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 Josiah Albertson

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Josiah Albertson

  • Birth 24 Mar 1741 Abington, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Death 12 Jul 1827 Blue Anchor, Camden County, New Jersey, USA
  • Burial Camden County, New Jersey, USA
  • Plot Back Row, Grave 6,
  • Memorial ID 67740920

He was the son of Benjamin Albertson and Sarah Walton and one of 8 children.

About 1766 Josiah married Ann Chew who was the daughter of Thomas Chew and Mary Wood. Together they had the following children:
Sarah, 7 Mar 1767
Mary, 13 Sep 1768, m. John Ware Jr., d. 4 Jan 1845 Pyrmont, OH
Josiah, 12 Oct 1770, d. 4 Oct 1859
Nehemiah, 4 Jul 1773
Rebecca, 4 Jun 1775
Aaron, 16 Sep 1777
Thomas, 7 Apr 1779
Hannah, Mar 1782

The family lived their lives in Gloucester Co., NJ.

Josiah served as a Private during the Revolutionary War in Captain Maddox's Company, 1780, as a member of the Gloucester Township and County Militia, NJ. (DAR National Nbr 456661. He is listed in the "Notes on Old Gloucester County", p. 29 next to John Ware [Sr] whose son (John Ware Jr.) married Josiah's daughter Mary Albertson.

Josiah's death date was obtained from cemetery records at Gloucester County Historical Society. It states he died 12 Jul 1827 age 86Y 3M 18D. This calculates to a birth date of 24 Mar 1741.

Josiah's gravestone is almost unreadable. Some time ago it broke off at the base and fell over. Its in the last row of the cemetery next to his wife's stone which has also broken off.

Bio written by Rich Ware


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  • Maintained by: Rich Ware
  • Originally Created by: Horace Reven
  • Added: 1 Apr 2011
  • Find A Grave Memorial 67740920
  • Sandy Triem
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Josiah Albertson (24 Mar 1741–12 Jul 1827), Find A Grave Memorial no. 67740920, citing Shreve's Cemetery, Camden County, New Jersey, USA ; Maintained by Rich Ware (contributor 47399261) .