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Re: The Winthrop-Connection
Posted by: Sarah Thorson Date: July 20, 2000 at 16:39:08
In Reply to: The Winthrop-Connection by David D. Collver of 83

More on the Winthrop connection: Is this book known to be a reliable source?

The Early Germans of New Jersey; Their History, Churches and Genealogies
COLVER.

I. JOHN, the son of Edward, bap. 15 April, 1640; res. for some time in New Have****, where his dau, Abigail, was born; after which he returned to Mys****. In 17****4, [before 1789 ****] a party of Rogerines at New London. consisting of John Calver, his wife and ten children, with their families, being 21 in all, remov****d to the west side of Schooley's Mountain, N. J.: had at least four children:

(I). JOHN, the son of John, b. 16****, d. Dec., 17****, at ****0; buried on Mrs. Mart**** place, Schooley's Mountain, N. J., m. Sara Winthrop, dau. of Gov. Winthrop, b. 1****, d. March, 17****, at 33; had ch., Thomas and Robert:


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