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. Andrew Terpack was born 1870 in Poland, and died 1956 in Howell Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was buried in St Peter and Paul Russian Orthodox Church, Greek Catholic Church, South River NJ. He was the son of 2. Michaelis Tyrpak and 3. Mariae Unknown. He married Maria Holowacz aka Holovak, daughter of Andreas Holowacz and Martha Pawlyk. She was born in Poland,1878 and died 1929 in Howell Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She was buried in St. Peter and Paul Russian Orthodox, Greek Catholic Church, South River, NJ.
2. Michaelis Tyrpak was born UNKNOWN, and died Deceased.
3. Mariae Unknown was born UNKNOWN, and died Deceased.
Children of Mariae Unknown and Michaelis Tyrpak are:1.
i. Andrew Terpack was born 1870 in Poland, and died 1956 in Howell Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He married Maria Halovak, daughter of Andreas Holowacz and Martha Pawlyk. She was born in 1878 in Poland, and died 1929 in Howell Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
ii. Rosalia Terpak was born UNKNOWN in Poland, and died Deceased in Scranton, Pennsylvania. She married Unknown Evans. He was born UNKNOWN, and died Deceased in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
I'm sure there must be more children but these are all that I have so far.
We were told this story.He was an orphan.He was born Maxwell Langer in 1890, but changed his name to Fred Lange when he came to this country. He died as Fred Lange in 1963 in Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey.He was a Top Notch German Chef.
However on his marriage certificate, from St. Peter's Church, Lexington ave and 54th street. It says:
Max Fred Lange
born in Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany
Son of: Joseph Lange and Anna Plewnia
married on Feburary 14 1915
Freida Wilhelmine Kuhlmann
Born in Verden, Hanover, Germany
Daughter of: Henirich(?) Friedrich Kuhlmann and Meta Margaretha Brand
We are searching for any of his siblings or anyone who might know anything about Joseph Lange or Langer and Anna Plewnia.
Freida Wilhelmine Kuhlmann,aka Mae Kuhlmann,born 1893 in Verden, Hanover, Germany, died 1960 in Monmouth County New Jersey, was the daughter of Friedrich Kuhlmann and Meta Margaretha Brand.
She married Max Fred Lange (aka Langer in Germany)b. 1890 d. 1963, on 14 Feb 1915 in St Peters Church, Lexington Ave and 54th street New York.
The witnesses were Frieda Glenewski and Ernest Bohn.
I am searching for information on Freida Wilhelmine's parents.They were Friedrich Kuhlmann and Meta Margaretha Brand. How many children did they have? Who were their parents?
My Genealogy Journey
I am a senior citizen today but this journey began when I was 12 years old and had been given a homework assignment to trace our family tree.
My Dad had a vast knowledge of his ancestors, so I was a very lucky little girl. He was actually happy to hear that I wanted more than just names. He took me to the graves of our ancestors', just as he had been taken by those who came before. He told me all that he knew, from stories told to him, about each one. He said, " You can be proud of your heritage, our family helped form this country." I stood in awe as I read and copied the information on the monuments. I was astounded! Even at 12 years of age, I realized that I was looking at not only the history of my family, but also the history of the early formation of our country.
I got an A on that homework assignment but I gained much more than that . Those trips with my Dad taught me respect of my heritage and the history of this nation. That in turn sparked a love of history and genealogy that has lasted a lifetime.
It opened many new experiences. I joined Historical Societies and I became active in historical research not only for myself but also for our town, Adelphia, Howell Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
It became clear that the newcomers to the area knew nothing of the historical importance of our area. They wanted to do away with the names our ancestors had given to the sections of Howell Twps in which they lived and it was on the agenda of the Township Committee. The old timers were outraged and they came to me because they knew I loved history. These sections were called by name in books and legal documents. They were of great historical value. Howell Twps had a history of which it could be proud, but no one would ever find it if they took away the section names. The old timers joined together and we challenged the township committee. We presented to them the history of our little sections. State and National records documented our facts. Our township made National news when United Press International picked up the story. Our battle ended in victory.
The newcomers to the area had not been aware of our history and they wanted to preserve it also. Democrat and Republican Parties joined together and objected to the resolution. The resolution of the township committee was rescinded. This action caused the Republican Party of Howell Twps to ask me to run on their ticket for the office of County Committeeman District 2. I accepted and won and was a County Committe member for several years until I resigned because I married a man who was a township clerk and court clerk. At that time it was illegal for the spouse of a court clerk to hold an elected political position. I believe that law has now changed.
My love of history has been the reason I have done volunteer work on the State and National level. I have served as Public Relations Chairman for the Battleground Historical Society for our Battle Of Monmouth parade. I have served as Howell Twps representative to the state for the Bi Centennial. In 1976 I wrote the publicity releases for our Bi-Centennial Celebration that drew 250,000 people to Monmouth County, New Jersey.
Our farm was used to shelter some of the people who would take part in the re-enactment of the Battle Of Monmouth that took place at the actual battleground in the new state park.
When water and sewer lines were put thru Howell Twps I poured over maps and walked with county and state officials to mark areas of historical importance, especially cemeteries, so that the utmost care would be taken to protect them for future generations.
My research ability, learned as a result of my genealogy research, has been put to good use for the last 5 years. I am a volunteer search angel that, with the good wishes and co-operation of the adoptive parents, has helped to reunite adoptees with their birth families. This has healed many hearts.
All of the above actually started with a homework assignment that opened my eyes to the importance of history.
In those early days, we didn't have copying machines. They simply did not exist. Everything had to be hand written. These were also the days before air conditioning in summer and modern heating methods in winter. Heating was done by coal furnaces. It was either very, very hot and stuffy in the warm months or my hands would be so cold that it was difficult to write in winter months.
I spent hours laboring by writing out wills, deeds and any legal documents that I could find in Halls Of Records, State Archives, Surrogates Offices, churches and cemeteries. I tracked down and hounded the elderly family members for more information. They gave me the leads and I followed thru on the information. Those leads took me through cornfields, hayfields, swamps, caves, abandoned towns (haunted houses) and many long abandoned cemeteries. Streams and brooks presented problems. If a log was available I would walk the log. If it wasn't too deep and was warm enough, I would wade through and on many occasions I would swing on wild grapevines to reach the other side. I have been chased by dogs, heifers, geese, snakes, bees and spiders. All this to locate old mills, old houses, old private cemeteries and old trails. I LOVED EVERY MINUTE!
When I married and had children, they became a part of the search team. Today they jokingly tell people that their playgrounds were cemeteries when they were little. They learned to ride their bikes on the roads in the Adelphia Cemetery while their Mom searched the tombstones and planted flowers. I started the flower planting at 12 years of age. Those flowers have since spread all over the cemetery. That cemetery is beautiful in the spring because of those plantings. It wasn't a bad thing. My children were brought up to respect the resting place of their ancestors. They visit and take care of the graves of not only our ancestors, but any grave they notice that looks like there is no family left to care for it. I'm very proud of them for doing that. One of my daughters even has a side business of caring for graves. She is meticulous in her care.
All of these papers were stored in a trunk. In the trunk were boxes that separated the various lines.
I never drew any charts or made any written explanation. That info was locked into my mind and heart and I had satisfied my own curiosity about my lineage. Nobody at the time seemed interested except my oldest sibling. We shared information and did a lot of leg work together. We even went to New York searching. We were happy with what we were doing but figured that we were probably the only ones who would ever see it. After all, who would be interested in our line except us? As I got older, I began to realize that there were a lot of other people out there searching the same lines. For example, my other siblings, cousins and a lot of people that I didn't even know. My sister and I began sharing our info with relatives or people who asked us. It was very difficult because everything had to be handwritten.
Then came the days of a copying machine. WOW what an advantage! We could now happily share our stuff.
Still the stuff sat in boxes in the trunk only to be taken out when someone contacted me. I began wondering what would happen to all that stuff when I left this earth? Would my kids be interested in it? Would a historical society want it? I wished there was someway I could share it with more people.
Then the computer was invented. I knew little about it, only that towns and businesses had them. I had no idea of what cyber space was all about.
My oldest daughter bought a Web TV and showed me what you could do with it. I had to have one.
I was amazed when I saw genealogy pages on there. It took me four years to figure out how to make a web page. I put out a call to my siblings and told them I wanted to make a web page on the family. We each had been searching on our own all these years. We came together for this project. Each gathered their info and sent it. I contacted cousins and they sent the info they had. It was a fun project. I made the page but ran out of space and couldn't put all that I wanted to put. I wanted so badly to put my info on roots web. I could not figure out how to do it with my web tv. I gave up.
Then my cousin Nancy asked me, "how can you do what you want to do with a web tv?" I explained that I couldn't. I hoped that she or one of the younger family members would someday put it on Roots Web and World Connect. Nancy contacted me and told me to expect a package from UPS. I thought she was sending me some family research or documentation that she had found. The next thing I knew a brand new Dell computer was delivered by UPS. I thought they had the wrong house but my name was on the box. It was from Nancy. I was overwhelmed with gratitude but didn't have the slightest idea of how to even turn it on. I called Nancy and told her that I didn't know how to use a real computer. Her answer " I have full confidence that you will learn." I didn't know what to do. I didn't want to disappoint this young lady that out of the kindness of her heart, had just spent all this money on me. I called my daughter and she said, " Mom, the smartest person I know in the area is your neighbor, Larry Newcomb"
I knew Larry. He had helped me straighten out my Web TV problems. Everybody in the area knows and loves Larry and his family. They are good neighbors. They are always there for you if you need help. I called Larry and he came over that very night and hooked it up. He began showing me how to work it I was amazed and scared at the same time. I thought I would never be able to work the thing. Through his teaching and Nancy's constant encouragement, I began to learn. I am eternally grateful to both of them.
I told Larry about my dream of having a genealogy page on Roots Web so that my family's history could be shared with others. I explained that I didn't know how to do it and that I was just too old to figure it out. He told me he would help me. I couldn't sleep that night. I was so excited.
My youngest daughter bought me a Family Tree maker as a gift and I began putting in the names. Larry came over and through his magic my family tree appeared on Roots Web. MY DREAM HAD COME TRUE! I, with tears in my eyes, saw my Dad's and Mom's history on the internet. This would never have been possible without Larry. I will NEVER, EVER forget this young man and his kindness and patience with me. He is locked into my heart and prayers forever.
As you can see many people have helped me. I am very lucky to have such wonderful family members and friends.
I have no doubt there will be corrections that will have to be made. Where possible I documented my information. However, a lot of info was based on oral interviews with people in our line who shared what they knew about family and their notes from family bibles. It isn't easy putting all this together. If you tell me of a mistake, I will happily correct it.
I can only say ,I've done the best I can in this neat detective work we call genealogy.
My dream has come true.
OUR NAME IS ERRICKSON
THE FAMILY OF ANDREW AND MABEL ERRICKSON, DEDICATED PARENTS WHO DID ALL WITHIN THEIR POWER TO MAKE LIFE EASIER FOR THEIR CHILDREN
THE LEGACY OF THE ERRICKSON NAME
They came in ships, losing loved ones on the way, to a new land.a land that was undeveloped and raw.A land that to them meant FREEDOM and NEW BEGINNINGS.
They carved their homes and villages out of nothing.
This ERRICKSON family has among it's ancestery the earliest settlers of the United States Of America
Roots that began in Mass then migrated to Rhode Island, New York, and New Jersey ,also roots that began in Delaware, now extend all over the United States.
It is a family steeped in the history of the developement and early formation of this country.Their names appear on the earliest papers and documents stored in archives across the United States.
A NEW Land-- from which they cut the trees to build their shelter --, cleared the land--, and turned the earth to plant their seeds for their very survival.They hunted the woods and fished the waters to nourish their bodies.
Our early ancestors struggling with hunger,disease, persecution,and wars, kept their eyes on one target.FREEDOM.
ONE NATION UNDER GOD
They built the fulling mills, grist mills, saw mills,and then towns began to spring up around these mills.Others began to come to this new land.
As more and more people came, it was clear that laws had to be made.They were a part of writing the laws and enforcing them, in the many small towns across the nation.
Yes ,we ERRICKSON'S have earned our way Our forefathers produced a strong stock of survivors, and that blood flows thickly in our veins, today.
The gene pool of this ERRICKSON family includes the men and women who first ventured across the sea to create a new country.They didn't just come, they created it.
The ERRICKSON name, stands proudly among those that fought to gain and retain America's Freedom, right up to this very day.
Our parents, Andrew and Mabel Errickson, taught us LOVE OF GOD, LOVE OF COUNTRY and LOVE OF OUR FELLOWMAN.
They taught us that we are our brother's keeper,
They taught us that we are all a part of a bigger family. The family of MANKIND.
They taught us that to have and not share is wrong.
They taught us that to allow oppression of any soul is wrong.
They taught us that to judge a person by his race religion or position in life, is wrong
They taught us to stand up and fight for our beliefs against all opposition or we would be wrong.
They taught us to believe in ourselves.
They taught us that we could accomplish anything we put our mind to.
They taught us not to be afraid to make mistakes , that from error comes experience.
They taught us that two wrongs never make a right. That we must learn to forgive , to move on.
Yes, they taught us all the same principals that were taught to them ,by the example ,of those who came before .
Our ancestors taught us to love and respect this new nation,built with their sweat and blood.
We have done this genealogy to pass down to our descendants, not only the names in our heritage, but also the principles, and character that stand behind those names.
We pass this knowledge onto you ,our descendants,so that you may know that you come from a long line of people that had strong beliefs and principles, the very principles that built this nation.
The torch is now in your hands, GO FORTH WITH PRIDE.YOU HAVE A STRONG BACKGROUND.
" The 4 Living Children of Andrew and Mabel Errickson"
1.F.Living 2.F.Living 3. M.Living 4. F. Living
GOD BLESS AMERICA !
ANDREW ERRICKSON 1900-1968
DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF A LOVING FATHER BY HIS CHILDREN.
.Andrew ERRICKSON b.JULY 1,1900 Adelphia, NJ. d .MARCH 13, 1968 Abington, PA. married Mabel J. ANDERSON b.MAY 23,1906 Manasquan, NJ.d .MARCH 9,1993, Abington, PA.
Both are buried Bethesda Cemetery ,Adelphia N.J.
4 F Living.
Mary Jane (Mamie) MCDOWELL b.1883 d.1909 and Joseph Currie ERRICKSON b.1874 d.1929.
Susan Anne STILLWELL b.1840 d.1921 and Joseph ERRICKSON b.1826 d.1904.
Alice MATHEWS b.1792 d.1862 and John ERRICKSON b.1770 d.1843.
Lois WAINWRIGHT b.1752 d.1830 and John ERRICKSON b.1752 d.1806.
Mary FRANCIS and Michael ERRICKSON b.1730 d.1801.
Deborah UNKNOWN and Michael ERRICKSON b.1700 d.1762.
Michael had a second wife, Martha ENGLISH COLE. Michael was born in Sweden. This is where our ERRICKSON line begins in America.The Scandinavians take the given name of the father (Eric) and add sen or son for males, thus ERRICKSON. If it is a daughter,they add datter or dotter to Eric.If they had stayed in Sweden ,the tradition would have remained, but Michael adopted the American way of naming his children by his surname. He gave all his children the surname ERRICKSON.
Now we go back to the Scandinavian way:
Hulda LARSON d.1731 and Eric JACOBSSON b.1647 d. 1726.
Maria Kristina PIPER d.1676 and Jacob MICHAELSON b.1600 d.1673.
Constance HARD b.1569 and Michael NILSSON b.1558.
Margareta MICHAELSDOTTER and Nils ERICKSON b.1520.
Anna OLOFSDOTTER b.1495 and Eric ERICKSON 1490
Brita Cajea GREGORSDOTTER b.1473 Oland Island, SWEDEN and Eric KNUTSON b.1469
Barbara KMUS b.1447 and Knut SIMONSON b.
1443,Borgholm, Oland Island SWEDEN
The ERRICKSON FAMILY played a vital role in the formation of our country.They were among the ardent Patriots who signed "THE ARTICLES OF RETALIATION" Three ERRICKSON men in our line signed that ancient document.They were John, Michael, and Thomas.Our ERRICKSONS fought in the REVOLUTION for the defense of a new nation.
ONE NATION UNDER GOD.
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1
1.Andrew Errickson was born 1900, and died 1968. He was the son of 2. Joseph Currie Errickson and 3. Mary Jane McDowell. He married Mabel J. Anderson. She was born 1906, and died 1993.They are buried in Bethesda Cemetery,Wycoff Mills Road, Adelphia, Monmouth Co., NJ.
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2
2.Joseph Currie Errickson was born 1874, and died 1929. He was the son of 4. Joseph Errickson and 5. Susan Ann Stillwell.
3.Mary Jane McDowell was born 1883, and died 1909. They are buried in Bethesda Cemetery, Wycoff Mills Road, Adelphia NJ. Children of Mary Jane McDowell and Joseph Currie Errickson are:
1. i.Andrew Errickson was born 1900, and died 1968. He married Mabel J. Anderson. She was born 1906, and died 1993. ii.Ida B Errickson was born 20 AUG 1903, and died 15 NOV 1996. She married Raymond Wagner born 1898 and died 1971. iii.Marge Errickson was born 1901 and died 1967 . She married James D. (Duge) Feimster. He was born 1896 and died 1973.
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 3
4.Joseph Errickson was born 1826, and died 1904. He was the son of 8. John Errickson and 9. Alice Matthews.
5.Susan Ann Stillwell was born 1840, and died 1921. She was the daughter of 10. Joseph Stillwell and 11. Louise Van Note. They are buried in Bethesda Cemetery Adelphia, NJ. Children of Susan Ann Stillwell and Joseph Errickson are:
i.Joseph F. Errickson was born 1862, and died 1864. ii.Lois S Errickson was born 1866 in Monmouth Co., NJ. iii.George Frank Errickson was born 9 JAN 1870, and died 2 MAR 1955. He married Rosetta Cottrell 9 SEP 1900 in Ardena, Howell Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ. She was born 1882, and died 1932. 2. iv.Joseph Currie Errickson was born 1874, and died 1929. He married Mary Jane McDowell. She was born 1883, and died 1909. v.Alice M Errickson was born 1879 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ, and died 1948. She married Arthur Stillwell. He was born ABT. 1875 in NJ. vi.Lillian Errickson was born ABT. 1883. She married Frank William Conover. He was born ABT. 1879.
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 4
8.John Errickson was born 1770, and died 1843. He was the son of 16. John Errickson and 17. Lois Wainwright.
9.Alice Matthews was born ABT. 1792, and died 2 JUN 1862. Children of Alice Matthews and John Errickson are:
4. i.Joseph Errickson was born 1826, and died 1904. He married Susan Ann Stillwell 6 FEB 1859 in Adelphia, Howell Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ, daughter of Joseph Stillwell and Louise Van Note. She was born 1840, and died 1921. ii.Martha Errickson was born 1821. iii.Mary Errickson was born 29 OCT 1822, and died 1908. She married Garret Voorhees. He was born 1818, and died 1886. iv.Charles Errickson was born 1831 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ, and died 1910. He married Maria L. Bills 2 NOV 1854 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ. She was born 4 JUN 1834, and died 1 FEB 1914.
10.Joseph Stillwell was born 1 JUN 1813, and died 20 MAY 1859. He was the son of 20. Jeremiah Stillwell and 21. Ann Boud.
11.Louise Van Note. She was the daughter of 22. James Van Note and 23. Susan Erickson. Children of Louise Van Note and Joseph Stillwell are:
i.John Stillwell was born in of, Point Pleasant, NJ.5. ii.Susan Ann Stillwell was born 1840, and died 1921. She married Joseph Errickson 6 FEB 1859 in Adelphia, Howell Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ, son of John Errickson and Alice Matthews. He was born 1826, and died 1904. iii.David Stillwell. iv.James Stillwell was born in of, Bay Head, NJ. v.Jeremiah Stillwell was born in of, Point Pleasant, NJ. He married Unknown Thompson, daughter of Peter Thompson. vi.Jedidiah Stillwell. He married Unknown Bray, daughter of Jasper Bray.
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 5
16.John Errickson was born ABT. 1752, and died 4 DEC 1806. He was the son of 32. Micheal Errickson and 33. Mary Francis.
17.Lois Wainwright was born 1752, and died 2 OCT 1830. She was the daughter of 34. Daniel Wainwright and 35. Jedidah Elizabeth West. They are buried in Old Tennent Cemetery. Children of Lois Wainwright and John Errickson are:
i.Catherine Errickson was born 8 JUL 1780, and died 6 MAY 1860. She married Cornelius S. Barkalow 29 MAR 1837, son of Stephen Barkalow and Ann Stout. He was born 22 FEB 1774, and died 8 FEB 1842. 8. ii.John Errickson was born 1770, and died 1843. He married Alice Matthews 8 FEB 1817 in Monmouth Co., NJ. She was born ABT. 1792, and died 2 JUN 1862. iii.Deborah Errickson. She married Unknown Brewer. iv.Jerusha Errickson. v.Danial Errickson was born 1778, and died 1843. He married Hannah G Conover. She was born 1790, and died 1872. vi.Susannah Errickson was born 1774, and died 1834. She married James VanNote. He was born 1771, and died 1834. vii.Jedidah Erickson was born 1780, and died 6 MAY 1860. She married Cornelius S. Barkalow. He was born 1774, and died 1842.
20.Jeremiah Stillwell was born 23 AUG 1786, and died 20 MAR 1865 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth, NJ. He was buried in Bethesda Meth Ch, Adelphia, Monmouth, NJ. He was the son of 40. Joseph Stillwell and 41. Jemima Throckmorton.
21.Ann Boud was born 17 OCT 1786 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth, NJ, and died 14 SEP 1864 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth, NJ. She was buried in Bethesda Meth Ch, Adelphia, Monmouth, NJ. She was the daughter of 42. John Boud and 43. Ann Woolley. Children of Ann Boud and Jeremiah Stillwell are:
i.Job Throckmorton Stillwell was born 22 OCT 1808, and died 20 JUN 1856. He married Jedidah Van Note, daughter of James Van Note and Susan Erickson. ii.Jeremiah Stillwell was born 8 MAR 1811, and died 20 JUN 1856. He married Rebecca Gardiner. 10. iii.Joseph Stillwell was born 1 JUN 1813, and died 20 MAY 1859. He married Louise Van Note, daughter of James Van Note and Susan Erickson. iv.John A Stillwell was born 6 JAN 1816, and died 9 DEC 1898. He married Ann Miller 17 JAN 1870. She was born 4 MAR 1834. v.Ann Stillwell was born 13 MAR 1818 in Holmdell Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ, and died MAR 1891. She married John Erickson. She married Joseph Bogart. vi.Benjamin Stillwell was born 22 OCT 1820, and died 9 FEB 1904. vii.James Henry Stillwell was born 16 SEP 1824, and died 11 JAN 1903 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth. He married Elizabeth Cook 25 DEC 1850, daughter of Joseph Cook and Elizabeth Applegate. She was born 4 JUL 1831 in NJ, and died 1 NOV 1904 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth, NJ.
22.James Van Note.
23.Susan Erickson. Children of Susan Erickson and James Van Note are:
i.Jedidah Van Note. She married Job Throckmorton Stillwell, son of Jeremiah Stillwell and Ann Boud. He was born 22 OCT 1808, and died 20 JUN 1856. 11. ii.Louise Van Note. She married Joseph Stillwell, son of Jeremiah Stillwell and Ann Boud. He was born 1 JUN 1813, and died 20 MAY 1859.
Ahnentafel, Generation No.6
32.Micheal Errickson was born ABT. 1730 in Sweden, and died 1796. He was the son of 64. Michael Errickson and 65. Deborah Unknown.
33.Mary Francis. Children of Mary Francis and Micheal Errickson are:
16. i.John Errickson was born ABT. 1752, and died 4 DEC 1806. He married Lois Wainwright 9 JAN 1769 in Burlington, Burlington Co., NJ, daughter of Daniel Wainwright and Jedidah Elizabeth West. She was born 1752, and died 2 OCT 1830. ii.Errick Errickson was born ABT. 1760. He married Mary Unknown.
34.Daniel Wainwright was born ABT. 1700 in Monmouth Co., NJ, and died ABT. 1786. He was the son of 68. Thomas Wainwright and 69. Patience Chambers.
35.Jedidah Elizabeth West was born ABT. 1709 in Shrewsbury,Monmouth Co., NJ. She was the daughter of 70. John West and 71. Jane Wing. Children of Jedidah Elizabeth West and Daniel Wainwright are:
17. i.Lois Wainwright was born 1752, and died 2 OCT 1830. She married John Errickson 9 JAN 1769 in Burlington, Burlington Co., NJ, son of Micheal Errickson and Mary Francis. He was born ABT. 1752, and died 4 DEC 1806. ii.Joseph Wainwright was born 23 AUG 1747. He married Susannah Walling 1772. She was born ABT. 1758. iii.Vincent Wainwright was born 1735, and died 1 MAR 1783. He married Elizabeth Williams, daughter of John Williams and Elizabeth Tucker. She was born 10 JUN 1751. iv.Daniel Wainwright was born 1748, and died 1780. He married Patience Van Deventer. She was born 1749. v.Rhoda Wainwright was born ABT. 1750. She married Thomas Woodmansee 17 SEP 1772. vi.Lydia Wainwright was born ABT. 1732. She married John West 3 DEC 1755, son of John West and Jane Wing. He died 1783. She married John West 3 DEC 1755 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., NJ, son of Bartholomew West and Susannah Shinn. He was born 1728 in Trenton, Mercer Co., NJ. vii.James Wainwright. He married Elizabeth Unknown.
40.Joseph Stillwell was born 12 MAR 1746/47, and died 31 MAR 1813. He was buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Freehold, Monmouth, NJ. He was the son of 80. Jeremiah Stillwell and 81. Rebecca Ashton.
41.Jemima Throckmorton was born 31 JAN 1748/49 in Monmouth, NJ, and died 25 MAR 1813 in Monmouth, NJ. She was buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Freehold, Monmouth, NJ. She was the daughter of 82. Job Throckmorton and 83. Mary Morford. Children of Jemima Throckmorton and Joseph Stillwell are:
i.Job Stillwell was born 24 MAY 1772, and died 2 JUN 1773. ii.Rebecca Stillwell was born 20 APR 1774, and died 31 OCT 1791. iii.Joseph M. Stillwell was born 14 JAN 1777, and died 12 MAR 1850. He married Hannah Stillwell. iv.James Stillwell was born 19 JUN 1779, and died 28 NOV 1780. v.Daniel Stillwell was born 18 SEP 1781, and died 27 MAY 1861. vi.Abraham B. Stillwell was born 29 MAR 1784, and died 13 JAN 1831. He married Phoebe Francis 25 FEB 1808. She was born 4 MAR 1790. vii.Job Stillwell was born 23 AUG 1786, and died 1 JUL 1788.20. viii.Jeremiah Stillwell was born 23 AUG 1786, and died 20 MAR 1865 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth, NJ. He married Ann Boud 14 JAN 1808, daughter of John Boud and Ann Woolley. She was born 17 OCT 1786 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth, NJ, and died 14 SEP 1864 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth, NJ. ix.Mary Stillwell was born 12 JUL 1789, and died 9 DEC 1790.
42.John Boud was born ABT. 1732. He was the son of 84. Joshua Boud and 85. Ruth White.
43.Ann Woolley. She was the daughter of 86. Thomas Woolley and 87. Elizabeth Jackson. Children of Ann Woolley and John Boud are:
i.Hugh Boud was born 27 SEP 1774 in Monmouth, NJ, and died 25 OCT 1859 in Monmouth, NJ. He married Mary Borden 28 AUG 1802 in Monmouth, NJ, daughter of Amos Borden and Rachel Woolley. She was born 30 JUN 1783, and died 23 DEC 1863. 21. ii.Ann Boud was born 17 OCT 1786 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth, NJ, and died 14 SEP 1864 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth, NJ. She married Jeremiah Stillwell 14 JAN 1808, son of Joseph Stillwell and Jemima Throckmorton. He was born 23 AUG 1786, and died 20 MAR 1865 in Freehold Twp., Monmouth, NJ.
MEMORIES BY HIS CHILDREN
Dad was a dedicated father to his children, who did all he could to make life easier for us all.
I am very happy to have had a Father and Mother who were so very supportive of me and who raised me to be what I am today."
"Dad had a great deal of information about his ancestry.When at 12 years of age,I had a Family Tree project assigned for homework, he took me to the graves of every single one,telling me the relationship.This started an interest in genealogy that has lasted a lifetime.
He also had a knowledge of wild flowers and herbs,taught at the knee of his Grandmother, Susan Stillwell Errickson..He took me on many walks pointing out the various plants and telling me how Susan had used them.
Dad loved fishing,hunting ,sports, and harness horse racing. He was a member of The United States Trotting Assoc.We spent many hours at race tracks in NY,NJ,PA,MD,DL.He would come whenever my horses raced and loved going into the paddock to instruct the driver.He knew and made friends with the leading drivers who raced the grand circuit across the country.Everyone liked him.
Dad was known for his honesty.I have been told many times ,by many people ,that my father was the most honest person they had ever met .
We were taught LOVE OF GOD, RESPECT OF OUR FELLOWMAN,and LOVE OF COUNTRY by this man.
Good Bye Dad ,MAY YOUR NAME IN GOLD BE WRITTEN IN THE AUTOGRAPH OF GOD.
This genealogy is documented by over 50 years of research compiled by the children of ANDREW and MABEL ERRICKSON
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