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Wilbur, McKelvey, Ortley family [i. e. families] of central New Jersey.

James Wilbur Clayton

Wilbur, McKelvey, Ortley family [i. e. families] of central New Jersey.

by James Wilbur Clayton

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Published in West Orange, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wilbur family.,
  • McKelvey family.,
  • Ortley family.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesWilbur, McKelvey, Ortley family of central New Jersey, Wilbur, McKelvey, Ortley families of central New Jersey
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.W666 1961
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5862359M
    LC Control Number62035628
    OCLC/WorldCa1739305

    A new transportation method that of the Erie Canal was started in New York in It would be before it was completed. It method of water transportation overland opened new commerce across New York and to the Great Lakes region. New settlers poured from New England, Eastern New York and Europe into the central and western part of the state. Harvey / Hervey Families of Texas Whose Lineage has not been Connected to any of the above families Blassingame W. Harvey (/), South Carolina to San Augustine Co., Texas Clarence Olroyd Hervey ( -), of Galveston, Texas, reprint from New Encyclopedia of Texas, published

      Transcripts of many New Jersey public documents from the colonial and revolutionary period have been published in: Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. Newark, New Jersey: The Daily Journal Establishment, Archives of the State of New Jersey, First Series, Second Series. 42 Volumes. New Jersey was first settled in It became a U.S. state in and was formed from the Crown Colony of New Jersey. Note: is dedicated to helping families find their ancestors through our extensive records directory and genealogy articles. This site is privately owned and is not an official site of FamilySearch.

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Wilbur, McKelvey, Ortley family [i. e. families] of central New Jersey by James Wilbur Clayton Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Full text of "A history of Monmouth and Ocean Counties: embracing a genealogical record of earliest settlers in Monmouth and Ocean Counties and their descendants; the Indians, their language, manners, and customs; important historical events: the Revolutionary War, Battle of Monmouth, the war of the rebellion" See other formats.

FOUNDERS OF NEW JERSEY: First Settlements, Colonists and Biograhies by Descendants. This volume includes a timeline of early New Jersey history, sketches of the five earliest English settlements and their colonists, biographies of founders of New Jersey.

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