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Re: Where was Ash Swamp?
Posted by: Fred Meek (ID *****3328) Date: July 05, 2004 at 18:04:04
In Reply to: Re: Where was Ash Swamp? by Bob MacAvoy of 607

Bob, Do you know where you got the information that Perth Amboy was called Barber? Now I am really curious!

I know about the Barbertown in the Kingwood area. That is named after the line of John Barber of Amwell twp.

I do have a Ludlum tid bit. My ancestor John Barber (of Greenwich) had a friend named Ludlum Salmon. Ludlum's mother was a Mary Ludlam (Ludlum)

1 Nathaniel Salmon
.+Mary Ludlam b: July 23, 1716 in Goshen, Orange, New York
2 Ludlum Salmon b: Bet. 1749 - 1755 of Greenwich Township, Warren (Now Sussex), New Jersey d: Aft. 1780
.. +Delight Douglas b: Bet. 1749 - 1761 of Sussex County, NJ d: Aft. 1778


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