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Re: John Fiordland, Middletown, NJ
Posted by: Mary Sue Coovert (ID *****4806) Date: February 20, 2003 at 19:54:08
In Reply to: Re: John Fiordland, Middletown, NJ by dennis beausoleil of 1361

Dennis-I live in Largo, Florida (Tampa Bay area), but am from Daytona Beach originally. My family unofficially, adopted Elmer and his wife Grace as our grandparents. Our grandparents were all deceased. Elmer had a grown son by his first wife, but no children by Grace. They purchased a large tract of land near our home. I am gathering material for a book and want to include a chapter of them. I also want to put markers on their graves. Therefore, I am researching both families. The William you mentioned, with Augusta, may be John's brother. I also have a Christian J. who may have been a brother. I found the cemetery information on the internet and made prints of the pictures that had been included of the tombstones. There is a Patricia Fiordland who has offered information. She is my contact for William. What is your connection to this family? I certainly appreciate your help with locating information. I hope to come to Monmouth County again, soon. I have made two trips there researching my husband's families of Brinleys and Cooverts. I found William Brinley's Cemetery near Shrewsbury and Long Branch. Thanks again. MS


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