Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey, Volume 1

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Francis Bazley Lee
Lewis Publishing Company, 1907 - Mercer County (N.J.)
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Great job Google! This book is an excellent resource for tracing early settlers of Trenton NJ and its surrounding areas. I found alot of info tracing my family (Phillips) all the way
back to the revolutionary war and beyond. My grandfather is in this book as well his father and so on. Thank you Google again, for making this book available to the public.
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