This is information I got from a Ward Family Bible (typed copy) submitted by Donald A. Sinclair 2/6/1942. I got it at Rutgers.
Thomas Ward/Lydia Slover (their names were not in the bible, just some notes about them, which may or may not be correct)
son - John Ward 3/22/1840-11/5/1925
m Anna Eliza McDermott b 1/14/1845 d 4/21/1911
(her parents: Thomas McDermott/Jane Little - again in the notes, not the bible records)
John and Anna's 6 Children:
1 -Charles Henry Ward b 6/15/1863 d 7/8/1873
2 - Mary Emma? Ward b 10/11/1866 d 1/11/1867
3 -Anna Eliza Ward b 2/29/1868
She was the owner of the bible and died after Jan,1942
m Charles Dahmer 2/29/1892(3 children) d 3/17/1911
3a Mae Elizabeth Dahmer b 12/26/1893
m Russell Stewart Bishop 6/14/1916(2 children)
- had 1 boy, 1 girl
3b Charles Warren Dahmer b 11/28/1896
m Reba Scargle 3/28/1925
- had 2 sons
3c Claire Estelle Dahmer b 2/20/1904
m Alfred Wilmurt Freese 10/31/1925
- had 1 son
4 -Mamie E. Ward b 3/6/1871 d 1/23/1876
5 - Sarah Ward b 3/1/1877 d 6/28/1877
6 - John Henry Ward b 4/30/1879 d 11/17/1885
I left off some children, because they are probably still alive.
So, Ann Eliza Ward was the only one to survive of the 6 kids
I'm assuming that: Anna Eliza McDermott b 1/14/1845 d 4/21/1911 is my great great grandmother's sister. Fanny McDermott - her death certificate - 12/5/1912 lists father as John McDermott, born Ireland and Joan/Jane (can't read it) Little, born Ireland. She died in Hoboken.
When Charles Dahmer and Anna E. Ward got married, Lillie M. Spader and Frank A Neuman were witnesses. I'm a Spader. Lillie is Fannie's daughter. She eventually married Frank Neuman. They are buried at Grove Church Cemetary, North Bergen, NJ They did not attend that church, but most of them were buried there, including Fannie and her husband Jacob Spader.
I also cam across a Hannah Zogg Dahmer. Obit 1/6/1994 The News Tribune. Age 100, formerly of New Brunswick