Yes Susan I happen to know quite a bit about Daniel Redner. He was born in 1796 in NYC. He married a Rachel Spencer in 1819. Her father was a James Spencer who fought in the Revolution in the Battle of Bunker Hill serving as a private in Col Israel Putnams Conn Reg April 1775 to Jan 1776. He reinlisted and served another year and was discharged on Jan 1 1777.Daniel Redner died at Southield in 1859. Rachel must be there also. They had eight children. William fought in the Civil War. Jackson was wonded in thebattle of the Wilderness, Daniel S. RednerII married Mary Gibney and moved to Highland Falls, NY, Anne married a Green and went West, Rachel maried a Jones, Elizabeth married a William Gregory, Catherine married a Crampton and lived in NewHaven COnn, and Jane married a John North from New Haven COnn. Daniel II and Mary Gibney had seven children: John, Daniel III, Margaret, Lawrence, Ellen, William ad Elizabeth. Daniel III (1868-1932) married Mary Agnes Morris and they had two children Wallace (1895-1953)and Morris. Wallace married Mazie Adolph and had two children Wallace II (1922-2000) and Mary (1919-) Wallace married Claire Shaller and they had four chidren Walace III, John, Joseph and Raymond. Joseph is my husband. The John Redner whose monument is in the old cemetary in Harriman is Daniel S Redner's brother. He was born in 1801. He and his brother must have come up from NY to work in the Southfield's furnance.Lita showed us the cemetary on Sunday. We never would have found it. My faher in law Wallace searched for years in that area for his ancestors. Daniel was his direct ancestor. A bit difficult getting into the cemetary. I hope your father found it worthwhile. We plan to return and further explore the other markers. Lita says there are 100 graves there.