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  • ID: I59
  • Name: Silas Jagger
  • Given Name: Silas
  • Surname: Jagger
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1 Sep 1774 in Connecticut Farms, NJ
  • Death: 30 May 1842 in Licking Co., OH
  • _UID: B7E79203ED2C488E846AAE64DF0DF07C7AF7
  • Change Date: 21 Oct 2003 at 11:34
  • Note:
    Descendants of Silas Foster Jagger


    Generation No. 1

    1. SILAS FOSTER7 JAGGER (JOHN6, ) was born September 01, 1774 in Conneticut Farms
    New Jersey, and died May 30, 1842 in Licking Co, Ohio. He married SARAH MEEKER
    January 15, 1796 in Elizabeth town, Union County, New Jersey, daughter of WILLIAM
    MEEKER and HANNAH TICHENOR.

    Notes for SILAS FOSTER JAGGER:
    Silas' will was probated May 4, 1842 in Licking Co, Ohio

    In 1796 they lived in Conneticut Farms, from 1806 to 1816 at Chatham, Morris co, New
    Jersey and moved to Licking County, Ohio in 1817

    ID: I23755
    Name: Silas Jagger
    Sex: M
    Birth: 1 SEP 1774 in New York
    Death: ABT. 4 MAY 1842 in Licking County, Ohio
    Note: Judith Jagger, 3682 Kent Road, Stow, OH 44224, judi@rags.kent.edu
    Marriage 1 Sarah Meeker b: 3 JUL 1776 in Essex County, New Jersey
    Married: 15 JAN 1796 in Elizabeth, Essex County, New Jersey
    Children
    1. Elias Jagger b: 9 MAR 1818 in Licking County, Ohio
    2. Margaret Jagger


    Source: Michele L. Cragg (per Kindred Konnections CD-ROM #1). RR#1 P.O. Box 107,
    Kahoka Missouri 63445 phone (816) 727-2128 Email: 75327.1010@compuserve.com.

    The Administrators/Executors of Silas' will were Stephen Jagger, David Jagger, Benjamin
    McClane, and Moses Pierson. the will was probated June 4, 1842 and his estate was worth
    $1,200. Source: Licking County Probate Records, 1829-1904, page 37.

    From- HISTORY OF KNOX COUNTY.page 520
    In 1835 the first Methodist church was organized in the south part of the township, by Rev.
    Saxby. This church then consisted of seventeen members, among whom were Silas Jagger,
    Samuel Dowell, John Brown and Rachel Brown. In 1836 this church built a house for public
    worship, called the Dowell meeting house, and in 1845 a new meeting-house in the village
    of Lock, where the church is located at the present time, being the oldest church
    organization now in the township. Rev. Craven is present pastor. Among the present
    members are Jacob Lambert, Albert Ponnel, Harvey Spitzer and Henry Disney. In 1835 a
    Methodist church was organized at the school-house near the Five corners, by Rev. Lynch.
    Among the members were Frederick Disney, Preserve Smith, and Job Beardslee. In 1838
    this church built a small log house on the present cemetery ground, near the Five corners,
    where they held their meetings until 1848, when meetings were held in the school-house,
    and continued there until 1869, when the church disbanded, part of the members joining the
    church at Brandon, and others at Lock.


    Notes for SARAH MEEKER:
    ID: I23756
    Name: Sarah Meeker
    Sex: F
    Birth: 3 JUL 1776 in Essex County, New Jersey
    Death: 19 DEC 1850 in Licking County, Ohio

    Father: William Meeker b: 1745 in Essex County, New Jersey
    Mother: Hannah Tichenor b: ABT. 1745

    Children of SILAS JAGGER and SARAH MEEKER are:
    2.i. CHARITY8 JAGGER, b. July 21, 1796, New Jersey; d. May 10, 1880, Mt Liberty, Knox
    Co, Ohio.
    3.ii. MARY JAGGER, b. February 19, 1798, New Jersey; d. April 11, 1875, Passwaters
    Cemetery, north of Heyworth, Ill, McLean County.
    4.iii. STEPHEN JAGGER, b. August 09, 1799, New Jersey; d. August 06, 1863, Maple
    Cemetery, Newton Twp, Licking Co, Oh.
    iv. JOHN JAGGER, b. August 18, 1801, Licking Co, Ohio; m. AURILLA CHURCH, July 12,
    1827, Licking Co, Ohio.

    Notes for AURILLA CHURCH:
    John and aurilla were married by Asa Church, magistrate.

    5.v. DAVID JAGGER, b. September 20, 1803, New Jersey; d. March 23, 1844, Chrisman
    Cemetery, Lock, Knox Co, Ohio.
    6.vi. CHARLES JAGGER, b. June 27, 1806, Morristown, Morris Co, New Jersey; d. August
    02, 1891, Morrow Co, Ohio; bur Mt Gilead Rivercliff Cem,.
    7.vii. ZENAS JAGGER, b. March 10, 1809.
    8.viii. SILAS JAGGER, b. September 12, 1810, New Jersey; d. March 14, 1890, Hall Cem,
    Knox Co, Oh.
    ix. ELIZA ANN JAGGER, b. January 17, 1813, New Jersey; d. March 28, 1816, New
    Jersey.
    x. SARAH JAGGER, b. January 21, 1815, New Jersey; d. December 04, 1878, Bur Mt
    Liberty, Knox Co, Ohio; m. JOEL ABBOTT.
    9.xi. ELIAS JAGGER, b. March 09, 1818, Licking Co, Ohio; d. April 01, 1907, Alger, Ohio;
    buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Ada, Ohio.
    10.xii. CAROLINE JAGGER, b. November 09, 1819, Licking Co, Ohio.
    11.xiii. MARGARET JAGGER, b. 1836; d. 1909.


    Generation No. 2

    2. CHARITY8 JAGGER (SILAS FOSTER7, JOHN6, ) was born July 21, 1796 in New Jersey, and
    died May 10, 1880 in Mt Liberty, Knox Co, Ohio. She married (1) JOHN HIGGINS. She met
    (2) JOHN PIERSON June 10, 1820 in Licking Co, Ohio.

    Notes for CHARITY JAGGER:
    Charity and John were married by Silas Jagger who was the Justice of the Peace.

    Children of CHARITY JAGGER and JOHN HIGGINS are:
    i. ORANGE9 HIGGINS.
    ii. ETHAN HIGGINS.
    iii. THOMAS HIGGINS.
    iv. HENRY HIGGINS.
    12.v. JOHN DELANO HIGGINS, b. June 03, 1837.

    3. MARY8 JAGGER (SILAS FOSTER7, JOHN6, ) was born February 19, 1798 in New Jersey, and
    died April 11, 1875 in Passwaters Cemetery, north of Heyworth, Ill, McLean County. She
    married HENSON CLARK September 29, 1822 in Licking Co, Ohio, son of HATTUSH CLARK
    and ARABELLA MUSGROVE.

    Notes for MARY JAGGER:
    Mary stayed in Ohio when the est of her family moved to Illinois.Mary and Henson were
    married by Elias Howell, Justice of the Peace.

    Notes for HENSON CLARK:
    Excerpt from a letter of deposition prepared by Frances Green, a great-grandaughter of
    Elisha Clark:
    "...When Henson was quite a young man he and his cousin Cornelius Houck started west
    affor. (note: Wilma Swanson says that Henson accompanied his Uncle Fleetwood Clark to
    Licking Co., Ohio in 1815). When they were on their way they met a wagon belonging to a
    Welch family named Jaggers. Stephen (sic: should be Silas - according to Wilma Swanson)
    Jaggers and his family were going west to establish a new home. There were four girls in
    the family, Charity, Sally, Caroline and Mary. Henson and Cornelius camped at the same
    places with this family several times and Henson became fond of Mary. When they came
    back to Newark, Ohio, the Jaggers family stopped there. When they became better
    acquainted in the village there was quite a wealthy man who became interested in Mary and
    wanted to marry her. But she loved Henson and married him. They were poor folks at first.
    They had 3 cups and 3 saucers, 3 plates and 3 knives and forks. They lived on what they
    raised and never got anything they could not pay for. By working hard saving they soon
    had more than the man who wanted Mary."
    According to the McLean County Biographical Record,..." For some years Henson Clark
    was engaged in farming in Licking County, Ohio but in 1857 brought his family to McLean
    County, Illinois and purchased a farm of four hundred acres in Randolph township on
    which he lived for four years. He spent his last days with his sons, George and Harrison,
    and died here about 1871 at the ripe old age of severnty-three years. His wife survived him
    four years, dying at the age of seventy-eight years."

    Henson and Mary Jaggers Clark are buried in Passwaters Cemetery north of Heyworth,
    Illinois. Henson's middle name may be George

    Children of MARY JAGGER and HENSON CLARK are:
    i. MATILDA9 CLARK, b. April 21, 1823, Licking Co, Ohio; d. July 07, 1865, Liberty
    Cemetery, Licking Co, Ohio; m. WILLIAM HOUCK.

    Notes for MATILDA CLARK:
    Matilda stayed in Licking Co, Ohio when the rest of the family moved to Illinois. Her
    husband was frist cousin once removed. She is buried in Liberty Cemetery, Licking
    Co, Ohio

    13.ii. ELIZABETH ANN CLARK, b. July 20, 1824, Licking Co, Ohio; d. July 29, 1914, Colo,
    Story Co, Iowa.
    14.iii. ELISHA CLARK, b. May 12, 1826, Licking Co, Ohio; d. August 26, 1916, Rowley,
    Buchanan Co, Iowa.
    iv. SARAH CLARK, b. July 15, Licking Co, Ohio; d. April 03, 1842, Licking Co, Liberty
    Cemetery, Ohio.
    v. SILAS J. CLARK, b. October 19, 1830, Licking Co, Ohio; d. May 29, 1850, Liberty
    Cemetery, Licking Co, Ohio.

    Notes for SILAS J. CLARK:
    Silas J. Clark died of typhus

    vi. MARY CLARK, b. June 28, 1823, Licking Co, Ohio; d. 1935, Los Angeles, California;
    m. JOHN WESLEY CONDON.
    15.vii. GEORGE HENRY CLARK, b. May 05, 1834, Licking Co, Ohio; d. September 14, 1907,
    Stuttgart, Arkansas Co, Arkansas.
    16.viii. HARRISON HENRY CLARK, b. July 06, 1836, Licking Co, Ohio; d. May 16, 1913,
    Mclean Co, Illinois.

    4. STEPHEN8 JAGGER (SILAS FOSTER7, JOHN6, ) was born August 09, 1799 in New Jersey, and
    died August 06, 1863 in Maple Cemetery, Newton Twp, Licking Co, Oh. He married
    MARY YOUNG November 22, 1828 in Licking Co, Ohio.

    Notes for STEPHEN JAGGER:
    1850 Licking County Census page 257a; McKean Township
    Stephen Jagger age 50 born NJ
    Mary age 48 born NJ
    Mary J age 20 born Ohio
    George age 18 born Ohio
    Nancy age 15 born Ohio
    Hethcoat (sic) age 14 born Ohio
    E. Malinda age 12 born Ohio


    Children of STEPHEN JAGGER and MARY YOUNG are:
    i. MARY JANE9 JAGGER, b. 1830.
    ii. SARAH JAGGER, b. 1831.
    iii. GEORGE JAGGER, b. 1832.
    iv. NANCY JAGGER, b. 1835.
    v. HARRIET JAGGER, b. 1836.
    vi. HETHCOAF (SIC) JAGGER, b. 1836.
    vii. MALINDA JAGGER, b. 1838.
    viii. JAMES JAGGER, b. 1839.

    5. DAVID8 JAGGER (SILAS FOSTER7, JOHN6, ) was born September 20, 1803 in New Jersey,
    and died March 23, 1844 in Chrisman Cemetery, Lock, Knox Co, Ohio. He married ANNA
    BROWN August 03, 1833.

    Children of DAVID JAGGER and ANNA BROWN are:
    17.i. DAVID9 JAGGER, b. 1833, Ohio.
    ii. RACHEL JAGGER, b. April 30, 1834; d. Aft. 1881; m. MANUEL GRANDLE, 1859,
    Knox Co, Ohio.

    6. CHARLES8 JAGGER (SILAS FOSTER7, JOHN6, ) was born June 27, 1806 in Morristown,
    Morris Co, New Jersey, and died August 02, 1891 in Morrow Co, Ohio; bur Mt Gilead
    Rivercliff Cem,. He married RHODA CHILCOTE in Licking County, Ohio.

    Child of CHARLES JAGGER and RHODA CHILCOTE is:
    i. AURILLA9 JAGGER, b. 1855.

    7. ZENAS8 JAGGER (SILAS FOSTER7, JOHN6, ) was born March 10, 1809. He married (1)
    CYNTHIA COE. He married (2) MARTHA WILSON October 03, 1850 in vigo, Indiana.

    Notes for ZENAS JAGGER:
    1850 Vigo County Indiana Census, Harrison twp:
    Zenas Jagger age 41; shopkeeper; born New Jersey
    Silas Jagger, age 18 (Pauper) farmer; born Indiana
    George Jagger, age 15 (pauper); Laborer; born Ohio
    Sarah Jagger, age 14; born Ohio
    Cynthia age 8; born Indiana
    Franklin, age 4; born Indiana

    Children of ZENAS JAGGER and CYNTHIA COE are:
    i. SILAS9 JAGGER, b. 1832.
    ii. GEORGE JAGGER, b. 1835.
    iii. SARAH JAGGER, b. 1836.
    iv. CYNTHIA JAGGER, b. 1842.
    v. FRANKLIN JAGGER, b. 1846.

    8. SILAS8 JAGGER (SILAS FOSTER7, JOHN6, ) was born September 12, 1810 in New Jersey, and
    died March 14, 1890 in Hall Cem, Knox Co, Oh. He married (1) JANE. He married (2)
    ELEANOR BROWN September 1834 in Ohio.

    Notes for SILAS JAGGER:
    Was a private in the Civil War

    From "History of Knox County" 520
    In 1835 the first Methodist church was organized in the south part of the township, by Rev.
    Saxby. This church then consisted of
    seventeen members, among whom were Silas Jagger, Samuel Dowell, John Brown and
    Rachel Brown. In 1836 this church built a
    house for public worship, called the Dowell meeting house, and in 1845 a new meeting-
    house in the village of Lock, where the
    church is located at the present time, being the oldest church organization now in the
    township. Rev. Craven is present pastor.
    Among the present members are Jacob Lambert, Albert Ponnel, Harvey Spitzer and Henry
    Disney. In 1835 a Methodist church
    was organized at the school-house near the Five corners, by Rev. Lynch. Among the
    members were Frederick Disney, Preserve
    Smith, and Job Beardslee. In 1838 this church built a small log house on the present
    cemetery ground, near the Five corners,
    where they held their meetings until 1848, when meetings were held in the school-house,
    and continued there until 1869, when the
    church disbanded, part of the members joining the church at Brandon, and others at Lock.

    Child of SILAS JAGGER and ELEANOR BROWN is:
    18.i. SARAH ELIZABETH9 JAGGER, b. December 18, 1837, Milford Township, Knox Co,
    Ohio.

    9. ELIAS8 JAGGER (SILAS FOSTER7, JOHN6, ) was born March 09, 1818 in Licking Co, Ohio,
    and died April 01, 1907 in Alger, Ohio; buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Ada, Ohio. He
    married (1) MARIAH CONKLE May 15, 1838, daughter of JACOB CONKLE and ELIZABETH
    WEAVER. He married (2) MARGARET DAWSON DAUGHERTY 1896.

    Notes for ELIAS JAGGER:
    1850 census, Auglaize Twp, Allen Co, Ohio; page 284/5 done in month of August
    Elias Jaggers age 33 Farmer born Ohio
    Maria Jaggers 32 born Ohio (note: her tombstone says Mariah)
    William Jaggers age 11 born Ohio
    Clarissa age 9 born Ohio
    Alameda age 7, born Ohio
    Louisa age 4 born Ohio
    Winfield age 2 born Ohio
    Taylor abe 3/12 months born Ohio

    Census Place: Marion, Hardin, Ohio
    Source: FHL Film 1255031 National Archives Film T9-1031 Page 177C
    Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
    Elias JAGGER Self M M W 62 OH
    Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
    Mariah JAGGER Wife F M W 62 OH
    Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
    Jennie JAGGER Dau F S W 21 OH
    Occ: Teaching School Fa: OH Mo: OH
    Dorsy JAGGER Son M S W 19 OH
    Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: OH Mo: OH


    From "The History of Hardin County", Marion Township Chapter, page 951
    Elias Jagger, farmer, P.O. Ada, was born in Licking County, Ohio, March 9, 1818. His
    paternal grandparents were John and Phebe Jagger, the former born May 3 1748, the latter
    July 2, 1746. His father, Silas Jagger was born in New York September 1, 1774; and his
    mother, Sarah (Meeker) Jagger was born July 3, 1776, one day before the Declaration of
    Independence.
    In 1840 our subject located in Allen County, Ohio, and remained there until 1868,
    serving six years as Just of the Peace, since which time he has resided in Hardin County.
    He was married, May 15, 1838, to Maria Conkle of Fairfield County, Ohio, and to them
    were born eleven children, their names and dates of births as follows: Wilson, March 2,
    1839; Clarissa, February 23, 1841; Almed, November 4, 1842; Clearman, October 4, 1844;
    Louisa, June 5, 1846; Winfield, March 12, 1848; Taylor J., March 23, 1850; Elisa T.,
    August 23, 1852; Sarah M., March 9, 1855; Elizabeth J., March 24, 1857; Dorsey, October
    25, 1860. On October 23, 1882, Mr. Jagger laid out the village of Jagger, (note: now Alger)
    on the Chicago & Atlantic Railway, in the southeast corner of Section 8, on the Round Head
    and Ada Turnpike. The village is nearly centrally located on the only railroad and turnpike
    of the township, and will probably soon become quite a business center.

    From History of Allen County, Marion Twp chapter, page 669:
    "Jagger is a new town laid out in October, 1882 on the southeast corner of Section 8, where
    the Chicago & Atlantic Railroad crosses the Ada & Round Head Turnpike. Being near the
    middle of the township and on a new through line of railroad, it may become a place of
    considerable trade. two saw mills are already at work with acres of logs around them. Two
    or three new houses are in course of construction and should the enterprise of draining the
    marsh prove a success this new village situated on its northwest border will become a place
    of considerable trade and quite a shipping point.
    ****************
    History of Alger, Ohio:
    Alger was incorporated in 1896. It was initially plotted as a station on the Chicago-Atlantic
    Railroad (later Erie Lackawanna) to haul crops of mostly onions from the fields to other
    parts of the country. Alger was first named Jaggers for Elias and Maria Jagger who supplied
    40 acres for the town to be built on in 1882. In 1890, the name was changed to Preston for
    six months until it was discovered that another town in Ohio had the same name. It was
    later changed to Alger to honor Ohio born Michigan Governor Russell A. Alger, who was a
    descendant of one of the pioneer families of Ohio.
    Alger had a blacksmith shop run by Lewis A. Ankerman who manufactured big disks that
    were worn on the each hoof of the horses to keep them from sinking in the Black Swamp
    muck. Ankerman also started the Alger bank, which is still in service today as a branch of
    the Liberty National Bank.
    Alger suffered a disastrous fire in 1909 which destroyed much of the downtown business
    district including a hotel, a grocery, the livery stable and other businesses which were never
    rebuilt. Prior to 1910 Alger had its own newspaper called the "Alger Gazette" and had a
    population of 1000 people.


    Children of ELIAS JAGGER and MARIAH CONKLE are:
    19.i. WILSON9 JAGGER, b. March 02, 1839, Licking county; d. March 23, 1895, Buried in
    Rockport Methodist Cemetery on Rockport Road.
    20.ii. CLARISSA JAGGER, b. February 23, 1841.
    iii. ALMEDA JAGGER, b. November 25, 1842; m. JEREMIAH MCKEON, March 06, 1864,
    Allen Co, Ohio.
    iv. CLEARMAN (DOCK) JAGGER, b. August 19, 1844, Benton Co, Indiana.

    Notes for CLEARMAN (DOCK) JAGGER:
    Alternate birth date Oct 4, 1844.

    Enlisted in Civil War April 20, 1861/ Was a Private; Co E 151 Ohio Infantry.

    21.v. LOUISA JAGGER, b. June 05, 1846.
    22.vi. WINFIELD JAGGER, b. March 12, 1848.
    23.vii. TAYLOR IRVIN JAGGER, b. March 23, 1850; d. September 23, 1889, Buried in
    Rockport Methodist Cemetery on Rockport Road.
    viii. ELIAS TOBIAS JAGGER, b. August 23, 1852, ohio; d. Bef. 1907, Alger, Ohio; m.
    MARY E. GORDON.

    Notes for ELIAS TOBIAS JAGGER:
    Lived in Everet, MIchigan.

    24.ix. SARAH MARIAH JAGGER, b. March 09, 1855.
    25.x. ELIZABETH L JAGGER, b. March 24, 1857.
    xi. JENNIE JAGGER, b. 1859.
    26.xii. DORSEY JAGGER, b. October 25, 1860, Lima, Allen Co, Ohio; d. April 15, 1949,
    Columbia City, Indiana.

    10. CAROLINE8 JAGGER (SILAS FOSTER7, JOHN6, N) was born November 09, 1819 in Licking
    Co, Ohio. She married MORDECAI CHILCOTE June 25, 1841 in Licking Co, Ohio.

    Children of CAROLINE JAGGER and MORDECAI CHILCOTE are:
    i. JAMES D.9 CHILCOTE, b. 1844.
    ii. SARAH B. CHILCOTE, b. 1846.

    11. MARGARET8 JAGGER (SILAS FOSTER7, JOHN6, ) was born 1836, and died 1909. She
    married JOHN W. SPEELMAN.

    Notes for MARGARET JAGGER:
    ID: I55229
    Father: Silas Jagger b: 1 SEP 1774 in New York
    Mother: Sarah Meeker b: 3 JUL 1776 in Essex County, New Jersey

    Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown

    Married: 1 DEC 1863

    Children of MARGARET JAGGER and JOHN SPEELMAN are:
    i. CLARA9 SPEELMAN, b. 1866.
    ii. ELLEN SPEELMAN, b. 1868.
    iii. CARRIE SPEELMAN, b. 1869.
    iv. LOTTIE SPEELMAN, b. 1873.
    v. ARTHUR SPEELMAN, b. 1875.
    -Information provided to me by Judi Jagger-RootsWeb Forum


    Geographic Notes
    Elizabeth, originally called Elizabethtown, is the county seat of Union County, New Jersey. Union County was originally part of Essex County. Connecticut Farms, which is now called Union, is just down the road from Elizabeth and is in Union County. The church, school, and cemetery have retained the Connecticut Farms name. Connecticut Farms was founded by a group of settlers from Connecticut.




    Father: John Jaggers b: 3 May 1748 in Suffolk Co, NY
    Mother: Phoebe Foster b: 2 Jul 1746

    Marriage 1 Sarah Meeker b: 3 Jul 1776 in Essex Co., NJ
    • Married: 15 Jan 1796 in Elizabeth, Essex, NJ 1
    • Note:
      Rev. Menzies Rayner, Rector of St. John's Protestant Episcopal church, Elizabethtown, 1796 - 1801
      http://www.rootsweb.com/~njessex/towns/county/marriagerecords03.htm
      -
    • Change Date: 1 Sep 2005
    Children
    1. Has Children Charity Jagger b: 21 Jul 1796 in New Jersey
    2. Has No Children Mary Jagger b: 19 Feb 1798 in New Jersey
    3. Has No Children Stephen Jagger b: 9 Aug 1799 in New Jersey
    4. Has No Children John Jagger b: 18 Aug 1801 in Licking Co., OH
    5. Has No Children David Jagger b: 20 Sep 1803 in New Jersey
    6. Has No Children Charles Jagger b: 27 Jun 1806 in Morristown, Morris Co., New Jersey
    7. Has Children Zenas Jagger b: 1809 in New Jersey
    8. Has Children Silas Jagger b: 12 Sep 1810 in New Jersey
    9. Has No Children Eliza Ann Jagger b: 17 Jan 1813 in New Jersey
    10. Has No Children Sarah Jagger b: 21 Jan 1815 in New Jersey
    11. Has Children Elias Jagger b: 9 Mar 1818 in Licking Co., OH
    12. Has Children Caroline Jagger b: 9 Nov 1819 in Licking Co., OH

    Sources:
    1. Media: Court
      Abbrev: Essex County Clerk's Marriage Records
      Title: Essex County Clerk's Marriage Records; New Jersey Archives Vol XXII Marriage Records 1665-1800 pp 582-598

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