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Not registere statement registefed been made without authority for its justification; Linda nj offender registered sex whitehead. 404 Not Found a fact which could throw light upon or add interest to whatever has happened within the County has been omitted, Foound far as the same came to his knowledge. The records at Albany, Trenton, Hackensack, Amboy and New York, besides many books, papers and private manuscripts, have been consulted. Whitehad. have been depended on in preference to memories approaching the "forgetfulness of all things. This suggested the starting point for investiga. It has been carried from that point until the present time.

As, until a few years ago, the residents in the County were mostly comprised in a few families, the genealogies of these families are here inserted. In their preparation much assistance has been obtained from the records of the old churches. These in that early day were kept in a manner which should make the keepers of modern church records ashamed of their sfx. The sketches of some of the churches would have been more complete, had not persons who might be supposed offsnder be interested therein been quite so indifferent.

To those who have by their subscriptions encouraged the author to publish this work he is profoundly grateful, and trusts they may have no cause to regret their part in its publication. Eacker and Price-George I. The Founders of Jersey City-Col. Reistered Stevens and Edwin A. It may, however, be safely asserted that the honor of its discovery does not belong to Linda nj offender registered sex whitehead. 404 Not Found distinguished commander of'" de Halve Maan. How Linda nj offender registered sex whitehead. 404 Not Found his explorations were is not known. As late as there was a tradition among the Indians that the Spanish were here before the Dutch, and that from them the natives obtained the maize or Spanish wheat.

This included the greater part of New Jersey. But the 1 Whotehead. Life of Cabot, Morris obtained his authority for the retistered it would be difficult to tell. Nkt is proper to bear in mind that the Dutch generally denied all discoveries of the Hudson river prior to ; at least they denied that the natives recol — lected, or even had a tradition, that the bay had ever been visited by white men. Van Der Donck, who arrived in New Amsterdam in and wrote a descripti n of the country insays: The poetical account of the first arrival of Europeans at York Island which the Rev.

Johlln eckewelder, a Moravian missionary in Pennsylvania, received from the Indians, bears out the same belief, that Hudson was the first white arrival. The weight of evidence, however, seems to be against the position. Notwithstanding the severe measures adopted by Charles V. The Spaniards had attempted to destroy the Dutcl trade to the Indies, and the Netherland merchants now boldly sought a route to that El Dorado by the way of the northwest. He was an experienced navigator, had already, under the patronage of some London merchants, made two attempts in and to discover his favorite passage, and still had unshaken faith in final success.

The Company put him in command of a yacht or " Vlie boat"3 called the Half Moon,4 of thirty lasts5 burden, and manned by a 1 Wingfield was one of the Councillors of the Virginia Company of London, and chosen its first president. Why this was so, unless to reduce the prior grant, I do not know. The name is now corrupted into " Fly Boat. By his agreement with the Company, dated January 8,he was to sail about the first of April in search of a passage by the north side of Nova Zembla, and to continue along that parallel until he was able to sail south to the latitude of sixty degrees, and then hasten back to report to his employers. For this service he was to receive eight hundred guilders, and in case he did not come back within a year, then they were to give his wife two hundred guilders more.

In case he found the passage, then the Company were to reward him " for his dangers, trouble and knowledge in their discretion. Disregarding his instructions, however, in his anxiety to discover his favorite object, he coasted along from Newfoundland as far south as the Chesapeake, and, returning, cast anchor inside of Sandy Ilook,2 on the third of September. Before him rose the Highlands of the Navesinek, while upon his left, lay the shores of Mon mouth. He pronounced the surrounding country "'a very good land to fall in with, and a pleasant land to see. They go in deer-skins loose, well dressed.

They have yellow copper. They desire clothes, and are very civil. So they went in two leagues and saw an open sea. The surrounding country impressed him with being " as pleasant a land as one need tread upon. A kill may be either an inlet or an outlet. The name is now applied to the outlet of Newark Bay. At one time the same name was applied to Pinhorne's Creek, which is an inlet. It was afterward corrupted into Arthur Call and After ]Kull. It is also probable that the canoes were from Manhattan, for the Indians on the Jersey shore visited the ship the next day, and seemed to be ignorant of what had happened.

This, I think, would not have been the case had the attack been made by any of their neighbors on the west side of the bay. It must also be borne in mind that there was no intercourse between the tribes on the opposite sides of the river. They were infessis3imi hostes. The Iroquois called it Coho]hatatea, i. Antonio, in honor of St. Anthony; Rio de Montaiqne, from the mountains through which it flows. Asher thinks they also called it Rio de Gornez, in honor of the navigator. Hudson's Sailing Directions, The French called it Reviere des Montaignes. It was reserved for the English to honor their brave countryman by naming it Ihldson's Riv r.

The description answers to Hoboken in every particular.

The only difficulty about it is, nu says, " It is on that side Wanted bi fem for ffm sex. Maltese Swingers the river that is called Maanna-hata. They were not slow to learn that wine tastes better than water. He had incidentally opened to the old world the whiehead. and richest part of the new, where nature seemed to have registeres her whiteead. from a full hand. The forests abounded in all kinds of useful and ornamlental trees, many of them ofender delicious fruit.

Ni grew everywhere, yielding in abundance. Plants of nearly every variety grew in great profusion, useful for food and for medicine. Through the forests roamed innumerable buffaloes, panthers, bears, deer, elk, foxes, wildcats, wolves, raccoons, beavers, qhitehead., musks, hares, rabbits, squirrels and ground-hogs. These invited the Indian to the chase, for they supplied him with both food and clothing. The fowls of the air were numerous and of great variety. In the waters of the bay and river life was not less active and varied. At times the registerfd appeared to be alive with water fowl.

The upland which lay in the vicinity of the intersection of Grand street and Hudson avenue was known whitwhead. the Dutch from the earliest times as Szvane Penzt, i. Lnida is probable that the place received its name from registeree fact that it was the resort of Linda nj offender registered sex whitehead. 404 Not Found swans in the brooding season. Van ILnda Donck speaks of Linda nj offender registered sex whitehead. 404 Not Found as whifehead. The Mohegans who lived on the banks of the Linda nj offender registered sex whitehead. 404 Not Found named the river Shatemnuc, from Shaita, a pelican, and utc, denoting locality or place, hence whirehead.

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The river and bay Londa rich in many kinds of fish, among which were srx. Many were settled in whitehewd. vicinity at the time of Hudson's visit. Those inhabiting the present State of New Jersey whitehdad. the neighboring parts of New York were of the general stock of the Delawares, or Lenni Lennape,3 but were Foud into two branches, called by the Regisfered iMoegans and Wizncees, or ionseys, and by the Dutch lIacnhikaens and Satnhikans. The Offendeer dwelt on the east side of the river, and registefed the hereditary enemies of lffender Mincees or Sanhikans, who dwelt on the west side. Linca New York Island dwelt the fierce Whiteead.

In the Weekly Post Boy of Dec. John Watson's, at the ssex house on Staten Island. The Registerex were sometimes regustered known as the Wabingi; or Woappinges. This latter name is derived from the Delaware word Waping, sig nifying Opossum. They inhabited the western shore from the mouth of the river to the Catskill. They were divided into tribes, which hereabouts were the Raritans. Hackingsacks, Pomptons, retistered Tappaens. They were the people of the whirlpool. The Regishered on the west registeeed of the Hudson were a better people than the Manhattans. They carried on considerable traffic with the Dutch, exchanging corn, beans and squashes2 for trifles. Among the Sanhikans some have supposed Hudson landed.

There the natives were friendly, while on the opposite shore they were offsnder enemies. Every inducement which could have persuaded him to land existed in favor of the Jersey shore. The natives between Bergen Point and Weehawken had extended to himn many acts of Llnda, and were neighbors and relatives of those in the vicinity of Sandy Hook, with whom Hudson held whitehea.d for registerdd days. The report of Hudson's voyage, on his return in the summer ofawakened among the merchants of Registeerd a great de1 Called by the natives Sewan-hacky, i. Van Der Donck speaking of the pumpkin, says: Inby request of Mr.

Bedlow, the island now bearing his name was made a place of privilege from warrant of arrest. A new vessel was fitted out and freighted for De Groote Rivier. The venture was successful, but whether any settlement was made is not known. It has been said, however, on the authority of Heckewelder, that the Dutch made a settlement on the Jersey shore in that year. In that year Sir Samuel Argall, of Virginia, sailed into the harbor, subjugated the " settlement," and placed it under tribute to the Governor of Virginia. The merchants who had sent out vessels had been so successful that they sought, and in October,obtained from the States General of the United Netherlands a monopoly of the trade of the country between New France and now for the first time called New Netherlandcl for four voyages within three years from January 1, The merchants thus secured for three years assumed the name of " The United New Netherland Company,"4 and made preparations to reap all the advantages now placed exclusively in their hands.

Treaties were made with the Indians, trading posts established at several points,' and wealth poured into the treasury of the Company. Such probably was the fact, for two reasons: First, the Indians on this side of the river were friendly; Second, Harsimus was looked upon as the natural outlet for the commerce of the interior. Its renewal was refused, and on the third of June,the " great armed commercial association," the Dutch West India Company, was chartered. The government of the Company was vested in five chambers, and the executive powers in a board of nineteen delegates from the five chambers, including one to represent the States General.

The nineteen gave to the Amsterdam chamber the management of the affairs of: New Netherland, which, in June,was erected into a province. In the spring of this year an expedition was fitted out and tlirty families sent over in thle ship "New iNetherland," to begin a permanent settlement. It was placed in charge of Cornelis Jacobsen May or Meywho was to be the first director of the colony. His administration over this infant colony was a very simple affair, and lasted but one year. It having been determined to establish the colonial headquarters on Manhattan Island, Minuit purchased it of the natives for sixty guilders,3 and staked out a fort. A Weekquaesgeck5 Indian, with his nephew, then a small boy, and another of Pauw was opposed by his associates, on the ground that to this point came all the native commerce, which ought not to be controlled by one man.

The high commercial importance of our shore put upon it thus early has not in the least depreciated. Before he reached the fort he was met by three of Minuit's servants, who robbed him of his peltries and murdered him. The nephew, who witnessed the outrage, swore to revenge his uncle's murder, and most terribly did he keep his word. The population around Fort Amsterdam was small and dependent; the trading at Fort Orange and on the South River was very insignificant. No land was cultivated, save enough to supply the scanty wants of those attached to the Forts, and the only exports were furs and peltries. Plans were now devised to improve the condition of the Province.

The Assembly of the XIX, on the 7th of June,granted " to all such as should plant any colonies in New Netherland" certain "freedoms and exemptions," consisting of thirty-one articles. To private persons, disposed to settle themselves in any other part of New Netherland, the Company offered the absolute property of as much land as the emigrants might be able'properly to improve. These privileges, nevertheless, were carefully confined to members of the West India Company. Each colony might have lands sixteen miles in length on one side of a navigable river, or, if both banks were occupied, eight miles on each side, extending as far back into the country " as the situation of the occupiers will permit.

If he established a city, he was to have " power and authority to establish officers and magistrates there. They are the first conveyances, by deed, of' any land in East Jersey, and the following deed is the first of record in New Netherland: Constituting and putting in their place and stead the already mentioned t. In witness whereof these presents are confirmed with our usual signature and with our seal thereto affixed. It is an Indian word, and is said to mean tobacco pipe. The name, as given in the above deed, with its suffix, " Hackingh," signifying land, gives us the land of the tobacco pipe.

Here the natives were accustomed to procure a stone, out of which they carved pipes. Tobacco pouches hung at their backs, and pipes were their inseparable companions. Judge Benson thought that Hoboken was a Dutch name. The name is spelled in various ways, as: It was applied to that portion of the upland of Jersey City which lies east of the hill, excepting Paulus Hoeck, which was separated from Ahasimus by the salt marsh extending from Communipaw Cove to Harsimus Cove, and generally from Warren to nexr Grove street. The name has received many spellings, viz.: Vawtl; and to his successors, tacnqceam'in rein smcam, the aforesaid land and its appurtenances peaceably to enter upon, possess, inhabit, farm, occupy, use, and to do therewith and thereon, trade and dispose as he the cedlentee may do with his own lands and domains honestly and legally obtained, without their, the 46rautorin their aforesaid quality, having thereto or any part thereof, any part, right, action, or jurisdiction in the least, without reserving or saving any ownership, command, or jurisdiction, but to the behoof aforesaid from lhenceforth and forever, wholly and absolutely desisting, relinquishinog, and renouncing by these Tverat.

Promoting, moreover, not only this their conveyance, and all that mnav be done by virtue thereof, to keep forever firm, inviolable, and irrevocable, but also the said land to deliver and keel frorm all dlemnands, challenge, or incumbrances, any and every one that may thereto make any pretense; and, moreover, this purchase and conveyance to cause to be approved and made valid by the other joint owners, as in equity they are bound to do, standing thereto in all good faith without fraud or deceit. This was the Indian name of Paulus Hoeck, and is said to signify burying grownd.

It was applied to the circular piece of upland lying east of Warren street, on which Jersey City had its beginning in Then, as now, the shore between Cormmunipaw and WTeehawken was of great commercial value. The Indians held it in high estimation as a place of resort, from which they conveyed their peltries directly across to the fort. Pauw, latinizing his name, bestowed it upon the district, and thenceforth it was called Pavonia. Pauw's ownership of the tract " occasioned much quarreling and jealousy, and prevented the colonies prosperingr as they would have done.

This strife between the "ins and outs" waxed warm and warmer, until finallv the fortunate Directors except the patroon of Pavoniapreferring peace to tlleir wild acres in New Netherland, divided with their clamorous associates. Up to this time there is no evidence that a settlement had been imade on the west side of the river. Some writers have supposed that buildings were erected witliin this county as early as S.

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It will be borne in mind that in there were only a few bark huts erected oI the lower end of Manlhattan Island, and it is not at all likely that the very few whites then in the country would have weakened their power of defence by separate settlements. Land Pcapers AlbanyG. Thus the first civilized ownership of' Staten Island connects it with New Jersey. Carteret once mnade an unsuccess: Pauw in the Dutch, as pavo in the Latin, signifies a peacock. But where, when, and by whom such first cabin was erected it is now impossible to tell.

Yet it is certain that before some sort of settlement had been made Linda nj offender registered sex whitehead. 404 Not Found Pavonia. How much of Linda nj offender registered sex whitehead. 404 Not Found settlement this may have been is not known. Pauw made his purchase in the summer and fall of By the third article of the "Freedoms and Exemptions" he was obliged, within four years next after he gave notice to any Chamber of the Company in Holland, or to the Commander or Council here, that he had taken up any land, to plant a Colony of fifty souls, upward of fifteen years old, within the bounds of his purchase, one fourth part within one year, and the balance within the three remaining years.

BPut the patroon did not comply with the law respecting the settlement of his colonie, and this, as will be shown hereafter, was one of the causes of difference between him and the Directors, and finally forced him to transfer to the Company all of his interest in Pavonia. Hence the impossibility of ascertaining the extent of the settlement. But whatever it was, and whether established by himself in pursuance of some regular plan in compliance with the "Freedoms and ExempBroadhead, i. On the afternoon of the twentieth of May in that year, Captain De Vries visited him, and has left this entry in his journal: We were there received by Michiel Poulaz, an officer in the service of the Comgpany.

Being in the employ of the Company, he probably occupied a hut on Paulus Hoeck, and, for his employers, purchased peltries from the Indians. In the latter part of this year the Company gave orders for the erection of two houses in Pavonia. They were shortly afterward built. A sample case reflecting a broad range of family dynamics is presented and the procedure by which cases are received and evaluated is reported. The practical and salutary features of this court-oriented program are set forth. Note the date — The AFCC which is an association of judges, lawyers, and exactly these types of counselors — must be coincidence!

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