8 edition of History of the church in Burlington, New Jersey found in the catalog.
|Statement||By the Rev. George Morgan Hills.|
|LC Classifications||BX5919.B9 H5 1876|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||739|
|LC Control Number||32018153|
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The history of Burlington, New Jersey: from the early European arrivals in the Delaware to the quarter millennial anniversary, inof the settlement by English Quakers in Family History Library Transcript of the parish record of St.
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History of Burlington Meeting House Burlington purchased. Inrepresentatives of the West Jersey Proprietors bought from the Lenape Nation the land where Burlington City is now and roughly 15 miles of land along the river in each direction.
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29 () Digital version at Internet Archive - free.; New Jersey, State Census, at FamilySearch - How to Use this Collection. Mary's Episcopal Church is a historic Episcopal parish in Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey, United original church was built in It was supplemented with a new church on adjacent land in Onthe new church was added to the National Register of Historic Places and on Jit was declared a National Historic ect: Richard Upjohn et al.
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History of the church in Burlington, New Jersey; History of the church in Burlington, New Jersey; by Hills, George Morgan, Publication date Topics Burlington, N.J. Mary's church Publisher Trenton, N.J., W. Sharp, printer Collection Princeton; americana Digitizing sponsor Princeton Theological Seminary Library ContributorPages: Get this from a library.
History of the church in Burlington, New Jersey; comprising the facts and incidents of nearly two hundred years, from original, contemporaneous sources. [George Morgan Hills].
Burlington County, New Jersey was created on as one of two original counties created in West county was named for the old ancient name for an inland market near Bridlington, England. Burlington County is bordered by Mercer County (north), Monmouth County (northeast), Ocean County (east), Atlantic County (south), Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
The Burlington County Library System has planned a series of Black History Month events, including poetry and book discussions, movies, and more for all ages in various towns and cities. History of the church in Burlington, New Jersey: comprising the facts and incidents of nearly two hundred years, from original, contemporaneous sources Family History Library Monthly meeting records, (Society of Friends.
Come, discover years of history by the banks of the Delaware River in the historical City of Burlington. Founded inThe City of Burlington was once the capital of West Jersey. Then, travel to the Industrial Village of Smithville in Eastampton or visit the majesty of Batsto Village nestled in the Pinelands.
Burlington Township was established in and celebrated its th anniversary in Our community has a deep history involving Quakers who traveled from Europe to settle in the new world. Burlington served as the capital of New Jersey during.
Burlington County New Jersey NEW JERSEY CALENDAR OF WILLS H-R. Source: "Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey," Volume XXLII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol.
; By William Nelson; The Press Printing and Publishing Co., ; transcribed by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team. : Early Church Records of Burlington County, New Jersey, Volume 3 (): Charlotte D. Meldrum: BooksFormat: Paperback. Mary's Episcopal Church in Burlington, New Jersey is not just a local treasure, but also a state and national one, as well.
Mary's Parish was founded in and the 5/5(4). Burlington County, NJ Vital Records. Where can find Burlington County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records. Burlington County vital records can be found at the New Jersey Department of Health has copies of Birth, Marriage and Death records from to the present.
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The rich history of Burlington City is the subject of a new book recently released through the South Jersey Culture and History Center at Stockton University, the university announced Monday : Anthony Bellano.
A postcard depicting Burlington's first dedicated libray building. The picture looks mid/3rd quarter 19th century or so to me. Inthe date this card was mailed, this was the Burlington Library Another view of the Burlington Library from the early s Burlington Library at 23 West Union Street around - HABS Burlington - James Lawrence School about A view of.
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African Americans were living on “Burlington Island” as early asone of the earliest places in New Jersey to have a black presence.
Bythe county had the largest free black. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Early church records of Burlington County, New Jersey by Charlotte D.
Meldrum,Family Line Publications edition, in EnglishAuthor: Charlotte D. Meldrum. Filed under: New Jersey -- History. Stories of New Jersey (New York et al.: American Book Co., ), by Frank R. Stockton (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML) New Jersey as a royal province to (New York, ), by Edgar Jacob Fisher (page images at HathiTrust) The story of an old farm; or, Life in New Jersey in the eighteenth.
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The History of Burlington, New Jersey From the Early European Arrivals in the Delaware to the Quarter Millennial Anniversary by Schermerhorn, William E. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Burlington Pharmacy, New Jersey's oldest pharmacy in continuous operation, was a well-known gathering spot for South Jersey's midth-century abolitionists.
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His wife died shortly after their arrival in New Jersey and on Eighth month 6th,be married Margaret Collier of Marcus Hook “on ye Delaware River” at Burlington Meeting. Daniel, the second son of Thomas Leeds and his first wife, was the progenitor of the Leeds family in Burlington County.
Mayflower Pilgrim Descendants in Cape May County, New Jersey —reprint ed. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing, (Family History Library book D2h; film item 1; fiche ) Digital version at Google Books.
Scots. The proprietors of East Jersey actively solicited Scottish settlers. Burlington County, New Jersey History Anglo-European records of Burlington County date towhen its court was established in the Province of West Jersey.
The county was formed on"by the union of the first and second Tenths.".The provincial dual capitals of Perth Amboy in East Jersey and Burlington in West Jersey also survived until Trenton became the state capital in These records include many of New Jersey's earliest extant land records.
To date, the database covers the following books: East Jersey: Survey Book L () and O () and Liber II.New Jersey's first recorded African presence (Burlington Island Dutch Colony,see 1 on Map) The oldest Episcopal Church in New Jersey (Old ’s see 18 on map) N.J.’s oldest pharmacy in continuous operation (Burlington Pharmacy see 8 on map).