and History of BURLINGTON COUNTY, New Jersey
With Bits and pieces
concerning MERCER County, New Jersey
11 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. Burlington, a provincial
capital : historical sketches of Burlington, New Jersey, and neighborhood
United States: unknown, c1945, De Cou, George. 261 pgs.
|2. History of Burlington
and Mercer counties, New Jersey, with biographical sketches of many
of their pioneers and prominent men Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1883,
Woodward, E. M. 1068 pgs.
|3. Biographical review
: containing life sketches of leading citizens of Camden and Burlington
Counties, New Jersey. Boston: Biographical Review Publishing Co., 1897,
|4. A brief memoir of one
of New Jersey's neglected sons, Samuel J. Smith, "a lost poet," with
some reminiscences of Burlington by a sexagenarian : a paper read before
the New Jersey Historical Society, May 17, 1860 United States: unknown,
1860, Smith, J. Jay 18 pgs.
|5. The Burlington court
book : a record of Quaker jurisprudence in West New Jersey, 1680-1709
Washington, D.C.: American Historical Association, 1944, 430 pgs.
|6. A history of the village
of Hamilton Square, Mercer County, New Jersey : being also a history
of the section now included in Mercer and Burlington Counties, names of
first settlers and acres owned, Nottingham township, churches and burying
grounds. Trenton, N.J.: John L. Murphy, State Gazette, 1876, West,
Joseph Harrison, 42 pgs.
|7. A story of the public
schools of Burlington County, New Jersey including allied organizations
and agencies : a historical, narrative, and pictorial review Riverton,
N.J.: Press of the New Era, 1943, 249 pgs.
|8. The one hundred and fiftieth
anniversary of the founding of the Friendly Institution of Burlington,
New Jersey United States: Friendly Institution, 1946, 31 pgs.
|9. Eric Mullica and his
descendants : a Swedish pioneer in New Jersey together with a description
of the Mullica River region in Burlington and Atlantic counties, N.J.,
and an account of the early generations of the family in the vicinity of
Mullica Hill and Swedeboro, Gloucester County, N.J. New Gretna,
N.J.: C.J. Werner, 1930, Werner, Charles J. 117 pgs.
|10. The Reeves family
: Walter Reeve of Burlington County, New Jersey, and a number of his descendants
through ten generations, 1650-1930, Merchantville, N.J.,
c1930, Reeves, Samuel V. 103 pgs.
|11. Genealogy of the descendants
of Thomas French : who came to America from Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire,
England and settled in Berlinton, Burlington, in the province and country
of West New Jersey, of which he was one of the original proprietors, together
with William Penn, Edward Byllynge, Thomas Olive, Gauen Laurie and others,
Philadelphia: French, 1909-1913, French, Howard Barclay 1352 pgs.
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