New Jersey is in United States of America.
Around 1645 George Carteret 1st Baronet (age 35) renamed New Netherlands to New Jersey.
Americas, United States of America, Franklin Lakes New Jersey
On 04 May 1978 Gerald Leslie Brockhurst (age 87) died at Franklin Lakes New Jersey.
Americas, United States of America, Monmouth County New Jersey
Americas, United States of America, Middletown Township Monmouth County New Jersey
Americas, United States of America, Sandy Hook Middletown Township Monmouth County New Jersey
Americas, United States of America, New Jersey, Mount Kemble Plantation
On 08 Dec 1758 General Thomas Gage (age 39) and Margaret Kemble (age 24) were married at her father's plantation Mount Kemble Plantation, New Jersey. They had eleven children.
Americas, United States of America, New Brunswick New Jersey
In 1734 Margaret Kemble was born to Peter Kemble at New Brunswick New Jersey.
Americas, United States of America, New Jersey, Newark
1911 Encyclopædia Britannica. SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE (1792–1822), English poet, was born on the 4th of August 1792 was born at Field Place, near Horsham, Sussex. He was the eldest child of Timothy Shelley (1753–1844) (age 38), M.P. for Shoreham, by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Charles Pilfold, of Effingham, Surrey. His father (age 38) was the son and heir of Sir Bysshe Shelley (age 61), Bart. (d. 1815), whose baronetcy (1806) was a reward from the Whig party for political services. Sir Bysshe's (age 61) father Timothy had emigrated to America, and he himself had been born in Newark, New Jersey; but he came back to England, and did well for himself by marrying successively two heiresses, the first, the mother of Timothy (age 38), being Mary Catherine, daughter of the Rev. Theobald Michell of Horsham. He was a handsome man of enterprising and remarkable character, accumulated a vast fortune, built Castle Goring, and lived in sullen and penurious retirement in his closing years. None of his talent seems to have descended to his son Timothy (age 38), who, except for being of a rather oddly self-assertive character, was indistinguishable from the ordinary run of commonplace country squires. The mother of the poet is described as beautiful, and a woman of good abilities, but not with any literary turn; she was an agreeable letter-writer. The branch of the Shelley family to which the poet Percy Bysshe belonged traces its pedigree to Henry Shelley, of Worminghurst, Sussex, who died in 1623. These Worminghurst or Castle Goring Shelleys are of the same stock as the Michelgrove Shelleys, who trace up to Sir William Shelley, judge of the common pleas under Henry VII., thence to a member of parliament in 1415, and to the reign of Edward I., or even to the epoch of the Norman Conquest. The Worminghurst branch was a family of credit, but not of special distinction, until its fortunes culminated under the above-named Sir Bysshe.
Americas, United States of America, Somerset New Jersey
In 1697 Elizabeth Carteret (age 43) died at Somerset New Jersey.
Americas, United States of America, West Jersey New Jersey
Americas, United States of America, Essex County West Jersey New Jersey
Americas, United States of America, Essex County West Jersey New Jersey, Elizabethtown
In Dec 1682 Philip Carteret (age 43) died at Elizabethtown.