History of Warren County, New Jersey

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History of Warren County, New Jersey

History of Warren County, New Jersey

Källa : Internet Archive

History of Warren County, New Jersey

History of Warren County, New Jersey

Källa : Internet Archive

Resultat : ANDERSON


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for the old log jail. John Anderson, a lineal descendant of George Green, owns the original farm. The Large Pond"


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Henry Stewart, John Anderson, and Thomas Anderson, all of Greenwich.


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of Samuel Green, Henry Stewart, John Anderson, and Thomas Anderson, all of Greenwich.


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Jonathan Robeson, Abram Van Campen, John Anderson, Jonathan Pettit and Thomas Wolverton. Joseph Perry was sworn in as constable. Some


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of the frontier, and Colonel John Anderson, with four hundred men, secured the upper part of the State. All the


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Nathaniel Pettit, Thomas Van Horne, Thomas Anderson, Archibald Stewart, Abia Brown, John B. Scott, Esquires, Messrs. E. Dunlap, Mark Thompson,


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Hoops, of Oxford, and Mrs. Thomas Anderson, of Newton. I can only add to the account which I have derived


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the Barbary States was Lieutenant Thomas Oakley Anderson, of Newton, who helped destroy the frigate Philadelphia" at Tripoli, February 16,


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1873-75, Joseph Anderson, 1875, "


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66, Joseph Anderson


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Samuel Green, Henry Stewart and John Anderson, of Greenwich, voted in Hunterdon County (which then ineluded Warren) for representatives to


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built the hotel which he, James Anderson and son, Joseph, conducted for many years. They were succeeded by Jonathan Pidcock,


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called from its first settler, Joseph Anderson, who came here in 1787. In 1790 he built the hotel which he,


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F., January 24, 1857, married Alexander Anderson, Mary A., born August 5, 1860, married George B. Hofifman, Enos E. B.,


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Harriet, married John Anderson, of Phillipsburg.


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aged nineteen years, George, married Ellen Anderson, Savilla, born July 19, 1836, married (first), John W. Cline, referred to elsewhere,


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to elsewhere, Ann C, married John M. Anderson, Emeline, married Joseph Iliff.


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Pennsylvania, Mary A., daughter of James Anderson, of Lower Valley, New Jersey.


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to below, Samuel, married (first) Ellen Anderson and (second) Susan Rittenhouse, Pierson, married Mary Gaw, Amy, married Cornelius Harrison, Sarah,


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Theodocia, died unmarried, Rebecca, married John Anderson, Mary, died unmarried.


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(III) Daniel C, son of William and Elizabeth (Castner) Anderson, was born


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John Anderson, of Lebanon, Hunterdon county, New Jersey, is the ANDERSON first member of this


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(IV) Alexander, son of Daniel C. and Mary (Anthony) Anderson, was born on the old homestead of one hundred


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belonged originally to his great-grandfather, John Anderson, in Lebanon township, Hunterdon county.


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duties gained the approval of John A. Anderson, then superintendent of the Belvidere division, and he was made agent at