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people Place Date
Kingwood    
Crooked Billet Manor of Moreland  
Manor of Moreland in the 17th and 18th century    
Signers of Coxe Affair Letter Hopewell, Hunterdon County 1731
Property owners Manor of Moreland 1734
Assessment Manor of Moreland 1776
 
     
 
Military Unit Place Date
3rd Company of the Militia, Philadelphia County 1780
 
 
 
 
Church Remarks
History First  
Hopewell Baptist  
Ketocin Baptist 1776 Communicants
Kingwood Baptist  
North Ten Mile Baptist  
Pennepek Baptist Philadelphia County
Scotch Plains Baptist  
Seventh Day Baptist  
Southampton Baptist  
 
 
 

New Jersey's first permanent European settlement was in 1660.

Name Lived in Remarks
Bonham Piscataway  
Dunham Piscataway  
Fox Hunterdon  
Frazee Shrewsbury, Monmouth County, New Jersey
Amwell Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania from New Jersey
 
Howell    
Larew Hunterdon  
Lippington Piscataway  
Oxley Hunterdon  
Randall Family Manor of Moreland  
Rittenhouse Hunterdon  
Runyon    
Stout    
Sutton    
Walton Manor of Moreland  
Walton Family Manor of Moreland  
Warford Kingwood, Hunterdon County,  
Watts    
Yerkes Manor of Moreland  
Yerkes Family Manor of Moreland  

Hunterdon County was originally part of Burlington County, West Jersey. It was set off from Burlington County on March 11, 1714. It included Amwell, Hopewell, and Maidenhead Townships.

The Manor of Moreland was composed of a tract of ten thousand acres, and was created, in 1682, by a grant from William Penn to Dr. Nicholas More. Most of the Manor was in Philadelphia County, but is now Moreland Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

 

   

 

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