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Biographical and genealogical history of the city of Newark and Essex County, New Jersey .. (Volume 1)

Biographical and genealogical history of the city of Newark and Essex County, New Jersey .. (Volume 1)

Fonte : Internet Archive

Biographical and genealogical history of the city of Newark and Essex County, New Jersey .. (Volume 1)

Biographical and genealogical history of the city of Newark and Essex County, New Jersey .. (Volume 1)

Fonte : Internet Archive

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Christopher Carle, a son of Constantine De Carlee. a native of France. The grandfather dropped the prefix to the name


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Scotch, and claimed descent from William de Irwyn, secretary and armor-bearer of Robert Bruce, his mother was English, attached to


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who followed the fortunes of Richard Coeur de Lion, and were knighted for brilliant achievements. The first of the family


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De Camp, a daughter of Harrison De Camp, of Roseland, Essex county, and a granddaughter of Benjamin De Camp.


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December, 1840, a son of Aaron De Camp, of whom mention is made elsewhere in this work. Mr.


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M., Aline and Harold Harrison De Camp followed the vocation of shoe-making during his life and resided at Roseland.


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county, and a granddaughter of Benjamin De Camp.


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In his political views Mr. De Camp is independent. He was appointed postmaster of Roseland under President Cleveland's first


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in the faith of which Mr. De Camp departed this life on the 2d of April, 1897.


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he was accompanied by one Godfridus de Mannavilla, who. on the distributory lands and lordships which afterwards took place, was


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dates back to that of William de Kilbourne. lord of the manor of Kilbourne, in Yorkshire, born A. D. 1


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went on a crusade with Richard Cceur de Lion, in 11 20.


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Places whose agnatic ancestor, .'ictor Hugo de Place, was the first of this family in England.


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Places whose agnatic ancestor, Victor Hugo de Place, was the first of this family in Englantl.


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and died in old age. Benjamin De Camp, the next in line of direct descent, was born in Essex county,


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AARON DE CA]^IP, for manv vears numbered among the leading citizens of Essex county, worthily


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Aaron De Camp, the second son of the family, was reared and educated in Livingston


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GEORGE E. DE CAMP, who has been honored with various political preferments and has won


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Mr. De Camp was joined in wedlock to Miss Matilda L. Harrison, a native of


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GEORGE E. De CAMP


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had two sons,-Hugh Adolphus and Stephen De Forrest, Orilla Clarissa, born May 16,


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Mr. De.'ausney was united in marriage to Miss Rachel, daughter of Henry and Ann (Vreeland)


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of the inheritance. His son, Henry De-Vausney,the grandfather of our subject, was a native of Franklin township, Essex county, and


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The father of our subject, John De Vausney, is a native of Essex county, and now resides in Nutley. Throughout


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who secures the contracts while Mr. De Vausney acts as superintendent of the workmen, and many fine Ijuildings in Bloomfield,


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WILLIAM H. DE VAUSNEY.


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3n<^l is a son of James and Mary (Carr) De Witt. His parents were natives of Deckertown, Sussex county, New


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very early day. The grandfather, Peter De Witt, was numbered among the first settlers of the county, and took an


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Carr. Both Mr. and Mrs. James De-Witt, now deceased, passed their lives upon a farm, and by their upright lives


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William H. De Witt acquired the greater [lart of his education in Deckertown, New Jersey,


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Mr. De Witt was born in Orange county.


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Mr. De Witt votes the Republican ticket on state and national questions, but at local


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19, 1801. James (3) married Jane De Witt, December 10, 1809, and went to live near Geneva, New York.


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marriage "temp," Henry HI, of Hercules de Malbie, grandson of Sir Sinion (Simon?) de Malbie. lord of Cawton, in Craven,


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R. A. M.. and the Odo de Saint-Amand Commandery, K. T. He is also a member of the Topkaow Club,


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Mrs. Jacob Riker and Mrs. John de Vausney. The children all inherited land from their father's estate, and the son,


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noble captains." The name of William de la Ward appears in 11 75 as residing in Chester. From 1349 a


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original American ancestor having been Giles Jansen de Mandeville, who was born in France and who, according to duly authentic


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married November 10, 1802, to Abigail De-Camp, and had six children,-David, Jared, Aaron, Timothy, Deborah and James Harvey. Of this


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ancestor of the family was Robert de Spottiswood, Lord of Spottiswood, who was born in the reign of King Alexander


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is made in history, is Edgar de Schencken, who, in A. D. 798, occupied the position of imperial seneschal to