|Statement||compiled by Elizabeth Duncan Lee.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.D912 1982a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||86132517|
Born in and died in 21 May Cranbury, New Jersey John Duncan. A list of Revolutionary War sites in Cranbury, New Jersey. The historic sites in Cranbury NJ include the Encampment Site, the Stites House, Brainerd Cemetery, and the Colonel David Chambers House. Washington gave some details about the encampment in Cranbury, John Duncan John Dye (Dey) William Dye (Dey) The second best result is John Duncan age 20s in Paterson, NJ in the Eastside neighborhood. They have also lived in Wayne, NJ. John is related to William M Duncan and Joseph A Duncan as well as 5 additional people. Select this result to view John Duncan's phone number, address, and more. "John Duncan of Cranbury [Middlesex Co.], NJ" by Elizabeth Duncan Lee, (FHL booklet A1 #) MAD: This booklet should be consulted for information about the ancestors and descendants of John Duncan, son of Thomas Duncan and wife Jane, born /8 near Cranbury, Middlesex Co. NJ, d. 5/21/, mar. (1) 2/23/ to Violet Newell, mar.
The Early Gregorys of Connecticut - Part 1. taken from the book Ancestors and Descendants of Henry Gregory compiled by Grant Gregory. The founder of the Gregory clan in America (or at least in New England) was Henry Gregory, who came to New England some time between to John C. Underwood J. ohn C. Underwood, th. Kentucky. He took up the task of tracing his wife’s ancestry and continued over a number of years, modifying his theories along the way. The first genealogical record by Underwood was published at an unknown date and probably represents the fruits o. f his first period of research. by Pearl Duncan. Pearl Duncan, a New York author, was granted her noble ancestors’ coat of arms in She is completing a book about using DNA and genealogy to search for ancestors. He may be the John Zutphen, miller, who bought acres of land on 14 Apr , East New Jersey Deeds, abstracted by Richard Hutchinson, Book H2, pg 82 and Book E2, pg 1.  Abstracts of wills on file in the Surrogates Office, City of New York (Volume I. ), pg
Ann married John Duncan on Janu John was a widower with 7 children from his first marriage to Violet Newell, and he and Ann had 7 additional children born from to Ann died on October 1, in Cranbury, Middlesex Co., NJ. She is buried in the Reirnerd Cemetery, Cranbury, Middlesex Co., NJ. Notes for Anna Dye Duncan. John Dey married Mary Applegate (there is some disagreement as to the name of John's wife). - born on Staten Island, New York in and he died in Monmouth County, New Jersey in 2. Anne Dey was born in on Staten Island, Nework and died in in NJ. Cranbury NJ Order must be prepaid by check, VISA, or Jersey residents must add 78% sales add shipping: $ for first book, 95 cents each -US customers: please inquire for price and ordering information [email protected] Order for: A Huguenot on the Hackensack David C. Major and John S. Major. Rebecka (Perrine) Story 06 Sep Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey - abt managed by Brett Buckley last edited 23 Dec John Perrine 20 Oct Monmouth County, New Jersey, Colonies - 26 Apr managed by Orville Smith.