|Alt names||Middleton||source: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS34004387|
|Located in||Monmouth, New Jersey, United States|
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- source: Family History Library Catalog
Middletown is an inhabited place, listed in Wikipedia
Middletown is one of the oldest sites of European settlement in New Jersey. It was established in 1664, after the English conquest of New Amsterdam; but there was unauthorized settlement before that. Several small historic cemeteries are in the area.
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- the Throckmorton-Lippit-Taylor Burying Ground
- Old First Church, 69 Kings Highway, founded 1688
- Christ Episcopal Church, 92 Kings Highway, established 1702
- Middletown Reform Church, 121 Kings Highway, chartered 1836
- All Saints Memorial Church, 202 Navesink Ave, opened 1864
- Penelope Stout was born in 1622 in Amsterdam, Noord, Holland, died in 1732 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey, English Colony, at age 110
- Richard Stout son of John Stout and Elsabeth Bee , was born in 1605 in Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire, England, died on 23 Oct 1705 in Middletown, Monmouth, N.J., at age 100
- Joseph Murray
- Clinton P. Heath was born a slave in 1852 in North Carolina and was the co-founder of the Clinton Chapel, A.M.E. Zion Church, on Red Hill Road.
- John Throckmorton Sr., from Providence, Rhode Island, died about 1684.
- Edward C. Burdge
- Melvin A. Rice
- John Stillwell
- Edward Taylor, Esq., was born August 20, 1712 and died January 18, 1783
- Richard Hartshorne