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Manuscript Groups 701-800

701

Belleville, NJ

1860

1860

703

Gordon, Abraham Julius, soldier, hospital administrator

1917

1918

704

Hoffman Family

1870

1964

705

Ferdanandus Vanderveer (fl. 1771-1787), Merchant

1771

1787

707

Revolutionary Memorial Society of New Jersey

1896

1949

709

Woodruff, Hezekiah Stites, physician

1819

1832

710

First Presbyterian Church Sunday School, Hoboken, NJ

1873

1874

711

Lawrence, Thomas (1744-1823), farmer

1812

1825 

712

Casterline, Jennie Allen (d. 1881)

1867

1874

713

Halsted, Brokaw and Company, wholesale dry goods, New York, NY

1842

1852 

715

Transferred to MG 1012

 

 

717

First Reform Presbyterian German and English Church, Knowlton Township, NJ

1766

1804

718

William Paterson (1817-1899), Student and author

1833

1897

719

Stimis, H. L., businessman

1909

1913 

721

John Morris, Jr. (fl. 1807-1816), Laborer

1807

1816 

722

Hayes, James, physician

1816

1826 

723

Hill, Hiram K., educator

1831

1833 

726

William Pierson (1796-1882), Physician

1828

1840 

727

Bucks Harbour Mountain Granite Company, New York, NY and Newark, NJ

1836

1837 

729

Park Hotel, Butler, NJ

1904

1906 

730

New Jersey

n. d.

n. d. 

731

Sunday School Lesson book

1878

1879

732

Foreign Missionary Society, Newark, NJ

1812

1826

733

Fourth Presbyterian Church, Newark, NJ

1831

1848

734

John Whitehead (fl. 1837-1840) and William A. Whitehead (1810-1884)

1835

1844

736

Newark, NJ Washington School House

1820

1863

739

William D. Crampton (fl. 1807-1828), Farmer

1807

1828 

740

Great King Hole Mine, Randolph Township, NJ

1838

1849

741

Newark Meadows

ca. 1800

1920

742

Jeremiah Wood (d. 1795), Shoemaker, and Rebecca Wood (fl. 1795-1798)

1788

1798

744

Midlantic National Bank

1804

1804

745

Daughters of the American Revolution, Montclair Chapter

1893

1897

746

James M. Quimby (d. 1874) / James Dawes (1795-1844) / Hayes Family (Newark, NJ)

1836

1846

747

James Parker (1776-1868) and Cortlandt Parker (1818-1907)

1867

1873

748

Newark, NJ

1888

1888 

750

Joseph Warren Greene, Jr. (1875-1939), Historian

ca. 1930

1939

754

Everett Family

1844

1873

755

Grand Army of the Republic. Department of New Jersey. Marcus L. War Post No. 88, Newark, NJ

1861

1865 

756

Newark, NJ

1834

1834 

757

Barton, Sally Ann

1822

1823 

762

Upper Freehold Township Residents

1816

1885 

765

Joseph FewSmith, Jr. (fl. 1837-1895), Presbyterian minister

1837

1895

766

Millstone, NJ Post Office

1864

1867 

767

Kirtland, John C., merchant

1898

1899 

768

Smith Family

1844

1862

769

Stephen Denton (fl. 1820-1834), Laborer

1828

1834

770

New Jersey Woman Suffrage Association

1894

1898

771

Sloan, Harold S. (b. 1887), economist

ca. 1929

ca. 1929

772

Second Avenue Congregational Church, Newark, NJ

1868

1938

775

Gibbs Family

1691

1834

778

Love, John J. H. (1833-97), physician

1862

1863

779

Williams, Horton Dobb, stonemason

1856

1910

785

Kinney Family (Newark, NJ)

1783

1900

787

Schley, Reeve, Sr. (11881-1969), banker, lawyer

1670

1969 

789

Meeker Family (Elizabethtown, NJ)

1799

1912

790

Maskell Ewing, Jr. (1758-1825), Recorder of the city of Trenton

1799

1805

791

Baldwin, A.P., businessman

1847

1856

800

De Zeng Family (Geneva, NY)

1729

1925

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