Scotch Plains, NJ Data W


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

GENEALOGICAL INFORMATION, PHOTOS, & DATA

Alphabetical Listing by Surnames (last name)

W

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.



  • M.E.W. (footstone)
    [This stone probably marks the burial for someone with the surname initial of "W.".
    Photo 133 shared 19 March 2008 by Carol Koehler as a genealogical act of kindness. Carol has no other knowledge about this family.


  • WAHL, Anthony, 1848-???? (gravestone)
  • WAHL, Louise [--?--], 1846-1916, wf/o Anthony WAHL, (gravestone)
    Photo 104 shared 6 Jun 2007 by Carol Koehler as a genealogical act of kindness. Carol has no other knowledge about this family.


  • WALPOLE (group gravestone)
  • WALPOLE, Robert, 1833-1920 (group gravestone)
  • WALPOLE, Ann, "his wife," 1833-1916 (group gravestone)
  • WALPOLE, Emeline, 1856-1872 (group gravestone)
    [This gravestone's other side has inscriptions for the DOBBING family. ASH]
    Photo 183 shared 19 March 2008 by Carol Koehler as a genealogical act of kindness. Carol has no other knowledge about this family.


  • WALPOLE, Sarah (--?--), born about 1837; "Died April 14, 1896 in the 59 year of her age" "Wife of Robert WALPOLE" (gravestone)
    [Sarah appears to have been Robert's first wife. ASH]
      
    Photo 209 shared 19 March 2008 by Carol Koehler as a genealogical act of kindness. Carol has no other knowledge about this family.


  • WARD (group gravestone)
    [Maiden names unknown. Relationships unknown.]
  • WARD, Edward C., 1854-1937 (group gravestone)
  • WARD, Florence F., 1881-1969 (group gravestone)
  • WARD, Frances E., 1854-1929 (group gravestone)
  • WARD, Willa E., 1905-1921 (group gravestone)
  • WARD, William E., 1881-1952 (group gravestone)
  • WARD, William F., 1914-1993 (group gravestone)

    Photos 144-145 shared 19 March 2008 by Carol Koehler as a genealogical act of kindness. Carol has no other knowledge about this family.


  • WESTCOTT FAMILY STONE
    Photo 128 shared 19 March 2008 by Carol Koehler as a genealogical act of kindness. Carol has no other knowledge about this family.


  • WESTCOTT, Dr. F. W., 1849-1924 (gravestone)
    Photo 134 shared 19 March 2008 by Carol Koehler as a genealogical act of kindness. Carol has no other knowledge about this family.


  • WESTWOOD/WESTBROOK, Lydia married 1764 Scotch Plains Baptist Church to Thomas LAYTON.
    See: WESTWOOD Genforum Posting by Pauline LAYTON who give BIBLE RECORD as her source.

  • WILCOX, Harriet D., Sept. 12, 1862-Feb 4, 1901 (gravestone)
    Photo 225 shared 19 March 2008 by Carol Koehler as a genealogical act of kindness. Carol has no other knowledge about this family.


  • WILCOX, Irene, 1849-1916, "Wife of Charles Haberle" "At Rest" (gravestone)
    Photo 224 shared 19 March 2008 by Carol Koehler as a genealogical act of kindness. Carol has no other knowledge about this family.


  • WILCOX, Mercy A. [See: Mercy A. (WILCOX) BANNISTER]

  • WILLCOX, Peter (Jr.)
    Peter, s/o Peter Willcockse b: abt. 1691 England & Phoebe Badgley b: abt. 1698 Flushing, Long Island, NY, was born abt. 1718 Jamaica, Long Island, NY; married Elizabeth MILLER; died 27 Feb 1764 New Providence, NJ. Elizabeth was dau/o Enoch MILLER & Eliza ROSS.
    It would appear from this will that Peter was a member of the Scotch Plains Baptist Church.

    1764, Feb. 24 Willcock, Peter, Jr., of Borough of Elizabeth, Essex Co., yeoman; will of. Sons, David and Noah, my plantation, and it is to be divided by a line running from my brother John's grist mill. Eldest daughter, Bette Willcock, £70. My second daughter, Phebe Willcock, £60. Third daughter, Hannah Willcock, £50 when 18. My 3 youngest daughters Sabra, Joanah and Mary, £50, when 18. To the Baptist Church on Scotch Plains, £20. Wife, Elizabeth, £30. Executors---wife, Elizabeth, and Joseph Allen. Witnesses--- Uriah Daniels, Benjamin Gray, William Willcock. Proved March 6, 1764


    WOJNAROWSKI (group gravestone)
    WOJNAROWSKI, Elizabeth 1893-1965, assumed wf/o Stanley WOJNAROWSKI (group gravestone)
    WOJNAROWSKI, Stanley 1888-1968 (group gravestone)
    WOJNAROWSKI, Caroline 1916-1929, (group gravestone) perhaps dau/o Stanley & Elizabeth (--?--) WOJNAROWSKI
    Photo 3 shared 6 Jun 2007 by Carol Koehler as a genealogical act of kindness. Carol has no other knowledge about this family.
    [Note: The attached photo was taken from the corner of Grand Street and along Forest Road. ck]






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