm one half mile south of Marksboro, and there spent their entire married life. George's homestead adjoined that of his brother Michael: George's lying to the east and nearer to the village. Bother were on the south side of the road leading from Marksboro toward Kerr's Corners and Hope. Each farm was reached by its own lane; these are parallel and run down hill. The dwellings were placed off the main highway in order that each might have a spring that furnished an abundance of good water for man and beast. The dwellings are seperated from each other by a meadow, but in full view and hailing distand of each other. These Wildrick farms were bounded on the south by the farm of Nathan Armstrong, the pioneer. George's is now owned by the Swains who are descendants. A very small tract was recently sold to the Board of Education to enable them to enlarge the play-ground of the public school.

George (2) and Catherine had ten children; there were six sons and four daughters, and listed as follows; eight of these have descendants now living

*25-4-1 Julia Wildrick (3) born December 30, 1797, and died January 3, 1870. She married George Crockett. He was born in 1793 and died June 5, 1855. Their only child, Samuel Crockett was born December 11, 1817 and died August 8, 1823. Both parents and child are buried at Marksboro and have tombstones.

*26-4-2 Charles Wildrick (3) born July 7, 1799, died February 25, 1831, aged 31y 7m, 18d. He married Jane Crusen; they had three children. After the death of Charles, Jane Married again.

*27-4-3 Eliza Ann Wildrick (3) born May 19, 1801; she married Martin Vass and they had two sons; after the death of Eliza, Martin married again.

Abram and Isaac, the twins

*28-4-4 Abram Wildrick (3) born March 3, 1803, died October 28, 1871. His first wife was Macrina Cummins; his second wife was Charity Larrison; his third wife was Savilla Jones. Charity was the foremother of all of Abram's descendants who are living today.

Abram died in the sixty-eighth year of his age. He was fatally injured while driving on the road leading from Prospect Hall toward Blairstown; his team ran away and he was thrown from the carriage.

*29-4-5 Isaac Wildrick (3) born March 3, 1803, died March 22, 1892. He married Nancy F. Cummins. They had four sons and four daughters.

*30-4-6 Sarah Wildrick (3) born February 19, 1805; died January 28, 1885, aged 79 years, 11 months, 9 days. She is buried in the Friends Yard on the banks of the Pequest River in Allamuchy. She married David Lundy. (David and Sarah were the grandparents of William C. Armstrong, the original compiler of some of this work.)

*31-4-7 Maria Catherine Wildrick (3) born March 16, 1807, died March 19, 1892. She was twice married. Her first husband was Isaac B Smith and her second was Robert T. Johnson. She dwelt in Marksboro and had three children by each husband.

*32-4-8 Jacob Wildrick (3) born March 29, 1809 and died February 6, 1828. He died in his nineteenth year

*33-4-9 John Marvin Wildrick (3) born March 10, 1811, and died November 14, 1851. He married Susan Stewart.

*34-4-10 William Tracy Wildrick (3) born March 21, 1813, and died June 27, 1851. He married Susan Younges.

After the death of Catherine, George married Susan Koker, a sister of the first wife of his brother Phillip, and also a sister of the second wife of his brother Michael. Susan was the widow of Mahlon Mills, by whom she had a daughter, Eliza Mills, who married William Frazier. After the death of George, Susan made her home with her married daughter, Eliza Frazier, in Marksboro. Susan died August 3, 1875 at the age of 101 years and 24 days.

George Wildrick's (2) will is recorded in Belvidere, N.J, in Book Two of Wills, page 383. It was dated March 8, 1847, and probated April 11, 1859. In it he mentions his second wife and his seven surviving children and also Julia (4) George (4) and Charles (4) and John (4) sons of his deceased daughter, Eliza Ann (Vass) (3). The will disposes of lands in both Hardwick and Blairstown townships. The widow is to release her dower rights in certain lands in Blairstown township, which land is bequeathed to his sons Abram(3) and Isaac (3) who are named executors.

25-4-1 Julia Wildrick (3) and George Crockett

George Crockett was an Irishman by birth and had been in America only a short time when he met Julia. He claimed relationship with the famous Davy Crockett of Texas, and he may have been for they both had red hair.

George was not a wealthy man, but he was a good worker, he was witty and ambitious and not at all backward. It is no wonder he caught Julia's fancy. Julia was very young when she married, tradition says in her sixteenth year.

They rented the hotel in Marksboro with the farm belonging to it. Crockett not only farmed the fields but he ran a distillery which was located by a spring of cold water on the south side of the old road leading to Yellow Frame.

In the absence of Crockett, Julia sometimes tended bar. Unknown to George, she slipped ten cents aside now and then until she had accumulated sixty dollars. She then told her husband and proposed to buy a building just next to the church. He agreed, but they afterward changed their minds and bought a farm from William Tillman a little off the road to the south, half way to Yellow Frame Church. The dwelling house had two good rooms, but the barn and wagon house were not fit to use. Crockett was energetic; he added a large room to the house. He cleared the fields of stones and he built good fences. Things took on an air of thrift.

He planned new farm buildings: he had to cart his lumber from the beech woods on the Pocono Mountians in Pennsylvania.

When they made these trips, two men each with a big wagon went in company. If anything happened they could help each other; if a team got stuck on a steep hill, four horses could take the loads up easily. In June, 1855, Crockett and his brother-in-law William T. Wildrick went to the northern Poconos in Monroe County, to get lumber. That was a seventy mile trip. They loaded near Gouldsboro and started for home. Near Delaware Water Gap there was a steep hill to come down. Wildrick was ahead. He got safely down and looked back. He saw Crockett vainly clutch the air as he fell over the side of the wagon and in front of the rear wheel, which passed over his body. He was injured internally. Wildrick ran back but could do nothing except summon aid and have Crickett moved to a nearby hotel. They sent for Julia and she came. After about a month he recovered to some extent but he was never able to do any work and died shortly afterward.

Julia Wildrick rented the farm and went to live at Prospect Hall with her brothers, Abram and Isaac. She was too independent for such an arrangement to prove satisfactory, and at the end of the year she went back to her farm running it as best as she could with the aid of hired help. Crockett and she had taken a boy to raise, named Samuel White, who was now large enough to be a great help. Soon after this, William T. Wildrick died leaving his wife with several small children. Julia asked the widow for one of the children to raise, since she had no children of her own. Thus it came about that she took her nephew, William Clinton Wildrick (241-4-5 (4)) to raise. As Sam and Clint grew to manhood, Aunt Julia's affairs improved steadily; on her death they shared the property between them. Julia was a regular attendant and a great worker in both the church and the Sunday School at Marksboro. She was of slender build and a trifle undersize, but very dignified and determined in her actions. Nearby the main farm buildings was a log-cabin wherein lived a large negro with his family. His name was Peter Brisker. He helped as a farm hand on the farm of Crockett. He was also a preacher, and after the death of Crockett he moved to Morristown, N.J. where he became a preacher in the African M.E. Church.

Some interesting items about Abram and Isaac the twin sons of George Wildrick (2) and Catherine Erwine. Abram and Isaac (28-4-4 and 29-4-5) were twins, born March 3, 1803. They grew up together and their education was obtained in the district school at Marksboro, N.J. They married sisters, lived on the same farm and in the same house. They and their children lived together as one family. They gave liberally to build churches and the public schools and also they aided in establishing Blair Hall in its beginning. They never lived apart except when their official business called them to do so. They were born debaters and lived to discuss questions relating to State and Nation. Issac, with a fine and strong voice and good judgement of values made an unexcelled crier of public sales. In later years he took great delight in giving descriptions of Henry Clay's and Daniel Webster's thrilling powers of oratory.

The twin brothers followed droving for many years. One time while they were on a cattle buying trip to Pennsylvania, they heard of a man by the name of Wildrick who lived many miles over the mountain. The name being unusual there and knowing that a relative of theirs had left New Jersey and intended to settle in Pennsylvania they made a long detour and crossed the mountains on purpose to try to locate him, and they were very much surprised and pleased to find that he was the one person they thought he might be. This man was most likely a Samuel Wildrick (3) "the first sone of Michael" (2) as the records show that he married and settled in Luzerne County.

Official positions held by Abram Wildrick (3)

Offical positions held by Isaac Wildrick

The record of services just presented have been carefully checked with the public archives to insure correctness.

We now mention some lines of activites in which the Wildricks joined with their fellow citizens of Blairstown and vicinity.

At a public meeting of the citizens convened on March 22, 1839, for the purpose of organizing a Presbyterian Church, the following Board of Trustees was elected: John I. Blair, Isaac Crisman, John Konkie, Isaac Wildrick, Jacob Laterman, Joseph Wildrick, and William Laterman. The following Building Committee was appointed: John I. Blair, John Albright, Isaac Wildrick, Isaac Crisman, and William Lanterman.

They put up a stone building, forty by fifty feet, which served the congregation until 1870. In 1869 the Presbyterians, feeling the need of a larger edifice, appointed the following Building Committee: Isaac Wildrick, John Bunnell, Peter Lanterman, Dr. John C. Johnson, John Hull, John I. Blair, Andrew N. Snover, Abram Swisher, and Charles E. Vail. The new structure was of native limestone and was eighty by fifty feet. The Township of Blairstown was established by the Legislature in February, 1845. The first annual town meeting was held in John Hull's Hotel in Blairstown on April 14, at which meeting Isaac Wildrick was elected Moderator, and Simeon Cooke, Township Clerk.

Abram and Isaac Wildrick became drovers and followed the business for years. They went west every year and bought cattle and then drove them east and sold them to the farmers of New Jersey. At first the source of supply was in Pennsylvania, but later it shifted West to Ohio. It was profitable and as it was a cash business it was necessary that when they left home they had to have a large sum of money. In one way driving was a dangerous business as highwaymen were always planning to waylay any drover with a fat roll of money. It was a relief to those back home when they received a letter saying. Cattle all bought, we start for home at once. It meant that the risk of being murdered for money was ended.

A Whirlwind Canvas

In the year of 1839 there were but ten townships in the County of Warren; that was the year in which Isaac Wildrick was elected sheriff. Isaac's canvass to secure the nomination was a short one. During the week previous to the holding of ther county caucus, Isaac was in the west buying cattle. Suddenly he left his drove and started eastward. He reached home the evening before the day the caucus was to be held. He announced himself as candidate for the office of sheriff.

This action greatly surprised his most intimate friends and was unthought of even by his partner, John I. Blair. However, his sudden determination was productive of good results and on the following day he carried four out of the ten townships. There were two other candidates in the field and their strength was equally divided, each having three townships. This gave Mr. Wildrick the nomination. It is claimed that this is the shortest and most successful campaign that has ever taken place in the State of New Jersey.

Group Five

6-5 Phillip Wildrick (2) Born 1772 and died 1827. He married Elizabeth Koker, born 1760 and died 1862, aged 102 years. They were both buried at Stillwater, N. J. In the cemetery at Stillwater there stood for many years a tombstone (since removed) that bore this inscription;

Wife of Phillip Wildrick
died Nov 18 1862
age 102 years
Dearest mother, Thou hast left us,
Here thy loss we deeply feel;
But this God that has bereft us,
He can all our sorrows heal.

Phillip and Elizabeth had five children. They dwelt in a large stone house, one mile north of Marksboro on the road leading from Squiers Corner to Blairstown. They were both of old Hardwick township. During the war of 1812, Phillip belonged to Colonel Alexander Reading's Company. He saw service at Sandy Hook on the coast. His wife, traveling by horse back, took provisions and flour to him at Sandy Hook.

Their five children as follows were:

8-5-2 Joseph Wildrick (3) married Phebe O. Newbaker, who died December 6, 1857, aged 48 years, seven months, sixteen days.

With the exception of one year when they kept a hotel in Middletown, they always lived within three miles of Blairstown. They had ten children, two of whom died in infancy and are not named here; the others follow:

13-5-3 Andrew Newbaker Wildrick (4) married Jane ?. They dwelt at Slatington, Pa, and had eight daughters as follows:

16-5-6 Aaron Kelsey Wildrick (4) born 1830, died November 16, 1908; married Almeda Drike; they had two daughters;

9-5-3 Isaac M. Wildrick (3) born 1802, died May 16, 1852, aged fifty years, five months, and twenty seven days. He married Euphemia Ann Savercool. She was born in 1821, died October 27, 1888, aged sixty seven years, six months, twenty nine days. She was the daughter of Abram and Mary L Savercool. They had three children.

30-5-1 Martha Ann Wildrick (4) married Martin Kishpaugh April 16, 1870. He was born June 11, 1844, and died April 27, 1922. He was a son of Hampton and Catherine (Wheldon) Kishpaugh. They dwelt in Hardwick Township, where all their children were born as follows:

35-5-2 Mary Celia Kishpaugh (5) married Alfred Cummins Snook; and dwelt near Fredon, N.J. They had four children as follows:

35-5-3 Theresa Ann Kishpaugh (5) married Daniel C. Hallet; they had four children:

43-5-1 Mabel Beatrice Hallett (6) married Albert H. Trotter of Paterson, N.J; they have three children:

46-5-4 Daniel Levi Hallett (6) married Dorothy Allison; they had one daughter, ? (7)

(Writer's note:End of this line to date 1930. If any more records are received they will be added later.)

26-4-2 Charles Wildrick (3) 1799-1831. He married Jane Crusen; Charles was the second child "son" of George (2) and Catherine Erwine. They dwelt in the northern part of Warren County, New Jersey. Charles died of small-pox caught while selling produce in New York City. Both are buried at Marksboro, N.J. and both have tombstones. After the death of Charles, Jane married a Mr. Allen and had other children. Following are the three children of Charles and Jane:

35-4-1 Julia Ann Wildrick (4) married George Hampton Freeman; on February 25, 1847. He was born August 19, 1822 and died on December 31, 1892; he was buried at Linesville, Pa. They dwelt at Linesville, and owned a farm at Espeyville Station in North Shenango Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, where they settled in 1856. They had eleven children six of whom were born in New Jersey:

38-4-1 Lydia Jane Freeman (5) married July 22, 1869 to Joseph Albert Wilson, born November 19, 1844. He was a son of Allen Wilson and Mary Elliot. They had four children.

39-4-2 Adella Ann Freeman (5) married December 14, 1871, to Joseph Allen Elliott; he was born November 25, 1845 and died June 6, 1916. He was a son of Mathew Scott Elliot and Rebecca Wilson, and was buried at Espyville, Pa. Adel and Joe had three children:

53-4-1 Vertie E. Elliott (6) married Charles C. Blair, son of Robert Blair and Louisa Davis. They dwelt at Linesville and have two children:

54-4-2 Grace Leona Elliott (6) married December 19, 1900 to Winfred Thene Blair, son of Herbert H. Blair and Louisa Ann Davis. They dwell at Espyville Pennsylvania and have four children:

40-4-3 Lewis Albert Freeman (5) married Martha Alexander; they had three children:

43-4-6 Phebe J. Freeman (5) married in 1885, at Linesville, Pennsylvania, to William Harry Clift, born March 13, 1852, died at Indianapolis, Indiana, on January 1, 1925, and buried there in Crown Hill Cementery; they settled in Indianapolis in 1905; had three children:

65-4-1 Mabel F. Clift (6) married Walter Earnest, who died in 1919 and was buried at Meadville, Pa; had one child:

After the death of Walter, Mary (sic. Surely Mabel is meant) married a Walter Estis; they dwell in Chicago, Illinois

44-4-7 Mary Alice Freeman (5) married November 27, 1890 to the Rev. Samel P. Barackman, son of David Logan Brackman and Sarah Ann Mossman; they dwell at West New York, N.Y. and had one child:

46-4-9 Alveretta Freeman (5) married December 24, 1885, to Thomas Oliver Patterson, born on July 3, 1860, died, October 29, 1919. buried at Espeyville, Pennsylvania. He was a son of Thomas Patterson and Jane Blair. They had three children, all born in North Shenango:

After the death of Thomas Oliver Patterson, Alveretta married William P. Johnson, son of William F. Johnson and Mary Jane Ward. They dwell at Meadville, Pa.

70-4-1 Thomas LeRoy Patterson (6) married Janet Sloan. They have three children:

72-4-3 Blanche Patterson (6) married April 12, 1916 at Williamsburg, Pennsylvania, to Adolph Augustus Barenther, who was born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, the son of Augustus Barenther and Augusta Meissner. They dwell in St. Louis, Missouri This seems to be the end of 36-4-1 Branch of Julia Ann Wildrick (4)

We now take up the next branch of 26-42-2 Charles Wildrick (3)

37-4-3 Charles Crusen Wildrick (4) was the third child "son" of Charles and Jane (Crusen) Wildrick. He was twice married; by his first wife, Mary Lanterman, whom he married on July 3, 1851, he had nine children. She was born September 16, 1830 and died July 27, 1885. She was the daughter of William and Isabella Dits Lanterman. By his second wife, Mary Alice Hoyt, he had two children.

Charles C. Wildrick (4) had a bright mind. In conversation and in argument he could hold his own at any time and on any subject. In trials at law he often represented one of the parties involved in the Justice of the Peace Courts. In later life he became blind in one eye, and it was a saying in the community that "one-eye" Charles wins all his good cases and seldom loses a poor one. He lived near Blairstown, N.J. The eleven children of Charles C. Wildrick (4) by his two wives are as follows:

By his second wife, Mary Alice Hoyt:
  • *85-4-10 Alice Wildrick (5) married John Smith.
  • 86-4-11 Albert Wildrick (5) died in boyhood.

    77-4-2 William Lanterman Wildrick (5) married March 20, 1879 to Carlie Theodote Frey, born September 29, 1853, she was the daughter of Jacob Frey and Sarah Loretta Linn. They lived in Linesville but later moved to Hartstown, Pennsylvania. They had four children:

    87-4-1 Mary Loretta Wildrick (6) married June 28, 1905, to Harry Ernest Kiskadden; he was born February 4, 1875. They dwell at Hartstown, Pa. and have four children:

    90-4-4 Mildred Ethel Wildrick (6) married July 10, 1913 to Norman Gee Morse, who was born August 30, 1892. They reside in North Girard, Erie County, Pa., and have two children:

    81-4-6 Jacob B. R. E. Wildrick (5) married December 23, 1886 to Susan Elizabeth Youmans. She was born August 26, 1920. They had two children, both born at Blairstown:

    97-4-1 Mabel Jay Wildrick (6) married April 1, 1908, to Orestes Martin Hendershot. He was born April 23, 1886, son of Ira M. Hendershot. They dwell at Washingtonville, N.Y. and have two children, both born at Stillwater, N.J.

    98-4-2 Herman Preston Wildrick (6) married December 15, 1917, to Jennie Marie Wilcox. She was born October 10, 1896 a daughter of Frederick Wilcox of Andover, N.J. They had two children:

    82-4-7 Joseph Dilts Wildrick (5) married June 8, 1893 to Margaret Stanford Sharpe. She was born July 8, 1862. They dwell at Rahway, N.J. and have one child:

    83-4-8 Mary Jane Wildrick (5) married George Edward Bartow. He was born November 17, 1868 at Scranton, Pa. They dwell in Union City, N.J. and have four children:

    84-4-9 John Albert Wildrick (5) married on September 15, 1907 to Maud Phanelia Munger. She was born in Salsburg Center, N.Y. and they have four children:

    85-4-10 Alice Wildrick (5) married February 2, 1909, to John Smith. They dwell near Ebenezer, N.J. and have two children:

    105-4-1 Lillian May Bartow (6) born March 10, 1890, married Fred Boyd Palmatier. He was born on March 12, 1881, the son of William Palmatier and Edith Jones. They have two children:

    106-4-2 Walter Milroy Bartow (6) born August 7, 1892. Married to Ada McNeal, on October 18, 1922. She was born on July 27, 1893 in Baltimore, Md. They have two children:

    107-4-3 Carl Wildrick Bartow (6) married February 22, 1927, to Ethel Gladys MacAllen, born May 1, 1893

    108-4-4 Mary Lucinda Bartow (6) married November 10, 1918, to Ludwig Laurence Seggel. He was born November 10, 1899. They had two children:

    End of line to 1933. If any more records can be obtained they will be arranged and compiled later.

    27-4-3 Eliza Ann Wildrick (3) born May 19, 1801; she was the third child of George Wildrick (2) the fourth child "son" of John (1). Eliza married Martin, son of John Vass the immigrant. John Vass born on the Atlantick Ocean. Eliza and Martin dwelt in Warren County and had two children:

    After the death of (Eliza, Martin married again and had three children of whom we name two; (one) Philip Vass, who died a bachelor, and (two) Catherine Vass, born 1833, died 1922. She married Charles Kunkie and had an only child, Mary Kunkie who became the wife of Henry C. Wildrick (5) No. 80-4-5. Mary died on January 8, 1949, at Blairstown.

    121-4-1 George W. Vass (4) married Elizabeth Vaughn; they dwelt near the Cedar Ridge cementery below Blairstown. They had four children:

    "The Vass homestead was on the right side of the road a short distance below Cedar Ridge Cemetery".

    123-4-1 Nancy Macrina Vass (5) was married in 1865 to Jared Russell DeRemer and moved to Colorado in 1868. Jared died in Newark, N.J. on January 3, 1917. He was 73 years old. He was buried at Union Brick Cemetery. They had one son:

    122-4-2 John Vass (4) married Julia Ann Hill, who died on May 21, 1921, aged 85 years, 2 months, and 22 days. She is buried at Cedar Ridge Cemetery. They dwelt at Spring Valley, in Hardwick Township and had one child:

    End of Line to 1933

    28-4-4 Abram Wildrick (3) was the fourth child "son" of George (2) and Catherine ; twin brother of Isaac (3) 29-4-5. He was three time married. His first wife was:

    The Children of Abram (3) are as follows:

    130-4-2 Mary Isabelle Wildrick (4) called Belle, Born in Blairstown in 1840 she died in Newark in 1919 and was buried in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Newark.

    She married George Bryant Swain at Prospect Hall on May 9, 1866. George Bryan Swain was the State Treasurer of New Jersey from 1896 to 1901. He died December 25, 1901. He was the son of Mahlon and Jane Guerin Swain, who were both buried at Mt. Freedom, New Jersey. Belle had been in failing health for some time and on November 16, 1919 the end came peacefully and brought to a close a life which had been marked by generous friendships and by a kindness which had brought good cheer to her many friends. They had four children, all born in Newark, New Jersey:

    136-4-2 George Randall Swain (5) married Florence Joy; they had two children:

    139-4-1 George Randall Swain Jr. (6) married Geraldine M. Smith; they had one child:

    George Randall Swain (6) and his second wife, Dorothy Dodd (Tupper) Swain were married in Orange, New Jersey, on June 15, 1945; they now reside in Blairstown, N.J.

    138-4-4 Charles Raymond Swain (5) married Blanch L. Thomas; they had two children:

    141-4-1 Charles Raymond Swain Jr. (6) married Margaret Kelsey June 15, 1940, at New York City. They had one child:

    142-4-2 Rhoda Swain (6) married September 5, 1936 to Charles I Bottorf. They have three children:

    Writer's note: The foregoing records on the Swain branches were supplied by Jane G. Swain (5) 137-4-3 of 210 Central Avenue, Orange N.J.

    We now turn back to the third generation or the fifth branch of George (2) and Catherine Erwine, beginning with the second twin Isaac Wildrick (3) and following on down through his line and their many branches.

    29-4-5 Isaac Wildrick (3) was born March 3, 1803, and died March 22, 1892 (he was a twin brother of Abram (3)) He married Nancy Fisher Cummins. Nancy was born April 8, 1811, and died March 17, 1851. She was a daughter of John F. and Mary F. Cummins. They dwelt at Prospect Hall near Blairstown, and had eight children;

    147-4-2 Ferdinand Wildrick (4) married November 20, 1856 to Margaret Pierson Mayberry, born October 27, 1834, and died May 2, 1915, at Hackettstown, N.J. She was buried in the Union Brick Cemetery, near Blairstown. She was a daughter of Jacob Mayberry. They lived two years at Hackettstown, two years at Dover, and twenty years in Blairstown. They had four children:

    148-4-3 Colonel Abram C. Wildrick (4) married Marion White, the daughter of Charles Austin and Hulda Ann White. She died at Blairstown in 1896 and is buried beside her husband at West Point. N.Y. They had four children:

    159-4-2 Edward White Wildrick (5) married on January 25, 1909, at Knoxville, Tenn., to Ella Johnson Barrett; she was a daughter of William Stapleton Johnson. They have three children. He died at Fort Wadsworth, N.Y. on November 16, 1894, at the age of fifty eight years. His funeral, which was a military one, was held at St. John's Episcopal Church at Staten Island. He and his wife, Marion White, are buried at West Point, N.Y. on the United States Military Reservation.

    Abram Calvin Wildrick was a member of the first class to graduate from Blair Hall. He entered the United States Military Academy at West Point July 1, 1853, and graduated July 1, 1857, First Captain of the Corps of Cadets. Upon graduation from the Military Academy he first served at the Artillery School of Practice at Fortress Monroe, Virginia. Originally commissioned as a Brevet Second Lieutenant of Artillery he was promoted to Second Lieutenant, Third Artillery, October 5, 1857. Children:

    A Brief Biography of Colonel Abram Calvin Wildrick

    Colonel Abram Calvin Wildrick (148-4-3 (4) was the third child, son, of Isaac Wildrick and was born at the homestead near Blairstown on August 5, 1836.

    In 1856 he was ordered to join his regiment on the Pacific Coast. He accompanied the second military expedition across the Plains; he was delayed in Utah and served in Johnson's campaign against the Mormons.

    He was then stationed in California. When the Civil War broke out in 1861, the earlier operations of importance were confined to the East. Officers serving on the Pacific Coast chafed at the lack of opportunity to show their metal. Abram repeatedly requested to be transfered to the east, but in vain. On April 27, he was promoted to First Lieutenant, Third Artillery, and to Captain on February 8, 1864. The War Department refused permission to come east and take command of the successive New Jersey regiments that were being mustered in. This was because there were threats of sedition on the west coast and a military force had to be maintaned there. Thus it came about that he missed many possible opportunities for distinction on the eventful theatre of early operations in the Civil War. At last he was allowed to come east and take command of a regiment; he came east in 1864, almost at the close of the war. Grant, having failed to crush Lee in the Wilderness, had transferred the Army of the Potomac to the south bank of the James River and begun the long and stubborn siege of Richmond and Petersburg. Here, before Petersburg, Col. Wildrick saw plenty of action. He was made Colonel of the 39th N.J. Volunteers October 11, 1864.

    He displayed his courage before Petersburg in the assault on Fort Mahone, "nicknamed Fort Hell". A bullet took off a part of his mustache and passed through his coat; that was being kissed , as it were, by a bullet. He received the Brevet of Brigadier-General of Volunteers on April 2, 1865, for gallant and meritorious service before Petersburg, Va. On March 13, 1865, he was breveted Major and Lieutenant Colonel in the regular Army for gallant and meritorious conduct.

    The war ended at Appomattox. Col. Wildrick was mustered out of the volunteer service, June 17, 1865. Upon he mustering out of his regiment, he assumed command of Battery E, Third Artillery, which he served with until promoted to Major, excepting when on detached service as Aide de Camp to Major General George G. Meade from Oct. 5, 1869, to May 25, 1871. He became Major, Fifth Artillery, Nove. 3, 1882, and Lieutenant Colonel, First Artillery, July 1, 1892.

    He retired from service Oct. 10, 1894, and died the following November. His wife survived him only two years; both are buried at West Point, where a monument stands to his memory. It Reads:

    Abram C. Wildrick
    Lt.-Col., 1st Art.
    Col. 39th, N. J. Vol's
    Bvt. Brig. Gen. U. S. Vol's
    Born Aug. 5, 1836
    Died Nov. 16, 1894
    Erected by 39th, Regt., N.J.
    Vol's. Ass'n

    This stone is of Quincy granite, about three feet high. It consists of a slab nearly as wide as it is high, mounted upon a suitable base. The front surface of the slab is slanting, while the back is perpendicular to the base. The front is polished while nearly all the rest of the monument is rockfaced. On the smooth surface of the front, in addition to suitable words of inscription, is the badge of the Ninth Army Corps which consists of a shield with an anchor and a cannon crossed.

    The writer of a biographical appreciation, who had served for six years as an under-officer of A. C. Wildrick said: He was kind to all alike; he knew what exact performance of duty meant, and appreciated those who did their duty strictly and uncomplainingly. He never wounded the feelings of anyone: his kindly advice to inpetuous youth left no sensation except thankfulness, which time cannot efface; he was particular as to how duty should be done without having in the least the spirit of the martinet. Those who had served under his command, shether officers or enlisted men, were always glad to renew that relationship. Such are the recollections of the writer, of the days of youthful service passed under the tutelarge of his departed comander and friend. His memory is embalmed in the affections of the Third Artillery, in which he served continuously for a quarter of a century.

    John R. Foster, the historian, in his book, New Jersey and the Rebellion, wrote as follows: From first to last, Colonel Wildrick's record is that of a thorough soldier; and the efficiency of his regiment, when finally brought to the test, was in a large degree owing to the influence of his example and careful training.

    160-4-3 George Albert Wildrick (5) married June 10, 1908, at Governor's Island, to Marion Warren Newcomb, a daughter of Colonel Warren Putnam Newcomb, and his wife, Caroline Richards; they have two children.

    165-4-1 Carolyn Newcomb Wildrick (6) and Church Mayall Matthews, have one son;

    166-4-2 Warren Newcomb Wildrick (6) and Edith Crawford have two children:

    154-4-1 Llewellyn Kensel Wildrick (5) married Julia Bless, daughter of James Bless of Newark; they had one son:

    Llewellyn Kensel Wildrick (5) was for many years Deputy Treasurer of the State of New Jersey.

    (No further records)

    163-4-2 Edward White Wildrick Jr. (6) married November 4, 1939, to Jean Ross Stanier, of Wilmington, Delaware. They have two children:

    162-4-1 John Albright Wildrick (6) married Edith Hartson Merrill. They have one son:

    John Wildrick died at Washington, D.C. on April 27, 1950.

    161-4-4 Col. Meade Wildrick (5) born May 6, 1887, at Fort Hamilton, N.Y. He was a graduate of the West Point Military Academy in 1910. He married Belle O'Driscoll Battey on June 4, 1913. They had two children. His second wife was Beatrice Block, whom he married on February 10, 1940.

    174-4-1 Belle O'Driscoll Wildrick (6) married Junius Giles, M.D. He was born June 27, 1907; a graduate of the University of North Carolina, also the University of Pennsylvania Medical School. They have three children:

    175-4-2 Meade Wildrick Jr. (6). He graduated from the U. S. Military Academy at West Point in 1947, and at this writing is 1st Lieutenant 7th U.S. Cavalry, in the Army of Occupation in Japan.

    149-4-4 John Albright Wildrick (4) born November 17, 1838, died at Newark N.J. March 19, 1918, in his 50th year, was buried at Marksboro. He was not married. He served in the Civil War, and was taken prisoner at Chancellorsville and confined in Libby Prison. He was a colonel in the 38th New Jersey Volunteers. His political record: County clerk of Warren County, N.J., assembly man, New Jersey.

    A Brief Biography of Colonel John Albright Wildrick

    John Albright Wildrick was the fourth child, son of Hon. Isaac Wildrick (3) 29-4-5. He was at Blair Hall; later he become a clerk in the general merchandise store of Howell and Cummins at Newton, N.J. where he continued from 1857 to 1861.

    He responed to President Lincoln's call for troops and was commissioned first Lieutenant of the Sussex Rifle Company by Governor Olden on May 1st of that year. Finding that his company would not go to the front immediately, he assisted in recruting Company B, Second New Jersey Volunteers: he enrolled for three years and was commissioned first lieutenant of this organization on May 27, 1861

    He was promoted to the captaincy of this same company and subsequently became lieutenant colonel of the Twenty-eighth New Jersey Volunteers.

    At the battle of Chancellorsville in 1863 he was captured by the Confederate troops and confined in Libby Prison for a year. He was paroled and exchanged in June, 1864, by special order No. 101, which document he always kept. Among numerous other articles preserved from those years while he was defending the Union was one which he prized very highly: it was a soiled sheet of writing paper containing the signatures of a large number of fellow Union officers in Libby prison, the old warehouse in Richmond, Virginia, used to incarcerate Federal Officers during the War.

    Returning home after the war, Colonel Wildrick settled on his homestead from at Prospect Hall, near Blairstown, and devoted his attention to agricultural persuits. He was a director of the First National Bank of Blairstown and was affiliated with Warren Lodge, R. & A. M. at Belvidere, N.J. He took a keen interest in the success of the Democratic party and was elected a member of the General Assembly, serving during the years 1903-1905. He was also honored by his party by election to the office of County Clerk, which office he held for a period of five years.

    In 1916 he was one of the candidates for Presidential Elector on the Democratic ticket in New Jersey; although he missed the honor of voting in the Electoral College, he rejoiced in the national victory. Colonel Wildrick was a delightful companion and a charming host, polished in manner and of exquisite courtesy. Truly a gentleman of the old school.

    Colonel Meade Wildrick (5) 161-4-4 Member of a Warren County Military Family
    Mt. Hermon, N.J: Standing midway between three generations of West Point graduates, Colonel Mead Wildrick of this Community a short distance outside of Hope, New Jersey, spent thirty six years in the Army, the last five years as Public Relations Office at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

    From the eighteenth century the Wildricks have been extremely influential in building Warren County.

    Living in his home which he calls "Wildrick Corners; the first anchor we've had and where our friends can find us" the colonel and his wife spent the winters in their New York home, at 19 West 55th Street, N.Y.C. and their summers in their Mt. Hermon home, which they bought in 1941.

    Modestly demurring any emphasis on his own life, the Colonel turned the spotlight on his ancestry which stretches back to 1707, when his great-great-great grandfather John Wildrick, born in Bavaria, Germany, came to this country and settled in the valley of the Paulinskill, at what is now known as Marksboro, N.J. One of his five children, Michael, (2) 1753-1840, served with the Sussex Militia in the Revolutionary War. Michael's oldest son Samuel (3) moved to Pennsylvania, where he began the branch of the family. George (2) remained in his state and the New Jersey branch of the family springs largely from him. George, who lived from 1769 to 1850 farmed at Marksboro. He was the father of twin sons, Abram (3) and Isaac (3) by his marriage to Catherine Erwine.

    Together the sons built Prospect Hall, overlooking Blairstown, N. J. Isaac served in the 31st, and 32nd congresses from 1849-1853. (There is more about the twins elsewhere in this work.)

    In 1853 he appointed his son (Col. Wildrick's father) Abram C. Wildrick (4) to West Point where he graduated four years later. Abram rose to the rank of Brevet Brigadier General while serving with the 39th New Jersey Volunteers in the Civil War. Of Abram's four sons, three entered the army. Two were in West Point and one in Princeton.

    Colonel was apppointed in 1906, and his older brother Edward (5) entered in 1902. In 1936 Colonel Wildrick retired. When the second World War broke out he offered his services and was given a special detail because of his physical condition. He was decorated with the Legion of Merit after the War.

    His brother George (5) graduated from Blair in 1900, and from Princeton in 1904. He was also Colonel in the A.E.F. and had charge of the G3 of the 79th, Div. His son Warren (6) graduated from West Point in 1936 and was a Colonel in the China-Burma theatre in the second World War.

    148-4-3 Abram Calvin Wildrick (4) was a graduate of the first class at Blair; And his war records show that for daring courage and bravery shown at Petersburg in the Civil War, he was breveted to Brigadier General. He was the first man to enter Fort Mahone during the attack at Petersburg just before Appomattox.

    The afore going notes were taken from a clipping from a Warren County newspaper of 1947, with a few corrections and added items of a later date.

    Some interesting items about Col. Edward W. Wildrick *159-4-2 Taken from a newspaper clipping Feb. 23, 1945

    Col. E.W. Wildrick, 64, Blairstown, N.J.
    Retired Veteran of World War I succumbs in Washington.

    Washington--Col. Edward W. Wildrick, U.S. Army, retired of 2902 Porter Street and Prospect Hall, near Blairstown, N.J., died Wednesday night at his home here. He was 64.

    Col. Wildrick was in France in World War I as action assistant chief of staff of the Sixth Army Corps and assistant chief of staff of the 33rd Division. In France he also was with the 42nd (Rainbow) Division in the Baccarat sector and with the 79th Division in the Troyan sector.

    Candidate for Congress

    Col. Wildrick retired in April, 1937, and in 1938 was the Democratic candidate for representative in the seventh N.J. District.

    Born in Fort Wadsworth, S.I., the son of Col. A.C. Wildrick, com-Volunteers in the Civil War, and Mrs. Marion White Wildrick, Col. Wildrick was a grandson of Representative Isaac Wildrick of Warren County. He was graduated from Blair Academy in 1899 and from West Point in 1906.

    Col. Wildrick served at military post, in Cuba in 1906-1907, in the Phillipines in 1909-1911, in France from March 1918 until May 1919, and in Hawaii from 1932-1935. From 1912-1915 he taught tactics at West Point and was an instructor and director of the Coast Artillery School, Fort Monroe, Va. from 1920 to 1922. He was a student and instructor in the Command and General Staff School, Fort Leavenworth Kansas, 1922-1926 and was graduated from the Army War College in 1927.

    Other Assignments:

    Col. Wildrick was assistant chief of Staff, Third Corps Area, Baltimore in 1936, and instructor at Plattsburg Training Camp in 1917, and adjutant of the 37th Division, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery , Ala. until he sailed for France.

    Col. Wildrick leaves his wfe, Mrs Ella Johnston Wildrick; two sons, Edward W. Jr, and Lt. John A. of the Navy; a daughter, Mrs Richard B. Morris, and three brothers: Col Mead Wildrick public relations officer at West Point: Col. George A. Wildrick; and Capt Charles Wildrick.

    150-4-5 Henrietta Wildrick (4) daughter of Isaac (3) married the Rev. David Kerr Freeman; he was a Presbyterian clergyman. He held pastorates at Harmony and Medham, N.J., and at Scranton and Huntington, Pa. He was minister of the church at Huntington for twenty-five years. They had four children:

    Henrietta Wildrick Freeman (4) was an active and helpful wife, prominent in all the local and presbyterial church work, being for many years president of the Missionary Society of Huntington Presbytery. Her genial disposition and kindly efficient character made her greatly loved by a large circle of friends. Henrietta and her husband are buried at Scranton, Pa.

    153-4-8 Hulda Elizabeth Wildrick (4) married at Blairstown, N. J., on October 11, 1876, to Carl Lentz. Carl was born July 1, 1845, in Bamberg, Bavaria, Germany. He died December 21, 1923, and was buried at Marksboro, N.J. They dwelt in Newark and had two children:

    182-4-1 Wilhelmina Lentz (5) married November 19, 1900, to Judge Thomas Fisher Bailey, son of John M., and Letticia Bailey: Thomas graduated for Princeton University in 1894. They reside at Huntington, Pa. and had one child. Thomas died July 11, 1949.

    *184-4-1 Elizabeth Wildrick Bailey (6) born January 9, 1905

    184-4-1 Elizabeth Wildrick Bailey (6) married July 6, 1935, to Sedgeley Thornbury in Huntington, Pa. They have one son:

    183-4-2 Carl Wildrick Lentz (5) born October 15, 1879, married Magdalene Dickerson; in Brookline, Mass., on January 11, 1909. She was a daughter of Stephan Adams Dickerson and Florence Carrington Dickerson; Carl graduated from Newark Academy in 1898, and engaged in business in Newark. They reside in Short Hills, N.J. and have two children:

    187-4-2 Carl Lentz Jr., 2nd, (6) married Katherine Thompson June 21, 1939 at Datona Beach, Florida. They have two children:

    186-4-1 Hulda Wildrick Lentz (6) married November 1, 1929 to Charles L. Sholes, a graduate of Lehigh, 1924. They have three children:

    We now turn back to George (2) and Catherine Erwine and another of their branches:

    30-4-6 Sarah Wildrick (3) born February 19,1805, died January 28, 1885. She was married on March 10, 1825 to David Lundy, who was born near Glover's Pond, N.J., on October 8, 1791, and died September 19, 1853, on the farm where he was born, and is buried at Friends Yard near Allamuchy, N.J. They dwelt on the Lundy homestead bordering Glove 's Pond. Here are the inscriptions on their tombstones in Quaker Yard:

    David Lundy
    Born Oct. 8, 1791
    Died Sept. 19, 1853
    Sarah
    Wife of David Lundy
    Born Feb. 19, 1805
    Died Jan 28, 1885

    The Wildricks and the Lundys lived seven or eight miles apart, so that Sarah and David were only slightly aquainted. One bitter cold night when no one was home except Sarah, there was a knock on the door and who stood there but David. He was invited in, and had to sit in a cold room until Sarah kindled a fire in the fire place. That was his first and last cold welcome. They were married some time later, and had five children:

    From here on there is an extensive history of the Lundy and the Armstrong families in the book by Armstrong published in 1933. That part is being left out of the History of the Wildrick Family.

    31-4-7 Maria Catherine Wildrick (3) daughter of George (2) and Catherine Erwine: she was twice married. Her first husband was Isaac Babbit Smith, born November 23, 1788, and died April 30, 1841. Isaac was an officer in the United States Army during the War of 1812, and was stationed at Sand Hook, N.J. They had three children:

    Maria Catherine's (3) second husband was Robert Thompson Johnson; he was born in 1788 and died February 6, 1868, and was buried in Yellow Frame Cemetary. Robert was a cabinet-maker by trade but devoted his chief attention of the making of grain cradles. Maria was Robert's second wife: they had three children:

    198-4-1 Jehiel Talmage Smith (4) married for his fourth wife Sarah Catherine Wildrick. She was the second child "daughter" of John Marvin (3). They had four children:

    199-4-2 Anna Elizabeth Smith (4) born September 2, 1833, died March 9, 1910, married in 1854 to Abram Isaac Wildrick (4) he was a son of David (3) and Dorothy Brands Wildrick; Gr., son of Michael (2) by his first wife, Abram was a descendant of Group One. They had four children:

    204-4-1 Sheldon Isaac Wildrick (5) married April 25, 1888, to Emma Augusta Melick, who died February 28, 1923. They lived at Dover, N.J., and had three children:

    205-4-2 Alvaretta Wildrick (5) married June 30, 1877, to William McGee Youmans born December 29, 1851. They dwelt at Sussex, N.J. and had two children:

    211-4-1 Floyd D. Youmans (6) married June 5, 1913, to Grace Baily. They had three children:

    212-4-2 Helen J. Youmans (6) married August 10, 1910 to Miles K. Wilson. They have one son:

    206-4-3 Emma Catherine Wildrick (5) married Sept. 25, 1876, to Jabez W. Shannon, they dwell at Blairstown, N.J. and have four children;

    217-4-1 Laura Shannon (6) married May 6, 1896 to Michael F. Carroll, they dwell in Blairstown and have two children;

    218-4-2 Arline Shannon (6) married March 15, 1899 to Mark Dean, Jr. and have three children.

    207-4-4 Edward Ainsworth Wildrick (5) born Oct. 28, 1864; married Jennie Helen Burt, daughter of the Rev. Burt of Marksboro. They dwelt at Columbia, N.J. for a time, but in 1916 they moved to Paterson, N.J. They have two surviving children;

    Note: 201-4-1 Marshall Hunt Johnson (4) born Feb. 8, 1842; he was a son of Maria Catherine Wildrick (3) by her second marriage; he enlisted in 1861 in the 8th Regt. New Jersey Volunteers, served nine months and was honorably discharged. He lived four years at Pontiac, Mich., after his marriage he lived at Andover, N.J. until 1886 when he moved to Somerville, N.J.

    33-4-9 John Marvin Wildrick (3) born March 29, 1809 and died November 14, 1851. He was a son of George and Catherine Wildrick (2) He married Susan Stewart; Susan died in 1905. She was a daughter of Robert L. Stewart. They dwelt near Marksboro until after John's death, then the widow and her six children moved to Newark. They had eight children, two of whom died very young; (George (4) died in 1844 and Isaac (4) died in 1846)

    226-4-1 Macrina Wildrick (4) born May 14, 1848, married John T. Wilson, he was born May 10, 1833. They had one son, Elmer Elston Wilson (5) born February 25, 1861, died May 13, 1907, buried in Fairmont cemetery.

    *227-4-2 Sarah Catherine Wildrick (4) born August 29, 1839, died at Newark, N.J., November 13, 1925.

    228-4-3 Anna Maria Wildrick (4) born May 4, 1841, died May 5, 1920, married Alexander Norcross. She is buried beside her husband and son in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery at Newark, N.J.

    229-4-4 Malvina Wildrick (4) born ? died in 1930. She married James Beach.

    230-4-5 Witfield Wildrick (4) was born at Marksboro , N.J. There were twin sons at this birth and they were named Abram and Isaac. Abram died at eight months of age, then Isaac's name was changed to Witfield, who died in Newark at the age of eight years. He was buried in the burial ground of the old Presbyterian church.

    *231-4-6 David Lundy Wildrick (4) born ? he died at Joplin, Mo., and was buried at Dover, N.J. He married Ella Gage. She died July 9, 1936.

    227-4-2 Sarah Catherine Wildrick (4) born August 29, 1839, died at Newark, N.J. November 13, 1925, buried in East Ridge Lawn Cemetery. She was a member of the Park Presbyterian Church. She married Jehiel T. Smith, and they had four children (Refer to No. 198-4-1 (4) of this work).

    231-4-6 David Lundy Wildrick (4) married Ella Gage; they had two children:

    232-4-1 Dr. Raymond G. Wildrick (5) married Mildren Fowler Rutan, died October 13, 1946. They dwelt in Germantown, Pa., and had one child:

    233-4-2 Harold Austin Wildrick (5) married Marion Moors of Ambler, Pa. Harold is a contractor and builder and dwells at Glenside, Pa., and they have two children:

    235-4-1 Harold Austin Wildrick Jr. (6) married Marion L. Peterson on August 17, 1940. They have two children:

    236-4-2 Virginia Wildrick (6) married John M. Thress on September 30, 1939. They have three children:

    232-4-1 Dr. Raymond G. Wildrick (5) died March 17, 1942

    234-4-1 Shirley Wildrick (6) born 1926, married James Palmer.

    This completes line to date February 1, 1950

    Branch 10 of George and Catherine

    34-4-10 William Tracy Wildrick (3) married Sarah Young, who was born 1819 and died July 10, 1859, buried at Marksboro, N.J. She was the daughter of Silas Young, who lived on the Island Farm at Great Meadows (tradition says this Young family came from Switzerland). They dwelt near Marksboro and had six children:

    237-4-1 Edward Moore Wildrick (4) married January 7, 1836, to Phebe Elizabeth Cochran, She was born March 8, 1841, died April 27, 1911. She was the daughter of Dennis Cochran and Lydia Hunt. Dennis Cochran established the Cochran House in Newton, N.J. Edward was for many years the manager of the Franklin Iron Co., General Store at Franklin Furnace, Sussex Co., N.J. They had five children:

    238-4-2 Adelaide Wildrick (4) married in 1861 to Henry Hulshiser, M.D. Henry had graduated from the Philidelphia Medical College in 1855. They dwelt at Hope, New Jersey, until 1871, and then moved to Port Oram, N.J. They had four children:

    248-4-1 Alfred M. Hulshiser (5) married a Miss Dennis, who is now deceased. They dwelt at Maplewood, N. J. and had one child

    249-4-2 Clara A. Hulshiser (5) married July 17, 1881, to William H. Tonking. They dwelt at Dover and had seven children.

    258-4-6 Henry Hulshiser (6) married Clara Snyder, of Newton, New Jersey. They had two children: William Harry (7) and Clara Leonora (7).

    240-4-4 Marjorie Irene Wildrick (4) was twice married. Her first husband was Thomas B. Armstrong, by whom she had a son, Edward (5) who died in childhood. Father and son are buried at Yellow Frame. Her second marriage was to Esek DeWitt Youmans, born March 3, 1827, died on August 1, 1917, buried at Ruowlton, New Jersey. The had one child:

    241-4-5 William Clinton Wildrick (4) married November 6, 1878 to Florence Augusta Simpson. She was born August 19, 1859, near Marksboro and died on March 19, 1931, buried at Hackettstown, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Robert F. Simpson and Lavina Cooke. They dwelt at Marksboro until they moved to Hackettstown in 1908. They had five children:

    261-4-1 Nina C. Wildrick (5) married September 17, 1903, to Wilfred Hibler, son of Marshall S. Hibler and Augusta Vasbinder. They dwell near Greendell, N.J. They had one daughter.

    266-4-1 Augusta Hibler (6) married July 6, 1931 to Francis W. Morrow, son of Charles H. and Mary Morrow of Compton, Pa. They had one child:

    262-4-2 Ethyl Irene Wildrick (5) married George W. Hart. They dwelt at Johnsonburg, then in 1924 they moved to Hackettstown. They had three children:

    263-4-3 Florence Edna Wildrick (6) married June 30, 1921 to Edwin Palmer Snow; they live in Brooklyn, N.Y

    265-4-5 Sadie McLaury Wildrick (5) married December 24, 1919 to Russell Melvin Marlatt. They dwell at Fort Murry, New Jersey and have one child:

    This seems to be the end of Wildricks in this branch.

    Invitation Issued in 1928

    1828-Prospect Hall-1928

    And it came to pass in the Land of Marks, Ad. Dom., 1803, that George and Catherine of the House of Wildrick did begat twins, Abram and Isaac, and there was great rejoicing as it had been written that famous twins would be born in the Land of Marks. And Abram and Isaac did grow and wax fat.

    And it came to pass in the year 1828 they did leave the House of Wildrick and go out of the Land of Marks and into the Land of Blair and on the Hill of Prospect in the Land of Blair did establish a new House of Wildrick. And since that time the House of Wildrick has grown great and prospered and the peoples have multiplied.

    And it has been the custom in the House of Wildrick since Abram and Isaac did establish themselves on the Hill of Prospect for the people of this House on the Day of Independence to break bread and drink wine with the other.

    Now this being the One Hundredth year after the founding of the New House of Wildrick, it is ordained that you and your children and your children's children journey to the Hall of Prospect. And there on the fourth day of the seventh month of this year do break bread and drink wine with the other descendents of Abram and Isaac. As it has been the custom for these many generations so to honor Abram and Isaac and the Independence of the Land.

    SELAH!

    Writer's note: The House of Abram and Isaac is located on top of Blairstown to Hope, just after crossing the the hill of the old road leading from Blairstown to Hope, just after crossing the tracks of the D. L. & W.R.R. (cut off). You will hit the old road to the right off the concrete by the Raub farm.

    Part Two Group One

    We will now turn back nearly two hundred years and take up the several branches of Michael Wildrick (2) 1753-1840.

    But first let me explain why the last came first and the first comes last. We might say it this way: Some folks always pick out the easiest job with the least work first, leaving the big job with the most work for last, thinking some one will come along to help.

    Well, that sort of applies to this case; as you will note there is not so much work connected with branches 2, 3, and 5 as there is with branches 4 and 1, as branches 2 and 3 run for only about two generations, and as for branch 4, we had great cooperation with the descendants of that branch, having all the sub-branches complete to date and ready to be arranged.

    As you may observe, there were only four dirct descendants of branch two and then the name Wildrick was dropped, likewise with branch three; only five direct descendants until the name no longer was used, and in branch five there were thirty until the name was dropped.

    In branch four, well, I will let you count them. And as for branch one, well, I don't know yet, but there are thirteen sub-branches and some of them have a lot.

    So here we go for number 2-1 Michael Wildrick (2) and his thirteen children.

    2-1 Michael Wildrick (2) and his thirteen sub-branches, listed as follows: the first ten children listed were by 1, his first wife, who was a Hawk and the last three by his second wife who was Mary Vass.

    Children of Michael Wildrick by His Second Wife, Mary Vass

    Those numbers which left no descendants, or other records for history will be listed first and following in their turn will come the others.

    8-1-6 Catherine Wildrick (3) married a Johnson.

    9-1-7 Mary Wildrick (3) not married in 1830: no other record.

    10-1-8 Charity Wildrick (3) not married in 1830, no other record.

    14-1-12 Charlotta Wildrick (3) (see above family list)

    Group One -Sub-branch One

    3-1-1 Samuel Wildrick (3) was the first child, "son" of Michael. He is mentioned in his father's will of 1830. He married Magdelina ? They dwelt for a short time betweeen Marksboro and Hope. At the time of this writing, no authentic list of their children has been found. Chambers in his list of early Germans, names only one child. Michael. But New Jersey records show there were others. The first two listed here are according to New Jersey records and the last four may be descendants of 3-1-1, Samuel Wildrick.

    16-1-1 1. Samuel Wildrick Jr., (4) born July 29, 1793 and died on June 7, 1889, buried in the cemetery on the north bank of the Lehigh River at Stoddartsville, Pa. He married after moving to Pennsylvania, and had two children by two wives. His decendants constitute the Pennsylvania branch of the Wildrick family. The birth date on his tombstone is 1793.

    17-1-1 2. Michael Wildrick (4) born February 29, 1804. He married Dorothy ? She died in 1881. They had two sons:

    20-1-1 3. James Wildrick (4) had two sons, Andrew and John B. (no further records).

    21-1-1 4. William E. Wildrick (4) married January 17, 1850, to Charity Rice. They settled at the Briar Patch, Susquehanna County, Pa.

    [ Logically, there should be an entry for 22-1-1-5 at this point. It is missing in the pamphlet. For a theory of what is missing, see here ]

    23-1-1 6. Abraham Wildrick (4) of Hope, N.J., married November 9, 1850, to Mary Hahn, of Oxford, New Jersey. (No other information concerning these last four)

    *16-1-1 1. Samuel Wildrick Jr. (4) He married three times. His first wife was Mary Saxe. She was born June 14, 1796 and died September 25, 1839. His second wife was Mary Everit. She died January 1860. His third wife's name and dates are not given, but it is taken that they were married in Pennsylvania (Armstrong's history says there were no children by this marriage).

    The children of Samuel and Mary Saxe; birthdates are not given; four of the first ten left no issue, and there seems to be no further record of them, other than their names, marriages, etc.

    I have some records sent to me by Louise Jane Wildrick of Ithaca New York which will be added to this list, and certainly must tie in as decendants of this Samuel Wildrick (4). But I will first continue with the records by Armstrong of New Jersey.

    The children of *16-1-1 1. Samuel Wildrick Jr. (4) as follows:

    By his second wife, four of their children died in childhood and are not named here; the others are:

    *39-1-1 15. Elizabeth Wildrick (5) born January 14, 1860, She was twice married.

    30-1-1 7. Sally Ann Wildrick (5) married William Clymer. They dwelt at Gouldsboro, Pa., and William died there. Then Sally moved with one of her children to New York State. They had four children:

    31-1-1 8. Louisa Wildrick (5) married a Mr. Yale. They had eight children:

    32-1-1 9. Henry Wildrick (5) born 1829, died 1916, married Mary Jane Adams. They dwelt at Blakeslee, Pa. and had eight children:

    33-1-1 10. Ruth Wildrick (5) born February 12, 1836, died August 26, 1892. Married Harmon Herd. He was born in Germany. They dwelt at Stoddardsville, Pa., and had six children:

    59-1-1 1. Robert Herd (6) married Lucy Snyder; they had two children:

    61-1-1 1. Margaret Ruth Herd (6) married Alfred Kerrick. They dwelt at Stoddarsville, Pa., and had four children:

    62-1-1 4. Emma Herd (6) married George A. Porter of Oakland, Maryland. They had three children:

    64-1-1 6. Lucinda Herd (6) married George Bush. They dwell at Pocono Lake, Pa, and have seven children:

    39-1-1 15 Elizabeth Wildrick (5) born January 14, 1860; married Jeremiah Wood. They had two children;

    Jeremiah died and Elizabeth married again, this time to Charles Blakeslee. They had one son:

    52-1-1 2. Rachel Wildrick (6) married George Hayes on August 22, 1883; they dwelt at Bear Creek, Pa., and had five children:

    53-1-1 3. Vinnie Elizabeth Wildrick (6) married September 19, 1900 to Howard Eugene Burger. They dwell at Blakeslee, Pa., and had:

    54-1-1 4. Sarah Elizabeth Wildrick (6) married Charles Edward Schuler; they dwelt at Neola, Pa. and had ten children: Bessie and Clyde died young. The others are listed:

    This concludes the records of Armstrong's writings of Samuel Wildrick (3) 3-1-1

    The Pennsylvania branch of Samuel Wildrick

    as reported to me by one of his descendants, Louie Jane Wildrick "Whippie"

    There seems to be a little difference as to dates and generation numbers between the Pennsylvania records of Samuel Wildrick as to exactly which one it was, as there are records of four Samuel Wildricks, but they are all of the branch, as Samuel, First, son of Michael, then comes Samuel Jr., First , then his son Samuel Jr., second, and his son Sam. Therefore it will be necessary to run this number sort of independent of the others, unless we can get the records later and kow exactly which is which and who is who.

    In Armstrong's history he states that Samuel Wildrick Jr., moved to Pennsylvania, also that he had children by two wives in New Jersey, then after moving to Pennsylvania he married for the third time but gives no records from there on. According to the New Jersey record this Samuel Wildrick was *16-1-1 1. Samuel Wildrick Jr. 1.(4) and he had a son Samuel Wildrick Jr., II (5), number *25-1-1 2.Samuel Wildrick jr. II (5) of which there are no New Jersey records. Now this seems to tie in with the Pennsylvania records which I have from Louis Jan Wildrick Whipple, who states in her records that Samuel Wildrick came to Pennsylvania as a small boy, then the father left him and his mother not state what become of the father) Samuel Wildrick come from New Jersey when a young boy and settled on a farm along the Susquehanna River near Homet's Ferry. There he made a home for his mother until she died. She was buried in Wyalusing Cemetery, Pa. Now this ties in with the New Jersey records for they show that Samuel Wildrick Jr., (4) 16-1- 1 1. was also buried in the same cemetery. Now everything ties in with the records excepting the statement about the young boy record, as our New Jersey records show that Samuel Wildrick was twice married before going to Pennsylvania, and had already raised families by two wives here, and as our records show he was married again in Pennsylvania, this would have been his third marriage, which the New Jersey records do not show, as the Pennsylvania records do not show his two marraiges in New Jersey. Therefore I am satisfied and inclined to believe that the Samuel Wildrick in question is the grandson of Michael (2) or as these records show the one numbered as *16-1-1 1. Samuel Wildrick Jr. (4) and his son Jamuel Jr. (5) (as refered to as coming to Pennsylvania when a young boy) are responsible for the Wildricks in Pennsylvania. Therefore we will start with *25-1-1 2. Samuel Wildrick Jr. II (4) as the one who married Weltha Fanning (These records were supplied by Louie Jan Whipple).

    25-1-1 2. Samuel Wildrick Jr. II (5) came from New Jersey and settled on a farm along the Susquehanna River near Homets Ferry, Pa. There he made a home for his mother until she died "the father having left them". She was buried in Wyalusing Cemetery in Pennsylvania. He married Weltha Fanning, and they had seven boys who were raised in a little house just across the lawn from where the home now stands. This was built by Samuel Fisk and Samuel Wildrick. Samuel died on October 3, 1896. Their seven sons were:

    100-1-1 1. Joseph F. Wildrick (6) married on February 25, 1885, To Annie Eliza Fisk. Joseph was a farmer who lived in the Old Homestead at Homets Ferry, Pa. He died on November 28, 1931, at the age of 89 years. His wife, Annie E. Fisk Wildrick died June 26, 1909. Her age was 48 years. They had six children:

    101-1-1 2. Mickeral Wildrick (6) married Lillian ? To them were born two daughters. Lena Wildrick (7) and Daisy Wildrick (7). All are dead, no other records.

    102-1-1 3. Ike Wildrick (6) born August 2, 1851, died June 18, 1909. He married Flora Smith and they had eight children:

    103-1-1 4. Benjamin Wildrick (6) born September 7, 1853, married Nina Thompson. They have five children:

    105-1-1 6. Edward Wildrick (6) born March 18, 1859. He married Nettie Goodsell, as his first wife. They had five children.

    Edward Wildrick married as his second wife Flora Smith Wildrick, widow of Ike Wildrick his brother.

    106-1-1 7. William P. Wildrick (6) born October 31, 1861. William was a railroad engineer and was killed in a wreck at Boone, Iowa, on February 8, 1898. He married Sara Ellen Null. She was born October 25, 1862 and died October 2, 1930. They had one daughter:

    107-1-1 1. Samuel W. Wildrick (7) son of Joseph Wildrick (6) paid off the heirs to be full owner of the Old Homestead, which is now called Cold Springs Dairy Farm and is operated by his two sons, to whom he left his property by will.

    The Two Sons of Samuel W. Wildrick (7) born January 12, 1886, died September 16, 1949

    Martin is an electrician, not married and since the death of their father, Martin lives with his mother. Herbert lives a short way from the homestead, is married and has two girls:

    Partial list of the grand children of Samuel Wildrick Jr. II (5)

    1. Elsia Wildrick - Purdy, Des Moines, Iowa
    2. Benjamin Wildrick - Le Raysville, Pa
    3. Charles Wildrick - Le Raysville, Pa
    4. Florence Wildrick - Bender, Le Raysville
    5. Weltha Wildrick (not given)
    6. Grace Wildrick - Beeman, 6 Washington street, Endicott, N.Y.
    7. Bessie Wilrick - Ruger, Spring Hill, Pa.
    8. Carrie Wildrick - Stevens, 17 Lincoln Avenue, Endicott, N. Y.
    9. Hazel Wildrick - Crocker, 409 Wells Avenue, Athens, Pa.
    10. George Wildrick - Highland New York.
    11. Louie Jan Wildrick - Whipple, 310 West State Street, Ithaca, N. Y.
    12. Margha L. Wildrick - Humbles, 316 N. Aurora Street, Ithaca, N. Y.

    Great grand children of Samuel Wildrick

    1. Herbert Leo Wildrick, Wyalusing, Pa., R.D. 2
    2. Martin Wesley Wildrick, Wyalusing, Pa., R.D. 2
    This concludes all the records I have at hand to date, January 1950 of the Pennsylvania branches.

    109-1-1 3. William P. Wildrick (7) not married; was a brakman on the L.V.R.R. and was killed while on duty, September 12, 1912.

    4-2 John Wildrick (4) will hereafter read as 4-1-2 John Wildrick (3). The numbers represent that he was the second child of the first group; the first part of the number will represent the total number listed in group one, and so on through the several sub branches.

    4-1-2 John Wildrick (3) the second son of Michael (2) was born June 15, 1787, and died February 10, 1873. He married Sarah Moore, who was born October 1, 1785 and died February 4, 1867. Both have tombstones in Free Union cemetery, Warren County, New Jersey. They lived near Townsbury and had six children:

    112-1-2 1. Elenanor Wildrick (4) born 1813, died 1856. She married David Hill, who was a miller by trade. They had six children:

    113-1-2 2. Josiah Moore Wildrick (4) married Matilda Cooke. She was born in 1821 and died on March 29, 1896. She was a daughter of Consider Cooke. They dwelt in Hope township and have tombstones at Free Union. They had six sons:

    114-1-2 3. Thomas Philip Hunt Wildrick (4) born 1820, killed by the kick of a horse one Monday morning in 1845 when his son Jason was only two years old. He is buried in the Old Union cemetery in Hope township and has a tombstone there, with the following inscription:

    Thomas P. H. Wildrick
    Son of
    John and Sarah Wildrick
    B. 1820 D. 1845
    Ag. 25y 9 mo 7da

    [Russ Cowell has sent us an updated tree of the descendants of Thomas Philip Hunt Wildrick. Our thanks to him]

    Thomas and Rosanna had one son:

    115-1-2 4. George Crocket Wildrick (4) born April 6, 1826, died January 14, 1878. He married Keziah Bell on September 25, 1847. She was born August 24, 1824 and died December 20, 1894. Both have headstones a Free Union Cemetery in Warren County, N.J. They had five children:

    116-1-2 5. Sarah Ann Wildrick (4) born August 1828, died February 9, 1899. She married Samuel Green Park and they had nine children:

    130-1-2 1. Jason Wildrick (5) 1843-1897, married Susan Louise Chamberlin on November 21, 1868. She was born in 1849 and died on September 20, 1874. They had three children:

    After the death of his 3rd wife Susan in 1874, Jason married again, this time his first wife's sister, Marietta. She was born August 14, 1847, and died September 22, 1905. They had six children of whom 1. Albert; 2. George; 3. Gertrude; and 4. Oria died very young. The remaining two are:

    145-1-2 1. Isabela Curry Wildrick (6) married January 14, 1892 to Harrison N. Diesel, and had three children:

    146-1-2 2. Jason Hunt Wildrick (6) married June 14, 1893 to Sarah Wilson. They dwell at Phillipsburg, N.J. and have four children.

    147-1-2 3. Ida May Wildrick (6) married September 12, 1892 to John E. Cowell. They had two children:

    (Russ Cowell has added additional details, suggesting the above entries should read:-
    147-1-2 3. Ida May Wildrick (6) born June 30, 1873. Married John Ernest Cowell September 12, 1892. They had two children:

    Our thanks to him)

    149-1-2 6. Ethelinda Wildrick (6) married in 1902 to Samuel Cole, who died in January, 1921. They had two children:

    After the death of Samuel, Ethelinda married David L. Heater.

    135-1-2 Katerine B. Wildrick (5) born on August 19, 1860, married William B. Miller of Netcong, N.J They had one daughter:

    142-1-2 7. Rose Park (5) married Lewis Smith of Hackettstown, N.J. They had two daughters:

    161-1-2 1. Pearl Smith (6) married Willard Kinney. They have one daughter:

    162-1-2 2. Mabel Smith (6) married Frank Smith. They have:

    124-1-2 1. George Wildrick (5) son of Josiah and Matilda Wildrick, was born September 22, 1840 and died June 9, 1915 at Buttzville, N.J. He married Emma L. Hendershot. They had three children:

    168-1-2 1. Budd James Wildrick (6) and Jennie had three children:

    170-1-2 3. Laura Bille Wildrick (6) and Raymond Dildine have:

    Laura Belle and Raymond were married on February 22, 1895, and dwelt at Belmar, N.J.

    126-1-2 3. Abram Freese Wildrick (5) the third child, son, of Josiah and Matilda Wildrick (4) born February 19, 1844, died August 17, 1912. He married Mary Swayze in 1869. She was born January 26, 1846 and died on March 20, 1909. She was a daughter of Wilson Swayze. They dwelt for forty-two years on their farm near Centreville, N.J. and both died there and are buried in Fairview cemetery in Knowlton township, N. J. They had two girls:

    127-1-2 4. Stephen Wildrick (5) born November 2, 1847, married Mary Bailey. They had one daughter:

    128-1-2 5. Isaac Wildrick (5) born 1852, died 1934. He married Emma Tinsman. She was born in 1849 and died in 1926. They are both buried in the Moravian cemetery at Hope and have a large marble monument near the church. They farmed nearly all of their lives on the farm east of Hope, which at one time was known as Wildrick's Grove. It is said that the Warren County Farmers' Picnic was originally started in that Grove or piece of woods located between the farmhouse and what was know in those days as the Goose Island farm.A

    Issac and Emma had one daughter:

    129-1-2 6. Samuel Parks Wildrick (5) married in 1886 to Eulilia Cooper. They dwelt in Phillipsburg, N.J. and had three children:

    177-1-2 1. Olive Eloise Crisman (7) married Andrew Yetter. They have four children:

    We will now turn back to *131-1-2 1. Julia A. Wildrick (5), the first child of George Crocket Wildrick and Kesiah Bell

    131-1-2 1. Julia A. Wildrick married first, Joseph Frome, after his death she married Thomas Ketcham. They have two sons:

    132-1-2 2. Sarah Elnora Wildrick (5) born March 14, 1850. She married Samuel Ramsey Albert. He was born January 5, 1836 and died March 13, 1913. They had two children:

    188-1-2 1. Clara Albert (6) married on January 14, 1897 to Edward T. Cooke. They had three children:

    190-1-2 1. Russell Cooke (7) married Jennie Jaynes. They had one daughter:

    191-1-2 2. Floyd Cooke (7) married Alberta Clifford, his first wife. His second wife was Inez Updyke. They have one son:

    192-1-2 Frances Cooke (7) married Homer Swisher. They dwell on a farm near Knowlton Church, N.J. and have four children:

    134-1-2 4. Warren Hoagland Wildrick (5) He was the fourth child of George Crocket Wildrick and Keziah Bell. He married Sara Lenora Flumerfelt on July 3, 1879 and had five children:

    201-1-2 2. Albert Wildrick (6) married Anna Right. They had five children:

    204-1-2 5. Roy Wildrick married Helen C. Geise. Roy served in the 303 Field Artillery, 78th Division, U. S. Troops,. in Word War I. They had one daughter:

    End of this branch to date 1931. Any further information will be arranged and listed later.

    Jacob Wildrick

    5-1-3 Jacob Wildrick (3) third son of Michael (2) married Sarah Hartman, a sister of Lawrence Hartman, who married Rachel Wildrick (3) 11-1-9. Sarah and Jacob were married, October 10, 1816, Sarah died March 25, 1879, aged seventy one years, five months, and eleven days. They dwelt near Ebenezer in Frelinghuysen Township. Of their twelve children, Marshall, Sarah, and Charlotte died unmarried, and have tombstones at Marksboro. The remaining children follow:

    210-1-3 1. James M. Wildrick (4) born December 13, 1817, died on January 16, 1900, aged eighty three years, one month, three days. He married Delilah Christian, who was born January 21, 1816 and died January 13, 1899. They dwelt two miles north east of Hope, near Shiloh, and both died at the home of their son Marshall, who lived at the time near Shiloh less than on mile from the old homestead. They had four sons:

    219-1-3 1. Marshal C. Wildrick (5) married Mary Catherine Hazlett, who was born on September 29, 1841 and was a daughter of John Hazlett and Charity McLain, also a great great grand-daughter of old Christopher Worman, who at one time owned a large tract of land on which the City of London, England, is located. They had five children, all girls as follows:

    223-1-3 1. Lydia Castner Wildrick married William J. Kohl of Pen Argyl, Pa. They had a son, Harrison G. who lived with his grandparents, Marshall and Mary Wildrick, and always went by the name of Wildrick. He was commonly know as Harry Wildrick, but for the record

    Lydia and William J. Kohl had one daughter:

    224-1-3 2. Daisy Belle Wildrick (6) married Marcus B. Titman. They had two children:

    225-1-3 3. Allie Edna Wildrick (6) born January 3, 1869, married George Matlock on January 13, 1892. George was a carpenter by trade. They had one daughter, Buelah Matlock. All three died and are buried in Belvidere.

    This is the end of Marshall and Mary's branches to date December 11, 1949.

    220-1-3 2. Ira C. Wildrick (5) born in 1842, died November 30, 1918, and is buried in Old Union Cemetery, Plot 19A. His first wife was Ruzilla Poyer. Several years after her death Ira married a widow by the name of Edith Poff. He had eight children by his first wife and three, so far as is known by his second. The children he and Ruzilla had were:

    240-1-3 4. Albert J. Wildrick (6) was born near Shiloh, N.J. and married Lillie Moore, who was born at Hinesburg. They dwell near East Bangor, Pa., and have two sons:

    241-1-3 5. William Wildrick (6) married August 5, 1905 to Viola Mabel Howell a daughter of carpenter George Howell of Feebletown, near Hope. They had two children:

    250-1-3 1. Fredrick Wildrick (7) married on July 4, 1932 to Catheryn Ayers, a daughter of Nelson E. Ayers of Vienna. They have nine children: (Writer's note: as this information was received late there is a jump in numbers)

    251-1-3 2. Nora Carrie Wildrick (7) married Clyde Fox of Oxford N.J. They have five children. (This list also received late: hence the jump in numbers)

    (To date July 1949)

    242-1-3 6. John Ervin Wildrick (6) married Elizabeth Shaffer. They dwell at Hope and have two children:

    252-1-3 1. George Ira Wildrick married Marie Eger. They dwell and operate a garage in Washinton, N.J. and have two sons:

    253-1-3 1. Armintha Wildrick (7) married Clyde Mowery. They have:

    243-1-3 7. Hester Ann Wildrick (6) married October 16, 1913, to Jehiel Hindebrant, who was killed in an auto accident. He and Hester were in the insurance business and Hester still continues in the same business at 20 Bloomfield Avenue, Flemington, N.J. They had one daughter:

    244-1-3 8. George Budd Wildrick (6) married Jennie Riddle. They dwell in Dover, N.J. and have one son:

    220-1-3 2. Ira C Wildrick'S (5) children by his second wife, Edith Poff, so far as known to the writer are:

    270-1-3 1. Russell Wildrick born near Ebenezer, Warren County, N.J. in 1900. He attended common school at Hope and Blairstown and after that was on his own. He continued his education by reading and studying by himself, and carried on day work for the farmers of the vicinity until he finally secured a postion with the Bellewood Dairy Co., at Stroudsburg, Pa. He was with that company for six years when they sold out to Lotz Brothers, when he became manager for them for eight years. Then in 1940 he moved to Bridgeville, N.J. and took over as manager for the Van Herward Mild and Crem Co. who have a receiving station near that place on the L & H R R. and is still there at this writing (February, 1950)

    He married Louise Bell. They had two children and were divorced shortly after the birth of the second child. Their children were:

    In 1937 he married Reva LaBarre. Their children were :S

    (Writer's note: As you will notice, the Wildricks have followed mostly to Bible first names, but this is the first Paul I have come across in this work)

    221-1-3 3. Archibald Christian Wildrick (5) born February 2, 1843, died October 23, 1921, buried at Center Moreland, Pa. He married Selina Evans, who was born December 10, 1842, and died October 30, 1931. They had:

    273-1-3 1. James Williams Wildrick (6) born April 21, 1873, married December 14, 1898 to Electa Evans. They have seven children and live at Center Moreland, Pa.

    276-1-3 4. Charles Wesley Wildrick (6) married Edna C. Kitson. They have:

    284-1-3 1. Henry Kenneth Wildrick, born March 18, 1907, married Mildred Fergunson in August 1930. They have :

    277-1-3 1. Pearl Amelia Wildrick (7) married Floyd Bardwell. They have:

    278-1-3 2. Mabel Augusta Wildrick (7) married Andrew C. Eastwood. They have:

    222-1-3 4. Marcus B. Wildrick (5) born December 7, 1847, died May 1, 1939. He married Melissa Jane Deats, who died in 1933. They had four children:

    292-1-3 2. Gertrude Wildrick married Holloway Hendershot on July 4, 1899. He was born April 11, 1865 and died November 1945. They had four children: (Gertrude had one child by a former union)

    295-1-3 x. Edith D. Wildrick married Charles Cramer. They have one son:

    296-1-3 1. Clara Melissa Hindershot married November 5, 1919 to Albert James Baker. The have one son:

    297-1-3 2. Emma Gertrude Hendershot (7) married July 18, 1948 to Edgar Stoddard.

    293-1-3 3. James Watson Wildrick (6) married Olive Burdge on March 31, 1909. They dwell at 114 Prospect Street, Hackettstown, N.J. James has worked on the D. L. & W. R. R. as a flagman since 1918. They have one daughter:

    294-1-3 4. Abram Vliet Wildrick (6) born in 1887. He married Carrie Laura Mitten on May 29, 1907. She died in March, 1913. They had three children:

    Abram dwelt in Great Meadows and for many years has been the yardmaster of Morgan Brothers Lumber Company of that place. His son Frederick seems to be following in his father's footsteps. After Laura's death Abram married Edith Catherine Morgan on April 21, 1934. She died in August, 1935.

    306-1-3 1. Frederick Wildrick (7) married June 14, 1930 to Roberta Vanwei. They have:

    308-1-3 3. Hester E. Wildrick married February 16, 1926, to Lester Flumerfelt. They had:

    213-1-2 4. George Wildrick (4) born 1820, died 1901, was the fourth child of Jacob (3). He married Sarah A. Brown, who was born in Easton, Pa, in 1819, and died March 10, 1876. She was buried at Wapwallopen, Pa. They moved from New Jersey about 1852. Of their nine children, six died unmarried; the other three were:

    318-1-3 1. Elizabeth Wildrick (5) and Rube Davis had seven children:

    319-1-3 2. Emma Wildrick (6) married Lewis Jacobs, and had one daughter:

    [ Logically, there should be a 328-1-3 here, somehow linking Lewis Jacobs with Anna Kate Jacobs, below. This is missing from the pamphlet ]

    329-1-3 2. Anna Kate Jacobs (6) married on September 14, 1909, to William B. Stair of Wapwallopen, Pa. They had one daughter:

    Emma and Lewis were married at Berwick, Pa. Lewis Jacobs was born August 5, 1846, and died on March 30, 1917. They were buried at Mt. Zion.

    320-1-3 3. Corilla Wildrick (5) married on January 2, 1879 at Beach Haven, Pa. to William Hinkle. He was born April 1, 1847 and died July 1, 1900. They dwelt for a time in Nescopeck, Pa. and in 1887 moved to Wilkes-Barre, Pa. They had three daughters:

    331-1-3 1. Gertrude Hinkle married Henry Engle of Wilkes-Barre, Pa. They have three children:

    We here again turn back to Jacob Wildrick (3) and take up 214-1-3 sub branch 5.

    Euphemia Wildrick (4) no dates given, married John Groner. They had two daughters:

    346-1-3 1. Sarah Groner (5) married Robert Hill, a son of John Hill and his wife Rachel Marie Ulp. (Note: this Marie Ulp, is mentioned as a daughter of the second wife of Michael (2) by a former union. It stated there that Marie died unmarried; but this information was found in the records of the descendants of John Hill.)

    347-1-3 2. Rebecca Groner (5) married William Johnson. They resided at Hope for a number of years. There seems to be no other records of the above.

    Sub Branch Six

    215-1-3 6. Jacob Wildrick (4) married Elizabeth Nulton. Jacob served in the U. S. Army He went to the Civil War and never returned. The records claim that Jacob, Jr., and Elizabeth had three children but we find only one listed:

    354-1-3 6. Sarah Swartz (6) married as second wife to William Clinton Lanterman. They had one son:

    This is the end of Jacob Jr's record

    We now turn back to the seventh child of Jacob Wildrick (3)

    216-1-3 7. William Lawrence Wildrick (4) the seventh son of Jacob (3). His birth date is not given. He was killed in the Avondale Coal Mine disaster four miles below Wilkes-Barre, Pa on September 6, 1869 and is buried in Hanover Green Cemetery, Pa. He married Mary Elizabeth Hoyt. She died January 24, 1919, at Easton, Pa. and is buried in Jackson Hill Cemetery in New Jersey. They had seven children, two of who died in infancy, one yet unnamed and the other one, Sarah Wildrick, is buried at the Old Union Cemetery near Hope, N.J. and has a grave marker with the inscription:

    SARAH M.
    infant daughter of
    William L. Wildrick
    and
    Mary E. Hoyt
    D. Apr. 24, 1859
    Age 4m 1d

    Their other living children were as follows:

    360-1-3 4. Catherine Euphemia Wildrick (5) married John E. Lewis. They dwelt at 10 Ryerson Street, Newton, and had three children:

    361-1-3 5 Elizabeth J. Wildrick (5) married Hiram F. Cook and had three children. Two died in infancy. The other one was:

    (End of sub-branch 7)

    Sub Branch Eight

    Hezekiah Wildrick (4)

    217-1-3 8 Hezikaih Wildrick (4) eighth child son of Jacob Wildrick (3) married Lavina Curtis. They had three children:

    381-1-3 2. William L. Wildrick (5) married Alice Cherretta. They lived at Sayre, Pa., and had seven children, three of whom died in childhood. The others are as follows:

    383-1-3 1. Ruth M. Wildrick (6) married to William H. Dunbell on April 30, 1938. They dwell at Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

    384-1-3 2. Edgar Wildrick has two children:

    385-1-3 3. Harold Wildrick has two children:

    386-1-3 4. Elizabeth Wildrick (6) married a Mr. Powell; had one son ? and a daughter now deceased.

    357-1-3 1. George H. Wildrick (5) married Cynthia V. Vopleus of Wyoming Co., Pa. George died on September 13, 1941, Cynthia died November 24, 1924. Both are buried in Albert Cemetery, Pa. They had one daughter

    358-1-3 2. William Preston Wildrick (5) was born June 22, 1856. He married Delphine Harris. She died April 4, 1915, aged 63 years. They dwelt near Bass Lake near Blairstown, N.J. and had five children:

    364-1-3 2. Lloyd Wildrick married Madeline Mitchell on November 29, 1919. They had three children:

    368-1-3 1. Kathryn M. Wildrick (7) married Herman Weber in October, 1945. They have one child:

    369-1-3 2. Jessie E. Wildrick (7) married Earle G. Thownshend on July 4, 1943. They have two children:

    Floyd and Lloyd were twin brothers and so much alike it was hard to tell one from the other. They were in the saw mill and lumber business together for a number of years.

    359-1-3 3. Anna L. Wildrick (5) married Maurice Jennings. They had two children:

    Anna died June 15, 1885, and was buried in the Old Union Cemetary at Hope.

    382-1-3 3. Luther Curtis Wildrick (5) married Margaret Cassidy as his first wife. They had two children:

    Margeret died on June 28, 1905 and Luther married Orie E. Croop on March 3, 1909. They had:

    End of Hezekiah's branches to 1949

    Jerome Wildrick

    218-1-3 9. Jerome Wildrick (4) born 1837, died May 7, 1925. He was the ninth child of Jacob (3). His first wife was Mary Elizabeth Creamer. She was born on March 23, 1843 and died May 30, 1869. They had two daughters. His second wife was Catherine ?. She was born October 10, 1846 and died January 30, 1900. Jerome and his two wives are buried in Moravian Cemetery at Hope and have two monuments there. Jerome's two daughters were:

    392-1-3 1. Mary Ann Wildrick (5) married Fletcher Bailey of Hope. He was born 1859 and died 1903. They had two children:

    394-1-3 1. Floyd Aten Bailey married Ethel Sipley. They had one daughter:

    395-1-3 2. Fannie Dill Bailey born 1902, married Wilbert McCain. He was born 1897. They had two children:

    400-1-3 1. Cyril Elmer Mccain (7) married Winifred Carolyn Horter, who was born 1921. They have one child:

    401-1-3 2. Helen Marilyn McCain married Clyde Myron Billow. He was born 1924. After the death of Wilbert, Fannie married Darnell A Gibson and still resides at Mt. Hermon N.J. They have one daughter:

    End of Mary Ann Wildrick and Fletcher Bailey to date. December 1949

    393-1-3 2. Emma Macrina Wildrick (5) 1864-1947; married John Milton Kostenbader, 1861, September 16, 1924. He was a miller by trade and operated flour and grist mills in Hope township for forty-one years. They had seven children:

    406-1-3 3. Walton Bower Kostenbader and Elnora have two children:

    Walton served in World War I, in the 303 Ammunition Train, 78 Division, U.S. Troops, France, At home he is dairyman, farmer and chicken grower.

    407-1-3 4 Edith Kostenbader married Orton Osmun. They have four children:

    408-1-3 5 Dayton Kostenbader married Bertha Shotwell. They have one son:

    Dayton served in the U.S. Navy during the First World War. He crossed the Atlantic eight times on the U.S.S. Kroonland. He now operates a gas and service station on Route 8, Blairstown.

    409-1-3 6. Clayton Leland Kostenbader wed Catherine Crisman. They dwell in Hackettstown, N.J. and operate a whole-sale liquor store there on Main Street. The have two children:

    410-1-3 3. Clara Kostenbader (7) born 1900, married Clarence H. Bell. They dwell at 151 N. Broad Street, Nazareth, Pa. and in the Electric Supply business.

    This is the end to date, December, 1949, of branch three Jacob Wildrick

    Branch Four of Group One

    6-1-4 David Wildrick born 1790, died July 10, 1835. He married Dorothy Brands, who was born in March 1797 and died May 9, 1884. She was the daughter of Jacob Brands and a grand-daughter of the emigrants, Jacob and Dorothy (Fiestler) Brands from Germany. They dwelt and died at Marksboro and both have tombstones there. They had nine children. David was the fourth child, son, of Michael (2)

    421-1-4 2. Jacob Brands Wildrick marred Elizabeth Shaffer. They farmed six years at Prospect Hall while the twins, Abram and Isaac were away on their droving trips. Afterwards Jacob was a blacksmith at Marksboro. About 1881 he moved to the Smith homestead near Oxford. They had two children:

    429-1-4 1. George Albert Wildrick married Anna Smith on November 20, 1885 at Buttzville. They dwelt at Oxford and had 9 children, three of whom died as youngsters and are not listed. The rest are:

    No records of the lst two to date.

    432-1-4 Louis Hoagland Wildrick married Adelaide Thomas and had two children:

    431-1-4 4. Roy Wildrick married Gertrude Rowland and has one daughter:

    422-1-4 3. John H Wildrick (4) was the third child of David and Dorothy. He married about 1844 to Mary R. Harris who was born April 1819 and died May 5, 1894. She was a daughter of Nicholas and Sarah (Albertson) Harris. They dwelt near Ebenezer and had six children:

    441-1-4 2. Nicholas Allen Wildrick married Ruth Ann Read, a daughter of Samuel C. and Mary (Wolvreton) Read. They were married on July 4, 1873. Lived at Ebenezer and had four children:

    446-1-4 1. Lillian Francis Wildrick married to George Edward Pitt, born February 25, 1874 in Iowa. They dwelt at Ebenezer and had two sons:

    447-1-4 2. John Read Wildrick, married June 1900 to Carrie D Raub. They dwell at Portland, Pa. John was the editor of the Portland Enterprise, for many years the only newspaper published in Portland. He is also Justice of Peace. They have three children:

    The following is from the Portland Press of January 12, 1950.

    Fifty years is a long time for one man in any business, what with depressions and all the other pitfalls that face businessmen but last Monday marked the fiftieth year that John R. Wildrick has been printing in Portland.

    His office and shop familiar to almost everyone in this area, have not always been located in the same spot for fifty years however. Wildrick began his printing in a building two doors above his present office when he first began working in Portland in 1900. This building burned to the ground on April 2, 1902 in a fire which destroyed the block.

    How does the slogan of the postal service go - "Neither fire, nor flood, nor rain, nor -quot; or words to that affect. Well, Wildrick had to start from nother after the blaze which destroyed his printing plant and a lesser man might not have done it. But his easy manner is a cover for a determination hard to hide, so he began again.

    In 1903 Wildrick came close to experiencing a second catastrophe when the gread flood did so much damage in this area. His press was then situated on the second floor of the building which now houses the A & P, and at one point, when the river was at its highest, the water was within a foot of the ceiling on the first floor. Wildrick often wonders what he would have done had the water not receded. A second blow in as many years might have been too much of him.

    Job printing is not his only calling however, for in 1922 Widrick assumed his duties as Justice of the Peace. In his twenty-eight years in this capacity, he has performed 171 marriages. The first being that of a couple from Reeder, Monroe County, on June 22, 1925.

    Wildrick was born February 2, 1886 and spent his early years on his father's farm at Ebenezer. New Jersey. He learned his trade at the Blairstown Press, and at time has worked in Bethlehem. Irvington, New Jersey, and Newark, N.J.

    Mrs Wildrick taught in country schools in this area for many years and it seems as tho the couple's three children are following their mother's footsteps. One son, Ronald R. is the principal of the school in Avon By the Sea. New Jersey. The second, Dr. John R. Jr., is at present teaching at the Stroudsburg State Teachers College, but will be remembered for his service as the principal of Portland schools until this year. The third member of the trio of educators, Mrs Marjorie R. Maring, is teaching in the Columbia School.

    448-1-4 3. Milton Armstrong Wildrick married Maud Fish. They dwelt on a farm near Ebenezer. They had three children:

    455-1-4 Ruth Edna Wildrick born November 18, 1907, married Walter Cooke. They live near Silver Lake and have five children:

    456-1-4 3. Albert Milton Wildrick (7) married Caroline Weston on July 6, 1934. They have four children:

    457-1-4 3. Grace Wildrick married Milton Hill.

    458-1-4 1. Walter Edward Cooke (8) married to Arlene R. Kymer on September 22, 1946. They have two children:

    451-1-4 2. Robert Milton Cooke married Virginia Wester on June 30, 1948. The have two children, twins:

    449-1-4 4. Mary Ruth Wildrick married Nelson E. Ayers and had four children:

    444-1-4 4. Sarah Wildrick marrie Jabez G. Brands on December 7, 1872. He died March 18, 1916. They had four children:

  • 468-1-4 1. Jane Vesta Brands (6) drowned August 10, 1950
  • 469-1-4 2. Lillian Swayze Brands marrie Charles Taylor.
  • 470-1-4 3. William John Brands married Jennie Irene Hay.
  • 471-1-4 4. Jessie Gwinnup Brands married William Wagner.

    424-1-4 5. Charles Wildrick (4) the fifth child son of David Wildrick and Dorothy Brands.

    Information concerning this number is meager and uncertain. Hir first wife was Lavinia ? They had a daughter Sarah who died in 1884 when but a young girl. She has a headstone in Marksboro. On May 25, 1849, Charles married Eliza Heater. The records show that Charles was the father of at least five children:

    We have no further records of any of these branches.

    425-1-4 6. Abram Isaac Wildrick was the sixth child of David and Dorothy. He was married to Anna Eliza Smith in 1854. She was born September 2, 1833 and died March 9, 1910, a daughter of Isaac B. and Marie Catherine (Wildrick) Smith. They had four children:

    For details on the above four numbers and their decendants to back to Group Four; you will find the same numbers.

    Sub Branch Five

    7-1-5 Elizabeth Wildrick (3) was the fifth child of Michael (2) the first child of John (1). No birth or death dates are available. She married Wallace Dangler and had two children?

    Samuel Dangler, who married Sarah Ann Bogart. They owned a house and lot near Harmony M.E. church and had two sons who died unmarried and a daughter:

    (No further records of an of the above)

    Sub Branch Nine

    11-1-9 Rachel Wildrick (3) was the ninth child of Michael (2) She married on November 9, 1816 to Lawrence Hartman, who had served in the U.S. Army in 1814. They had six children:

    477-1-9 1. Andrew Hartman married ? Titus. They had four children:

    478-1-9 2. Jacob Hartman (4) married a Miss West. They had three children:

    479-1-9 3. Charles Hartman (4) married Ellen Courtright. They had six children:

    480-1-9 4. David Wildrick Hartman (4) Born 1837, married Mary E. Dennis. They dwelt near Ebenezer and had:

    483-1-9 Cornell Hartman married Martha J. Howell. They had two sons:

    503-1-9 1. George Wildrick Hartman (6) married Anne Miller. They had one daughter:

    505-1-9 1. Grace Hartman married Frank Heath and had:

    508-1-9 2. George Heath married Stella Zaboski. They have:

    499-1-9 4. Emma Hartman (5) married John Kishpaugh. They lived in Vail, N.J. and had two children:

    512-1-9 1 Herman Kishpaugh married Dorothy Snyder and had one son:

    513-1-9 2. Edith Kishpaugh (6) married Milton James Vusler, who operated the old Moravian Mills at Hope for a number of years. The old mill is known by Moravian history to have been in operation as far back as 1768.

    He and his wife moved from Hope to the old homestead of her father at Hainsburg.

    501-1-9 6. Levi Hartman married Nancy Garris. They had:

    End of Sub Branch Nine

    Sub Branch Ten

    12-10-1 Ellen Wildrick (4) was the tenth child of Michael (2) She married Conrad Ulp. her stepbrother, who was born March 17, 1796. They dwelt near Marksboro and had two children, both of whom were named in ther grandfather's will:

    517-1-10 1. Rachel Marie Ulp married John Hill. They dwelt at Wallnut Valley and had:

    523-1-10 4. Robert Hill married Sarah Groner on February 4, 1882. She was a daugher of John Groner and Euphemia Wildrick (no 214-1-3 5) They had two children:

    525-1-10 6. Isaac Hill (5) on December 22, 1892 married Marcella V. Howell at Vienna, N.J. They had two children:

    527-1-10 1. Harold B. Hill married Mabel Read. They have:

    529-1-10 1 Doris Hill married Dr. Eric R. Osterberg of East Orange on July 11, 1946. They have two children:

    531-1-10 3. Ruth Hill married Stanley W Allen Jr., of West Orange on September 16, 1945. They have:

    Jean Hill married Wallace E. Travers of Morristown on October 29 1950 End of this Line to Dec. 6, 1949

    Sub Branch Eleven

    We will now take you back again , this time only one hundred and thirty-eight years; back to the time of Michael and his second wife, Mary Vass. They were married October 16, 1813. She was a widow with four children. Two of them are accounted for elsewhere in this work; of ther other two we have no records. In Armstrong's history he says there were no other records, but I have found them so here they are:

    13-11-1 Mahala Wildrick (3) was born July 3, 1811 and died at Hope, N.J. on June 20, 1899. She was buried in the Moravian Cemetert at Hope. She was the eleventh child of Michael and the first child by his second wife. She was married three times; first to a Mr. Leida (no issue) then to an Adams by whom she had:

    Mahala's third marriage was to George Cool. They had one son:

    End of this Sub Branch

    Sub Branch Twelve

    We next take up the twelfth branch of Michael:

    14-12-1 Charlotte Wildrick married Nelson Crisman on July 4, 1838. They settled at the Briar Patch (as it was then known) a small town near Scranton. No further records.

    Sub Branch Thirteen

    The thirteenth branch of Michael:

    15-13-1 George Washington Wildrick born April 5, 1817, and died near Hope in 1896. He married Hanna Rebecca Hartman. They had no children of ther own but raised the childrn of his half sister Rachel Wildrick Hartman. He inherited the old homestead farm near Marksboro. This he finally sold to James Blair. Then he rented a farm near Delaware, and afterwards bought at farm at the foot of Jenny Jump Mountain on Hope-Great Meadows road. He died there in 1896. He and his wife are buried in the Moravian cemetery at Hope.

    For information on the above go back to Rachel Wildrick, 11-1-9 (3) numbers 477-1-9. 1 and 482-1-9 2. and follow through.

    Writers's note: It will appear as if I had overlooked three sub-branches of Michael's. But I did not, as these left no records, only what is given in the short sketches at the beginning of the book. Their numbers are : 8-1-6 (3); 9-1-7 (3) and 10-1-8 (3)

    THE END

    The Indexes

    Names

    (Larrison), Catreen
    2
    (Vass), Eliza Ann
    23
    ?, Catherine
    1
    ?, Jane
    43
    ?, Lavinia
    338
    ?, Magdelina
    5
    Adams
    6 362
    Adams, John
    362
    Adams, Mary Jane
    183 188
    Albert, Amy
    241
    Albert, Clara
    241 242
    Albert, Samuel Ramsey
    241
    Albertson, Sarah
    326
    Albright, John
    34
    Alexander, Martha
    57
    Allen, Diane Ruth
    359
    Allen, Mr.
    51
    Allen, Patricia Gail
    359
    Allen, Stanley W
    359
    Allen, Stanley W.
    359
    Allison, Dorothy
    50
    Alpaugh, Mary
    64
    Alpaugh, Nathan
    64
    Altermus, Philip
    184
    Anderson, Amos
    251
    Anderson, Ann Eliza
    8
    Armstrong, Edward
    163
    Armstrong, George Wildrick
    129
    Armstrong, Nathan
    11 64
    Armstrong, Richard Turner
    129
    Armstrong, Thomas B.
    163
    Armstrong, William C.
    17
    Arndt, Mr.
    343
    Auble, Robert
    340
    Austin, Charles
    94
    Ayers, Catheryn
    258
    Ayers, Gladys
    336
    Ayers, Nelson E.
    258 336
    Ayre, Elizbeth
    129
    Ayres, Catherine
    336
    Ayres, John Stanley
    336
    Ayres, Louis
    336
    Bailey, Elizabeth Wildrick
    124 125
    Bailey, Fannie D.
    311
    Bailey, Fannie Dill
    313
    Bailey, Fletcher
    311
    Bailey, Floyd A.
    311
    Bailey, Floyd Aten
    312
    Bailey, John M.
    123
    Bailey, Letticia
    123
    Bailey, Mary
    217 235
    Bailey, Thomas Fisher
    123
    Baily, Grace
    136
    Baker, Albert James
    276
    Baker, James Holloway
    276
    Barackman, Paul Freeman
    60
    Barackman, Samel P.
    60
    Barackman, Samual
    52
    Barber, Floyd
    268
    Bardwell, Edna
    271
    Bardwell, Floyd
    271
    Bardwell, Forest
    271
    Barenther, Adolph Augustus
    63
    Barenther, Augustus
    63
    Barrett, Ella Johnson
    95
    Bartow, Carl Wildrick
    72 77
    Bartow, George Edward
    64 72 76
    Bartow, Johnson
    216
    Bartow, Lillian May
    72 75
    Bartow, Mary Lucinda
    72 78
    Bartow, Nettie
    316
    Bartow, Robert Neal
    76
    Bartow, Walter Milroy
    72 76
    Battey, Belle O'Driscoll
    94 104
    Beach, Bertha L.
    158
    Beach, James
    147
    Bebee, Harriet
    55
    Beck, Jane
    354
    Bedell, Amelia S.
    131
    Beeman
    204 212
    Beers, Howard Hobart
    281
    Bell, Clarence H.
    321
    Bell, Josephine
    216
    Bell, Kesiah
    239
    Bell, Keziah
    215 219 246
    Bell, Louise
    266
    Bell, Margaret
    216
    Bender
    212
    Bensel, Caryl
    94
    Bensel, James B.
    94
    Bensel, Mary L. (Campbell)
    94
    Bercoe, Orville M.
    61
    Bescher, John
    352
    Biley, Lillie Mae
    312
    Billow, Clyde Myron
    315
    Blair, Carl Elliott
    55
    Blair, Charles C.
    54 55
    Blair, Clare LeRoy
    56
    Blair, Harry Wilfred
    56
    Blair, Herbert H.
    56
    Blair, Howard Melvin
    55
    Blair, James
    172 365
    Blair, Jane
    61
    Blair, John I.
    34 35 37
    Blair, Mildred Adella
    56
    Blair, Norman Elliott
    56
    Blair, Robert
    55
    Blair, Wilfred T.
    54
    Blair, Winfred Thene
    56
    Blakeslee, Charles
    195
    Blakeslee, Thurston
    195
    Bless, James
    101
    Bless, Julia
    101
    Block, Beatrice
    94 104
    Bogart, Sarah Ann
    339
    Bottorf, Charles I
    90
    Brackman, David Logan
    60
    Brands, Anna
    326
    Brands, Dorothy
    5 321 338
    Brands, Jabez G.
    326 337
    Brands, Jacob
    321
    Brands, Jane Vesta
    337
    Brands, Jessie Gwinnup
    337
    Brands, Lillian Swayze
    337
    Brands, William John
    337
    Brisker, Peter
    27
    Brown, Isaac
    45
    Brown, Sarah A.
    282
    Brown, Tirzah
    321
    Bunnell, John
    35
    Burdge, Elizabeth
    253
    Burdge, Olive
    278
    Burger, Della
    197
    Burger, Ethel
    197
    Burger, Howard Eugene
    197
    Burger, John H.
    197
    Burt, Jennie Helen
    141
    Burt, Rev.
    141
    Bush, Clara
    193
    Bush, Dorothy Jean
    193
    Bush, Franklin Herbert
    193
    Bush, George
    193
    Bush, George Harmon
    193
    Bush, Grace
    193
    Bush, Margaret
    193
    Bush, Rollin
    193
    Buskirk, William
    184
    Carroll, Michael F.
    139
    Cassidy, Alanson
    291
    Cassidy, Margaret
    296 308
    Chalmess, Lucy Stevens
    161
    Chamberlain, Enos
    341
    Chamberlin, Susan Louise
    221
    Chanberlain, Benjamin C.
    42
    Cherret, Alice Marie
    296
    Cherretta, Alice
    297
    Christian, Abigail
    64
    Christian, Alfred
    64
    Christian, Ambrose
    64
    Christian, Archiband
    64
    Christian, Delilah
    250
    Clay, Henry
    28
    Clifford, Alberta
    244
    Clift, Emma Jane
    58
    Clift, Mabel F.
    58 59
    Clift, William Harry
    58
    Clymer, Jacob
    186
    Clymer, John
    186
    Clymer, Louise
    186
    Clymer, William
    183 186
    Cochran, Dennis
    158
    Cochran, Phebe Elizabeth
    158
    Cockran, Phebe E.
    157
    Cole, Elsie May
    225
    Cole, Irene
    225
    Cole, Samuel
    225
    Cole, Thomas
    53
    Cook, Harry A.
    295
    Cook, Hiram F.
    295
    Cook, Matilda
    215
    Cooke, Adonis A
    331
    Cooke, Betty
    243
    Cooke, Candace Ann
    334
    Cooke, Carol Ann
    335
    Cooke, Consider
    217
    Cooke, Donald A
    331
    Cooke, Donald
    244
    Cooke, Edward David
    334
    Cooke, Edward T.
    242
    Cooke, Elizabeth Ann
    331
    Cooke, Floyd
    242 244
    Cooke, Frances
    242
    Cooke, Francis
    245
    Cooke, Lavina
    164
    Cooke, Matilda
    217
    Cooke, Robert M.
    331
    Cooke, Robert Milton
    335
    Cooke, Russell
    242 243
    Cooke, Sandra Marie
    335
    Cooke, Simeon
    35
    Cooke, W. Edward
    331
    Cooke, Walter
    331
    Cooke, Walter Edward
    334
    Cool
    6
    Cool, Araminta
    363
    Cool, George
    363
    Cool, James Pl
    363
    Cooper, Eulalia
    217
    Cooper, Eulilia
    237
    Coppersmith, Eugene
    317
    Coursen, Gilbert
    253
    Coursen, Howard
    253
    Coursen, John
    253
    Coursen, Morris
    52
    Coursen, Walter
    253
    Courtright, Ellen
    343
    Cowell, Ida Frances
    224
    Cowell, John E.
    224
    Cowell, Marvin Jason Wildrick
    224
    Cowell, Orie W.
    224
    Cox, Samuel
    344
    Cramer, Charles
    275
    Cramer, Gilbert
    275
    Crawford, Chalres Albert
    98
    Crawford, Edith
    100
    Crawford, Edith Aurelia
    98
    Crawford, Mary Mitchell
    98
    Creamer, Mary Elizabeth
    310
    Crisman, Catherine
    320
    Crisman, Doris Elizabeth
    234
    Crisman, Frank S
    234
    Crisman, Harley Edward
    234
    Crisman, Isaac
    34
    Crisman, Nelson
    6 172 364
    Crisman, Olive Eloise
    234 238
    Crocker
    212
    Crockett, Davy
    24
    Crockett, George
    12 24
    Crockett, Jula Wildrick
    157
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    55
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    Dorothy
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    93
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    59
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    53
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    54
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    54
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    54
    Elliott, Vertie E.
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    287
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    10
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    278
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    278
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    343
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    201
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    281
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    43
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    259
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    259
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    22
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    52
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    52
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    120
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    120
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    52
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    120
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    120
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    57
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    52
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    52
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    51
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    52
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    52
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    120
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    52
    Freeman, Kerr
    92
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    52 53
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    60
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    58
    Freeman, Phebe. J.
    52
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    105
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    97
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    220
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    220
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    42
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    Groner, Rebecca
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    Groner, Sarah
    288 289 355
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    7
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    82
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    46
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    344
    Hartman, Charles
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    340
    Hartman, David Wildrick
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    343
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    344
    Hartman, George Washington
    341
    Hartman, George Wildrick
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    352
    Hartman, Levi
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    342
    Hartman, Marie
    340
    Hartman, Mary Ann
    342
    Hartman, Minnie
    343
    Hartman, Myron
    344
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    Hartman, Rebecca
    6
    Hartman, Sarah
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    341
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    4 171
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    7
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    196
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    7
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    7
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    7
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    69
    Hendershot, James Earl
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    Hendershot, Orestes Martin
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    Hendershot, Raymond Vernon
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    Hendershot, Victor Orestes
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    189
    Herd, Howard
    189
    Herd, Lucinda
    189 193
    Herd, Margaret Ruth
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    Herd, Mary
    189
    Herd, Rachel
    190
    Herd, Robert
    190
    Herd, Robert B.
    189
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    190
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    316
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    Hibler, Marshall S.
    165
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    165
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    354
    Hill, Betty Lou
    357
    Hill, Catherine
    354
    Hill, David
    215 216
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    358
    Hill, Doris G.
    357
    Hill, Edward
    216
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    354
    Hill, Elizabeth
    216
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    355
    Hill, Gertrude R.
    356
    Hill, Gideon L.
    355
    Hill, Harold B.
    356 357
    Hill, Ira
    216
    Hill, Isaac
    354 356
    Hill, Isadora
    216
    Hill, Jean
    357 360
    Hill, John
    289 354
    Hill, Jonathan
    216
    Hill, Joseph
    354
    Hill, Julia Ann
    82
    Hill, Martha
    216
    Hill, Milton
    333
    Hill, Robert
    289 354 355
    Hill, Ruth
    357 359
    Hill, Sarah
    354
    Hindebrant, Jehiel
    263
    Hindershot, Clara Melissa
    276
    Hinkle, Fannie
    286
    Hinkle, Gertrude
    286 287
    Hinkle, Laura
    286
    Hinkle, William
    286
    Hite, Alice
    46
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    44
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    314
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    216
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    251
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    257
    Howell, Marcella V.
    356
    Howell, Martha J.
    345
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    257
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    255
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    42
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    35
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    160
    Hulshiser, Clara A.
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    Hulshiser, William Henry
    162
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    212
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    158
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    131
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    312
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    312
    Irving, Robert
    312
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    284
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    284
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    243
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    307
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    307
    Jennings, William
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    94
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    131
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    131
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    35
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    18
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    290
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    61
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    61
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    75
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    231
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    43
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    71
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    15 83
    Jones, William
    43
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    Jr, Jacob Maring
    329
    Jr., Harold Austin Wildrick
    153
    Jr., Herman Preston Wildrick
    70
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    89
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    191
    Kerrick, Eugene
    191
    Kerrick, Howard
    191
    Kerrick, Ruth Herd
    191
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    240
    Ketcham, Samuel
    240
    Ketcham, Thomas
    240
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    Kinney, Willard
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    46
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    46
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    Kishpaugh, Edith Mary
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    Kishpaugh, Edith May
    46
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    46
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    46
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    Kishpaugh, John
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    Kishpaugh, John Milton
    350
    Kishpaugh, Martin
    46
    Kishpaugh, Mary Celia
    46 47
    Kishpaugh, Theresa Ann
    48
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    46
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    66
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    66
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    66
    Kiskadden, Ted
    66
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    66
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    252
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    38
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    22
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    34
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    64
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    320
    Kostenbader, Clayton Leland
    316 320
    Kostenbader, Dayton
    319
    Kostenbader, Dayton Lea
    316
    Kostenbader, Edith
    316 318
    Kostenbader, Helen Margaret
    317
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    316
    Kostenbader, John Milton
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    Kostenbader, Mabel C.
    316
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    317
    Kostenbader, Shirley
    320
    Kostenbader, Walton Bower
    316 317
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    43
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    43
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    79
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    79
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    Lanterman, Peter
    35
    Lanterman, William
    34 64
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    8
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    8
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    8
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    8
    Larrison, Lawrence
    8
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    8
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    83
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    34
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    34
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    47
    Lee
    97
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    Leida
    6
    Leida, Mr.
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    Lentz, Carl Wildrick
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    Lentz, Hulda Wildrick
    127
    Lentz, Huldah Wildrick
    126
    Lentz, Linda Karen
    126
    Lentz, Wilhelmina
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    45
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    294
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    294
    Lewis, Fred
    194
    Lewis, John E.
    294
    Lewis, William
    294
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    64
    Linn, Sarah Loretta
    65
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    17 128
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    129
    Lundy, Johnathan
    129
    Lundy, Julia Ann
    129
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    196
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    246
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    174
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    231
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    321
    Maring, Marilyn
    329
    Marksboro
    172
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    184
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    237
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    220
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    98
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    254
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    254
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    93
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    54
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    255
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    255
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    97
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    63
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    96
    Metz, Edna Gertrude
    65
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    346
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    227
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    227
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    22
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    22
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    10
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    304
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    256
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    57
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    153
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    279
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    96
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    119
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    166
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    166
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    166
    Morrow, William Thomas
    166
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    67
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    67
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    65
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    67
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    60
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    Mowery, Dorothy
    262
    Mowery, Edward
    262
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    262
    Mowery, John
    262
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    262
    Mowery, Marie
    262
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    64
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    41
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    94
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    98
    Newcomb, Warren Putnam
    98
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    55
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    55
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    146
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    208
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    108
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    227
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    318
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    318
    Osmun, Evelyn
    318
    Osmun, Orton
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    Osmun, Vivian
    318
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    Osterberg, Lois Ann
    358
    Osterberg, Lynn Alice
    358
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    75
    Palmatier, Rae
    75
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    75
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    236
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    220
    Park, Estella M.
    220
    Park, John Wildrick
    220
    Park, Josiah
    220
    Park, Mary Elizabeth
    220
    Park, Matilda
    220
    Park, Rachel
    220
    Park, Rose
    220 228
    Park, Samuel Green
    215 220
    Park, Susan
    220
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    52
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    Patterson, Dorothy Jayne
    62
    Patterson, Jayne
    61
    Patterson, John LeRoy
    62
    Patterson, Mary Louise
    62
    Patterson, Thomas
    61
    Patterson, Thomas LeRoy
    61 62
    Patterson, Thomas Oliver
    61
    Peterson, Marion L.
    154
    Pitt, Floyd Wildrick
    328
    Pitt, George Edward
    328
    Pitt, George Francis
    328
    Plumbly, Francis L.
    193
    Poff, Edith
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    Porter, George A.
    192
    Porter, Harry Wray
    192
    Porter, Robert
    192
    Porter, Sarah
    192
    Potts, Anna
    323
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    301
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    255
    Purdy
    212
    Purdy, Lem
    208
    Pyles, Celia
    328
    Raub, Carrie D
    329
    Read, Mabel
    357
    Read, Ruth Ann
    327
    Read, Samuel C
    327
    Reading, Alexander
    39
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    98
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    264
    Right, Anna
    247
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    Riten
    52
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    45
    Savercool, Euphemia Ann
    45
    Savercool, Mary L
    45
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    Saxe, Mary
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    339
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    283
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    198
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    198
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    198
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    198
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    198
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    78
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    9
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    216
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    138
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    138 139
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    138
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    64
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    283
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    273
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    164
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    312
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    253
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    62
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    323
    Smith, Anna Eliza
    130 339
    Smith, Anna Elizabeth
    133
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    Youmans, Esek DeWitt
    163
    Youmans, Floyd D.
    136
    Youmans, Floyd Dewitt
    135
    Youmans, Harold
    136
    Youmans, Helen J.
    135 137
    Youmans, Susan Elizabeth
    64 68
    Youmans, William McGee
    135
    Young
    157
    Young, James
    339
    Young, Sarah
    157
    Young, Silas
    157
    Younges, Susan
    21
    Zaboski, Stella
    348

    Places

    Alabama
    118
    Alentown
    194
    Allamuchy
    17
    Ambler
    153
    Andover
    70 142
    Annadale
    316
    Appomattox
    97 114
    Athens
    212
    Avon By the Sea
    330
    Baltimore
    76 118
    Bamberg
    92 122
    Bangor
    252
    Bass Lake
    303
    Bavaria
    1 110 122
    Baveria
    92
    Beach Haven
    286
    Bear Creek
    196
    Belgium
    98
    Belle Plaines
    342
    Belmar
    233
    Belvidere
    23 108
    Berwick
    285
    Bethlehem
    330
    Blair Hall
    28 96
    Blairstown
    1 15 23 31 33 35 39 42 64 68 79 80 85 92 93 94 97 108 111 115 122 138 139 163 170 266 303 319
    Blakeslee
    188 197
    Boone
    208
    Boston
    94 338
    Briar Patch
    178 364
    Bridgeville
    266
    Brookline
    126
    Brooklyn
    94 168
    Buffalo
    338
    Buttzville
    217 231 323
    California
    97 295
    Camp Sheridan
    118
    Center Moreland
    267 268
    Centreville
    234
    Chancellorsville
    92 107 108
    Chicago
    59 98
    City of London
    251
    Colorado
    81
    Columbia
    141
    Compton
    166
    Connecticut
    94 98
    Crawford County
    51 52 64
    Cuba
    117
    Cumberland
    65
    Cummins Lake
    267
    Datona Beach
    126
    Delaware
    102 172 365
    Delaware Water Gap
    26
    Des Moines
    208 212
    Dixon
    194
    Dover
    45 134 149 161 264
    East Bangor
    256
    East Orange
    358
    Easton
    282 293 343
    Ebenezer
    74 249 266 326 327 328 330 344
    Elmira
    131
    Endicott
    204 212
    England
    251
    Erie County
    67
    Espeyville
    61
    Espeyville Station
    52
    Espyville
    51 52 54 56
    Feebletown
    257
    Flemington
    263
    Florida
    126
    Fort Benning
    100
    Fort Bragg
    99
    Fort Constitution
    98
    Fort Hamilton
    94 96 104
    Fort Leavenworth
    117
    Fort Mahone
    97 114
    Fort Monroe
    104 117
    Fort Murry
    169
    Fort Schuyler
    94
    Fort Totten
    96
    Fort Wadsworth
    94 95 116
    Fort Williams
    98
    Fortress Monroe
    96
    France
    115 117 118 222
    Franklin Furnace
    158
    Fredon
    47
    Frelinghuysen Township
    249
    Friends Yard
    129
    Georgia
    100
    Germantown
    152
    Germany
    1 92 110 122 189 321
    Glenside
    153
    Glenside Park
    126
    Glover's Pond
    128
    Gouldsboro
    26 186
    Governor's Island
    98
    Great Meadows
    157 235
    Greendell
    165
    Greenville
    58
    Greenwich
    98
    Hackettstown
    93 164 167 220 228 255 278 320
    Hadden Heights
    44
    Hainsburg
    351
    Hampton
    100 316
    Hardwick
    23 39 46
    Hardwick Township
    82
    Harmony
    120 256 339
    Hartford
    94
    Hartsdale
    94
    Hartstown
    65 66
    Hawaii
    104 117
    Highland
    204 212
    Hinesburg
    256
    Homet's Ferry
    200
    Homets Ferry
    201 202
    Honolulu
    104
    Hope
    6 11 64 80 109 159 170 172 174 179 217 218 236 243 249 250 253 257 260 266 273 290 293 307 310 311 316 317 351 362 365
    Hope Township
    252
    Huntington
    120 123 125
    Hyde Park
    94
    Illinois
    59 61 98 194
    Indiana
    58
    Indianapolis
    58
    Iowa
    65 208 212 328 342
    Irvington
    330
    Ithaca
    182 212
    Japan
    106
    Jenny Jump Mountain
    172 365
    Johnsonburg
    167 251
    Johsonburg
    129
    Joplin
    149
    Kansas
    117
    Kerr's Corners
    11
    Kinsman
    52
    Knowlton
    234 245
    Knowlton Township
    363
    Knoxville
    95
    Lafayette
    253
    Le Raysville
    212
    Linesville
    52 55 58 64 65
    Los Angeles
    295
    Luzerne County
    29
    Lynhurst
    45
    Maine
    98
    Manila
    96
    Manlius
    94
    Mansfield
    98
    Maplewood
    160
    Marksboro
    1 9 12 18 22 25 27 28 39 42 46 51 83 84 92 107 110 122 129 141 143 148 157 158 164 171 174 176 321 322 353 365
    Maryland
    76 192
    Massachusetts
    120 126 338
    Massachussetts
    94
    Meadville
    53 59 60 61
    Medham
    120
    Michigan
    142 321
    Middletown
    42
    Missouri
    53 149
    Monroe County
    26 330
    Montgomery
    118
    Morristown
    27 360
    Mountain Top
    283
    Mt. Freedom
    85
    Mt. Hermon
    94 109 216 315
    Nazareth
    321
    Neola
    198
    Nescopeck
    282 286
    Netcong
    227 343
    New Hampshire
    98
    New Jersey
    1 6 7 9 23 27 28 29 42 44 45 46 47 49 51 52 64 69 70 71 72 73 74 81 83 85 87 91 92 93 94 107 108 109 110 120 122 126 128 129 130 134 135 138 141 142 145 146 148 150 157 158 159 160 162 163 164 165 166 169 172 179 200 201 215 217 219 220 223 227 228 231 233 234 235 237 245 249 251 253 256 259 261 263 264 266 278 282 293 303 315 316 320 330 338 349 356 362
    New Mexico
    40 42
    New Wilmington
    52
    New York
    10 60 69 73 92 94 95 104 109 131 157 168 182 204 212 316 338
    New York City
    51 89
    New York State
    186
    Newark
    80 81 85 92 93 101 107 122 126 143 145 146 148 150 330
    Newton
    108 157 158 162 166 294
    North Carolina
    99
    North Girard
    67
    North Shenango
    61
    North Shenango Township
    52
    Northampton
    120
    Oakland
    192
    Ocean City
    44
    Ohio
    52 98
    Orange
    85 87 91
    Oshkosh
    63
    Oxford
    179 259 322 323
    Panama Canal Zone
    358
    Paris
    61
    Paterson
    49 141 338
    Pen Argyl
    252
    Pennsylvania
    6 25 29 42 43 51 52 53 54 56 58 60 61 63 64 65 66 67 72 92 110 120 121 123 125 152 153 158 166 172 175 178 180 184 186 188 189 191 193 194 196 197 198 200 201 202 204 212 213 249 251 252 256 266 267 268 282 283 285 286 287 293 297 298 302 321 329 338 343
    Petersburg
    97 114
    Philadelphia
    120 158
    Phillipines
    117
    Phillipsburg
    223 237 253
    Pierson's Corner
    64
    Pittsburg
    58
    Plattsburg
    118
    Pocono Lake
    193
    Pontiac
    142
    Port Oram
    159
    Portland
    329 330
    Powder Glen
    283
    Prospect Hall
    15 27 92 108
    Prospect Hill
    170
    Rahway
    71
    Reeder
    330
    Richmond
    97 108 251
    Rochester
    316
    Ruowlton
    163
    Salsburg Center
    73
    Sand Hook
    130
    Sandy Hook
    39
    Saylorsville
    184
    Sayre
    297
    Scranton
    72 92 120 121 172 338 364
    Shiloh
    250 256
    Short Hills
    126
    Silver Lake
    252 331
    Slatington
    42 43
    Somerville
    142
    Spring Hill
    204
    Spring Valley
    82
    Squiers Corner
    39
    St. Louis
    53 63
    St. Vith
    98
    Staten Island
    92 95
    Stewartsville
    157
    Stillwater
    1 7 9 38 69 339
    Stoddardsville
    189
    Stoddarsville
    191
    Stoddartsville
    175
    Stroudsburg
    249 266
    Susquehanna County
    178
    Sussex
    135
    Sussex County
    1 158 253
    Switzerland
    157
    Syracuse
    10
    Tennessee
    95
    Townsbury
    215
    Union Brick
    129
    Union City
    72
    Utah
    97
    Vail
    349
    Vienna
    258 356
    Virginia
    96 100 104 108 117
    Wallnut Valley
    354
    Walpackon
    357
    Wapwallopen
    282 285
    Warren County
    31 32 51 79 94 107 109 116 215 219 266
    Warwick
    157 158
    Washington
    96 98 103
    Washingtonville
    69
    Washinton
    261
    Weehawken
    73
    West New York
    60 64
    West Orange
    359
    West Point
    92 94 95 96 106
    Wharton
    157
    Wildrick's Grove
    236
    Wilkes-Barre
    286 287 293 298
    Williamsburg
    63
    Wilmington
    102
    Wisconsin
    63 183
    Wyalusing
    213
    Wyoming Co.
    302
    Yellow Frame
    25 129 131 163


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