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Pequannock NJ Town Officers 1750

Contibuted by Kevin Riley on 2 March 2001
Source: From the Pequannock Town Book 1741-1754

March 13, 1750 It being than ageneral town meting apinted bilow whar-as then the town ofesers is chous as folos

Michel cook , town clarke
Jonathan Stiles Jun , seser
James Jaocbese, colackter
Henry vannes, Henry mandevel , frehoulders
Martan Bary, Gelin Deremus , suvars
Peter Roman , Michel cook, overse of the pwore
john freland, John Dods, John Alan, overers of the rods

1751 is missing
March 10-1752
Marten vanduin , Town clark and Town Book keeper
henry mandeviel Junier , esseser
John Stiles , colector
Marten vanduin, John Stiles , freeholders
henry mouerson , gils mandeviel, Survaers of of the high ways
Pieter Rome , Pieter mouerson , overceirs of the poor
John Scharmerhorn , nicles hylar overceirs of the hgh ways
March the 13-1753
Marten vanduin, tonw clark and twon Book Keeper
...... Mandeviel Junier , esseser
........ Stiles , colector
fraderick temmot, Peter Rome , freeholders
jacob Peer , Jahn Scarmerhorn , survaers of the high ways
Marten vanduin , Samuel Berrey , overcers of the poor
nicoles hylar, john deremus , overcers of the high ways
March 12-1754
Marten vanduin, Town Clark and Town Book keeper
Henry Mandeviel, Junier , asseser
John Stiles , colector
Frederick Demout, Pieter Rome , freehoulders
Cornelus Dereamus , Pieter young , Survaors of the highways
Maretn vanduin , James Jacobus , overceirs of the poor
geline Dereamus , Thomas Peer, Samuel Jonson, overceirs of the highways

Source: Some Early Records of Morris County , New Jersey by Kenn Stryker-Rodda p.19-31


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