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Descendants of John Blaw (Blue), d.1757, Somerset Co., NJ

compiled by William H. Blue
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Columbus, Ohio : National Blue Family Association, 1990
iv, 1116 p. : ill., facsims., maps
4th ed

Notes

"References:" p. 885-923.

Includes index (listing Blaw, Blawen, Blew, Blu, Blauw, Blieu and other variant spellings).

Includes Baker, Brown, Clark (Clarke), Davis, DeWeese (Deweese), Fletcher, Gere, Graham, hamilton, Harrel, Herriott, Johnson (Johnston), Jones, Miller, Morrow, Shanks, Smith, Van Fleet Van Vleet), Wallace and related families.

John Blaw (d.1757) married Margtje (Margaret) Van Leeuwe, and moved from Jamaica, Queens County, New York to Somerset County, New Jersey. Descendants (chiefly spelling the surname Blue by the third generation) and relatives lived in New York, New Jersey, Virginia, Delaware, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Texas, California, Washington and elsewhere.

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