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Gloucester Township, New Jersey, USA
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Gloucester Township, Camden, New Jersey, USA

Gloucester Township was formed on June 1, 1695, while the area was still part of Gloucester County. It was incorporated as one of New Jersey's first 104 townships by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on February 21, 1798. It became part of the newly created Camden County upon its formation on March 13, 1844.wikipedia


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News  1859 - THE LATE STORM IN GLOUCESTER COUNTY, N.J. LOSS OF LIFE AND DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY.
We learn that the terrible storm of Wednesday evening was particularly destructive in Gloucester, N.J. It began in the vicinity of Glassboro at about 7 1/ 2 o'clock. The wind blew a perfect tornado, and lasted until after nine o'clock. The house of THOMAS C. WOODROW, about two miles from Glassboro,...Read MORE...


News  1892 - FIERCE EASTERN CYCLONE. TWO MEN KILLD AND BUILDINGS WRECKED IN NEW JERSEY. A DWELLING CRUSHED BENEATH A FLYING STRUCTURE - HEAVY WINDS AND RAIN TO THE SOUTH - CONNECTICUT CROPS DAMAGED.
GLOUCESTER, N. J., June 30. - At 1:20 this afternoon a windstorm of cyclonic character struck this city from the southwest, doing great damage to property and killing two persons and injuring three others severely.

The killed are:
PATRICK HIGHLANDS, aged fifty years, of Philadelphia.
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News  1899 - KILLED AT GRADE CROSSING. TROLLEY CAR RUN DOWN, ONE LIFE LOST, 15 SEVERELY AND 15 SLIGHTLY INJURED.
Camden, N. J., Sept. 8. - A bad grade crossing accident at Gloucester City this evening resulted in one death, the severe injury of fifteen persons, and the slight injury of fifteen others, all trolley passengers.

The dead:
NEUNSICHWARD, ANNIE, 814 Butterworth Street, Philadelphia.

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News  1911 - TRAIN KILLS FREEHOLDER
GLOUCESTER, N. J., Nov. 8. - Thomas Cunningham, member of the Board of Freeholders of Gloucester County, was struck and instantly killed by an express train at the Pennsylvania Railroad crossing in Westville, his home, today.
Trenton Evening Times
Trenton, New Jersey
November 8, 1911
Added: 3/7/2014 9:04:53 PM - 1  Updated: 11/23/2017 9:06:33 PM - 1

1916
Gloucester, a township of Camden co., N.J. Pop. in 1900, 4018. See also Gloucester City.

Gloucester City, a banking city of Camden co., N.J., on the Delaware River and on the Atlantic City and the West Jersey and Seashore Rs., 3 miles S. of Camden. It has extensive manufactories of oottons and...Read MORE...




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