Mr. Bush is seldom wrong but in this case he got steered in the wrong direction. I corrected his path in the footnotes.
Faded Old Paper Tells Little About Benjamin Tyson’s Mill
But Search by Mr. Bush Discloses Location of the Property
Records Meager on Miller
by Egbert T. Bush, Stockton, N.J.,
published in the Hunterdon Co. Democrat, November 7, 1935
A faded old paper, the original of a road survey made in 1770, was handed to me by my friend, Isaac L. Kipp three years ago. Since that time much effort has been made to locate that road and the mills mentioned as well as to learn about the life and activities of Benjamin Tyson. My success has not been altogether satisfactory, but many interesting things have been found. The beginning of the road, simply in the middle of the “great Road Leading from Benjamin Tyson’s Mill to John Ringoes,” left much guessing to be done. The following is a careful copy of the interesting old paper: Continue reading »