The compiling of this e-book is with no query as a result of curiosity within the heritage of the Lake kin of Southern New Jersey aroused through the once a year Reunions which have been held at Pleasantville for the prior ten or extra years. In 1912 the compilers released a pamphlet family tree facing the early generations. The favorable reception of this enterprise inspired them to hold at the paintings as a way to comprise a few newly chanced on facts of value and to incorporate later generations.
Only those that have performed comparable paintings can savour the hard work and hassle interested by such an venture, however the result's right here offered to the indulgence of the relatives. whether it is no longer the sufficient checklist of the lives and accomplishments of the kinfolk that the compilers was hoping may well outcome from the pamphlet prior to alluded to, it at the very least comprises a lot facts and lots of evidence of curiosity that may differently quickly fade from reminiscence and so be eternally misplaced. nobody should be so keenly conscious of the incompleteness and inadequacy of the paintings because the compilers. however the paintings has been with them a exertions of affection, and so they have performed what they can. They belief that no different apology or defence may be needed.
It is still for them to precise their appreciation to all who've helped by means of their hard work and tips within the work.
First, might be remembered these males to whom is due the credits for the starting place and the continuance of the yearly reunions. The Rev. Dr. S. Wesley Lake has been President from the start; the Rev. Dr. James E. Lake, Historian, and Mr. William Lake, Secretary. The paintings of the Rev. James E. Lake, specially in tracing the road again to William Lake, shouldn't be forgotten. His selection of information has been of no small information within the work.
Those whose labors were of maximum assist in gathering information were Mrs. plant life Lake Ryon, who, unfortunately, was once now not spared to work out the of completion of the paintings; Mrs. flowers (Risley) Champion, Mrs. Mary Bell (Lake) Gardiner, the Rev. W. Elwell Lake, Mrs. Ann C. Fleming, leave out Mattie Collins, and Mrs. Sophia
(Lake) Martin. in addition to those there have been others, actually too quite a few to say, who've helped in better or much less measure, and to whom is due the gratitude of all who locate the e-book useful.
To Mr. Simon Lake, greater than to the other one individual, probably, is due the credits for the current kind of the ebook. The compilers believe lower than the best legal responsibility to him for innumerable worthwhile feedback. He by myself made it attainable to incorporate the attractive replica of the coat of palms. He additionally advised the plan allowing the compilers to incorporate the illustrations, and ready the original chart that exhibits not just his personal ancestry, however the ancestry of many different individuals of the family.
The compilers belief that this publication will stimulate nonetheless additional curiosity within the beginning and historical past of the family—an curiosity that might bring about the invention of the English ancestry, to the crowning glory of the files of these branches of the kin that the plan of this paintings forbade us to track intimately, and to the understanding of the various ''lost" traces of descendants of William Lake.
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A genealogy of the Lake family of Great Egg Harbour in Old Gloucester County in New Jersey : descended from John Lade of Gravesend, Long Island