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She was a wonderful lady and had such a store of knowledge about our common Peterman family line. My head would spin because she would rattle off all of these names and relationships and stories about the Petermans so quickly.

I remember frantically trying to write it all down!

I first met her at the Columbia County Historical & Genealogical Library in September 2002.

We corresponded by email and I saw her twice more when we both happened to be in Columbia County in 20.

She posted and answered on just about every genealogy forum that pertained to her family.

Now I am sure she is hunting those relatives down up there.

In 1955, John became a commissioned officer, serving at ammunition depots in New Jersey and California.

He also spent time on the USS Henrico APA45 as a gunnery officer, and then on the USS Sperry AS12 as a weapons repair officer.

That's a wonderful plan to have a page on the Sullivan Genweb site honoring Helen.Many of these people are relatives and I've heard the names all my life.I also know many people in those years could not read or write so we should be thankful to those who struggled to do so.Guess today teachers accept various names without question. Gabriels Cemetery in Columbia County who turned out to be a Peterman cousin. Alexander Colley, brother of Anne, also owned many acres of land in now Norristown and Montgomery Co., Penna.

She had letters written from 1841 to 1871 to her stepson, William Bartleson Peterman. Alexander married Abigail Coulston, a Quaker, had a son named Jonathan Colley. Her brother Cephas Bartleson married Ann Batcheler.The land sale of property in Perth Amboy, NJ, took place in 1786.