Archives: Browse Manuscript Groups 801-900

802 William F. Cone (1874-1966), Commercial photographer 1880s 1966
803 Gilder, Joseph B. (1858-1936), journalist, banker 1872 1873
805 Allen H. Brown (1820-1907), Presbyterian missionary 1838 1907
806 Mary E. Rogers (fl. 1934-1953), Housewife 1934 1953
807 Beach, Joseph W. and Phebe Ann, educators 1831 1856
808 Grand Army of the Republic. Department of New Jersey. 1870 1930
811 Saint Paul’s Parish, Newark, NJ 1853 1890
812 First United Methodist Church, Newark, NJ 1839 1960
813 Mockridge and Son, hardware, Newark, NJ 1896 1898
814 Sussex County Teachers’ Institute 1864 1865
815 Camden and Atlantic Railroad Company. Atlantic City Branch ca. 1899 ca. 1899
816 Sommer (J.L.) Manufacturing Company, steel and wire specialties, job plating, Newark, NJ 1910 1958
817 Summers, Charles G., Civil War officer 1863 1866
818 FewSmith Family 1844 1861
819 Thirteenth New Jersey Volunteers 1862 1863
820 John Piatt (fl. 1765-1785), Cobbler 1765 1785
821 Smith, Frederick H. and Frederick H., Jr. 1834 1922
822 John Gibbs (fl. 1833-1867), Presbyterian minister 1867 1867
823 Isaac Doughten (fl. 1867), Merchant 1867 1867
824 Smith Family 1667 1960
825 Pope, Elizabeth, women’s rights leader 1910 1920
826 Academy of Medicine of New Jersey 1776 1968
827 Ocean Fishery Company, Long Branch, NJ 1882 1921
828 Stevens Academy, Hoboken, NJ 1861 1958
829 Essex County, New Jersey Coroner’s Office 1854 1855
830 Federal Writer’s Project. New Jersey 1890 1953
831 Miller, George Julius (1895-1974), lawyer ca.1724 1960
832 Elizabethtown Bill in Chancery and Answer 1745 1752
833 First New Jersey Continental Regiment 1779 1782
834 Essex County, New Jersey Board of Chosen Freeholders, Committee on Buildings 1852 1916
835 Schoonmaker, Jacob (1777-1852), Dutch Reformed minister ca.1801 ca.1801
836 Savage Family 1758 1938
837 Bellangee Family (Little Egg Harbor, NJ) 1770 1881
838 Elizabethtown Library Company 1792 1824
839 Presbyteries of Morris County and Newark, NJ and New York, NY 1775 1835
840 Crowell, Charles, Civil War soldier n.d. n.d.
841 Nathaniel Brown (fl. 1803-1834), Cooper and teamster 1803 1834
842 Black, John, tax collector 1783 1784
843 George Perry Morris (1864-1921), Journalist 1843 1918
844 Nathan White (fl. 1780-1786), Currier 1780 1786
845 Jersey City, NJ 1869 1869
846 South Orange Female Organizations 1861 1868
847 John Mehelm (1733-1809) and Sidney Berry (1745-1820), Merchants 1772 1774
848 Joseph Sherman Frelinghuysen (1869-1948), U.S. Senator 1907 1926
849 Newark, NJ Improvement Associations 1884 1886
850 Lyon-Bedford Family 1781 1844
851 Belleville, NJ Post Office 1845 1861
852 Philosophical Society of the City of New York 1852 1855
853 Byrne, Garrett S., lawyer 1886 1892
854 Cox, Joseph W., surveyor 1853 1861
855 Sanderson, A. E., teacher 1854 1854
856 Bonnell, Nancy 1812 1855
857 “Notes and Observations on Trade, Finance and Political Economy” 1843 1846
858 Newark Library Association, Newark, NJ 1789 1914
859 Essex County, New Jersey Clerk’s Office 1784 1787
860 American Smelting and Refining Company, Perth Amboy Plant 1902 1907
861 Nolton (Charles) Real Estate, Newark, NJ 1900 1907
862 Jenkinson, Richard C. (1853-1930), manufacturer 1861 1922
863 Kress, Idabelle Haughey, singer 1881 1883
864 Deutsch-Amerikanisches Pioneer Jubilaum, Newark, NJ 1883 1883
865 Zebina Dodd (1762-1843) and J. C. Crowell (fl. 1813-1820), Grocers 1813 1820
866 McDowell Family 1792 1966
867 Biddle, John, surveyor 1760 1770
868 Euphemia Maria Brinckerhoff (1796-1882), Student 1810 1810
869 John Rutherfurd (1810-1872) 1842 1874
870 Schley, Reeve (1881-1960), banker, lawyer 1904 1944
871 Essex County, New Jersey Court for the Trial of Small Causes 1882 1893
872 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Company 1902 1962
873 Stiles and Ward Company, general store, Bloomfield, NJ 1832 1861
874 Bloomfield, NJ 1863 1863
875 Samuel Hayes Congar (1796-1872), Coach painter 1818 1853
876 Lambert, Isabel St. George 1863 1866
877 Philadelphia, PA 1802 1803
878 Goldschmidt, Samuel Anthony (1848-1933), chemist 1869 1869
879 Samuel Miller (1769-1859), Presbyterian minister and educator 1847 1847
880 William B. Brown (fl. 1850-1878), Congregational minister 1850 1878
881 Harbourt, Enoch A., mason 1866 1885
882 Trinity Cathedral in Newark, Newark, NJ 1743 1973
883 Louisa Halsey Canfield (1839-1863) 1861 1862
884 Caldwell Young People’s Temperance Society, Caldwell, NJ 1834 1836
885 Presbytery of Passaic, NJ 1865 1870
886 Harmonic Society of Newark, Newark, NJ 1830 1830
887 Roxbury Academy, Roxbury Township, NJ 1808 1811
888 Hegeman, Adriaen, Jr. 1766 1768
889 Universalist Churches, Newark, NJ 1855 1875
891 William Wallace (d. 1843), Merchant

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1813
892 Estate of Johnson Ward, carpenter 1832 1836
893 Episcopal Society of New Jersey for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge and Piety 1811 1835
894 Abijah Davis (1763-1817), Presbyterian minister 1799 1799
895 Bedminster Township, New Jersey Voting register 1797 1803
896 Allen, Adaline T. (b. 1840), student 1856 1869
897 David Bayard Ogden (1775-1849), Lawyer n. d.

n. d.

898 Estate of Aaron Melick (1725-1809) 1809 1823
899 John McDowell (1780-1863), Presbyterian minister 1816 1816
900 Peter Kanouse (1784-1864), Presbyterian minister 1835 1835

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