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----- Original Message -----
From: "Pat & James Jackson" <patsy.jackson2(a)gte.net>
Sent: Tuesday, June 20, 2000 8:15 PM
Subject: [D-Col] TOTOWA OLD DUTCH CHURCH
> I'm sure most of you know about this site but in case some don't and
would be interested ...
> Ancestry.com has records from the Totowa Old Dutch Church 1755-1827
on its website. It has over 2500 records and is very slow to research
due to the way names were spelled during that time. Totowa was a small
town in Passaic County, NJ. I was able to find my Banta, Demarest,
Terhune, DeMott and Meet names in the records of this church.
Your David is not famliar to me so I am sending this cc to the LaForge
mailing list. Hopefully, one of them can help you. About when was your
Elizabeth LaForge born?
Pat Hite wrote:
> Charlotte, Do you have a David LaForge Mercer in your line? David was
> born in Clinton Co, OH. His mother: Elizabeth LaForge. His father:
> Simon Mercer. We find him next in Farmer City--Bloomington, IL. Pat
> Mercer Hite--Indy
I just noticed in our archives that i message i sent in April is
not listed so I'm posting again. Sorry if it's a duplication.
Further research (birth records of his children and some census
records) have confirmed that the correct birth year for James C. LeForge
should be 1864 rather than 1863. James is the son of Ephraim LeForge and
Cynthia Ann Pound of Vigo Co., IN.
Look for LeForge gravestones for James and his family to be
erected in Highlawn Cemetery of Terre Haute by the end of July.