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201 1900 Census (NJ, Monmouth, ED 117, p. 3B, 6-4-1900)
Freehold Twp
Age: 3, born: June 1897, born in: NJ, parents born in: NJ
son of George O Thompson

1910 Census (NJ, Monmouth ED 71, p. 13B, 5-24-1910)
"West End" of Freehold Twp
Age: 13, born in: NJ, parens born in: NJ
son of George O Thompson 
THOMPSON, Frederick (I294)
 
202 1900 Census: listed on South Street, Freehold; occupation: salesman grocery HULSE, William Denise (I14)
 
203 1910 Census lists Martha and James married for 6 years (New Jersey, Monmouth, Long Branch, Ward 4, Dist. 82, sheet 12A) Family F544
 
204 1920 Census (NJ, Monmouth, ED 120, p. 10B, 1-28-1920)
Manalapan Twp.
Age: 8, born in: NJ, parents born in: NJ
daughter of George O Thompson 
THOMPSON, Emma Cook (I181)
 
205 1920 Census (NJ, Monmouth, ED 120, p. 10B, 1-28-1920)
Manalapan Twp.
Age: 8, born in: NJ, parents born in: NJ
daughter of George O Thompson 
THOMPSON, Emma Cook (I181)
 
206 1920 Census (NJ, Passaic ED 85, p. 19) Paterson City (1-10-1920)
17 Bleeker St
Age: 5 6/12, born N.J., father born Holland, mother born NJ
listed as son of Tunis Switman 
SWEETMAN, Edward Harold (I5)
 
207 1920 Census (NJ, Passaic ED 85, p. 19) Paterson City (1-10-1920)
17 Bleeker St
Age: 5 6/12, born N.J., father born Holland, mother born NJ
listed as son of Tunis Switman 
SWEETMAN, Edward Harold (I5)
 
208 1920 Census: occupation -- chemist for talking machine co.
NJ, Camden County, ED 86, p. 5B 
WILLITTS, William H. (I981)
 
209 1920 Census: occupation -- chemist for talking machine co.
NJ, Camden County, ED 86, p. 5B 
WILLITTS, William H. (I981)
 
210 1930 Census (NJ, ED 13-38, p. 2A) Freehold Twp (4-7-1930)
18 Throckmorton St
Age: 3/12; son of Harry Hafeman; born NJ, parents born NJ 
HAFEMAN, Harry Jr (I24)
 
211 1930 Census (NJ, ED 13-38, p. 2A) Freehold Twp (4-7-1930)
18 Throckmorton St
Age: 3/12; son of Harry Hafeman; born NJ, parents born NJ 
HAFEMAN, Harry Jr (I24)
 
212 1930 Census (NJ, ED 13-38, p. 2A) Freehold Twp (4-7-1930)
18 Throckmorton St
Age: 9; daughter of Harry Hafeman, born NJ, parents born NJ 
HAFEMAN, Harriet Marian (I19)
 
213 1930 Census (NJ, ED 13-41) Freehold Boro (5-23-1930)
87 East Main St
Age: 57, age at marriage: 23, born NJ, parents born NJ
occupation: Borough tax collector; homeowner (worth $10,000)
1900 Census: listed on South Street, Freehold; occupation: salesman grocery 
HULSE, William Denise (I14)
 
214 1930 Census (NJ, ED 13-41) Freehold Boro (5-23-1930)
87 East Main St
Age: 57, age at marriage: 23, born NJ, parents born NJ
occupation: Borough tax collector; homeowner (worth $10,000) 
HULSE, William Denise (I14)
 
215 20 Jan 1944 Red Bank Register:

Mrs. Elizabeth E. Hafeman, 80, formerly of Farmingdale, died Tuesday of last week at the home of her son, Walter R Hafeman of Asbury Park, with whom she lived. She is survived by three daughters and three other sons. 
DICKHUT, Elizabeth (I101)
 
216 67092 Highway W
Latham, MO 65050 
Source (S53)
 
217 Addresses per Freehold City Directories:
1937-38: 34 Monmouth Ave (Mrs. Edward Sweetman only)
1947: Farmingdale
1952: RD 3
1954: 9 East Main St
1956: 14 Marcy St.
Marriage license lists groom's address as Princeton, NJ, and bride's as 29 Bowne Ave, Freehold. Witnessed by James Boyle and Mary Casterlin. 
SWEETMAN, Edward Harold (I5)
 
218 Addresses per Freehold City Directories:
1937-38: 34 Monmouth Ave (Mrs. Edward Sweetman only)
1947: Farmingdale
1952: RD 3
1954: 9 East Main St
1956: 14 Marcy St.
Marriage license lists groom's address as Princeton, NJ, and bride's as 29 Bowne Ave, Freehold. Witnessed by James Boyle and Mary Casterlin. 
BOYLE, Anna P. (I6)
 
219 Addresses per Freehold City Directories:
1937-38: 34 Monmouth Ave (Mrs. Edward Sweetman only)
1947: Farmingdale
1952: RD 3
1954: 9 East Main St
1956: 14 Marcy St. 
Family F3
 
220 Adopted 6-15-1939 by William Denise and Ella Hulse

1930 Census (NJ, ED 13-41) Freehold Boro (5-23-1930)
87 East Main St
Age: 16, born NJ, parents born NJ
listed as "Harry," son of William Hulse 
HULSE, Albert Harry Livezey (I4)
 
221 Adopted 6-15-1939 by William Denise and Ella Hulse

1930 Census (NJ, ED 13-41) Freehold Boro (5-23-1930)
87 East Main St
Age: 16, born NJ, parents born NJ
listed as "Harry," son of William Hulse 
HULSE, Albert Harry Livezey (I4)
 
222 Alice was the daughter of Elder J. D. Barkalow, who also performed marriage service. Page 110 EDS/M says in 1900 Elder Barkalow lived with son-in-law in Freehold.
 
Family F529
 
223 Also from death cert.: Residence at time of death: 98 Broad St, Freehold, NJ; Length of residence: 35 years, 8 months; Occupation: retired blacksmith  LIVEZEY, George W (I111)
 
224 Appeared in court in Middletown in 1700. (Source: Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary, and Post-revolutionary History of New Jersey, Vol XXIII, pp. 105-106.) COOK, Benjamin (I452)
 
225 At head of title: State of New Jersey.|||"S.D. Dickinson, Secretary of State; J.B.R. Smith, Assistant Secretary of State." Source (S-1753160040)
 
226 Beheaded by the victors following his capture after being defeated at the battle of Edgecote Moor  HERBERT, William 1st Earl of Pembroke (I2842)
 
227 Benjamin and his sister Mary Ann chose their brother, Daniel, as guardian on the death of their father (Monmouth County Orphans' Court records, July 1827). DENISE, Benjamin Dubois (I377)
 
228 Benjamin and his sister Mary Ann chose their brother, Daniel, as guardian on the death of their father (Monmouth County Orphans' Court records, July 1827). DENISE, Benjamin Dubois (I377)
 
229 Bible Record (Monmouth Bible Records, Vol. 7, p. 197) says death date was 15 Oct 1882 THOMPSON, Luis S. (I1681)
 
230 Bible record says 3 Mar 1810 THOMPSON, William W. (I211)
 
231 BIOGRAPHY: As far as known, several other German families came to Quincy in 1833, namely: Christian Gottlob Dickhut, who was born in Muehlhausen, Thuringia, Germany, January 4, 1804. In the year 1828 he married Johanna E. Schmidt, also born in Muehlhausen, February 8, 1810. They came to America in 1831, locating in
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1833 they came to Quincy and shortly afterward moved to the Mill Creek, seven miles south of the city, where Mr. Dickhut built a log cabin and went to farming. But he was taken down with malaria, and after suffering for a whole year, he tore down his cabin, brought the material to Quincy, where he rebuilt it and made his home in the city, where he occupied a prominent position in business, as a contractor and a merchant. While in the contracting business he, together with the early pioneers, Paul Konantz and Anton Guth, carried out the work of grading Main and Hampshire streets from Third Street to the river front, quite an undertaking, considering the high bluffs
and the primitive implements of those days. During the "gold fever" of 1850, Christian Gottlob Dickhut, in company with his son Charles W. Dickhut, Charles Pfeiffer, and another pioneer, crossed the plains with two prairie schooners drawn by oxen.

BIOGRAPHY: After an absence of one year they returned by crossing the Isthmus of Panama, thence to New Orleans and from there by river to Quincy. Christian Gottlob Dickhut died in Quincy, August 12, 1878, his wife died August 17, 1885, in California, where she had gone with some of her children.

BIOGRAPHY: The text here is an excerpt from QUINCY AND ADAMS COUNTY HISTORY AND REPRESENTATIVE MEN by David F. Wilcox. Chicago: Lewis Publishing, 1919. pp 288 - 289.

BIOGRAPHY: http://www.rootsweb.com/~iladams/bios/dickhut.htm 
DICKHUT, Christian Gottlob (I139)
 
232 BIOGRAPHY: As far as known, several other German families came to Quincy in 1833, namely: Christian Gottlob Dickhut, who was born in Muehlhausen, Thuringia, Germany, January 4, 1804. In the year 1828 he married Johanna E. Schmidt, also born in Muehlhausen, February 8, 1810. They came to America in 1831, locating in
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1833 they came to Quincy and shortly afterward moved to the Mill Creek, seven miles south of the city, where Mr. Dickhut built a log cabin and went to farming. But he was taken down with malaria, and after suffering for a whole year, he tore down his cabin, brought the material to Quincy, where he rebuilt it and made his home in the city, where he occupied a prominent position in business, as a contractor and a merchant. While in the contracting business he, together with the early pioneers, Paul Konantz and Anton Guth, carried out the work of grading Main and Hampshire streets from Third Street to the river front, quite an undertaking, considering the high bluffs
and the primitive implements of those days. During the "gold fever" of 1850, Christian Gottlob Dickhut, in company with his son Charles W. Dickhut, Charles Pfeiffer, and another pioneer, crossed the plains with two prairie schooners drawn by oxen.

BIOGRAPHY: After an absence of one year they returned by crossing the Isthmus of Panama, thence to New Orleans and from there by river to Quincy. Christian Gottlob Dickhut died in Quincy, August 12, 1878, his wife died August 17, 1885, in California, where she had gone with some of her children.

BIOGRAPHY: The text here is an excerpt from QUINCY AND ADAMS COUNTY HISTORY AND REPRESENTATIVE MEN by David F. Wilcox. Chicago: Lewis Publishing, 1919. pp 288 - 289.

BIOGRAPHY: http://www.rootsweb.com/~iladams/bios/dickhut.htm 
DICKHUT, Christian Gottlob (I139)
 
233 BIOGRAPHY: Farmer in Ewing Twp., N.J. HERBERT, Jacob Edward (I731)
 
234 BIOGRAPHY: Farmer in Ewing Twp., N.J. HERBERT, Jacob Edward (I731)
 
235 BIOGRAPHY: Original proprietor of Englishtown, NJ ENGLISH, James (I132)
 
236 BIOGRAPHY: Original proprietor of Englishtown, NJ ENGLISH, James (I646)
 
237 Birth listed as July 1865 in 1915 NJ Census Calahan, Eliza (I1258)
 
238 Birth listed as July 1865 in 1915 NJ Census Calahan, Eliza (I1258)
 
239 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I15)
 
240 Brakeman on CNJ Railroad at time of WWI registration THOMPSON, Allen C. (I1992)
 
241 Brakeman on CNJ Railroad at time of WWI registration THOMPSON, Allen C. (I1992)
 
242 buried w/parents MATTHEWS, Emma Augusta (I1308)
 
243 buried w/parents MATTHEWS, Susan A (I2536)
 
244 buried w/parents LIVEZEY, Virginia J (I2537)
 
245 buried w/parents LUKER, Lewis S. (I2538)
 
246 buried w/parents LUKER, Tillie A (I2539)
 
247 buried w/parents LUKER, Leroy (I2540)
 
248 buried w/parents LIVEZEY, Alfred (I1964)
 
249 Caleb and Martha Bennett are listed among the deaths in the bible of Josephine Bennett Thompson. They are not specifically identified as her parents, but are the only Bennetts listed other than Josephine (see Monmouth Bible Records, Vol 7 p. 197) Family F703
 
250 Caleb and Martha Bennett are listed among the deaths in the bible of Josephine Bennett Thompson. They are not specifically identified as her parents, but are the only Bennetts listed other than Josephine (see Monmouth Bible Records, Vol 7 p. 197) BENNETT, Caleb (I2140)
 

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