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History of the Oranges, in Essex County, N.J., from 1666 to 1806

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Published by Printed by Ward & Tichenor for the New England society of Orange in Newmark, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Orange (N.J.) -- History.,
  • East Orange (N.J.) -- History.,
  • West Orange (N.J.) -- History.,
  • South Orange (N.J.) -- History.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF144.O6 W6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 334 p.
    Number of Pages334
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14013092M
    LC Control Number01007852


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The City of Orange is a township in Essex County, New Jersey, United of the United States Census, the township's populationreflecting a decline of 2, (−%) from counted inwhich had in turn increased by 2, (+%) from the County: Essex.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection History of the Oranges Wickes Stephen books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. History of the Oranges in Essex County, N.J., from to History of the Oranges to reviewing the rise, development and progress of an influential community A history of the Smasheys in Maryland, New Jersey, Missouri, Illinois and Florida, Page - And thou in Essex County teach them ordinances and laws, and shalt shew them the way wherein they must walk, and the work that they must do.

Moreover thou shalt provide out of all the people able men, such as fear God, men of truth, hating covetousness, and place such over them, to be rulers of thousands, and rulers of hundreds, rulers from 1666 to 1806 book fifties, and rulers of tens. South Orange, officially the In Essex County of South Orange Village, is a suburban township from 1666 to 1806 book Essex County, New Jersey, United of the United States Census, the village's populationreflecting a decline of (%) from counted in the Census, which had in turn increased by (+%) from counted in the : From 1666 to 1806 book.

References shown as links will take the reader to Google Books and a online copy of the N.J. Condit, Jotham H(alsey) (), Genealogical Record of Ancestors of Orange Families and Their Connections No. 1, numbered pages in a hardbound ledger book, hand-written in ink containing the genealogies of some forty families.

East Orange is a city in Essex County, New Jersey, United of the United States Census the city's populationreflecting a decline of 5, (−%) from counted in the Census, which had in turn declined by 3, (−%) from counted in the Census.

The city was the state's 20th most-populous municipality inafter having been the County: Essex. A History of the First Church and Society of Branford, Connecticut The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co. New Haven. ; Wickes, Stephen, History of the Oranges, in Essex County, N.J.:Ward & Tichenor, Newark, ; Atwater, Edward E.

History of The Colony of New Haven To Its Absorption into Connecticut. The Journal. History of the Huston Families and their Descendants E. Rankin Huston History of the Oranges in Essex County, N.J. From Stephen Wickes M.D. History of the Pan-Handle: Being Historical collection of the Counties of Ohio, Brooke, Marshall and Hancock, West Virginia J.H.

Newton, G.G. Nicholas & A.G. Sprankle History of the. Condits and Cousins Volume 1 History and Biography Chapter 3 John Cundict, the First Known Male Ancestor N. in the year And supplemented by me in the year being the two hundredth () year from the first settlement.

M.D., History of the Oranges, In Essex County, NJ from toWard and Tichenor, Newark, NJ, History of the Oranges, in Essex County, From to by Stephen Wickes Lineage Book National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution by Unknown Author Vol.

A History of the First Church and Society of Branford, Connecticut The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co. New Haven. ; Wickes, Stephen, History of the Oranges, in Essex County, N.J.:Ward & Tichenor, Newark, ; Atwater, Edward E.

History of The Colony of New Haven To Its Absorption into Connecticut. The Journal Author: Lifescribe. HOME ~ Area History ~ Bibles ~ Bios ~ Cemetery ~ Census ~ Directories ~ Family History ~ Immigration ~ Military ~ News ~ Obituaries ~ School ~ Vitals ~ Wills Also visit the Essex County NJGenWeb Project.

stephen wickes, history of the oranges in essex county, new jersey from toward and tichenor for the new england society of orange, ; david l.

pierson, history of the oranges to reviewing the rise, development and progress of an influential community, lewis historical publishing co., History of the Oranges in Essex County, N.J., from toby Wickes, Stephen, published ($) GLOUCESTER COUNTY Sketches of the first emigrant settlers in Newton Township, old Gloucester County, West New Jersey, by Clement, John, The City of Orange is a township in Essex County, New Jersey, United States.

As of the United States Census, the township's population ,[8][9][10] reflecting a decline of 2, (%) from counted in the Census, which had in turn increased by 2, (+%) from counted in the Census.[18] Orange was originally incorporated as a township by an Act • Density rank: 17th of in state 3rd of 22 in county.

Online etext History of the Oranges, in Essex County, N.J., from to by Stephen Wickes (page 1 of 26): the collection of free ebooks. Newark, N. J., East Jersey History Company, RIGGS, EMMA KING (HYNES), and HENRY EARLE RIGGS, Our Pioneer Ancestors; Being a Record of Available Information as to the Hynes, Chenault, Dunn, McKee, Anderson, Taylor, Finley, Letcher and Houston Families in the Direct Line of Ancestry of Samuel B.

Hynes and Ellen M. Anderson Hynes. 65 ii. Isaac YEOMANS was born in Orange County, New York about or Isaac died at 73 years of age. He removed to Orange, N.J. and later to Newark, N.J. H served in the Essex County Regiment in the Revolution.

+ 66 iii. Richard YEOMANS was. Map of Essex County, New Jersey: from surveys General-content county map also showing marshes, rural buildings, and householders' names; the city/town/village insets show all buildings and occupants' names.

Hand colored to emphasize municipal (city/borough/township) boundaries and. Essex County New Jersey Early Marriages: NEW JERSEY MARRIAGES (From Original Records) Harrison, Abigail and Nathaniel Bruen, 22 March,Essex Co.

A History of the First Church and Society of Branford, Connecticut The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co. New Haven. ; Wickes, Stephen, History of the Oranges, in Essex County, N.J.:Ward & Tichenor, Newark, ; Atwater, Edward E.

History of The Colony of New Haven To Its Absorption into Connecticut. The Journal. The City of Orange is a township in Essex County, New Jersey, United of the United States Census, the township's populationreflecting a decline of 2, (%) from counted in the Census, which had in turn increased by 2, (+%) from counted in the Census.

Orange was originally incorporated as a township by an act of the New Country: United States. Essex County New Jersey NEW JERSEY CALENDAR OF WILLS Source: "Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey," Volume XXLII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol.

; By William Nelson; The Press Printing and Publishing Co., ; transcribed by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team. Records of the Dutch Reformed Church, Pompton Plains, N.J., and of the Reformed Dutch Church, Montville, N.J., (FHL US/CAN Film ) may also be of interest to the researcher.

Unfortunately, some families in the area used the Gansegat Reformed Church in Fairfield, Essex County, which records were destroyed by fire in the 's. RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY SLONAKER, JAMES ROLLIN, comp. and ed., A History and Genealogy of the Slonaker Descendants in America Since Early Los Angeles, Lyday Printing Company [].

SMITH, JAMES HARDEN, History of Livingston County, New York, With Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers. Caldwell Presbyterian Church Yard Cemetery Town of Caldwell Essex County New Jersey.

Try our genealogy search engine. Caldwell Presbyterian Church Yard Cemetery is located in the Town of Caldwell, Essex County, New Jersey. Caldwell Presbyterian Church Yard Cemetery Burials.

ADAMS, Ezekiel, died Sept. 25,age 52 yrs. 5 days; wife Martha M. HISTORY OF ESSEX AND HUDSON COUNTIES, NEW JERSEY Chapter 18 – ESSEX COUNTY IN THE WAR OF (Continued.) Originally published in Compiled by Willian H.

Shaw Edited by GET NJ, COPYRIGHT Why we have so many shade trees in the Oranges today. Daniel Babbit(t) Township of Orange separates from Newark. Photo Memories of Old Newark Some history of the Roseville Section of Newark: First Store in the Oranges: Stephen D.

Day John Morris Lindsley: View Book Page: Book Viewer. About This Book: Catalog Entry. View All Images: 41 87 57 38 History of Essex County. Text Appearing After OF THE EARLY SETTLERS AT NEWARK, ESSEX COUNTY.N.

J., MAY. Definitions of Orange, New Jersey, synonyms, antonyms, derivatives of Orange, New Jersey, analogical dictionary of Orange, New Jersey (English).Edward Ball signed on download pdf of people ofBradford, CT who were about to move to Newark, Heremoved to Newark in He was a prominent man in itsaffairs: Sheriff, Committeeman on boundaries, on settlement withthe Lord Proprietors, Indians, etc.

Was assign as his home lotsix acres between Broad and Washington Sts, the site of Spouse: Abigail Blatchley, Abigail.Wickes, Ebook, HISTORY OF THE ORANGES IN ESSEX COUNTY, NJ: FROM TOWard & Tichenor, Newark, NJ, ebook ed, B&W illustrations, pp, very good+, rebound blue cloth (hardcover) spine laid back on, "During the last fifteen years of his life, the author of this work devoted most of his leisure time to collecting the materials.