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Thomas Sharp > 1700 Map of Newton and Cooper Creek Landholders

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  • Thomas Howell, of Cooper's Creek (c.1635 - c.1686)
    A 2nd Thomas Howell of West Jersey : Be careful with merges: Thomas Howell of Byberry Was Thomas a holder of one of the shares of the Irish Tenth on Cooper's Creek? • see timelineThe answer is yes... ...
  • Elizabeth Hugg, widow Newby (Wood) (1682 - 1730)
    Married a Newby of the group that settled Newton Township, Gloucester Co., NJ; probably died there. Stephen Newby left her a widow and she married the widower who had 1st married Priscilla Collins.
  • Edward Newby (or Newbie) (1678 - 1715)
    Mark Newby ( Edward's father ) set out for New Jersey, in the latter part of 1681, in Ye Owners Adventure and settled at Newton, the first Friends' meetings being held at his house. In the political af...
  • Henry Wood, Quaker of Newport (1621 - 1691)
    It is no wonder that he isn't on Thomas Sharp's map of 1700. > Henry died in 1691*He came to West Jersey via Newport, Rhode Island (certif. of removal = 12th mo., 5th 1687 (February 5th, 1688)----~• ce...
  • William Roydon (bef.1640 - aft.1690)
    "William Roydon was originally a grocer from London, England. He had apparently been interested in the development of the New Jersey colony as early as 1676, six years before his arrival in America. On...

In which we identify and cross-reference all known land holders
~• a list of GENI profiles follow

The Map (shown here)>

Numbers are keyed to the map ALPHA LIST w/number
icn_favorite.gif Take a look at an annotated map of each numbered parcel' > and in the full document

~• note that there are names that are either hard or nearly impossible to identify on the facsimile map

~• go to the .pdf file for more depth of analysis (it isn't attached as yet... but will be after a little more work) < May 24, 2019 = MMvB

IMMIGRANT SHIPS

PURPOSE of the project

• Cross-referencing of Surnames often helps confirm marriages and pedigrees • Having so few SURNAMES in one relatively small area such as this township of NEWTON, Gloucster Co., West Jersey is a great jumping-off place for study of these families who were either immigrants or 1st generation descendants.

what you can do to help this project

  • When you find a new person who was alive in 1700 whom you think should be included in the project... Please add them. But please do not add others of future generations as yet unborn. You can always reference them by using the .url of this project in their profile. One goal here is to not make this project too clutttered with descendants.

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