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Re: CARLOCK in NJ
Posted by: Susan Cearlock Tilleman (ID *****4484) Date: June 11, 2008 at 22:10:39
In Reply to: Carlock in NJ by Scott Meyer of 575

This is in reply to Scott MEYER’s, Dec. 10, 2007, posting to the CARLOCK Family Genealogy Forum titled “Carlock in NJ.”

The information you provided in your query is confusing. Who was Louis CARLOCK? Was this your father’s name, or his biological father’s name?

Who was Frank Louis MEYER? Was Frank Louis MEYER married to Helen BUDZINSKI?

What time period are you talking about?

I would like to add a “tickler” to my database for reference in case I do run across any of these names in the future.

Please contact me at the e-mail address listed below if you prefer not to publish this information on the CARLOCK Family Genealogy Forum.

A search in my database for “Bayonne” only brings up Evelyn MUSGRAVE, b. 15 Jul 1907, Bayonne, Hudson Co., NJ; m. Ronald L. CARLOUGH; d. 8 Nov 2000, probably Toms River, Ocean Co., NJ; bd. Cresthaven Memorial Park, Clifton, Passaic Co., NJ. The CARLOUGHs are a branch of the GERLACH/CARLOCK family.

A search in my database for “Jersey City” brings up numerous CARLOCK and CARLOUGH listings, with some dating back to the 1700s.

Susan Cearlock Tilleman (STilleman@satx.rr.com)
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/t/i/l/Susan-E-Tilleman/


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