Gloucester County series, slave documents

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Statementprepared by Gloucester County historical project ; edited and published by the New Jersey Historical Records Survey Project, Division of Professional and Service Projects, Works Projects Administration ; sponsored by New Jersey State Planning Board.
SeriesTranscriptions of early county records of New Jersey
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LC ClassificationsF142.G5 H5 1940
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 66 leaves, [1] leaf of plates :
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Open LibraryOL4281899M
LC Control Number78308138

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Gloucester County Series Slave Documents. Author: New Jersey Historical Records Survey Project ISBN:. The middle chapters of this book are given over to Wilkes County genealogy and biography, with chapters on the buyers and sellers of lots and the early settlers of the county.

The work as a whole is crowded with references to ministers, officials, teachers, and soldiers, so much so that an index of more than 2, entries was created by Mrs. Call# FG5 H Title: Gloucester County series. Slave documents / Prepared by Gloucester County historical project ; edited and published by the New Jersey Historical Records Survey Project, Division of Professional and Service Projects, Works Projects Administration ; sp.

This publication is one Gloucester County series a series containing transcriptions of selected groups of documents of old Gloucester County. The transcriptions were made by a local project under the supervision of Cedric V.

Miller and sponsored since the inception of the WPA by the Gloucester County Board of Freeholders. Gloucester County Slavery Records - Introduction I N T R O D U C T I O N Historians agree that Negro slaves were first brought to America inwhen a ship deposited about 20 slaves at a colony in Virginia.

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Owner Order Real Estate parcel Listing (PDF) Tax Map Order Real Estate Parcel Listing (PDF) Land Book (PDF) Land Book (PDF) Land Book (PDF). Gloucester County Series, Slave Documents. prepared by Gloucester County Historical Project; edited and published by the New Jersey Historical Records Survey Project, Division of Professional and Service Projects, Works Projects Administration; sponsored by New Jersey State Planning Board.

- Newark, N.J.: Historical Records Survey, xii, 66 leaves. Gloucester County Clerk Land Records Manual: A History of the Mechanics of Recordation Data Recording Page Effective May 1, all paper land recordings must be accompanied by a paper cover sheet or a $ indexing fee will be assessed per N.J.S.A.

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Gloucester County Series: Slave Documents. "Census Gloucester County,Free and Slave, Gloucester County" is an article from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume View more articles from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography.

View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata. Gloucester County, New Jersey Wills Records (Source: SAMPUBCO) New Jersey Index of Wills, Inventories, Etc. includes Gloucester County (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) New Jersey Wills and Probate Records, includes Gloucester County (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($).

Original data: Transcriptions of early county records of New Jersey: Gloucester County series: slaveN.J.: Historical Records Survey,   "Census Gloucester County, Free and Slave, Gloucester County (Concluded)" is an article from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume View more articles from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography.

View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata. You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON. The county was re-formed by the union of the third and fourth Tenths of West Jersey on 17 May Portions of the original Gloucester County became Atlantic () and Camden () counties.

County clerks were required by law to file copies of deeds beginning in and mortgages beginning in Gloucester County Clerk’s Business Policies and Procedures for the Electronic Submission of Land Title Documents for Recordation. The following documents can be submitted electronically to the Gloucester County Clerk’s Office: *Rerecorded documents cannot be submitted electronically to the Gloucester County Clerk’s Office.

Approximat of Gloucester County ’s historical documents are housed at the Gloucester County Historical Society. Please contact the historical society directly at to locate the following record series: All handwritten Deed Books – Ancient Deeds Mortgage Books A-Z – GLOUCESTER COUNTY MARRIAGES Marriage Licenses, An Account of Marriage Licenses and Ordinary Licenses issued in Gloster County from October the 20th to October the 20th (Yes, that's the way Gloucester was spelled on the document).

Methodist Episcopal Church MarriagesThe following marriage licenses were apparently retained by. Records relating to Slaves and Children of Slaves County clerks were required by law to record slave manumissions (freedom papers) beginning in The "Act for the Gradual Abolition of Slavery" in required the recording of births of children of slave mothers.

# Gloucester County in the Civil War Woodbury, N.J. # Transcriptions of early county records of New Jersey: Gloucester County series: slave documents Newark, N.J.:Historical Records Survey, # The Organization and minutes of the Gloucester County Court, some loose papers pertaining to our earliest court.

Also, Gloucester County. Sir William Berkeley. Gloucester County Conspiracy () Contributed by Brendan Wolfe. The Gloucester County Conspiracy, also known as the Servants' Plot or Birkenhead's Rebellion, was a plan by indentured servants to rise up against authorities in Gloucester County in Nine men—John Gunter, William Bell, Richard Darbishire, John Hayte, Thomas Jones, William Ball.

Gloucester county series. Revolutionary war documents 2 copies; Gloucester County series, slave documents 2 copies; Calendar of the Stevens Family Papers, Volume Two: 1 copy; Guide to naturalization records in New Jersey 1 copy. In Gloucester County, Virginia, 1 Septemberwhite indentured servants and African slaves combined forces in what’s called “The Servant’s Plot” or the “Gloucester County Conspiracy.” Sources on the proposed rebellion are scarce and almost nothing survives from the conspirators themselves, but the document below contains.

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Quarto. Original wrappers. Bound in library buckram binding preserving the wrappers. Ex-library copy with pocket and bookplate removed. Scarce transcription of early New Jersey Seller Rating: % positive. Access property records, Access real properties.

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The vast majority of Gloucester County records were destroyed in fires in and This work, published as two volumes in one and spanning the period tois the result of Polly Mason's prodigious effort to reconstruct the records of Gloucester County .The following is information found in the records of the National Archives and Records Administration.

It identifies the record group and series, with brief descriptions and locations. It does not provide actual documents. Some of the records are microfilmed, and have been noted.

For further insight, see Walter B. Hill Jr.'s Prologue article on this 21, Waddell, W. C. H. New York. Relative to the "Weathergage.".Records of ante-bellum southern plantations from the Revolution through the Civil War [microform] These manuscripts consist of business records, account books, slave lists, Gloucester County, Virginia, concerning John Carter, John Clayton, Nathaniel Harrison, and slaves), Mrs.

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