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    South Jersey Magazine

    Does anyone know of a published index to the articles appearing in Bailey's "South Jersey Magazine." It would be really handy to find articles in those of us who have collections of this periodical.
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    Dicktown & Penbryn

    Here is information about the upcoming talk on Penbryn: The Historical Society of Winslow Township presents “The History and People of Penbryn” Monday, October 7, 2013, 8:00 PM at the Bud Duble Senior Center 33 Cooper Folly Road Atco, NJ 08004 (Across from Winslow Township Middle...
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    Maps of Harleigh Cemetery in Camden

    None of the links to maps in this thread work!
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    Atsion To Boot Hill

    The only map for those you have noted that I have is a scan of teh 1860 Beers map, which shows my great grandfather's property in Sicklerville but does not show the lower end of Winslow Township. Other than in your personal collection, where can I find these maps. I'm sure you are aware the it...
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    Atsion To Boot Hill

    Here's another try at uploading the Millers bog article, which I took apart and reduced in size. Bye Golly Gee, I think it worked.!!!
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    Atsion To Boot Hill

    I see that there are insturction at http://forums.njpinebarrens.com/threads/how-do-i-put-images-in-my-posts.7205/ I'll try them.
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    Atsion To Boot Hill

    I'll now try to upload an annotated picture of the Miller Family. Click the photo's to make them larger. The pdf file if you want it. http://teegate.njpinebarrens.com/Miller_Family/Miller Family annotated.pdf
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    Atsion To Boot Hill

    I will attempt to upload a 1982 article about Millers Bogs. It didn't work... I got an error message:
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    Atsion To Boot Hill

    The Hammonton New article was definitely about the Bogs in Winslow Township. I've found J.G.Wilson's writing to be rather accurate. He locates them thusly, "Millers Bogs on Albertson's Stream between Ancora and Pestletown on a North-South line of reference and between Hammonton and Waterford...
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    Atsion To Boot Hill

    Jerseyman, Forgive me for my last post. I didn't got down far enough on the thread to see that you had replied to my previous post. Thank you for returning "cadastral" to my working vocabulary. It was lost through lack of use decades ago! Where can I find actual copies (or better yet...
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    Atsion To Boot Hill

    RednekF350, VERY nice photos. Might you grant rights to the Historical Society of Winslow Township to reproduce and use these pictures? If you agree, please email me directly at jejennings@comcast.net and I'll send you a form. If we can get Miller's grad-daugter to give a talk, it would be...
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    Atsion To Boot Hill

    Jerseyman, Where did you find that map? It is very unusual to find a map showing property ownership and the HSWT would love to have a copy with permission to reproduce it. Do you have access to similar maps for Winslow Township? Jack Jennings
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    Atsion To Boot Hill

    According to the article "Millers Bogs - A Forgotten Pine Barrens Town" printed in the Hammonton News, Thursday December 23, 1982, the original Miller was "John Henry Miller, a huge man of German extraction and an amiable disposition." The Historical Society of Winslow Township has just been...
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    Windmill at Atsion--Why?

    J.L. Etheridge
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    Dicktown & Penbryn

    Dicktown is generally thought to be at the intersection of the Berlin Cross Keys Road and the New Brooklyn- Erial Road (Route 706), part in Gloucestrer Township and part in Winslow Township. At one time there was a small gas station on the Northwest corner and a gray stone house on the...