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Watermills of Camden County - By William Farr - Bibliography






Office of the Surveyor General. Records of the Council of Proprietors of West Jersey.
Cited as OSG ___).


Camden County Historical Society.
Manuscript Collections.
Albertson Collection.

Bateman, Fred.
“A Few Recollections, Grenloch, 1842-1917.” undated typescript (GBAT).

Boyer, Charles S.
Place Name Cards. Some Early Surveys inCamden County.

English, Stewart and W. S. Parks, Jr.
“A History of Chews Landing.” typescript.

Gloucester Township Tax Book. 1841. (Mss 505).

Iannacone, Laura J.
“The Origin of Commerce on Timber Creek.” (Mss 593).

Morgan, John D. F. Collections.
Map of Mill Seat from Hunt’s Dam to Floodgates.
“New Creek Dam.” Miscellaneous Documents. (70.78.3).

Sharp, Anthony and Noel Mew.
unrecorded survey D-33.


Manuscript Maps.

Atsion Lands. (M.83.90.14).

Cheesman (Richard) Survey. (M.83.90.216).

Cheesman (Thomas) Survey. (M.77.100).

Clement, John.
Road survey Cooper’s Creek to Van Sciver’s Tavern. (M.83.90.21).
Survey. (M.83.90.16).

Map Showing Location of Upton. (M.83.90.32).

Clementon Land Plan, Map of. 1893. (M.83.90.22).

Gill (John) Survey. 1863. (M.83.90.722).

Githens (Thomas) Survey (Stoy Property). (M.83.90.6).

Glover (James), Lands of. (M.83.90.189).

Hunt (Ralph) Plantation, Draught of. (M.96.22).
Marvin, Harry.
Howell, (Zophar C.) Plan of Estate. (M.

Map Showing Original Surveys Camden to Haddonfield. (M.82.90.5).
Old Tuckerton Road, Map of. (M.96.27).
Winslow Township, Map of. 1928. (M.83.90.347).

Mickle Isaac. Division of Lands. 1826. (M.83.90.640).

Morgan (George) Plantation. (M83.90.702).

Newton Township Minutes (where??)

Pancoast, Richard M.
Map of Mount Ephraim andBlackwoodtown Railway, 1877. (M.70.67.3).

Redman (Thomas) Division. 1854. (M.74.56.5).

Rowand (J. Lewis) Survey. 1861.

(Stoy Property). (M.83.90.260).

Shiver’s Landing Road Map. (M.93.90.139).

Sickler (Matthias) Survey. (M.83.90.54).

Town of Raleigh, formerly Atsion, Map of. (M.83.90.414).

Tomlinson (Joshua) Survey. (M.83.90.26).

Trenton. New Jersey Bureau of Geology and Topography.

Camden County Stream Map, 1955.

West Haddonfield Land Company, Map of. (M.74.564).

Ward (George). map with unrecorded deed.

West Jersey Title & Guaranty Company.
Gloucester Township, Map of. (M.83.97.2).

Voorhees Township, Map of. (M.83.117.1).


Published Maps.

Baist, G. Wm.
Map of Camden and Vicinity. Philadelphia: Wm. G. Baist.1887. (M.93.90.676). (Cited as Baist 1887 Map of Camden and Vicinity).

Barnes, R.L. and Lloyd Vanderveer.
Map of Camden County. Philadelphia: Edward H. Saunders, City Engineer, Frederick C. Merry, County Engineer. Friend and Aub, Engineers. 1856. (M.83.90.746). (Cited as Barnes and Vanderveer, Map of Camden County). Inset on this map is Saunders, Edward H. Map of the City of Camden, New Jersey. 1855. (Cited as Saunders 1855 Map of City of Camden).

Bettlewood Land Company, Map of.
n.p.: Bettlewood Land Company. n.d. (M.83.90.102).

Champion Map Co.
Map of Camden County. Cornwall Heights, Pa: Champion Map Company. ca. 1960. (M.81.45.37).

Clement, John.
Map of Camden County. Haddonfield: JohnClement, Jr. 1846. (M.83.90.303).

Delaware Township Street and Road Map. n.p. ca.1946. (M.83.90.427).

Faden, William.
The Province of New Jersey, Divided into East and West, commonly called The Jerseys. Charing Cross, England: 1777. (M.83.90.365).

Franklin Survey Co.
Map of Camden & Vicinity, Philadelphia: Franklin Survey Co. 1935. (M.77.46.4) (Cited as Franklin, 1935 Map of Camden and Vicinity).

Gordon, Thomas [F.].
Map of the State of New Jersey with part of the adjoining states. Trenton: Published by the author. H.S.Tanner, Engraver. 1828. (M.83.90.752).

Gordon, Thomas.
Map of New Jersey. 1834. (with Gordon’s Gazetteer) (M.83.90.290).

Hills, John.
A Plan of the City of Philadelphia and environs. 1809. [revised to Dec. 1814]. (M.83.90.670).
A Sketch of Haddonfield, West New Jersey county. 1778. (HSH copy)

Hopkins, G[riffith] M[organ].
Map of New Jersey showing towns and counties. Philadelphia: G.M. Hopkins. 1877. (M.83.90.595).

Map of Camden New Jersey and Vicinity. Philadelphia: G.M. Hopkins.1907. (M.83.90.474).

Horner, Robert E.
Map of the State of New Jersey. revised 1853. Philadelphia: H.S. Tanner, Engraver. Cary and Holt Publishers. (M.83.90.568).

Lake, D.J. and S.N. Beers.
Map of the Vicinity of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: C.K. Stone, A. Pomeroy, Publishers. 1860. (M.83.90.572).

Nunan, C.P.
Map of the Township of Gloucester. n.p.: P. Nunan, Suveyor. 1850. (M.83.90.449).
Revised Map of the City of Camden (L.E.Farnum, City Engineer). Philadelphia: Edward Stern & Co. 1895. (M.83.90.763).

Road Map of Camden County. Camden: Albertson, J.J., County Eng. 1919. (Boyer Collection. No. 306).

Sidney, J.C.
Map of the Township of Delaware. Philadelphia: ca.1850 (M.83.90.481).
Plan of the Townships of Union and Newton. [Philadelphia?, n.d.]. (M.83.90.481).

[Smith, R.P.].
Map of the Vicinity of Philadelphia. 1851 (M.2001.74, n.b. obtained from Library of Congress)

Map of Vicinity of Philadelphia from actual surveys. 1851. (photocopy) (M.

Walker, G.H.
Map of Camden County. 1877. NY: G.H. Walker, 1877. (M.83.90.562).
Walker Lithograph & Publishing Co. Southern New Jersey. Boston, Ma. 1898

Watson, William.
Map of New Jersey. Philadelphia: W. Harrison, Engraver. 1812. (M.83.90.719).

Yocum, Jacob H. Jr.
Map of the City of Camden. Philadelphia: Fred[erick] Bourquin. 1875. (M.83.90.582).

Greenville, De.

Hagley Library, Christopher Sickler’s Ledger No. 5


Camden County Clerk’s Office.

Deeds (Cited as Camden ___).

Maps. (Cited as Map file ___).

Miscellaneous Record Books. (Cited as Camden Misc Record Bk ___).

Mortgages. (Cited as Camden Mortgages___).

Road Returns. (Cited as Cam RR ___).

Camden County Surrogates Office.

Surrogate’s Division and Dower Books.

Will Books



Haddonfield Historical Society.

Julia Bedford Gill genealogy manuscript.

Carrie Hartel manuscript “Smiths of Haddonfield.”

Thomas Sharp.
Copies of maps of Re-Surveys of land in and about Haddonfield.

Rowand Collection.
Rowand’s Map of the John C. Hopkins Farm (HSH Acc # Ha 26)


Haverford, Pennsylvania.

Haverford College Library.

The Quaker Collection.

The Haddon-Estaugh-Hopkins Collection.


Mt. Holly.

Burlington County Clerk’s Office.

Deeds (Cited as Mt. Holly ___).

William R.Farr Collection.

New Jersey Geological Survey Atlas. Sheet 31, 1958 edition. (Cited as Topo 31, 1958).

West Jersey Title & Guaranty Company. Map of Centre Township, 1910.

Winslow Township Map (Hoppe, C.E.), 1928


New Brunswick.

Rutgers University Library. Special Collections and Archives.

Benjamin B. Cooper Collection. (Cited as B.B. Cooper Collection).


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

Foster-Clement Collection. Box 10.

Map of Haddon-field [sic] and Vicinity. n.d.
John Clement Collection.

Maps and Drafts.

Newton Township Minutes.

Notes, Maps & Memoranda

Warrants & Surveys



New Jersey Department of State. Division of Archives and Records Management.

Colonial Deeds. (Cited as Colonial Deeds ___).

County Tax Ratables.

Gloucester Township Minute Book, 1747-1808.

Map Showing…Proposed Extension of the Camden, Gloucester and Mount Ephraim R’y From Mount Ephraim to Spring Mill. 17 September 1889.

Secretary of State Records.Wills. (Cited with original file numbers, whenever possible).

Washington, D.C.

United States Coastal and Geodetic Survey.

Geological Survey Maps of New Jersey. (7.5 min. quadrangles) (Cited as ___ Quad., year).

Geological Survey Maps of Pennsylvania. (15 min. quadrangles) (Cited as ___ Quad., year).



Gloucester County Clerk’s Office.

Boundaries & Division Books.

Deeds. (Cited as Woodbury ___).

Mortgages. Cited as Woodbury Mortgages___).

Road Returns. (Cited as Glo RR ___).

Gloucester County Surrogate’s Office.

Division and Dower Book (Cited as Glo Co. Surr Div Bk___)

Will Books

Gloucester County Historical Society.


Chestnut, Ridge and Sparks Family (Sparks Collection). Vol. 2, Parts 1 & 2. typescript.

Gloucester County Freeholder Minutes,

Johnson, Viola (Author & Compiler).
Davistown: History and Genealogy, 2001.

Kemble, Howard R.
South Jersey Grist Mills. typescript.

Sickler, Josiah B. Day Book.
Tice, Richard Howell II.
“Three-score and Ten Plus The Record of a Life.” typescript.

Works Progress Administration.
Transcriptions of the First-Quarter Century Documents of Old Gloucester County. 1930.


Manuscript Maps.

Brewer Division Map (Surveys 157b).

Cheesman (Joseph) Survey. (Surveys A-230a).

Cheesman (Maj. Peter) Survey. (Surveys C-38).

Clement (Samuel) to John Kathcart, unrecorded lands. (GL-39).

Fisher Survey of Lands. (Survey B-165).

Foster, J.J.
Map of Deptford Township. 1831. (M-3).

Hunt Division of Lands. 1842. (Surveys B-105).
Jennett (James) Farm Survey. (Surveys A-128).

Marvin, Harry.
Map of Zophar Howell’s Estate.
(Surveys A-345).

Report of the Commission to Establish the Boundaries of Newton and Gloucester Town townships. (L-29).

Ward (Josiah) Cedar Swamp Survey.
(Surveys A-241).

Published Maps

Saunders, Edward H. Grade Chart of Gloucester City, 1868 (J-22).
Sidney, J.C. Map of the Circuit of Ten Miles Around the City of Philadelphia. (photocopy. GC-5A).




American Weekly

Batsto Citizens Gazette. Batsto, NJ: Batsto Citizens Committee. 1966-

Camden County Historical Society. Bulletin. Camden: Camden County Historical Society. various dates;

History Journal. various dates.

Camden (NJ) Daily Telegram.

Camden(NJ) Democrat. November 1868-June 1908.

Camden (NJ) Mail and General Advertiser

Columbia Herald

Community News. Merchantville, NJ.

The Constitution. Woodbury, NJ.

Courier-Post. Camden, NJ.

Friend, The

Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey. Newark: Genealogical Society of New Jersey. July 1925-

Gloucester City News. Gloucester City, NJ.

Gloucester County Historical Society. Bulletin. Woodbury: Gloucester County Historical Society. 1947-

Gloucester Farmer

Haddonfield Herald Weekly

Herald & Gloucester Farmer. Woodbury, NJ.

Observer-News Reporter. Berlin, NJ.

Pennsylvania Gazette. Philadelphia, Pa.

Philadelphia Inquirer. Philadelphia, Pa.

Quaker History. (formerly Bulletin of the Friends Historical Association). Haverford, Pa: Friends Historical Association. 1906-

South Jersey Magazine. Millville, NJ: South Jersey Magazine.1972-

The Suburban. Cherry Hill, NJ.

Tri-City Sun, Collingswood, NJ.

Village Herald

Village Herald and Advertiser

West Jersey Press. Camden, NJ.

West Jerseyman. Camden, NJ.




Atlantic County, Map of. 1968. Atlantic County Freeholders.

Camden County, New Jersey, Map of. Philadelphia: Wilmer Atkinson Company. 1913. (copyright C.S. Hammond & Co.).

Camden County, Road Map of. Convent Station, N.J.: General Drafting Co., for the Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders. 1958.

Cherry Hill, Map of. Cherry Hill: Chapel Printing Co. 1965.

Cherry Hill, Township of, Street Map. Cherry Hill: Chapel Printing Co. 1992.

Dansbury, C.W.
Street Map of Metropolitan Camden, NJ. Camden: C.W. Dansbury. n.d.

Franklin Survey Co.
Camden County Street & Zip Code Atlas. n.p. Franklin Survey Co. n.d.

Map of Camden County and Vicinity. n.p. Franklin Survey Co. 1935 and1984.

Metro Street Map of Camden County. n.p. Franklin Survey Co., 1999.

Hammond & Co.
Street Map of Northern Camden County. Maplewood, NJ: C.S.Hammond & Co. 1962. (Cited as Hammond 1962 Street Map of Northern Camden County).

Patton, Alfred B., Inc.
Camden County Street & Road Map. Doylestown, Pa: Alfred B. Patton, Inc. 1977 (Cited as 1977 Patton Map).

Real Estate Data, Inc. Real Estate Atlas of Camden County. Miami, FL: R.E.D.I. 1988.
Tax Maps, municipal. (Cited as ___ Tax Map).

Voorhees Township Street Map. Voorhees Township, 1990.
Zoning maps, municipal. (Cited as ___ Zoning Map).




(Are all 3 archives series listed?)

Acrelius, Israel.
A History of New Sweden. Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 1876.

Adams, Albert Stirling.
Cheesman Family. Woodbury: Gloucester County Historical Society. 1985. (Cited as Cheesman Family).

Allinson, Samuel, ed.
Acts of the General Assembly…From the Surrender of the Government to Queen Anne…1702, to the 14th Day of January 1776. Burlington, NJ: Isaac Collins. 1776.

Atlantic City Railroad. Timetable October 1, 1902.
Atlantic Reporter. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Company. 1886-

Audubon Celebration of the New Jersey Tercentenary. Audubon, NJ. 1964.

Baist, G. Wm.
Property Atlas of the City of Camden New Jersey. Philadelphia. 1902. (Cited as Baist 1902 Atlas).

Bancroft, Raymond Mitchell.
Collingswood Story. Collingswood: Borough of Collingswood. 1965.

Barber, John W., and Henry Howe.
Historical Collections of the State of New Jersey. New York:
S. Tuttle. 1844.

Biographical Review, Camden and Burlington Counties.: Biographical Review Publishing Co. 1892.

Brinton, Howard W.
Byways in Quaker History. Wallingford, Pa.: Pendle Hill. 1944.

Beck, Henry C.
More Forgotten Towns of Southern New Jersey. NY. E.P. Dutton. 1937.

Becker, Donald W.
Indian Place Names in New Jersey. Cedar Grove, NJ. Phillips-Campbell Publishing Co. 1964.

Beers, F. W.
State Atlas of New Jersey. NY: Beers, Comstock & Cline. 1872.

Biographical Review: Camden and Burlington Counties. Boston:
Biographical Review Publishing Co. 1897. (Cited as Biographical Review).


Bisbee, Henry H.

Burlington Island. Burlington: Henry H. Bisbee. 1973.

Place Names in Burlington County, New Jersey. Riverside, NJ: Burlington County Publishing Co. 1955.

Sign Posts. Willingboro, NJ: Alexia Press. 1971. (Cited as Sign Posts).

Bisbee, Henry H. and Rebecca Bisbee Colesar.
The Burlington Town Book, 1694-1785. Burlington: Henry H.Bisbee. 1975. (Cited as Burlington Town Book).


Blackman, Leah.
History of Little Egg Harbor Township. Tuckerton, NJ. (reissue by The Great John Mathis Foundation. 1963).


Boyer, Charles S.

“Civil and Political History of Camden County and Camden City.” Annals of Camden. No. 4. Camden: Charles S. Boyer. 1922.

Early Forges & Furnaces in New Jersey. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 1931.

History of the Press in Camden County, New Jersey. Camden: West Jersey Press. 1921.

“Indian Trails and Early Paths.” Camden History, Vol. 2, No. 2. Camden, NJ: Camden County
Historical Society. 1938.

“Old Ferries.” Annals of Camden, No. 3. Camden: Charles S. Boyer. 1921.

Old Inns and Taverns in West Jersey. Camden: Camden County Historical Society. 1962. (cited as Old Inns)

Old Mills of Camden County. Camden: Camden County Historical Society. 1962. (Cited as Old Mills).

“The Origin and Meaning of Place Names in Camden County.” Camden History, Vol. 1, No. 8.
Camden: Camden County Historical Society. 1935. (Cited as Boyer, Place Names).

Rambles Through Old Highways and Byways of West Jersey.Camden: Camden County Historical Society. 1967. (Cited as Rambles).

The Span of a Century (1828-1928). Camden: Centennial Anniversary Committee. 1928.


Brace, Rev. F. R.
Historical Review of the First Presbyterian Church of Blackwood, N.J. Camden: 1898.

Brown, Oscar C. ed.
Camden County Park System. Camden: Camden County Park Commission. n.d. (Cited as Camden County Park System).

Brown, William Beckett.
Thomas Knight of Pennsylvania, and Some of His Descendants. Camden: Camden County Historical Society. 1973.

Bryson, George S. et al.
The Whitman-Stafford House. Laurel Springs, NJ. Whitman Stafford Committee. 1979.

Camden and Gloucester Directory, for 1850. Camden, NJ
O. Durang, W. Hindman & H.Curts. 1850.

Camden City and Suburban Business and Professional Directory for 1942. Camden: Courier-Post Newspapers. 1942.

Camden County Centennial
Camden County History Journal

Camden County Cultural & Heritage Commission.
Significant Natural Sites in Camden County. Camden: the Commission. 1984.

Camden County Historical Society.
Historical Tours of Camden County. Camden: Camden County Historical Society. 3 vols. 1974-1976. (Cited as Auto Tour I, Auto Tour II, Auto Tour III).

Campbell, Barry.
Yesteryear, A Portrait of the Village of Gibbsboro 1714-1989. Gibbsboro, NJ: Barry Campbell. 1989. (Cited as Yesteryear).

Cherry Hill New Jersey, Know Your Town. Cherry Hill: League of Women Voters of Camden County. 1965.

Chalmers, Kathryn H.
Down the Long-a-Coming. Moorestown: News Chronicle. 1951.

Chew, Ivy.
“A Forgotten Road of Gloucester Township.” West Jersey Press, 30 July and August, 1936.

Clement, John.
Sketches of the First Emigrant Settlers in Newton Township, Old Gloucester County, West New Jersey. Camden.Sinnickson Chew. 1877. (Cited as Clement).

“Atlantic County ‘in ye olden time’ and now.” Proceedings…of the Surveyors’s Association of West New Jersey. Camden. S.Chew. 1880.

Cook, George W. and William J. Coxey.
Atlantic City Railroad. Oaklyn, NJ. West Jersey Chapter, National Railway Historical Society. 1980.

Cooper, Howard M.
Historical Sketch of Camden, N.J. Camden: Horace B. Ketler. 1909.
Some Account of Camden’s Rise and Growth. Camden. S. Chew & Sons, 1899.

Corotis, A. Charles and James M. O’Neill.
Camden County Centennial 1844-1944. Camden. Public Enterprises. 1944.

Craig, H. Stanley.
Gloucester County Marriages. Merchantville. H. Stanley Craig, 1930.

Craig, Peter Stebbins.
The 1693 Census of the Swedes on the Delaware. Winter Park, FL: SAG Publications. 1993. (Cited as 1693 Census of the Swedes on the Delaware).

Cranston, Paul F.
Camden County 1681-1931. Camden: Camden County Chamber of Commerce. 1931. (Cited as Camden County 1681-1931).

Cushing, Thomas and Charles E. Sheppard.
History of the Counties of Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland, New Jersey. Philadelphia: Everts & Peck. 1883. (Cited as Cushing & Sheppard).

DeCou, George.
Moorestown and Her Neighbors. Moorestown, N.J.: News Chronicle. 1929

Dorwart, Jeffery M. and Philip English Mackey.
Camden County New Jersey, 1616-1976. Camden: Camden County Cultural & Heritage Commission. 1976.

Eastlack, Francis F.
History of Merchantville, N.J. Merchantville: Francis F. Eastlack. 1899.

Ekwall, Eilert.
The Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Place-Names. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 1960 (cited as English Place Names).

Elmer, Lucius Q.C.
A Digest of the Laws of New Jersey. 3rd ed. by John T. Nixon. Bridgeton, NJ: Elmer and Nixon. 1861.

Evans, Nathaniel.
Poems on Several Occasions. Philadelphia: John Dunlap. 1772.

Ewan, N.R.
“Early Brickmaking in the Colonies.” Camden History, Camden, NJ: Camden County Historical Society. 1938.

Ewing, Sarah W.R.
Atsion: A Town of Four Faces. Batsto, NJ: Batsto Citizens Committee. 1979. (Cited as Atsion: A Town of Four Faces).


Farr, William R.

Place Names in and About Haddonfield. Haddonfield: Haddonfield Historical Society. 1979.

Waterways of Camden County, A Historical Gazetter,Camden. Camden County Historical Society. 2002.

Fichter, Jack H.

A History of Pennsauken Township. Pennsauken: Pennsauken Historical Society. 1966.

Our Pennsauken. Pennsauken, NJ: Pennsauken Bicentennial Committee 1975.

The Pennsauken Story: A Township Centennial Edition. Pennsauken, NJ: Pennsauken Township Committee. 1991.


Fisher, John H. Jr.
Clementon: A Historical Outline. Clementon, NJ: n.p.1975.

Fox, George.
A Journal or Historical Account. Philadelphia: Kimber & Sharpless. 1839.

French, H. Howard Barclay.
Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas French. Philadelphia: privately printed. 1909. (cited as French Genealogy)

Gannett, Henry.
A Geographic Dictionary of New Jersey. Washington, DC: GPO. 1894.

The Origin of Certain Place Names in the United States. Washington: United States Geological Survey, 1905 (1973 reprint Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company).

Gibbon, Edward.
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. The Modern Library. New York. Random House (n.d.)

Gibbsboro Salutes The New Jersey Tercentenary. 1964.

Gladulich, Richard M.
By Rail to the Boardwalk. Glendale, Ca.: Trans-Anglo Books, 1986.

Gloucester County Historical Society.
Organization and Minutes of the Gloucester County Court, 1686-7. Woodbury: Gloucester County Historical Society. 1930. Bulletin

Godfrey, Dr. E.L.B.
History of the Medical Profession of Camden County, N.J. Philadelphia: E.L.B. Godfrey. 1896.

Gordon, Thomas [F].
The History of New Jersey…And Gazetteer of New Jersey. Trenton: Daniel Fenton. 1834. (Cited as Gordon).

Haddon Heights, 50th Anniversary, Borough of. Haddon Heights, NJ: 1954.

Harshberger, John W.
The Vegetation of the New Jersey Pine-Barrens: an Ecologic Investigation. NY: Dover Publications, Inc. 1978 (reprint edition).

Heston, Alfred M.
Absegami: Annals of Eyren Haven and Atlantic City, 1609 to 1904. Atlantic City: Alfred M. Heston. 1904. (Cited as Annals).

Jersey Wagon Jaunts. Atlantic County Historical Society. 1926.

South Jersey: A History. NY: Lewis Historical Publishing Company. 1924.

Hexamer General Surveys. (Free Library of Philadelphia)
(copy at CCHS).

Hood, John.
Index of Colonial and State Laws. Trenton: John Hood. 1877.


Hopkins, G[riffith] M[organ].

Atlas of Philadelphia & Environs. Philadelphia: G.M. Hopkins. 1877. (Cited as Hopkins’s 1877 Atlas, “Map of…”).

Atlas of the Vicinity of Camden, New Jersey. Philadelphia: G.M.Hopkins. 1907. (Cited as Hopkins’s 1907 Atlas, “Map of…”).


Hopkins, Thomas S. “Birdwood Recollections.”
Haddonfield Historical Publications No. 2. Haddonfield, N.J.: Haddonfield Historical Society. 1926

Horner, Maurice W.
A History of Evesham Township. Philadelphia: Dorrance & Company. 1971.

Hurff Family, The History and Genealogy of the. Woodbury: The Hurff Family Association. 1951.

Jennings, William Henry.
A Genealogical History of the Jennings Families. Columbus, Ohio: 1899 [Vol. II, The American Families].

Johnson, Amandus.
The Swedish Settlements on the Delaware, 1638-1664. Reprint ed., Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. 1969

Justice, Joseph.
Laws of the State of New Jersey. Trenton: Joseph Justice. 1821.

Kirkbride, Stacy B.
Kirkbride’s New Jersey Business Directory. Trenton: Stacy B. Kirkbride. 1850. Cited as Kirkbride’s 1850 New Jersey Business Directory).

Leaming, Aaron and Jacob Spicer.
The Grants, Concessions…of the Province of New Jersey. 2nd ed. Somerville, NJ: Honeyman & Company. 1881.

Leap, William W.
The History of Runnemede, N.J. Runnemede: Borough of Runnemede. 1981.

Lindestrom, Peter.
Geographia Americae (translated by Amandus Johnson). Philadelphia: Swedish Colonial Society. 1925.

Michener, Ezra.
A Retrospect of Early Quakerism. Philadelphia: T. Ellwood Zell. 1860.

[Mickle, Isaac].
The Diary of Isaac Mickle. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 1977.

Reminiscences of Old Gloucester County. Philadelphia: Townsend Ward, 1845 (republished by GCHS. 1968). (Cited as Reminiscences).

Milnor, William.
Memoirs of the Gloucester Fox Hunting Club, Near Philadelphia. Reprint ed. NY: Ernest R. Gee. 1927.

Minutes of the Provincial Congress and the Council of Safety of the State of New Jersey. Trenton: Naar, Day and Naar. 1879.

Monroe Township Centennial Official Program. Williamstown: Centennial Committee. 1959.

Monroe Township, 1859-1976, A History of. Esther M. Davis, compiler. Williamstown, NJ: Monroe Township Historical Society. 1976.

Myers, Albert Cook, ed.
Narratives of Early Pennsylvania, West New Jersey and Delaware. NY: Barnes & Noble. 1912.

National Railway Historical Society.
The Philadelphia, Marlton and Medford Railroad Co., 1881-1931. Oaklyn, NJ: West Jersey Chapter. 1973. (Cited as Philadelphia, Marlton and Medford Railroad Co., 1881-1931).


New Jersey.

Acts of the Forty-Sixth General Assembly of the State of New Jersey. Trenton: Sherman & Harron. 1840.

Geological Survey of New Jersey. Atlas of New Jersey. NY: 1889. Atlas contains 19 maps. Atlas sheets numbered 1 through 17 show topography of entire state. After 1905 the Atlas Sheets and/or Topographic Sheets were issued individually. Later editions are numbered 21 through 37 (See Snyder, Mapping of New Jersey). (Cited as Topo No.___).
New Jersey. Geological Survey of New Jersey Trenton, N.J.: John L. Murphy Publishing Co. 1887.

Final Report. Water Supply. Vol. III. Trenton: John L. Murphy Publishing Co.1894.

Laws, Etc.
Session Laws. (cited as P.L., ).

Reports of the State Geologist, Vol. III (1894)

Supreme Court.
Robb v. Thompson. Trenton: 1891.

New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places. Trenton: Office of New Jersey Heritage, Division of Parks and Forestry. 1995.


New Jersey Genealogical Magazine ??

Nicholson, William Hopkins.
My Ancestors: 1675-1892. Printed privately. 1897.

Oxford English Dictionary. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 1970.

Paterson, William.
Laws of the State of New Jersey. Newark: Abraham Blauvelt, 1800. (Cited as Paterson’s Laws).

Pennsauken Township, The Story of. Pennsauken: The United Republican Club. 1952.(reissue of 1944 ed.).

Pennypacker, James Lane.
Verse and Prose of James Lane Pennypacker. Haddonfield: Historical Society of Haddonfield. 1936.

Pheiffer, George 3rd.
“Merchantville’s Share in History.” The Community News. 25 April 1935.

Pierce, Arthur D.
Family Empire in Jersey Iron. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. 1964.

Iron in the Pines. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. 1957.

Smuggler’s Woods. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. 1960.

Pine Valley Golf Club.
Pine Valley Golf Club: A Chronicle. Pine Valley, NJ: Pine Valley Golf Club, Published 1968. Reissued 1968, 1974 and 1982.
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Polk, Charles P.
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