The Delaware River Region Of New Jersey
SPECIAL Bundle of FIVE CDs (50 Text) Covering "The Delaware River Region Of New Jersey"
CD 1, "Genealogy and History of MERCER County, New Jersey"
Contents - 12 Searchable Text as described
of Mercer and Burlington counties, New Jersey,
with biographical sketches of many of their pioneers and prominent men
Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1883, Woodward, E. M., 1068 pgs.
history of Trenton, 1679-1929, two hundred and fifty years of a notable
town with links in four centuries Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University
Press, 1929, 1148 pgs.
newspapers, 1778-1932 Trenton, N.J.: Trenton Times Newspapers, 1932,
Johnston, Elma Lawson 67 pgs.
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, 42 pgs.
of the city of Trenton, New Jersey, embracing a period of nearly two hundred
years, commencing in 1676 . Trenton, N.J.: W.T. Nicholson & Co.,
1871, Raum, John O 464 pgs.
sketch of Trinity Church Trenton, New Jersey from the founding of the parish
in the year 1858 to the year 1910 Trenton, N.J.: Trenton True American
Printing Co., 1910, Schuyler, Hamilton, 57 pgs.
of State Street Methodist Episcopal Church, Trenton, N.J. Trenton,
N.J., 1886, 69 pgs.
hundred and twenty five years, 1712-1937 : First Presbyterian Church,
Trenton, New Jersey. New Jersey, 1937, 36 pgs.
of the Presbyterian Church in Trenton, N.J. from the first settlement of
the town Trenton, N.J.: MacCrellish & Quigley, 1912, Hall, John,
history of St. Michael's Church, Trenton : in the diocese of New Jersey
from its foundation in the year of our Lord, 1703 to 1726.
Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1926, Schuyler, Hamilton,
a tale of the Revolution, or, Life, labors and death of Rev. John Rosbrugh
: pastor of Greenwich, Oxford and Mansfield Woodhouse (Washington)
Presbyterian Churches, N.J., from 1764 to 1769, and of Allen Township Church,
Pa., from 1769 to 1777 : chaplain in the Continental Army, clerical martyr
of the Revolution, killed by Hessians, in the Battle of Assunpink, at Trenton,
New Jersey, Jan. 2d, 1777 Easton Pa.: Clyde, John C., 1880, 104 pgs.
Huguenots on the Hackensack : a paper read before the Huguenot Society
of America in the French Church du Saint-Esprit, New York, April 13, 1885
: before the New Jersey Historical Society at Trenton, January 26, 1886
: before the New Brunswick Historical Club, February 18, 1886 : and in
the North Reformed Church of Schraalenberg, N.J., February 19, 1886 N.J.:
Demarest, David D., 1886, 24 pgs.
CD 2, "Genealogy and History of BURLINGTON County, New Jersey"
Contents - 11 Searchable Text as described
|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.
CD 3, "Genealogy and History of CAMDEN County, New Jersey"
Contents - 7 Searchable Text as described
|1. Biographical review :
containing life sketches of leading citizens of Camden and Burlington Counties,
New Jersey. Boston: Biographical Review Publishing Co., 1897, 526
|2. Camden County, New Jersey
marriages : records filed in the office of the county clerk Merchantville,
N.J.: H.S. Craig, 19--?, Craig, H. Stanley, 195 pgs
|3. Revolutionary reminiscences
of Camden County, (originally part of "Old Gloucester"), state of New
Jersey Camden, N.J.: S. Chew, 1876, Clement, John, 38 pgs.
|4. Life and letters of Mary
S. Lippincott : late of Camden, New Jersey, a minister in the Society
of Friends. Philadelphia: W.H. Pile's Sons, printers, 1893, Lippincott,
Mary S. 284 pgs.
|5. Samuel Spicer and his
descendants : with some notices of the early settlements of Camden
and Cape May Counties, New Jersey, Stevenson, John R., 189-?, 21
|6. History of Camden County
in the great war, 1917-1918 Camden, N.J.: Publicity and Historical
Committee, 1919, 232 pgs.
|7. A local history of Camden
commencing with its early settlement, incorporation, and public and
private improvements, brought up to the present day Camden, N.J.: Francis
A. Cassedy, 1858, Fisler, Lorenzo F., 64 pgs.
CD 4, "Genealogy and History of GLOUCESTER County, New Jersey"
Contents - 14 Searchable Text as described
|1. 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.
|2. Sketches of the first
emigrant settlers in Newton Township, Old Gloucester County, West New Jersey
Camden, N.J.: Sinnickson Chew, 1877, Clement, John, 452 pgs.
|3. Index of names of Notes
on Old Gloucester County Hartford, Conn., (Below)
Shaw, Margaret S. Race, 1945, 47 pgs.
|4. Notes on old Gloucester
County, New Jersey : historical records published by the New Jersey
Society of Pennsylvania New Jersey, 1917,Stewart, Frank H., 982 pgs.
|5. Gloucester County residents,
1850 United States: G. & F. Gibson, Gibson, George, 337 pgs.
|6. Gloucester County in
the Civil War Woodbury, N.J.:, abt 1939, Stewart, Frank H. 928
|7. Transcriptions of early
county records of New Jersey : Gloucester County series : slave documents
Newark, N.J.: Historical Records Survey, 1940, 82 pgs.
|8. The Organization and
minutes of the Gloucester County Court, 1686-7 : some loose papers
pertaining to our earliest court. Also, Gloucester County ear mark book,
1686-1728 Woodbury, N.J.: Gloucester County Historical Society, 1930, 48
|9. Index to The History
of Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey,
(Below) 1945, 50 pgs.
|10. The history of Bethel
Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey, 1945 N.J.:,
1945, Simpson, Walter Aborn, 249 pgs.
|11. Gloucester County under
the proprietors Woodbury, N.J.:, 1942, Stewart, Frank H. 46 pgs.
|12..Gloucester County in
the eighteen-fifties : being the diary of John Cawman Eastlack. Woodbury,
N.J.: Gloucester County Historical Society, 1952, Eastlack, John Cawman,
|13. Copies of wills taken
from will book B, Gloucester County, New Jersey Surrogate's Office
at Woodbury, New Jersey, 1952 United States: unknown, 1952, 112 pgs.
|14. South Jersey marriages
: supplementing the Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem County
marriage records Merchantville, N.J.: H.S. Craig, Craig, H. Stanley, 171
CD 5, "Genealogy and History of SALEM County, New Jersey"
Contents - 6 Searchable Text as described
County wills : recorded in the Office of the Surrogate at Salem, New
Jersey : 1831-1860 Merchantville, N.J.: H.S. Craig, Craig, H. Stanley,
County marriage records: Merchantville, N.J., H.S. Craig,
1928, Craig, H. Stanley, 295 pgs.
for guardians : from the minutes of the Salem County, New Jersey, Orphans'
Court Merchantville, N.J.: H.S. Craig, Craig, H. Stanley, 134 pgs.
John Fenwick : colonizer and founder of the first permanent English
speaking colony on the Delaware River, Salem County, New Jersey, 1675 Woodbury,
N.J.: Stewart, Frank H., 1939, 75 pgs.
history of Salem County, New Jersey : being the story of John Fenwick's
colony, the oldest English speaking settlement on the Delaware River Salem,
N.J.: Sunbeam Pub. Co., Sickler, Joseph S., 400 pgs.
of ye olden days in Salem County, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Salem,
N.J., Van Meter, Anna Hunter, 1892, 100 pgs.
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