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Mary Shaughnessy Bayonne Died Dec 19, 1942 estate
Jersey Journal
Jersey City, New Jersey
September 25, 1943 - Page 8
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Anna T. Callahan to serve 5 yrs 1946
Trenton Evening Times
Trenton, New Jersey
April 22, 1946 - Page 1
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Marian Callahan to wed Charles Howarth 1947
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Trenton, New Jersey
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John P. Callahan Sr. Obit 1947
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New Jersey newspaper archives are a critical resource in tracing your ancestors and New Jersey genealogy. Our collection of New Jersey newspaper archives include full publications from over 20 major cities in New Jersey with obituaries, announcements, and historical articles to help you discover details of your ancestors.

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New Jersey Genealogy in Newspaper Archives

As one of the first 13 colonies, New Jersey and our ancestors living in the state played an active role in the development of American history. In 1776, New Jersey became one of the founding states of the newly independent United States of America. By 1779, New Jersey representatives signed the first American constitution, The Articles of Confederation. Can you trace your ancestry back to Colonial America? Uncover untold stories and details in historical newspaper articles published in New Jersey local and state newspapers. 

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