2 edition of History of Port Elizabeth, Cumberland County, New Jersey found in the catalog.
History of Port Elizabeth, Cumberland County, New Jersey
F. W. Bowen
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Springtown is an unincorporated community in Greenwich Township, in Cumberland County, New Jersey, United States. Springtown is located approximately 6 mi ( km) west of Bridgeton, New Jersey. Springtown, and the nearby community of Othello, were both founded shortly after the American Revolution by African Americans. History. port authority district revolutionary war maps. historical railroad maps: cumberland county: elizabeth: englewood: freehold / raway: hoboken / jersey city / weehawken / union: hudson / union / essex counties: njhist listserve for new jersey history: nj railroad retrospective.
County officers and governors of New Jersey are listed, followed by a history of Cumberland County and historical sketches of townships. At the back of the volume is a business directory that provides, by township, the name, date of settlement in the county, nativity, . Cumberland County New Jersey. Spanish Translation The Port Elizabeth Methodist Episcopal Church dates from a congregation that was meeting in the area of Port Elizabeth around In , Elizabeth Bodley, for whom Port Elizabeth is named, gave a parcel of land "for the purpose of building a preaching house and a burying-yard, and to.
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History of Port Elizabeth, Cumberland County, New Jersey, Down To the Present Time With An Article On Its ResourcesAncestry History of Port Elizabeth, Cumberland County, New Jersey, down to the present time: with an article on its resources and a full account of the late centennial celebrationFamily History Library.
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Millville Township formed. Joseph Buck laid out the town of Millville. James Lee established a glass manufacturing business at Millville on the Maurice River. Port Elizabeth is an unincorporated community located within Maurice River Township in Cumberland County, New Jersey, United States.
The area is served as. - John Bell deeded acres to Elizabeth Bodly who became the founder of Port Elizabeth. - The only Revolutionary War battle in Cumberland County took place at Dallas Landing in Maurice River Township between the Patriots and Tories.
- The first lot in Port Elizabeth was deeded to the Methodist Episcopal Church. Gordon's Gazetteer of describes this place as being "on Mannmuskin creek, Maurice river t-ship, about 5 miles above Port Elizabeth, and 17 east of Bridgeton.Ó The Cumberland County Historical Register notes that this furnace was "built by Eli Budd about on a 22,acre tract of land.
Cumberland is a small unincorporated community located within Maurice River Township in Cumberland County, New Jersey, United States.
Cumberland contains only a few hundred households, concentrated primarily on Route 49 and Hesstown/Port Elizabeth-Cumberland Road. The community is bordered by Millville and Port Elizabeth in Cumberland County and Estell Manor in Atlantic County.
Cumberland County is a county located in the U.S. state of New of the Census estimate, the county's population wasmaking it the state's 16th-largest county, representing a % decrease from theenumerated at the United States Census, in turn increasing by 10, (+%) from thecounted in the Census, retaining its position as the state's.
Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag History of Port Elizabeth, Cumberland County, New Jersey, down to the present time: with an article on its resources and a. In Dr. Benjamin Fisler, who commenced his ministry in and preached in Camden, and in travelled on the Salem Circuit with William McLenahan, which included Salem, Cumberland, Cape May, and a considerable part of Gloucester County, on account of his feeble health, located at Port Elizabeth, where he was an acceptable local preacher.
History of the counties of Gloucester, Salem, and Cumberland, New Jersey: This volume contains biographical sketches of leading citizens of Cumberland County, New Jersey: Gouldtown, a very remarkable settlement of ancient date: Historic days in Cumberland County, New Jersey, political and war time reminiscences: Fairfield Presbyterian Church, Cumberland County, New Jersey, ca.
Family History Library Fairfield Township, Cumberland, New Jersey computer printout; births or christenings, Family History Library Fairfield, N. J., Presbyterian Church records: Family History Library.
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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 (; referred to as "Carteret's Conveyances"), none of which has been previously indexed in any published source.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for History of Port Elizabeth, Cumberland County, New Jersey by F.
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