Haddon Township"s Hopkins Plantation

the first three hundred years
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St. Joseph"s University Press , [Philadelphia, Pa.]
Haddon (N.J. : Township) -- History, New Jersey -- History, Local, Haddon (N.J. : Township) -- Historical geog
StatementDennis G. Raible.
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 174 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23260834M
ISBN 100916101061
OCLC/WorldCa21870367

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Modern Haddon Township emerged from Quaker roots that dateback to the s. Originally named Newton Township, themunicipality was incorporated as the Township of Haddon in The township's current boundaries developed with the formation ofneighboring towns.

During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, thepreviously agrarian Haddon Township shifted dramatically with theintroduction of. The Plantation book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

One by one, in cities across America, people of all ages are taken /5. The Hopkins, Haddon Township, (albeit some 23 years after the railroad went into operation) shows that at that time there was a lane from the Samuel Webster thirty acre farm which crossed the creek at the foot of what became Glenwood Avenue and thus gave -access by way of the lane to Haddon Avenue.

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The Hopkins family owned Whitehall Plantation at the time of the acquisition of materials. Preferred Citation [item identification], Hopkins family collection of Whitehall Plantation records, MSGeorgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.

Acquisition Information. Gift of William Lathrop and Anna Meuer Hopkins, date unknown. – James Hopkins acquired the property. – House built (4, p. ) James Hopkins built a one-and-one-half story frame construction house (1, p. Circa – Sometime afterJames Hopkin's daughter Keziah Goodwyn Hopkins Brevard moved Brevard Place Plantation with her husband Alexander Joseph McLean Brevard (1, p.

Allegan County Tax Maps: Hopkins Township (T.3N., RW.) Click on a section or quarter-section to view the tax map for that area. Detailed Instructions are available for the viewing, printing and saving of tax map documents. Other information for Hopkins Township is also available.

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Horner’s Sawmill was north of Marlton Pike. It has been suggested that it was renamed in to Troth’s Sawmill (Haddon Township’s Hopkins Plantation, p.

23). But it seems that Troth’s was not only at a different location but was operated by steam. Note: The book Elizabeth Haddon Estaugh,has a wealth of details about Elizabeth, the Haddon family, and about the early days of was written by Jeffery M.

Dorwart and Elizabeth A. Lyons. It's available through the Historical Society of Haddonfield. Inwhen he Ebenezer () married Sarah Lord (), daughter of James Lord and Elizabeth. Haddonfield, Haddon Twp. and other surrounding townships) in Gloucester County, New Jersey, John "Sadlar" is listed as a "Free Colored Person," male years of age.

Along with his listing are 3 female children under 10 years of age, and 1 female between the age 24 - John Sadler is also recorded in the Wood Farm Account (Haddonfield. Instant downloads of all LitChart PDFs (including Of Plymouth Plantation).

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Elizabeth Haddon was born in Southwark, London, England, Her Quaker father, John Haddon, bought a acre (2 km²) tract of land in Gloucester County in the English colony of West Jersey to escape religious persecution.

Linton C Hopkins was born circaat birth place, Virginia, to John T Hopkins and Maggie L Hopkins. Linton had 5 siblings: Aubrey E Hopkins, Ruby L Hopkins and 3 other siblings.

Linton lived inat address, Virginia. "James Hopkinson's Plantation. Planting Sweet Potatoes" Early in the Civil War, on November 7,a fleet of Union gunboats bombarded the Sea Islands off the coast of South Carolina. Confederate planters left hastily, ordering their field hands and house servants to accompany them.

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The Bible was presented to this church by Mrs. Jenny, the wife of its first rector, (so far as known), inand was published in London in The book, although somewhat abused of late years, is now in the possession of Jacob Stokes Cole, of Haddon township, by whom it is carefully preserved and cherished for its associations.

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Tuesday, June 4— Calling at Major John Bradford's at Kingston near Plimouth, son of Major Wm. Bradford formerly Dep Gov'r of Plimouth Colony, who was eldest son of Wm. Bradford Esq their 2nd Gov'r, & author of this History; ye sd Major John Bradford gave me several manuscript octavoes wh he assured me were written with his said Grandfather Gov'r Bradford's own hand.

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History of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford. Publication date Publisher Little, Brown and company Collection americana Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Addeddate Pages:. This antique map (Hopkins Township, Hilliards Station) and atlas (Allegan County ) are part of the Historic Map Works, Residential Genealogy™ historical map collection, the largest digital collection of rare, ancient, old, historical, cadastral and antiquarian maps of its type.

We currently have over 1, images available online.Book, Microform in English "Hawfield" Plantation books,Orange County, Virginia, accession number Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, © On 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

Explore more options for this title. Copies in Library - not available while library buildings are closed.Birth: Nothing is known of John Smith’s date or place of birth.

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Ship: Unknown,before Life in England:Nothing is known of his life in England. Life in New England:There seem to have been two John Smiths in Plymouth in the early s.

On JJohn Smith agreed to serve John Jenny for seven years, for which heFile Size: KB.