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Estaugh, Elizabeth Haddon (25 May 1680–30 March 1762), regarded as the founder of Haddonfield, New Jersey, was born in Southwark (now part of London), England, the daughter of John Haddon, a prosperous blacksmith and anchor maker, and Elizabeth Clarke. The Haddons were members of the Society of Friends, and John Haddon was fined at least twice for his religious beliefs. In 1698 he purchased land in Gloucester County, West New Jersey, from Richard Mathews. In the same year he bought an additional five hundred acres of land in Gloucester County from Thomas Willis. These properties were probably intended to be both investments and a haven from religious persecution for him and his family, but John Haddon never occupied the land himself....