and History of SUSSEX County, New Jersey
8 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey : with illustrations and
biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers Philadelphia: Everts
& Peck, 1881, Snell, James P., 909 pgs.
to Snell's history of Sussex County, N.J.
: Adams, Beatrice Mitten. 214 pgs.
Stickney's 1895 history of Sussex, New Jersey: Baltimore, Stickney,
Charles E., 106 pgs.
clippings from the Sussex register: Newton, N.J.: The Register,
1897-1899, 333 pgs.
historical directory of Sussex County, N.J. : containing a brief summary
of events from its first settlement, with descriptive and historical notices
of each town : also, the name and post office address of each freeholder
Andover, N.J.: Webb, Edward A., 1872, 142 pgs.
and reminiscences, together with sketches of the early history of Sussex
County, New Jersey: Hackensack, N.J, 1907, Schaeffer, Casper,
County residents who have died in the service of their country during wartime
: contains a list of Sussex County residents who have died in the
service, 22 pgs.
New Jersey : a history of Somerset, Morris, Hunterdon, Warren and Sussex
counties: New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1978
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