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  • [S102] Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the state of New Jersey. Also known as New Jersey Archives. First Series. Vol. 21. Calendar of Records in the Office of the Secretary of State. 1664-1703.
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  • [S108] Early Church Records of Burlington County, New Jersey. by Charlotte D. Meldrum. publ. Heritage Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2007. 3 vols: Vol. 1: Burlington & Mt Holly Monthly Meetings; Vol. 2: Chesterfield, Evesham & Little Egg Harbor Monthly Meetings; Vol. 3: many sources.
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  • [S116] Early Pennsylvania Births, 1675 - 1875 by Charles A. Fisher
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  • [S118] 'Early Swedish Records - Extracts from parish records of Gloria Dei Church, Philadelphia'. No author named. Reprinted in book Pennsylvania Vital Records, Vol 1, p. 10-15. Originally publ. The Penn. Magazine of History and Biography, 2 (1878): 224-228, 341, 342-343.
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  • [S122] email exchange 16 April 2012 with Edward Scholly, manager of Mount Calvary Cemetery, Harrisburg, Pa., for Archdiocese of Harrisburg, regarding Sidney Repplier's husbands and Haggerty children.
  • [S123] email exchange: compiler wrote Haverford Special Collections regarding the marriage out of meeting of Benjamin Whitall & Elizabeth Hopper. Ann Upton, Special Collections Librarian replied by email 21 Apr 2008, and also mailed a photocopy of portions of the Haddonfield mtg. minutes.
  • [S124] Email from Christine Friend, Assistant Archivist, Philadelphia Archdiocesan Historical Research Center, Feb. 5, 2013, in response to a research request regarding the baptism of Mary McGauley.
  • [S125] Email from Joanne M Weber, Archives Staff Researcher, Diocese of Harrisburg, Jan 3 2006. In response to request to research Sidney Taylor Berghaus.
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  • [S130] Estate Record, Berks Co. - J Lancaster Repplier, 1901 Reading City. Contains will & Sidney T Repplier administratrix oath. Index available on Berks Co. Register of Wills web site.
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  • [S133] Estate Record, Berks Co. - Lucy A. Repplier, 1914 Reading. Contains Sidney T Repplier administratrix oath & Sidney's petition for Letters of Administration. Index available on Berks Co. Register of Wills web site.
  • [S134] Estate Record, Berks Co. - Sebastian Allgaier, 1846 Reading. Contains Will, codicil to will, Inventory, & Accounts. Index available on Berks Co. Register of Wills web site
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  • [S136] "An evaluation of the Consuelo Furman manuscript (1955) on Ralph Hunt of Long Island (which concludes erroneously that Ralph Hunt of Long Island and Ralph of Virginia were the same) : in context of genealogies of the unrelated pioneers, Thomas Hunt of Westchester, New York and Ralph Hunt of Long Island : with notes on early Hunts of Virginia and other early Hunts of Long Island and New York", by Mitchell J. Hunt. 1985. 38 page manuscript. FHL Microfilm 1697418. Available on web via FamilySearch catalog.
  • [S137] Extracts from American Newspapers: Relating to New Jersey. 1704-1775. by William Nelson. Viewed on Google Books
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  • [S145] Forum posting: "Corrections concerning the Benjamin Shoemaker book". Posted by: Andreas Frohnhaus, 1 May 2010. url: http://genforum.genealogy.com/shoemaker/messages/3074.html. Contains a new translation & interpretation of the 15 Feb 1655 Staats Archiv Dusseldorf document, bearing particularly on the names of the children, correcting assumptions stated in Benjamin Shoemaker’s 'Shoemaker Pioneers'.
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  • [S148] Frederic W. Bailey, "The Ancestry of the Hon. John Hart, of Hopewell, N.J., Signer of the Declaration of Independence", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol 26, pp. 170-177 (1895).
  • [S149] The Friend (journal)
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