Subject Headings Some ten years ago the author began the keeping of a scrap book of cape May county history, among other things, and this constant accumulation of facts resulted, about a year ago, in a determination on the part of the author to prepare a history of the county, which would portray its gradual dev… TRANSCRIBED BY JANICE BROWN, County Coordinator in 2006. It is now a part of Lower Township. These early whalers would set up watch towers along the barrier islands and the bay front and, when a whale was spotted, would launch a boat very similar to today’s life guard boats directly from the beach. Based on the joint rights granted by the Duke of York to Sir George Carteret and John, Lord Berkeley, New Jersey became a proprietary colony divided into two provinces, east and west. The old Lighthouse is always interesting to the visitor and will well repay for the energy expended in climbing to the observatory at the top, where a wonderful view is given of the ocean, bay and surrounding territory. Once whaling was over, the camps were abandoned until the next season. The Early Settlers. Within a few years, however, the Lenape felt the area was getting too crowded. He was the only member of his immediate family to settle in New Jersey. The present lighthouse was built in 1859. George Taylor, Jacob Dayton, John Shaw, Timothy Brandereth and John Crawford represented the County in 1697 Daughter of Early Settlers Remembered By Rachel Rogish; Dec 17, 2019 ... Cape May County Herald 3-11-2020. The Quakers and Presbyterians were soon followed by the Baptists, who settled in the central section of the county and established their church in Cape May Court House. resort: "Cape May Point, a place of natural beauty, the ocean meeting the bay, the rips, the setting sun, the cedars bending low from strong winds, their limbs trailing close to or upon the ground, the incoming and outgoing ships of all kinds and sizes, and that beautiful lake (Lake Lilly) for boating, skating, rowing, ice boating, with Amnon island for a landing place within its waters, the bridge across its eastern end with the mass of lilies and other flowers contrasting with the adjoining sand dunes, some wooded and others not; cottages in groves, and down upon all each night sines the great Cape May light, revolving, lighting the darkness, warning the sailor as well as acting as his guide, and beautifying Cape May Point and its surrounding waters.". This database indexes warrants and surveys of the Proprietors of the provinces of East and West New Jersey, in the years 1670-1727. It’... Cape May Court House - The Democrats have ALWAYS been saying, "we are not going to take your guns"! They hunted bison (yes, there were bison in New Jersey), and a much larger specie of deer than today’s, that roamed the area. With records available for almost 400 years of the state's history, your family is sure to be found in a variety of records available online and at the many archives and libraries located throughout the state. (who has edited, compiled and added new copyrighted text to same). When the county was established in 1692, the influence of the Quaker settlers and their belief of equality for all were reflected in the early laws. The 11 room Cresse Holmes house treats you to a glimpse of life as it was in Cape May County from colonial to modern times. Now, more than ever, communities need trustworthy reporting—but good journalism isn’t free. The first settlers who came were primarily Quakers and Presbyterians. You have permission to edit this article. Court records show they were treated equitably by the early settlers. Of course, once the English booted the Dutch out of the New Netherland Colony in 1674, that deed was no longer honored. Henry Hudson sailed up the Delaware River on the Half Moon in 1609. Detectives Conduct Death Investigation at Villas Residence, Pennsylvania Man Found Dead on Avalon Beach, Increase in Food Assistance Benefits for SNAP Recipients Expected, Deaths of Villas Couple Believed to be Murder-suicide, Plane Crash off Cape May Point Was a Suicide, NTSB Determines, Crest Man Faces Drug, Weapons Charges After Arrest in Wildwood, County Loses 4 to Covid; 101 New Cases Reported in 2-day Total, Blaze Caused by Fireworks Yields Roughly $5,000 in Damages to N. Wildwood Home, 310-seat Restaurant Proposed for Avalon Dunes, Cape May Court House - "A nation of sheep will beget a government of wolves" Edward R. Murrow. The area was first settled by Europeans in the early 1600s, and we were the third state to ratify the US Constitution. [Cedar Swamp Creek by Joyce Van Vorst, 1977]. The First Navigators - Royal Grants - Settlements of the Dutch, the Swedes end the English - New Jersey Established - Division of the Province into East and West Jersey. The Presbyterians settled along a large creek on the southern bayshore. however use of this text file, other than for personal use, is Many of the early settlers of Cape May County are laid to rest in its cemetery. Point, where he also built Beadle Memorial Chapel. We... Wildwood - Not over, not by a long shot. Although he anchored near Cape May Point and explored the area, there was never an attempt to settle the land. By the 1750’s, whaling was no longer a primary industry in the county as farming, timbering, fishing and ship building became more important sources of income. He married Elizabeth Riley of Cumberland County. NOTE: The Cape May County Herald is offering full coverage of the COVID-19 / coronavirus emergency to all, with no payment required. He shows up in the 1830, 1840, and 1850 Census in Cumberland County. [Cedar Swamp Creek by Joyce Van Vorst, 1977]. These families include Hewitt, Leonard, Edwards, Davis, Spicer, Leaming, Townsend, Whitlock, Richardson, Crawford, Dennis, Stillwell and Taylor. Indeed, it may be safely said that four-fifths of the land included in Cumberland County was covered by surveys before 1700. We are committed to ensuring our readers can make critical decisions for themselves and their families during this ongoing situation. Stevens, 1897. This circa 1909 photo of approximately Thirteenth and Beach Avenues looking east toward Cape May City, shows a glimpse of the torture spree. Will you be the next to find evidence of our early past? •  Template  •  County Coordinator: Laverne Tornow. A burial site was uncovered in Upper Township and several temporary camp sites were found in Lower Township, including one at the Cape May County Airport. When the last Ice Age ended over 10,000 years ago, the glaciers that covered northern New Jersey receded and the sea level began to rise. An early court case brought charges against a Lenape man who was accused of stealing a whale. of Sunset Drive at the edge of Delaware Bay. History as listed in part on Township of Lower Website>> and updated in 2018 by current President Dean A. Umscheid. The Lenape simply moved on into Salem County (now Salem and Cumberland Counties) and into Burlington County (now Burlington, Atlantic and Ocean Counties.) Edited by GET NJ, COPYRIGHT 2002. Cape May was discovered by Sir Henry Hudson in The Half Moon August 28, 1609. The coast of New Jersey was first explored by Giovanni da Verrazzano in 1524. East Jersey families involved in offshore whaling were among the first recorded settlers to move to the Cape in West Jersey. continued to be a borough until 1896. They were whalers who set up seasonal camps during the whaling season. He was appointed Postmaster General by President Harrison in 1889 and was visited by the President and family, where they expressed much appreciation of the attractions of the resort, that, through the efforts of Mr. Wanamaker and a few friends, a beautiful cottage was built and presented to the As it did, it pushed sand and dirt before it, creating the barrier islands. New Jersey is loaded with history, and some of … Stone points are often found along the bayshore and occasionally in plowed fields. Some stone artifacts that have been found in the county were made from stone found in northern New Jersey and as far west as central Pennsylvania, indicating a robust trading network among the Lenape tribes. Permission is granted solely to view these map images. This restored, 19th Century South Jersey Farming Village depicts life as it was in Cape May County in the mid 1800s. One of the places mentioned is in the area of Erma. Sir George Carteret, a governor of New Jersey, named the land New Jersey because Carteret had been the governor of the Isle of Jersey in the English Channel. Visiting Cape May is like travelling back in time a hundred years. When she died at a young age, her brother, whose real name was Manomie, stayed so he could help raise her children in the Lenape tradition. Discover the past of Cape May County on historical maps. The first permanent colony in the area of Cape May County was located In 1497, Vasco da Gama sailed along the whole coast of South Africa on his way to India, landed at St Helena Bay for 8 days, and made a detailed description of the area. EARLY SETTLERS SURNAMES for ATLANTIC COUNTY, NJ: If you have a family tree published on the internet, and would like it linked here, please send me the web site address. Their first contact was with the Dutch. Low 29F. "A letter to the Port Wardens of Philadelphia, dated November 12, 1785 Their first contact was with the Dutch. “The History of Cape May County” is the result of many years of research, and the author hopes that it will meet with the approbation of the public. It contains over 200 steps within its spiral stairway and is constructed of brick laid in cement mortar. A Lenape chief whom the English called King Nummy stayed behind. The men who came to this area were whalers from Long Island and New England. 1897, page 449. The Changing Landscape of Cape May County, New Jersey. In the 19th century, it was common for farmers plowing their fields in Upper, Middle and Lower Townships to turn up axe heads, points, nutting stones, fishing net sinkers and other artifacts. by Emil R. Salvini, Rutgers University Press- 1998) The first was economic. The Leaming and Yates Family (circa. The population was decimated by disease and culture clashes. Clear to partly cloudy. His sister had married a white minister, become a Christian and raised a family. From the 1704 colonial kitchen and loft bedroom to the Victorian dining and sitting rooms all are decorated and furnished with period pieces. Saccolepsis gibba was found on the shores of Lake Lily, at Cape May The written history of the Cape Colony in what is now South Africa began when Portuguese navigator Bartolomeu Dias became the first modern European to round the Cape of Good Hope in 1488. Later, English settlers changed the spelling to Cape May. The primary purpose of the Dutch East India Company was to establish trade with the Indians, setting up trading posts where the Dutch exchanged commodities such as iron pots for animal furs and skins. Primarily coming from the eastern end of Long Island and New England, they came to Cape May County for two primary reasons. Old maps of Cape May County on Old Maps Online. The original Indian Settlers were called Kechemeches. They built their first meeting house in the area of Beesley’s Point, but built the still standing, and still active, Seaville meeting house around 1704. It is planned to The current “Old Brick” Presbyterian Church in Cold Spring is a descendent of that original congregation, although not the original building. Its borough government, after 1890, became a matter of uncertainty, its final abandonment of local government being the outcome of the unconstitutionality of the law under which it existed. The named the creek New England Creek and called their settlement New England Town or Portsmouth. Support the Herald; Support Local Journalism, Coronavirus: Local Information and Coverage. Way; Sea Isle City, N.J.: Atlantic Printing and Publishing Co., 1930. north of Cape May Point on the shores of the Delaware Bay, between 1680 and 1710. The light of the revolving type, flashing every thirty seconds and can be seen twenty miles. Marcy, John Wanamaker, Dr. J. Newton Walker and Downs Edmonds. The First Baptist Church of Cape May in Cape May Court House is a descendent of that original Baptist congregation. Williamson in September 1905. Genealogy Resources in Cape May County, New Jersey Research in New Jersey can be an exciting and rewarding experience. When he testified that he had legally bought the whale, his testimony was accepted and the seller was arrested as the real thief. History of Townbank. No other permission to use the map images on these webpages is granted. When the Dutch governed Long Island, they tolerated all religions. Winds NNW at 5 to 10 mph.. Clear to partly cloudy. Historic Town Bank (aka New England Town, Portsmouth Town, and Falmouth) was the first settlement in New Jersey founded by Long Island and New England whalers around the year 1632, they settled on the sandy bluffs along the Delaware Bay shore. Moore Family The photos show what Cape May looked like in the early 1900’s when the city’s roads were unpaved and the railroads ruled. But in his book 1491:  New Revelations of the Americas before Columbus, Charles C. Mann presents evidence that by the time white settlers arrived, as much as 95% of the native people had been lost to European diseases, primarily smallpox, introduced by European explorer and fishermen who visited the east coast of America. The Quakers settled in the north eastern part of the county, building farmhouses and farming as well as whaling. Since the land was fertile and there was plenty of native wood to harvest, whaling soon became a less important source of income. Archaeological excavations have revealed some of the history of these people. Well, now that the Senate and house is Democratic controlled, Just watch what happens in the next 4 years. Posted on November 5, 2008 by Jance Brown  |, Copyright (c) 1996 — 2015 The NJGenWeb Project. restricted without written permission from the transcriber Early Legislative Acts 1693 The Cape May County Court for the trial of small causes erected 1694 Cape May County empowered to elect five representatives. There was one exception, however. Historical Maps courtesy of Rutgers Special Collections and Archives. These people were nomadic, trailing the game that they needed to survive. Two articles from the early issues of The Cape May County Magazine of History and Genealogy. (Photo courtesy of The Summer City by the Sea, An Illustrated History of Cape May, NJ. 29 May 1668: First meeting of the first General Assembly of New Jersey at Elizabethtown: 1673: Dutch recapture New York and New Jersey: 1674: Cession of New Netherlands to England – Treaty of Westminster: 1676 and 1687: Formal division into East and West Jersey : 3 Mar. About 2000 years ago, the Lenape came to the Jersey Cape. have boats leave every hour, making the New Jersey coast resorts easily accessible to the people of the South and affording a delightful sight-seeing trip over the waters of the bay, which together with the modern concrete roads at either terminus, will present to the tourist one of the most pleasing trips in all the world. 1790) & A bio of Rev. The discovery of Paleo points in the area is further evidence that these prehistoric people spent time here. Cape May Point was set off as a political division in 1878, and Many county roads today, including Route 9, Route 47, Breakwater Road in Lower Township, Indian Trail in Middle Township and Route 50 in Upper Township follow Lenape trails. Cape May County was still part of the English colonies, but far enough away from the seat of government for the settlers to practice their religion without interference and still feel that they were English citizens. They were often hired to work on the whaling boats and in building homes. Behind these islands, meadows with meandering creeks and small ponds, and wooded stands of oak and cedar attracted a variety of wildlife. Trumpsters are attracted to Trump because they thought he was their hero to avenge their grievances. Trump was, is and always will be a willfully ignorant buffoon. They established their congregation and built a church. During the season of 1891, the President established his executive office at Congress Hall in Cape May City, which was open from July 3, until September 15. Nummy Island is another purported burial place. The first Englishmen to arrive came in the late 1660’s, however, they were not settlers. The men who came to this area were whalers from Long Island and New England. These Indians lived in small villages and not only hunted and fished, but also harvested edible plants and acorns, which they ground into flour. Here the whaler could purchase almost 1000 acres for the same money. Winds NNW at 5 to 10 mph. Following that wildlife came prehistoric man. What we do know is that artifacts left behind by the earliest residents of the county are still turning up. Members of other religions were persecuted and often thrown in jail. John Wanamker had a handsome summer residence for many years at the Information located at http://www.rootsweb.com/~njcapema/ Once a whale was captured, it would be towed to shore to be processed. A letter (around 1800) that reflects on the reason for a Migration of some of Cape May County Residents to Clermont County Ohio. United States of America - This is sickening. They may have been numerous. (Stevens History of Cape May County.). It wasn’t until the late 1680’s that English immigrants came who would stay. The Dutch East India Company never established any posts in Cape May County, however. Is “King Nummy’s” grave somewhere in Lower Township or Middle Township? ... men. Many people know the story of Henry Hudson’s “discovery” of Cape May and of Cornelius Jacobson Mey’s exploring the area and naming it after himself. It has an electric light works, a water plant, four or five hotels, several boarding houses, a public school, a Baptist, a Catholic and an Episcopal Church. We recently noticed many old postcards appearing on a Cape May fan page on Facebook. Surveys for Helby and John Bellers, creditors of Billing, living in England, covered most of Fairfield. In 1622 Cornelius Jacobsen Mey sailed for the Dutch aboard the Glad Tiding to the Delaware Bay and New York. By the time the white settlers arrived in Cape May County, there were only a few small clans remaining. The early Quaker settlers in New Jersey "bought" the land from the Lenni-Lenape. COPIES OF … In a short time, houses were built and the townspeople were farming outlying areas. CAPE MAY COUNTY. -- It is not likely that they understood the concept, but still, at least for their time. Source: "An historical tour of Cape May County, New Jersey," by Julius This is probably because the first Quaker community was Burlington, even before Philadelphia, so new NJ Quaker settlers deliberately chose West Jersey over East. Trump has not only created the greatest divide in the US since the Civil War but has also enabled corrupt politicians on both sides to further the divide within our government. The proceeds from one whale would buy a house and lot on Long Island. The second reason was religious freedom. Manomie died in Cape May County and the place of his burial has been debated for almost 300 years. We wrap up the news from the Shore you love, and deliver it to your inbox, weekly. Mayflower Pilgrim descendants in Cape May County, New Jersey : memorial of the three hundredth anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, 1620-1920; a record of the Pilgrim descendants who early in its history settled in Cape May County, and some of their children throughout the several states of the union at the present time For more coverage, subscribe to our daily newsletter. The first permanent colony in the area of Cape May County was located north of Cape May Point on the shores of the Delaware Bay, between 1680 and 1710. From: The history of Cape May County, New Jersey, from the aboriginal times to the present day, by Lewis T. Stevens; Cape May City, N.J.: There were, after all, over 900 white residents by 1700. Not many people, though, know the story of the earliest people who were in Cape May County. President, Cape May Point becoming the Summer Capital during the season of 1890. Although there were numerous farms, they never founded an actual town. Situated between Route 9 and Seashore Road in Cold Spring is Historic Cold Spring Village. The landing of the Cape May-Lewes ferry will be here. As the game they hunted moved on, so did the hunters, leaving just a trace of their stay. The history of Cape May County, New Jersey : from the aboriginal times to the present day by Stevens, Lewis Townsend, 1868-Publication date 1897 Topics Cape May County (N.J.) -- History, Cape May County (N.J.) -- Biography Publisher Cape May City, N.J. : … Cape May Point (formerly Sea Grove) is situated at the western extremity By the time the white settlers arrived in Cape May County, there were only a few small clans remaining. Point by Mr. C.S. View our print e-Edition publication online here! They treated the natives much more humanly then most. He entered Delaware Bay, subsequently called South Bay and anchored a few miles north of Cape May Point, spending a day in exploring the Cape. Once the English took over, they were not very accepting of any religions outside the Church of England. The original source of this information is in the public domain, We will probably never know. Please support the Herald's journalism by subscribing or making a contribution. 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