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Tax-ratables NJ. 1780
Posted by: Jan Foster (ID *****4565) Date: March 12, 2003 at 08:01:47
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I came across a letter from the Hunterdon Historical Society, written in 1982. It is quite faded however:

"Microfilm of tax ratables lists in Kingwood Township Jan.-Feb.1780, Mary Pegg as a householder [hh](owning no acerage)and Daniel Pegg as a single man. The Jan-Feb 1780 list for Amwell Twp. lists Daniel Pegg as a single man and/[in?]house at Peter Tepels...

1792 militia census, listing by township all able-bodied white males between 18 and 45 lists Nathan and Thompson Pegg as residents of Kingwood Township, Hunterdon Co. No Peggs listed for Amwell

It might be well to know that various residents from Hunterdon, including some who were members of the Kingwood Baptist Church, migrated to Hampshire County, Va.(now W.Va.) in the late 1790's I believe, infact that Thompson was one of them... "

Roxanne Carkhuff
Corresponding Secretary
HCHS







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