3 edition of province of New Jersey, 1664-1738 found in the catalog.
province of New Jersey, 1664-1738
Edwin Platt Tanner
|Statement||by Edwin P. Tanner.|
|Series||Studies in history, economics and public law, v. 30, Columbia studies in the social sciences -- no. 30.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 712 p.|
|Number of Pages||712|
Early life and family. Born Janu , in Dublin, Ireland, Isaac Sharp was the eldest surviving son of Quaker Anthony Sharp and Ann Crabb. As part of the Quaker settlement of his father's extensive land holdings in New Jersey, Isaac Sharp left Ireland in November , and after an arduous eighteen-week journey, arrived in Colonial America on April 6, Bergen County was formed 7 March as an original county in the Province of East Jersey. Portions of old Bergen County became present-day Passaic () and Hudson () counties. Recording of wills and estate inventories at the county level began in
A couple of good later histories that cover this early period are Wesley Frank Craven, New Jersey and the English Colonization of North America (Princeton, NJ: Van Nostrand, ); Edwin Platt Tanner, The Province of New Jersey (New York, ); and the Pomfret books (Colonial New Jersey (), The New Jersey Proprietors and Their. The State of NJ site may contain optional links, information, services and/or content from other websites operated by third parties that are provided as a convenience, such as Google™ Translate. Google™ Translate is an online service for which the user pays nothing to obtain a purported language translation.
The Declaration of Independence. 18K likes. To promote life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as inalienable rights for all human beings. The province of New Jersey, - Google Books. The Declaration of Independence. Ma . A merchant in New York City, he subsequently relocated to New Jersey. He was Warden of St. Peter's Church, Perth Amboy in , and Vestryman from to Robert Lettis Hooper was elected to the eighth New Jersey General Assembly ( Legislative Session), representing the Somerset County ality: Barbadian.
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This database indexes the marriage bonds and licenses () filed with the Secretary of State’s office before and immediately after the American Revolution in the 17th and 18th centuries.
The database also includes numerous references to early marriages recorded in colonial deeds books and other collections, extending the inclusive dates of the index toa valuable resource. The Province of New Jersey.
[Edwin P Tanner] -- Gives an account of the political institutions of New Jersey during the period of her executive union with New York. Focuses on ownership of land, relations with the Duke of York and the Crown, and. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Tanner, Edwin Platt, Province of New Jersey, New York, Columbia University.
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This database contains material from 27 volumes of early New Jersey documents from the New Jersey Archives series. Historical Background. Inthe New Jersey Historical Society urged the state legislature to gather copies of documents relating to the history of the state, both in the country and those in London that dealt with the colony’s early days.
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. 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 - () – Pages.
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.
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