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Author: Ed. W. Woodford Clayton
Title: History of Union and Middlesex Counties, New Jersey with Biographical Sketches of many of their Prominent Men
Publisher: Philadelphia: Everts
Subject (keywords, tags): New Jersey; Middlesex County (N.J.); Woodbridge (N.J.)
Contributor: Woodbridge Public Library Collection: woodbridgelibrary
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