3 edition of The Sharp family of New Jersey found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||CS71.S53 1948|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||48021602|
Thomas SHARP l was born 23 AUG in Evesham Township, Burlington Co.,New Jersey and died BET 13 JAN AND APR in Frederick County, Virginia. He was a Friend (Quaker) and member of the Crooked Run Monthly Meeting. parents: John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine; Married. Dr. Kenneth R Sharp, DO, is a Family Practice specialist in Lehighton, Pennsylvania. He attended and graduated from Umdnj New Jersey School Of Osteo Medicine in , having over 23 years of diverse experience, especially in Family on: Iron St Suite B, Lehighton, , Pennsylvania.
At the end of the previous book in the series, FOX HUNTER, Charlie is still based right in the heart of Manhattan. But by the time BAD TURN starts she has had a change of circumstance and is house-sitting in a New Jersey farmhouse. Somewhere close to New York City and yet far enough out of the way to provoke a sense of isolation was what I was. Paula Sharp is an American author whose fictional works focus on the American family and explore themes of social injustice. Her books include The Woman Who Was Not All There (Harper & Row ), The Imposter (HarperCollins, ), Lost in Jersey City (HarperCollins ), Crows over a Wheatfield (Hyperion ) and I Loved You All (Hyperion ). She is also a translator of Latin American.
White Matlack (7 Oct - 7 Jan ), brother of Timothy Matlack above. Was born in Haddonfield, New Jersey and died in Bayside, Queens County, New York. He was a watchmaker and silversmith in New York City and in had a brewery on Queen Street (now Pearl Street) near the famous Fraunces Tavern in Manhattan. Both he and his brother Timothy were disowned by the Quakers because of their. New Jersey wasted no time in getting started and by June , sports betting officially kicked off with Governor Murphy placing a $20 bet on the New Jersey Devils to win the Stanley Cup. Frequently Asked Questions. Is it legal to bet on sports in New Jersey? Yes! Sports betting is legal in New Jersey both in person and online.
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Get this from a library. The Sharp family of southern New Jersey: years in New Jersey, [Albert Stirling Adams] -- John (b), Hugh (b) and William Sharp (b), Quaker sons of of William Sharp (d), emigrated from England to Burlington, New Jersey in Descendants lived in New Jersey, New York.
F ollowing is an excerpt from the book: The Sharp Family In Southern New Jersey Sinceby Albert Stirling Adams. If you want to see each of their pedigree charts, they're at the bottom. The Haines Family and the Sharp Family merrily intermarried in early Burlington County.
The Sharp family of southern New Jersey: years in New Jersey, Author: Adams, Albert Stirling. Published The Sharp family of New Jersey, with Mather and Mattison connections Item Preview Internet Archive Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English.
47 pages 21 cm Notes. No copyright page. No table of contents. Photocopied book. Addeddate Call number SHP Camera Sony Alpha-A (Control)Pages: The Sharp family of southern New Jersey: years in New Jersey, [Adams, Albert Stirling] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Sharp family of southern New Jersey: years in New Jersey, Author: Albert Stirling Adams.
Phillip K. Sharp passed away on Saturday, Febru Phillip K. Sharp was a resident of Hammonton, New Jersey at the time of : Get this from a library. A contribution towards the early history of the Sharp family of Burlington County, New Jersey.
[Milton Rubincam]. Sharp + Grey Interiors is a boutique interior design firm based in Philadelphia specializing in creating collected, comfortable and livable spaces that are family friendly, beautiful and suit your life and style. A contribution towards the early history of the Sharp family of Burlington County, New Jersey, Author: Rubincam, Milton, Published: () Sharpe genealogy and miscellany Author: Sharpe, W.
Published: (). The Sharp family of southern New Jersey: years in New Jersey, [Albert Stirling Adams] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Albert Stirling Adams. Theodore F. Sharp 02 May New Jersey, United States - 29 Nov managed by Michael Sheffield Arlene (Sharp) Yager abt Gladwin, Michigan, USA - 19 Mar Edward John Sharp - managed by Fred Cook.
An article on the Sharp family, written by Milton Rubincam of the National Genealogical Society, (Rubincam, Milton () "A Contribution Towards the Early History of the Sharp Family of Burlington County, New Jersey" in The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey 15(1): ) challenges the book of Richard Haines that ties John, Hugh and.
4 MarchInventory of John Reading, Jun., by Thomas Atkinson and John Sharp. [Reading family is linked to Thomas Sharp of the English Quaker Sharps, as well as through the Reed family to John Sharp of Perth Amboy. The Atkinson family also came from same area as the Reading family in Southern New Jersey.] Fred Sisser III, Genealogist.
John (b), Hugh (b) and William Sharp (b), Quaker sons of of William Sharp (d), emigrated from England to Burlington, New Jersey in Descendants lived in New Jersey, New York, Pennsyl- vania, Ohio, Illinois, Arkansas and elsewhere.
The data for Lodensteyn, de Beauvois all contain errors, for corrections see articles on under message borads go to Debevoise family name. Other editions - View all Genealogies of New Jersey Families: A genealogical dictionary of New Jersey Reviews: 3.
Sean Sharp passed away in Bogota, New Jersey. Funeral Home Services for Sean are being provided by Petrik Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in The Record/Herald News on November 8, © / South_agency. Due to the coronavirus, NJ residents are expected to remain within the safety of our homes for the next few pass the time, your family is probably hitting all the basics: playing board games, meditating, baking, watching movies and s are also a staple, but instead of breaking out one made of pieces, how about a brain teaser.
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The Sharp Family of New Jersey: With Mather and Mattison Connections. E-book, PDF format. Available for immediate download. Early life and family. Born Januin Dublin, Ireland, Isaac Sharp was the eldest surviving son of Quaker Anthony Sharp and Ann Crabb.
As part of the Quaker settlement of his father's extensive land holdings in New Jersey, Isaac Sharp left Ireland in Novemberand after an arduous eighteen-week journey, arrived in Colonial America on April 6. Sharp is an English language surname, cognate to the German is also akin to words which have the sense of scraping, e.g.
Latin scrobis 'ditch', Russian skresti 'to scrape'. Recorded variations of the surname include Sharp, Sharpe, and the diminutives Sharpin, Sharplin and Sharpling.We’d love to hear from you! Here’s how to reach us Hours: AARP New Jersey is open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Location: George St., Suite |New Brunswick, NJ Call: Email: [email protected] Fax: Be sure to stay up-to-date on news important to New Jersey residents 50+ – like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.Samuel Sharp was born in Woodbridge, New Jersey, in Priscilla Sutton, daughter of Joseph Sutton and Priscilla Langstaff, was born inin Piscataway, New Jersey.
Samuel married Priscilla Sutton in New Jersey, July Priscilla died in Woodbridge, New Jersey. One source said Priscilla died before the revolution, and that Samuel.