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Record Group: Nathaniel Rue Ewan (1870-1961)
Series: "Early Houses of Burlington County, New Jersey" [Photograph Album], 1932-1949
Accession #: 1939.002
Series #:  PEWAN001
Guide Date:  1/1995 (JK)
Volume: 1 c.f. [1 box, 1 map]

Content Note | Contents | Place Name Index | Surname Index

Biographical Note

Nathaniel Rue Ewan of Moorestown, New Jersey, was born 28 April 1870 in the Ewan family ancestral home at Ewansville, Burlington Co. His parents were Charles Ewan Jr., a cider and vinegar manufacturer, and Mary A. Wilkins. In 1894, N. R. Ewan married Ella L. Thomas of Camden. By that time, he had taken up his father's cider and vinegar business, which occupation he carried on until his retirement in 1936. Ewan was also associated, during the course of his career, with three independent telephone companies and served as president of the Vincentown & Tabernacle Telephone Company for sixteen years. He was a member of the Southampton Board of Education for several terms, and was also president of the Associated School Board of Burlington County for two terms.

Ewan possessed a great interest in the history of New Jersey and particularly the history of Burlington County. Accordingly, for four years he worked for the Library of Congress on the Historic American Building Survey. Ewan was a principal participant of the Survey in Burlington County, and personally located and photographed scores of private and public historic structures. In his retirement, Ewan served as president of the Burlington County Historical Society as well as curator and treasurer of the Camden County Historical Society. He was also appointed by Governor Edison in November 1943 as a member of the New Jersey Historic Sites Commission.

N. R. Ewan died 10 January 1961 at the Masonic Home in Burlington Township, aged 90 years.

Bibliography

The Story of New Jersey, Volume V. (New York, NY: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1945). "Nathaniel R. Ewan," pp. 1045-1046.


Content Note

This series contains 110 photographs taken by N. R. Ewan during the 1930s showing pre-1800 private homes and outbuildings in Burlington County. The photographs were presented to the New Jersey State Library in 1939 as a two-part album. For each view, Ewan provided a detailed caption summarizing the known history of the structure. For the purposes of preservation, the photographs have been removed from the original (highly acidic) album pages and placed in plastic sleeves. In addition, the captions have been photocopied onto acid-free bond paper and placed within the sleeves, behind the corresponding photographs.

As mentioned above, Ewan served as a photographer for the Historic American Building Survey (HABS) in Burlington County. Consequently, similar--but not identical--views of many of the structures included here can be found among the HABS documentation photographs. Ewan's 1939 album, nevertheless, seems to include only prints from his private collection, not copies of HABS photographs. In the latter, New Jersey site number signs can be seen in exterior views.

It should be noted that Ewan had previously donated (by 1935) similar albums to the Burlington County Historical Society, the Burlington County Library at Mount Holly, and the Moorestown Library. This was reported in a Mount Holly Herald article that year which also contained the complete list of 107 captions. (Copies of this article and another by Ewan entitled "How Old is Your House?" are included with this series as the first items in the box). Ewan added three views in the 1939 album, and also revised several of the 1935 captions. Also, inserted in the album (between site nos. 107 and 108) was a 1949 photograph of a log house on Burlington Road which was demolished that year. This item might have been a later addition by the donor.

Finally, Ewan also included his donation to the State Library a copy of a Burlington County map on which he marked the approximate locations of each structure photographed. The key map is stored unfolded and rolled.

Contents (click on image below for enlarged view)

NOTE: Included below are basic descriptions of the structures photographed by Ewan using his 1939 captions, the 1935 Mount Holly Herald article, and the key map. The accuracy of the descriptions has not been verified. Place name and surname indexes have been added following the Contents list to aid researchers.


No. Description (see caption for further details) Image
-- Copy of Map of Burlington County, New Jersey (General Drafting Co., Inc., N.Y., no date) showing "Approximate location of Colonial Houses in Burlington Co. numbered to correspond with collection of photographs by N. R. Ewan, Moorestown, N.J." [stored rolled in tube].  
--
Newspaper articles by N. R. Ewan: "Colonial Homes of Burlington County Built Prior to 1800," Mount Holly Herald, 1935 [photocopy of bound copy in New Jersey State Library]; "How Old is Your House?," West Jersey Press, 18 April 1940 [photocopy].
1.
Thomas Revell/Isaac Decow House (built by George Hutchinson), Pearl Street, Burlington, 1685.
2.
John Rogers House, near Springside, Burlington Twp., 1718.
3.
Samuel Allen House ("Ivystone"), near Five Points, Cinnaminson Twp., 1762.
4.
Hewlings Homestead, River Road near Riverside, Delran Twp., date unknown.

5.
Zelley property, North Stanwick Ave., Moorestown, 1721.
6.
Spring Valley Country Club (includes Jeremiah Matlack home), near Maple Shade, Chester Twp., ca. 1753.
7.
Hezekiah and Mary Jones House, South Pemberton Road near Smithville, Southampton Twp., 1791.
8.
John and Mary Hollingshead/David and Sarah Peacock House, Pemberton-Vincentown Road, Southampton Twp., 1785/1812.
9-10.
Parrish House, Oxmead Road, Burlington Twp., pre-1800.


11.
William Pew House, Oxmead and Burrs Roads, Westampton Twp., early 1800s.
12.
John Woolman/Jabez Woolston Residence, Branch Street, Mount Holly, 1771.
13.
John and Kesiah Burr Homestead (rebuilt), Burrs Road, Westampton Twp., 1725/1732.
14.
Joseph Moore House, Bulls Head Road, Lumberton vicinity, 1754.
15.
Thomas and Rebecca Haines House, Rancocas-Wood Lane Road, Westampton Twp., 1775 (owned by Harold Pew, 1935).
16.
George and Sarah Elkington/Joseph Borton House, Rancocas-Burlington Road, Westampton Twp., 1765/1835.
17.
Thomas and Tabitha (Huggs) Buzby House, Rancocas-Beverly Road (on Rancocas River) near Franklin Park property, Willingboro Twp., 1783.
18.
Ancient frame house, just north of Rancocas Village, Willingboro Twp., pre-1700 (occupied by Robert Haines, 1925-1930; owned by William Grovatt Sr., 1939).
19.
Aaron and Rachel Wills House, Rancocas-Centerton Road, Westampton Twp., 1786.
20.
Brick house (builder unknown), Rancocas-Mount Holly Road, Westampton Twp., 1756.
21.
John Woolston House, north of Rancocas River near Ewansville, Pemberton Twp., 1710-1720.
22.
Eayres Residence (mill property), Lumberton Twp., 1769.
23.
Michael and Susannah Newbold House, Georgetown-Wrightstown Road near Monmouth Road, Chesterfield Twp., 1736 (owned by Mrs. John Hutchinson, 1939).
24.
Caleb/Clayton and Mary Newbold House, Chesterfield Twp., 1764 (owned by Mrs. John Hutchinson, 1935).
25.
William and Susan Newbold House, one mile east of Georgetown, Chesterfield Twp., 1769 (owned by Mrs. John B. Atkinson, 1939).
26.
Barzilla and Sarah Newbold House (Bowne House), Georgetown-Columbus Road, Mansfield Twp., 1740.
27.
Anthony and Ann Taylor House (also has Newbold connection), private lane leading from Chesterfield-Bordentown Road, near Chesterfield, 1766.
28.
Joseph and Hannah Buzby House, near Charleston (Beverly section), Willingboro Twp., 1764 (owned by Joseph Wills, 1939).
29.
Early Shreve House, Columbus-Georgetown Road near Bowne property, Mansfield Twp., 1742.
30.
John and Elizabeth Hough House, near Juliustown/Houghton, Springfield Twp., 1763.
31.
Henry and Mary Burr House, on lanes leading from Vincentown-Pemberton and South Pemberton Roads, Southampton Twp., 1785 (occupied by Clinton Worrell, 1935).
32.
Jos. and Mary Wills House (Dr. Wills property), below Marlton, Evesham Twp., 1789.
33.
William and Mary Ridgway House, near Charleston (Beverly vicinity), Willingboro Twp., 1789.
34.
Brick house owned by Daniel Lippincott in 1778, Marlton vicinity, Evesham Twp., date unknown.
35.
John Ridgway House, on obscure road leading from Monmouth Road to Columbus-Georgetown Road, Georgetown vicinity, Springfield Twp., 1753.
36.
Cowperthwait Homestead, Moorestown-Haddonfield Road, Moorestown Twp., 1742 or 1755-1760.
37.
John and Mary Roberts House, Lenola-Fellowship Road, Moorestown Twp., 1736.
38.
Frame house, old Monmouth Road east of Wrightstown Road intersection, near Sykesville, Chesterfield Twp., 1757.
39.
Traditional headquarters of General Clinton when encamped at Evesham (1778), Mount Laurel-Evesboro Road, Mount Laurel Twp., 1744.
40.
J. Brognard/John Poinsett House, Monmouth Road near Sykesville, North Hanover Twp., ca. 1790 (owned by H. C. Poinsett, 1935).
41.
Glazed brick house near Charleston, Burlington Twp., 1780 (owned by Howard Wills, 1939).
42.
William Matlack House, School House Lane near Colestown, Chester Twp., 1751.
43.
Francis Hopkinson House (built by John Imlay), Park Avenue, Bordentown, 1750 (owned by Judge Harold B. Wells, 1939).
44.
Brick and frame house, Fellowship-Church Road, Mount Laurel Twp., date unknown (owned by Richard Hugg, 1845).
45.
Darling and Deliverance Conroe House, near Burlington Pike on Haines Mill Road, Delran Twp., 1751.
46.
William or Joseph Lawrie House, Arneytown, North Hanover Twp., date unknown.
47.
Brick house on Deer Seed/Campbell Soup Farm, near Moorestown, Delran Twp., date unknown.
48.
Samuel B. Lippincott/Pemberton Borton property, near Green Tree-Hainesport Road, Mount Laurel Twp., ca. 1785.
49.
Thomas and Hannah Tallman House, Bortons Landing Road near Long Crossing, Moorestown Twp., 1757.
50.
Darnell House, Route 38 near Masonville, Mount Laurel Twp., date unknown (owned by Dr. Kaufman, 1939).
51.
Jacob Hewlings House, Green Tree-Vincentown/Hainesport Road, Evesham Twp., 1797.
52.
William Rogers House, Mount Laurel Twp., 1769.
53.
Brick house, Jacksonville (Slabtown), Springfield Twp., 1761.
54.
Amos Wilkins House, Lumberton-Medford Road near Cross Roads, Medford Twp., 1787.
55.
Edward Tonkin/Black Family House, Jacksonville-Jobstown Road near Smithville, Springfield Twp., date unknown (owned by John Hancock, 1939).
56.
Isaac Evans House (on site of 1715 house of Thomas Evans), Evesham Twp., 1769 (owned by Dr. Haines, 1935).
57.
Revolutionary House, Crosswicks, Chesterfield Twp., date unknown (owned by Mary Braslain, 1935).
58.
Deacon House, Elbow Lane Road near Deacons Station, Mount Holly-Burlington Road, Burlington Twp., 1744.
59.
Amos Middleton House, Crosswicks, Chesterfield Twp., ca. 1750.
60.
Darnell property, Hainesport-Mount Laurel Road, Mount Laurel Twp., 1782.
61.
Thomas and Mary Evans House, Marlton-Medford Road, Evesham Twp., 1785.
62.
Frame house, brick paned, on obscure lane leading from Mount Holly-Rancocas Road (possibly a Woolman farmhouse), Westampton Twp., date unknown.
63.
Neddy French House, Moorestown Twp., ca. 1770.
64.
Brick house on George P. Lippincott farm, Green Tree-Mount Laurel Road near Green Tree, Evesham Twp., 1785.
65-66.
Samuel Emley House, Arneytown Road near Jacobstown, North Hanover Twp., 1784, and Emley homestead property.


67.
Gaskill House, Monmouth Road west of Jobstown, Springfield Twp., 1792 (one-time residence of Charles Pew).
68.
Julius Ewan House, Juliustown, Springfield Twp., date unknown.
69.
Samuel Risdon House, Garden Street, Mount Holly, date unknown (owned by the Misses Etris, 1939).
70.
Bullock Homestead, Monmouth Road at intersection of Jacobstown Road, near Jacobstown, North Hanover Twp., late-18th century.
71.
Jonathan Haines House, near Kirbys Mills (formerly Haines Mills/ Prickitts Mills), Medford Twp., 1720 (owned by Mr. F. Tschirner, 1939).
72.
Brick Family Homestead, just west of Marlton village, Evesham Twp., ca. early 1800s (owned by Albert Lippincott, 1939).
73.
Thomas Taylor/Applegate House, Georgetown (formerly Foolstown), Mansfield Twp., 1765 (owned by Mrs. Horace McIlvain, 1939).
74.
Field Mansion/Richards Tavern on Delaware River (also owned by Richard Brown), Fieldsboro (formerly White Hill), possibly 1725 (owned by Mrs. Douglas, 1939).
75.
Thomas Woodward House, on Keith's Province Line, just north of Arneytown, Upper Freehold Twp., Monmouth Co., 1735/1783 (owned by Mr. & Mrs. Duncan MacKenzie, 1939).
76.
Dr. Edward Shippen/James or William Askew House, Burlington, 1764.
77.
Birthplace of James Fenimore Cooper/Captain James Lawrence, Burlington, partly pre-1700 (Cooper birthplace owned by Burlington County Historical Society, 1939).
78.
Beldin House, Wood Street, Burlington, 1797.
79.
Fenimore House, York Street, Burlington, date unknown.
80.
Boudinot/Bradford House, Burlington, ca. 1800.
81.
Isaac Collins House, Broad Street, Burlington, ca. 1780-1790.
82.
Black Homestead, north side of Monmouth Road, east of Jobstown, Springfield Twp., date unknown (owned "recently" by Henry Black, 1939).
83.
J. Black Smokehouse, Monmouth Road, Springfield Twp., 1786 (see no. 82 above).
84.
Solomon Mason House, south side of Marlton-Medford Road, Evesham Twp., date unknown.
85.
Samuel/Richard Smith House, High Street, Moorestown, ca. 1765/1798 (owned by John Cadbury, 1939).
86.
William Roberts House, West Main Street, Moorestown, ca. 1765/1785.
87.
Prickitt Family House (possibly built by Allen family), near Sandtown (Medford vicinity), formerly Prickittown, Southampton Twp., 1782.
88.
Wading River/Bridgeport Tavern, Washington Twp., date unknown.
89.
William Allinson House (apothecary), High Street, Burlington, 1731.
90.
Dr. Samuel Haines Residence, East Main Street, Moorestown, ca. 1750.
91.
J. Bispham House/Friends Meeting House, Main and Schooly Sts., Moorestown, ca. 1744.
92.
Farmhouse, side road leading from Florence to Columbus-Burlington Road, Florence Twp., 1752.
93.
"Hoot Owl" Farm, north of old Tuckerton Road near Taunton Lakes Stream, Evesham Twp., 1772.
94.
Silas Walton/J. Bispham/Commodore Truxton House, Moorestown-Mount Holly Road near Long Crossing, Moorestown Twp., date unknown.
95.
William Stackhouse/William H. Burr House, Main Street, Mount Holly, date unknown.
96.
Major Joseph Budd House ("Mud Farm"), Buddtown-Birmingham Road, Southampton Twp., ca. 1750.
97.
Brick House, east side of Mount Holly-Jacksonville Road, Eastampton Twp., date unknown (owned by Frank E. Snyder, 1935).
98.
Gleason Farmhouse (possibly built by Budd family), west side of Buddtown-Birmingham Road, Southampton Twp., date unknown.
99.
Morris Mansion (formerly known as "Yellow Mansion"), possibly built by Thomas or David Budd, Pemberton, pre-1752.
100.
James Kinsey/William Griffith/Moose Family House, Broad St., Burlington, date unknown (owned by Dr. Cassidy in "recent years," 1939).
101.
Stokes/Gaskill/Kemble/Johnson Family House, west side of Mount Holly-Jacksonville Road, Springfield Twp., 1766 (owned by Fenton and Zelley families, late-eighteenth century; owned by George Winzinger, 1939).
102.
Thomas Rogers House, Jacksonville-Kinkora Road/Jacksonville to Columbus-Burlington Road, Mansfield Twp., date unknown.
103.
Huff/Hough Family Home, Arneys Mount-Juliustown Road, Springfield Twp., ca. 1780-1800.
104.
Jacob Merritt House, Chambers Corner-Arneys Mount Road, Springfield Twp., 1785 (owned by Shreve Lippincott, 1935; owned by Mr. Paul, 1939).
105.
Log Cabin (possibly built by Peter Bard), Upper Mills, Pemberton Twp., 1720 (owned by Henry Black, 1935).
106.
Farmhouse, east side of Vincentown-Pemberton Road, Southampton Twp., 1753 (owned by Howard Robbins, 1939).
107.
Small tenant house on Fleetwood Farm at entrance to old Salem Road (possibly one-time tollhouse on Burlington Pike), Burlington Twp., ca. 1798.
107a.
Log House, Burlington Pike, now Beverly Road, date unknown (demolished 1949) [loose photograph inserted in album].
108.
P. Burr/Deacon Family House, east side of Mount Holly-Burlington Road near entrance to Oxmead Road, Westampton Twp., 1787.
109.
Haines House (on land of Dr. Robert Dimsdale), long lane leading from Lumberton Village, 1776 (owned by Joseph Jones, 1939).
110.
Log stable on Stiles Farm (possibly built by the Moore family; owned by Charles Read Sr., 1756), north side of Bulls Head Road between Lumberton and Rancocas Park, Lumberton Twp., date unknown.


Place Name Index

Arneys Mount-Juliustown Road, 103

Arneys Mount-Chambers Corner Road, 104
Arneytown, 46, 75
Arneytown Road, 65-66
Beverly, 28, 33
Beverly Road, 107a
Beverly-Rancocas Road, 17
Birmingham-Buddtown Road, 96, 98
Bordentown, 43
Bordentown-Chesterfield Road, 27
Bortons Landing Road, 49
Bridgeport, 88
Buddtown-Birmingham Road, 96, 98
Bulls Head Road, 14, 110
Burlington (City), 1, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 89, 100
Burlington Pike, 45, 107, 107a
Burlington Twp., 2, 9-10, 41, 58, 107
Burlington-Columbus Road, 92, 102
Burlington-Mount Holly Road, 58, 108
Burlington-Rancocas Road, 16
Burrs Road, 11, 13
Centerton-Rancocas Road, 19
Chambers Corner-Arneys Mount Road, 104
Charleston, 28, 33, 41
Chester Twp., 6, 42, 59
Chesterfield Twp., 23, 24, 25, 27, 38, 57, 59
Chesterfield-Bordentown Road, 27
Cinnaminson Twp., 3
Colestown, 42
Columbus-Burlington Road, 92, 102
Columbus-Georgetown Road, 26, 29, 35
Columbus-Jacksonville Road, 102
Cross Roads, 54
Crosswicks, 57, 59
Darnells Mills, 50
Deacons Station, 58
Delaware River, 74
Delran Twp., 4, 45, 47
Eastampton Twp., 97
Eayrestown, 22
Elbow Lane Road, 58
Evesham Twp., 32, 34, 39, 51, 56, 64, 72, 84, 93
Ewansville, 21
Fellowship-Church Road, 44
Fellowship-Lenola Road, 37
Fieldsboro, 74
Five Points, 3
Florence Twp., 92
Foolstown, 73
Georgetown, 25, 35, 73
Georgetown-Columbus Road, 26, 29, 35
Georgetown-Wrightstown Road, 23
Green Tree, 64
Green Tree-Hainesport Road, 48, 51
Green Tree-Mount Laurel Road, 64
Green Tree-Vincentown Road, 51
Haddonfield-Moorestown Road, 36
Haines Mills, 71
Haines Mill Road, 45
Hainesport-Green Tree Road, 48, 51
Hainesport-Mount Laurel Road, 60
Houghton, 30
Jacksonville, 53, 102
Jacksonville-Columbus Road, 102
Jacksonville-Jobstown Road, 55
Jacksonville-Kinkora Road, 102
Jacksonville-Mount Holly Road, 97, 101
Jacobstown, 65-66, 70
Jacobstown Road, 70
Jobstown, 67, 82
Jobstown-Jacksonville Road, 55
Juliustown, 30, 68
Juliustown-Arneys Mount Road, 103
Kinkora-Jacksonville Road, 102
Kirbys Mills, 71
Lenola-Fellowship Road, 37
Long Crossing, 49, 94
Lumberton Twp., 14, 22, 109, 110
Lumberton-Medford Road, 54
Mansfield Twp., 26, 29, 73, 102
Maple Shade, 6
Marlton, 32, 34, 72
Marlton-Medford Road, 61, 84
Masonville, 50
Medford Twp., 54, 71, 87
Medford-Lumberton Road, 54
Monmouth County, 75
Monmouth Road, 23, 35, 38, 40, 67, 70, 82, 83
Moorestown Twp., 5, 36, 37, 47, 49, 63, 85, 86, 90, 91, 94
Moorestown-Haddonfield Road, 36
Moorestown-Mount Holly Road, 94
Mount Holly Twp., 12, 69, 95
Mount Holly-Burlington Road, 58, 108
Mount Laurel-Green Tree Road, 64
Mount Holly-Jacksonville Road, 97, 101
Mount Holly-Moorestown Road, 94
Mount Holly-Rancocas Road, 20, 62
Mount Laurel Twp., 39, 44, 48, 50, 52, 60
Mount Laurel-Evesboro Road, 39
North Hanover Twp., 40, 46, 65-66, 70
Oxmead Road, 9-10, 11, 108
Pemberton (Bor. and Twp.), 21, 99, 105
Pemberton-Vincentown Road, 8, 31, 106
Prickittown, 87
Prickitts Mills, 71
Rancocas Park, 110
Rancocas River, 17, 21
Rancocas Village, 18
Rancocas-Beverly Road, 17
Rancocas-Burlington Road, 16
Rancocas-Centerton Road, 19
Rancocas-Mount Holly Road, 20, 62
Rancocas-Wood Lane Road, 15
River Road, 4
Riverside, 4
Route 38, 50
Salem Road, 107
Sandtown, 87
School House Lane, 42
Slabtown, 53
Smithville, 7, 55
South Pemberton Road, 7, 31
Southampton Twp., 7, 8, 31, 87, 96, 98, 106
Springfield Twp., 30, 35, 53, 55, 67, 68, 82, 83, 101, 103, 104
Springside, 2, 59
Sykesville, 38, 40
Taunton Lakes Stream, 93
Tuckerton Road, 93
Upper Freehold Twp., 75
Upper Mills, 105
Vincentown-Green Tree Road, 51
Vincentown-Pemberton Road, 8, 31, 106
Wading River, 88
Washington Twp., 88
Westampton Twp., 11, 13, 15, 16, 19, 20, 62, 108
White Hill, 74
Willingboro Twp., 17, 18, 28, 33
Wood Lane-Rancocas Road, 15
Wrightstown Road, 38

Wrightstown-Georgetown Road, 23

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Surname Index

Allen, 3, 87

Allinson, 89
Applegate, 73
Askew, 76
Atkinson, 25
Ayres, 22
Bard, 105
Beldin, 78
Bispham, 91, 94
Black, 55, 82, 83, 105
Borton, 16, 48
Boudinot, 76, 80
Bowne, 26, 29
Bradford, 80
Braslain, 57
Brick, 72
Brognard, 40
Brown, 74
Bullock, 70
Budd, 96, 98, 99
Burr, 13, 31, 95, 108
Buzby, 17, 28
Cadbury, 85
Cassidy, 100
Clinton, 39
Collins, 81
Conroe, 45
Cooper, 77
Cowperthwait, 36
Darnell, 50, 60
Deacon, 58, 108
Decow, 1
Dimsdale, 109
Douglas, 74
Eayres, 22
Elkington, 16
Emley, 65, 66
Etris, 69
Evans, 56, 61
Ewan, 68
Fenimore, 79
Fenton, 101
Field, 74
Fleetwood, 107
French, 63
Gaskill, 67, 101
Gleason, 98
Griffith, 100
Grovatt, 18
Haines, 15, 18, 56, 71, 90, 109
Hancock, 55
Hewlings, 4, 51
Hollingshead, 8
Hopkinson, 43
Hough/Huff, 30, 103
Hugg, 44
Huggs, 17
Hutchinson, 1, 23, 24
Imlay, 43
Johnson, 101
Johnson, 101
Jones, 7, 109
Kaufman, 50
Kemble, 101
Kinsey, 100
Lawrence, 77
Lawrie, 46
Lippincott, 3, 34, 48, 64, 72, 104
MacKenzie, 75
Mason, 84
Matlack, 6, 42
McIlvain, 73
Merritt, 104
Middleton, 59
Moore, 14, 110
Moose, 100
Morris, 99
Newbold, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27
Park, 17
Parrish, 9, 10
Paul, 104
Peacock, 8
Pew, 11, 67
Poinsett, 40
Prickitt, 87
Read, 110
Revell, 1
Richards, 74
Ridgway, 33, 35
Risdon, 69
Robbins, 106
Roberts, 37, 86
Rogers, 2, 52, 102
Shippen, 76
Shreve, 29
Smith, 85
Snyder, 97
Stackhouse, 95
Stiles, 110
Stokes, 101
Tallman, 49
Taylor, 27, 73
Tonkin, 55
Truxton, 94
Tschirner, 71
Walton, 94
Wells, 43
Wilkins, 54
Wills, 19, 28, 32, 41
Winzinger, 101
Woodward, 75
Woolman, 12, 20, 62
Woolston, 12, 21
Worrell, 31
Zelley, 5, 101

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