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The records of the Swedish Lutheran churches at Raccoon and Penns Neck, 1713-1786

translated and compiled by the Federal Writer's Project of the Works Progress Administration, State of New Jersey ; with an introduction and notes by Dr. Amandus Johnson, director of the American Swedish Histo rical Museum, Philadelphia, Pa.
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[S.l.] : New Jersey Commission to Commemorate the 300th Anniversary of the Settlement by the Swedes and Finns on the Delaware, c1938
xv, 387 p.
American guide series

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Raccoon Creek is now Swedesboro and Penns Neck is now Churchtown.

Includes full-name index.

Records include parish meetings 1714-1786, financial accounts and church business records, member register giving genealogy which was compiled about 1786, and a history of the congregations compiled in 1791. The baptisms and marriages covered 1713-1783, and the deaths covered 1714-1773.

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