and History of CUMBERLAND County, New Jersey
12 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
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.
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
County marriages Merchantville, N.J.: H. Stanley Craig, Craig, H. Stanley,
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.
tales of Cumberland County New Jersey: Covers the county's early history
Bridgeton, N.J.: Evening News Co., 197 pgs.
days in Cumberland County, New Jersey, 1855-1865 : political and war
time reminiscences New Jersey: 1907, Nichols, Isaac T., 258
inscriptions, Presbyterian Church, Fairfield, Cumberland County New Jersey:1915,
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.
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.,
sketches of leading citizens of Cumberland County, New Jersey:
Boston, Biographical Review Publishing Co., 1896, 552 pgs.
Jersey marriages: supplementing the Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester,
and Salem County marriage records Merchantville, N.J.: H.S. Craig, Craig,
H. Stanley, 171 pgs.
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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