Genealogy and History of SOMERSET County, New Jersey
12 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
First things in old Somerset : a collection of articles relating to Somerset
County, N.J. : including sketches of Washington Rock, Chimney Rock and a
list of the freeholders in Somerset County in 1790 Somerville, N.J.: D.N.
Messler, 1899, Messler, Abraham, 175 pgs.
Somerset County, 250 years Somerville, N.J.: Somerville Trust Co., abt
1938, 192 pgs.
The Somerset hills : being a brief record of significant facts in the
early history of the hill country of Somerset County, New Jersey New York:
New Amsterdam Book Co., 1900, Schumacher, Ludwig 140 pgs.
Sketches and papers relating to the revolutionary days in Somerset County,
General Frelinghuysen Chapter, D.A.R., 1903-1906, 100 pgs.
of births in the township of Bernards, county of Somerset, state of New Jersey,
contains list of births in Bernards, N.J. completed by Mrs. Edmund M. Oehlers,
Somerset gazette (Extra no. 2): containing all
the articles on county affairs published in "The Gazette" from June 19 to
Oct. 1 1879. Somerville, N.J.: Nelson, William, 1879, 86 pgs.
Somerset County, 1688-1938 : a chronology with tales from the past :
a bicentennial project Somerville, N.J.: Published by Somerset Press, by
Clark, Havens and Hoagland, 119 pgs.
Centennial history of Somerset County Somerville N.J.: C.M. Jameson,
1878, Messler, Abraham, 198 pgs.
Story of a New Jersey land : being an account of the chain of events
by which lands along the Mine Brook in Somerset County purchased in 1752
of the heirs of William Penn by Jonathan Whitaker become the property of
Blanche and William H. Page, in 1902, 1907, Voorhees, Oscar M. 53 pgs.
Early history of Lutheranism in Hunterdon and Somerset Counties, N.J.
: 1900, Traver, C. H. 32 pgs.
First Presbyterian Church, Somerset and Middlesex Counties, Bound Brook,
New Jersey : founded in 1688, 1900, 37 pgs.
Minutes of the meetings of the justices and chosen freeholders for the county
of Somerset, May 13, 1772 to September 2, 1822 Somerville, N.J.: Somerset
County, 379 pgs.
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