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Genealogy and History of GLOUCESTER County, New Jersey

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CD Contents
  14 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
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  pgs. 
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  pgs. 
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, 104  pgs. 
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  pgs. 

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