Archives: Browse Manuscript Groups 201-300

201 Symmes Tract 1787 1792
202 George Smock (1754-1836), Farmer 1786 1836
203 Newark Police Department, First Precinct, Newark, NJ 1881 1881
204 Joseph Savage (b. 1756), Revolutionary soldier and Justice of the Peace 1787 1791
205 Lincoln and Johnson Club of the Third Ward, Newark, NJ 1864 1864
206 Everett Union, Newark, N. J. 1821 1865
207 Beach, Elias, merchant 1864 1886
208 Ichabod C. Nettleship (1832-1886), Secret Service investigator 1864 1886
209 Medical Society of New Jersey 1715 1743
210 Surveyor’s Journals 1736 1736
211 Alexander, James, lawyer 1803 1826
212 Van Houten Gerrebrandt, jurist 1891 1892
213 Sales Book 1783 1817
214 Institutio Legalis 1831 1871
215 Mechanic’s National Bank of Newark 1831 1871
216 Captain Thomas Patterson’s Second Company, Third New Jersey Continental Regiment 1776 1778
217 East Jersey Quitrents 1685 1696
218 Mansfield Township, NJ 1697 1777
219 Newark Records / John Ogden, Jr. (1743-1815) / Stone Carting Records 1714 1813
220 Elisha Cooke (1716/17-1799), Farmer 1745 1799
221 Calvin Green (1765-1847), farmer 1790 1846
222 Francis Barber (1750-1783), Revolutionary War officer 1779 1779
223 Continental Artillery Brigade 1779 1779
224 7th Rifle Regiment of the Pennsylvania Line / Patton’s Additional Regiment 1776 1802
225 Continental Army Artillery Regiment 1782 1782
226 First New Jersey Continental Regiment 1777 1778
227 Jersey Brigade 1780 1780
228 Alexander Scammell (1747-1781), Adjutant General in the Continental Army 1780 1780
229 The New Jersey State Troops 1781 1786
230 Nathaniel Heard’s Brigade, New Jersey Militia 1776 1782
231 Tuttle, Timothy, Revolutionary War officer 1775 1776
232 William Barton (fl. 1776-1779), Continental Army officer 1779 1779
233 Jabez Campfield (1737-1821), Military surgeon 1779 1822
234 William S. Pennington (1757-1826), Revolutionary War Soldier 1780 1781
235 Van Kirk, James, surveyor 1813 1815
236 Transferred to MG 81
237 New York and New Jersey Boundary Dispute Manuscript Collection 1663 1865
238 “A Short Account of the Discovery and Grants of New Jersey…” n. d. n.d.
239 Colony of New Jersey: Samuel Smith (1720-1776), Treasurer of the Western Division 1762 1774
240 Johnson, Jotham T. 1823 1825
241 Newark Bay Draw 1871 1873
242 William Pierson (1796-1882), Sheriff of Essex County 1850 1859
244 Paris Ferdinand John, lawyer, agent for the East Jersey Proprietors 1636 1838
245 New Jersey Constitutional Convention of 1844 1844 1844
246 Essex Brigade of Militia 1807 1822
247 Thomson, Jacob Stern 1765 1844
248 N. Norris Halsted (1816-1884) and Nancy Marsh Halsted (1817-1891) 1817 1891
249 Canfield-Dickerson Family (Morris County, NJ) 1738 1928
250 Wilde, Edward S., lawyer 1896 1905
251 Grant, Gabriel, Civil War physician 1861 1907
252 Amzi Dodd (1793-1838), Lawyer 1785 1840
253 Gaston, John Frederick 1868 1868
254 Benjamin Smith (fl. 1788-1792), Justice of the peace 1788 1792
255 Henry Clay Fish (fl. 1841-1873), Baptist minister 1841 1873
256 Joseph Clark (1751-1813), Revolutionary War officer 1777 1783
257 Second Dragoon Regiment, Continental Army 1782 1783
258 Lawrence, John, surveyor 1743 1839
259 Philadelphia Baptist Association, Philadelphia, PA 1755 1828
260 Veteran Reserve Corps 1863 1864
261 Franklin Association, Newark, NJ 1810 1813
262 Essex County, New Jersey Tax Office 1772 1780
263 Wickes, Stephen, physician, historian 1860 1892
264 Newark, New Jersey Census 1826 1826
265 Newark, New Jersey Voting registers 1812 1854
266 Newark, NJ 1817 1850
267 Newark, NJ 1666 1836
268 East Jersey “Concessions and Agreement” 1664 1664
269 Church at Danville, Danville, NJ 1831 1867
270 Lyons Farms Baptist Church, Newark, NJ 1866 1887
271 Clinton Avenue Baptist Church, Newark, NJ 1860 1948
272 Swedish Tercentenary 1937 1938
273 Smith, Rebecca D. 1846 1870
275 Samuel Gardiner Wright (1781-1845), Farmer 1830 1843
276 John McCain (fl. 1838-1847), Justice of the peace 1838 1847
277 Dickinson, Rebecca 1809 1809
278 Newark Aqueduct Company 1803 1860
279 Beach Family Genealogy
280 Transferred to Manuscript Group 1405
281 Wood, Stephen 1780 1800
282 Holmes Family (Middletown, NJ) 1680 1905
283 Ewing Family (Trenton, NJ) 1792 1885
285 Raritan Bay Union and Eagleswood Military Academy 1849 1973
286 Stafford-Ward Family 1811 1957
287 James Parker (1725-1797) and John Parker (1729-1762) 1752 1781
288 Stryker, David and Son, general store, Ironia, NJ 1882 1920
289 Westfield, NJ 1742 1839
290 Anne Hart (fl. 1804-1811) and Reverend John Stanford (1754-1834) 1804 1811
291 Baldwin-Brown-Coe Family (Newark, NJ) 1776 1893
292 Ogden-Ford Family (Cumberland County, NJ) 1789 1887
293 Joseph Lindsley (1777-1849), Blacksmith 1812 1850
294 Walter N. Eastburn Manuscript Collection 1743 1956
295 Lewis, Joseph, lawyer 1826 1836
296 Dodge, Elizabeth 1826 1836
297 Smith, Sanford Huntington, minister 1858 1867
299 Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church, Raccoon and Penns Neck, NJ 1713 1791
300 Duncan, Sebastian Cabot, Jr., Civil War officer 1861 1915

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