Manuscript Groups 701-800

701 Belleville, NJ 1860 1860
703 Gordon, Abraham Julius, soldier, hospital administrator 1917 1918
704 Hoffman Family 1870 1964
705 Ferdanandus Vanderveer (fl. 1771-1787), Merchant 1771 1787
707 Revolutionary Memorial Society of New Jersey 1896 1949
709 Woodruff, Hezekiah Stites, physician 1819 1832
710 First Presbyterian Church Sunday School, Hoboken, NJ 1873 1874
711 Lawrence, Thomas (1744-1823), farmer 1812 1825
712 Casterline, Jennie Allen (d. 1881) 1867 1874
713 Halsted, Brokaw and Company, wholesale dry goods, New York, NY 1842 1852
715 Transferred to MG 1012
717 First Reform Presbyterian German and English Church, Knowlton Township, NJ 1766 1804
718 William Paterson (1817-1899), Student and author 1833 1897
719 Stimis, H. L., businessman 1909 1913
721 John Morris, Jr. (fl. 1807-1816), Laborer 1807 1816
722 Hayes, James, physician 1816 1826
723 Hill, Hiram K., educator 1831 1833
726 William Pierson (1796-1882), Physician 1828 1840
727 Bucks Harbour Mountain Granite Company, New York, NY and Newark, NJ 1836 1837
729 Park Hotel, Butler, NJ 1904 1906
730 New Jersey n. d. n. d.
731 Sunday School Lesson book 1878 1879
732 Foreign Missionary Society, Newark, NJ 1812 1826
733 Fourth Presbyterian Church, Newark, NJ 1831 1848
734 John Whitehead (fl. 1837-1840) and William A. Whitehead (1810-1884) 1835 1844
736 Newark, NJ Washington School House 1820 1863
739 William D. Crampton (fl. 1807-1828), Farmer 1807 1828
740 Great King Hole Mine, Randolph Township, NJ 1838 1849
741 Newark Meadows ca. 1800 1920
742 Jeremiah Wood (d. 1795), Shoemaker, and Rebecca Wood (fl. 1795-1798) 1788 1798
744 Midlantic National Bank 1804 1804
745 Daughters of the American Revolution, Montclair Chapter 1893 1897
746 James M. Quimby (d. 1874) / James Dawes (1795-1844) / Hayes Family (Newark, NJ) 1836 1846
747 James Parker (1776-1868) and Cortlandt Parker (1818-1907) 1867 1873
748 Newark, NJ 1888 1888
750 Joseph Warren Greene, Jr. (1875-1939), Historian ca. 1930 1939
754 Everett Family 1844 1873
755 Grand Army of the Republic. Department of New Jersey. Marcus L. War Post No. 88, Newark, NJ 1861 1865
756 Newark, NJ 1834 1834
757 Barton, Sally Ann 1822 1823
762 Upper Freehold Township Residents 1816 1885
765 Joseph FewSmith, Jr. (fl. 1837-1895), Presbyterian minister 1837 1895
766 Millstone, NJ Post Office 1864 1867
767 Kirtland, John C., merchant 1898 1899
768 Smith Family 1844 1862
769 Stephen Denton (fl. 1820-1834), Laborer 1828 1834
770 New Jersey Woman Suffrage Association 1894 1898
771 Sloan, Harold S. (b. 1887), economist ca. 1929 ca. 1929
772 Second Avenue Congregational Church, Newark, NJ 1868 1938
775 Gibbs Family 1691 1834
778 Love, John J. H. (1833-97), physician 1862 1863
779 Williams, Horton Dobb, stonemason 1856 1910
785 Kinney Family (Newark, NJ) 1783 1900
787 Schley, Reeve, Sr. (11881-1969), banker, lawyer 1670 1969
789 Meeker Family (Elizabethtown, NJ) 1799 1912
790 Maskell Ewing, Jr. (1758-1825), Recorder of the city of Trenton 1799 1805
791 Baldwin, A.P., businessman 1847 1856
800 De Zeng Family (Geneva, NY) 1729 1925

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