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Richard Jacques commented on Dianne Sims's blog post DeHart land at Kuhlthau Ave & Main Street
"I now must hoist myself on the pitard of my own assumption. The 1923 deed transfer was not the result of the death of William Jr in 1923. William Jr died in 1917, as listed on the Milltown Fire Department In Memorium list. In the 1920 census,…"
Oct 18, 2010
Richard Jacques left a comment for Dianne Sims
"My dad died in 1999. My mom still lives in the same house on Bruce Court. She's slowing down, but she's 83 so its allowed. I figured you were related to Mike because how many Sims can there be in Milltown who remember Jimmy. He died in…"
Oct 5, 2010
Dianne Sims left a comment for Richard Jacques
"Mike Sims is my older brother. I remember when Mike would talk of Jimmy. I didn't know Jimmy, since he and Mike were about 8 yrs older than me. I do know they were close friends and I know Mike was deeply affected by Jimmy's death.…"
Oct 5, 2010
Richard Jacques left a comment for Dianne Sims
"Yep. His younger brother. And what is your relationship to Mike Sims? I know ROOTSWEB. But the SSDI only works for people who worked and died after SS started in the 1930's. The trick is to connect the non Kuhlthau named Kuhlthaus. In two years…"
Oct 5, 2010
Dianne Sims commented on Dianne Sims's blog post DeHart land at Kuhlthau Ave & Main Street
"Rich, one of my favorite websites is: www.rootsweb.com ; Search Engines and Data Bases=Social Security Death Index is a Free search. Go to Advanced Search enter just the last name of Kuhlthau and Last Residence as NJ. You might find what you need. I…"
Oct 5, 2010
Richard Jacques commented on Dianne Sims's blog post DeHart land at Kuhlthau Ave & Main Street
"Now I'll make an assumption. William Sr and his wife both died in 1920. I'm guessing that Mary, Charles and William Jr were the only children left alive and became heirs. When WIlliam Jr died around 1923, his heirs, Josephine and Russell…"
Oct 5, 2010
Dianne Sims commented on Dianne Sims's blog post DeHart land at Kuhlthau Ave & Main Street
"Thank you Rich for filling in some of the blanks. Unfortunately we don't see the whole picture by just reading the deeds of record. Sometimes there are no qualification of Junior or Senior. And even when the deed describes the specific…"
Oct 5, 2010
Richard Jacques commented on Dianne Sims's blog post DeHart land at Kuhlthau Ave & Main Street
"Conrad Kuhlthau's brother was William Kuhlthau who married Sarah Doll. He was the only William Kuhlthau old enough to buy the house in 1865. He died in 1920. The William Kuhlthau mentioned in the blog was his son, who married Josephine…"
Sep 29, 2010
Barbara Wright commented on Dianne Sims's blog post DeHart land at Kuhlthau Ave & Main Street
"What are you wondering? Who was the original owner?"
Sep 18, 2010
Dianne Sims posted a blog post

DeHart land at Kuhlthau Ave & Main Street

Some of us were wondering about the old house and land at the corner of Main St and Kuhlthau Ave. I have research the county records and have information back to 1858.3/29/1858 DBK 77-668 from Thomas Snowhire to Conrad Kuhlthau3/22/1865 DBK 97-158 from Conrad Kuhlthau to William Kuhlthau6/13/1923 DBK 747-263 from William heirs: Russell Kuhlthau (wife Blanche)and Josephine Kuhlthau (widow)to Charles H. Kuhlthau and Mary M. DeHart2/13/1930 DBK 980-206 from Charles H. Kuhlthau (wife Frederica)to…See More
Aug 23, 2010
Dorothy Holzapfel left a comment for Dianne Sims
"Hi Diane, it is Kathy and Dot writing to you from Dot's computer after tonight's meeting. We are thrilled that you came to the meeting and are enthusiastic about getting involved!"
Jul 20, 2010
Barbara Wright left a comment for Dianne Sims
"You never know Dianne, if you show up we might just get "hysterical"! It was good seeing you at the Garden Party."
Jul 13, 2010
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Jul 12, 2010
Barbara Wright left a comment for Dianne Sims
"Welcome! Check out some of our resources, like all the Milltown History links. You can add a blog post or a discussion topic, or respond or comment to anything you see here. You can also add any photos or videos that you have. We're glad to…"
Jul 9, 2010

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Did your parents/ grandparents live in Milltown? If so, what were their names?
Ira A. Sims, Jr
Jonoliver H. Sims

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DeHart land at Kuhlthau Ave & Main Street

Some of us were wondering about the old house and land at the corner of Main St and Kuhlthau Ave. I have research the county records and have information back to 1858.

3/29/1858 DBK 77-668 from Thomas Snowhire to Conrad Kuhlthau…

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Posted on August 24, 2010 at 8:03am — 6 Comments

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At 8:00am on July 9, 2010, Barbara Wright said…
Welcome! Check out some of our resources, like all the Milltown History links. You can add a blog post or a discussion topic, or respond or comment to anything you see here. You can also add any photos or videos that you have. We're glad to have you as a member here, and hope that you can join us at our monthly meeting at the Annex (back) building at the Museum which will probably be a week from Tuesday.
At 10:02pm on July 13, 2010, Barbara Wright said…
You never know Dianne, if you show up we might just get "hysterical"! It was good seeing you at the Garden Party.
At 9:30pm on July 20, 2010, Dorothy Holzapfel said…
Hi Diane, it is Kathy and Dot writing to you from Dot's computer after tonight's meeting. We are thrilled that you came to the meeting and are enthusiastic about getting involved!
At 6:31pm on October 5, 2010, Richard Jacques said…
Yep. His younger brother. And what is your relationship to Mike Sims? I know ROOTSWEB. But the SSDI only works for people who worked and died after SS started in the 1930's. The trick is to connect the non Kuhlthau named Kuhlthaus. In two years the 1940 census becomes public. Until then the best source is old newspapers and all obituaries.
At 9:31pm on October 5, 2010, Richard Jacques said…
My dad died in 1999. My mom still lives in the same house on Bruce Court. She's slowing down, but she's 83 so its allowed. I figured you were related to Mike because how many Sims can there be in Milltown who remember Jimmy. He died in 1967. Its an assumption that worked. And I know Mike stopped by and visited with my mom I think about 8-9 years ago. Say Hi to him for me.

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