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Subject: Re: [OhClermo] NEW JERSEY MIGRANTS
Date: Sat, 05 Apr 2008 22:28:59 +0000
I am currently researching a William S. Brown who was born in 1800 in Manahawkin, Monmouth, Co., NJ and moved to Cincinnati, where he was married in 1827. It appears that several Browns in my line migrated from Burlington Co., NJ to various part of Ohio. My g-g-grandfather, John L. Brown, moved in the 1820s from Burlington or Monmouth Co. to Clermont Co. and eventually to Campbell Co., KY.
-------------- Original message from "Herman Kleine" <>: --------------
> I have traced my Nordyke (sometimes Nordike) line back to Samuel Nordyke and his
> wife, Mary. This couple came from Willingboro Twp, Burlington Co., NJ some time
> between 1816 and 1822. This span is based on the births of two of their
> children. They mostly lived in Union Twp, generally in the Withamsville and
> Tobasco area, but have also been found in Batavia and Pierce townships. They
> were intermarried with the Witham, Kirgan and Critchfield families.
> Many of you have discussed the New Jersey migrants. But since I had not found a
> NJ connection did not pay much attention. Does anyone know if Burlington Co. NJ
> is the area from which many others came?
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