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Province of New Jersey, New York, Columbia University, Longmans, Green. The Province of New Jersey was one of the Middle Colonies of Colonial America and became New Jersey, a state of the United States in The province had originally been settled by Europeans as part of New Netherland, but came under English rule after the surrender of Fort Amsterdam inbecoming a proprietary English then renamed the province after the Isle of Jersey in the Capital: Elizabethtown (–), Perth Amboy and.
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The Province of New Jersey, by Edwin Platt Tanner - New Jersey – () - pages The ©ancestry found Shark River district, Monmouth County, New Jersey: and genealogies of Chambers, Corlies, Drummond, Morris, Potter, Shafto, Webley and White by George Casor Martin - 5/5(1).
Colony Of New Jersey A Brief History "New Jersey was so named, inat the time of its conquest by the English from the Dutch, in honor of Sir George Carteret, who had been governor of the Isle of Jersey, in the British Channel, and to whom, with Lord Berkley, the Duke of York conveyed the territory.
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Sources utilized include the Burlington Court Book and - Gloucester County court records.  The Province of New Jersey, (Columbia University, ) John Edwin Pomfret, The Province of East New Jersey, The Rebellious Proprietary (Princeton University Press, ). See especially ch.5, "Philip Cartaret's Laws,".
New Jersey was part of New York. Some New Jersey probate records from this period are filed in New York City.
Some New Jersey probate records from this period are filed in New York City. A new war breaks out, and the Dutch send a. The Province Of New Jersey, By Edwin Platt Tanner - New Jersey – () - Pages The Shark River District, Monmouth County, New Jersey: And Genealogies Of Chambers, Corlies, Drummond, Morris, Potter, Shafto, Webley And White By George Casor Martin - () – PagesSeller Rating: % positive.
(Newark: New Jersey Historical Society, ) ; Edwin Tanner, The Province of New Jersey, (New York: Columbia University Studies, ) ; William Whitehead, East Jersey Under Proprietary Governments (Newark: ); Claribel Young, Imperial, Proprietary and Freeholder.
The Province of West New Jersey, A History of the Origins of an American Colony. New York: Octagon Books. The Burlington Court Book: A Record of Quaker Jurisprudence in West Jersey, The Province of New Jersey. Pre-revolutionary Dutch houses and families in northern New Jersey and southern New York; The province of New Jersey, ; South Jersey, a history, ; Stewart’s genealogical and historical miscellany no.
2: ; Stories of New Jersey: its significant places, people and activities. The province of New Jersey, Vol Edwin Platt Tanner, publishedpages The Dutch under English rule,by Van Winkle, Daniel, published The Passaic valley, New Jersey, in three centuries: Volume 1, by John Whitehead, published The Province of New Jersey, by Edwin Platt Tanner - New Jersey - - pages The History of New Jersey from Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time by William Henry Carpenter, Timothy Shay Arthur - New Jersey - - pages.
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Tanner (pp. ) Review by: William Starr Myers. Price, $ New York: Longmans, Green & Co., The comprehensive work by E. Tanner upon "The Province of New Jersey, ," has been continued and admirably supplemented by E. Fisher in a study upon "New Jersey as a Royal Province." Successive chapters discuss the powers and activities of the governor, the council and.
East and West Jersey were now united and the two provinces became the royal colony of New Jersey. Queen Anne appointed Lord Cornbury, Governor of New York and New Jersey, but each continued to have a separate assembly. In New Jersey petitioned for a distinct administration, and Lewis Morris was appointed governor.
HC72 The province of New Jersey, by Tanner, Edwin Platt, HC72 The public domain and democracy; a study of social, economic and political problems in the United States in relation to western development by Hill, Robert Tudor, b.
HC72 A study of the population of Manhattanville by Woolston, Howard Brown, Project Gutenberg's The Coloniesby Reuben Gold Thwaites This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. New Jersey (), p.
— Pennsylvania (), p. ‑ doubtless he would have proved that Scandinavians could successfully maintain an. Cadwallader Colden (February 7, – Septem ) was a physician, farmer, surveyor, botanist, and a lieutenant governor for the Province of New York.
He was born in Ireland, of Scottish parents, while his mother Janet Hughes (d. ) was visiting there. His father, Rev. Alexander Colden A.B.() of Dunse (Dunsie), Berwickshire, Scotland, sent him to the Royal High. Roxanne K. Carkhuff New Jersey Genealogical Magazine, Vol, p; Edwin Platt Tanner The Province of New Jersey Page 17 Calendar of State Papers Domestic: William and Mary, (), pp.
; see also Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume. Summary for John Cox. Birth: Sept. (7 mo.) 24,somewherer in England (however, this is likely asserted based on the birth information for the John Cox, born to Thomas Cox, Vintner of London, which took place at Haymarket, London - if the birth date is based on the marriage date, the likely birth date would be closer to or earlier, but no reliable sources yet point to this date)Children: Joseph Cox, Thomas Cox, Ann Hussey, Mary Cox, Amy Allen.List of colonial governors of New Jersey (7, words) no match in snippet view article find links to article Province of New Jersey, – (New York: s.n.
). West Jersey Proprietors Deposit at the New Jersey State Archives. West Jersey History Project.