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Morris County Rockaway records
Posted by: Joyce Willson (ID *****9285) Date: June 13, 2012 at 06:45:06
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In J Percy Crayon's book 'Rockaway Records of Morris County New Jersey' it says of Andrew Hubbard "There is a family tradition that the soldiers came and blindfolded him. took him away where he worked six months in a cave, molding bullets for the army." Etc - returned 6 mo later - Can anyone confirm or rebut such a story about Morris Co NJ during the Revolution? Hopefully this story has some merit, but I'd like to know if such a thing really hapened in NJ????
Thanks!!
Joyce


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