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Early Cedarbrook History and the Duble Family

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Early Cedarbrook History and the Duble Family

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Early Cedarbrook History and the Duble Family with Ron Pagano.

Monday, June 4, 2012
8:00 PM at the
Bud Duble Senior Center
33 Cooper Folly Road
Atco, NJ 08004
(Across from Winslow Township Middle School and next to library)

In 1800 most of Winslow Township was a “wilderness” consisting of cedar swamps and hardwood “uplands”. Into this wild country a young woodcutter from Burlington, Joshua Haines Duble, built a two room shack near a stream on the Long-A-Coming Indian trail about twenty miles from Camden in the settlement now known as Cedarbrook. Joshua married Sarah Phipher and on August 2, 1829 she gave birth to a son, John Roger Duble, who later purchased from the Coopers a huge area on land running from Williamstown Junction to Winslow, and containing almost all of what is today Winslow Township.

At 8:00 PM on Monday June, 4th following our regular business meeting, Ron Pagano, the fourth Great Grandson of Joshua Duble will talk about his family and their contribution to South Jersey history. Please join us for Ron’s presentation. Admission is free and light refreshments will be served.

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Historical Society of Winslow Township
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