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451 Thomas Cook purchased 60 acres of land in Monmouth County from the original proprietors in 1676 (source: Salter's History of Monmouth & Ocean Counties, p. 30.) HAVENS, Mary (I1343)
 
452 Tom Luker was a private in the private in the Monmouth County militia: Adelberg's Roster of revolutionary People of Monmouth County, p.178; Stryker's New Jersey Officers and Men of the Revolution, p. 673. LUKER, Thomas (I117)
 
453 Tom Luker was a private in the private in the Monmouth County militia: Adelberg's Roster of revolutionary People of Monmouth County, p.178; Stryker's New Jersey Officers and Men of the Revolution, p. 673. LUKER, Thomas (I117)
 
454 Undated list of members of First Prebyterian Church of Freehold includes: James F. Herbet & w. Abby
(Symmes' History of Old Tennent Church, p. 196)

1860 US Census, NJ, Monmouth County p. 857 (7-2-1860)
Manalapan Twp, Englishtown Post Office
Listed with William D Herbert
Age: 27, born in Monmouth County

BIRTH: Hornor cites birth date as 1805 (p. 277). 
HERBERT, James F (I461)
 
455 Undated list of members of First Prebyterian Church of Freehold includes: James F. Herbet & w. Abby
(Symmes' History of Old Tennent Church, p. 196)

1860 US Census, NJ, Monmouth County p. 857 (7-2-1860)
Manalapan Twp, Englishtown Post Office
Listed with William D Herbert
Age: 27, born in Monmouth County

BIRTH: Hornor cites birth date as 1805 (p. 277). 
HERBERT, James F (I461)
 
456 Undated list of members of First Prebyterian Church of Freehold includes: James F. Herbet & w. Abby
(Symmes' History of Old Tennent Church, p. 196) 
KEELER, Abigail (I729)
 
457 Undated list of members of First Prebyterian Church of Freehold includes: James F. Herbet & w. Abby
(Symmes' History of Old Tennent Church, p. 196) 
KEELER, Abigail (I729)
 
458 Undated obituary:
"Richard Hafeman, Freehold, died at Fitkin hospital, Neptune (stet), on his 81st birthday on Wednesday, January 6, 1943. Funeral services will be held tomorrow (Saturday) at 2 p.m., at Freeman's Funeral Home, Freehold, with the Rev. Bruce C. Duvall, pastor of the First Methodist church, Freehold, officiating. Interment will be made in Evergreen cemetery, Farmingdale.
"Mr. Hafeman is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Hafeman, Farmingdale, and three daughters and four sons: Mrs. J. Harry Miller, Famingdale; Mrs. Frank M. Smith, Allentown; Mrs. Arthur Applegate, Ernest and Arthur Hafeman, Asbury Park; Lloyd A. Hafeman, Florida, and Harry Hafeman, Howell.
"Mr. Hafeman was born in New York and as a young man went west with his family. For some time he was enagged with his father in operating a mule freight between Oklahoma and Texas, after which he was a farmer in Kansas. When he came east he entered into the road building busines and, with Surrogate Joseph L. Donahay, built the first stretch of concrete road in Monmouth County, which is between Freehold and Adelphia. He continued in the same line during his active life." 
HAFEMAN, Richard (I48)
 
459 Undated obituary:
"Richard Hafeman, Freehold, died at Fitkin hospital, Neptune (stet), on his 81st birthday on Wednesday, January 6, 1943. Funeral services will be held tomorrow (Saturday) at 2 p.m., at Freeman's Funeral Home, Freehold, with the Rev. Bruce C. Duvall, pastor of the First Methodist church, Freehold, officiating. Interment will be made in Evergreen cemetery, Farmingdale.
"Mr. Hafeman is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Hafeman, Farmingdale, and three daughters and four sons: Mrs. J. Harry Miller, Famingdale; Mrs. Frank M. Smith, Allentown; Mrs. Arthur Applegate, Ernest and Arthur Hafeman, Asbury Park; Lloyd A. Hafeman, Florida, and Harry Hafeman, Howell.
"Mr. Hafeman was born in New York and as a young man went west with his family. For some time he was enagged with his father in operating a mule freight between Oklahoma and Texas, after which he was a farmer in Kansas. When he came east he entered into the road building busines and, with Surrogate Joseph L. Donahay, built the first stretch of concrete road in Monmouth County, which is between Freehold and Adelphia. He continued in the same line during his active life." 
HAFEMAN, Richard (I48)
 
460 Undertaker, operated funeral home in Adelphia, NJ; founder of Adelphia Fire Co. (1927) CLAYTON, Charles H.T. (I1552)
 
461 Undertaker, operated funeral home in Adelphia, NJ; founder of Adelphia Fire Co. (1927) CLAYTON, Charles H.T. (I1552)
 
462 via email from Carol Keeler:" Angeline lived until 1902, she was the oldest person in NJ at the time of her death. He obit states that the mother Eliza Thompson was a direct decendent of Wolfert Von Kovenhoven." PALMER, Augusta Angeline (I828)
 
463 via email from Carol Keeler:" Angeline lived until 1902, she was the oldest person in NJ at the time of her death. He obit states that the mother Eliza Thompson was a direct decendent of Wolfert Von Kovenhoven." PALMER, Augusta Angeline (I828)
 
464 via email:
"Clayton Palmer and Eliza Palmer had 11 children.

Angeline born 1810-1812 married George Gravatt.
Harriet born 1813
Elizabeth born 1816 married Enoch Hulse
Kenneth born 1818 married Mary Reed (Reid)
Mary born 1824 married George Thompson
William G. born 1829 married Mary Holdsworth
Sarah F. born 1831 married John Wesley Holdsworth
George H. born 1832 married Mary Irons
Louis borht about 1839

Clayton was born in Milstone Twp., his brother was Joel. Father was William Palmer, mother Rebecca Palmer.

The children were all born in Englishtown.
Most of these people are buried at the Yellow Meeting House Cemetery.

This information was gathered over many years, I have some death certificates and obits.
Angeline lived until 1902, she was the oldest person in NJ at the time of her death. He obit states that the mother Eliza Thompson was a direct decendent of Wolfert Von Kovenhoven. There is a book at the Monmouth County Historial Society titled "The Stone House Thompsons" which lists her ancestors.

Carol Keeler" 
PALMER, Clayton (I216)
 
465 via email:
"Clayton Palmer and Eliza Palmer had 11 children.

Angeline born 1810-1812 married George Gravatt.
Harriet born 1813
Elizabeth born 1816 married Enoch Hulse
Kenneth born 1818 married Mary Reed (Reid)
Mary born 1824 married George Thompson
William G. born 1829 married Mary Holdsworth
Sarah F. born 1831 married John Wesley Holdsworth
George H. born 1832 married Mary Irons
Louis borht about 1839

Clayton was born in Milstone Twp., his brother was Joel. Father was William Palmer, mother Rebecca Palmer.

The children were all born in Englishtown.
Most of these people are buried at the Yellow Meeting House Cemetery.

This information was gathered over many years, I have some death certificates and obits.
Angeline lived until 1902, she was the oldest person in NJ at the time of her death. He obit states that the mother Eliza Thompson was a direct decendent of Wolfert Von Kovenhoven. There is a book at the Monmouth County Historial Society titled "The Stone House Thompsons" which lists her ancestors.

Carol Keeler" 
PALMER, Clayton (I216)
 
466 Vietnam service and casualty info from http://thewall-usa.com:

CWO - W3 - Army - Reserve
1st AVN BDE
32 year old Single, Caucasian, Male
Born on Aug 28, 1945
From FREEHOLD, NEW JERSEY
His tour of duty began on May 21, 1967
Casualty was on Feb 15, 1978
in QUANG NAM, SOUTH VIETNAM
Hostile, died while missing
HELICOPTER - CREW
AIR LOSS, CRASH ON LAND
Body was not recovered
Religion
PROTESTANT

Panel 20E - - Line 80

[The casualty data are wrong. The 1978 date listed is the date his status was changed from MIA to KIA - body not recovered. Actual casualty date was 21 May 1967.]
http://www.281stahc.org/
WALTER FRANCIS WROBLESKI was a crew member on a UH1C armed helicopter. He was assigned to the 281st AHC. The aircraft was shotdown while trying to rescue others. I and two other crew members were saved. The url is a link to one of the web pages honoring him and others. Walter was listed as MIA on May 21, 1967. 
WROBLESKI, Walter (I85)
 
467 Vietnam service and casualty info from http://thewall-usa.com:

CWO - W3 - Army - Reserve
1st AVN BDE
32 year old Single, Caucasian, Male
Born on Aug 28, 1945
From FREEHOLD, NEW JERSEY
His tour of duty began on May 21, 1967
Casualty was on Feb 15, 1978
in QUANG NAM, SOUTH VIETNAM
Hostile, died while missing
HELICOPTER - CREW
AIR LOSS, CRASH ON LAND
Body was not recovered
Religion
PROTESTANT

Panel 20E - - Line 80

[The casualty data are wrong. The 1978 date listed is the date his status was changed from MIA to KIA - body not recovered. Actual casualty date was 21 May 1967.] 
WROBLESKI, Walter (I85)
 
468 Wedding announcement from Freehold Transcript, Mar. 17, 1919: THOMPSON-HAFEMAN: A very pretty home wedding took place on Sunday afternoon, March 2, 1919, at 4 o'clock at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hafeman of near Freehold, when Miss Helen Thompson of Tennent, and their son, Harry S. Hafeman, were quietly married. Only the immediate relatives of the families were present. The ceremonywas performed by Rev. Frank Symmes of Old Tennent Church. The bride was very becomingly attired in a gown of white crepe. Immediately after the ceremony luncheon was served and the bride and groom then left on a short wedding trip. On their return, they will make their home in Freehold where they have already furnished a home.

1930 Census (NJ, ED 13-38, p. 2A) Freehold Twp (4-7-1930)
18 Throckmorton St.
Age: 37, married at age: 28, born NJ, father born NJ, mother born US
homeowner, house worth $5000; occupation: chauffer at garage 
HAFEMAN, Harry Sylvester (I21)
 
469 Wedding announcement from Freehold Transcript, Mar. 17, 1919: THOMPSON-HAFEMAN: A very pretty home wedding took place on Sunday afternoon, March 2, 1919, at 4 o'clock at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hafeman of near Freehold, when Miss Helen Thompson of Tennent, and their son, Harry S. Hafeman, were quietly married. Only the immediate relatives of the families were present. The ceremonywas performed by Rev. Frank Symmes of Old Tennent Church. The bride was very becomingly attired in a gown of white crepe. Immediately after the ceremony luncheon was served and the bride and groom then left on a short wedding trip. On their return, they will make their home in Freehold where they have already furnished a home.

1930 Census (NJ, ED 13-38, p. 2A) Freehold Twp (4-7-1930)
18 Throckmorton St.
Age: 37, married at age: 28, born NJ, father born NJ, mother born US
homeowner, house worth $5000; occupation: chauffer at garage 
HAFEMAN, Harry Sylvester (I21)
 
470 widow of James Estelle, buried with James in Harmony Cem.  ESTELLE, Mary Ann (I1597)
 
471 widow of James Estelle, buried with James in Harmony Cem.  ESTELLE, Mary Ann (I1597)
 
472 Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_II_de_Clifford De Clifford, Walter II (P5390)
 
473 Will proved in Freehold in 1710 (Source: Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary, and Post-revolutionary History of New Jersey , Vol. II, p.332-333) COOK, Benjamin (I452)
 

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