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Genealogy and History of CUMBERLAND County, New Jersey

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CD Contents
  12 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Cumberland County, New Jersey genealogical data : records pertaining to persons residing in Cumberland County prior to 1800 Merchantville, N.J.: H. Stanley Craig, Craig, H. Stanley, 248  pgs.
2.  Gouldtown, a very remarkable settlement of ancient date : studies of some sturdy examples of the simple life, together with sketches of early colonial history of Cumberland County and southern New Jersey and some early genealogical records Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1913, Steward, William, 268  pgs. 
3.  Cumberland County marriages Merchantville, N.J.: H. Stanley Craig, Craig, H. Stanley, 335  pgs. 
4.  History of the early settlement and progress of Cumberland County, New Jersey, and of the currency of this and the adjoining colonies Bridgeton, N.J.: George F. Nixon, 1869, Elmer, Lucius Q. C., 142  pgs. 
5.  Historical tales of Cumberland County New Jersey: Covers the county's early history Bridgeton, N.J.: Evening News Co., 197  pgs. 
6.  Historic days in Cumberland County, New Jersey, 1855-1865 : political and war time reminiscences New Jersey: 1907,  Nichols, Isaac T., 258  pgs. 
7.  Tombstone inscriptions, Presbyterian Church, Fairfield, Cumberland County New Jersey:1915, 240  pgs. 
8.  History of the counties of Gloucester, Salem, and Cumberland, New Jersey : with biographical sketches of their prominent citizens Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1883, Cushing, Thomas, 876  pgs. 
9.  History of Port Elizabeth, Cumberland County, New Jersey, down to the present time (1885) with an article on its resources and a full account of the late centennial celebration Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1885, Bowen, F. W., 61  pgs. 
10.  Biographical sketches of leading citizens of Cumberland County, New Jersey:  Boston, Biographical Review Publishing Co., 1896, 552  pgs.  
11.  South Jersey marriages: supplementing the Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem County marriage records Merchantville, N.J.: H.S. Craig, Craig, H. Stanley, 171  pgs.      
12.  Biographical sketches of eminent men: portraits of a few prominent persons who settled in early times in the counties of Salem and Cumberland, N.J. : brief memorials of their lives Camden, N.J.: Graw, Garrigues & Graw, printers, 1889, Swing, Gilbert S., 397  pgs. 

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