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Archives: Browse Manuscript Groups 201-300

201

Symmes Tract

1787

1792

202

George Smock (1754-1836), Farmer

1786

1836

203

Newark Police Department, First Precinct, Newark, NJ

1881

1881

204

Joseph Savage (b. 1756), Revolutionary soldier and Justice of the Peace

1787

1791

205

Lincoln and Johnson Club of the Third Ward, Newark, NJ

1864

1864

206

Everett Union, Newark, N. J.

1821

1865

207

Beach, Elias, merchant

1864

1886

208

Ichabod C. Nettleship (1832-1886), Secret Service investigator

1864

1886

209

Medical Society of New Jersey

1715

1743

210

Surveyor's Journals

1736

1736

211

Alexander, James, lawyer

1803

1826

212

Van Houten Gerrebrandt, jurist

1891

1892

213

Sales Book

1783

1817

214

Institutio Legalis

1831

1871

215

Mechanic's National Bank of Newark

1831

1871

216

Captain Thomas Patterson's Second Company, Third New Jersey Continental Regiment

1776

1778

217

East Jersey Quitrents

1685

1696 

218

Mansfield Township, NJ

1697

1777

219

Newark Records / John Ogden, Jr. (1743-1815) / Stone Carting Records

1714

1813

220

Elisha Cooke (1716/17-1799), Farmer

1745

1799

221

Calvin Green (1765-1847), farmer

1790

1846

222

Francis Barber (1750-1783), Revolutionary War officer

1779

1779

223

Continental Artillery Brigade

1779

1779

224

7th Rifle Regiment of the Pennsylvania Line / Patton's Additional Regiment

1776

1802

225

Continental Army Artillery Regiment

1782

1782

226

First New Jersey Continental Regiment

1777

1778

227

Jersey Brigade

1780

1780

228

Alexander Scammell (1747-1781), Adjutant General in the Continental Army

1780

1780

229

The New Jersey State Troops

1781

1786

230

Nathaniel Heard's Brigade, New Jersey Militia

1776

1782

231

Tuttle, Timothy, Revolutionary War officer

1775

1776

232

William Barton (fl. 1776-1779), Continental Army officer

1779

1779

233

Jabez Campfield (1737-1821), Military surgeon

1779

1822

234

William S. Pennington (1757-1826), Revolutionary War Soldier

1780

1781

235

Van Kirk, James, surveyor

1813

1815

236

Transferred to MG 81

 

 

237

New York and New Jersey Boundary Dispute Manuscript Collection

1663

1865

238

"A Short Account of the Discovery and Grants of New Jersey..."

n. d.

n.d.

239

Colony of New Jersey: Samuel Smith (1720-1776), Treasurer of the Western Division

1762

1774

240

Johnson, Jotham T.

1823

1825

241

Newark Bay Draw

1871

1873

242

William Pierson (1796-1882), Sheriff of Essex County

1850

1859

244

Paris Ferdinand John, lawyer, agent for the East Jersey Proprietors

1636

1838

245

New Jersey Constitutional Convention of 1844

1844

1844

246

Essex Brigade of Militia

1807

1822

247

Thomson, Jacob Stern

1765

1844

248

N. Norris Halsted (1816-1884) and Nancy Marsh Halsted (1817-1891)

1817

1891

249

Canfield-Dickerson Family (Morris County, NJ)

1738

1928

250

Wilde, Edward S., lawyer

1896

1905

251

Grant, Gabriel, Civil War physician

1861

1907

252

Amzi Dodd (1793-1838), Lawyer

1785

1840

253

Gaston, John Frederick

1868

1868

254

Benjamin Smith (fl. 1788-1792), Justice of the peace

1788

1792

255

Henry Clay Fish (fl. 1841-1873), Baptist minister

1841

1873

256

Joseph Clark (1751-1813), Revolutionary War officer

1777

1783

257

Second Dragoon Regiment, Continental Army

1782

1783

258

Lawrence, John, surveyor

1743

1839

259

Philadelphia Baptist Association, Philadelphia, PA

1755

1828

260

Veteran Reserve Corps

1863

1864

261

Franklin Association, Newark, NJ

1810

1813

262

Essex County, New Jersey Tax Office

1772

1780

263

Wickes, Stephen, physician, historian

1860

1892

264

Newark, New Jersey Census

1826

1826

265

Newark, New Jersey Voting registers

1812

1854

266

Newark, NJ

1817

1850

267

Newark, NJ

1666

1836

268

East Jersey "Concessions and Agreement"

1664

1664 

269

Church at Danville, Danville, NJ

1831

1867

270

Lyons Farms Baptist Church, Newark, NJ

1866

1887

271

Clinton Avenue Baptist Church, Newark, NJ

1860

1948

272

Swedish Tercentenary

1937

1938

273

Smith, Rebecca D.

1846

1870

275

Samuel Gardiner Wright (1781-1845), Farmer

1830

1843

276

John McCain (fl. 1838-1847), Justice of the peace

1838

1847

277

Dickinson, Rebecca

1809

1809 

278

Newark Aqueduct Company

1803

1860

279

Beach Family Genealogy

 

280

Transferred to Manuscript Group 1405

 

 

281

Wood, Stephen

1780

1800

282

Holmes Family (Middletown, NJ)

1680

1905

283

Ewing Family (Trenton, NJ)

1792

1885

285

Raritan Bay Union and Eagleswood Military Academy

1849

1973

286

Stafford-Ward Family

1811

1957

287

James Parker (1725-1797) and John Parker (1729-1762)

1752

1781

288

Stryker, David and Son, general store, Ironia, NJ

1882

1920

289

Westfield, NJ

1742

1839

290

Anne Hart (fl. 1804-1811) and Reverend John Stanford (1754-1834)

1804

1811

291

Baldwin-Brown-Coe Family (Newark, NJ)

1776

1893

292

Ogden-Ford Family (Cumberland County, NJ)

1789

1887

293

Joseph Lindsley (1777-1849), Blacksmith

1812

1850

294

Walter N. Eastburn Manuscript Collection

1743

1956

295

Lewis, Joseph, lawyer

1826

1836

296

Dodge, Elizabeth

1826

1836

297

Smith, Sanford Huntington, minister

1858

1867

299

Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church, Raccoon and Penns Neck, NJ

1713

1791

300

Duncan, Sebastian Cabot, Jr., Civil War officer

1861

1915

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