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LOREs of Greenwich/ Pohatcong area
Posted by: Amie Haddock Date: July 31, 2001 at 11:38:09
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I am working on my maternal g-grandmothers line and was wondering if any others out there might have some info. My gg-grandmother was Margaret M. LORE, daughter of Phillip and Sarah J. LORE. Margaret was born in May of 1883 in NJ, probably Warren co., and died sometime between 5 Oct 1917 and 17 Jan 1918. At the time Margaret and her husband Edward Thomas LATTIG resided in Pohatcong Township.
Phillip LORE was the son of Samuel (b. abt 1828)and Margaret (b. abt 1823)LORE. Phillip was born Dec 1861 in NJ, probably Warren co. He married Sarah J. abt 1881 and they had 8 known children together: Johnie, Feb 1882; Margaret M., May 1883; Stella A., Oct 1886; Phillip, Jun 1888; Katie, Jan 1895; George P., Sep 1898; Ester, abt 1901; Lester, abt 1901. Sarah J. died sometime between 1901- 1910, after the birth of her twins and before 1910 census was taken. I found Phillip residing with his daughter Margaret and son-in-law Edward LATTIG in Pohatcong Township in the 1910 census.
Samuel and Margaret LORE resided in Greenwich in 1880, according to the census, with 7 children: Phillip, Dec 1861; Emma, abt 1864; Maggie, abt 1866; Isaac H., abt 1868; Lizzie B., 12 Jan 1870- 29 May 1902; Samuel II, abt 1873; Peter, abt 1875.
That is all that is known except the cemetery where Lizzie B. LORE is buried and an obituary for Lester LORE. Lester's service was held at Bloomsbury Episcopal Church, he died on 2 Oct 1917. I found Lizzie B.'s info in a book entitled "Grave Records of St. James Lutheran Cemetery 1771-1923"[Stryker and Updergrove; Phillipsburg, NJ; 1924]
Does anyone have any info to contribute?


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