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|2||Frederick Frelinghuysen (senator)||68|
|3||John Cleves Symmes||56|
|11||James Cox (Representative)||16|
|13||Philip Johnston (New Jersey)||10|
|14||Robert Patterson (educator)||9|
|15||John Mott (captain)||9|
|17||Thomas Henderson (New Jersey)||less than 5 views|
|18||James Francis Armstrong||less than 5 views|
People from New Jersey who fought in units on the British side are categorized under Category:Loyalists in the American Revolution.
People from New Jersey who fought in the Continental Army are listed in Category:Continental Army officers or Category:Continental Army soldiers. Some soldiers served in the Continental Army and the New Jersey militia; they should be listed in both categories.
The following 17 pages are in this category, out of 17 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).