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From: Ruby Simonson McNeill <>
Subject: Re: 1682 Quakers arriving in Burlington Co., NJ
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 1998 17:20:54 -0700


In "The Burlington Court Book"
p.22
"Archibald Silver, Deposeth That hee knowes there was great losse to the
Plaintiff for want of Cover to the Bricks." 1683

p.72
"The Second of the 6th Moneth 1687: The Jury or Inquest returned and
appeareing... James Silver ..."

p.178
1694/5
Court of Pleas opened.
John Hugg junr. Plaintiff John Silver Defendant Action Trepasse
"Continued because Plaintiff or defendant appeare not."

p.1694/5
"John Hugg Plaintiff John Silver Defendant Continued"

A great book. I reviewed it in the last issue of QUAKER QUERIES. You
can see the review and where to purchase the book at the web-site for
previously reviewed Book Reviews at:
http://www.localaccess.com/rubym/QuakerRv.htm

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