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American Revolutionary War Soldier flag  James  AMBERSON

  (b. July 1757Salem, Salem, New Jersey, USA   d. 26 May 1812Connequenessing Twp., Pennsylvania, USA )  

James AMBERSON was born July 1757 in Salem, Salem, Crown Colony of New Jersey. James AMBERSON was the child of Francis AMBERSON and Elizabeth JOHNSON

He married  Martha POWELL .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Martha POWELL  was born abt. 1754 in , Pennsylvania, USA .  She died 1838 in Wilkins Twp., Pennsylvania, USA .  She was the daughter of William POWELL and Agnes MYERS.

James AMBERSON died 26 May 1812 in Connequenessing Twp., Pennsylvania, USA.
New Jersey was named for the English Channel Island of Jersey in honor of Sir George Carteret (one of the two men to whom the land was originally given). (

Prior to 1687 - Crown Colony of New Jersey
1688 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1787 - Crown Colony of New Jersey
December 18, 1787 - New Jersey becomes 3rd U.S. state

Did You Know?America - Did you know? February 3, 1870 - Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution is ratified, giving blacks the right to vote.


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James AMBERSON married flag Martha POWELL-- Place: 
Martha POWELL was the daughter of William POWELL and Agnes MYERS

flag John AMBERSON (b.10 October 1785, Alleghany, Crown Colony of Pennsylvania  d. 18 February 1833, Butler, Pennsylvania, USA)

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1785 Birth of Child
John AMBERSON was born 10 October 1785, Alleghany, Pennsylvania, USA

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Old Union Presbyterian Church Butler County Pennsylvania, USA
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