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The New Jersey Historical Society Biography Index

The New Jersey Historical Society Library Collection of Vertical Files also includes Family Vertical Files, Subject Vertical Files, and Newark Vertical Files.

 

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Abbett, Leon [1836-1894]

Abbott, C. Conrad  M.D.  [1843-1919]

  • Archaeologist; 1st Curator of the Museum of Archaeology at the University of Pennsylvania; Descendant of the Abbotts of Burlington; authority on the Lenni Lenape Indians

Abbott, Ransford J. [ca. 1898-1956]

  • State Highway Commissioner (1950-1953), First Chairman of the State Highway Authority (1952-1954)

Abeel, Neilson [1902-1949]

  • Born in Newark; WW II Chief of the Alien Division of the United States War Manpower Commission; Executive Secretary of Pacific War Memorial Commission

Abeles, Benjamin

Ackerson, Henry E. Jr. [1880-     ]

  • Native of Keyport, Monmouth County, NJ; State Supreme Court Justice (1948-1952); State Senator (1915-1919), Rutgers University’s Law Center in Newark is named in his honor (Ackerson Hall).

Adams, Ellis [ca. 1881-1956]

  • Real Estate executive for Payson Mc L. Merrill Co. in New York; son of Frederick Adams a Judge of the Court of Errors and Appeals and Judge on the Circuit Bench, Essex County.

Adams, Harriet Stratemeyer [1893-1982]

  • Author of the Nancy Drew series, often used the pen name Carolyn Keene; her father, Edward Stratemeyer, invented Nancy Drew, The Hardy Boys and the Bobbsey Twins series; Mrs. Adams had homes in Tewksbury Twp., Hunterdon County and Maplewood, NJ.

Adams, Robert L. [    -     ]

  • Mayor of Somerville (1931-      ); Somerset County Freeholder (1936-     ).

Adams, Washington Irving [   -    ] & Washington Irving L. [    -    ]

  • Adams Sr. developed a four-by five camera in 1881 for amateurs that sold for ten dollars; President and Treasurer of Scovill and Adams; his son W.I. Lincoln Adams organized the Goodwin Film and Camera Co. and aided in the organization of Ansco.

Addams, Charles [1912-1988]

  • Native of Westfield; Cartoonist; Wrote over 1300 cartoons especially for The New Yorker, but also for Collier's, and TV Guide; is best remembered for creating The Addams Family, first in 1937 as a comic strip, and later as a television show that ran from 1964-1966.

Addonizio, Hugh J.  [1914-1981]

  • Two time Mayor of Newark (including the period of the 1967 riots); 7 term Democratic Congressman; served prison time for extortion and conspiracy.

Adler, Elmer [1884-1962]

  • Curator, Graphic Arts Division, Princeton University Library (1940-1952); Publisher of The Colophon (1930-1940), a quarterly of bibliographic research and information for book collectors.

Agar, Calvin Anderson [1887-1956]

  • Pioneered the manufacture of corrugated cardboard shipping containers and founded the former Agar Manufacturing Corp. of Whippany; Board of Trustees of East Orange General Hospital (1953); Board of Directors of both the First National Iron Bank and Morristown & Erie Railroad; member of the War Production Board fiber box industry advisory committee (1942).

Agens, Col. Frederick G. [1836-1921]

  • Native of Newark; Civil War Veteran; he began his own fire insurance business; President of the Underwriter’s Protective Association; member of the Essex Club & The New Jersey Historical Society; son of James Agens, a Revolutionary War veteran.

Ahr, George W. [    -    ]

  • Seventh Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Trenton

Aitkin, Charles J. [1858-1943]

  • Native of Trenton; received graduate and undergraduate degrees at Rutgers College; taught in Warren County for 20 years; State Archivist beginning in 1907; Organized and indexed colonial records including a complete list of 250,000 wills filed in NJ from 1666 to 1900. Compilation published in 1912 and 1913.

  Alagna, Ace [1925-    ]

  • Publisher of the Italian Tribune News (1968); Photographer; born of Italian immigrants; native of Newark; numerous awards including Cavaliere Della Republica d’Italia (a knighthood); Commissioner to the Bi-Centennial Committee; member of the Gubernatorial Inaugural Commission; produced documentaries about Italy with the Screen Actors Guild.

Alampi, Philip [1912-1992]

  • The NJ State Secretary of Agriculture for 26 years (1956-1982); suggested the term "Garden State" be emblazoned on all license plates; proposed the Nation’s first Farmland Assessment Act in 1963; initiated the 1973 "Report on the Blueprint Commission on the Future of New Jersey Agriculture" ,which set the principles for farmland preservation; prevented residential-commercial development of the Rutgers-Cook College Campus.

Albano, Edward, Dr. [1908-1986]

  • NJ’s first Medical Examiner (1967); President of The Board of Medical Examiners for 27 years; served 20 years in Essex County Medical Examiner’s office and 14 years as the Chief Medical Examiner prior to being state medical examiner.

Albertson, Constant [1831-1904]

  • Native of Atlantic County; apprentice in the brick and stonemason business; erected modern buildings and homes.

Albertson, Jim [1943-    ]

  • Folk singer, teacher and performer; president of the Folklore Society.

Alcott, Thomas J. [1840-1915]

  • A U.S. Marshal (1997-1914); member of the Assembly (1883-    ); served with the 23rd Regiment of New Jersey Volunteers; became associated with the machinery and water-wheel manufacturing business and bought out T.H. Risdon & Company.

Alderson, William Thomas Jr. [    -    ]

  • Director of the American Association for State and Local History; Director of Museum studies at the University of Delaware; editor of Historical publications; graduated Colgate University and received master’s and doctoral degrees in history at Vanderbilt University.

Aldrin, Edward "Buzz" [1930-    ]

  • 2nd man to set foot on the moon, Apollo 11 flight (1969); co-pilot of US Gemini 12 space flight (1966); native of Montclair

Aldworth, Col. Richard [1894-1943]

  • Former Superintendent of Newark Airport; Colonel in the U.S. Army Air Force; WWI hero.

Alexander, William (Lord Stirling) [1726-1783]

  • British Commissary Officer in the French & Indian War; Revolutionary War General on Washington’s Staff; commanded the First NJ Battalion (1775) and every brigade in the Continental Army except those of Georgia & South Carolina; fought at the Battles of Long Island, Short Hills, Brandywine, Germantown & Monmouth; lived in Basking Ridge

Alexander, Archibald Stevens [1906-1979]

  • Princeton graduate (1928); held positions in the Federal, State, and Local Governments at Bernardsville; Lieutenant Colonel of the US Army (1944); Under Secretary of the Army (1950-52).

Alexander, Cosmo [1724-1772]

  • Scottish painter who visited America between 1765 & 1771; Gilbert Stuart&#!46;s first teacher.

Alexander, James W. [1839-1915]

  • President of the Equitable Life Assurance Society; native of Princeton

Alexander, Dr. John [1919-1990]

  • Pediatrician; established state’s first hospital intensive care unit for newborns; Helped develop the Children&146;s Hospital of NJ at United Hospital’s Medical Center of Newark.

Alito, Samuel (1950- )

New Jersey Judge

Alleman, Helen Potter [1895-1967]

  • Native of Union; State treasurer of the NJ Genealogical Society; radio broadcaster.

Allen, Charles Dexter [1865-1926]

  • Native of Montclair; book critic and editor of the Hartford Post.

Allen, Clara [1918-    ]

  • Head of the NJ Division on Women (1979); State President of the Communications Workers of America.

Allen, Ethan [1832-1911]

  • Chairman of the Liberal Republican National Committee; Author; Colonel with Blair’s Brigade

Allen, Jesse [1930-1980]

  • African American; Civil Rights Activist; Newark Central Ward Councilman (1974-1978).

Allen, Lyman Whitney [1854-1930]

  • Pastor of South Park Presbyterian Church; poet.

Allen, William F. [1846-1915]

  • Designed the "Standardized Time" system now used throughout the world; from South Orange.

Alliluyeva, Svetlana [1926 -     ]

  • Only daughter of Joseph Stalin; defected to the United States in 1967 and lived in Princeton before returning to Russia in 1984; left Russia in 1986, returned to the U.S. and then settled in England; Author

Alling, David [1773- ca. 1854]

  • Chair manufacturer in Newark (1801-1854)

ALLING, DR. FREDERICK A.

ALLOWAY, DAVID N., DR.

ALRUTZ, THOMAS J.

ALSWANG, HOPE

ALTMAN, DREW

AMATO, NICHOLAS

AMMAN, OTHMAR H.

AMOS, JOHN

ANDERSON, DICK

ANDERSON, JOHN R.

ANDERSON, OLIVER G.

ANDERSON, PHILIP

ANDERSON, WILLIAM A.

ANDRE, JOHN

ANDREWS, FRANK D.

ANDREWS, ROBERT E.

ANTAR, ED

ANTON, MARK

ANNEKE, MATHILDE FRANZISKA

ANTHONY, SUSAN B.

ANUSZKIEWICZ, RICHARD

APGAR, DR. VIRGINIA

APPLEBAUM, SAMUEL

AREGOOD, RICH

ARIAS, DAVID

ARMBRUSTER, WILLIAM

ARNETT, HANNAH

ARNETT, SHELLEY

ARNOLD, BENEDICT

ARPE, REV. C.H.

ASCHER, MARTHA

ASENCIO, DIEGO

ASHBY, WILLIAM M.

ANANIA, MICHAEL

ASHFIELD, ISABELLA MORRIS

ASTER, ALVIN K.

ATHERTON, J.W.

ATKINS, PAULINE MCDOWELL

ATWATER, EDWARD

AUCHINCLOSS, JAMES C.

AUCHINCLOSS, KATHERINE L.

AUDSLEY, GEORGE A.

AUGELLI, ANTHONY

AXELROD, HERBERT

AYDELOTTE, DR. FRANK

AYERS, DR. EDWARD A.

AYLEA, GARRABRANT R.

BACHELLER, J. HENRY

BACKOFF, GEORGE W.

BACON, JOHN (CAPTAIN)

BACOT, J. CARTER

BAEDER, REV. FREDERICK N.

BAENES, HUGH E.

BAER, WILLIAM J.

BAGGER, RICHARD

BAINBRIDGE, WILLIAM

BAIRD, MARY S.

BAKER, CARLOS

BALD, ROBERT

BALDWIN, JOSEPH C..

BALDWIN, ROGER

BALDWIN, DR. S.L.B

BAMBERGER, LOUIS

BANNWART, CARL

BARAKA, AMIRI

BARBER, FRANCIS

BARBOUR, JOHN C.

BARBOUR, COL. WILLIAM

BARBOUR, WILLIAM WARREN

BARCALOW, SWARTOUT

BARDEEN, JOHN

BARKHORN, DR. HENRY C.

BARNARD, GEN. LEVI ROBINS

BARNES, COL. JAMES

BARRINGER, WILLIAM N.

BARROW, CAROLYN PLASKETT (MRS. ERROL)

BARRY, COMMADORE JOHN

BARRY, MARYANNE TRUMP

BARRY, PAUL

BARTENSTEIN, FRED JR.

BARTLETT, HENRY CLAY

BARTLETT, WILLIAM

BARTON, CLARA

BARTON, CHARLES K.

BASIE, WILLIAM ‘COUNT’

BASILONE, JOHN A.

BATE, FRANK

BATEMAN, RAYMOND H.

BATHGATE, LAWRENCE

BAXTER, CHARLES J.

BAXTER, JAMES M.

BAYLES, REV. J.O.

BEAL, ORVILLE E.

BEARDSLEY, ELIHU J.

BEATTY, DANIEL F.

BEATTIE, DR. ROBERT B.

BEAUMONT, REV. DR. JAMES B.

BECK, HENRY CHARLTON

BECK, LEWIS C.

BECK, ROBERT

BEDLE, JOSEPH D.

BEECH, JOHN

BEEKMAN, KATHARINE MORRIS PARKER

BEHRENBERG, ADOLPH

BELCHER, JONATHAN

BELKNAP, EDWIN S.

BELL, JAMES B.

BELL, JEFFREY

BELL, VIRGINIA ASKINS

BELLAMY, CAROL

BELLANTE, ANTONIO

BELLAH, JAMES WARNER

BELLEVILLE, NICHOLAS

BELLIS, JOHN W.

BENCHLEY, PETER

BENICASE, THERESA

BENNETT, JOAN

BENNETT, REGINALD T.

BENNETT, ROBERT HENDERSON

BERG, MOE

BERG, SAMUEL

BERGEN, FRANK

BERGEN, JAMES J.

BERKELY, LORD JOHN

BERNARD, FRANCIS

BERNHARDT, SARAH

BERRA, YOGI

BERRALL, JULIE

BERRIE, RUSSELL

BERTRAM, JOHN

BESSON, HARLAN

BETZ, JOHN F.

BIANCHI, ANGELO

BICKERDYKE, MRS. M.B.

BIDDLE, CHARLES

BIDDLE, REV. DR. ARNEY S.

BIEDERMAN, KENNETH

BIERTUEMPFEL, F. EDWARD

BIGELOW, FREDERIC

BIGELOW, JOHN O.

BIGELOW, MOSES

BIGELOW, SAMUEL F.

BILDNER, ALLEN

BILLINGTON, JAMES H. BIRD

BIRDSALL, CAPT. AMOS

BIRDSEYE, CLARENCE

BIRKENHAUER, GRACE BITTLES

BISHOP, REV. GEORGE S.

BISHOP, GORDON

BISHOP, NATHANIEL H.

Bishop, William Darius [1827-1904]

  • Native of Bloomfield; U.S. Congressman from Connecticut; Vice President and President of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co.

BISSELL, N.

BLACK, CHARLES C.

BLACK, DR. GEORGE H.

BLACK, HAROLD

BLACK, JOSEPH

BLACK, WALTER C.

Blackwell, Antoinette Brown [1825-1921]

  • First American woman ordained as a minister; author; lecturer; suffragist; abolitionist; sister-in-law of Elizabeth Blackwell (first female M.D.); sister-in-law of Emily Blackwell (early woman physician and Dean of The New York Infirmary for Women and The Women’s Medical College) and sister-in-law of Lucy Stone (author; first woman to keep her maiden name after marriage; organizer of the American Women’s Suffrage Association).

  • See also: Biography V/F: Stone, Lucy (sister-in-law)

BLAIR, C. LEDYARD

BLAIR, DEWITT CLINTON

BLAIR, JOHN I.

BLAIR, WILLIAM

BLAKE, GEORGE

BLAU, LESLIE

BLAUVELT, DR. ELISABETH H.

BLAUVELT, FRANCES BRENTON

BLAUVELT, HIRAM B.D.

BLAUVELT, LOUIS LEON

BLAUVELT, MARGARETTA DEMAREST

BLODGETT, RUFUS

BLOOMFIELD, JOSEPH

BLOUSTEIN, EDWARD J.

BLUE, DANIEL W. JR.

BLUME, JUDY

BOARD, NATHANIEL

BOARDMAN, JOHN

BOBST, ELMER

BODINE, JOSEPH L.

BODINE, SAMUEL L.

BODMAN, ROGER

BODMER, KARL

BOEHM, EDWARD M.

BOEHM, HELEN

BOGERT, FREDERICK

BOIARDO, RUGGIERO (Richie the Boot)

BOLAND, JOSEPH J.

BOLAND, THOMAS A.

BON JOVI

BONAPARTE, JOSEPH

BOND, CHARLES F.

BOND, REV. LEWIS (1795-1885)

BOND, REV. LEWIS (b. 1835)

BONGIOVANNI, MICHAEL

BONANNO, J. CARMINE

BONNETT, PETER

BOOTH, JOHN A.

BOOKBINDER, SIDNEY W.

BOOTH, JOHN WILKES

BORDMAN, ROGER SHERMAN

BOTZONG, PHILIP FRANCIS

BORGLUM, GUTZON

BOUDINOT, ELIAS 4TH (1740-1821)

BOUDINOT, ELIAS 3RD (1706-1770)

BOUDINOT, ELISHA

BOUNDS, ART

BOUTON, DR. EUGENE

BOWEN, HENRY E.

BOWEN, WILLIAM GORDON

BOWSER, EDWARD, SR.

BOYD, DR. ALEX

BOYDEN, SETH

BOYLE, DONALD G.

BRACKETT, CYRUS FOGG

BRADBURY, WILLIAM B.

BRADDOCK, CHARLES

BRADDOCK, JIM "CINDERELLA MAN " (1905-1974)

  • International Boxing Hall of Famer. Famous boxer who lived in NJ

BRADFORD, CORNELIA

BRADFORD, WILLIAM

BRADFORD, MRS. WILLIAM ( SUSAN VERGEREAU)

BRADLEY, BILL

BRADLEY, CHARLES B.

BRADLEY, DONALD

BRADLEY, JOSEPH P.

BRADLEY, WILL (1868-1962)

BRADLEY, WILLIAM J.

BRADMAN, SUSAN B.G

BRADY, JAMES COX

BRADY, MATTHEW B.

BRADY, NICHOLAS.

BRAINERD, DAVID

BRAINERD, JOHN

BRATTAIN, WALTER H.

Brearley, David [1745-1790]  (Sometimes spelled Brearly)

  • Chief Justice of New Jersey; NJ Delegate to the Federal Constitutional Convention in 1787; Delegate to the NJ State Constitutional Convention in 1776; U.S. District Judge; Lieutenant-Colonel of both the 4th NJ and the 1st NJ; Presidential Elector in 1789.

BREED, CHARLES, H.

BRENNAN, DANIEL J.

BRENNAN, ROBERT E.

BRENNAN, WILLIAM J. JR.

BRESCI, GAETANO (1869-1901)

  • Paterson, NJ based Italian-American anarchist who assassinated King Umberto I of Italy in 1900.

BRESLAUER, MARTIN

BRESLIN, JOHN J. JR.

BRETT, CHARLES L.

BREX, FRANK E.

BRIEST, JOHN

BRIGGS, REV. DR. CHARLES A.

BRIGGS, FRANK O.

BRIGGS, PHOEBE

BRINSMADE, ANNA E.

BRISTOL, LEE H.

BRODY, SEYMOUR

BROKAW, ISAAC

BROOKS, REV. DR. WALTER A.

BROWN, ALLEN H.

BROWN, ARTHUR R. JR.

BROWN, CARRIE EVANS

BROWN, CLAUDE

BROWN, DOUGLAS J.

BROWN, GILBERT

BROWN, REV. H.S.

BROWN, JANET

BROWN, LEANNE

BROWN, LINDA KELLER

BROWN, RAY

BROWN, WILLIE

BROWNE, DAVID H.

BROWNE, DR. HENRY J.

BROWNE, JOHN

BRUEN, CALEB

BRYAN, CAMILLE E.

BRYANT, MICHEAL

BRYANT, DR. WILLIAM

BUCHANAN, REV. DR. JOSEPH C.

BUCHANAN, MALCOLM G.

BUCKLEY, REV. DR. JAMES M.

BUDD, COL.

BUDD, THOMAS

BUDD, EDNA VAN SICKLE

BUDKA, METCHIC J.E.

BUERMANN, AUGUST

BUFFET, EDWARD PAYSEN

BUFFIN, BILL

BUFFUM, REBECCA

BULL, DR. INEZ

BULLA, JOANNE

BUNCHE, RALPH J.

BUNELL, JACOB L.

BURCH, MARY

BURGIO, JANE

BURK, KENYON

BURKE, HALSEY T.

BURKE, JAMES B.

BURKE, JAMES E.

BURKE, KENNETH

BURNET, DAVID

BURNET, JACOB

BURNET, WILLIAM (1730-1791)

BURNETT, ROBERT B.

BUROS, OSCAR K.

BURNETT, VIRGINIA S.

BURR, AARON SR.

BURR, AARON JR.

BURR, DONALD M.

BURROUGHS, JOHN

BUSH, BERNARD

BUTLER, DR. CLARENCE W.

BUTLER, NICHOLAS MURRAY

BUTTZ, DR. HENRY

BYRNE, BARBARA

BYRNE, BRENDAN T. (New Jersey Governor)

BYRNE, JEAN

BYRNE, PATRICK J.

CAHILL, DOROTHY MILLER

CAHILL, HOLGER

CAHILL, WILLIAM T.

CALDER, ALEXANDER JR.

CALDWELL, CARLYLE

CALDWELL, JAMES & HANNAH

CALDWELL, JOHN

CALDWELL, JOSEPH

CALUNCLANN, GORDON

CAMPANELLA, ANTON J.

CAMPBELL, BRADLEY

  • D.E.P. Commissioner for NJ

CAMPBELL, JAMES

CAMPBELL, MARY

CAMPBELL, MILT

CAMPBELL, PETER

CAMPBELL, PHILIP A.

CANFIELD, BIL

CANFIELD, FREDERICK A.

CARDINALE, GERALD

CAREY, ROBERT

CAREY, MSGR. THOMAS

CARMAN, DOROTHY

CARPENTER, JOHN

CARPENTER, NANCY

CARPENTER, RUTH S.

CARPENTER, WILLIAM SEAL

CARSTENS, GRACE (MRS. F.C.)

CARR, JOSEPHUS

CARRANZA, EMILIO

CARSON, HARRY

CARTER, MICHAEL J.

CARTER, RUBEN (HURRICANE)

CARTERET, SIR GEORGE

CARTERET, PHILIP

CARTMELL, PETER

CARY, EUNICE FLANDERS

CASE, CLIFFORD P. (U.S. Senator)

CASHEN, JOHN

CASPERSEN, FINN

CATAPANO, MICHAEL

CATLIN, JOHN

CAULFIELD, JOHN

CAVICCHIA, PAUL G.

CAWLEY, GEORGE

CENKER, ROBERT

CERRIGONE, ALFREDO COSMO

  • Newark theater owner and founder of the Newark Opera House

CHAMBERLAIN, GEORGE AGNEW

CHAMBERS, RAYMOND G.

CHANCE, JOHN

CHANDLER, ERIC B.

CHANNING, ROSE M.

CHAPMAN, C. DURAND

CHARLES, SUZETTE

CHAVIS, LEN

CHESLER, HARRY A.

CHINAGLIA, GIORGIO

CHORLEY, KENNETH

CHRISTIAN, SPENCER

CHUBB, HENDON

CIARDI, JOHN

CICATIELLO, ANTHONY

CICIPPIO, JOSEPH

CLARK, ALVAH A.

CLARK, ABRAHAM

CLARK, CHARLES (1752-1821)

CLARK, GEORGE A.

CLARK, GEORGE ROGERS

CLARK, JAMES HENRY (1814-1869)

CLARK, JAMES HENRY (1853- )

CLARK, JOE

CLARK, JOEFTA

CLARK, MARTHA GILBERTSON

CLARK, MARY HIGGINS

CLARK, WILLIAM

CLARK, WILLIAM L.

CLARK, SAMUEL S.

CLARKE, ANDREW M.

CLAY, HENRY

CLAYTOR, SISTER ANNE

CLEE, LESTER H.

CLEE, RAYMOND, REV.

CLEVELAND, EDMUND JONES

CLEVELAND, GROVER (2 FOLDERS)

CLIFFORD, ROBERT L.

CLOSS, HERBERT

CLOTHIER, ROBERT, DR.

COBB, GEORGE T.

COCHRAN, JOHN

CODY, GEORGE

CODY, RICHARD J.

COE, ABBEY HALSTED

COE, BRUCE G.

COFFEE, RICHARD J.

COFFEY, KATHERINE

COHEN, DAVID S.

COHEN, MORRIS J.

COIT, DR. HENRY LEBER

COLBY, EVERETT

COLE, DAVID L.

COLES, ARTHUR S.

COLEMAN, LEONARD

COLES, DR. ABRAHAM

COLES, J. ACKERMAN

COLLINS, ANN

COLLINS, ISAAC

COLT, PETER

COLT, SAMUEL

COLUMBUS, CHRISTOPHER

COMMINS, SAXE

COMPTON, LIEUT. FREDERICK

COMSTOCK, ANTHONY

CONDICT, DR. L.

CONDIT, AARON P.

CONDIT, REV. CHARLES B.

CONDIT, EDWARD H.

CONDIT, IRA H.

CONDIT, JEMIMA

CONDIT, JESSIE P.

CONDIT, MELVIN S.

CONDIT, PETER

CONE, WILLIAM

CONGAR, HENRY

CONGAR, HORACE N.

CONGAR, STEPHEN

CONKLIN, FRANKLIN SR.

CONLY, DR. ROBERT

CONNERTON, JAMES P.

CONNOLLY, DOROTHEA

CONVERY, NEIL J.

COOK, GEORGE H.

COOK, CAPT. HIRAM

COOKE, LOUIS E.

COOK, ROSS KELLEYE

COOKE, THOMAS

COONEY, JOHN R.

COOPER, ESTHER N.

COOPER, JAMES FENIMORE

COOPER, PETER

COOPER, REAR-ADMIRAL PHILIP H.

COOPER, GENERAL SAMUEL

COOPER, WILLIAM

COOPERMAN, SAUL

COPPERS, GEORGE H.

COPPOCK, JOHN M. SR.

COPSEY, GENERAL R.L.

CORDASCO, FRANCESCO

CORNBURY, VISCOUNT EDWARD HYDE

CORNELL, EZRA

CORR, REV. MICHAEL

CORRIGAN, MICHAEL A. (Bishop)

CORWIN, MARGARET TRUMBULL (1889-1983)

CORYELL, GEORGE

CORZINE, JON S.

COSBY, BILL

COSTA, CATHERINE

COSTELLO, LOU

COTTON, WILLIAM H.

COURSEN, SAMUEL STREIT

COURTER, JIM

COWAN, LISA NICOLE

COWAN, THOMAS F.

COWART, SAMUEL C.

COWDREY, MARY BARTLETT

COWEN, DAVID L.

COXE, DANIEL

COYE, MOLLY JOEL

CRABIEL, J. EDWARD

CRAIG, SAMUEL

CRAIG, H. STANLEY

CRAMER, FREDERICK M.

CRANE, AARON DODD

CRANE, BRUCE

CRANE, EDWARD

CRANE, ELVIN W.

CRANE, FRED L.

CRANE, ISRAEL

CRANE, JASPER

CRANE, JONATHAN TOWNLEY

CRANE, LOUIS B.

CRANE, ROBERT C.

CRANE, SILAS

CRANE, STEPHEN

CRANE, WILLIAM A.

CRANMER, GEORGE T.

CRANMER, JAY

CRASTO, EDWIN N.

CRAVEN, CHARLES E.

CRAVEN, ELIJAH R.

CRAWBUCK, YOLA

CRAWFORD, CHARLES P.

CRAWFORD, WILLIAM

CRAYON, J. PERCY

CRECCO, MARION

CRESWELL, MAGGIE

CRILLEY, CAPT. FRANK

CRISP, NANCY, MRS. ALLAN

CRISTIANO, CARMELA M.

CROES, JOHN

CROOK, HARRY B.

CROOKS, GEORGE R.

CROOKS, RICHARD

CROSPSEY, JASPER F.

CROSBY, FANNY

CROSS, DELORES

CROSSMAN, HENRIETTE

CROTTY, KATHLEEN

CROUSE, IRA R.

CRUMLEY, REV. JAMES R.

CUBBERLEY, JAMES A.

CULLIMORE, ALLAN

CUMMINS, GEORGE W.

CUMMINGS, CHARLES

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN T.

CURIE, CHARLES

CURRAN, BARBARA A.

CURTIS, ALLEN

CURTIS, EDWARD A.

CURETON, GEORGE

CUTBUSH, EDWARD

CZYZ, BOBBY

DABELL, NATHAN

DAESCHLER, ROBERT

DAGETT, CHRISTOPHER J.

DAHLGREN, CHARLES B.

DALESSIO, THOMAS

DALY, PHYL

DALY, PETER FRANCIS

DALY, WILLLIAM

DANA, JOHN COTTON

DANCY, GIGI

DANDRIDGE, RAY

DANIELS, DONALD M.

DARCY, JOHN S.

DARLING, CHARLES W.

DATESMAN, HIRAM F.

DATOR, RAYMOND

DAVENPORT, CLARENCE GAYLORD

DAVIDSON, D. MAX

DAVIES, LUKE

DAVIS, ABBOTT P.

DAVIS, ALBERT T.

DAVIS, ALEXANDER JACKSON

DAVIS, ALFRED

DAVIS, C. MALCOLM

DAVIS, CHESTER M.

DAVIS, EDWIN E.

DAVIS, EUGENE S.

DAVIS, J. WARREN

DAVIS, JOSEPH

DAVIS, ROBERT (1848- )

DAVIS, THOMAS A.

DAVY, SARAH M.

DAWKINS, PETER

DAWSON, CONINGSBY

DAWSON, JOHN W.

DAWSON, WILLIAM J.

DAY, EDWARD A.

DAY, H. CORBIN

DAYTON, ELISS

DAYTON, JONATHAN

DAYTON, WILLIAM L.

DEALAMAN, DORIS

DEAR, WALTER M.

DEATS, HIRAM E. (1870-1963)

DE BARY, ADOLPHE

DECKER, CHARLES M.

DECKER, RALPH

DECATUR, STEPHEN

DECKER, SYLVANUS

DECTER, RABBI AARON

DEE, SANDRA

DEGRASSE, FRANCOIS PAUL JOSEPH

DEGNAN, DANIEL J.

DEGNAN, JAMES A.

DEHART, JOHN S. JR.

DEHART, HENRY

DEHART, WILLIAM H.

DE LEEUW, LEON

DE LIBERO, SHIRLEY

DE LOREAN, JOHN Z.

DEL TUFO, ELIZABETH

DEL TUFO, ROBERT

DEMAREST, CHARLES H.

DEMAREST, DAVID

DEMAREST, JOHN C.

DEMAREST, MARY A.

DEMAREST, WILLIAM H.

DEMOS, MARY ANN

DENISE, GARRET A.

DENMARK, LEON B.

DENNIS, ALFRED L.

DENNIS, HAROLD

DENNIS, THEODORE

DE NOOYER, ORRIE

DE NUTO, ELLEN

DE PUE, ALONZO

DEPUE, DAVID AYRES

DERICKSON, ULI

DE RIVERA, BELLE

DE SAIX, HERBERT W.

DESHLER, CHARLES D.

DEVANEY, HOWARD J.

DEVITO, DANNY

DEVLIN, HARRY A.

DEVOE, ANDREW J.

DEVRIES, DAVID P.

DEVRIES, LINI MOERKERK

DEWINDT, PETER

DEWITT, SIMEON

DEWLING, RICHARD

DE ST. CLEMENT, DOROTHY

DE YOE, WILLARD L.

DAY, ESTHER

DIANA, WILFRED

DICK, SAMUEL

DICKERSON, MAHLON

DICKERSON, PHILEMOH

DEMAREST, CHARLES H.

DEMAREST, DAVID

DEMAREST, JOHN C.

DEMAREST, MARY A.

DEMAREST, WILLIAM H.

DEVLIN, HARRY

DIAZ, JUNOT

DICKINSON, FAIRLEIGH S., JR.

DICKINSON, JONATHAN

DICKINSON, JOHN

DICKINSON, HENRY

DIGILIO, JOHN

DI DONATO, PIETRO

DILL, DANIEL M.

DILL, JAMES BROOKS

DILLON, CLARENCE

DILLON, C. DOUGLAS

DILLON, EMMA E.

DINGWALL, ANDREW G.F.

Dinkins, David (b. 1927)]

  • Native of Trenton; Mayor of New York City; Was the first African-American mayor of New York City, serving from 1989-1993; served as a marine in WWII; New York State Assemblyman; President of the New York City Board of Elections, 1975-1985; Born in Trenton and moved to Harlem as a child.

DISBROW, REM LEFFERTS

DISBROW, WILLIAM S.

DIX, DOROTHEA

DIX, WILLIAM

DIXON, AMOS

DIXON, ARTHUR

DIXON, JOSEPH

DOANE, GEORGE

DOBBINS, EDWARD L.

DOBBINS, JOHN Y.

DOBELL, BERTRAM

Doby, Larry (1924-2003)

  • Baseball player for the Cleveland Indians and Newark Eagles On July 5, 1947, became the first African-American to play in the American League; played in six Major League All-Star games; was a star for Paterson's Eastside High School in four sports; became one of the first Major Leaguers to play for a Japanese Team (the Chunichi Dragons in 1962); was second African-American to manage a Major League team (Chicago White Sox, 1978).

DODD, ALLISON

DODD, BETHUEL LEWIS

DODD, DANIEL

DODD, JOHN

DODD, ROSE WILSON (Mrs. Edward M)

DODGE, GERALDINE R.

DODGE, HENRY NEHEMIAH

DODGE, MARY MAPES

DODGE, WALTER

DODGE, M. HARTLEY

DOHERTY, JAMES F.

  • Jersey City police officer, born 1888, killed in the Black Tom Explosion, 1916.

D’OLIER, FRANKLIN

D’OLIER, HELEN K.

DOLL, THEODORE J.

DONNELLY, FREDERICK W. (see oversize broadside map case)

DONNELLY, DR. JOSEPH

DONOHUE, FRANK M.

DONOVAN, RAYMOND J.

DOOLITTLE, PHILIP

DOREMUS, ANNE

DOREMUS, CORNELIUS

DOREMUS, DAVID

DOREMUS, EMMA L.

DOREMUS, HENRY M.

DOREMUS, OWEN

DOREMUS, SALLY HALL

DOREMUS, WILBUR

DORFMAN, SIDNEY

DORER, HARRY C.

DORIA, JOSEPH V., JR.

DORIVAL, WILLIAM

DOUGHERTY, JOHN J.

DOUGHERTY, PEGGY

DOUGHTY, ENOCH

DOUGLAS, AMANDA W.

DOUGLAS, DAMON G.

DOUGLASS, JANE DEMPSEY

DOUGLASS, MABEL SMITH (Mrs. William Shipman)

DOW, JOY WHEELER

DOWD, AMBROSE F.

DOWNS, JOSEPH

DOYLE, PATRICK J.

DRAKE, JAMES

DRAYTON, DANIEL

DREHER, JOHN W.

DREYFUSS, L.

DRINKER, HENRY

DRISCOLL, ALFRED E.

DRISCOLL, MATTIE EASTLAKE

DROST, WILLIAM E.

DRYDEN CYNTHIA FAIRCHILD

DRYDEN, FOREST F.

DRYDEN, JOHN F.

DRYDEN, JOHN F. II

duBUSE, ARTHUR L.

Dudley, Thomas Haines [1819-1893]

  • Lawyer; City Treasurer and City Solicitor, City of Camden; United States Consul to Liverpool under Abraham Lincoln; United States Assistant Attorney-General; native of Burlington County, NJ

DUFFIELD, EDWARD D.

DUKAKIS, OLYMPIA

DUKE, DORIS

DUKE, JAMES B.

DUKE, ROY E.

DUMMER, STEPHEN

DUMONT, ALLEN B.

DUMONT, WAYNE

DUNCAN, CHARLES M.

DUNLAP, WILLIAM

DUNN, THOMAS G.

DUNHAM, LESTER

DUNSTER, JOHN HENRY

DUNSTON, DR. FRANCIS J.

DUPONT, IRENEE

DURAND, ASHER B.

DURAND, ELIAS W.

DURAND, WALLACE

DURAND, WICKLIFFE B.

DURANG, CHRISTOPHER

DURANT, CHARLES FERSON

DURANT, THOMAS CLARK

DURANT, WILL

DURANT, WILLIAM WEST

DUREN, GEORGE B.

DURYEE, GERTRUDE

DURYEA, JOHN H.

DUSENBERRY, JAMES P.

DUSENBERRY, JOHN B.

DUST, DONALD T.

DUTCHER, WILLIAM

DUTTON, CHARLES S.

DWYER, BERNARD J.

DWYER, FLORENCE P.

DYSON, FREEMAN

EAGER, MARY ANN

Eagleton, Florence  Peshine  [d. 1953]

  • Suffrage leader; Trustee of Rutgers; First Vice President of the State League of Women Voters; Board Member of the New Jersey College for Women; a bequest in her will founded the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers

  • See also: Biography V/F — Eagleton, Wells Phillips (her husband)

  • See also: Biography V/F — Jelliff, John (her grandfather)

Eagleton, Wells Phillips  [d. 1946]

  • Newark physician

  • See also: Biography V/F — Eagleton, Florence Peshine (his wife)

EAKINS, WILLIAM

EATON, JOSEPH ORIEL

EAMES, WILBERFORCE

EARHART, AMELIA

EARLING, ELIAS

EASTBURN, WALTER N.

EATON, CHARLES WARREN

EATON, HAROLD

EBERT, JEROME B.

ECKELHOFER, RUDOLF

EDDY, OLIVER TARBELL

EDELSTEIN, STEPHEN J.

EDGE, WALTER E.

EDISON, CAROLYN

EDISON, CHARLES

EDISON, THEODORE M.

EDISON, THOMAS A. (5 folders)

EDSALL, CHARLES E.

EDWARDS, CARY

EDWARDS, EDWARD I., GOV.

EDWARDS, EDWARD I., (1890-1953)

EDWARDS, W. CARY

EDWARDS, JONATHAN

EDWARDS, DR. LENA F.

EDWARDS, MELVIN

EDWARDS, MOSES

EDWARDS, SHERMAN

EELLS, WILLIAM H.

EGAN, MSGR. ROBERT F.

EGERTON, MATTHEW SR.

EGERTON, MATTHEW JR.

EGG, ELEANOR

EGNER, ARTHUR F.

EGNER, FREDERICK W.

EHLERS, EDWIN

EHRHARDT, CHARLES R.

EICHNER, LAURITS C.

EIER, WILLIAM

EISHEMIUS, LOUIS M.

EINSTEIN, ALBERT

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.

EISLER, CHARLES

ELDRIDGE, DOROTHY

ELKUS, ABRAM I.

ELLIOTT, DR. FRANK N.

ELLIOTT, JAMES

ELLIS, EDWARD, SYLVESTER

ELLIS, FRANCIS B.

ELLIS, JOHN

ELLIS, JOSEPH

ELLIS, SAMUEL

ELLISON, JOHN

ELMER, JONATHAN

ELMER, EBENEZER

ELVERSON, JAMES

ELWELL, FRANK EDWIN

ELY, EDWIN A.

ELY, LAUNCELOT

ELY, WILSON C.

EMERSON, HARRINGTON

EMERY, JOHN R.

EMLEY, JOHN

EMMONS, GEORGE F.

ENDICOTT, ALLEN BROWN

ENGELHARD, CHARLES W.

ENGLISH, CONOVER

ENGLISH, JERRY FITZGERALD

ENGLISH, NICHOLAS C.J.

ENGLISH, THEODORE C.

English, Thomas Dunn [1819-1902]

  • Physician; Lawyer; Poet; Politician; native of Pennsylvania; educated at Friends’ Academy, Burlington, NJ; lived in NJ from 1858 until his death; Member, NJ State Assembly 1863 & 1864; US Congressman from NJ 1891-1895; most famous poem: "Ben Bolt"; engaged in well-known quarrel with Edgar Allan Poe

ENGLUND, RONALD T.

ENTWISTLE, JAMES

ENRIGHT, JOHN

ERBE, GARY T.

ERDMAN, CHARLES R. (1867-1960)

ERDMAN, CHARLES R. (1897- )

ERICSON, LEIF

ERLANGER, MILTON S.

ERRICKETTI, ANGELO

ERSKINE, ROBERT

EPLING, JOHN W.

ESPOSITO, FRANK J.

ESPOSITO, JAMES

ESTAUGH, JOHN

EVANS, LEWIS

EVENCHICK, BARRY

EVANS, BILL

EWESON, DOROTHY (Mrs. Eric)

EWING, JOHN H.

EXKORN, JASON

FAESCH, JOHN

FAGAN, MARK

FAIRCLOUGH, JOHN

FAKE, GUY L.

FALZO, ANTHONY

FANNIN, JAMES WALKER

FARKAS, JOSEPH

FARLEY, FRANK S.

FARMER, FATHER (see Steinmeyer, Rev. Ferdinand)

FARNER, THOMAS

FARQUHAR, COSMO

FARR, ASA

FARRAND, LIVINGSTON

FARRAND, MAX

FARRAND, RHODA

FARRAND, SAMUEL A.

FARRAND, WILSON F.

FARROW, JAMES

FEAR, JAMES W.

FEAREY, FREDERICK TYSOE

FEDERICI, GAETANO

FEINBERG, SHELDON

FEIST, ABRAM

FEIST, IRVING

FELDER, DR. RODNEY O.

FELMAN, MATTHEW

FELL, JESSE WELDON

FELL, JOHN

FELLER, MILTON A.

FELZENBERG, ALVIN

FENWICK, JOHN

FENWICK, MILLICENT (U.S. Congresswoman)

FERGUSON, ALFRED

FERGUSON, FRANK CARDWELL

FERGUSON, ROBERT R.

FERLAND, E. JAMES

FERNALD, JAMES C.

FERRER, MELCHOR

FEWSMITH, REVEREND JOSEPH

FIELD, CYRUS WEST

FIELDER, WILLIAM C.

FIELDER, JAMES F.

FILLEY, OLIVER D.

FILMORE, CAROLINE C.

FINDLEY, EVERETT T.

FINKLER, RITA S.

FISCH, SINON L.

FISHER, CLARKSON S.

FISHER, HERBERT A.

FISKE, STEPHEN

FITCH, JOHN

FITHIAN, ENOCH

FITHIAN, PHILLIP V.

FITZGERALD, THOMAS F.

FITZHERBERT, RICHARD

FITZPATRICK, REV. M.J.

FITZ-RANDOLPH, ASA BURT

FITZ-RANDOLPH, JACOB

FITZSIMMONS, JOSEPH

FITZSIMMONS, SUNNY JIM

FITZWILLIAM, WILLIAM-WENTWORTH

FLAGG, E. ALMA

FLANAGAN, JAMES L.

FLANAGAN, WILLIAM

FLEMING, JAMES E.

FLEMING, THOMAS J.

FLICK, ALEXANDER C.`

FLORIO, JAMES J.

FLYNN, ELIZABETH GURLEY

FLYNN, FRANK

FLYNN, JAMES J. JR.

FLYNN, JOSEPH M.

FOLEY, ADRIAN M.

FOLEY, GEORGE, F.

FOLSOM, JOSEPH F.

FOLSOM, JOSEPH KIRK

FOMEEN, BASIL

FOOTE, ELIAS J.

FORAN, ARTHUR F.

FORAN, WALTER E.

FORBES, MALCOLM S.

FORCE, PETER

FORCE, JULIANA

FORD, EDWIN P.

FORD/BALDWIN, SAMUEL

FORGOTSON, FLORENCE F.

FORMAN, DAVID

FORMAN, PETER

FORMICA, PALMA

FORRER, CHRISTIAN

FORSYTHE, ALBERT

FORSYTHE, EDWIN B.

FORT, GEORGE FRANKLIN

FORT, JOHN FRANKLIN

FORT, MARGARETTA

FORTE, CHET

FORTUNATO, BUDDY

FOSSER, ROBERT

FOSTER, DANIEL R.

FOSTER, FRANK P.

FOSTER, MARGERY SOMERS

FOSTER, ROBERT E.

FOSTER, SOLOMON

FOSTER, STEPHEN COLLINS

FOULKES, WILLIAM HIRAM

FOWLER, CLARA

FOWLER, SAMUEL

FOWLER, SUSAN

FOX, MARTIN

FOX, VIRGIL

FOY, FRANCIS A.

FOY, JAMES DOTY

FRANCIS, CONNIE

FRANCIS, JOHN J.

FRANCIS, JOSEPH

FRANCIS, JOSEPH A.

FRANCIS, LEWIS

FRANCIS, TENCH

FRANK, SALLY

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN

FRANKLIN, H. BRUCE

FRANKLIN, JOHN HOPE

FRANKLIN, WILLIAM

FRANKLIN, WILLIAM MORRIS

FRANKS, ROBERT

FRANZ, DAVID

FRAZEE, JOHN

FRAZEE, ORION

FRAZER, ALAN

FRAZER, DAVID R.

FREEMAN, ABRAHAM CLARK

FREEMAN, ALDEN

FREEMAN, CLAYTON E.

FREEMAN, GRACE M.

FREEMAN, HENRY W.

FREEMAN, MARY E. WILKINS

FREEMAN, WILBER FORCE

FRELINGHUYSEN, ELIZABETH (Mrs. F.)

FRELINGHUYSEN, EMILY (Mrs. J.)

FRELINGHUYSEN, FREDERICK (1752-1804)

FRELINGHUYSEN, FREDERICK T. (1817-1885)

FRELINGHUYSEN, FREDERICK (1848-1924)

FRELINGHUYSEN, FREDERICK T. (1902-1966)

FRELINGHUYSEN, JOSEPH S.

FRELINGHUYSEN, M.

FRELINGHUYSEN, PETER H.B., SR.

FRELINGHUYSEN, PETER H.B. JR.

FRELINGHUYSEN, RODNEY

FRELINGHUYSEN, RODNEY P.

FRELINGHUYSEN, THEODORE

FREMONT, JESSIE BENTON

FREMONT, JOHN C.

FRENEAU, PHILIP

FRERICHS, WILLIAM C.A.

FRICK, HENRY CLAY

FRIEDLAND, DAVID

FRIEDMAN, JOSEPH

Friedman, Milton (1912-2006)

  • Rutgers based economist whose ideas helped reshape markets and governments and gave impetus to American conservatism in the late 20th century

FROST, A.B.

FUHRMAN, JOSEPH H.

FULD, CAROLINE B.F.

FULD, FELIX

FULD, DR. LEONHARD

FULLER, GAIL

FULLERTON, JOHN Q.A.

FULPER, JOSEPH E.

FULTON, ROBERT

FUNK, C. REED

FUNK, ISAAC K.

FURNAS, J.C.

GABY, DANIEL

GADDIS, ELISHA B.

GAETA, SEBASTIAN

GAGE, MARGARET KEMBLE

GAINES, MRS. EDITH JONES

GALFAS, TIMOTHY

GALLAGHER, HAZEL

GALLAWAY, WILLIAM S.

GALLO, DEAN

GALLUP, GEORGE H.

GAMBACCINI, LOUIS

GAMBLE, KATHRYN E.

GARBER, DANIEL

GARBER, ROBERT S.

GARDINER, MURIEL (BUTTINGER)

GARDNER, LEWIS

GARDNER, WALTER P.

GARFIELD, JAMES A.

GARIBALDI, JOHN J.

GARIBALDI, MARIE L.

GARIS, HOWARD R.

GARRABRANT, WALTER W.

GARRETSON, ABRAM

GARRISON, LINDLEY MILLER

Garrison, Samuel Loder (b. 1845)

  • Former Dean of Newspaper Editors of the State

GARRISON, THEODOSIA

GARRISON, WENDELL P.

GARVAN, ANTHONY

GARY, JIM

GASSER, HENRY

GASTON, MARY E.

GASTON, WILLLIAM F.

GATES, RUSSELL C.

GAUSS, CHRISTIAN

GAVER, MARY VIRGINIA

GAY, HERBERT S.

GEDDES, ROBERT L.

GEDNEY, LIDA C. (MRS. GEORGE)

GEISSHAINER, JACOB A

GELINEAU, VICTOR

GELVIN, EDWARD H.

GENOVESE, EUGENE

GENSEMER, OGDEN D.

GEORGE, BARBARA

GEORGE, CHARLES A.

GEORGE, CHRISTOPHER

GEORGE, HENRY

GERETY, PETER LEO

GERLACH, LARRY R.

GESNER, OSCAR

GESSNER, MARTIN

GIBBONS, HELEN D. (Mrs. Herbert)

GIBBONS, THOMAS

GIBBS, THEODORE B.

GIBBY, EDGAR M.

GIBNEY, FRANK F.

GIBSON, ALTHEA

GIBSON, CHARLES & ARLENE

GIBSON, KENNETH (Mayor of Newark)

GIBSON, JOHN S.

GIDDES, WILLIAM W.

GIESE, CARL A.

GIFFORD, CHARLES ALLING

GIGNOUX, FRANCOIS REGIS

GILBERT, CHARLES B.

GILBERT, SEYMOUR PARKER

GILBRETH, LILLIAN (Mrs. Frank)

GILDER, JEANNETTE L.

GILDER, JOSEPH B.

GILDER, RICHARD WATSON

GILL, AGNES MONTGOMERY

GILLESPIE, ANGUS K.

GILLESPIE, JOHN BIRKS (DIZZY)

GILMARTIN, RAYMOND

GILMORE, CURTIS

GIMIGLLIANO, MICHAEL N.

GINSBERG, ALLEN [1926-1997] (Poet)

GINSBERG, LOUIS

GIRION, BARBARA

GLEN, CHARLES T.

GLUCK, HAZEL

GNICHTEL, EDWARD E.

GOBLE, ABBY LYON ANDRUSS

GOBLE, LEWIS

GOBLE, LUTHER S.

GODFREY, ARTHUR

GODFREY, CARLOS

GODFREY, EDWARD S.

GODWIN, ABRAHAM JR.

GOELET, FRANCIS

GOERKES, OTTILIE N. VELSOR (Mrs. Rudolph Jonathan)

GOHEEN, ROBERT F.

GOLDBERG, SONIA W.

GOLDBERGER, DR. JOSEPH

GOLDMAN, LAWRENCE

GOLDMAN, MACLYN S.

GOLDMANN, SIDNEY

GOLDSTEIN, S. JAMES

GOOMAN, RICHARD F.

GOODWIN, ABIGAIL

GOODWIN, HANNIBAL

GORDON, EMMA VICTORIA

GORDON, ISAAC

GORDON, PHILIP

GORDON, THOMAS

GORDON, THOMAS FRANCIS

GORLEIGH, REX

GORMAN, PAUL A.

GORMLEY, WILLIAM L.

GOSLIN, LEON ALLEN (GOOSE)

GOTTHOLD, ROSE

GOTTLIEB, THEODORE

GOULD, EZRA

GOULIAN, DR. MEHRAN

GOURDINE, MEREDITH C.

GOWEN, FREDERICK

GRACE, EUGENE GIFFORD

GRAHAM, DAVID G. JR.

GRAHAM, JOHN

GRANBERRY, WEBB E.

GRANDIN, ELIZABETH

GRANT, GABRIEL

GRANT, HARRY

GRANT, LOUIS W.

GRANT, RONALD M.

GRANT, ULYSSES S.

GRANT, WILLIAM A.

GRASSMAN, LAURENCE

GRAVATT, FRANK PIERCE

GRAVES, FRANK

GRAVES, MICHAEL

GRANVILLE, WILLIAM

GRAY, GEORGE R.

GRAY, ROBERT JR.

GRAY, WALTER S.

GRAY, ALFRED M.

GRECO, FRANK

GREELY, HORACE

GREELISH, THOMAS

GREENE, ALBERT

GREEN, GEORGE G.

GREEN, HORTENSE

GREEN, JACOB

GREEN, JAMES

GREEN, LEWIS M.

GREEN, ROBERT S.

GREEN, RUFUS S.

GREEN, SAMUEL ABBOTT

GREENBERG, FLORENCE

GREENE, JOSEPH W.

GREENE, MAUD H.B.

GREENE, NATHANIEL

GREENE, VERNON V.

GREENSTONE, REITA

GREGORY, JAMES M.

GREGORY, JULIAN A.

GREGORY, WAYLANDE

GRELE, J. RONALD

GREY, VIVIAN

GREY, WILMA

GRIEFF, CONSTANCE M.

GRIFFES, CHARLES TOMLINSON

GRIFFIN, EDWARD D.

GRIFFITH, JOHN H.

GRIFFITHS, THOMAS S.

GRIFFIN, WILLIAM J.

GRIGGS, JOHN LEAVITT

GRIGGS, JOHN W.

GRIMKE, ANGELINA AND SARAH

GROEL, FREDERICK H.

GROSS, MASON

GROSS, J. GEORGE

GRUHNERT, HERMAN C.

GRUNDY, J. OWEN

GUARINI, FRANK

GULICK, HENRY T.

GUMMERE, BARKER

GUMMERE, WILLIAM

GUNN, JOSEPH H.

GUTHORN, PETER

GUTMAN, EDYTHE D.

GUTTMAN, HOWARD

GWINNETT, BUTTON

GWINNUP, JABEZ

HAAGE, KATLEEN

HABERLE, JOAN

HABERLY, LOYD

HADDON, ELIZABETH

HAGEDORN, GARRETT W.

HAGEMAN, ANDREW J.

HAGEMAN, HOWARD G.

HAGLER, MARVIN

HAGNY, JOHN

HAHN, JOSEPH

HAGUE, FRANK

HAHNES, DONALD L.

HAINES, ALANSON AUSTIN

HAINES, EDWARD B.

HAINES, DANIEL

HAINES, C. WILLIAM

HAINES, MARGARET DOUGLAS

HALEY, CHARLES T.

HALL, REV. EDWARD WHEELER

HALL, FREDERICK W.

HALL, HENRY H.

HALL, WARREN S.

HALL, WILLIAM

HALLECK, HENRY WEGER

HALLOWAY, WILLIAM W.

HALPERT, HERBERT

HALSEY, EDMUND

HALSEY, FORREST

HALSEY, WILLIAM (1770-1843)

HALSEY, WILLIAM F.

HALSTED, N. NORRIS

HAMABE, FRANK EMRITZ

HAMID, GEORGE JR.

HAMILL, SAMUEL M.

HAMILTON, ALEXANDER

HAMILTON, GRETCHEN

HAMILTON, WILLARD J.

HAMILTON, WILLIAM R. "SLIDING BILLY"

HAMMEL, MARY

HAMMER, ARMAND

HAMMOND, CALEB D. JR

HAMMOND, D. STANTON

HAMPSON, JOHN

HANCOCK, CORNELIA

HANCOCK, JOHN

HANCOCK, (CAPT.) JOY BRIGHT

HANCOCK, SARA SHEPPARD

HANCOCK, WILLIAM S.

HAND, CONSTANCE

HAND, JOHN

HAND, KENNETH C.

HANDLEY, WALTER

HANEMAN, VINCENT S.

HANNA, CHARLES A.

HANNAHS, WILSON HENRY

HANSON, JOHN

HANSON, JON F.

HARBISON, JOHN

HARDENBERGH, HENRY J.

HARDWICK, C. CHEEVER

HARDIN, CHARLES R.

HARDIN, JOHN R.

HARDWICK, CHARLES

HARLAND, MARIAN (see Terhune, Mary Virginia)

HARMAR, JOSIAH

HARMS, JOHN

HARPER, ROBERT

HARRIS, EARL

HARRIS, FREDERICK H.

HARRISON, J. HENRY

HARRISON, WILLIAM HENRY & SUSAN

HART, CHARLES E.

HART, DAVID

HART, GEORGE O.

HART, JEROME A.

HART, JOHN

HART, JOHN DALY

HART, TERRY

HARTE, BRET

HARTFORD, JOHN

HARTFORD, GEORGE L.

HARTLEY, JONATHAN SCOTT

HARTLEY, MARSDEN

HARTSHORN, CORA L.

HARTSHORNE, RICHARD (JUDGE)

HARTSHORNE, RICHARD

HARTT, GEORGE LEBARON

HARVEY, CORNELIUS B.

HARVEY, DAVID

HARVEY, FRANK

HARVEY, GEORGE

HARVEY, LEVENOUS J.

HARWOOD, SANFORD

HASENCLEVER, PETER

HASSAN, H.M. II

HASSLER, RUDOLPH

HASTINGS, FRANCIS RAWDON

HATHAWAY, ROBERT W.

HATHAWAY, SYBIL (DAME OF SARK)

HAUCK, LYDIA BAUER

HAWKES, ALBERT W.

HAUPTMAN, BRUNO

HAWKES, E.Z.

HAY, J. LEWIS

HAY, JAMES R.

HAYCOCK, DR. CHRISTINE

HAYDEN, PHIL

HAYES, ALICE W.

HAYES, HOWARD W.

HAYES, WILLIAM PRESTON

HAYNES, JOSEPH E.

HAYTAIAN, GARABED (CHUCK)

HAYWOOD, BILL

HAZEN, PHINEAS K.

HEADLEY

HEARD, NATHAN C.

HEASLIP, WM.

HEATH, WALTER C.

HEBARD, CAROLINE

HEDDEN, JOSEPH JR.

HEDGES, NATHAN

HEDGES, SAMUEL J.B.

HEIKKILA, RICHARD E.

HEIMROD, LUCILLE H.

HEINE, ETHEL TERWILLIGER

HEINISCH, ROCHUS

HEINLEIN, FATHER MICHAEL

HEISING, RAYMOND A.

HEISLER, JOHN S.

HEISLEY, CHARLES W.

HEISLEY, WILBUR A.

HEIZER, DOROTHY

HELLER, PAUL E.

HELMS, RICHARD

HENDERSON, ALEXANDER

HENDERSON, HENRY

HENDRICKS, BAKER

HENDRICKSON, ELIPHALET

HENINGBURG, GUSTAV

HENKEL, ELLA COX

HENNESSY, EDWARD L. JR.

HENNEFELD, PAUL

HENRY, PATRICK

HENRY, THOMAS S.

HENSON, WILLIAM SAMUEL

HEPBURN, JAMES C.

HEPPENHEIMER, WILLIAM C.

HERBERMANN, MARGARET SULLIVAN

HERBERT, FRANCIS X.

HENNESSY, EDWARD L. JR

HERBERT, HENRY WILLIAM

HERBERT, LAWRENCE

HERBST, JOHN

HERPERS, FERDINAND J.

HERPERS, HENRY F. SR.

HERPERS, HENRY F. JR.

HERRICK, HUGH M.

HERRING, JAMES

HERRMANN, FREDERICK

HERRON, JOHN S.

HERVEY, DANIEL E.

HERZBERG, MAX J.

HESS, LEON

HESSEL, JOHN

HESTON, ALFRED M.

HETFIELD, WALTER L.

HEWITT, ABRAM S.

HEWITT, EDWARD R.

HEWITT, H. KENT

HEWLETT, J. MONROE

HEYDT, CHARLES

HEYMAN, HORACE W.

HEYDT, CHARLES

HEYMAN, ROBERT E.

HICKMAN, EMILY

HIGBIE, JAMES S.

HIGGINS, MARION WEST

HILDRETH, RICHARD

HILL, DEBRA

HILL, FRANK P.

HILL, JOACHIM

HILL, JOSHUA

HILL, HOMER

HILLIARD, JOSHUA

HILLIER, JAMES

HILLYER, ROBERT

HINCHLIFFE, JOHN

HINCHMAN, JOSEPH C.

HINDS, LENNOX

HINE, CHARLES C.

HINES, JEROME (Opera Singer)

HIPP, FRDERICK L.

HIRKALA, JOSEPH

HIRSCH, KEN

HOAGLAND, CLAYTON

HOAGLAND, HUDSON

HOAGLAND, WILLIAM W.

HOBART, CAROLINA FRYE (Mrs. Garret A.)

HOBART, GARRET A.

HOBERT, JESSE J.

HOCKER, WILLIAM E.

HOCKING, JAMES E.

HOFF, D.C.R.

HOFFMAN, EUGENE AUG.

HOFFMAN, HAROLD G.

HOFFMAN, WILLIAM H.

HOGUET, LAWRENCE

HOLBROOK, CHARLES W.F.

Holden, Dr. Edgar (November 3, 1838-July 18, 1909)

  • Physician & Surgeon; specialist in diseases of the larynx; Princeton graduate; U.S. Naval Surgeon during the Civil War; author; spent much of his life in Newark

HOLDEN, JAMES C.

HOLDEN, LEVI

HOLDERMAN, CARL

HOLLAND, ARTHUR

HOLLAND, JOHN P.

HOLLANDER, T. EDWARD

HOLLENBECK, GEORGE R. AND HAROLD J.

HOLLENDERSKY, GEORGE

HOLLINSHEAD, MORGAN

HOLLOWAY, DR. FRED MASTERS

HOLM, CELESTE

HONAMAN, R. KARL

HOMER, WINSLOW

HONEYMAN, A. VAN DOREN

HONEYMAN, JOHN

HONEYMAN, PETER N.

HOOD, JOHN D.

HOOD, LOUIS

HOPKINS, CHARLES F.

HOOKS, LONNA

HOPP, ADOLPH

HOPKINSON, FRANCIS

HOPWOOD, ISALAH E.

HORGAN, STEPHEN HENRY

HORN, JEFFREY A.

HORN, JOHN

HORN, MICHAEL M.

HORNBLOWER, JOSIAH

HORNBLOWER, WILLIAM B.

HORNBLOWER, WILLIAM H.

HORTER, EARLE

HOSACK, DAVID

HOTCHKISS, DOROTHY LARSON (Mrs. Bruce W.)

HOUCK, F. PAUL

HOURIHAN, JOHN H.

HOUSTON, WHITNEY

HOUSTON, WILLIAM CHURCHILL

HOVNANIAN, HIRAIR

HOVNANIAN, KEVORK

HOWARD, JAMES J.

HOWARD, M. WILLIAM

HOWARTH, CHARLES

HOWE, E.W.

HOWE, EDWIN J.

HOWE, F. STANLEY

HOWE, GEORGE R.

HOWE, WILLIAM R.

HOWELL, ARCHIBALD A.

HOWELL, JAMES E.

HOWELL, JOHN C.

HOWELL, RICHARD

HOWELL, THEODORE PIKE

HOYT, HANNAH

HSU, MING

HUBER, FREDERICK

HUDDY, JOSHUA

HUDSON, HENRY

HUDSON, WADE

HUDSPETH (BENSON), MARY

HUDSPETH, ROBERT S.

HUGHES, BETTY

HUGHES, CHARLES E.

HUGHES, DAVID

HUGHES, EDWARD

HUGHES, JOHN F.

HUGHES, MILDRED BARRY (Mrs. Peter L.) (State Assemblywoman)

HUGHES, RICHARD J.

HUGHES, SALLY PAGE

HUGHES, WILLIAM (1932- )

HUGHES, WILLIAM A.

HUGHES, WILLIAM M.

HUGHEY, ROBERT E.

HULL, JOAN

HULMES, BERTRUM R.

HULZISER, ANN PHELPS (Mrs. Russell)

HUMMELL, FRANCIS F.

HUMPHREYS, ALEXANDER C.

HUNT, CHARLES T. SR.

HUNT, EZRA MUNDY

HUNT, GEORGE L.

HUNT, HARRY L.

HUNT, JAMES

HUNT, JOSEPH HILL

HUNT, SANFORD

HUNT, WILLIAM S.

HUNT, WILLIAM T.

HUNTER, JESSIE P.

HUNTER, ROBERT

HUNTINGTON, HENRY E.

HUNTOON, JOSIAH P.

HUREWITZ, FLORENCE

HURLEY, RICHARD

HURWITZ, DR. MARK W.

HUTCHINSON, ABRAHAM ROGER

HUTCHINSON, ELMER

HUTCHINS, THOMAS

HYATT, JOHN W.

HYDE, DONALD

HYER, JOHN

HYLAND, WILLIAM

HYMNOWITZ, NORMAN M.D.

IGLEHART, FERDINAND C.

ILL, CARL H.

ILL, EDGAR A.

ILL, EDMUND W.

ILL, EDWARD J.

ILL, HERBERT M.

IMMORDINO, ROBERT

IMPERIALE, ANTHONY

INGE, HUTCHINS F.

INGERSOLL, CHARLES H.

INGLIS, REV. DR. ROBERT S.

INNESS, GEORGE

INNESS, GEORGE JR.

IORIO, LOUIS

IRVING, DAVID O.

IRVING, WASHINGTON

IRWIN, BARBARA S.

ISLIN, PHILIP H.

ISPANKY, LASZLO

IVES, CHARLES

IVISON, HENRY

JACKMAN, CHRIS

JACKSON, ANDREW

JACKSON, CHARLES

JACKSON, DONALD

JACKSON, EDWARD W.

JACKSON, JOHN P. JR.

JACKSON, NAGLE

JACOBS, KATE

JACOBSEN, ANTONIO

JACOBSON, JOEL R.

JACOBSON, FREDERICK A.

JAKI, STANLEY L.

JAMES, D. WILLIS

JAMES, SHARPE

JAMIESON, A.F.

JANCOVIUS, WILLIAM THEODORE

JANES, EDWARD H.

JANEWAY, HENRY L.

JANOWSKI, LORETTA

JANSKY, KARL G.

JARRARD, LEVI DALRYMPLE

JEFFERSON, JOSEPH

JEFFERSON, ROCHELLE

JEFFERSON, THOMAS

Jelliff, John  [1813-1893]

  • Leading cabinetmaker in mid 19th century Newark

  • See also; Biography V/F — Eagleton, Florence Peshine (his granddaughter)

JENKINS, DAVID W.

JENKINS, HARVEY

JENNINGS, KENNETH O.

JERITZA, MARIA

JOHNSON, ALEXANDER BRYAN

JOHNSON, BARBARA

JOHNSON, CORDELIA GREENE

JOHNSON, ELIZABETH

JOHNSON, HENRY W.

JOHNSON, J. SEWARD

JOHNSON, J. SEWARD JR.

JOHNSON, JACOB C.

JOHNSON, JAMES P.

JOHNSON, JOHN COUSE

JOHNSON, LEONARD C.

JOHNSON, LORNA

JOHNSON, LYNN

JOHNSON, ROBERT G.

JOHNSON, ROBERT WOOD

JOHNSON, RUFUS

JOHNSON, SYLVIA

JOHNSON, THOMAS

JOHNSON, WILLIAM HARVEY

JOHNSON, WILLIAM M.

JOHNSTON, AARON E.

JOLIFFE, C.C.

JONES, BUCKY

JONES, CHARLES H.

JOLINE, BENJAMIN F.

JONES, ARTHUR S.

JONES, ELIZABETH

JONES, ENOS F., R.

JONES, JOE

JONES, LEWIS WEBSTER

JONES, LEROI (BARAKA)

JONES, JOHN PAUL

JONES, KIMBERLY (LIL' KIM)

  • Entertainer -Rapper

JONES, ROBERT TRENT

JONES, REV. SAMUEL

JONES, THOMAS W.

JONES, WILLIAM A.

JOSEPHS, MATT

JOY, HOMER T.

JOYCE QUINTUPLETS

JUBE, JOHN P.

JUET, ROBERT

KAHN, MICHAEL

KAISER, JOHN BOYNTON

KALATA, BARBARA

KALB, S. WILLIAM

KALIK, BARBARA

KANE, ALAN J.

KANN, PETER R.

KANTOLA, CARL

KANOUSE, PETER

KAPLAN, JAMES

KARCHER, ALAN J.

KARGE, JOSEPH

KARNELL, WAYNE

KASSELL, PAULA

KASSLEBAUM, NANCY

KATES, HENRY

KATO, KAY

KATZ, JOHN

KATZENBACH, EDWARD L.

KATZENBACH, FRANK SNOWDEN, JR. (1868-1921)

  • Also known as Frank S. Katzenbach, Jr.of Trenton, Mercer Cty, N.J. Born in Trenton, Mercer Cty, NJ, Nov. 6, 1868. Son of FrankSnowden Katzenbach and Augusta (Mushbach) Katzenbach; married, Nov. 10, 1904, toNatile (McNeal) Grunn. Democrat. Presbyterian. German ancestry. Lawyer. Mayor ofTrenton, NJ, 1902-06. Democratic nominee for Governor of NJ, 1907; Lost nomination at Democratic Convention, 1910; Lost Democratic primary, 1913. Associate justice of NJ Supreme Court. Died Sept. 15, 1921. Burial location unknown.

 

KATZENBACH, MARIE H. (Mrs. Edward L.)

KATZENBACH, NICHOLAS

KAUFELT, ROBERT

KAYS, HENRY T.

KAYS, THOMAS M.

KEAN, ALEXANDER L.

KEAN, HAMILTON F.

KEAN, JOHN (1851-1914)

KEAN, JOHN (1889-1949)

KEAN, JOHN (1929- )

KEAN, MARY ALICE BARNEY

KEAN, ROBERT

KEAN, THOMAS H.

KEARNEY, MICHAEL

KEARNEY, PHILIP, GENL

KEARNY, AGNES

KEARNY, LAWRENCE

KEARNY, STEPHEN WATTS

KEARSE, DR. MYRA SMITH

KEECH, GEORGE T

KEESE-COLLES, JULIA

KEITH, WILLIAM H.

KELLEY, JOSEPH W.

KELLOGG, JAMES C. 3RD

KELLOGG, ELIZABETH I.

KELLY, CHARLES J.

KELLY, TOM

KELSEY, JENNIE SKOLNIK (Mrs. Frederick T.)

KELT, THOMAS

KEMP, ARIEL

KENNEDY, JAMES F.

KENNEDY, JAQUELINE

KENNEDY, SAMUEL

KENNEY, DAVID E.

KENNEY, JANE

KENNEY, JOHN A.

KENNEY, JOHN V.

KENNY, RUSSELL

KENT, GEORGE F.

KERNEY, JAMES

KERN, WALTER, JR.

KEROVAC, JACK

KESPER, JEFFREY A.

KESSINGER, JUDGE H.C.

KESSLER, HENRY H.

KETCHAM, GEORGE W.

KETCHAM, SAMUEL B.

KEY, FRANCIS SCOTT

KIDD, WALTER

KIDD, WILLIAM

KIENAST QUINTUPLETS

KILGORE, ANTHONY

KILGORE, BERNARD

KILMER, JOYCE

KILPATRICK, HUGH JUDSON

KILLGORE, ROBERT J.

KIMBALL, KATE F.

KIMMELMAN, IRWIN

KING, DONALD

KING, GWENDOLYN

KING, JAMES GORE

KING, JOHN

KING, SANDRA

KINGMAN, RUSSELL B.

KINGSLEY, SIDNEY

KINGSLEY, WILLIAM J.

KINKEAD, E.F.

KINNAIRD, CLARK

KINNAN, MARY

KINNEY, ELIZABETH CLEMENTINE

KINNEY, THOMAS T.

KINNEY, WILLIAM BURNET

KINNEY, WILLIAM B., II

KINSEY, CHARLES

KIP, CHARLES J.

KIPP, DONALD

KIREKER, C. FRANK

KIRKPATRICK, ANDREW

KIRKWOOD, LOREN

KISLAK, JULIUS I.

KITCHELL, AARON

KITTRELS, ALANZO

KLEIN, ANN

KLEINERT, ROBERT W.

KLUGHAUPT, DOROTHY KETHLEY

KNAPP, EDWARD D.

KNIGHT, E.C.

KNIGHT FAMILY

KNIGHT, REV. GEORGE L.

KNOX, CHARLES EUGENE

KNOX, HENRY

KNOX, LUCY

KOCH, JANET

KOCH, E.H.

KOCH, EDWARD I.

KOEDEL, R. CRAIG

KOENIG, ROBERT J.

KOLLNER, AUGUSTUS

KOLLOCK, SHEPARD

KONCHER, LEO

KONRAD, ADOLF

KORDJA, ELIZABETH M. (Mrs.

Raymond)

KOSIK, GUSTAVE

KOSSICK, ROBERT

KOUNTZE, LUTHER

KOVACS, ERNIE

KRAMER, DANIEL

KRAMER, FRANK L.

KRANICH, EDWARD

KREIMER, RICHARD

KRENTZIN, EARL

KRESS, JOHN W.

KRICK, ALFRED HENRY

KRIEBL, OSCAR SCHULTZ

KROEH, CHARLES F.

KRUEGER, GOTTFRIED

KRUMGOLD, JOSEPH

KRUTTSCHNITT, HERBERT

KUGLER, JOHN B.

KULKA, BARBARA

KULKMAN, HENRY C.

KURTZ, ANTHONY D.

KUYPER, HENDRICK

LACEY, FREDERICK

LADD, JOHN

LADD, KATE

LAFAYETTE

LAKE, SIMON

LAMB, MRS. BRIDGET SHANLEY

LAMBERT, CATHOLINA

LAMBERT, DON

LAMBERT, MRS. GERALD B.

LAMENDOLA, LINDA

LAMONT, LAURA D.S.

LaMONTE, GEORGE

LAMPMAN, LEWIS

LANCE, LEONARD

LANCE, WESLEY L.

LANDAU, JACOB

LANDIS, CHARLES K.

LANDSBURGER, KURT

LANDON, MRS. S. WHITNEY

LANE, CARL A.

LANE, WHEATON J.

LANG, HENRY

LANG, WALTER

LANGE, DOROTHEA

LANGELLA, FRANK A. JR.

LANGELLA, FRANK A. SR.

LANNING, WILLIAM

LARISON, CORNELIUS WILSON

LARSON, MORGAN F.

LARKIN, RICHARD J.

LAROCCA, NICHOLAS

LARSEN, LOUIS

LATHAM, HAROLD

LATIMER, LEWIS H.

LATROBE, BENJAMIN H.

LAUTENBERG, FRANK

LAUTENBERG, LOIS LEVENSON

LAW, FREDERICK

LAWRENCE, CHARLES A.

LAWRENCE, JAMES

LAYTON, PETER

LEAVITT, STANLEY

LEBKUECHER, JULIUS A.

LEDERMAN, SUSAN

LEE, BENJAMIN F.

LEE, CHARLES

LEE, FRANCIS BAZLEY

LEE, HARRY (LIGHTHORSE)

LEE, J. BEVERIDGE

LEE, JAMES

LEE, JOHN B. SR.

LEE, MARY DODD (Mrs. William A.)

LEE, PETER

LEE-SMITH, HUGHIE

LEECH, WILMER R.

LEEDS, JEREMIAH

LEFRAK, SAMUEL J.

LEHLBACH, FRANCES M.

LEHLBACH, HERMAN B.

LEFEVER, MINARD

LEHAN, BARBARA

LEHMANN, CARL

LEHMANN, WILLIAM E.

LEIBY, ADRIAN COULTER

LEITCH, ALEXANDER

LELONG, ALEXANDER

LELONG, LOUIS

LENDER, MARK E.

LENIX-HOOKER, CATHERINE

LENNEY, ANNIE

LEONARD, OLIVER B.

LERNER, IRWIN

LERNER, HARRY

LEVINE, IRWIN

LESENGER, JAY

LEVIN, ADAM

LEVITT, JAMES H.

LEWIS, SIR ARTHUR

LEWIS, CARL

LEWIS, HENRY

LEWIS, ISAAC NEWTON

LEWIS, JAMES F.

LEWIS, JERRY

LEWIS, MARION L.

LEWIS, MARY

LEWIS, ROBERT F. II

LEWIS, RONALD

LEWIS, SINCLAIR

LEWIS, VIVIAN M.

LEYDT, MATTHEW

LEYNER, MARK

LIBBEY, ROSALIND

LICHTENBERGER, ARTHUR CARL

LICHTMAN, DORIS

LIEB, JOHN W.

LIFLAND, JOHN

LIGHT, JUDITH

LIGHTER, MILTON C.

LIL' KIM

LINKLETTER, ARTHUR

LILLEY, ROBERT D.

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM (3 FILES)

LINCOLN, FRANKLIN BENJAMIN JR.

LINCOLN, MARY TODD

LINDBERGH, CHARLES

LINDENFELD, EMIL

LINDER, BILL

LINDNER, ANNA

LINDQUIST, RAYMOND I.

LINEN (LINNEN), GEORGE

LINES, EDWIN S.

LINN, WILLIAM

LIPMAN, JACOB GOODALE

LIPMAN, WYNONA

LIPPEL, RAY (Mrs. David)

LITTELL, JOHN

LITTLE, CHARLES E.

LITTLE, CONSTANCE

LIVINGSTON, PHILIP

LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM

LLOYD, GEORGE WM.

LLOYD, AARON

Lloyd, John B. (1932-2003)]

  • Historian; Author; Librarian Referred to as "Long Beach Island's historian"; authored the books Six Miles At Sea (1990) and Eighteen Miles (1986).

LLOYD, JOHN HENRY

LOCKWOOD, KEN

LOCKWOOD, RICHARD B.

LOKUTA, DONALD

LONG, ISAAC S.

LONG, VIRGINIA

LONGO, JOHN R.

LONGSTREET, EDWIN P.

LONGSTREET, JAMES

LORD, CLIFFORD L.

Lordi, Joseph P. [1919-1983]

  • 1st Chairman of the Casino Control Commission (1977); Essex County Prosecutor; Director of the State Division of Alcohol Beverage Control (1964-1968)

  • See also: Subject Vertical File — Gambling

Loree, Leonor Fresnel [1858-    ]

  • President, Baltimore and Ohio RR; President of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific RR; Trustee of Rutgers; one of the founders of the New Jersey College for Women

Losey, John C. [    -1948]

  • Common Pleas Judge of Sussex County (1931-1948). In 1941 he upheld the constitutionality of New Jersey’s “race hatred” statute of 1935. His decision was later overturned by the State Supreme Court on grounds that the decision was a violation of the free speech provisions of the NJ and Federal Constitutions.

Louria, Donald, M.D.

  • Professor and Chairman of the Department of Preventive Medicine and Community Health at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Dr. Louria is an authority on toxic waste disposal.

Love, Leslie C., M.D. [    -1949?]

  • Surgeon at Mountainside Hospital, Montclair, Montclair Town Physician, Descendant of the Crane family.

LOVE, ROBERT C.

LOVEJOY, CLARENCE E.

LOW, ALEXANDER

LOWELL, WILLIAM

LOZOWICK, LOUIS

LUCE, DONALD J.

LUCIANO, ROBERT P.

LUCKY, ROBERT W.

LUDLOW, GEORGE C.

LUM, CHARLES M.

LUM, EDWARD H.

LUM, FREDERICK H.

LUM, RALPH E.

LUM, RICHARD

LUNNY, ROBERT M.

LUTZ, ANNE

LYNCH, JOHN A.

LYNCH, RICHARD A.

LYNN, WILLIAM C.

LYON, ADRIAN

LYON, JAMES

MCADAMS, ROBERT H.

MCAFEE, WALTER

MCBRIDE, J. NEVINS

MCBRIDE, WILLIAM M.

MCCAFFREY, EUGENE

MCCAIN, WILLIAM H.

MCCANN, WILLIAM E.

MCCARRICK, THEODORE E.

MCCARTER, ROBERT H.

MCCARTER, THOMAS N. (1824-1901)

MCCARTER, THOMAS N. (1867-1955)

MCCARTER, UZAL H. (1861-1931)

MCCARTER, UZAL H. (1902-1957)

MACCARTHY, MRS. C.

MCCHESNEY, WILLIAM

MCCLINTOCK, EMORY

MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B.

MCCLOSKEY, JAMES

MCCLOY, JOHN

MCCONNELL, BURT MORT

MCCONNELL, DR. WALTER

MCCONNELL, WILLIAM M.

MCCORMICK, RICHARD L.

MCCORMICK, RICHARD P.

MCCOSH, JAMES

MCCRACKEN, MARY

MCCREA, JANE

MCCULLOCH, GEORGE P.

MCDERMOTT, FRANK X.

MCDONNELL, JOSEPH PATRICK

MCGREEVEY, JAMES

MACDONALD, KENNETH

MCDONNELL, CHARLES J.

MCDONOUGH, ROGER H.

MCDOWELL, RACHEL K.

MCDOWELL, WILLIAM

MCDOWELL, WILLIAM OSBORNE

MCFARLAND, JOHN T.

MCFAUL, JAMES A.

MCGEEHAN, JOHN B.

MCGILL, JOHN D.

MACGINNIS, HENRY R.

MCGLYNN, EDWARD

MCGLYNN, RICHARD B.

MCGRATH, EDWARD A.

MCGREGOR, DAVID

MCGUIRE, PETER J.

MCGUIRE, THOMAS B. JR.

MCINNES, MILTON G.

MCINTIRE, CARL

MCINTIRE, CHARLES

MCCARROLL, DR. E. MAY

MACKAY, JOHN

MCKEAN, ROBERT

MACKENZIE, MORRIS R.S.

MCKENNA, EDWARD J.

MCKELVEY, BILL

MCKEW, CHARLES

MCKIRGAN, THOMAS F.

MCLAIN, RUTH

MACLAREN, WILLIAM STEVENSON

MCLAUGHLIN, ANN

MCLAUGHLIN, FRANK W.

MCLEAN, ALEXANDER

MACCLEAN, JOHN

MCLEAN, MALCOLM

MCMAHON, CECIL

MCMAHON, WILLIAM

MCMILLON, VERA BRANTLEY

MCMULLEN, HENRY C.

MCMULLEN, JOHN

MACNAUGHTON, DONALD S.

MCNULTY, WILLIAM

MCPHEE, JOHN

MCPHERSON, JOHN R.

MCPHERSON, SIMON JOHN

MCQUILKIN, HARMON H.

MACNAMARA, DR. E.E.

MCRAE, GEORGE W.

MCVAY, SCOTT

MCVEY, WILLIAM J.

MACWHORTER, ALEXANDER

MAAS, BERNARD

MAAS, CLARA

MABIE, HAMILTON WRIGHT

MABON, REV. DR.

MACE, MARGARET

MACKINTOSH, SARAH

MADDEN, THOMAS B.

MAGIE, DAVID

MAGLIOZZI, ROCCO JR.

MAGRATH, EDMUND

MAHAN, EDNA

MANCUSI-UNGARO, LODOVICO

MANDEVILLE, FRANK NESLER

MANDEVILLE, FREDERICK B.

MANDEVILLE, THEODORE S., JR.

MANN, ARTHUR S.

MANN, JOHN

MANNERS, LUCILE

MANNING, J.K.

Manning, Max (ca. 1919-2003)]

  • Baseball pitcher, Newark Eagles; Was rescinded an offer to tryout with the Detroit Tigers in 1937 after it was determined he was African-American; played for the Newark Eagles, 1938-1948; also played for the Johnson Stars in Atlantic City and Satchel Paige's All-Stars; later a schoolteacher in Pleasantville, N.J.

MANTELL, ROBERT B.

MANTON, JACK

MANUS, RONALD P.

MAPES, JAMES J.

MARANO, ANTHONY (1927-2005)

  • Newscaster for Central NJ radio

MARCHIONE, SR. MARGHERITA

MARCIANTE, CHARLES

MARCOS, FERDINAND

MARESSA, JOSEPH

MARGETTS, WALTER T. & JOSEPHINE S.

MARIN, JOHN

MARKS, ALBERT

MARSH, ELIAS J.

MARSH, JAMES R.

MARSH, JOHN E.

MARSHALL, JAMES W.

MARSHALL, JOHN

MARSHALL, JOHN

MARTENS, CHARLES H.

MARTIN, JAMES

MARTIN, JOHN STUART

MARTIN, JOSEPH

MARTIN, LEWIS J.

MARTIN, WESLEY

MARTINDELL, ANNE C.

MARTINE, JAMES E.

MARTLAND, HARRISON S.

MARVIN, WALTER T.

MASCUCH, J.J.

MASLOW, JONATHAN

MASON, GEORGE

MASON, JOHN

MASON, LOWELL

MASSA, CONRAD H.

MASSON, THOMAS L.

MASTROSIMONE, WILLIAM

MATHEKE, OTTO G.

MATHIS, THOMAS A.

MATTISON, JOHN H.

MATTHEWS, CAPT. AMBROSE M.

MATTHEWS, CHARLES A.

MATTISON, WILLIAM R.

MATUNAS, THOMAS A.

MATUSAK, DR. LARRAINE

MAVERICK, PETER

MAXIM, HUDSON

MAYHAM, RAY E.

MAYS, WILLIE

MAZZEI, PHILIP

MAZER, ROSEMARY

MEAD, SARAH R.

MEADE, DONNA

MEANY, THOMAS F.

MEDNIS, JURIS

MEDSGER, OLIVER PERRY

MEEKER, DAVID M.

MEEKER, JONATHAN M.

MEGIE, BURTIN C.

MEHNERT, GEORGE

MELCHER, M

MELITO, MARIE

MELLBERG, CARL

MELLICK, ANDREW D.

MELVIN, WILLIAM P.S.

MENAUGH, LOUIS R.

MENENDEZ, ROBERT

MENNEN, GEORGE S. (1917-2005)

  • Ex- Chairman of Mennen Co.

MENTZENDORFF, CARL W.

MERCER, HENRY D.

MERCER, HUGH

MERCK, AL

MERCK, GEORGE W.

MERIN, KENNETH

MERLINO, JOSEPH P.

MERRIFIELD, R. BRUCE

Meritt, Benjamin Dean (1899-1989)]

  • Classical Scholar; Pioneer in Greek epigraphy; Professor of Greek and Latin, University of Michigan, 1928-1933; White Professor of Greek, Johns Hopkins University, 1933-1935; was one of the original faculty members of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 1935-1969; contributed heavily to the study of the Athenian Calendar and financial records of the Athenian Empire; his major work was The Athenian Tribute Lists (1939-1953).

MERRITT, KINSEY

MERSHON, JOHN

MESSENGER, JAMES R.

MESMER, OTTO

METTLER, JOHN W.

METTLER, THOMAS H.

METZGER, FRASER

MEYERS, ELSA M.

MEYNER, HELEN

MEYNER, ROBERT

MICHAELS, MARGARET KELLY

MICHALAK, THOMAS

MICHEAUX, ANDRE

MICHEAUX, OSCAR

MIDDLETON, TIMOTHY J.

MIERS, EARL SCHENCK

MILLER, ABRAHAM

MILLER, ARABELLA HALSEY

MILLER, BENJAMIN C.

MILLER, BLOOMFIELD J.

MILLER, DAVID

MILLER, EDWARD

MILLER, GENE

MILLER, GEORGE J.

MILLER, GEORGE MACCULLOCH

MILLER, GLENN

MILLER, IZETTA JEWEL

MILLER, JAMES

MILLER, J. FRED

MILLER, JOSEPHINE F.

MILLER, MRS. PAULINE S.

MILLER, SAMUEL C.

MILLER, SAMUEL

MILLS, BENJAMIN F.

MILLS, EDWARD K.

MILMED, LEON S.

MILSTEIN, MONROE G.

MINISH, JOSEPH G.

MINTZ, DAVID

MINUIT, PETER

MITCHELL, ALMA C.

MITCHELL, JAMES P.

MITCHELL, JANET

MITCHELL, THOMAS

MITCHELL, WILLIAM

MITCHELL, RICHARD

MOCHARY, MARY

MOCKRIDGE, OSCAR A.

MODARELLI, ALFRED E.

MOFFETT, WILLIAM W.

MOKOTOFF, GARY

MOLINA, EDWARD, C.

MOLLER, GEORGE LONG

MOLZER, FELIX

MOMENT, JOHN J.

MONCKTON, COL. HENRY

MONTGOMERY, CHARLOTTE

MOODY, LT. JAMES

MOORE, D. MCFARLAN

MOORE, ECKFORD

MOORE, GEORGE H.

MOORE, A. HARRY

MOORE, JOHN

MOORE, PAUL JR.

MORAN, MARY NIMMO

MORAN, REV. PATRICK

MORAN, THOMAS J.

MOREAU, D. HOWARD

MOREY, CHARLES R.

MORFORD, HENRY

MORGAN, GENERAL JAMES

MORGAN, SONIA

MORRILL, MENDON

MORRIS, EPHRAIM

MORRIS, GEORGE FORD

MORRIS, JOSEPH

MORRIS, LEVI H.

MORRIS, LEWIS

MORRIS, LEWIS S.

MORRIS, MARGARET

MORRIS, ROBERT

MORRIS, C. ROBERT

MORRIS, WILLIAM W.

MORRISON, FREDERICK H.

MORRISON, TONY

MORROW, DWIGHT W.

MORSE, DAVID A.

MORSE, SAMUEL F.B.

MORTIMER, HAROLD E.

MORTON, HENRY

MORTON, WILLIAM C.

MOSES, JOHN E. (1920-2006)

  • Newark teacher, administrator, and principal. Graduated from Seton Hall University and was a member of the Tuskegee Airmen. Taught at Charlton St. School and was Vice Principal at Camden St. School and Principal at Quitman St. and Clinton Ave. Schools.

MOSLEY, VIRGINIA

MOSS, GEORGE H.

MOTT, CHARLES

MOTT, GEORGE SCUDDER

MOTT, SAMUEL D.

MOTTOLA, TONY

MOUNTAIN, WORRELL F.

MUCHMORE, WILLARD S.

MUDD, DR. SAMUEL

MUELLER, HELEN

MULCAHY, ROBERT E. 3RD

MULDOON, PAUL [1951- ] (Poet)

MULHOLLAND, DR. STANFORD W.

MULHEREN, JOHN A. JR.

MULLIGAN, DENNIS

MULLINER, JOE

MULREANY, ROBERT ESQ.

MUNDY, JOHN C.

MUNGER, JESSIE

MUNSICK, GEORGE

MURAT, CAROLINE FRASER (Mrs. Lucien)

MURAT, LUCIEN

MURCHISON, LOREN

MURPHY, FRANKLIN

MURPHY, LAURENCE T.

MURPHY, MIRIAM

MURPHY, OWEN

MURPHY, RAY DICKINSON

MURPHY, VINCENT J.

MURPHY, W. MICHAEL

MURPHY, WILLIAM H.

MURRAY, NICHOLAS

MURRAY, JAMES F. JR.

MURRAY, JOHN

MURRIN, JOHN

MURRAY, JEROME

MURRY, DR. HAROLD

MUSGROVE, EUGENE R.

MUSTO, WILLIAM

MYERS, CHARLES M.

MYERS, GEORGE H.

MYERS, JOHN J.

MYERS, WILLIAM STARR

NAAR, DAVID

NADEL, LOUIS D.

NAST, THOMAS

NATHAN, SIMON

NATOLI, JOSEPH A.

NEAL, GEORGE H.

NEEDHAM, J. JOHN

NEILSON, JAMES

NELSON, IRA R.

NELSON, JULIUS

NELSON, OSWALD

NELSON, WILLIAM

NELSON, WILLIAM C.

NEUBERGER, KATHERINE

NEW JERSEY AUTHORS, GENERAL

NEWBOLDT, MICHAEL T.

NEWELL, WILLIAM A.

NEWHOUSE, S.I.

NEWMAN, JACOB LOUIS

NICHOLS, ISAAC T.

NICHOLS, ROY F.

NIEMCEWICZ, JULIAN U.

NILES, NATHANIEL

NIXON, CAROLINE E.

NIXON, RICHARD M.

NOBLE, GIL

NOBLE, JOSEPH V.

NOE, RENATO

NORFELDT, B.J.O.

NORTHRUP, EDWIN F.

NORTON, ADA CARNAHAN (Mrs. James)

NORTON, HORACE G.

NORTON, MARY T.

NOTESTEIN, FRANK W.

NOTMAN, JOHN

NOYES, ETHYL AND FRED (FRITZ)

NUTTMAN, I.W.

NUTTMAN, LOUIS M.

OAKELY, ANNIE

OAKES, DAVID

OAKES, THOMAS

OATES, JOYCE CAROL

O’BRIEN, ROBERT B. JR.

O’BRIEN, TIM

O’CONNOR, ANDREW, JR.

O’CONNOR, FEATHER

O’CONNOR, FRANK A.

ODELL, JONATHAN

O’DONNELL, WILSON E.

OESTERREICHER, JOHN

OGDEN, BOWERS

OGDEN, AARON

OGDEN, JOHN

OGDEN, JOSEPH

OGDEN, JOSIAH (COLONEL)

OGDEN, MAUREEN

O’GRADY, JOHN A.

O’HANLON, THOMAS

O’HARA, JOHN

O’HERN, DANIEL J.

OLCOTT, FREDERICK P.

OLDEN, CHARLES S.

OLDS, BENJAMIN

OLEKSIK, EDWARD J.

OLIPHANT, DAYTON

OLMSTED, FREDERICK LAW

OLSZOWY, EMIL

O’MALLEY, JASON

O’MARA, EDWARD J.

O’NEAL, ARTHUR

O’NEILL, THOMAS

OPPENHEIMER, J. ROBERT

ORECHIO, CARMEN A.

OREM, JOHN CONDLE

ORI, JOSEPH

ORIOLO, JOSEPH

ORRO, GENE T.

ORTLIP, PAUL D.

ORTON, HENRY B.

ORTON, JAMES D.

OSBORNE, CONOVERS

OSBORNE, EDMUND B.

OSBORNE, HAROLD S.

OSBORNE, LOUIS S.

OSBORNE, WILLIAM H.

OSTERMON, PHILLIP C.

OSTROW, ALICE

OTTAVIANO, GENE

OTTENHOFF, ROBERT G.

OTTINGER, DOUGLASS

OWENS, RONALD

OXNAM, ROBERT F.

PAGE, ALLEN S.

PAIEWONSKY, ISADOR

PAINE, THOMAS

PAINTER, HETTIE K.

PALLEY, REASE

PALMER, DWIGHT, R.G.

PALMER, H. BRUCE

PALMER, RAY

PARCELLS, BILLS

PARELL, MARY LITTLE

PARKER, CHAUNCEY, G.

PARKER, CORTLAND L.

PARKER, CHARLES WOLCOTT

PARKER, CORTLANDT JR. (1857-1917)

PARKER, CORTLANDT

PARKER, NANCY

PARKER, DOROTHY

PARKER, ELIZABETH WOLCOTT (Mrs. Cortlandt)

PARKER, JOEL

PARKER, R. WAYNE

PARKS, BERT

PARSONS, ROBERT W. JR.

PARSONS, ROBERT W.

PASCALE, RAY

PASHMAN, MORRIS

PATCH, SAM

PATE, ELIZABETH ARTHUR

PATERSON, WILLIAM

PATON, STEWART

PATRICK, DR. THOMAS JR.

PATRIZIO, GLORIA

PATTEN, EDWARD

PATTERSON, ISAAC M.

PATTERSON, JOHN C.

PATTERSON, JOHN H.

PATTERSON, ROBERT L.

PATTON, LUDLOW

PAUL, ALICE

PAUL, LES

PAULSEN, GLENN

PAYNE, DONALD

PEALE, REMBRANDT

PEARE, CATHERINE OWENS

PEARSALL, LEIGH M.

PEASE, LUTE

PEARSALL, LEIGH M.

PEARSON, ISAAC

PEARSON, SAMUEL K.

PECK, CYRUS

PECK, GEORGE

PECK, JEREMIAH

PECKHAM, WILLIAM GIBBS

PEDDIE, THOMAS B.

PEAR, LYNDON

PEI, MARIO A.

PELL, CHARLES C.

PELLET, THOMAS L. (DR.)

PENN, WILLIAM

PENNETT, ALINA, DR.

PENNINGTON, WILLIAM

PENNINGTON, WILLIAM S.

PENRITH, GARY

PENSKE, ROGER S.

PENTECOST, REV. HUGH O.

PENZIAS, ARNO

PERILLO, MARIO

PERRIN, RAYMOND ST. JAMES

PERRINE, HENRY

PERROTTO, TOM

PERUGGI, ERNESTO

PERRY, GEORGE W.

PERRY, SAMUEL E.

PERRY, OLIVER HAZARD

PERSKIE, STEVEN

PESIN, MORRIS

PETERS, DREW B.

PETERS, JESSICA E.

PETERSEN, MARTIN

PETERSON, F. RAYMOND

PETERSON, THOMAS MUNDY

PETO, JOHN F.

PETOSE, LAURA

PETTY, MARY

PHILBROOK, MARY

PHILHOWER, CHARLES A.

PHILHOWER, GEORGE B.

PHIN, JOHN

PHRANER, WILSON

PICKERING, DAVID B.

PICKERING, THOMAS R.

PICKERSGILL, HAROLD E.

PICTON, THOMAS

PIERCE, ARTHUR D.

PIERSON, ARTHUR N.

PIERSON, ABRAHAM

PIERSON, DAVID LAWRENCE

PIERSON, GEORGE

PIERSON, STEPHEN

PIERSON, WILLIAM

PIKE, ZEBULON M.

PILCH, FREDERIC R.

PILCH, JENNIE W. (Mrs. Henry G.)

PINDAR, JAMES

PINE, HARRY A.

PINE, THEODORE E. (1828-1905)

PINE, WILLIAM E.

Pinsky, Robert [1940- ]

  • Poet / U.S. Poet Laureate

Piscopo, Joe  [1951-    ]

  • Comedian/ actor/singer; became nationally known through several seasons on "Saturday Night Live"; native of Passaic.

PITCHER, MOLLIE

PITNEY, HENRY COOPER

PITNEY, JONATHAN

PITNEY, JOHN OLIVER H.

PITNEY, MAHLON

PITNEY, SHELTON

PITT, WILLIAM

PIZZARELLI, JOHN JR.

PLAIN, BELVA

PLATT, CHARLES D.

PLAUT, L. SIMON

PLAUT, LOUIS

PLAUT, MOSES

PLOWDEN, EDMUND

PLUME, JOSEPH W.

PLUMMER, WILLIAM

POE, NEILSON

POINIER, PHILIP C.

POLAND, ADDISON B.

POLHEMUS, FREDERICK S.

POLK, DR. CHARLES

POLLOCK, STEWART

POMEROY, MARY

POPPELE, JACK

PORITZ, DEBORAH

PORTER, DANIEL C.

PORTER, DAVID STUART

PORTER, NEWTON H.

POST, SAMUEL E.

POST, GEORGE B.

POTE, HAROLD

POTTS, BELLE PENNINGTON (Mrs. James D.)

POTTS, CLYDE W.

PRANG, LOUIS

PRATT, WILLIAM W.

PRECKER, JENNIE E.

PREMO, JEROME C.

PRESCOTT, KENNETH W.

PRESSLER, SYLVIA

PRESTON, FRANCES (Mrs. Thomas J.)

PRESTON, THOMAS J.

PREVOST, JAMES MARCUS

PRICE, CLEMENT A.

PRICE, GEORGE

PRICE, MARY SUE SWEENEY

PRICE, MATTHIAS J.

Price, Rodman M. [1816-1894]

  • Governor of New Jersey [1854-1857]; New Jersey Congressman from the 32nd District (at the time, Essex, Hudson, Bergen and Passaic counties); Member of the First Constitutional Convention, State of California; native of Sussex County, New Jersey.

PRINTZ, JOHN

PROCTOR, HAYDN

PROSCH, CHARLOTTE

PROVENZANO, ANTHONY

PRUDEN, WILLIAM H.

PRYOR, ARTHUR

PUDER, HENRY

PUGH, MRS. HUGH

PUGLIA, FRANK

PULASKI, CASIMIR

PUMPELLY, JOSIAH C.

PUTNAM, BORDEN R.

PUTNAM, HERBERT

PYNE, H. RIVINGTON

PYNE, MOSES TAYLOR

QUEEN LATIFAH

QUICK, TOM

QUINBY, EDWIN J.

QUINBY, MARIE ANTOINETTE

QUINLAN, KAREN ANN

Rabbitt, Eddie

  • County Singer; raised in East Orange

RABIN, BERNARD

RABY, NOSH

RAFFERTY, JOHN J.

RAICHLE, DONALD

RALL, JOHANN GOTTLIEB

RAND, SEN. WALTER

RANDOLPH, THEODORE

RANDOLPH, W.G.

RANGER, RICHARD H.

RANKIN, EDWARD S.

RANKIN, RUSSELL B.

RANKIN, WILLIAM (1810-1912)

RANKIN, WILLIAM (1848-1904)

RANKIN, WILLIAM (1799-1876)

RANSOM, JAMES M

RANNEY, WILLIAM TYLEE

RAPP, WILLIAM F.

RATH, THEODORE A.

RATHBUN, JOHN PECK

RAUBINGER, FREDERICK

RAUM, JOHN O.

RAWL, ARTHUR J.

RAWSON, WILLIAM H.

RAYMOND, THOMAS L.V.

READ, EDWARD G.

READ, CHARLES (1715-74)

READ, J. MORGAN

READ, JOSHUA

RECORD, GEORGE

REDFIELD, EDWARD

REDPATH, ROBERT U.

REED, BOWES

REED, CHARLES

REED, S. BURRAGE

REEVE, WILLIAM E.

REEVE, CHRISTOPHER

REEVES, RICHARD STONE

REGAL, BRIAN

REICH, FRANKLIN

REICHENSTEIN, HARRY

REINFELDER, JOHN F.

REINHARDT, J.H.

RENNA, JOHN P.

RENWICK, EDWARD S.

REVERE, PAUL

REYNOLDS, CHARLES B.

REYNOLDS, CHARLES H.

RIBEIRO, JOHN

RICALTON, JAMES

RICCI, P. PAUL

RICE, DANIEL

RICE, INEZ

RICE, RONALD

RICHARD, CHARLES D.

RICHARDS, EMERSON

RICHARDS, HARRY E.

RICHARDS, WILLIAM

RICHARDS, WILLIAM R.

RICHARDSON, GEORGE

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM H.

RICHER, JACK

RICKETTS, MRS. JAMES B.

RICHMAN, GROVER C.

RIDER, ANDREW J.

RICORD, FREDERICK

RIGGS, JAMES F.

RIGGS, DR. LLOYD K.

RIGHTER, STEPHEN W.

RIIS, JACOB A.

RIKER, IRVING

RINALDI, ANN

RINALDO, MATHEW J.

RINSKY, DAVID

RIPPEL, JULIUS S.

RITTER, WILLIAM H.

ROACH, JOHN

ROBBINS, CHARLES F.

ROBBINS, LEONARD

ROBERTS, REV. J. L.

ROBERTS, JONATHAN W.

ROBERTS, MONTAGUE

ROBESON, PAUL

ROBINSON, H.L.

ROBINSON, JOHN S.

ROCK, JOHN H.

ROCK, JOHN S.

ROCKEFELLER, GEORGE

ROD, JORGE A.

RODAS, MARY

RODGERS, FRANK

RODIMER, FRANK J.

RODINO, PETER (1910-2005)

  • Ex-House Judiciary Committee Member who investigated Nixon

RODRIGUEZ, ANGEL L.

RODRIGUEZ, JOSEPH

ROE, AZEL, D.D.

ROE, ROBERT A.

ROEBLING, EMILY

ROEBLING, FERDINAND W.

ROEBLING, JOHN A. (1867-1952)

ROEBLING, JOHN A. (1806-1869)

ROEBLING, JOSEPH M.

ROEBLING, MARY G.

ROEBLING, WASHINGTON

ROGERS, KENNETH

ROGERS, JOSEPH G.

ROGERS, RICHARD, R.

ROGERS, TOM

ROGERSON, ANN

ROHN, FREDERICK

ROMAN, ALFONSO

ROOKE, ROBERT

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE

ROSE, ALBERT

ROSE, HENRY

ROSECRANS, JAMES H.

ROSEN, BARRY H.

ROSENDAHL, CHARLES EMERY

ROSETT, ABRAHAM

ROSS, BETSY

ROSS, ROBERT L.

ROTH, PHILIP

ROTHFUSS, CHARLES H.

ROUKEMA, MARGE

ROWAN, HENRY M.

RUBEL, JACQUELINE

RUDOLPH, JOHANNES

RUE, LEONARD L. III

RUNNELLS, JOHN E.

RUNYON, ENOS

RUNYON, FRANK W.

RUNYON, WILLIAM N.

RUSH, JOHN C.

RUSHMORE, SAMUEL

RUSOFF, S.I.

RUSSELL, CALEB

RUSSELL, HENRY N.

RUSSELL, ISRAEL

RUSSO, JOHN

RUSSO, LUCILLE

RUTGERS, HENRY

RUTHERFORD, DOUGLAS

RUTHERFORD, LEWIS M.

RUTHERFURD, JOHN

RYALL, DANIEL BAILEY

RYALL, PHILIP JOHNSTON

RYAN, CAROLYN

RYAN, CLENDENIN J.

RYAN, WILL C.

RYERSON, DAVID A.

RYERSON, JOHN G.

RYERSON, MARGERY

SACKETT, WILLLIAM E.

SADLER, WILBUR F.

SAFFRON, MORRIS H.

SAGAN, CARL

SAINT, EVA MARIE

ST. DENIS, RUTH

SALEMA, JOSEPH

SALOMON, R.G.

SALTER, EDWIN

SALTER, MOSES SMITH

SALTER, RICHARD (Captain)

SALTER, SAMUEL

SALVEST, ANDREW

SAMMARTINO, PETER

SAMPSON, EDGAR

SANDBURG, CARL

SANDERSON, IVAN

SANDFORD, CHARLES W.

SANDMAN, CHARLES

SANGER, RODERICK M.

SANJUAN, PEDRO

SANTORE, FAMILY

SARETT, LEWIS

SARNOFF, DAVID

SARSONY, ROBERT

SARUBBI, ANGELO

SATTERTHWAITE, JOSEPH H.

SATTERTHWAITE, PENNINGTON

SAUBOLLE, EDUARD

SAWYER, HENRY WASHINGTON

SAXTON, H. JAMES

SAYLES, JOHN

SAYLES, THOMAS D. JR.

SAYLOR, ROGER S.

SAYRE, ELIAS

SAYRE, JAMES R.

SCALIA, ANTONIN

SCAMMELL, ALEXANDER

SCARBOROUGH, JOHN

SCHAAF, ROYAL A.

SCHAEFFER, DR. CASPER

SCHAFFER, NATHAN

SCHARFENBERG, DORIS ANN

SCHARY, DORE

SCHEINER, AUGUSTUS

SCHELL, LLOYD

SCHENCK, CORNELIUS

SCHENCK, WILLIAM H.

SCHENCK, WILLIAM S.

SCHERMERHORN, KENNETH

SCHETTINO, C. THOMAS

SCHEUERLE, JOE

SCHLATTER, KONRAD

SCHLATTER, RICHARD

SCHIRRA, WALTER M.

SCHLENGER, DONALD

SCHLESINGER, LOUIS

SCHLEY, GRANT B.

SCHLEY, KATE DeF PRENTICE

SCHLEY, REEVE

SCHLOSSBACH, ISAAC

SCHLOTT, RICHARD

SCHMIDT, DR. HUBERT

SCHMIDT, VICTORIA P.

SCHMITT, FREDERICK

SCHREIBER, SIDNEY

SCHREYVOGEL, CHARLES

SCHROETER, KAY E.

SCHROR, ADOLPH

SCHUBERT, GEOFFERY L.

Schundler, Bret [1959-    ]

  • In 1992 elected the first Republican Mayor of Jersey City since 1917; served 3 terms as Jersey City Mayor; 2001 Republican candidate for NJ Governor

SCHUYLER, ARENT

SCHUYLER, PETER

SCHWABE, HENRY A.

SCHWARTZ, GERARD

SCHWARTZKOPF, GEN. H. NORMAN

SCHWARZCHILD, MARTIN

SCHAWLOW, ARTHUR

SCHWECKART, RUSSELL L.

SCHWEDES, HENRY A.

SCHWEICKART, RUSSELL

SCOTT, AUSTIN

SCOTT, WALTER F.

SCUDDER, RICHARD & EDWARD

SCUDDER, ANTOINETTE Q.

SCUDDER, WALLACE M.

SEABROOK, CHARLES F.

SEAMAN, CHARLES K.

SEARLE, JOHN PRESTON

SEARS, HARRY

SEDGWICK, SUSAN RIDLEY

SEELEY, ELIAS P.

SEERY, MME. MARIE JERITZA (see

Jeritza, Maria)

SEGAL, GEORGE

SEGUINE, JAMES

SEKEL, CLIFFORD, JR.

SEILER, SANFORD R.

SEITZ, COLLINS J.

SELIKOFF, JUDGE MARSHALL

SERANNE, ANN

SERRATELLI, ARTHUR (BISHOP)

  • Catholic Bishop of Paterson

SETON, ELIZABETH BAYLEY

SEWELL, WILLIAM J.

SEXTON, TIMOTHY

SEYMOUR, JAMES MURRAY

SEYMOUR, JAMES MADISON

SHAFER, JOSEPH L.

SHAHN, BEN

SHANKS, CARROL M.

SHANLEY, BERNARD M.

SHANN, JOSEPHUS

SHANNON, LARDNER (Mrs. James B.)

SHANTZ, MARGARET

SHAPIRO, HAROLD

SHAPIRO,PETER

SHARP, ALBERT

SHARP, PAULA

SHARP, W. HOWARD

SHARPLES, JAMES

SHAW, CHARLES, D.

SHAW, JOSEPH F.

SHAY, ALLEN R.

SHEA, JOHN GILMARY

SHEA, MARY (Mrs. Joseph)

SHEARER, JAMES W.

SHELLENGER, E.L.

SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE

SHEPHERD, ELISHA

SHEPPARD, CHARLES E.

SHERIDAN

SHERMAN, ANDREW M.

SHERMAN, EDITH BISHOP (Mrs. John S.)

SHIELDS, BROOKE

SHIPMAN, JEHIEL G.

SHIRLEY, GEORGE

SHORT, WILLIAM H.

SHOTWELL, ABEL V.

SHREVE, HENRY MILLER

SHUMWAY, EDGAR

SICKLES, DANIEL

SIEGFRIED, CHARLES A.

SIGEL, IRVING E.

SIEGLER, JOSEPH

SIGMUND, BARBARA BOGGS

SILLIPIGNI, ALFREDO

SILLS, ARTHUR J.

SILVER, EDGAR O.

SILVER, MARK

SILVERS, JOHN S.

SILVERSTEIN, ELIZABETH

SILZER, GEORGE S.

SIMON, WILLIAM

SIMCOE, JOHN

SIMPSON, JAMES

SIMPSON, MAXWELL STEWART

SIMONESE, HERMAN

SIMS, WINFIELD SCOTT

SINATRA, FRANK

SINCLAIR, DONALD A.

SINCLAIN, UPTON

SINFELT, JOHN H.

SINGER, ISAAC

SISSELMAN, S.J.

SIVOLELLA, DR. NICHOLAS WM.

SKIDMORE, FRANCIS J.

SKEMER, DON C.

SLAYBACK, DAVID W.

SLAVITT, ARTHUR

SLOAN, ALFRED P.

SLOANE, JOHN EYRE

SLOANE, THOMAS O’CONOR

SLOCUM, ALFRED A.

SLOSHBERG, LEAH P.

SMALLEY, GEORGE O.

SMITH, ALFRED P.

SMITH, AUGUSTUS W.

SMITH, CALEB

SMITH, CARRIE

SMITH, CHRISTOPHER H.

SMITH, DATUS C.

SMITH, EDGAR

SMITH. FRANK B.

SMITH, FREDERICK T.

SMITH, GEORGE F.

SMITH, H. ALEXANDER

SMITH, HEZEKIAH

SMITH, JAMES JR.

SMITH, JASPER

SMITH, JOHN

SMITH, JOSEPH H.

SMITH, MRS. MARY

SMITH, OBERLIN

SMITH, PETER A.

SMITH, PETER D.

SMITH, RICHARD

SMITH, ROBERT EDWARD

SMITH, ROBERT I.

SMITH, SAMUEL A.

SMITH, SAMUEL S.

SIMITH, THOMAS F.X.

SMITH, TONY

SMITH, REV. DR. WM. S.

SMITH, WILLIAM PEARTREE

SNOW, PHOEBE (Singer)

SNOWDEN, RICHARD

SNYDER, EDWIN H.

SNYDER, JOHN P.

SOARIES, BUSTER

SOLIMINE, EMIL

SOMMER, FRANK H.

SOMERS, RICHARD

SOMMER, OTTO

SONN, HAROLD A.

SONN, HAROLD W.

SOUTHARD, FRANK

SOUTHARD, SAMUEL L.

SOUTHWORTH, SAMUEL S.

SOZIO, ARMANDE

SPADER, PETER V.

SPADONE, ANTHONY

SPAIN, REV. R.D.

SPALDING, A.G.

SPARGO, J.A.

SPEAK, ALFRED

SPEER, WILLIAM H.

SPELLMEYER, HENRY

SPENCER, OLIVER

SPERLING, ISAAC

SPERRY, WILLIAM MILLER

SPILLANE, MICKEY

SPONG, R. REV. JOHN SHELBY

SPOTTISWOODE, SARA C.

SPRAGUE, A. HARRY

Springsteen, Bruce [1949-    ]

  • Grammy award winning singer and leader of the E Street Band; native of Freehold; known as "The Boss."

SPURR, JOSEPH G.

STAFFORD, JOHN A.

STAGG, AMOS ALONZO

STAHL, E.C.

STAINSBY, WILLIAM

STALIN, ALLILUYEVA SVETLANA

STAMLER, NELSON F.

STANCO, FRED

STANGER, WESLEY A.

STANTON, ALBERT LINCOLN

STANTON, ELIZABETH CADY

STANTON, JOHN J.

STANTON, THOMAS

STARK, BISHOP LELAND

STARKEY, THOMAS A.

STARKWEATHER, WILLIAM

STAVEC, KATHLEEN

STEADMAN, CHARLES

STEDMAN, EDMUND CLARENCE

STEEL, HENRY A.

STEELE, J. NEVETT

STEFANELLI, LOUIS

STEIGER, ROD

STEINITZ, WILLIAM

STEIN, GARY

STEINMEYER, REV. FERDINAND (Father Farmer)

STEIR, PAT

STEMPEL, ROBERT C.

STENDER, ALBERT W.

STEPHENS, CHARLES N.

STEPHENS, JOHN L.

STEPHENS, W.P.

STERN, GAIL F.

STERN, LEONARD

STERN, HERBERT J.

STETIN, SOL

STEUBEN, FREDERICK VON

STEVENS, BASIL M.

STEVENS, EDWIN A. (1858-1918)

STEVENS, JOHN (1749-1838)

STEVENS, JOHN (1715-1792)

STEVENS, RICHARD F.

STEVENS, JOHN AUSTIN

STEVENS, J. THOMPSON

STEVENS, LEWIS T.

STEVENSON, EUGENE

STEWART, CHARLES (1729-1800)

STEWART, FRANK H.

STEWART, MARTHA

STEWART, WINITA (Mrs. Campbell)

STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS

STICKEL, FRED G.

STICKLEY, GUSTAV

STIFLER, FRANCIS CARR

STILL, JAMES (Dr.)

STILLMAN, CALVIN W.

STILLMAN, CHARLES

STILLMAN, W. PAUL

STILLWELL, JESSE

STITES, EDGAR PAGE

STITES, HEZEKIAH

STITES, JOSEPH A.

STOCKTON, ANNIS BOUDINOT

STOCKTON, BAYARD

STOCKTON, BETSEY

STOCKTON, CHARLES S.

STOCKTON, ELIAS BOUDINOT

STOCKTON, FRANK R.

STOCKTON, JACK P.

STOCKTON, JOHN P.

STOCKTON, RICHARD (1730-1781)

STOCKTON, RICHARD (1764-1828)

STOCKTON, RICHARD (1858-1929)

STOCKTON, ROBERT F. (1795-1867)

STOCKTON, ROBERT F.

STODDARD, ELIJAH W.

STODDARD, ELIZA PLATT

STOKES, AGNES M. GILL

Stokes, Edward Casper [1860-1942]

  • Governor of New Jersey (1905-1908); State Chairman, NJ Republican Party; President of the Mechanics National Bank of Trenton

STOKES, ELWOOD H.

STONE, EDWARD DURELL

Stone, Lucy [1818-1893]

  • Suffragist; first woman to keep her maiden name after marriage; author; editor; organizer of the American Woman Suffrage Association; sister -in-law of Antoinette Brown Blackwell (1st American woman ordained a minister; sister-in-law of Elizabeth Blackwell (1st woman M.D.).

  • See also: Biography V/F: Blackwell, Antoinette Brown

  STONE, MILDRED F.

STONE, WILBUR M.

STORRS, HENRY M.

STOUT, ELIHU

STOUT, PENELOPE

STRAHAN, MICHAEL

STRATTON, CHARLES C.

STRATEMEYER, EDWARD

STREETER, RUTH

STREETER, T.W.

STREIBERT, THEODORE

STREIBIG, DONALD R.

STRINGFELLOW, GEORGE

STRYKER, JOSIAH

STRYKER, WILLIAM A.

STRYKER-RODA, KENN

STRYKER-RODA, HARRIET MOTT

STUART, GILBERT

STUDDFORD, SAMUEL M.

STUDER, AUGUSTUS C.

STUDLEY, MIRIAM

STULTS, JACOB

STUYVESANT, PETER

SUDNIK, GEORGE

SUESS, JOHN L.

SULLIVAN, A.M.

SULLIVAN, FRANK E.

SULLIVAN, FRED R.

SULLIVAN, JOSEPH A. (BO)

SULLIVAN, KATHRYN D.

SUMERWELL, FLORIDA (Mrs. Edward K.)

SUMNER, WILLIAM G.

SUSSMAN, DR. ARTHUR

SUTPHEN, CARLYLE E.

SUTPHEN, HENRY R.

SUTPHEN, THERON Y.

SUTTON, DAVID H.

SUTTON, EDWARD

SUTTON, FRANK

SUTTON, JOSEPH G.

SUTTON, WILLIAM H.

SVENSON, ANDREW E.

SWACKHAMER, GEORGE T.

SWAINE, ELIZABETH

SWAINE, SAMUEL

SWAN, H. KELS

SWANSON, REV. KATRINA

SWANSTROM, CARL A.

SWARTZBURG, SUSAN G.

SWAYZE, FRANCIS J.

SWEET, IRENE N.

SWIFT, CARRIE

SWITLIK, STANLEY

SWITZER, SAMUEL H.

SWORD, WILLIAM

SYMINGTON, ROBERT BROWN

SYMMES, JOHN CLEVES (1742-1814)

SYMMES, JOHN CLEVES (1780-1829)

TABANKIN, MARGERY ANN

TABER, THOMAS

TACK, JEAN R.

TAKAEZU, TOSHIKO

TALBOT, JOHN

TALBOTT, MALCOLM

TALESE, GAY

TALLAMY, BERTRAM D.

TALLMAN, WILLIAM P.

TANENBAUM, MORRIS

TATE, HERBERT

TATHAM, JOHN

TAWANA, KEA

TAYLOR, GEORGE

TAYLOR, HARRY K.

TAYLOR, JOHN B.

TAYLOR, S.O.B.

TEN EYCK, JOHN CONOVER

TENNENT, GILBERT

TENNENT, WILLIAM

TERESA, MOTHER

TERHUNE, ALBERT PAYSON

TERHUNE, ANICE

TERHUNE, HENRY S.

TERHUNE, MARY VIRGINIA (MARION HARLAND)

TERRELL, ST. JOHN

TERRY, DR. MILTON E.

TESLA, NIKOLA

THAYER, THEODORE

THEVOS, JOHN G.

THOM, J.C.

THOMAS, BILLY M.

THOMAS, EBEN BRIGGS

THOMAS, ISAAC

THOMAS, JOHN M.

THOMAS, LOWELL

Thomas, Regena (b. Louisville, Ky.)

  • New Jersey Secretary of State, 2002-; former partner at IEM Message Management, Inc., a voter contact firm specializing in grassroots organization and voter education; consultant to the Democratic Governor's Association; former Director of Base Vote Operations for the Democratic National Committee.

THOMPSON, ANNE

THOMPSON, FRANK

THOMPSON, GERALDINE

THOMPSON, J.R. Jr.

THOMPSON, JAMES J.

THOMPSON, JESSE R.

THOMPSON, JOSEPH

THOMPSON, WILLIAM

THORNE, FREDERICK W.

THURSTON, LEWIS B.

TICE, GEORGE

TICHENOR, FRANK M.

TICHENOR, GEORGE C.

TIGER, LIONEL

TILGHMAN, TENCH

TILLOTSON, MARY E.

TILNEY, DR. ROBERT

TISCH, LAURENCE A.

TISCH, PRESTON, ROBERT

TOBIN, AUSTIN J.

Todd, Webster Bray [1899-    ]

  • NJ State Republican Party Chairman (1961-1969); Director, Office of Economic Affairs, US Mission to NATO (1953-1954); Todd & Brown, Inc.: President, 1928-1940; Chairman, 1940-1950;

  • Director, Equity Corporation (1947-1955); Trustee, Stevens Institute

  • See also: Biography Vertical File: Whitman, Christine Todd (his daughter)

TOMA, DAVID

TOMKINS, AMBROSE T.

TOMKINS, GEORGE W.

TOMPKINS, MICHAEL

TOMPKINS, WILLIAM F.

TOMLINSON, JOSEPH

TOMLINSON, THOMAS H.

TOOKER, MARY FITCH (Mrs. Frederick J.)

TOOLE, S. WESTCOTT

TOPPING, JAMES

TORRICELLI, ROBERT

TOWNSEND, EVERETT

TOWNSEND, FRANK

TOWNSEND, LEE

TRAVOLTA, JOHN

TREAT, MARY ADELIA

TREAT, ROBERT

TREE, MICHAEL

TREMAYNE, WILLIAM H.

TRENCHARD, STEPHEN D.

TROTH, PAUL H.

TROY, ANN

TRUESDALE, MAMIE

TRUMAN, HARRY S.

TRUMBULL, JOHN

TRUMP, DONALD

TRUNCER, JOSEPH J.

TULLER, EDWIN H.

TUMULTY, JOSEPH P.

TUNISON, GEOFFREY O.

TURNBULL, AGNES SLIGH

TURNER, ALFRED

TURNER, JEAN RAE

TURTON, W. EUGENE

TUTTLE, GEORGE F.

TUTTLE, JOSEPH F.

TUTTLE, TIMOTHY

TWITCHELL, ADELBERT B.

TWOMBLY, RUTH V.

TYSON, MIKE

UNGER, HERMAN

UPSON, IRVING S.

UPTON, FRANCIS R.

URQUHART, FRANK J.

Vache, Warren (1915-2005)

  • Jazz Musican, Writer, and Historian.

VAGELOS, DR. ROY P.

VAIL, ALFRED

VAIL, JAMES CUMMINGS

VAIL, JOHN I.B.

VAIL, THEODORE, N.

VAIL, WILLIAM H.

VAIL, WILLIAM PENN

VALINSKI, DENNIS

VAN ALSTYNE, DAVID, JR.

VAN ARSDALE, ROBERT

VAN BENSCHOTEN, ELIAS

VAN BUREN, ROBERT

VANCE, ALANSON A.

VAN CLEAF, AARON R.

VANDERBILT, ARTHUR T.

VANDERBILT, OLIVER

VANDERBILT, WILLIAM HENRY

VANDERLYN, PETER

VANDERPOEL, AMBROSE E.

VANDERPOEL, FRANK

VANDERPOOL, EUGENE

VANDERPOOL, WYNANT D.

VAN SCIVER, PETE & MIKE

VAN DERVEER, DR. HENRY

VAN DER VEER, LAWRENCE

VAN DERVEER, JAMES D.

VAN DUYNE, HARRISON

VAN DYKE, ELLEN REID

VAN DYKE, FRED

VAN DYKE, JOHN CHARLES

VAN DYKE, HENRY

VAN DYKE, JOSEPH S.

VAN DYNE, CATHERINE S.

VAN FOSSAN, ROBERT V.

VAN HORN, AMOS H.

VAN HORN, CARL

VANNATTA, WILLIAM C.

VAN PELT, HERBERT

VAN RIPER, WALTER D.

VAN RIPER, WILLIAM B.

VAN SICKLE, JOHN J.

VAN STADE, FREDERICA

VAN SYCKEL, BENNET

VAN VEGHTEN, DERRICK

VAN WAGENEN, EDWARD A.

VAN WAGNER, JAMES E.

VAN WINKLE, ABRAHAM

VAN WINKLE, ISAAC S.

VAN WYCK, MATILDA, B

VANN, DR. FELIX

VARICK, COL. RICHARD

VASSAR, THOMAS E.

VAUGHN, EARLE H.

VAUGHN, SARAH

VEAL, NOAH

VERGARA, JOSE

VERMEULE, CORNELIUS C.

VERMILYE, JACOB D.

VERRAZANO, GIOVANNI DE

VICAT, JAMES F.G.

VIESER, MILFORD A.

VILA, GEORGE R.

VILLANE, DR. ANTHONY

VINCENT, JOHN H.

VIORST, JUDITH

VISCEGLIA, VINCENT

VOGEL, BERNARD W.

VOGT, GRACE

VOLCKER, PAUL A.

VOLZ, JEAN

VON CLOSEN, BARON

VON ROTH, FREDERICK GEORGE RICHARD

VON TURY, FRANCIS JOSEPH

VOORHEES, CHARLES H.

VOORHEES, FOSTER M.

VOORHEES, OSCAR M.

VOORHEES, TRACY S.

VOSS, DOROTHY

VOSSELLER, ELIAS

VOSSELLER, ELIZABETH V.

VOUTE, KATHLEEN

VREELAND, CHARLES H.

VROOM, PETER D.

VROOM, WILLIAM D.

VROOM, WILLIAM L.

WACHENFELD, WILLIAM A.

WACHTEL, ANDREW

WADDELL, JAMES

WAINRIGHT, JAMES B.

WAKSMAN, SELMAN A.

WAKELEE, EDMUND W.

WALKER, HERSCHEL

WALCOTT, JERSEY JOE

WALDEN, JAMES H.

WALDER, JUSTIN P.

WALDMAN, WILLIAM

WALDMANN, EMIL

WALKER, EDWIN R.

WALKER, GEORGE T.

WALL, ALBERT C.

WALL, ALEXANDER J.

WALL, EDWARD

WALL, THOMAS GEORGE

WALLACE, FRANK R., Jr.

WALLACE, WILLIAM C

WALLHAUSER, HENRY T.

WALLING, JOHN R.

WALLIS, EVERETT S.

WALLWORK, JIM

WALROTH, JOANNE

WALSH, THOMAS J.

WALTER, MAX

WALTON, GEORGE H.

WARD, MRS. AARON

Ward, Charles V. & Jacob Caleb [1809-1891]

  • Brothers, landscape painters and photographers. Sons of Charles Caleb Ward of Bloomfield, NJ.

WARD, DANIEL

WARD, FREDERICK

WARD, HENRY

WARD, JOHN W.

WARD, LESLIE DODD

WARD, MARCUS L.

WARD, PHEBE

WARD, SAMUEL AUGUSTUS

WARD, THOMAS

WARD, WILLIAM R.

WARE, HASKELL

WARNER, OLIN LEVI

WARRICK, RUTH (1915-2005)

  • Actress, TV Soap All My Children

WARWICK, DIONNE

WARWICK, GEORGE H.

WASHBURN, BENJAMIN M.

WASHINGTON, GEORGE (3 Folders)

WASHINGTON, JOHN P.

WASHINGTON, MARTHA

WASHINGTON, WALTER S.

WATERHOUSE, CHARLES

WATERS, SUSAN

WATLEY, WILLIAM

WATSON, GEORGE

WATSON, JOHN

WATSON, RIPLEY

WATSON, RUSSELL

WATTERS, AUGUSTUS

WATTERSON, HENRY J.

WATTS, RIDLEY

WAUD, A.R.

WAUGH, FREDERICK J.

WAYNE, ANTHONY

WEAVER, BARBARA

WEBB, ALEXANDER S.

WEBER, CAROL HARRIS

WECHSLER, WALTER

WEIMER, PAUL K.

WEIS, HARRY B.

WEEKS, HENRY M.

WEEKS, RENNEE, J.

WEIGAND, GEORGE J.

WEINBERG, MAX

WEINTRAUB, JOSEPH

WEISS, LAURENCE

WELLS, DONALD

WELLS, JOHN A.

WENE, ELMER H.

WEPNER, CHUCK, JR.

WERBLIN, SONNY

WERTERNBAKER, THOMAS J.

WERTS, GEORGE T.

WESCOTT, LLOYD B.

WESLAGER, C.A.

WESLEY, RICHARD

WESLEY, VALERIE W.

WESLOW, CHARLES

WESCOTT, CYNTHIA

WESTERDAHL, EMILIE PAULINE

WESTON, CLIFFORD

WESTON, EDWARD

WESTON, EDWARD F.

WHALLON, WALTER

WHARTON, JOSEPH

WHEATON, FRANK H.

WHEATON, THEODORE

WHEELER, HARRY L.

WHEELER, POST

WHELAN, ISAAC P.

WHELAN, JIM

WHELAN, THOMAS J.

WHIPPLE, CHARLES W.

WHIPPLE, LAWRENCE A.

WHITAKER, WILLIAM F.

WHITALL, ANN

WHITE, D. IRVINE

WHITE, ELIZABETH

WHITE, HARRY KIETH

WHITE, HENRY K.

WHITE, JOSEPH

WHITE, KATHERINE ELKUS

WHITE, THEODORE F.

WHITE, WILLIAM ALLEN

WHITEHEAD, BENJAMIN

WHITEHEAD, JOHN C.

WHITEHEAD, JOHN

WHITEHEAD, WILLIAM A.

WHITEHEAD, WILLIAM S.

WHITEMAN, PAUL

Whitman, Christine Todd [1946-    ]

  • Governor of New Jersey  (elected 2 November 1993); Somerset County Freeholder (elected in 1982 and 1985);

  • President of the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (1988-1990)

  • See also: Biography V/F — Schley, Reeve (her grandfather)

  • See also: Biography V/F — Todd, Webster Bray (her father)

  • See also: Family V/F — Schley Family

WHITMAN, WALT [1819-1892] (Poet)

WH ITNER, MAGGIE (Mother Whitner)

WHITNEY, ELI

WHITNEY, PHYLLIS

WHITTINGHAM, GUS

WHITTREDGE, T. WORTHINGTON

WICK, TEMPE

WICKES, STEPHAN M.D.

WIDMER, KEMBLE

WIDNALL, WILLIAM B.

WIEDENMAYER, GUSTAVE A.

WIENER, WILLIAM

WIGHT, GEORGE B.

WIGNER, EUGENE P.

WILBUR, RICHARD

WILCOX, STEPHEN E.

WILDRICK, JOHN A.

WILENTZ, DAVID T.

WILENTZ, ROBERT N.

WILES, ANDREW

WILEY, STEPHEN

WILKE, ULFERT

WILL, AUGUST

WILLARD, JOSEPH

WILLIAMS, HARRISON A.

WILLIAMS, HERBERT E.

WILLIAMS, HORTON DODD

WILLIAMS, JOHN D.

WILLIAMS, JOSEPH D.

WILLIAMS, MADELINE

WILLIAMS, MARY

Williams, Mary Lou [nee Mary Elfrieda Scruggs] (1910-1981)

  • Jazz pianist-composer-arranger. The most important female jazz musician to emerge in the first three decades of jazz; worked with Andy Kirk, and composed and arranged for leading orchestras of the swing era including Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway, and Benny Goodman.

WILLIAMS, MICAH

WILLIAMS, RICHARD R.

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM CARLOS

WILLIAMSON, ALBERT B.

WILLIAMSON, EMILY E.

WILLIAMSON, ISAAC H.

WILLIAMSON, JOHN F.

WILLIS, BRUCE

WILMERDING, LUCIUS

WILSON, ALEXANDER

WILSON, FREDERICK F.

WILSON, DR. HAROLD F.

WILSON, LAURA

WILSON, ROBERT W.

WILSON, SAMUEL F.

WILSON, WILLIAM (MOOKIE)

WILSON, WOODROW

WILSON GILL, ROBB

WINANS, CHARLES C.

WINANS, DEREK T.

WINFIELD, DAVE

WINNIE, WALTER G.

Winser, Beatrice [1869-1949]

  • Director of the Newark Public Library (1929-1942); Director of the Newark Museum (1929-1947); in January 1915 when she was appointed as a member of the Newark Board of Education she became the first woman to serve as a member of a Newark municipal governing board; Charter Member of the NJ Library Association; President of the NJ Library Association 1907-1908 and 1921-1922; Second Vice President of the American Library Association, 1931; Chairman, NJ sub-committee, WPA (Works Progress Administration) art projects.

  • See also: MG 1063 — Winser Family Papers

  • See also: MG 1363 -  NJHS Photo Collections — People — Winser

  • See also: Biography V/F — John Cotton Dana (B. Winser worked as Assistant Director (1900-1929) of the Newark Public Library. For the last 13 years of that period J.C.D. was Director of the Newark Public Library.)

  • See also: Newark V/F — Libraries

  • See also: Newark V/F - Museum

WINTERS, ROBERT

WIRTHS, WALLACE

WISE, JAMES

WISEMAN, HOWARD

WISKOWSKI, JOAN

WISS, JEROME B.

WISTAR, CASPAR

WITHERSPOON, JOHN

WITTPENN, CAROLIN BAYARD STEVEN

WITTWER, NORMAN C.

WOLBER, JOSEPH G.

WOLCOTT, ALEXANDER

WOLF, ARTHUR

WOLFE, JACOB S.

WOLFE, WALTER W.

WOLFF, HUGH

WOLFF, LEO W.

WOLFS, MARIE

WOLVERTON, CHARLES ANDERSON

WOOD, KATE B.

WOODHULL, ALFRED A.

WOODRUFF, AARON D.

WOODRUFF, DANIEL F.

WOODRUFF, MARIETTA H. CRANE

WOODS, JOHN

WOOLMAN, JOHN

WOOLVERTON, WILLIAM D.

WORDEN, ALBERT W.

WORDEN, EDWARD C.

WORTENDYKE, REYNIER J.

WORTHEN, SAMUEL

WRIGHT, EDWARD H.

WRIGHT, JOAN

WRIGHT, JOSEPH

WRIGHT, PATIENCE LOVELL

WRIGHT, TERESA

WRIGHT, WENDELL J.

WRIGHT, WILLIAM

WYCKOFF, WALTER A.

WYNDHAM, PERCY

YAMBA, ZACHARY

YANCEY, ROGER M.

YANG, WINSTON H.L.

YANITELLI, VICTOR R.

YARD, ALEXANDER C.

YARD, JOHN B.

YARD, PIERSON W.

YARD, WILLIAM S.

YARD, WILLIAM T.

YARDLEY, FARNHAM

YARDLEY, MARGARET S.

YASKIN, JUDITH A.

YAWGER, JOHN C.

YEE, YOUSEF

YEOMANS, GEORGE S.

YOUNG, ALICE I. BALLANTINE

YOUNG, C. EDWIN

YOUNG, CHARLES

YOUNG, DAVID

YOUNG, F.C.

YOUNG, HENRY

YOUNG, DR. LEONTINE R.

YOUNG, PERCY S.

ZABRISKIE, JACOB W.

ZADORA, PIA

ZAHL, HAROLD A.

ZAJAC, JEAN

ZALKIND, CECELIA

ZANDT, HENRY D.

ZAYAK, ELAINE

ZAZZALI, JAMES R.

ZEMAN, JACKLYN

ZILOCCHI, GEORGE

ZIMMER, RICHARD

ZIMMERLI, JANE VOORHEES

ZOLTAN, BART

ZULICK, C. MEYER

Zwillman, Abner "Longy" [    -1959]

  • Mobster and bootlegger; reputed to be the most powerful organized crime figure in New Jersey; known for his Hollywood connections; His power base was centered in Newark’s Third Ward Political Club. In 1948 he supported Menachem Begin’s Irgun movement during the Israeli War for Independence. His death in 1959 was ruled a suicide even though he was found hanging in the basement of his East Orange home with his hands tied behind his back.

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