Salter’s History of Monmouth and Ocean Counties New Jersey, Embracing a Genealogical Record of Earliest Settlers in Monmouth and Ocean Counties and Their Descendants

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Heritage Books, 1997 - 550 páginas

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Founders of Monmouth
12
A Memorable Scene The first English Settler in New Jersey Richard
18
Commencement of Settlements
27
Monmouth Old Times in Old Monmouth The Battle of Monmouth
41
Old TimesAn Ancient Tavern Book
95
The Coming of the White Man
111
Scenes in Old Monmouth
121
The Revolutionary WarNames of Soldiers
131
Captain Mollie Pitcher 22
221
of Dover township
237
New Jersey Watering Places
304
The Skirmish at Mannahawken
320
Ocean County Pensioners
347
of Officers from 1783 down to 1361 Proceedings at ancient town meetings
354
Records of Cattle Marks and Estrays
363
Was Oliver Cromwells Brother an Early Settler?
381

The Battle of Monmouth
152
Old Times in Old Monmouth
166
Phil Whites Capture and Death 1
175
Execution of a Spy
182
Capt Joshua Huddy the Hero of Toms River
191
Death of Capt Joshua Studson
204
Death of Bacon the Notorious Refugee 21
212
Illustration Cuts of Old Tennent Church amd Parsonage
215
Presbyterianism in Forked River
395
Seaside Resorts Cranberry Statistics Fish Fowl Game Laws Forest
402
Methodism in Ocean County 409
409
Ashfield Wright Luyster Remsen Rev Obadiah Holmes Earl Tiltom
421
Revolutionary Reminiscences
422
Memorial and Biography of Joel Parker
434
Churches
xxv
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