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John Paine of Wellingborough MP (c.1639 - bef.1703)

Biography John Paine was born about 1640 in England.[1]. Seen as February 07, 1639/1640 at Northamptonshire. His wife is unknown, seen as “Sarah Elizabeth Field.” John had the following children: ...

7/24/2008 2/9/2022

Thomas Schooley MP (c.1656 - bef.1724)

Links* was unmarried when he arrived in West Jersey in August 1677. He did not marry until Oct. 1686 when he and Sarah Parker, daughter of George and Sarah Parker of Monmouth County, New Jersey, were m...

3/5/2008 2/14/2020

William Alberson of Castledermot MP (aft.1632 - 1709)

"William Albertson"

If you haven't visited this profile recently, read this It was posted Thursday, October 3rd, 2019. IMPORTANT : Relationships are now locked. Read below and in DISCUSSIONS . Reason being, most early s...

10/25/2009 2/13/2020

Major John Fenwick (1618 - 1683)

John Fenwick (1618 – 1683) was the leader of a group of Quakers that emigrated in 1675 from England to Salem, New Jersey where they established Fenwick's Colony, the first English settlement in West Je...

2/26/2008 4/29/2014

Henry Wood, of Woodbury MP (1603 - 1686)

Entered 14 April 2010:"In 1682 Henry Wood, a Quaker, escaped from religious persecution and sailed to America with his family on the ship the ‘Lyon’. He founded a new community which took its name from...

5/21/2009 4/29/2014

Thomas Hand MP (1646 - 1714)

' Recompense Hand may have been her youngest son, and she may have died in childbirth.“Thomas 2 b. Southampton 1646, d. in Cape May Co., N.J. drowned Oct. 2, 1714; he m.1st before 1687, Mary, dau. Capt...

1/23/2007 4/29/2014

Dr. Daniel Coxe (1640 - 1730)

. Daniel Coxe (1640 – 19 January 1730) was a governor of West Jersey from 1687-1688 and 1689-1692.The first Colonial influence in Hopewell, New Jersey was the purchase of a 30,000-acre (120 km2) tract ...

11/20/2009 4/29/2014

Francis Collins, Sr. MP (1635 - 1720)


The Quakers formally established their congregation in Burlington County, New Jersey in 1678. Initially, they met in private homes and between 1683 and 1687, Francis Collings constructed a hexagonal me...

1/11/2008 4/29/2014

Henry Grubb, III MP (1653 - 1706)

Grubb – Came to America with John. Henry’s birth date is unknown, but he was probably slightly younger than John.Henry Grubb operated the first tavern in Burlington. The property contained a tannery, b...

4/27/2008 4/29/2014

George Hutchinson, "of Sheffield, in the county of York, distiller," was early settled of West Jersey. He was one of the commissioners appointed by the Proprietors, March 2, 1676, to lay out the town o...

4/29/2014 4/29/2014

Isaac de Cou was a Surveyor General of New Jersey. He bought Revell House in Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey in 1699. The house was built by George Hutchinson and sold to Thomas Revell before...

10/16/2008 4/29/2014

John Pancoast MP (c.1630 - 1694)

"John Pankhurst"

JOHN PANCOAST, a Quaker, was one of the early colonists of West Jersey, and the founder of the American family of his surname. From a manuscript written by his son Joseph Pancoast, it is ascertained th...

2/8/2008 4/28/2014

John "the Immigrant" Snowden MP (aft.1632 - 1736)

John Snowden * Birth: 1632 - Edwinsboro Co. of Nottingham, England* Death: May 3 1736 - Philadelphia, PA* Parents: William Snowden, Ann Snowden (born Hooten)* Wife: Ann Snowden (born Barrett)* Wife: El...

8/18/2008 4/28/2014