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Recent Website Updates:
History and Genealogy of Fenwick's Colony - Introduction (Early Settlement and John Fenwick's Arrival)
History and Genealogy of Fenwick's Colony Biographies: Erick Yearness, Henry Neilson, William Waddington Family,
Cooper Family, John Fenwick Family, Benjamin Acton Family, Abbott Family, Edward Bradway Family, John Brick Family,
William Bassett Family, Jesse Carll Family, Nathaniel Chambless Family, William Cattell Family, Samuel Coles Family,
John Davis Family, Jacob Dubois Family, Jacob Elwell Family , Richard Guy Family, John Goodwin Family, William
Hancock Family, Obediah Holmes Family, John Holme Family, William Hall Family, Sarah Clement Hall, John Pledger
And Hypolite Lafetra, John Butcher
November 2014: Bios: JAMES ABBOTT - Transcribed by Kim Mohler, News-Accidents: Ephriam Cole Killed in Explosion,
News-Misc: Cattle Disease in Salem County
April 2014: Military: 1883 Pensioners List - transcribed by Mary Saggio