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Written records or transcriptions for Jamesburg in the 1852-1859 time period
Posted by: Bob MacAvoy (ID *****9765) Date: January 02, 2005 at 10:06:42
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I am searching for the locations of any written or transcribed records for Jamesburg from the 1852-1859 time period. Newspapers, school records, guardianship records, court records, etc. I am also very interested in any records pertaining to Jacob and Hester (Cox) Delatush who owned a farm in Jamesburg for many years prior to and including this time period. Hester took in my GGF James MacAvoy probably in 1853 after her husband died on 12/13/1852. They later (~1858) relocated to New Brunswick to live with Hester's son Henry. I'm trying to find out how and why my GGF ended up with the Delatush family and also want to know where my GGF came from and the circumstances that led him to Jamesburg. This is my proverbial brick wall and any help would be greatly appreciated.


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