History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey : with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers – publ. 1881
Pg 412: Ichabod McConnell Blacksmith in in Sussex, Sparta year 1810.
Pg 432: Isaac .A. Straley bought blacksmith shop in in Sussex, Huntsville in 1846 from Delancey McConnell
Pg 451: Hugh McConnell customer of AJ Bale in Sussex, Hampton 1795-1810.
Pg 462, Sussex, Lockwood early resident: Blacksmith Delancey McConnell
Pg 463, Sussex, Byram, 1819 Taxpayers: Abijah McConnell
Pg 464, , Sussex, Byram, 1798, Adam Turner, Innholder elected overseer of Roads, Clerk: 1870-1880: J. McConnell, Assessor 1858-1859: J.C. McConnell,
Pg465: Sussex, Lockwood ME Church, as early as 1820, built new church 1835, for many years, class leader: Delancy McConnell, a cheery blacksmith, 1880 Stanhope ME church, James McConnell, trustee
Pg 469: James W. McConnel age 65 abt. 1881.
Pg 482: Justices of the Peace: 1831: Cornelius Stout, 1834: Simon Wyckoff, 1841: Adolphus McConnell
Pg 538: Town of Belvidere:
Pg. 559, Warren, Phillipsburg, Charter member Montana Lodge, 1869, D H McConnell
Pg 642: Warren, Blairstown, Whipping Post used as late as 1825 or 1830. 1881: Blacksmith Mattice McConnell. Jacksonburg settled in 1800 by Joseph and Zebedee Stout, followed by Cornelius Stout.
Pg 653: 1881: Blacksmith Mattice McConnell.-owned by McConnell and Carter. Jacksonburg settled in 1800 by Joseph Stout Sawmill, and Zebedee Stout-Sawmill, followed by Cornelius Stout, blacksmith and wheelwright built Jacksonburg Gristmill in 1825.
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