Scotch Plains, NJ Data G


Scotch Plains Baptist Church
Scotch Plains, Union County, New Jersey

GENEALOGICAL INFORMATION, PHOTOS, & DATA

Alphabetical Listing by Surnames (last name)

G

Names of Early Scotch Plains Baptist Church
Members, Marriages, Burials and Photos of Gravestones Found in the Cemetery

Scanned Pictures/Digital Photos of Gravestones and/or brief histories of early church members are welcomed.

Clarification of ambiguous information below or additional knowledge on any person or their family history and family connections below would be greatly appreciated. THANKS TO OUR CONTRIBUTORS who have shared information or photos. Credits can be found with their contributions. Additional information, photos, and contributions are welcomed. Please contact Audrey.
Special thanks to Carol Koehler who contributed significantly in helping with this project.



  • GANO, John
    See: GANO, John
    States his g-gf was Francis Gevneaux (a Huguenot) and that John b 22 Jul 1727 in Hopewell, NJ; ordained 1754 as pastor of Scotch Plains Baptist, but shortly afterwards left to preach in various places; went to Ky in 1788; d 1804 near Lexington, KY.


  • GAYNOR, Augusta M., 1903-1959 (gravestone)
    Augusta Gaynor, dau/o James Gaynor and Augusta ???, was born 16 December 1904 in Scotch Plains, NJ; died 16 April 1959, Rumson, NJ.
    (Information, 2 Mar 2012, E-mail to ASH: Bridget Sullivan: Left of this stone is the GUERRIER stones.)

    Photo 146: Shared 18 March 2008 by Carol Koehler as a genealogical act of kindness. Carol has no other knowledge about this family.

  • GOLDEN Family Stone
    Nothing more is known about the stone or family represented.
    2007, Courtesy of: Rachel Pincus


  • GRAY, Sarah, dau/o Daniel GRAY & Phoebe BUTLER; b 1776; married 30 Aug 1795 Scotch Plains Baptist Church to Benjamin HAND. (marriage)
    Sarah3 Gray (Daniel,2 Benjamin1) was born 1776. She married Benjamin Hand August 30, 1795 in Union Co, NJ Scotch Plains Baptist Church.
    Daniel GRAY & Phoebe BUTLER are buried at Old School Baptist Church Cemetery, Warren County, Ohio.
    See: Descendants of Benjamin Gray
    Sarah Gray is possibly interred at Old School Baptist Cemetery at Butler Co., OH. (Source: Internet, 24 Nov 2003, E-mail to ASH: Donna Edwards)

  • GREEN, Mary (1) p. 3

  • GUERRIER, James H., 1859-1943
    (Information, 2 Mar 2012, E-mail to ASH: Bridget Sullivan: Guerrier stone is left of the Gaynor stone. 2012: Stone is covered with ivy. James Henry Guerrier was born 17 August 1860 in Warren Twp.; died Scotch Plains, Union County, NJ.)

  • GUERRIER, Augusta
    (Information, 2 Mar 2012, E-mail to ASH: Bridget Sullivan: Augusta (POWERHELD) GUERRIER was born May 1863 in Saxony, Germany; died Dec 1939 in Scotch Plains, Union County, NJ.

  • GUERRIER, Emily, dau/o James GUERRIER & Augusta POWERHELD, was born 16 Nov 1889; died 19 October 1918 in Washington, D.C. Went to help nurse soldiers; she died from Spanish flu.
    (Information, 2 Mar 2012, E-mail to ASH: Bridget Sullivan)

  • GUERRIER, Lily [aka Lily (GUERRIER) DOTY-SMITH)
    (Information, 2 Mar 2012, E-mail to ASH: Bridget Sullivan: Lily (Guerrier) Doty-Smith was born 24 May 1892 in Scotch Plains, Union Co., NJ; died 17 Mar 1986 in Rumson, NJ. Her son, James Edgar Doty, Jr. was b abt. 1910; d abt. 1983 Rumson, NJ.)

      
    2007, Courtesy of: Rachel Pincus
    Right Photo 147: Shared 18 March 2008 by Carol Koehler as a genealogical act of kindness. Carol has no other knowledge about this family.



    Information, E-mail to ASH, 2 Mar 2012, Bridget Sullivan

    Information taken from book of transcriptions from about 1925.
    Joseph Guerrier born France died 1799.

    Information taken from family Bible
    George Reinhart Guerrier 1891 born and died
    James Henry Guerrier, Jr. 1893-1895
    Mary Guerrier 1899-1910

    I also have information on James Henry's siblings.
    James Henry Guerrier, s/o Hugues Guerrier and Susanna Elisabeth Greyi were from France, the Alsace Lorraine area. They lived in NYC 1840s and moved to New Jersey before 1860. There was a Guerrier Hotel in Plainfield or Westfield, Union County, New Jersey.



  • GRUMMAN, Ichabod, Jr., s/o Ichabod Grumman, Sr. & Bethia Lyons, was involved in the Scotch Plains Baptist Church in those early years. He, Hannah Bruen (his wife), a brother and a few others left the church and found the Lyons Farms Baptist Church. Ichabod, Jr., the Revolutionary War patriot, was the first burial at the Lyons Farms Baptist Church but this cemetery disappeared with the expansion of the church. Ichabod Grumman, Sr. and wife were buried in the Presbyterian Churchyard, Elizabethtown, NJ. Bethia Lyons was the dau/o Capt. Ebenezer Lyons and Elizabeth Winans who were buried in the Presbyterian Churchyard, Elizabethtown, NJ. Elizabeth Winans was the dau/o John Winans and Susannah Melyn. One Isaac Grumman, son of a Revolutionary War patriot, headed west and ended up in Guernsey County, Ohio.
    (Source: Internet, 31 May 2007, E-mail to ASH: Information Courtesy of: Joan Bretz)
    It is given that the Lyons Farms Baptist Church was formed from the Scotch Plains Baptist Church in 1769.

  • GUTHRIE, George (1)

  • GWYNETTE Family Gravestone
  • GWYNETTE, H. P., 1833-1913 (family gravestone)
  • GWYNETTE, Anna M., 1856-1922 (family gravestone)
  • GWYNETTE, "Our Elsie", 1893-1920 (family gravestone)
  • NELSON, Emma G., 1887-1957 (family gravestone)
    Emma appears to have been Emma (GWYNETTE) NELSON.

      

           
    Photos: 160, 163, 164, & 165: Shared 18 March 2008 by Carol Koehler as a genealogical act of kindness. Carol has no other knowledge about this family.






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