4 edition of History of the church in Burlington, N.J found in the catalog.
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African Americans were living on “Burlington Island” as early as , one of the earliest places in New Jersey to have a black presence. By , the county had the largest free black. BURLINGTON CITY — During its year history of evolving leadership, changing locations and social progress, the mission of Christ Baptist Church has remained the .
The Burlington Pharmacy, New Jersey's oldest pharmacy in continuous operation, was a well-known gathering spot for South Jersey's midth-century abolitionists. Medford was the home of James Still, "The Black Doctor of the Pines" and brother of William Still, noted historian and Underground Railroad operative. XIII. COLESTOWN, THE DESERTED VILLAGE. FEW Moorestonians, with the exception of the older generation, realize that in the early days there was a small but thriving village within three miles of Moorestown that has vanished from the face of the earth as completely as the fabled Atlantis.
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History of the First Baptist Church, Burlington, N.J.: th anniversary celebration, May 13 to 20, Family History Library History of the church in Burlington, New Jersey: comprising the facts and incidents of nearly two hundred years, from original, contemporaneous sources Family History Library.
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(Indexed) 5, The Burlington Court Book: Abstracts of Partitions and Divisions of the New Jersey Counties of Monmouth, Mercer, and Burlington: Burlington County (N.J.) -- History.
See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Burlington County (N.J.) New Jersey -- History; History; Filed under: Burlington County (N.J.) -- History A retrospect of colonial times in Burlington County: an address delivered before the Young Friends' Association, 2nd Mo.
9,at Moorestown, New Jersey / by A.M. Stackhouse. Their original church, Old St. Mary's, is the oldest church in Burlington and New Jersey.
The congregation was founded in by George Keith and John Talbot. Talbot became the first minister and laid the cornerstone for the church in He served as the church's rector until History of Burlington and Mercer counties, New Jersey Volume 2, (Source: Internet Archive) People from Burlington County, New Jersey (Source: Wikipedia) Stillwell's Historical and Genealogical Miscellany Data Relating to the Early Settlers of New York and New Jersey (Source: Genealogical Publishing Company and Clearfield Company) ($).
A postcard depicting Burlington's first dedicated libray building. The picture looks mid/3rd quarter 19th century or so to me. Inthe date this card was mailed, this was the Burlington Library Another view of the Burlington Library from the early s Burlington Library at 23 West Union Street around - HABS Burlington - James Lawrence School about A view of the old and.
: Early Church Records of Burlington County, New Jersey. Volume 2 (): Charlotte Meldrum: BooksReviews: 1. City Hall Church Street Burlington, VT Hours: M-F 8ampm. Welcome to Church Finder® - the best way to find Christian churches in Burlington NJ.
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Account of the real estate, of which meadows and pastures near the Church in Burlington have produced in rent from Jto July I,at £20 per annum £80, and since then under a lease to Thos, Hunloke for 5 years at £, £, in all £, the executor having paid out thereof to Sarah, the widow of Manuel Smith. Discover your family history.
Explore the world’s largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records and resources. FamilySearch Catalog: Register of St.
Mary's Church, Burlington, N.J.: the register of the Church, C. of St. Ann's at Burlington — The Church of the Presidents in Long Branch was built in as St.
James Episcopal Chapel, according to the church's history. Long Branch has been a. Come, discover years of history by the banks of the Delaware River in the historical City of Burlington. Founded inThe City of Burlington was once the capital of West Jersey.
Then, travel to the Industrial Village of Smithville in Eastampton or visit the majesty of. Start Searching This database is an index to death, birth, and other information primarily on people who have lived in or near Burlington, Wisconsin, since about Marriage information is in a companion database called MARRIAGES OF PEOPLE OF BURLINGTON AND VICINITY.
Additional databases can be seen by clicking on the "Records" button above. Burlington County, New Jersey was created on as one of two original counties created in West county was named for the old ancient name for an inland market near Bridlington, England. Burlington County is bordered by Mercer County (north), Monmouth County (northeast), Ocean County (east), Atlantic County (south), Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania (west), Camden County (west.
Mary's Episcopal Church is a historic Episcopal parish in Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey, United original church was built in It was supplemented with a new church on adjacent land in Onthe new church was added to the National Register of Historic Places and on Jit was declared a National Historic Landmark.
A history of St. Michael's Church, Trenton: History of the Presbyterian Church in Trenton, N.J. from the first settlement of the town: The Town records of Hopewell, New Jersey: The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville, New Jersey commemorating the two hundreth and fiftieth anniversary of the deed conveying land for the erection.
Burlington County, NJ Vital Records. Where can find Burlington County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records? Burlington County vital records can be found at the New Jersey Department of Health has copies of Birth, Marriage and Death records from to .The Burlington Historical Society of Burlington, Wisconsin, was established in February to collect and preserve historical records and artifacts pertaining to the Burlington area.
It was the first historical society in Racine County. The Society is a private, not-for-profit organization run entirely by volunteers.We have successfully reopened (Old) St.
Mary’s Church for public worship with two services per weekend — Saturday at p.m. and Sunday at 9 a.m. Please take note of the following guidelines and expectations set before us by the state, the diocese, and our parish leadership, so that we may continue to gather together in prayer and worship.