Any information on the Pine family from Nj

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Researching Jonathan and Lazarus Pine in NJ.  Jonathan could be my 4th Great Grandfather and Jacob Lazarus my 5th.
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John Pein, New Jersey Births and Christenings, 1660-1980

Birth 6 May 1876 at Jersey City, NJ

Parents are Jacob and Maggie Pein
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John Pine, New Jersey State Census, 1885

Jersey City, District 02, Hudson, New Jersey

Male age range 20-60 years

Others in the household: Margaret Pine, Annie Pine, Mary Pine, and James Pine.
I'm interested in Jonathan Pine 1661-1694, and Abigail Carmen 1670, and Jonathan Pine, 1687-1733, and Phebe, 1689-1731,I'm interested in Jacob Lazarus from 1715-1796 married to Mary Wood.  Also a Jonathan Pine, 1747-1813 married to Elizabeth1717, then a John Pine from 1801-1881.

Researchers get mixed up with Lazarus Pine Sr. and Lazarus Pine Jr.  Sr. seems to have married twice each time to a woman named Mary.  All his children are by Mary Wood although he was with a Mary Brush as a second wife and she was the widow of James Pine.  Lazarus Pine Sr  founded the church in Blackwood NJ.  But his son became a schoolmaster in philadelphia and married Deborah Flaningham.  He was a captain of the Philadelphia City Calvary and died during the Revolutionary war leaving no children. Lazarus Pine lived at least 18 years beyond the death of  his elodest son leaving  Jonathan to inherit his property on Timber Creek.  His other sons John, James, and George all moved West.  Could I be connected?  I have a tree on Latter Day Saints framilysearch.org, and there is a possibility.
You may want to see what familysearch.org information there is on Jonathan Pine 1661-1694. It's a free site with extensive information.

Another free site is surnamedb.com They have a history of the Pine surname. ...variant spellings include Pyne, Pine and Pinn and is of Anglo-Saxon and Old French origin...

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