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402 E. C. Stokes 1906 1907
403 Robert Lewis 1789 1789
404 Passaic Hook and Ladder Company No. 1, Belleville, NJ 1855 1861
405 Cape May County Court of Quarter Sessions and Common Pleas 1698 1712
406 United Service Organizations Service Club, Newark, NJ 1942 1946
408 Horace N. Congar (1817-1893), Editor, diplomat, and politician 1863 1905
409 Stevens Family (Hoboken, NJ) 1663 1959
410 Burlington County, New Jersey Manuscript Collection 1678 1763
411 Board of General Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New Jersey 1685 1705
412 Garrison, Lindley M. (1864-1932), U.S. Secretary of War 1913 1916
413 Sill, Edward, Civil War officer 1864 1865
414 Southard, Samuel L. (1787-1842), Governor of NJ, U.S. Secretary of the Navy 1814 1841
415 Douglas, Amanda M. (1831-1961), author ca. 1866 1916
416 Munn Family (Essex County, NJ) 1774 1910
417 Bonnel, N., sheriff of Union County, NJ 1863 1866
418 Union Beneficial Society, Salem, NJ 1840 1898
420 New Jersey Civil War 1861 1865
421 Newark Alms House, Newark, NJ 1854 1858
422 Crane-Pierson Family 1707 1942
423 Long Valley, NJ Post Office 1885 1887
424 John Edward Pryor 1761 1763
427 Howe Family 1844 1934
429 Blair, John Insley (1802-99), businessman 1830 1896
430 Becker Family 1853 1925
432 Special Commission to Investigate the Affairs of the Essex County Board of Chosen Freeholders 1919 1919
434 American Insurance Company, Newark, NJ 1846 1893
435 Alling Brothers & Company, Newark, NJ 1853 1878
438 Edge, Walter E. (1873-1956), Governor of NJ, U.S. Senator, ambassador to France 1916 1956
440 Playfellows, Newark, NJ 1912 1917
441 Churchill, Sarah J., music teacher 1890 1894
442 Clark, James Henry (1814-69), physician 1834 1869
443 Christ Episcopal Church, Rahway, NJ 1875 1885
444 Newark High School, Newark, NJ ca. 1863 1867
445 Richards, Harry E. (1853-1923), physician, educator 1867 1913
446 Camden, NJ 1879 1886
447 Dutch Reformed Church, Stone House Plains, NJ 1747 1901
448 Clarkson Antislavery Society of New Jersey n. d. n. d.
450 Stites, Richard Wayne (d. 1877), lawyer ca. 1822 ca. 1822
451 Jonah Cooper (fl. 1793-1832), Farmer and merchant 1793 1832
452 Martha Furnace Employee’s Journal 1808 1815
454 Condit-Dodd Family 1757 1925
455 Perth Amboy Wharf, Perth Amboy, NJ 1821 1830
456 Stanford Pharmacy, Newark, NJ 1853 1905
457 Alfred J. Crane (fl. 1898-1919) 1898 1919
458 McCarter, Uzal H. (1861-1931), banker 1919 1931
460 Twenty-First New Jersey Volunteers 1862 1863
462 Williams, Sarah 1787 1851
464 Clark, Samuel, clerk 1836 1865
468 David A. Ryerson (1835-1910), Lawyer and Civil War officer 1862 1900
470 John R. Pearson (1766-1848), Grocer 1822 1851
471 Collins, David, army recruiting agent 1864 1864
472 George Perry Morris (1864-1921), Journalist 1905 1906
473 Marsh Family 1779 1857
475 East Orange Dispensary 1885 1885
477 Goodlatte, William Burgess 1909 1922
478 Frace, George, farmer 1877 1926
479 Monks of the Passaic 1889 1913
480 Morgan Family 1823 1957
481 Van Derveer Family 1733 1908
482 Allen/Alling-Campfield Family (Newark, NJ) 1720 1898
484 Rutherfurd-Ely Family 1777 1947
485 Sydenham/Sidman Family (Newark and Bloomfield, NJ) 1759 1909
486 Shugard, William 1826 1897
490 Vannest, William C. 1891 1891
491 William Cheesman (d. ca. 1766), Yeoman 1759 1784
493 Carpender, Arthur S. (1884-1960), U.S. naval officer 1913 1958
496 Cornelius Vanderhoof (b. 1780), War of 1812 soldier 1812 1812
497 Ladies Missionary Society of the North Reformed Church, Passaic, NJ 1889 1904
499 Nicholas J. Kip (fl. 1868-1870), Merchant 1868 1870
500 Newark Institute of Arts and Sciences, Newark, NJ 1906 1912

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