Quarterly Bulletin

GCHS has published a quarterly Bulletin since September 1947. Issues are mailed or e-mailed to members. Each issue features an interesting article of historical or genealogical interest as well as an ongoing listing of Library and Museum donations.

Back issues of past Bulletins may be purchased for $3.00 each, including postage, by mailing your check to GCHS, 17 Hunter St., Woodbury, NJ 08096-4605.

Below is a list of every issue and the articles featured in each:

Vol. 34, No. 8: September 2015: The Five Hundred Year Flood of 1940 by Barbara Price;

Vol. 34, No. 7, March 2015: African Americans in Clayton Township, New Jersey (1858-1887)by Dr. James E. Johnson;

Vol. 34, No. 6, December 2014: Yellow Fever Experiences in Gloucester County in 1793 and 1798 by Barbara Price

Vol. 34, No. 5, September 2014: The Legacy of Edith E. Hoelle, Library Director

Vol. 34, No. 4, June 2014: Masonic History of Woodburyby Bryan Bonfiglio

Vol. 34, No. 3, March 2014: Evangelist Margaret Wilson (1839-1906) by Dr. James E. Johnson

Vol. 34, No. 2, December 2013: The Story of the Woodbury Country Club by Bryan Bonfiglio

Vol. 34, No. 1, September 2013:The New Jersey Endicott Contribution in the War of 1812 by LTC (Ret.) Gordon S. Harmon and LTC (Ret.) Teddy H. Sanford Jr.

Vol. 33, No. 8, June 2013: Remnants of the First Court House at Woodbury by Bryan Bonfiglio.

Vol. 33, No. 7, March 2013: Coffin Maker's Records: Another Resource in the Search for an Ancestor by Eileen F. Shanahan.

Vol. 33, No. 6, December 2012: New Jersey in 1787 by Tom Wilk.

Vol. 33, No. 5, September 2012: Notes on Washington Crossing the Delaware by Gerald H. Drinkwater;

Vol. 33, No. 4, June 2012: Men of Company A, 3rd Regiment New Jersey Volunteers: Patriotic, Community & Familial Ties by Patricia A. Waltman Hrynenko;

Vol. 33, No. 3, March 2012: Notes on Admiral Mark Lambert Bristol by Barbara Price;

Vol. 33, No. 2, December 2011: A Historic Summary of the Borough of National Park, NJ by Paul J. Naphy;

Vol. 33, No. 1, September 2011: Heritages: Our Heritage[pertaining to the Heritages dairy and stores in Thorofare, NJ];

Vol. 32, No. 8, June 2011: 150th Anniversary of the Civil War: Men of Company A, 3rd Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers by Patricia A. Waltman Hrynenko;

Vol. 32, No. 7, March 2011: The Court House Bells of Gloucester by David C. Munn;

Vol. 32, No. 6, December 2010: The Ogden Chest: Restoration, History and Mystery by Patricia A. Waltman Hrynenko;

Vol. 32, No. 5, September 2010: Overview of the Chalkley Glover Collection and Chalkey Glover Papersby Barbara Price;

Vol. 32, No. 4, June 2010: Civil War of George G. Greenby Eileen Shanahan; Red Cross Signature Quilt by Eileen Shanahan;

Vol. 32, No. 3, March 2010: Notes on the Spanish Influenza Epidemic of 1918; Lieutenant Joseph Pierson of Swedesboro, New Jersey

Vol. 32, No. 2, December 2009: G.G. Green's Patent Medicine Business by Eileen Shanahan; Excerpts from "The Chew Sisters During a Snow Storm in 1899 at Chews Landing"

Vol. 32, No. 1, September 2009: G.G. Green Block Building (Woodbury) by Eileen Shanahan

Vol. 31, No. 8, June 2009: A Woodbury Wedding for the Ages by Kathy Fleming

Vol. 31, No. 7, March 2009:  Some Recollections of Deptford Township 55 Years AgoCentennial Notestranscribed by Eileen Shanahan

Vol. 31, No. 6, December 2008:  Memories of Gloucester County Farming as told by Bob Haines of Hurffville, NJ

Vol. 31, No. 5, September 2008:  When This You See, Remember Me by Patricia Waltman Hrynenko. Read this issue!

Vol. 31, No. 4, June 2008:  The Charles F. Kier, Jr. Native American Indian Artifact Collection Gloucester County Historical Society Museum by Eileen F. Shanahan

Vol. 31, No. 3, March 2008:  Looking Back at Broad and Hunter Streets, Woodbury, New Jersey by Barbara Price

Vol. 31, No. 2, December 2007:  Holdings of the GCHS Library:  State and Special Censuses by June Zublic

Vol. 31, No. 1, September 2007:  Sixty Years and Counting (a Brief History of our quarterly newsletter) by Edith Hoelle and Gloucester Town Landmarks on theMoravian Map by David C. Munn

Vol. 30, No. 8, June 2007:  Notes on Prohibition in South Jersey by Barbara Price

Vol. 30, No. 7, March 2007:  Time Travel on Horseback:  Exploring Old Kings Highway with the Moravian Missionaries by Valerie N. Caulfield

Vol. 30, No. 6, December 2006:  Holdings of the Gloucester County Historical Society Library:  Naturalization by June Zublic

Vol. 30, No. 5, September 2006:  Next Stop:  Tyco by Jim McMahon

Vol. 30, No. 4, June 2006:  Fort Billings:  A Forgotten First by John Haddock, III

Vol. 30, No. 3, March 2006:  Monument to Camp Stockton by Fred Mossbrucker

Vol. 30, No. 2, December 2005:  He Rode with Custer by Edith Hoelle

Vol. 30, No. 1, September 2005: Up Oldmans Creek Without a Paddle: In Search of Morgan's Mill by Valerie N. Caulfield

Vol. 29, No. 8, June 2005:  Brigadier General Charles G. Harker by Jim McMahon; The Hydropathic Institute at Parkville by Barbara Price

Vol. 29, No. 7, March 2005:  Holdings of the Gloucester County Historical Society: The Newspaper Collectionby June Zublic

Vol. 29, No. 6, December 2004:  The West Deptford Library: Thirty-Nine Years by Edith Hoelle

Vol. 29, No. 5, September 2004:  The Wide Awake Campaign in Gloucester County by Charlesanna Fallstick

Vol. 29, No. 4, June 2004: Holdings of the Gloucester County Historical Society Library: Births and Deathsby June Zublic; Swedish Contributions to the Development of Franklin Township and the United States by Dr. Harry Gershenowitz

Volume 29, No. 3, March 2004: Holdings of the Gloucester County Historical Society Library: Marriage Records by June Zublic

Volume 29, No. 2, December 2003:  The Spectro-Chrome Institute of Malaga, New Jersey by Barbara Price;Expressions, Religious and Otherwise, in Early Gloucester County Wills by William R. Farr

Volume 29, No. 1, September 2003:  Tragedy at Warrington's Mill by James McMahon
From Farm to Fortune Five Hundred by Edith Hoelle

Volume 28, No. 7, March 2003:  The Big Cattleby James McMahon

Volume 28, No. 6, December 2002:  Gloucester County Historical Society:  Century of Progress by Barbara Price

Volume 28, No. 5, September 2002:  100 Years of Glassboro Memories by Edith Hoelle

Vol. 28, No. 4, June 2002:  A Note on the Colors and Minutes of the Gloucester Brigade1809-1835 by Robert W. Warden

Vol. 28, No. 3, March 2002:  Silent Auction Book List (no article in this issue)

Vol. 28, No. 2, December 2001:  Childhood Memories of Williamstown by Joseph Gionti

Vol. 28, No. 1, September 2001:  Wills and Administrations by William R. Farr

Vol. 27, No. 8, June 2001:  The Taking of Fort Billingsby Jim McMahon

Vol. 27, No. 7, March 2001, The German Prisoner of War Camp(anecdotes about the World War II camp in Glassboro, NJ)

Vol. 27, No. 6, December 2000:  Escape from Fort Delawareby Dr. Jay Friedlin (story of a Confederate soldier who escaped from Fort Delaware in Salem County during the Civil War)

Vol. 27, No., 5, September 2000:  Written on the Windby Joseph Gionti (pertaining to early Monroe Twp. businesses)

Vol. 27, No. 4, June 2000:  Quakers of West Jerseyby William R. Farr

Vol. 27, No. 3, March 2000:  Forgotten Cemeteries of Washington Township by Joan B. Michael

Vol. 27, No. 2, December 1999:  Route of the British Army's Evacuation from Philadelphia to Monmouth,June 18, 1778by Gerald H. Drinkwater

Vol. 27, No. 1, September 1999:  The Hotels of Wenonahby Milton H. Webb

Vol. 26, No. 8, June 1999:  Around the Five Turnsby Ralph J. Richards, Jr. (Alcyon Speedway, Pitman, NJ)

Vol. 26, No. 7, March 1999:  The Peddler's Murderby Joan B. Michael (Washington Township story)

Vol. 26, No. 6, December 1998:  Memories of Brewer Memorial Hospital 1941-44 by Grace M. Williams (Brewer Memorial Hospital was located in Woodbury, NJ)

Vol. 26, No. 5, September 1998:  A History of Gloucester County Footballby Bill Halkes

Vol. 26, No. 4, June 1998:  Gloucester Race Trackby Harry F. Green (1890's Gloucester City)

Vol. 26, No. 3, March 1998: Fire! Fire!(short article about the burning of the John Lawrence house, Woodbury, NJ, now the Hunter-Lawrence-Jessup house and the site of the GCHS Museum)

Vol. 26, No. 2, December 1997:  Westville Memories, Part 2 by C. Donald Jess

Vol. 26, No. 1, September 1997:  Westville Memories, Part 1 by C. Donald Jess

Vol. 25, No. 8, June 1997:  The 12th NJ Volunteers at Gettysburg by Jim McMahon

Vol. 25, No. 7, March 1997:  Hans Mansson's Parents (?)by William D. Steelman

Vol. 25, No. 6, December 1996:  Photos of winter scenes in Gloucester County

Vol. 25, No. 5, September 1996:  Agreement reached to purchase annex building for GCHS

Vol. 25, No. 4, June 1996:  A Revisit to Hans Mansson The Swedish Trooper in 1641 by William D. Steelman

Vol. 25, No. 3, March 1996:  Indentured Servitudeby Debora L. Hill

Vol. 25, No. 2, December 1995:  Christmas 1913 Styleby Edith Hoelle

Vol. 25, No. 1, September 1995:  The Palatine Glass Problem by James Friant; Moravian Church, Woolwich Township:  From Stones to Songs and Service by Otto Dreydoppel, Jr.; Old Swedes Church inSecond Phase of Restoration by Robert H.J. Dunn; W.P.A. Records by David Cheesman

Vol. 24, No. 8, June 1995:  Bethel United Methodist Church Celebrating 225 Years by Retha E. Batten

Vol. 24, No. 7, March 1995:  Marking the History at John Ashbrook's Burial Ground by William W. Leap;Restoration Underway at Old Swedes Churchby Bob Dunn

Vol. 24, No. 6, December 1994:  Lucy Remembers Christmasby Lucy Bonham Ebert (memories of Christmas in Salem, NJ in 1911)

Vol. 24, No. 5, September 1994:  Angeroth Station on the Camden, Gloucester and Woodbury Railway by Paul W. Schopp; (Angeroth Station was located in Deptford Township.); Civil War Legacy by Patricia Clunn Jones (short article about the author's ancestor David Doughty of Franklinville, NJ, 4th Reg. NJV who died from wounds received in battle)

Vol. 24, No. 4, June 1994:  African Soldiers of the Rhode Island Regiment at the Battle of Fort Mercer, October 22, 1777 by Joseph W. Becton (presents a view of the Battle of Red Bank); Old Swedes ChurchRestoration by Bob Dunn; Ned Buntline's Mother: A Genealogical Mysteryby Dr. Robert D. Pepper;

Vol. 24, No. 3, March 1994:  History Sleuths Unearth Birthplace of Village Founder by John L. McHale (pertains to Daniel Lamb, 1791-1867, founder of Almonesson in Deptford Township, Gloucester County);TheArt of Victorian Hairwork by Marcia Richards

Vol. 24, No. 2, December 1993:  Remembrances of Boyhood Days at Cross Keys, Camden Co., NJ, Spring1845 to Fall 1850 by John Wesley Sparks, August 1924; Gloucester County Stills in 1800; TheParentage of Elizabeth Pease Tice by Maury Schlossman

Vol. 24, No. 1, September 1993:  A Unique Trio of Prehistoric Indian Artifacts from Bridgeport, NewJerseyby Charles A. Bello (concerning collections in our Hunter-Lawrence-Jessup House museum)

Vol. 23, No. 8, June 1993:  Bog Iron Ore in West Jerseyby Frances Wynn Shute; The Hancock-LeeConnectionsby William B. Brown, III

Vol. 23, No. 7, March 1993:  The Clevengers of Claytonby Thomas Haunton (concerning the Clevenger Glass family);Two Hundredth Anniversary of Restored Old Stone Church To be observedby Robert H.J. Dunn (refers to the Old Stone Methodist Church, Woolwich Township, NJ);Trinity Episcopal "Old Swedes"Church Updateby Robert H.J. Dunn

Vol. 23, No. 6, December 1992:  Deptford Township and the Aerospace Age by Edith Hoelle (pertains to the first successful manned flight in America by Jean Pierre Blanchard in 1793)

Vol. 23, No. 5, September 1992:  Gloucester County Historical Landmark Endangeredby Edith Auten Rohrman (concerns Trinity Episcopal "Old Swedes" Church in Swedesboro, NJ); The Story of the Beginning ofRural Nursing in Franklin Township, NJ 1925-1927, second part, as told by Claire Poff Jones, RN to Paul Minotty, June 1985

Vol. 23, No. 4, June 1992:  The Story of the Beginning of Rural Nursing in Franklin Township, NJ1925-1927 as told by Claire Poff Jones, RN to Paul Minotty, June 1985;Our Weather Unusual?(unusual weather recorded by Samuel Mickle of Woodbury, 18th and 19th centuries);Restoration of theHunter-Lawrence-Jessup House by Mary Rugarber and Joanne L. Bradley (concerns our GCHS Museum)

Vol. 23, No. 3, March 1992:  Memories of Life in Gloucester County, NJ by Don McAnally (growing up in Sewell, attending Woodbury High); Interesting Abstractsfrom eighteenth century Philadelphia newspaper American Weekly Mercury

Vol. 23, No. 2, December 1991:  The Forgotten Cemetery and the Bishop by Edith Hoelle (African American cemetery located in Woodbury); Interesting Abstractsfrom eighteenth century Philadelphia newspaper American Weekly Mercury

Vol. 23, No. 1, September 1991:  Before the Memories Fadeby Elwood Borden Heritage, courtesy of John O. Heritage, (pertains to the Bodo Otto House on Kings Highway in Mickleton, NJ)

Vol. 22, No. 8, June 1991:    A Riddle Resolved Hans Mansson Was The Swedish Trooper in 1641 by Rev. Robert B. Steelman and James F. Steelman

Vol. 22, No. 7, March 1991:  Blue Anchor Tavern Once A Home Away From Home in Old Gloucester County, New Jersey by Melvina M. Oehlers; Interesting Abstracts from eighteenth century Philadelphia newspaperAmerican Weekly Mercury

Vol. 22, No. 6, December 1990:  Christmas in Old Gloucester County; Runaways (from The Village Herald and Weekly Advertiser, 1825); It's Still a Mystery:  What Happened to the Fountain? by Edward H. Walton, Jr. (concerning landmark in Glassboro, NJ)

Vol. 22, No. 5, September 1990:  19th Century Reminiscences of Charles E. Hewett (1861-1949) of West Deptford Township , Part VI,  by Charles A. "Buck" Hewett

Vol. 22, No. 4, June 1990:  Remembering Paulsboro's William H. Bennett School Boys' Club by J.A. Laughlin;  a correction to A 1749 Interview of the Oldest Swede on the Delaware - Nicholas Justison of Raccoon Creekby Peter Stebbins Craig

Vol. 22, No. 3, March 1990:    A 1749 Interview of the Oldest Swede on the Delaware - Nicholas Justison of Raccoon Creek by Peter Stebbins Craig. Read this issue!

Vol. 22, No. 2, December 1989:  The History of the Swedesboro Grist Mill by John A. Adams, Jr.;Swedesboro's Robert Brown by John A. Adams, Jr.;19th Century Reminiscences of Charles E. Hewett (1861-1949) of West Deptford Township, Part V, by Charles A. "Buck" Hewett

Vol. 22, No. 1, September 1989:  Maria Ogden:  Maid with a Mission by Edith Hoelle; Log Cabin Update(Schorn Log Cabin); Friends of Old Stone Unite (Old Stone Meeting House in Woolwich Township); 19th Century Reminiscences of Charles E. Hewett (1861-1949) of West Deptford Township, Part IV, by Charles A. "Buck" Hewett

Vol. 21, No. 8, June 1989:  The Girl Behind the Man Behind the Gun Co-Workers in Winning the War by Sam Fuss (Woodbury Bag Loading Plant during World War I); 19th Century Remimscences of Charles E. Hewett (1861-1949) of West Deptford Township, Part III, by Charles A. "Buck" Hewett

Vol. 21, No. 7, March 1989:  19th Century Reminiscences of Charles E. Hewett (1861-1949) of West Deptford Township, Part II, by Charles A. "Buck" Hewett; Schorn Log Cabin Update; Who Remembers?(Duke of Windsor visits Swedesboro in 1943)

Vol. 21, No. 6, December 1988:  19th Century Reminiscences of Charles E. Hewett (1861-1949) of West Deptford Township by Charles A. "Buck" Hewett

Vol. 21, No. 5, September 1988:  A History of Harrison Township Public Schools by Mildred Moore

Vol. 21, No. 4, June 1988:  Art As Evidence in the Betsy Ross Story by Weston Adams; Interesting Abstractstaken from eighteenth century Philadelphia area newspaperAmerican Weekly Mercury

Vol. 21, No. 3, March 1988:  The Blizzard of '88 100th Anniversary; Great Egg Harbor Township, Gloucester County Tax List, 1784; Interesting Abstractstaken from eighteenth century Philadelphia newspaper, American Weekly Mercury

Vol. 21, No. 2, December 1987:  Stratton Hall by J.A. Laughlin (Woolwich Township); Great Egg Harbor Township, Gloucester County Tax List, 1784; Red Bank Battlefield - An Updateby Kathy Dodson;Interesting Abstracts from the eighteenth century Philadelphia area newspaper American Weekly Mercury

Vol. 21, No. 1, September 1987:  Happy Fortieth!(40th anniversary of our Bulletin publication); New Jersey, Gloucester County and the Constitution;

Vol. 20, No. 8, June 1987:  Wedding Trees:  Fact or Fiction by Charles Kier, Jr.; Greenwich Township Tax List, July 1784; Kirkbride's New Jersey Business Directory Gloucester County 1850 and 1851 by Stacy B. Kirkbride, Jr.; First Courthouse and Prison in Gloucester County; The Mortonson Log Cabin Acquired (by GCHS) by J.A. Laughlin; Where Are They Today? (1922 photograph of fourth grade students of Clayton Grammar School);

Vol. 20, No. 7, March 1987:  Our Early Settlements in the Delaware Valley by Paul Minotty; Greenwich Township Tax List, July 1784; Kirkbride's New Jersey Business Directory Gloucester County 1850 and 1851by Stacy B. Kirkbride, Jr.;

Vol. 20, No. 6, December 1986:  Pitman's Preston Fosterby Edith Hoelle (movie actor); Kirkbride's New Jersey Business Directory Gloucester County 1850 and 1851 by Stacy B. Kirkbride, Jr.; Greenwich Township Tax List, July 1784;

Vol. 20, No. 5, September 1986:  Basket Making in Gloucester County by Betty Bajewicz; Moravian Church - 200 Years; Return of Passengers in the United States at the Port of Tuckerton from Foreign Countries in the Quarter ending the 31st December 1831; Greenwich Township Tax List, July 1784;

Vol. 20, No. 4, June 1986:  The Evolution of Silver Lakeby C.F. Kier, Jr. (Borough of Clayton); Greenwich Township Tax List, July 1784;

Vol. 20, No. 3, March 1986:  The Robert Cooper Homestead and its Owners (Bridgeport); Queen Christina's Contempt for Raccoon Creek by Dr. Harry Gershenowitz (Queen Christina of Sweden); Newton   Township Tax List, July 1784;

Vol. 20, No. 2, December 1985:  The Richards and Glass at Jackson and Atco by C.F. Kier, Jr. (Jackson Glass Works family);  John Martin and His Descendants by Robert P. Posey; Teddy Roosevelt at Gloucester Countyby Dr. Harry Gershenowitz; Newton   Township Tax List, July 1784;

Vol. 20, No. 1, September 1985:  History of Deptford Institute (Quaker school in Woodbury); Isabella Bird's Early Travels in South Jersey by Harry Gershenowitz (Miss Isabella Lucy Bird); Lower Township, Cape May County Tax Lists, July 1784; The Algonkian Drug Formulary by Harry Gershenowitz (early Gloucester Co. physicians interested in medicines of the Indians);

Vol. 19, No. 8, June 1985:  I Remember My Dad:  J. Harris Underwood  (founder of Underwood-Memorial Hospital, Woodbury) by Dorothy Underwood Livezey; John Martin and His Descendants, Generation II by Robert P. Posey; Tax List for Lower Township, Cape May County, July 1784;

Vol. 19, No. 7, March 1985:  The Westville Power Houseby C. Donald Jess; John Martin and His Descendants by Robert P. Posey; Recent Sightings of Black Bear by Dr. Harry Gershenowitz; Deptford Township, Gloucester County Tax List, July 1784; Read this issue!

Vol. 19, No. 6, December 1984:  Courage, Compassion, and Providence:  Woodbury 1793 (description of life in Woodbury) by William J. Snape and Edward L. Wolfe; The Elusive Pine Barrens Tree Frogby Dr. Harry Gershenowitz; Deptford Township, Gloucester County Tax List, July 1784;

Vol. 19, No. 5, September 1984:  Happy 150th, Constitution Printing Company! (Woodbury);  Joseph Cooper (1735-1818): Forerunner of Darwin's Theory of Natural Selection by Dr. Harry Gershenowitz, Ed.D;Deptford Township, Gloucester County Tax List, July 1784;

Vol. 19, No. 4, June 1984:  The Studies of Yellow-Feverby Noah Webster and John Conrad Otto at Red Bank, New Jerseyby William J. Snape, M.D. and Edward L. Wolfe, Ph.D; Middle Township, Cape May County Tax List, July 1784;

Vol. 19, No. 3, March 1984: Lowell Thomas and Ocean Grove-Alpha and Omega by Charles A. Parker; Upper Township, Cape May County Tax List, July 1784;Middle Township, Cape May County Tax List, July 1784; Dr. Witmer Stone and Bald Eagles in South Jersey by Dr. Harry Gershenowitz;

Vol. 19, No. 2, December 1983: Woodbury: The Third Hundred Years 1883-1983; Upper Township, Cape May County Tax List, July 1784; James Cooper: Early Horticulturist;

Vol. 19, No. 1, September 1983:  Judge Armstrong and the Lenni Lenape Indians by Dr. Harry Gershenowitz;Know Your Antiques (gold, silver and jewelry marks) by Gloria Faust; The Woodbury Constitution and Larmackian Evolutionary Theory by Dr. Harry Gershenowitz; Bear Sightings in Franklin Township During the Summer of 1896by Dr. Harry Gershenowitz;

Vol. 18, No. 8, June 1983:  Woodbury: The Second Hundred Years, 1783-1883 by Edith Hoelle; Know Your Antiques by Paul Minotty (antique firearms); An Uncertain Branch in My Family Tree(Powell family) by Donald D. Powell;

Vol. 18, No. 7, March 1983: Woodbury, The First 100 Years: 1683-1783 by Dr. Robert W. Harper; Know Your Antiquesby Paul Minotty (early copper and brass);Constantine Samuel Rafinesque (1783-1840): Lamarckian Foreunner of Darwin's Theories by Harry Gershenowitz, Ed.D;

Vol. 18, No. 6, December 1982: Gloucester County in History The Yorktown Bicentennial 1781-1981 by Robert W. Harper; Mary Treat: Pioneer Botanist by Dr. Harry Gershenowitz; Know Your Antiquesby Paul Minotty;

Vol. 18, No. 5, September 1982: A Very Special Occasion The 150th Anniversary of the John Bull (train) by Frank Hoffman; Know Your Antiques by Paul Minotty (pewter);Panthers and Bears in Old Gloucester County by Dr. Harry Gershenowitz; Dating Old Photos by Eden Hariss;

Vol. 18, No. 4, June 1982: Randall Marshall and His Descendants by Richard Marshall Burr; Know Your Antiques by Paul Minotty (furniture); Who Was Uncle Sam? by Frances Shute;

Vol. 18, No. 3, March 1982: Wonderful Washington Park(on the Delaware River between Westville and National Park) by Edith Hoelle; The James Family of Woodstownby Robert W. Yarrington, Jr.; The Military Pass of Hannah Ladd, Widow of John Ladd from Old Gloucester County(1777) by Frank Stewart; Know Your Antiques by Paul Minotty (dating and identifying antiques);

Vol. 18, No. 2, December 1981: The Port of Woodburyby John W. Black; Gloucester County Ratables by Frank Stewart; Know Your Antiques by Paul Minotty (rush bottom ladder-back chairs including those made by the Ware family of southern New Jersey);

Vol. 18, No. 1, September 1981: Woodstown Inn Runs Out of Ghosts (from the Philadelphia Inquirer, June 17, 1966); The Indian's Yesterday (origins of North American Indians and tribes); Know Your Anqtiques by Paul Minotty (country furniture and clocks); Genealogy:   The Abbott Family compiled and presented to the Historical Society by Kathy Meyer of Willingboro, NJ on July 1, 1978;

Vol. 17, No. 8, June 1981: The Rowdy Early Days of the Volunteer Fire Departments by Paul Ditzel (pertains to several large US cities); Know Your Anqtiques by Paul Minotty (furniture styles and periods); The Origin of "Old Glory";

Vol. 17, No. 7, March 1981:  The Moravians at Oldman's Creek by Paul Minotty; Suggested 1944 Farm Rates ;Discovery of New Peach Variety - "Sweet Sue" in Aura; Help for the Farmer ; Know Your Antiques by Paul Minotty (Pitfalls of refinishing, reproductions and fakes);

Vol. 17, No. 6, December 1980: Christmas in America;Henry J. Taylor (reprint of Christmas column by Henry J. Taylor, copyright 1966, United Feature Syndicate); Job Carter Bible 1813-1893; Part II: The Application of Eighteenth Century Paints;

Vol. 17, No. 5, September 1980: Pitman:  A Brief History;The Mortgage Button by Blanche Gleason; Genealogy of Gloucester County (featuring the Platt family);

Vol. 17, No. 4, June 1980: Village of Squankum(present-day Williamstown in Monroe Twp.);

Vol. 17, No. 3, March 1980: Village of Squankum(present-day Williamstown in Monroe Twp.);

Vol. 17, No. 2, December 1979: Woodbury Glass Works;He Drew Santa Claus (political cartoonist Thomas Nast);The Mysterious Widow of the Revolution by Joseph P. Tustin;

Vol. 17, No. 1, September 1979: A Lottery of Deathby Paul Minotty (story of Henry Washington Sawyer, First NJ Calvary, Civil War); Samplers;

Vol. 16, No. 8, June 1979:  The Telford Inn - Past and Present by Clara De Hart; An Ancient Art Goes Onby Liz Woodle, reprinted by special permission of The Beach Haven Times (pertains to the work of farriers (shodding horses);

Vol. 16, No. 7, March 1979:  The Past Thirty-Five Years(last in a series on the history of GCHS); Frank Fish Collection(furniture pieces from the estate of Frank Fish of Woodbury);

Vol. 16, No. 6, December 1978:  The Stewart Years(history of GCHS 1916-1948); That Wonderful Year - 1903 ;

Vol. 16, No. 5, September 1978:  Trinity Episcopal Church (Old Swedes) 1703-1978 by Paul Minotty;Guess Who Else is Seventy Five Years Old? (pertains to origins and early history of teddy bears);

Vol. 16, No. 4, June 1978:  We Acquire a Home(early nineteenth century search for a permanent GCHS home);Barnum's Animal Crackers 75 Years Old, Too (evolution of Barnum's Animal Crackers);

Vol. 16, No. 3, March 1978:  Our Earliest Years(formation and beginning of GCHS, 1903-1921); Reminiscences of the Historic Tonkin Farm (Mickleton);

Vol. 16, No. 2, December 1977:  Submarine Warfare - General Washington's Secret Weapon by Fritz Hirschfeld, reprinted by permission of Mechanical Engineering Magazine; Come Over for Boxing Day!(Boxing Day holiday in England);

Vol. 16, No. 1, September 1977:  Forgotten Victory:   The Battle of Red Bank by Edith Hoelle; Old Gloucester County, reprinted from our first GCHS Bulletin, 1947;

Vol. 15, No. 8, June 1977:  The Story of Soupy Islandby J.W. Black; Fourth of July 1976 Recalled; Read thisissue!

Vol. 15, No. 7, March 1977:  Field Hunting Old Coins in the East by Dave Rendina, reprinted by special permission of True Treasure Magazine; The Story of a Painting by Joseph C. Salak, reprinted by special permission of Farmers' Almanac (Archibald Willard's masterpiece "The Spirit of 1776");

Vol. 15, No. 6, December 1976:  John Witherspoon(NJ signer of the Declaration of Independence);

Vol. 15, No. 5, September 1976:  Richard Stockton(NJ Signer of the Declaration of Independence);

Vol. 15, No. 4, June 1976:  Francis Hopkinson(NJ signer of the Delcaration of Independence); Fourth of July 1776;

Vol. 15, No. 3, March 1976:  John Hart (NJ signer of the Declaration of Independence); More About Abraham Clark(NJ signer of the Declaration of Independence); Visit of the King of Sweden(short article about dedication of marker at Trinity Episcopal Church, Swedesboro);

Vol. 15, No. 2, December 1975:  Abraham Clark (NJ signer of the Declaration of Independence); The Children's Room(located in GCHS Museum);

Vol. 15, No. 1, September 1975:  The Chevaux-de-Frise in the Delaware River (barriers in river during the Revolution); New Jersey's Signers of the Declaration of Independence;

Vol. 14, No. 8, June 1975:  The Black and African Influence on New Jersey Place Names by James F. McCloy; The Elizabeth Haddon Desk (located in GCHS Museum);

Vol. 14, No. 7, March 1975:  Historic Roads in the Mullica Hill Area by Harry Marvin; McCollister Parentage Corrected (correction of Benjamin Franklin McCollisterpublished in our Bulletin of December 1974); The Year Without a Summer(1816);

Vol. 14, No. 6, December 1974:  The Village Boot and Shoemaker by Harry F. Green (boot and shoemaking trade in old Gloucester Co.); From the Journal of Benjamin F. McCollister; Shoemaker's Tools;

Vol. 14, No. 5, September 1974:  Brigadier General Charles G. Harker by Paul Minotty (born in Swedesboro, served in Civil War); More About Janvier (addenda toJanvier (New Denmark)published in GCHS June 1974Bulletin);

Vol. 14, No. 4, June 1974:  Janvier (New Denmark)by William R. Farr (Janvier section of Franklin Twp.);

Vol. 14, No. 3, March 1974:  The Strange Odyssey of Lincoln's Clothes by Donald C. Spavin, reprinted by special permission of TWA Ambassador Magazine(the clothes President Lincoln wore on the night of his assassination); Ford's Theatre Chair (from the Ford Theatre in Washington DC  in which Lincoln was assassinated);

Vol. 14, No. 2, December 1973:  Library Dedication(dedication of the library building at 17 Hunter St.); Henry Wood of Lancashire, England by William B. Brown, III (founder of Woodbury); The Wood Chest(brought from England in 1783 by Wood family, now in GCHS Museum);

Vol. 14, No. 1, September 1973:  Betsy Ross - Indomitable Lady;

Vol. 13, No. 8, June 1973:  Where Was Fort Nassau?;Lustreware (origins of earthenware lustreware);

Vol. 13, No. 7, March 1973:  Early Shad Fishing on the Delaware by Harry F. Green; Franklin Davenport Chair(in GCHS Museum);

Vol. 13, No. 6, December 1972:  George Fox's Visit to New Jersey 1671-1672 by William R. Farr;

Vol. 13, No. 5, September 1972:  The Reminiscences of Henry Clay Garrison (written in 1905 about his memories of life and his career in law enforcement in Swedesboro and Woolwich Twp. 1835-1905); Is Your Great-Grandfather's Name Here (list of Civil War veterans who formed Gen. Howell GAR Post in 1879);

Vol. 13, No. 4, June 1972:  John Cooper,  Patriotby Isabella C. McGeorge, as read before GCHS, January 8, 1907; Holly Springs Water Co., Swedesboro, NJ;

Vol. 13, No. 3, March 1972:  Society to Chamber the Written Historical Heritage of Gloucester County(description of proposed GCHS library building); Old Gloucester County (oldest county records);

Vol. 13, No. 2, December 1971:  Old Gloucester County Ferries by Alfred M. Heston;

Vol. 13, No. 1, September 1971:  Colonel Joseph Ellisby Dr. Wallace McGeorge as read before GCHS, July 13, 1909;Almonesson School Picture 1899-1900 with names of children;

Vol. 12, No. 8, June 1971:  This Was An Infantry Company(3rd Regiment, Co. A, NJV); G.G. Green Memorabilia Presented To Society(items pertaining to Col. G.G. Green of Woodbury and his patent medicine empire); Dedication of Commemorative Painting andBurning of the "Augusta"(Revolutionary War battleship in the Battle of Red Bank); The Voice of the Readers(origins of the placename "Richwood); Aura Cemetery Records (continued from previous issue) by L. Kepner Gottshalk;

Vol. 12, No. 7, March 1971:  Richwood Formerly Helltownby William R. Farr; Old Gloucester County(early history and description of Deptford Twp.); Malaga, How It Got Its Name;

Vol. 12, No. 6, December 1970:  Fislerville Glass Works(Clayton, NJ); Old Gloucester County (Gloucester Co. Prison for Insolvent Debtors);

Vol. 12, No. 5, September 1970:  Gloucester County Historical Society 1903- (history of GCHS); The Moravian Church at Oldman's Creek;

Vol. 12, No. 4, June 1970:  New Brooklyn; Old Gloucester County (Camden city, 1834);

Vol. 12, No. 3, March 1970:  Past Byways - Present Highways; New Museum Rooms Opened; Old Gloucester County (several old place names);

Vol. 12, No. 2, December 1969:  The Little Red School House (Mickleton); Old Gloucester County (Malaga Mills);

Vol. 12, No. 1, September 1969:  Forest Grove;

Vol. 11, No. 8, June 1969:  A Brief History of Gibbstown, New Jersey; Giant Earthquake Rocks West Jersey(1727, 1737 and 1817); Aura Cemetery (continued from previous issue);

Vol. 11, No. 7, March 1969:  Congressmen (prior to 1900, Loudenslager, Ferrell, Hazelton, Nathan T. Stratton, Charles C. Stratton, Cooper, Matlack, Davenport, Sloan); Aura Cemetery (continued from previous issue); Descriptions of Some Towns of Old Gloucester County (Absecum, Absecum Creek, Absecum Bay, Absecum Beach);

Vol. 11, No. 6, December 1968:  An Honored Citizen(John Pierson 1805-1906); Severe Droughts (list of droughts in South Jersey 1621-1720); Aura Cemetery (continued from previous issue);

Vol. 11, No. 5, September 1968:  An Old Gloucester County Class Picture Thorofare School Picture - 1902 or 1903 (West Deptford Twp. with names); The Hicksite School (continued from previous issue, Friends Society School, Woodbury, NJ established circa 1840) by J.A. Ernest and Mabel O. Zimmerman, copyright 1968; Family Record(Fisler family taken from Bible, 1859); Aura Cemetery;

Vol. 11, No. 4, June 1968:  The Hicksite Schoolby J.A. Ernest and Mabel O. Zimmerman, copyright 1968 (Friends Society School, Woodbury, NJ, established circa 1840);Bible Record Hurff-Ashcraft; The "Mortgage Button" Mystery;

Vol. 11, No. 3, March 1968:  "Forgotten" Fort Billings;Bible Record Correction (for Tomes, Stiles, Estlack, Hinglish and Brooks from September 1967 Bulletin);Tomlin Civil War Letter (from Richard B. Tomlin to his mother, Hannah (McIlvaine) Tomlin on the eve of the battle of Fredericksburg, 1862);

Vol. 11, No. 2, December 1967:  The Congressional Medal of Honor (history of); Marriage Records of Gloucester County(1796-1876); Christmas Bells (short article about Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and his poem "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day");

Vol. 11, No. 1, September 1967:  The Old Ford Hotel(Swedesboro); Real Estate Documents Available for Research(various Gloucester Co. land documents);Stratton Family;

Vol. 10, No. 8, June 1967:  Historic Gloucester Pointby Harry F. Green; For Valor (Congressional Medal of Honor awarded to Louis Henry Carpenter); Mullica Hill Episcopal Cemetery(from the notebook of C.C. Baker, 1938, courtesy of Vineland Historical Society); Woodbury's Swine Troubles (loose pigs in 1804); Yankee Doodle Dandy(origins of);

Vol. 10, No. 7, March 1967:  The Tatum Oak(West Deptford Twp.); Michelangelo Comes to Clarksboro(exact reproduction of "Pieta" in Eglington Cemetery Chapel, Clarksboro); The "Isabella" Flask (Isabella Glass Works, New Brooklyn); Benjamin Low Bible Records ;Cemetery Records for Hardingville Siloam Methodist Church (from the notebook of C.C. Baker, 1938);

Vol. 10, No. 6, December 1966:  History of the Woodbury Friends Meeting; C. Ridgway Bible Records;

Vol. 10, No. 5, September 1966:  Stiegel Type Bottle(photo, front and back with one paragraph); Shane's Castle(built by Sebastian Woos, mid-1700's); Albertson(paragraph on the confusion of Derick Albertson of Long Island with the Gloucester Co. Albertson family); The Carpenter House (Mantua Twp.); Historical Data of Early Schools (short article on New England, Philadelphia and New Jersey schools);

Vol. 10, No. 4, June 1966:  The Constitution Company(printers, Woodbury, established 1834); New Jersey's Half Acre(located in Maryland, 1906); Van Note-Hardy Family Bible Record; Lock Bible Record; Grand Sprute Plantationby J.A.E. and Mable O. Zimmermann (VanLeer-Black-Shorn homestead on Raccoon Creek);

Vol. 10, No. 3, March 1966:  The Mortonson Lob Cabinby J.A. Ernest and Mabel O. Zimmermann(also known as Schorn Cabin, Swedesboro on the Raccoon Creek); Duncan Campbell (letter which includes information from Bible record); Charcoaling(early history of charcoaling in Gloucester Co.);

Vol. 10, No. 2, December 1965:  The First Churches in the Delaware Valley; Wessole Bible Record; Of Inventions (miscellaneous list of inventions such as calico, cannons, etc.);

Vol. 10, No. 1, September 1965:  January 9, 1793(first flight in America by Jean Pierre Blanchard, Deptford Twp.);England Family Record; Law in Gloucester County;Deed of 1728 Recorded in Woodbury, 1805 (Hannsh Dole, widow of Great Egg Harbor to Daniel Ireland, yeoman, of same); Paper-Mill (first paper mill in America, Germantown section of Philadelphia, 1690); Bible Record of John and Mary Knight;

Vol. 9, No. 7, March 1965:  Mantua Grove Schoolby Frank O. Stetser, 1942; Pre-Lenape Culture in Gloucester Countyby J.A.E. and M.O. Zimmerman; Unrecorded Deed 1779 (David Henry of Greenwich and Marmaduke Cooper of Newton Twp. with chain of title); Title to Land in Washington Twp., then in Camden Co. (1797-1844);New Jersey Officers in Red Bank Campaign;

Vol. 9, No. 6, December 1964:  The Great Seal of Gloucester County by R. Edward Klaisz; Another Prehistoric Skeleton (dinosaur bones unearthed in Sewell, Gloucester Co.); Jonas Cattell (short article on his Revolutionary War record); Old Remedies (found in the Diary of Rebecca Turner, Bees Corner, Gloucester Co., NJ);In God We Trust (100th anniversary of coin motto);Remains of our Primeval Forests (old trees in Gloucester Co.);

Vol. 9, No. 5, September 1964:  RCA and the Clement Oak (article about the tree over 3 centuries old and the property on which it stands); The Battle of Fort Mifflin;England Bible Record;

Vol. 9, No. 4, June 1964:  The Flag (early flags of the US);Barker Family Bible; The Country Doctor (history of physicians in early Gloucester Co.); Chronology of Israel Helm, Sr. (Israel Akeson); Berkeley, Sandtown, Now Mount Royal;

Vol. 9, No. 3, March 1964:  New Jersey Tercentenary 1664-1964; Children's Toys (early toys); Repairs to Raccoon Church 1721; County Government 1664-1964; Eric Mullica, Swedish Pioneer, 1663/4;

Vol. 9, No. 2, December 1963:  The Colonial Court House 1787-1887 by J. A. Ernest and Mabel O. Zimmerman (old Gloucester Co. courthouse in Woodbury); The Fox Hunting Club (of Gloucester Co.); An Old Industry (tanneries); A Legend of Old Gloucester County (story of an Indian woman who saved Captain DeVries and crew who explored the Delaware River); Elizabeth Griscom (Betsy Ross); Read this issue!

Vol. 9, No. 1, September 1963:  The Court Houses of Old Gloucester County by J.A. Ernest and Mabel O. Zimmerman; A Letter About the "Blues" (written by H.R. Campbell to B.F. Carter, Esq. in 1873 concerning the War of 1812 and the Gloucester Fox Hunting Club); Light Horse Harry Lee In Woodbury; Creesville - Green Tree (lost town in present-day Washington Twp., Gloucester Co.);

Vol. 8, No. 8, June 1963:  John Gill Whitall, First President (of GCHS); First English Bible of Gloria Dei Church, Swedesboro, NJ 1739 (names of owners and writers); Shad Fishing 1876 (in the Delaware River);John Estaugh (early settler of Haddonfield, husband of Elizabeth Haddon); St. Thomas Church, Glassboro (short article on first church in Glassboro); Wenonah(early history); Dr. Mary Griscom (short article on Mary Griscom (1866-1946)  and her career);

Vol. 8, No. 7, March 1963:  Where Was Teatown?by J.A. Ernest Zimmerman (late 17th century locality near Woodbury); Rambo-Rambeau(comment on Rambo article in Dec. 1962 Bulletin); Moravian Parsonage(fire in Manse of Moravian Church in Woolwich Twp.); Friends Free School (Woodbury); 1903-A Brief Sketch of Our Sixty Years-1963;

Vol. 8, No. 6, December 1962:  Ear Marks 1686-1728(cattle marks in early Gloucester Co.); Inns and Taverns (names and locations of some early inns and taverns in Gloucester Co.); Hoop-poles and Basket-wood; Peter Rambo (Rambeau); Spread Eagle Inn(Mullica Hill);

Vol. 8, No. 5, September 1962:  Downer Methodist Church(Monroe Twp.); Carter Family Records;Committee of Safety for the Colony of New York for the Eight Days of February 1776 (short note); Philadelphia 1844 Letter (from a Mr. Brooks to his brother William Brooks); Zion Church, Moravia (short article on services to be held);

Vol. 8, No. 4, June 1962:  Alcyon Park(amusement park in Pitman); Trolley Road to Camden; 1895 Census (totals for Woodbury); Cross Keys, remembrances of boyhood days at Cross Keys, Camden Co., NJ from Spring 1845 to Fall 1850 by John W. Sparks, August 1924; Elisha Chew Bible Record;

Vol. 8, No. 3, March 1962:  Turnpikes; Recent Relics Found (pottery pieces found in 1961 on Mantua Creek);What the Swedes Saw Upon the Delaware, Isaac Mickle, 1845; An Old Time Funeral; Superstitions;Taxables 1784 (totals);

Vol. 8, No. 2, December 1961:  The Old-Time Schoolby William H. Snowden, 1903; Guyon Bible Record ; License for a Ferry to Marcus Hook and a Tavern on the Jersey Shore; Revolutionary Soldiers (death notices); A List of Those Who Voted at Woodbury in 1789; How They Voted in Woodbury in 1789; Gloucester County's New Flag;

Vol. 8, No. 1, September 1961:  The Catholic Church(evolution of the church in South Jersey); Zion Church, Moravia(report of recent services); Petty's Island; Peter Kalm, 1748; Barrett Bible Record;

Vol. 7, No. 8,  June 1961:  An Historic Note(Dr. Bodo Otto and his home, Swedesboro); Harris-Lupton Bible Record;Miscellaneous Deed References; Ebenezer Cemetery;

Vol. 7, No. 7, March 1961:  Dutch Settlers in New Jersey; Frederick Zimmerman Family Bible Record ;Stewart Collection (genealogical and historical collection of Frank Stewart kept in the library at Glassboro State College, now Rowan University, Glassboro); Historical Oddities ; The Benjamin Braman Log Cabin(Clonmell);

Vol. 7, No. 6, December 1960:  One of Our First Exports(tobacco); John Grace (Revolutionary War record); An Echo from the "Old Mint" (short paragraph about first   minting of gold at the Philadelphia mint);Spirits (one paragraph about the making of early spirits in America); English Dictionary(one paragraph on the first dictionary); Kirby Family Records; James Dye (brief article on his history and genealogy); Deed:   Thomas P. Carpenter and others to John Pedrick for lot of land in Glasborough (unrecorded) (abstract); Annual Moravian Church Service;

Vol. 7, No. 5, September 1960:  Historic Doorsill(from the US Mint in Philadelphia, now in use at entrance to GCHS Library); Colonial Almanacs; Tornado! (1960); Deeds Past and Present (terms used);

Vol. 7, No. 4, June 1960:  Nathaniel Chew Burial Plot(on Mantua Creek); Old Burial Plot Uncovered (paragraph about plot in Gibbstown, possibly from Mickle family); John Sickler Bible Record; Squankum Tax List of 1781;

Vol. 7, No. 3, March 1960:  The Barn on Paradise Farm(Tench Francis farm, West Deptford Twp.); Rev. Nathaniel Evans; Some Interesting Incidents; A Wood Family Bible Record; Survey of Historical Sites (article on 1960 survey, no specific properties); Marshall Family Notes;

Vol. 7, No. 2, December 1959:  Paradise Farm(Tench Francis farm, West Deptford Twp.); Stephens Burial Ground;   letter to Thomas Firth to his brother John F. Firth, Kansas Territory, June 29, 1856; Constitution Day Services Moravian Church; Trinity Episcopal (Old Swedes) Church (brief paragraph on recent activities);Woodbury-Camden Railroad; George Fisler Bible Record; George Vanleer;

Vol. 7, No. 1, September 1959:  Carl Emil Ulrich v. Donop; Cattell Burial Ground; Zion Church, Moravia(brief report on upcoming Constitution Day service); A Patroon(brief article on patroons of New Netherlands);

Vol. 6, No. 8, June 1959:  John Moore White(of Woodbury); Perce Family Record; Mrs. Anne C. Whitall and her Spinning Wheel, poem by W. Clement Moore;The Paullin Family; Anniversary Service (of Trinity "Old Swedes" Church, Swedesboro);

Vol. 6, No. 7, March 1959:  Where was Repaapo?;Neilson Bible; 1858 Mason Jars 1958 (South Jersey inventor John Landis Mason); Gloucester County Early Furniture Makers;

Vol. 6, No. 6, December 1958:  181st Anniversary of the Battle of Red Bank; Records from the Carter Family ;Burial Stones (3 Henry family stones at Bunker Hill Presbyterian Church, Washington Twp.); Hendricksson House (paragraph concerning upcoming removal); A $5000 Gloucester County Apple(apple growing in South Jersey, new apple variety discovered by Lewis Mood);Descendants of Ann Roberts (being sought by State Archeological Society); Richard Wescote-Westcoat;Tonkin's Island(brief notes);

Vol. 6, No. 5, September 1958:  Coins-Tokens of Exchange; Inscriptions from the Burial Ground on West Red Bank Ave., Woodbury, NJ(black cemetery, stones are now surrounding GCHS library); The Lippincott Family; The Woodland Graves (paragraph about wording on wooden marker at woodland graves on Swedesboro-Franklinville Road); Gloucester County Post Offices 1800; Woodrow Bible Record; Indenture of John Jourden;

Vol. 6, No. 4, June 1958:  Old Presbyterian Burial Ground(Woodbury); Holgate-Gardiner Bible Record ;Wills Probated in Old Gloucester County During the Years 1819-20-21 (list of testators only); Gloucester County's True Origin by J.A. Ernest Zimmermann; Some New Jersey Ferry Licenses; Newspaper Items on Revolutionary Soldiers 1820-1824; A Letter Written 1914 on the Ward Family by Rebecca Ginger Ward, wife of Jason Ward (1839-1896) ;

Vol. 6, No. 3, March 1958:  Griscom Holly Tree(West Deptford Twp.); Jonathan Egee Bible Record; Deed Hezekiah Eastlacke to Thomas Carpenter 1787;Proceedings for Soldiers's Pension (process necessary to apply, 1820); Paulsboro School Bell; Bridge Over Raccoon Creek(paragraph); Allen Ancestry correction to Vol. 1, March 1948; George Avis, Sr. 1690-1785;

Vol. 6, No. 2, December 1957:  Old Glass "Jenny Lind" and "Free Soil"; To the Women Ffriends of the severall Quarterly and Monthly Meeting 1726; Pine Tavern; A Cooper Bible Record; Old Clement Oak( Deptford Twp.); Wards Burial Ground (Woodbury);

Vol. 6, No. 1, September 1957:  Flag Contest(Gloucester Co. flag); A Forgotten Industry in the County(silk worms); Skinner Family Bible Record; Gabriel Thomas Writes of West-New-Jersey 1698; Moravian Church Service(account of recent service);

Vol. 5, No. 8, June 1957:  Miss Lucy Welsh's Home, Also Known as "The Hatton House" (Swedesboro);Washington Township (one column historical highlights);Jennings Bible Record; History of Old School House Harmony Academy(Mullica Hill); The Last Public Sale of Slaves in Gloucester County (1815); Casper Wistar's Gun; Woodlane Graves Hold Tale of Civil War Era (4 miles south of Mullica Hill);

Vol. 5, No. 7, March 1957:  Milestones; An Old Sampler(text of 1813 sampler by Mary Perce); An Old Contract(oldest dated contract of Old Gloucester Co. in English between John Dolbo and John Stelley);

Vol. 5, No. 6, December 1956:  The Franklin House(hotel in Glassboro); Chestnut Ridge (near Cross Keys)(concerns the Jennings family); Pierce Family Bible;Uniforms of American History; Flags and Seals;

Vol. 5, No. 5, September 1956:  1799 Fire Engine Woodbury Fire Company; Notes from an Old Deed(one paragraph on will of John Eglenton); Early Marriage Record(Edward Eglington and Sarah Hoult); Pension Jacob Colatter, Revolutionary Soldier; Barn and Fence Advertising at the Turn of the Century; Taxes 1739;Perce-Brewer Burial Ground;

Vol. 5, No. 4, June 1956:  West Jersey Proprietors' Annual Meeting 1956 (details of anniversary meeting and accounts of early meetings); Five of Eleven Original Swedish Churches; Davis Family Bible Record; Bill of Purchases (Capt. A. McLane, Wm. Nicolls and Jona. Jones); Roster of 1812-1815(various companies stationed at Billingsport); A Letter to Mr. Stewart 1918 on Three Joseph Edwards; Woodbury Band (paragraph on 1880 city band); Mantua Creek (paragraph on act to enable owners of the meadows and marshes on the creek to drain marshes and keep their tide bank in repair with list of owners);

Vol. 5, No. 3, March 1956:  Description of Map(1639 map by Johannes Vingboons of South Jersey for the Dutch West India Co.); Court Proceeding March Anno Don 1696(brief description of court matters with names of parties);Two Early Deeds Naming Early Gloucester County Residents; Proceedings for Half Pay (1783 request to court for half-pay for Andrew Ross, disabled in Revolution);Zane Family Record; Will Showing Title Chain to Estate (1773 will of Restore Estlack of Greenwich Twp.);

Vol. 5, No. 2, December 1955:  The Griscom Family;Andrew Steelman, Sr.; Vital Statistics-Deptford Township (1848-1852 marriages and deaths; Two John Brown Bible Records;

Vol. 5, No. 1, September 1955:  Restore Lippincott;Piney Hollow (Monroe Twp. Chew family data); Tomlin Letter (Samuel Ashcraft Eastlack Tomlin to Charles Tomlin, no date); Tomlin Genealogy; Weights and Measures(short history of requirements); Swift Records;

Vol. 4, No. 8, June 1955:  Mrs. Robert T. Weatherill President 1947-1953; Lippincott Diary (a few excerpts); Gloucester County Farm at Clarksboro, the Original John Clark Survey (county almshouse);Washington Used Historic Chair; Postage (paragraph regarding letters sent collect); Tax List 1777 (Sept. 1777 Deptford Twp.); Stage Coach Days;

Vol. 4, No. 7, March 1955:  Upper Greenwich Meeting(Mickleton); George Avis; From the Journal of Thomas Chalkley, 1726; Backgrounds of Mullica Hill;Hon. Robert C. Hendrickson (appointment as Ambassador to New Zealand);

Vol. 4, No. 6, December 1954:  The Truck Boats of Mantua and Near By by Harry F. Green; Betsy Ross ; An Old Cemetery (inscriptions, Westcottville, Deptford Twp.);Genealogy of Some of the Members of Mullica Hill Monthly Meeting;

Vol. 4, No. 5, September 1954:  The Silent Bell(in Presbyterian Church, Woodbury,  by J.A. Ernest and Mabel O. Zimmerman, Copyright 1954; West Jersey Peirce Family; Marriages 1848-1855(performed by John C. Eastlack, JP, at Carpenter's Landing); 58 N. Broad St.(concerning previous owners of GCHS Museum); Historic Dates; Old River Stockade (defense of the Delaware River);

Vol. 4, No. 4, June 1954:  The John Cooper House(16 N. Broad St., Woodbury); The Concessions and Agreements of 1676; The Izard Family; First Gloucester County Old Church Day; Highways (short article on early NJ roads); About Woodbury (American Magazinefirst published here 1758, 1822 letters sent collect);

Vol. 4, No. 3, March 1954:  Old Whitall Mansion(concerns the Whitall family of Red Bank); Gloucester County Marl;A Forgotten Industry (gathering of sumac); The Stone House Farm (Wenonah);

Vol. 4, No. 2, December 1953:  Hugh L. Mehorter Third President Fifty Years of Activity 1903-1953;Squankum(early settlement in present-day Monroe Twp.);Brick-house on the Delaware 1684-5 (from Book of Dutch Patents); News Item Pennsylvania Gazette, Issue of May 22, 1766(Dilkes farm in present-day Hurffville struck by lightning); Family Record taken from Vol. 2 Swedesboro Church Records page 107 (Madara famiy); A letter addressed to Thomas Coles, Senr. New Jersey Gloucester County, Woodbury-post office.  No stamp. Just folded and sealed with sealing wax (July 8, 1814 from Zaneses Township, State of Ohio, Champain County from Richard S. Cheesman);

Vol. 4, No. 1, September 1953:  Trinity Church in Swedesboro Celebrates its Anniversary; Rev. Charles Duane(rector of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Swedesboro); Centre Square M.E. Church; Our New Ambassador to Australia (Amos J. Peaslee, Clarksboro);An Eagle In Gloucester County (1953 capture of injured bird);

Vol. 3, No. 8, June 1953:  Oliphant's Mill(Woolwich Twp.);Some Unpublished Marriage Records of Gloucester County(1830-1840 performed by John C. Thackray, JP); A Challenge! (challenge on The Bodo Otto's House in Mickleton, New Jersey published in the March 1953Bulletin);   Jacob Van de Ver from Holland; Trinity Church, Swedesboro, celebration (1 paragraph);

Vol. 3, No. 7, March 1953:  The Bodo Otto House; Jesse Chew Burial Ground (Sewell); Proceedings for Soldier's Pensions 1820 (for Philip Barry); Wilkins Inn Kitchen Fire Place During Jesse Smith's Time Before Remodeling (Woodbury);

Vol. 3, No. 6, December 1952:  The Bar Room - Wilkin's Inn (Woodbury); Taken from a post card in the Bradshaw-Cooper Bible now in Gloucester County Historical Society collection; The Irish Road from an address by Mr. Harry Marvin, at Camdem County Historical Society, 1952, condensed (West Collingswood); A Deed of 1710 is recorded May 10, 1805 (Gabriel Neslson  and Abraham Nealson to Samuel Paul); Migration to Virginia(excerpt from Samuel Mickle diary); Read this issue!

Vol. 3, No. 5, September 1952:  The Bond House(Clarksboro); An Indenture for Apprentice John Chew, 1731 ; "Old Stone" Oak Grove or Adams Meeting House (Woolwich Twp.);

Vol. 3, No. 4, June 1952:  "Tom" Wilkin's Inn, Gloucester County's Colonial Tavern stood on the main road from Burlington to Salem 1736(Woodbury);The Cozens Burial Hill (Mantua); Pedlar License for 1767; To General Varnum (from Woodbury Friends, 1777); Old Documents (find items of interest in them);First Division of Old Gloucester County into Townships, 1696;

Vol. 3, No. 3, March 1952:  Nathan Ward House(Deptford Twp.); More Excerpts from the Diary of Isaac Mickle (1822-1855); Some Gloucester County Marriages(1771-1776, from Gloucester Co. Clerk); John Tatem;

Vol. 3, No. 2, December 1951:  Marriage License of "Betsy" Ross; Revolutionary Prayer (found among the papers of Major John Shofinger, 1777); Extracts from Isaac Mickle Diary, 1845; Notes on Woodbury by the Late Samuel R. Carter; The Cornelius Smith Medal;

Vol. 3, No. 1, September 1951:  The Pauls of Paulsboroby Mrs. William F. Boedker; Bull's Eye Tavern(Woodbury); A Gloucester County Marriage(Flanagin-McIlvaine, 1817 with a Flanagan Bible record);Anthony Benezet's Lands (Deptford Twp.);

Vol. 2, No. 8, June 1951:  New StockholmThe Swedish Settlement by Samuel H. Richards, Esq.; Deptford Institute  1881-1882 (Woodbury);

Vol. 2, No. 7, March 1951:  Housing in the Settlementsby J.A. Ernest and Mabel O. Zimmermann, copyright 1951(early West Jersey housing); From THE PROMPTERin 1797(printed in Boston, 1797); Isaac Mickle, Vice-President at 16(various societies to which he belonged, short article); Peter Matson, alias Dalbo 1647-1701;Where was Bulls Eye Tavern?

Vol. 2, No. 6, December 1950:  The Old Marl Pits; The Underground Railroad; Freeholders' Minute Book(a few entries 1701-1706);

Vol. 2, No. 5, September 1950:  Can You Identify This House? (photograph inscribed Mrs. Mary Mounts, 1889);Letters of Isaac Mickle and James Fennimore Cooper(from the diary of Mickle 1822-55); Moravian Church Services;

Vol. 2, No. 4, June 1950:  The Village Blacksmith; Circa?(its use and interpretations); John Cooper, Patriot, born Nov. 5, 1729, died April 1, 1785; Colonel Israel Shreve;

Vol. 2, No. 3, March 1950:  Succotanny:  The Indian Village and Spring; Old Place Names in Gloucester County; Samuel Burrough; Bible Record for the Humphry family;

Vol. 2, No. 2, December 1949:  The Whitney Glass Works(Glassboro, NJ); Family Record (Lemens family);Ancient Creek(Hoeman/Trumpeter/Newport/Repaupo/Thief); Vale! Mantua Oak;

Vol. 2, No. 1, September 1949:  A Palladian Window(GCHS Museum); Great Egg Harbor Township (Old Gloucester Co.); Tanyards;

Vol. 1, No. 8, June 1949:  Old Barnsboro Inn;Depreciation! (during the Revolution); An Early Account of the Swedes from a letter of Thomas Paschall 1683;William P. Haines "The Fighting Quaker" (Civil War veteran);

Vol. 1, No. 7, March 1949:  Candor Hall(aka Ladd's Castle, West Deptford Twp.); Moravian Church (restoration);Rattlesnake at Raccoon; Abbott; Westward Ho!;

Vol. 1, No. 6, December 1948:  Frank H. Stewart, May 5, 1873-October 14, 1948; A Burial Plot (Swedesboro-Franklinville Road with one stone for Thomas Howell 1780-1872); Old Upton; Aaron Dilkes, Patriot; Education(Swedish teaching); How the West Was Populated; Real Estate Item (Samuel Mickle diary, 1809):

Vol. 1, No. 5, September 1948:  Zion Chapel, Moravia(Woolwich Twp.); A Circumferenter; Abstract of the Will of John Lawrence, 1806; Ancient Ship sunk in Delaware River two centuries ago located by dredgersby Louis B. Moffett;

Vol. 1, No. 4, June 1948:  The Rock (relic supposed to be foundation to support one of the iron gates that entered Fort Mercer); American Red Cross; Civil War Excerptsby B.F. Carter in 1863; Byllynge's Point ; Eastlack Wisteria; Tonkin's Island;

Vol. 1, No. 3, March 1948:  Gloucester County Historical Soceity 1903-1948; Jones-Allen Ancestry; History of the Japanese Flag by Major Louise Reuter, Jr., Ret.;Where is Gallows Hill?

Vol. 1, No. 2, December 1947:  Woodbury Creek Friends Meeting; Swedish Log Houses in Old Gloucester County by Mabel O. and J.A.E. Zimmermann; The Native Inhabitanti(Lenni-Lenape Indians); Read this issue!

Vol. 1. No. 1, September 1947:  Chevaux-de-frise at Red Bank (stockade constructed in 1775 to block British ships in the Delaware River); Old Gloucester County; Gloucester County Historical Society Building;