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Archives: Browse Manuscript Groups 101-200

101

Dickerson Mine, Randolph Township, NJ

1813

1842 

102

Jacob Fine (fl. 1831-1857), Shoemaker

1831

1857 

103

Force, John

1811

1812 

104

Franklin Academy, Newark, NJ

1850

1885

105

Franklin Mineral Company, Essex County, NJ

1904

1933

106

Goble & Thomas, Shoe manufacturers, Newark, NJ

1816

1828

107

Sign of the Unicorn Tavern (Graham's Tavern), Elizabeth, NJ

1765

1794

108

Samuel Harrison (1684-1776), Farmer, fuller, and sawyer

1725

1772 

109

Howell, James E., attorney

1864

1912

110

James Abeel (1733-1825), Deputy Quartermaster General

1761

1819

111

Samuel Hayes (1776-1839), Physician

1804

1830

112

Phinehas Horton (fl. 1809-1835), Merchant

1802

1852

113

Hooper, Richard Lettis, Jr. (1730-97), surveyor

1764

1764

115

"Minutes and Memorandums in Respect to Indian Titles…in North America"

n. d.

n. d.

116

Henry King (d. 1781), Shoemaker and currier

1767

1782 

117

Kunze and Hayes, Physicians, Newark, NJ

1803

1806

118

Andrew Leake (d. ca. 1768), Merchant

1756

1766

119

Leddel Family (Mendham, NJ)

1785

1878

120

Arthur Lefferson (1739-ca. 1802), Tanner and currier

1775

1792 

121

James Leonard (fl. 1825-1833), Hatter

1825

1833 

122

John C. Lloyd (1796-1881), Tailor and Justice of the peace

1824

1861

123

Condict, Jemima (1754-1779)

1772

1779

124

Alexander McClelland (1809-1864), Theologian

1843

1843

125

Joseph Black Manuscript Collection

1794

1833

126

Second Presbyterian Church, Mendham, NJ

1859

1906

127

Helen M. Wright, Historian

1726

1935

128

Alexander MacWhorter (1734-1807), Presbyterian minister

1795

1807

129

William Leddel (1747-1827), Cavalry officer

1793

1801

130

Thomas Nesbitt (1760-1819), Merchant

1787

1826

131

Newark Industrial Institute, Newark, NJ

1872

1876

132

New Providence, New Jersey Township Committee

1812

1843

133

Jonathan M. Wilcox (fl. 1815-1836), Mason and cobbler

1815

1836 

134

New Jersey State Anti-Slavery Society

1839

1845

135

Newark Handel and Haydn Society, Newark, NJ

1831

1840

136

Newark Sacred Music Association, Newark NJ

1850

1853

137

Newark Daily Advertiser, Newark, NJ

1846

1849

138

Newark Printing and Publishing Company, Newark, NJ

1864

1864

139

East Newark Land Company

1835

1848

141

New Jersey State Treasurer's Office

1837

1843

142

John C. Honeyman (1836-1916), Historian

1900

1903

143

Edmund J. Cleveland (fl. 1862-1865), Civil War soldier

1862

1865

146

Transferred to MG 79MG 81 and MG 1012

 

 

148

North River Meadow Company, Shrewsbury Twp., NJ

1820

1832 

149

Caleb Parkhurst (1744-1817), Merchant

1784

1817

150

Henry L. Parkhurst (1767-1852), Farmer

1795

1850

152

John Ralston (d. 1819), Merchant

1782

1815

154

Potts, Thomas, Jr., currier

1727

1743 

155

David Ross (1720-1795), Cooper and bell maker

1756

1794 

156

Pierson, Theodore (1813-1901), millwright, local official

1850

1889

157

The Orpheus, Newark, N.J.

1868

1872 

158

Jeremiah Price (fl. 1835-1853), Deputy sheriff of Essex County

1835

1853 

159

Randolph Township, New Jersey Township Committee

1806

1835

160

Ringwood Company supply store, Newark, NJ

1760

1764

161

Roosevelt Improvement Association, Newark, N.J.

1881

1892

162

Junior Cavalry of America, Montclair Mounted Troop, Montclair, N.J.

1931

1942

163

Hugh Hughes (fl. 1782), Deputy Quartermaster of New York

1782

1782

164

Transferred to MG 377

 

 

165

Hutchinson, Abraham R.

1839

1889

166

Saddle River Township, NJ Record book

1787

1838

167

Somerset County Bible Society

1817

1915

168

Soper, Abraham D., justice of the peace.

1838

1864

169

Stephens, William H., merchant

1828

1830

170

Samuel Steward (1760-1833), Blacksmith

1809

1823

171

Roberts, Amos and Eleazar, mill owners

1772

1828

172

John H. Stephens (fl. 1802-1817), Merchant

1802

1817

173

Moved toMG 101

 

 

174

Sweet and Robinson, physicians

1858

1866

175

Tracy, Gilbert A., collector

1864

1920

176

Carman, Ezra, A, Civil War officer

1861

1903

177

William A. Whitehead (1810-1884), Historian

1680

1885

178

Burlington County, NJ

1780

1785

179

Trenton, N. J. Civil Court

1812

1814

180

Literary Clubs, Newark

1790

1799

181

Estate of Daniel Tichenor (1748-1831)

1831

1832

182

Turk, William, naval surgeon

1824

1833

183

Jonathan Valentine (1766-1801), Merchant

1791

1796

184

Cornelius Vanderbeek (fl. 1833-1847), Justice of the peace

1833

1839

187

Essex County Anti-Slavery Society, Newark, NJ

1839

1842

188

Young Men's Society, Newark, NJ

1833

1838

189

Williamson, Isaac H., Governor of NJ

1794

1794 

190

Seth Woodruff (1742-1815), Weaver

1761

1812

191

Thomas Woodruff, Jr. (1720-1805), Carpenter and coffin maker

1776

1780

192

William Woodruff (fl. 1771-1803), Gravedigger and merchant

1771

1803

193

Perry, Nehemiah, Jr.

1858

1862

194

First Battle of Bull Run

1861

1861

195

Stephens & Caskey, Stephensburg, NJ

1832

1833

196

Morris County Court of Common Pleas

1786

1789

197

Lebkuecher and Co., silversmiths, Newark, N. J.

1889

1899

198

Matthias Winans (1739-1782), Innkeeper

1774

1780

199

Robert Erskine (1735-1780), Engineer

1756

1782

200

Murray, James F. and James F. Jr.

1927

1966

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