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  1. jfrady

    Emmor W. Mick

    I called my grandmother last night, she was able to confirm that Emmor owned a sawmill but beyond that it gets a little hazy. Emmor passed away when she was a baby. She did say that he might have also owned a blueberry bog.
  2. jfrady

    Mapping Graves with a Trimble GPS

    Fascinating! The Garmin GLO looks like it would make a great companion for my DSLR camera in the future.
  3. jfrady

    Emmor W. Mick

    Some more evidence. Emmor listed his profession as "Lumber MFG" on his WWI draft registration card.
  4. jfrady

    Emmor W. Mick

    Harrington Hand is my great grandfather, he ran a butcher shop in Barnegat (Union Township). I'll have to give my grandmother a call this week and see if she knows anything about the sawmill.
  5. jfrady

    Mapping Graves with a Trimble GPS

    I just checked my email, it was $150 back in January. The software license that it came with was a nice bonus. I used to provide tech support for Trimble devices at my previous job so I was familiar with this configuration. Trimble GeoXT 2008 TerraSync 3.30 handheld software GPS Pathfinder...
  6. jfrady

    History of NJ Cranberry industry?

    Some remnants of the Jackson, NJ cranberry industry.
  7. jfrady

    Mapping Graves with a Trimble GPS

    Thought I'd share this here as it may be of some interest to some. I photograph a lot of cemeteries and I have been collecting positional data of gravestones to help locate them in the future but also to look for relational data based on their positions. For example, if there is a large...
  8. jfrady

    Emmor W. Mick

    Thanks for posting this here. Emmor W Mick is my great great great grandfather. I do not know much about him but I can share what I have here. I would love to find out more information on the sawmill and as to it's exact location. Emmor writing to his future wife Alice Cobb. Emmor in an...