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John Brockett, The Immigrant MP (1612 - 1690)

John Brockett was born c.1612 in England, baptized 7/29/1612 and died in Wallingford CT in 1690. He was the son of John Brockett of Mackrey End and Joan Lacon. John attended Cambridge University. He ma...

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David Ogden, Sr. (1639 - 1692)

Jonathan and David Ogden were twin brothers. David moved from Elizabethtown, New Jersey to Newark in 1676, where he is described as a "stone church builder."

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John Ogden, the Pilgrim MP (1609 - 1682)

From "The Ogden Family in America, Elizabethtown Branch, and Their English Ancestry: John Ogden, the Pilgrim, and His Descendants, 1640-1906," By William Ogden Wheeler, Published by Printed for private...

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John Brocket (1611 - 1690)

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John Bailey (deceased)

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Robert Bond (c.1599 - 1617)

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John Alling (1706 - 1764)

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Nathaniel Bonnell, Jr. MP (c.1670 - 1736)

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John Gould (1640 - 1691)

Three brothers, John, Robert, and Thomas, emigrated to America from Dartmouth, Devonshire, England in 1664. Source: 'History of Bergen and Passaic Counties...', W. W. Clayton, pub. 1882, page 546; ...

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Joseph Ephraim Frazee (1635 - 1715)

NOTES ON THE FRAZEE FAMILY OF NEW JERSEY Ephraim Frazee's Family is covered well on Jan's Genealogy Page Hezekiah Frazee bc 1758, by Deborah K. Kunkle History of Monmouth & Ocean Counties, New ...

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Stephen Osborne (1634 - 1698)

Sex: Male Father: Thomas Osborne Mother: Mary Goatley Birth: 24 Feb 1634 Ashford, Kent, England Death: Jul 1698 Elizabeth, Union, NJ Immigration: 1659 to Maryland from Ashford, Kent (with his...

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Daniel de Haert (1671 - d.)

1671 Sep 01; Baltus de Haerdt, Margrietie Stuyvesant; Daniel; Hillegond Joris

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Capt. Robert Seeley MP (1602 - 1667)

Captain Robert Seeley; b. circa 1600 England; baptized 4 Jul 1602 St. Johns, Huntington, England; m. Mary Mason 15 Dec 1626 St. Stephens, Coleman St., London; m. Mary (wid. of Walker) Manning 22 Dec ...

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Andrew Craig (c.1662 - 1738)

ID: I170 Name: Andrew CRAIG Sex: M Birth: 1662 in Scotland Death: 28 SEP 1738 in Elizabeth Town Essex Co NJ Father: John CRAIG b: in Scotland Mother: UNKNOWN Marriage 1 Susannah UNKNOWN ...

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John Thompson (1673 - d.)

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Benjamin Parkhurst MP (c.1647 - 1683)

Benjamin is on record as being in Woodbridge, New Jersey about 1670 as one of the first settlers. He exchanged his properties at Woodbridge on 8 Aug 1672, with Claude Vallot of Elizabethtown, and becam...

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Benjamin Price (1676 - 1773)

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Benjamin Price (1620 - 1712)

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Samuel Marsh MP (1626 - 1683)

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Joseph Osborne (1636 - 1732)

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Joseph Bond (c.1648 - c.1709)

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Joshua Clarke, Sr. (c.1667 - c.1714)

Joshua CLARKE Born: 1668 at: Southold, L.I., NY Married: C. 1689 at: Died: 1714/15 at: Elizabethtown, Essex Co., New Jersey Father:Richard CLARKE Mother:Elizabeth ----- Joshua Clarke Born 1668...

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Samuel Clark, ll (1673 - 1755)

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Richard Clark, lll, of Elizabethtown MP (c.1661 - 1743)

Richard Clark of Elizabethtown, was born at Southampton, Suffolk, New York circa 1661. [1] He died in September 1742/3 in Elizabethtown, New Jersey. Parents: Richard Clarke and Elizabeth Horton. Ma...

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Richard Clarke, ll MP (c.1640 - 1697)

Clark, is the way some information shows this last name to be spelled. Relocated from Southampton, LI to Southold, LI to Elizabethtown, NJ -------------------- Resided in Southampton in 1661, S...

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John Clark (c.1665 - 1705)

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Ephraim Clark, I (1675 - 1717)

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William Cranmer, of Elizabethtown MP (1617 - 1689)

CRANMER GENEALOGY Added by nikolauswalser on 2 Jul 2008 Descendants of William & Elizabeth (Cartithy) CRANMER -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...

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George Pack MP (1634 - 1704)

George Pack died October 2, 1704. His will mentions his 2nd wife Elizabeth Moore, sons Samuel, Thomas, Job and Benjamin, daughters Hannah Robbins, Mary Scudder, the lateElizabeth Thorpe, Abigail Spring...

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Samuel Winans, Sr. (1671 - 1747)

Conflict data from merge of 26 September 2010: birthplace of New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut Samuel Winans could possibly be the Samuel Winance on the list of Original Associates for Elizabethtow...

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John McGhie (c.1659 - c.1735)

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John Meeker (1666 - 1730)

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William Goodman Meeker, Sr. MP (c.1620 - 1690)

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Joseph Meeker (1648 - 1717)

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Benjamin Meeker, l (1650 - 1707)

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John Harriman (1674 - 1730)

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Rev. John Harriman MP (1647 - 1705)

John was baptised at New Haven Jan. 24, 1647, attended Harvard College, married Hannah Bryan, a daughter of Richard, of Milford, Ct., Nov. 20, 1672. She was born 1654. He was a settled pastor of the fi...

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Caleb Carwithie (deceased)

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Stephen Crane, 1630 (1630 - 1710)

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Pieter Wolphertse Van Couwenhoven, Lieutenant MP (1614 - 1689)

Pieter Wolfertsen (also Wolphertsen) van Couwenhoven. Brewer. July 11, prior to 1658. Brewer Pieter Wolfertsen van Couwenhoven almost made history. As one of the first schepens in the newly incorporate...

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Francis Barber, I (1617 - 1670)

Any corrections or additions to the following excerpt would be greatly appreciated. I doubt that all of the references provided actually pertain to the same Francis BARBER. From First Settlers of Pis...

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Nathaniel Bonnell, Sr. MP (1650 - 1696)

One of the founders of Elizabeth, NJ, and built the oldest house still standing there.--------------------The house that Nathaniel built at 1045 East Jersey Street was built before 1682 and may be the ...

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Joseph Sayre (1658 - 1710)

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Samuel Sayre (1668 - 1707)

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Nathaniel Lyon (c.1663 - 1700)

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Joseph Lyon (1658 - 1726)

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Benjamin Lyon (1668 - 1719)

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Isaac Whitehead, of New Jersey MP (1624 - 1690)

He was a minister. In New Haven on Mar. 7, 1648, he took the oath of fidelity. He probabl y had a brother named Samuel Whitehead, since there was a Samuel Whitehead assigned to sit i n the second row o...

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Samuel Carter (1652 - d.)

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Nicholas Carter (1629 - 1681)

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Jonathan Ogden, Sr. (1646 - 1732)

Jonathan and David Ogden were twin brothers. The following info was taken from "Find A Grave". Birth: 1646 New York, USA Death: Jan. 3, 1732 Elizabeth Union County New Jersey, USA His father, J...

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John Ogden, jr. (1638 - 1702)

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John Woodruff (1637 - 1691)

This profile is for the older son John of the "Elizabethtown" Woodruffs, not to be confused with John "The Younger Son" whose decendants remained on Long Island or who settled in Westfield. John Wood...

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Samuel Whitehead (1658 - 1734)

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Thomas Thompson (1617 - 1676)

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Moses Thompson (c.1647 - d.)

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Mordecai Burnett (1670 - 1716)

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Abraham Shotwell c.1630-1680 (c.1630 - c.1680)

Abraham Shotwell, founder of the family in America, was in Elizabeth T own, N. J., as early as 1665, and in New York as late as 1679. from:

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Josiah Stanbrough, Jr. (c.1646 - c.1690)

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Hur Thompson (1648 - 1690)

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Capt Benjamin Ogden (1654 - 1722)

Source: "Ancestral File v4.19," database, FamilySearch ( : accessed 3 August 2012), entry for Capt. Benjamin OGDEN.

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Philip Carteret, Colonial Governor of New Jersey (1639 - 1682)

) Philip Carteret (1639–1682) was the first and fourth British colonial governor of New Jersey, from 1665 to 1672 and from 1674 to 1682. Career The English annexed the Dutch province o...

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Capt. Ebenezer Lyon (1670 - 1739)

Date Event Source 1732 Oct 08 Henry Clark was born to Ephraim and Elizabeth Lyon Clark -probably at Elizabeth Town, Essex County, NJ. John Wheeler Rev. War Pension #W8999 and will of Ebenezer Lyon. 173...

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Joachim Anderson (Andris) (1640 - c.1671)

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Jacob Melyn (1640 - 1706)

Jakob Melyn, along with brothers-in-law Matthias Hatfield and Jan Winans, was one of the original "Associates" who founded and settled Elizabethtown, New Jersey about 1664.

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John Winans Sr. (1640 - 1694)

Immigrated w/ brother (Barnanbus?) before 1653--------------------It is generally believed, based on research by European genealogists, that Jan is the son of the famous 17th century Haarlem landscape ...

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Henry Lyon MP (c.1623 - 1707)

It hasn’t been confirmed when Henry arrived in New England, but there is a record of a Henry Lyon being allotted three acres of land in 1639. It has been confirmed that Henry’s name first...

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Abraham George Hatfield, Sr. (1670 - 1706)

Abraham was baptized June 8, 1670. Abraham Hatfield, I (6/8/1670 Trenton, Mercer Co., NJ - 7/17/1706 Trenton, Mercer Co., NJ) was a cordwainer and tanner, running a tannery with his brother Cornelius...

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Isaac Hatfield, I (1667 - 1709)

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Cornelius Hatfield, Colonel (1665 - 1718)

Cornelius Hatfield I purchased land from Col. Richard Townley in 1690 in Elizabethtown which adjoined the grounds of his brother Isaac Hatfield. Cornelius Hatfield I is buried in St. John's Churchyard,...

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Matthias M. Hatfield, I (1640 - 1687)

Parents: Thomas Hatfield (1602 - 1698) and Anna Hentem Cox (1612 - ). Matthias was born in Holland, of Scots Irish descent,, and was a member of the New Haven Colony. Mathias first appeared in New Ha...

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