Richard T. Irwin, A History: The Religious Society of Friends of Randolph Township. A.R.B.O.R., American Revolution Bicentennial Observance Randolph [NJ], 1973 is a study of the Mendham/Randolph New Jersey Quaker community. This work includes information of interest to both historians and genealogists. Of particular interest to genealogists will be the material in the appendices.
Richard Irwin is historiographer of the Friends Meeting House and Cemetery Association of Randolph Township, New Jersey. This copy of the manuscript is posted with permission of the author.
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Richard T. Irwin, A History: The Religious Society of Friends of Randolph Township. A.R.B.O.R., American Revolution Bicentennial Observance Randolph, 1973.