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Some records of old Hunterdon County, 1701-1838

Phyllis B. D"Autrechy

Some records of old Hunterdon County, 1701-1838

by Phyllis B. D"Autrechy

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Published by D"Autrechy in [Pennington, N.J.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hunterdon County (N.J.),
  • New Jersey,
  • Hunterdon County.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- New Jersey -- Hunterdon County.,
    • Hunterdon County (N.J.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesHunterdon County records, 1701-1838.
      StatementPhyllis B. D"Autrechy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF142.H9 D18
      The Physical Object
      Pagination347 p. :
      Number of Pages347
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4446137M
      LC Control Number79108066

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D'Autrechy (Trenton: ), pp.Well over acts of manumission during the period are recorded in the Hunterdon County manumission books, while original papers for only 56 are included here. Abstracts of the recorded manumissions were published in Some Records of Old Hunterdon County, by Phyllis B.

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Phyllis Bowers D'Autrechy, 71, died Tuesday in Venice, Fla. Mrs. D'Autrechy, formerly of Pennington, New Jersey, was a former sixth-grade teacher in the Riverton and Hopewell Valley Regional School districts and retired as the archivist for Hunterdon County.

She was active in many genealogical and historical societies. Click to read more about Some records of old Hunterdon County, by Phyllis B. D'Autrechy. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Phyllis B.

D'Autrechy. In the book "Some Records of Old Hunterdon County by Phyllis D'Autrechy on p is the following: "Power of attorney dated 10 April from Peter R. DECKER of Esopus Township, Ulster Co, New York to Charles CARTER of Greenwich, Sussex Co.

regarding land in the town of Alexandria adjoining Wm. Parker. Transcribed Somerset England Birth and Marriage Records (Cc). Bristol & Somerset Quarterly Meeting, Digest Register of Births, D'Autrechy, Phyllis B, Some Records of Old Hunterdon County, as provided by Pat Moran of.

Vol. 15, No. 2 Published by Hunterdon County Historical Society SPRING records and photographs were removed for safe­ Book Review Some Records of Old Hunterdon County Compiled by Phyllis B.

D'Autrechy,Trenton. Phyllis B. D’Autrechy, Some Records of Old Hunterdon County, (Trenton, NJ: Trenton Printing Co., ). This text includes transcribed versions of original documents held by the Hunterdon County Historical Society, including the Loyalist Papers.

Phyllis B. D’Autrechy, "Inquisitions," Some Records of Old Hunterdon County,(Trenton: Trenton Pub. Co., n.d.) p. Inquisition dated 2 June held at the house of Capt. Thomas Jones in Lebanon against John Allen, late of Bethlehem, who joined the Army of the King of Great Britain on or about the middle of December iv.

Elizabeth Prall 49 – 50 was born about in Hunterdon Co., New Jersey. 49 She had her estate probated on 7 May in Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.

51 Elizabeth died intestate, Aaron Prall named administrator of estate. She died in at the age of 58 in Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.

49 Elizabeth was the eldest daughter of Aaron and Mary [Whitaker] Prall. She never married, but. Some Hunterdon Place Names Ancestry. Some records of old Hunterdon County, WorldCat The First Years of Hunterdon County, Ancestry.

The First years of Hunterdon County, Family History Library The First Century of Hunterdon County, State of New Jersey Ancestry. Some Records of Hunterdon County Vol.I; and More Records of Hunterdon County Vol. II; by Phyllis D"Aurtrechy: Ken Phillips - [email protected]: Sportsmans Fish and Game Protective Association, Membership Book, Jim Humphrey - [email protected]: The Story of New Jersey: Gale M.

LaRochelle - [email protected]   H.C. Special Deeds, Book 1 p. 28, as abstracted in D’Autrechy, Some Records of Old Hunterdon,Trenton Printing Co.,p. The list of bordering properties to this road is a fascinating one, many names and places that I hope someday to identify.

10 D'Autrechy, Phyllis B., Some Records of Old Hunterdon County, as provided by Pat Moran of Texas, (Trenton, NJ: Trenton Publishing Co.) 11 NJ Quaker Marriage EntriesHome | Table of Contents | Surnames | Name List.D'Autrechy, Phyllis B.

Some Records of Old Hunterdon County, (Trenton, N.J.: ). "Kingwood Baptist Church Records ()" and "Alexandria German Reformed Church Records ()." R-NJ ; Historic Churches in Hunterdon County, New Jersey (s.l.: ). "Compiled by Miss Ada Styles Totten from the historical. Barber witnessed the manumission of seven slaves belonging to Jonathan Hunt, Jonathan Higgins, Titus Quick, John Manners, John Prall, Jr., John Case, Sr., and Joseph Ott, as reported in Phyllis B.

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