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WILL FURNISH 

HARNESS MAKERS 

WITH ; 

LOOP PLATES 

Of every description and size, by the \ 
sett or single. 

EMBOSSING & PRINTING 

ROLLS, FOR 

Saddle and Trunk 

MAKERS. 

And Marking Brands for Names, 

Post office stamps, S^ocieiy and office 

Seals and Stamps. 

HATTERS' GILDING DIES, 



EMBOSSING & SECTIONAL WREATHS. 

&c., &c., 

At the lowest market prices. 

A CASE, containing specimens of work, may be seen 

at the Drug Store of R. H. Trippe, cor. of Broad 

and Market streets, Newark, N. J., 

Where all orders left, will be punctually attended to 



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119 Market Street. 



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General Furnishing Upholstery, 

Such as Mattrasses, Feather Beds, Church cushions, 
Drapery, Window Curtains, Gilt and metal Cornices, 
Gimp Fringes, Tassels, Cords. Shades of Linen or trans- 
parencies, paper Hangings, &c. 




FOWLER'S Improved Patent Premium BEDSTEAT i 

—Mahogany, Black Walnut, Cherry and WH^td^l^j^ 

ofTins, also, Plates, Caps, Shrouds, Hearses, &.( *^^'' 
J at short notice and on reasonable terms. 



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<« MANUFACTURING COMPANY. >» 

AT Warehouse 53 Maiden Lane, New York. ^ 

(^ Offer for sale as above, on liberal terms, a large an^/^ 
^^superior assortment of India Rubber Goods, embracing^ 
^^< almost every article manufactured from Goodyear's )§/ 

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(<^^ Patent Metalic Insoluble Rubber. ^ 

/j^ Among the articles are to be found India Rubber Shoes^ 
•//for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children, of the most beauti-^^^ 
^ful finish yet acquired for this article, all of which are^ 
^warranted. ^ 

«< CARRIAGE CLOTHS. >» 

^ Coach trimmings, aprons, curtains and Enamelled Cloth, vs\ 
^h a most beautiful article. v^ 

^< INDIA RUBBER CLOTHING, >^ 

^ of every description, which is highly commended to ^ 
v^ persons exposed. ^ 

<^< INDIA RUBBER HOSE. >>> 

wk No person should be without this article, who has the^ 
^benefit of a Hydrant, on their premises. It is very dura- w 
^ble and perfectly clean, can be taken into any part of the W 
^ house without soiling carpets or other furniture. ^/ 

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^<' Lidia Rubbe7' Machine Banding, 



\ m Experience has proved this article to be the best now ^ 
^ in use for this purpose. ^ 

«< INDIA RUBBER WHIPS. >» 

^j These Whips (made exclusively by this Company,) are^ 
^a most excellent article, and are warranted to all purcha-^ 
^^sers, and will be furnished in quantities on very liberal/^ 
V- terms to the trade. )^ 

^ The above goods are warranted to be of the best quali- w 
v? ty, and this company hold themselves responsible to make]!^ 
/'/, ^good the warrantee. ^} 

Wi(« H. HUTCHINSON, President. »i 



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ENGRAVER, 

'A few rods from the Turnpike 
Road, leading from Newark i . 
Bloorafield, N. J. 




supplied with Gilding and 
Blank Rolls and Stamps, Side 

and Back Ornaments for 

Press "VVork, Steel and Brass 

Border lines. 

Lettering Blocks and 
Boxes for Press, 

Lellcring pallets for Binders 
Banks,. and Merchants, Steel 

polishers, Round and Flat, Back 

Gages, Beating Hammers, 

Press Plates, &c., &c., 

The above arc offered to the 
public at reduced prices, and war- 
I rallied to answer the purposes lor 
Jwhich they are made, or the ar- 
fii'-lc may be returned and the 
price will he refunded, 
tjidti-:- Tett wifh A. S. Holbrook. 

Book ai.d Job Printer, tear 
333 Broad St., or J. Smith Book 

Binder, No. 1 Commerce st. 
or R. H. Trippe, Druggist cor- 
ner Broad and Market 
Kts.. or G. fl. Jones' City Coflfce 

House, No. 152 Market st., 
punctually attended to & prompt- 
ly executed. 




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^ MAMDFACTtJRERS & IMPORTERS OF 



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SUSPENDER WEBBING. 

No. 131 Market Street, 



^B. DODD, ) 

h- p. WAKEMAN. \ 



NEWARK, N. J. 



J ALSO, MANUFACTDRERS OF \ 

^SUSPENDER, VEST AND PANTALOON BFCKI^ES.^ 

\ SCARLETT, DODD & CO., < 

^ MANUFACTURERS OF ] 

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At Hedenherg's Works, Inclined Plane. 
> NEWARK, N, J. 



^WILLIAM SCARLETT, 
^BETHUEL DODD. 
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I Looking Glass Manufactory, 

125 Market Street, 
)A FEW DOORS WEST OF BROAD STREET 

Every description and size of Looking Glasses may be\ 
j had at the above Factory, of the best quality and at as low I. 
' prices as can be had any where for the same quality of( 
(article. 

FRENCH PIER GLASSES, 

Of the largest sizes put up in the most fashionable 

style. Frames 

PORTRAITS AND PICTURE FRAMES, ^ 

On hand and made to order, of the newest and most ^ 

' fashionable pattern. Portrait Frames, Engravings, Cer- Q 

aificatcs, Needlework and Pictures of all kinds, framed ^ 

jat short notice in Gold or Rosewood. 

GLASS. 
Large size Window and Picture Glass, French and 

American, cut to order. 
N. B. All kinds Repairing, Regilding and Plating! 
J done with despatch. 0): 

C. G. Campbell, A. Campbell. 

CORNELIUS WALSH, 

^3 'Lgr ^ IF> £S £7 !£> S:£Q £S2 B 

PANTALOON & VEST BUCKLEi 

MANUFACTURER, 

Foot Hamilton Street, Rail Road Avenue. 




S. O. HEATON, 

OAK HALL ' 

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ESTABLISHMENT. 



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276 Broad street, Newark, N. J. 



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teHXRUNKS, CARPET BAGS & UMBRELLAS^ 

I Constantly on hand from the best manufactories. \ 






HATS AND CAPS ) 

ciOF SUPERIOR STYLE &, WORKMANSHIP^ 
Constantly on hand and for sale cheap for cash. f 




eg DRAPERS AND TAILORS, 

298 Broad St near Market, 

AT OLD STAND, 

Would call the attention of the inhabitants of Newark 
[and its vicinity, to their CASH Tailoring Establishment, 
where they have on hand an assortment of 

French^ English and mlmerican 



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BLACK, BLUE, BLUE BLACK, &c., &c., 



ALSO A VARIETY OF 

ENGLISH, FRENCH, AND AMERICAN 
DOESKINS AND CASSIMERES, BLACK, 
IC4 PLAIN AND FIGURED SATIN 

AND SILK VESTINGS. 

They also have on hand a suitable stock of Summer 

Goods, such as ^'>^ 

Wrap (T Etc, Anglo Tweeds, and Gassimei^es^^ 

which they will make to order 

\ln the best manner and on reasonable terms^ 

gThey have on hand, in addition to the above, an assort-| 

ment of Shirts, Bosoms, Collars, Cravats, Stocks, 
fSuspenders, Gloves, &c., &c., which they offer for sale| 

on the most reasonable terms. 
|B. F. Heaton, J - L- Currie. 

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JACOB STUCKY, 



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j No. 252 Broad, between Bank and Academy Street. 

< (THE OLD STAND,) 

i Would call the attention of his friends and the public 
to his extensive assortnient of 

Spring and Summer Clothing. 

(READY MADE,) 

Comprising Gentlemens' wear of every description 

Warranted well made. 
He has constantly on hand, French and English 

BKOAD 6!tOTHS> 

CASSIMERES. VESTINGS, DRILLINGS, 
SATINETTS, &c. &c. 



which he will make up and warrant to fit, or no sale. 

In addition to which he keeps constantly on hand Hosiery, 
Gloves, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Shirts, Cellars, 
Bosoms, Cravats and every article in the gentle- 
man's furnisliing line, whicii will be sold ; 

CHEAP FOR READY PAY. 



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GEORGE H. VERNON 

^^ MERCHANT TAILOE, 
Ho. 310 BROAD ST. 

NHavinff taken the above store for the manufacture ol^fev^S 



©[L®?[}OOK1(B 

f ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, 

Wy,->Ts now prepared to furnish those who may favor hi m^'o^ 
5f^,<. wiih their custom, on as favorable terms as any other >(-^^^ 
p)An establishment of the J<ind in the city. W>-Xd 

0^ Haviner on hand a large assortment of fine French andJ~)5-(o 
^i^English Broad cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, and Fancy5)^^ 
jycDress goods- Also Shirts, Drawers, Bosoms and Collars, /^%Y^ 
,">^Stocl<s, Suspenders, Cravais, Gloves, Scarfs, Silic and^^Cp^ 
'::::I^Linen Handkerchiefs, and every article in the furnishing^:^^^^ 
r^.ine made to order at the shortest notice. 




^;^ A share of patronage is respectfully solicited 




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IMPORTERS OF FINE g^ 

iLOITDOir 'WATCHES,! 

[Receive regularly and directly from the manufacturersgvj 
the first quality of B3>T 

WATCH MOVEMENTS, 

Which are sold at Wholesale and Retail. 
THE BEST QUALITY OF 



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LC8 CHRONOMETER, DUPLEX. AND LEVER SSJ 
[Jg ESCAPEMENT, ft^ 

jviKCan be obtained to order, with the name of the personj^W 
r^ orderinjT engraved on the movement by the maker, S^l 
L^ if desired. Also a general assortment of ^J 

!<SeNGLTSH& FRENCH GOLD &S1LVERWATCHES'£3 
fS8 CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SILVER WORK, |2J 

^SPECTACLES, GOLD PINS, FLA I ED WARE ANDpJ^ 

^«:^5For Sale at the Sign of the Newark Jewrlry Store^ 

268 BROAD STREET. 

,^ S. BALDWIN, RICH'D SMITH. 

r^Fi?ie Watches carefully and skilfully repaired.% 



NEWARK 

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THEODORE R. LAFOY, 

iVb 314 Broad Street, 

IVASBZZ^CtTON BAZiZi BVZZiBINGS. 

Has conslanily on hand a full and complete assortment 

of Jewelry', Fancy Articles, Music and Musical 

Instruments. 



I JEWELRY DEPARTMENT. 

Gold and Silver Patent Lever, Duplex, Anchor, Verti-y^ 
'cal, Lepine, Verge and Detached Lever Watches, Curb.^^ 
polished and Swii-s Guard Chains, Fob and Vest Chains^ 
of all patterns; Silver, Shell and Russet Card Cases ;J>3 
'Gold and Silver Enameled, Engraved and Plain Pencils ;>^ 
'Ladies' Single Stoned, Cluster, Mosaic, Cameo, Corne-><^ 
Mian, Jet, Enamelled, Mourning and Plain Brnoches.Si^ 
;Gent's Cluster, Single Stoned, Enamelled, and Plain^' 
! Studs ; Finger Rings of all patterns, &c. 

MUSICAL DEPARTMENT. 

Piano Fortes, from the bestmaker'?; Violins; Clario-G); 
jnetts, Flutes, Fifes, Flageolets, Bass Violins, Drums, Me- 
jtronomes, Violin Bows. Accordeons, Tunin^r Forks, Vio- 
;lin, Violincello and Guitar Strings, Trimmings for all In-J 
cCOstruments ; a large assortment of songs, Duetts, &c., com- 
?|oP'ising all the latest publications; also Instrumental Mu-C 
Sxl.'sicand Sacred Songs, &c., &c. 



&n Watches^ Clocks, and Jewelry repaired in the bes, 
6^ stt/le and Warranted. 

Q^j f\]A Gold and Silver taken in Exchanne. 



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^ HENRY EVANS, 

CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER, 

289 Broad Street, 

KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND 

A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 

[WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY,! 

Which he offers for sale at a fair profit. 

Clock and watch repairing done at the shortest notice 

and in the best manner. 



JONAS. S. CRANE, 

CLOCK and WATCH MAKER, 

262 Broad Street, 
(ADJOINING THE OLD BANK) 

KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND 

A GOOD ASSORTMENT pF JEWELRY. 
D3^Particular attention peid to Repairing,_/3Q 



ANDREW L. WILLIAMS, 

WATCH and CLOCK MAKER, 

226^ Broad Street. 

A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 

IJewelry, Watches, Clocks, Spoons, Spectacles, ^c.,^ 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

Repairing Watches and Jewelry punctually 
ATTENDED TO. 




WESLEYAN INSTITUTE 

Sax Mah a\\b £zma[e €bticatiou. 



SIDERA CHASE, VI. A. Principal, 
Assisted by twelve thorough and accomplished Teachers, J 
Male and Female. * 

This Institution is located between Hiiih and Shipman f ) 
streetd, near the corner of William The entrance for J J 




ladies is from Shipman street Genilemen enter at the 
western front on High street. 

Tiie N. W. Institute combines the advantages of both 
a Male and Female Academy, located under the same 
roof, subject to the same government, ana taught by a 
joint Faculty. 

It embraces two distinct suites of rooms, on opposite 
sides of the edifice, connecting only ai the Principal's of- 
fice, the Kecitatior\ rooms, and the Chapel. Young gen- 
tlemen and ladies only meet in the presence of their tea- 
chers ; their study rooms being entirely separate. You:ig 
Ladies have the double advantage of studying under the 
supervision of Female teachers, and of hearing the lec- 
tures and receiving the instructions of the gentlemen Pro- 
fessors, in the sciences and languages. 

The Male and Female departments are each classified 
in three divisions, viz : Primary, Middle, and Academic. — 
Each division is subdivided into giades, according to the 
advancement of scholars. 

.COURSE OF STUDY. 

PRIMARY DIVISION. 

Reading, Spelling, Defining, Elementary Geography, 
History, and Arithmetic, Piiilosophy of common things, 
Linear Drawing, Composition of sentences, Vocal Music. 

MIDDLE DIVISION. 

Reading, Spelling, Defining, Grammar, Arithmetic, An- 
* > cient and Modern Geography, Ptiilosophy. Penmanship, 
5 J Ancient and Modern Historyi the use of Globes, and the 
> / construction of Maps, the Elements <d Latin, and of Nat- 
ural Science, Composition and Declamation, Linear 
\ Drawing. 




ACADEMIC DIVISION. ^ ._ 

^^^^"^Lalin, Greek, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Men- i 




Elocution. 



J J suration of hejohts and distances, Surveying, Book Keep- } } 
f i ing, Natural Philosophy. Chemistry^ Botany, Mineralogy, t / 

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f i The Academic year commences on the first Monday in t t 
J i September, and is divided into four quarters of eleven ^ \ 
i t weeks each. ) J 

* { TERMS OF TUITION. J J 

' i All bills to be paid on or before the fifth Wednesday in each f j 
1 f quarter. ^ t } 

\ \ PRIMARY DIVISION. f 

f t First grade, $3,50 Second grade, $4,00 t 

i i MIDDLE DIVISION. " t 

i J First grade, $5,00 Second grade, $7,00 J 

' j ACADEMIC DIVISION. i 

) / First and second grade $8,00. } 

i f Normal Classes, $8,00 per quarter. * f 

J J One daily Recitation in Normal class, $4,00 per quarter. i i 

{ i EXTRA STUDIES. i { 

t ) French Language, $5.00 per quarter, k \ 

K ^ Geiman Language; $5,00 per quarter. j 

; J Drawing and Painting in Academic ^ 

J J division, $5,00 per quarter, i 

i ^ Instruction on the Piano, $10,00 per quarter. J 

f ^ U.se of instrument, $2,00 per quarter. ^ 

J J ll^Instruclion'in Vocal Music free in all the divisions. < 

i f Instruction in plain and ornamental needlework free, \n ( ( 

r \ the femnle department. During the winter term, a charge ' i 

f f of 50 cents per quarter will be made for fuel. ^ i 

I GENERAL INFORMATION. 5 { 

} The edifice of the N. W. Institute is new. No pains or t i 

J expense has been spared in its construction, to render it J \ 

t complete in its adaption to scholastic purposes. Its site / I 

J j is unrivalled for beauty and healthfulness. i j 

^ / Unwearied efforts are made by the teachers to establish / } 

!j pupils thoroughly in ihe elements 4ind fundamental prin- \ k 
) ciples of whatever they study, and also to habituate them ^ J 
f to a prompt and elegant expression of the ideas they may i / 
\ f acquire. Constant demonstrations on the black-board, i ( 
i i and frequent reviews are therefore practised. For fur- f f 
( ther particulars see the Annual Catalogue and Circular ' j 
t of the Institution. f ^ 








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404 Broad Street, 

BUTTER AND MU 

Received every week Fresli, direct from the farmers 

Also constantly on hand a full assortment of first 
quality of 



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which they will deliver to any part of the City, 
FREE OF CHARGE. 



JFLOUR and FRED. > 

l!* Wholesale and Retail, j 



Abijah C. Berry, 
Aaron Ward, Jr. 




No. 374 Broad Street, 

iBegs leave to return his sincere thanks to his patronsi 

for past /avors, and at the same time state that he 

may be found at his old stand with a constant and 



FULL SUPPLY OF 




SNUFF 

A.ND 

OF EVERY VARIETY. 
Lorillard's,Mrs G. B. MifiLER's, Appleby's, Bogert's, 

LlLLIENTHAX/s, -AnDEUSON's, BcSH, & CaMPSELL's, 

FINE CUT CHEWING TOBACCO, 

$ CAVENDISH, LADIES TWIST, PLUG TOBACCO. 
\ LORILLARD'S, MACC.\BOY, AND FRENCH 

lEPAU of which will be sold at wholesale prices. i 



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JESSE R. DONALDSON, 

SUCCESSOR TO A. W, RAPP. 

364b Broad under City Hotel Bar room 
Manufacturer of the highly celebrated 



'u^Put up in Glass Bottles, bearing his namt..^% \ 

CHARLES AUBRY, \ 

Wholesale and Retail | 

MANUFACTURER, c 

No. 118 Market street, > 

near Broad. ^ 

I WEMiM i. ilDRIDSB, | 

6-eneral Fruit and Confectionary Store* and ^ 
152 BROAD STREET, \ 

Opposite the Trinity Church. > 



WOODWARD & DU^ENBERRY, 

Commercial Agents, 

No. 45 William Street, New York, 



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DIRECTORY 



eiff OF NiWiHE, 



* 1851-53. 



Seventeenth Edition. 



BYB.T.^PIERSON. 



NEWARK, N. J. 
HOLBROOK'S STEAM PRESS, REAR 333 BROAD ST, 



1851. 





I B. T. PIERSON'S I 
IDmBCfORf OFFICB,! 

I 17 Court Street, r 



He who steals my purse steals trash (if empty): but he 
who borrows my Directory steals that which eniiches him, 
but makes me poor indeed. Shakespear. 



Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1851, by 

B. T. PIERSON, 

In the clerk's office, district of New Jersey. 




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RUNNER'S GUIDE, 

Containing a List of all the. Streets^ Lanes, Alleys, 
Courts, Places, Parks, Avenues, ^c. now in use. 

With their commencement, progress and end. For ex- 
ample ; Commerce street, No. 1, is cor. Broad-st: No. 
43 is cor. Mulberry, 148 is cor. Market, 175 is cor. South 
Market. And Spring-st. No I, begins at Clay st.| and 
58 is cor Cross-st., 82 cor. Division, 100 cor. Orange, &c. 
And if a Court, I say foi example Ball's Court is 19 Fair- 
street, Halsey's Court is 12 South Bridge street, and Hal- 
sey's Alley 50 Plane st. So that the inquirer may know 
in what direction to go tofind the place sought. 



ABEL STREET. 
From 138 Commerce, N. E 

to the Canal 
Commerce 1 

Canal Iv 

ACADEMY STREET. 
From 248 Broad-st. West to 

Bank. 



Broad 1 

Halsey 18 

Washington Sf* 

Plane 57 

Comes 71 

High 116 

Summit 134 

Love Lane 

Henry 

Lock 

Newark 

Chatham 

Bank 

ADAMS STREET. 
From 160 South Market S 

W. to Cheslnut. 
South Market 1 

Downing 
Ferry 
Elm 



Walnut 

New York 

(Jardea 

Oliver 

Kast Kinney 

Chestnut 

ALLING STREET. 
From 550 Market, S. W. to 

Hamiltoa 
M:irket I 

Rail Koad Avenue 26 

Hamilton 30 

ALYEA STREET. 
From ii60 Ferry, South to 

Paterson. 
Ferry 1 

Paterson 30 

AMITY STREET 
From Elm S. W. to beyond 

Chestnut 
Rim 1 

Walnut 
View York 

arden 
Kinney 
JOhver 
■Chestnut 



ANN-STREET. 

Prom 300 Elm N. E. towards 
Hamburg Place. 

ARCH STREET 

From 42 Warren North to 

New. 

Warren 1 

New 38 

ASTOR STREET 
From 640 Broad, East to 

Railroad Avenue. 
Broad 1 

Brunswick 
Hanover Place 
South Broad 
Railroad Avenue 

AUGUSTA STREET 

From 200 Plane, West to 

Shipman. 

Plane ] 

Catherine 9 

Shipman 36 

BALDWIN STREET 
From 266 Washington Wesi 

to Belleniont Avenue 
Washington 



Cornea 




73 


Pierson's Alley 




79 


Grove 




87 


High 




112 


Summit 




134 


Love Lane 




146 


Silk Factory 




154 


Henry 




164 


Lock 




196 


Coach Factory 




207 


Bosion 




319 


Richmond 






Newark 




244 


Norfolk 






Chatham 






Lush 






Wallace 






BEACH STREET. 




From 21 Orchard, 


Easi 


to 


Mulberry. 






Orchard 




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Mulberry 




21 



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57 
101 10 



High 

West 

Broom 

Prince 

Charlton 

Bellemont Avenue 



BALL'S COURT. 

19 Fair street. 

BANK STREET. 
From 264 Broad, West 

Wallace. 
Broad 

Cannmack's Alley 
Washington 
Plane 



BEACHER STREET. 

From 3 Marshall, South to 

Kinney. 

Marshall 1 

Kinney 40 

BEAVER STREET. 

From 169 Market, N. E. to 

Clinton. 

Market 1 

Clinton 15 

BELLEMONT AVENUE. 

From Springfield Avenue op- 
posite Jones. Southwest to 
Camptown Road. 
Springfield Avenue 1 

Court 3 

Vlarshall 44 46 

Kinney 58 flO 

Spruce 78 80 

amptown Road 
1* 



BLEEKERSTRKET. 
From 26 Halaey, West to 

Lock. 
Halsey ] 

Washington 9 11 

Plane 31 3 J 

Orleans 65 67 

High 81 83 

Summit 
Colden 
Iloyt 
Lock 

BLOOMFIELD AVENUE 
From 72 North Broad, JN. 

W. to Moriis Canal. 
North Broad 1 

High 48 

Brown 
Stone 
Morris Canal 

BOLLES' PLACE. 
From 208 Broad N. W. to 

Halsey 
Broad I 

Halsey 18 

BOND STREET. 

From Chatham N- W. 

First. 
Chatham ] 

Hudson 
Morris Avenue 
First 

BOSTON STREET. 

From 113 South Orange Av 

enue, N. E. to Bank. 
South Orange Avenue 
Bank 80 

BOUDINOT STREET 
From 139 Mulberry. West to 

Pine. 
Mulberry 
Pine 

BOW STREET 



to 



Colden 

North Canal to Lock 
Bridge 

BOYDEN STREET. 

From 97 Quarry, South to Or 

ange. 
Quarry 

Plume K 

State 
Railroad 
Orange 

BRANT'S COURT. 

19 Walnut street. 



1 

Port 



From Colden to Lock, along Flag Staflf 
the Noith side of the CanaLiCanal 



BRIDGE STREET. 

From 105 Broad S. E. to 

New York Bridge. 

Broad 1 

Spring 33 

South Bridge 40 

New York Bridge. 45 

BROAD STREET, 
From Stone Bridge S. W. to 

Elizabeihtown road. 

Stone Bridge 1 

Clay 2 

Quarry 20 

State 30 

Cross 4S9 

Railroad Depot 64 

Division 61 

Orance 79 81 

Washington 108 

Bridge 107 
Upper Common 

Lombardy 147 

Washington Place 108 

Fulton 161 

Rector 181 

Park Place 183 

New 176 178 
27|Miiitary Common 

Cedar 228 230 

238 240 



Commerce 

Academy 

Clinton 

Bank 

Market 

Mechanic 

Fair 

William 

Green 

Franklin 

Hill 

Court 

Walnut 

Marshall 

Kinney 

Chestnut 

Camp 

South Park 

Church 

Spruce 

South Schoolhouse Park 

Tichenor 

Washington 

Thomas 

Astor 

High 

Elizabelhtown Road 

Morris Turnpike 



BROOM STREET. 
From 75 Springfield Avenue 

South to Spruce 
Springfield Avenue 
Mercer 
Court 

Scribers Lane 
Marshall 
Baldwin 
Kinney 

Montgomery • 
Spruce 

BROWN STREET 

From 30 Mill N. E. to Plume 

Avenue. 
Mill 1 

Cxane 



247 249'Bloomfield Avenue 
246 24S Plume Avenue 

ofii W BRt^'EN STREET. 
Ill ilj''''^ 6^ Elm N. E. to East 
fdt% Mechanic 

36$ ??^;r:yette f, 

^^JiEast Mechanic 
408jCRUNSWICK STREET. 

41 1 From Greenwich, East tO 
4-28 Tichenor 
45fi Astor 

Thomas 21 28 

['ichenor 68 

BURNET STREET. 
From 240 South Broad, East 
to R. Road Avenue. 

CABINET STREET. 
From 40 Lock, West to 

Newark 
Lock \ 

Newark * 30 

CAM FIELD STREET. 
From 166 Washington, East 

to Harrison 
Washington 1 

Harrison 26 

CAMMACK'S ALLEY. 
From 117 Market, North to 

Bank 
Market 1 

Bank 7 

CAMP STREET. 
From 489 Broad, East 

Mulberry 
Broad 
Or<;hard 
Mulberry 

CANAL STREET. 
See North and South Canal 
Streets. 



475 
48» 
608 
512 
536 

56 

574 

603 

648 
723 
724 



to 

1 
25 
45 



8 



CAROLINE STREET. 

From 89 Mill, North to near 

Bloomfield Avenue. 
Mill 1 

Crane 19 

Near Bloomfield Avenue 

CATHARINE STREET. 

From 40 Market, S. W. to 

Court. 
Market 



Augusta 
"William 
Nichol's Alley 
Court 



1 

2l 

57 

67 8P 

111 



CEDAR STREET. 

From 228 Broad, West to 

Halsey 

Broad 1 

Halsey 18 



CHARLTON STREET. 

From 131 Springfield Ave. 

South lo Marshall 

Springfield Avenue 1 

Court 13 15 

Marshall 37 

CHATHAM STREET. 
From 250 Bank N. E. to 

Orange 
Bank * 

Academy 
Warren 
Condit 
\'ew 
Bond 
Canal 
Inness 
Dickerson 
Sussex Avenue 
Orange 



CENTRE STREET. 
From ^ Par'i Place. East to 

River. 
Park Place 1 

Division Place 26 

River 40 



CHADWICK'S ALLEY 
3 Fulton Street. 

CHAMBERS STREET. 

From East River South to 

Ferry 
East River 1 

South Market 
Dodd 
Ferry 

CHAPEL COURT. 

(Late Cliiitock's Alley.) 
From 7 William South to 

Pearl. 
William 



CHERRY ALLEY. 
IP3 Plane Street. 

CHERRY STREET. 

From 41 North Canal N. E. 

to River 

North Canal 1 

Durand 7 

Park 15 

River 33 

CHESTNUT STREET. 

E. to 



Pearl 



From 475 Broad S. 

Elm. 
Broad 
Orchard 
Mulberry 
Kailroad Avenue 
Prospect 
Amiiy 
Adams 
ib'Elm 



1 

22 24 

53 55 

63 65 

170 



to 



CHRISTIE STREET, 

From East River S. E. 

Ferry. 
East River 
Bowery 
Ferry 

CHURCH STREET. 
From 23 WiUiam S. W. to 

Broad. 
William 
Pearl 

Hill 43 44 

Court 64 5f> 

Marshall 84 86 

Kinney 120 122 

Crawford 
Broad 



COLUMBIA STREET, 

From 22 Hamilton S. W, td 

Elm. 

Hamilton 1 

Oak 17 19 

Green 39 41 

Elm 59 60 



CITY HALL. 
Head of Market Street. 
CLAY STREET. 
From 5a8 High South to the 

River. i„ _, ., 

High 1^'"°"^J- ^ 

Broad -50 

Spring 70 72 

Ogden 86 

To the River 120 

CLINTON STREET 
From 261 Broad, S. E. to 

Mulberry. 
Broad 1 

Beaver l5 

Mulberry 45^ 

CLINTON WORKS. 
Rear 333 Broad Street. 

COLDEN STREET. 
From North Canal, above 

Summit to Nesbitt. 
North Canal 1 

Warren 21 

New 
Bleeker 
Inness 
Nesbitt 



COMES STREET. 
From 35 Market, North to 

Academy. 
Market 1 

Bank 21 

Academy 31 

COMMERCE STREET. 

From 247 Broad, East to 

South Market. 

Broad 1 

Mulberry 43 

Market 148 

South Market 175 



COMMERCIAL STREET. 

Johnson's Dock 
S. E. to the Shipyard and 
Dry Dock. 

CONCERT HALL, 
No. 1 Harrison street, en" 
trance 1 10 Market. 

CONDIT STREET. 
From Chatham, West to Or- 
ange Road. 
Chatham 1 

Hudson 
Morris Avenue 
First 
Second 
Third 
Drangc Road 

CONGRESS STREET. 
From 'tG South Market, S. 

W. to^Elm. 
South Market 1 

Ferry 40 

Elm 150 



10 



COREY'S BASIN. 

90 Norih Canal street n. T. 
V. Johnson's Dock. 

COTTAGE STREET. 
From ]()8 Mulberry East to 

Railroad Avenue. 
Mulberry 
Railroad Avenue 

COURT STREET. 
From 408 Broad N. VV 

Springfield Avenue. 
Broad 



to 



Church 

Washington 

Plane 

Catharine 

Shipmaa 

High 83 

West 

Grand 

Broom 

Prince 

Charlton 

Bellemont Avenue 

Springfield Avenue 

CRANE'S BASIN. 
At the foot of Incline plane 

CRANE STREET, 
From the River West to Par- 
ker. 
The River 1 

Ogden 
North Broad 
Webster 

High 30 

Brown 

Stone 52 

Caroline 
White 
Ridge 
Parker 



CRAWFORD STREET. 
From 160 Church, West t( 
High. 



Church 1 

VVashington 

High 

CROCKETT STREET. 

From Springfield Avenue N. 

E. to Prospect Place. 
Springfield Avenue 1 

Prospect Place 30 

CROSS STREET. 

From 47 Broad, East to the 

River. 

Broad 1 

Spring 80 

Ogden 40 

The River 50 

DICKERSON STREET. 
From Chatham North to the 
Canal. 

1 
Canal 40 

DIVISION PLACE. 
From '26 Centre S. W. to 

Smith. 
Ce;itre 1 

Smith 44 

DIVISION STREET. 
From 61 Broad, E. to the 

River. 
Broad 
Spring 
Ogiien 
The River 

DODD STREET. 

From Merchant S. E 

Ferry. 
Merchant 
FuTJuson 
Ferry 

DOWNING STREET. 
From Jefferson S. East to 

Merchant. 
Jefferson 1 

Madison 
Monroe 



133 Chatham 
153 15 
170 17-2 

187 189 
204 2f)(i 
228 230 



1 

31 
41 
51 

to 
I 



M 



to 



Adams 
Jackson 
Van Buren 
Merchant 

DRIFT STREET. 
From Washington Factory 

W. VV. along the Northside 

the Pond. 

DURAND STREET. 
From 42 Mulberry East to 

Cherry. 
Mulberry 
Cherry 

EAST CHARLTON. 
From East River S. E. 

Ferry. 
East River 
Bowery 
Ferry ' 

EAST FAIR STREET. 
From 1 1 Liberty E. to R. H 

Avenue. 
Liberty ] 

Railroad Avenue 15 

EAST GREEN ST. 
From Railroad Avenue East 

to Union 
Railroad Avenue 1 

Bruen 9 

McWhorter 17 

Union 4y 

EAST KINNEY STREET 
From 194 Mulberry East to 

Elm. f 

Mulberry 1 

Railroad Avenue 21 23 

Prospect 
Amiiy 
Adams 
Elm 

EAST MECHANIC ST 
From 25 Railroad Avenue 

East to Ferry. 
Railroad Avenue 1 

Bruen 14 

Ferry 32 



EAST OGDEN STREET. 
Fr Merchant S. E. to Ferry. 
Merchant 1 

Ferry 10 

EAST PRINCE ST. 
From East River S. E, to 

South Market. 
Fast River 1 

Bowery 
South Market 

FAST RIVER STREET. 
From Madison Place East 

to Richards. 
Madison Place 1 

lack son 16 

Van Buren 24 

Merchant 
Furguson 
''nambers 
Frederick 
Providence 
lOasi Prince 
Lexington 
Oxford 
Freeman 
Christie 
Richards 

EIGHTH STREET. 
From Ornntje above the Canal 

N. lo above Nvrih Giove. 
Orange 1 

Railroad 
North Grove 

KLIZABETHTOWN R'D 
Begins at 723 Broad street 

and runs South to Eliza- 

beihtown. 

ELM STREET. 
From 146 Mulberry, East to 

Hanover. 
Mulberry 1 

'Columbia 18 

Lit)erty 34 

Railroad Avenue 48 

Bruen 68 

Mc VVhorter 94 



la 



Union IJ7 

Prospect 138 

Gerard US 

Amiiy 

Adams 

Walnut 

New York 

Garden 

Oliver 

Ann 

East Kinney 

Napoleon 

Hbiision 

Cnesinut 

Plait 

Hanover 

Factory street. 

From 16i Quarry N. E. to 

Mill. 
Quarry 1 

Mill 20 

PAIR STREET. 
From 341 Broad, East to 

Mulberry. 
Broad 



Ball's Court li) 

Mulberry 41) 

FERGUSON STREET. 

From East River South to 

Dodd. 
East River 1 

South Market 
Dodd 

FERRY STREET. 
From the Depot, S. E. and 

N. E. to Richards 



Van Buren 

Merchant 

Hamburg Place 

A lyea 

Wall 

Dodd 

Chambers 

Niagara 

Frederick " 

South Market 

Lexington 

Oxford 

Freeman 

Christie 

Kast Charlton 

Richards 

FIFTH STREET. 

From Orange Turnpike S. to 

Oiange Road 
Orange Turnpike I 

Sussex Avenue 
Orange Road 

FIRST STREET. 
From Orange Turnpike S. to 

Orange Road 
Orange Turnpike 1 

Sussex Avenue 
Bond 
New 
(Gondii 
Orange Road 



South Market 

East Mechanic 

McWhorter 

Union 

Congress 

Jefferson 

Madison 

Monroe 

Adams 

Jackson 



1 

i: 

27 
44 
84 



154 



FOURTH STREET. 

From Orange Turnpikes, to 
Orange Road- 
range Turnpike 1 

Sus>ex Avenue 

Orange Road 

FRANKLIN COURT. 
17 Franklin Street. 

FRANKLIN PLACE. 
From 23 Lawrence, East to 

Ward. 
Lawrence 1 

Ward 24 



13 



FRANKLIN STREET. ] 


From 397 Broad, S. E. 

Mulberry. 
Broad 

Vroom's Alley 
Franklin Court 
Mulberry 


to 

1 

6 

17 

46 


FREDERICK STREET. 


From East River South 

Ferry. 
East River 
South Market 
Ferry 


to 

1 


FREEMAN STREET 




From East River, S. East to 

Ferry 
East River 1 
Bowery 
Ferry 


FRONT STREET. 




From 32 Fulton, North 

South Bridge 
Fulton 
Lombardy 
South Bridge 


to 

1 

18 
48 


FULTON STREET. 




From 161 Broad, East 

Lumber. 
Broad. 
Front 
Lumber 


to 

1 
32 
40 



GALLAGER'S COURT. 
44 Mulberry Street. 

GARDEN STREET. 

From 178 Mulberry, East to 

Elm 
Mulberry 



GARRABRANT'S CT- 

11 Bridge street. 

GAS WORKS. 

76 South Market, cor. Con- 
gress street. 

GERARD STREET. 
From 151 Elm N. E. to 

above Lafayette. 
Elm 1 

Lafayette 40 

To old South Ward Line. 

GOBLE STREET. 
From 164 Thomas South. 

GRAND STREET. 
From 59 Springfield Avenue 

South to Marshall 

Springfield Avenue 1 

Mercer 20 

Court 40 

Marshall 60 

GRANT'S ALLEY. 
From 107 Market, North to 

Bank 
Market 1 

Bank 10 

GREEN STREET. 
From 369 Broad, East to 

Union. 
Broad 1 

Mulberry 48 

Columbia 61 

Liberty 75 

Railroad Avenue 85 

Bruen 

Mc Whorter 
Union 



Railroad Avenue 

Prospect 

Amity 

Adams 

Elm 



GREENWICH STREET. 
From 648 Broad opposite 
High, S. E. to South Broad 
Broad 1 

Brunswick 
South Broad 



14 



GROVE STREET. 

From 87 Bank South to 

Market. 

Bank 1 

Market 15 

HALSEY'S ALLEY. 
50 Plane street 

HALSEY'S COURT. 
12 South Bridge street. 

HALSEY STREET. 

From 2 Washington Place 

South to Academy 

Washinston Plac9 1 

Nesbitt's Court 6 

Bleeker 26 

New 4* 

Warren 7() 

Cedar 84 

Canal 96 

Academy lOC 

HAMBURG PLACE. 
From 200 Ferry, S. E. to 

Locust. 
Ferry 1 

Paterson 
Napoleon 
Houston 
Gotthart 
Jabez 
Locust 

HAMILTON STREET. 

From 106 Mulberry East to 

Union. 

Mulberry 1 

Columbia 20 

Lawrence 26 

Liberty 38 

Ward 55 

Railroad Avenue 65 

Bruen 
McWhorter 
Union 



HANOVER PLACE. 

From Astor N. E. to Park- 
hurst street- 
Astor 1 

Murray 
Parkhurst 

HANOVER STREET. 
From 370 Elm, South West 

HARRISON'S COURT. 

26 Ward street. 

HARRISON STREET. 

From 104 Market, South to 

William. 

Market 1 

Camfield 18 
Old Burying Ground 

Maiden Lane 42 

William 56 

HAYES STREET. 

From Springfield Avenue N. 
to South Orange Avenue. 
Springfield Avenuo 1 

Prospct Place and South Or- 
ange Avenue 100 

HEDGES ALLEY. 

From 396 High, West to 

Hoyt. 

High 1- 

Summit 17 19 
Colden 

Hoyt 48 50 

HENRY STREET. 
From 164 Bank, North to 

Academy. 
Bank 1 

Academy 10 

HIGH STREET. 
From 648 Broad, N. E. to 

Bloomfield Avenue. 
Broad 1 

Spruce 71 

Longworth 84 



15 



Crawford 
Montgomery 

Kinney l3n 

Baldwin l5(i 

Marshall 156 

Court 194 

Mercer 236 

William 258 

Market 294 

Orange Road 324 

Bank 340 

Academy 354 

Canal 36(' 

Warren 384 

Hedges Alley 34y 

New 4 Hi 

Bleeker 440 

Nesbit 441- 

Brewery 514 

Orange 528 53W 

Morris Railroad 540 542 

State 555 57<^ 

Plume 574 

Quarry 586 

Clay 5'JS 

The Creek 600 

Mill 604 

Crane 626 

Bloomfield Avenue 700 

HILL STREET. 

From 396J Broad, West to 

Washington. 

Broad 1 

Church 15 

Washington ^6 

HOPE BUILDINGS 

117 Washington Street cor. 
of the Canal. 

HOUSTON STREET. 

From 340 ElmN. E. to Ham- 
burg Place. 

Elm 1 
Hamburg Place 



HOYT STREET. 
From 145 Warren, N. E. to 

Nesbitt 
Warren 1 

New 
Bleeker 
Inness 
Xesbitt 

HUDSON STREET. 
From Bank above Wallace, 

North to the Canal. 
Bank I 

Warren 
Condit 
Sew 
Bond 
The Canal 

HUMES STREET. 

From Spruce above Belle- 
mont Avenue S- W, 

INNESS STREET. 

From 11 Summit West to 

Newark. 
Summit * 1 

Colden 
Moyt 
Lock 
Vewark 

JACKSON STREET. 
From 16 East River, S. W. 

to Ferry. 
East River 1 

South Market 14 

Downing 
Ferry 94 96 

JAMES STREET. 
From 19 Washington, West 

to High. 
Washington 1 

Morth Essex 18 

Plane 28 

High 



16 



JEFFERSON STREET. 

From 130 South Market, S. 

W. to Ferry. 
South Market 1 

Downing 
Ferry 7273 

JOHN STREET 

From 94 Springfield Avenue 
N. towards South Orange 
Avenue. 

Springfield Avenue 1 

JONES STREET. 

From 200 Springfield Ave 

North to South Orange 

Avenue. 

Springfield Avenue 1 

South Orange Avenue 90 

KEENE'S COURT 
14 Front Siieet. 

KING STREET. 

From 184 South Broad East 

to Railroad Avenue. 
South Broad • 1 

Railroad Avenue 20 

KINNEY STREET 
From 193 Mulberry N. W. to 

Bellemont Avenue, 
Mulberry 1 



Orchard 


34 


Broad 


53 55 


Church 


81 83 


Washington 


105 107 


High 


159 16i 


West 




Broom 




Bellemont Avenue 





LAFAYETE STREET. 

From 97 Railroad Avenue S. 

E. to Gerard- 
Railroad Avenue 1 
Biuen 



McWhorler 
I'nion 
Prospect 
Gerard 



16 18 
36 38 
54 56 
66 68 



LAGRANGE PLACE. 
From 5B7 Broad S. E. to 
South Broad. 

LAWRENCE STREET. 
From 64 Commerce S. W. 

to Hamilton. 

Commerce 1 

Market 31 

Mechanic 41 42 

Franklin Place 41 43 

Hamilton 65 66 

LEXINGTON STREET. 
From East River S. E. to 

Ferry. 
East River 1 

Bowery 
Ferry 

LIBERTY STREET. 

From 38 Hamilton S. W. to 

Elm. 
Hamilton 1 

Kast Fair 19 

Green 40 

Elm 69 

LIBRARY HALL. 
115 & 117 Market Street. 

.LINDEN STREET. 
From 60 Halsey, West to 

Washington. 
Walsey 1 

Washington 16 

LOCK STREET. 

From 196 Bank, N. E. to 

Nesbitt. 
Bmk 1 

Academy It 

Cabinet 



17 



Warren 

New 

Bleeker 

Inness 

Sussex Avenue 

Nesbitt 



56 58 
83 

130 

180 182 



LOMBARDY STREET 
East to 



From 147 Broad, 

Front. 
Broad 

South Bridge 
Front 



LONG WORTH STREET 

From 330 Washington, Wes^ 

to High. 
Washington 1 

High 50 

LOVE LANE. 

From 150 Bank, North to 

Academy. 

Bank 1 

Academy . 10 

LOWER COMMONS. 

Is bounded by Broad street 
and Park Place. 

LUMBER STREET. 



From 38 Fulton, S. & E. to 

River. 
Fulton 1 

Rector 15 

River 32 

LUM'S COURT. 

Entrance 380 Broad and 10 
Chapel Court. 

LUSH STREET. 

From 175 South Orange Av- 
enue, North towards Bank 
South Orange Avenue 1 
Towards Bank 60 

2 



MADISON PLACE. 

Is bounded by the Canal, 
East River and South Mar- 
ket streets. 

MADISON STREET. 
From 100 South Market, S. 

W. to Ferry. 
South Market 1 

Downing 
Ferry 64 65 

MAIDEN LANE. 

From 178 Washington, East 

to Harrison. 
Washington 1 

Harrison SI 

MARKET STREET. 

From 292 High S. E. to Pas- 

saic Hotel or the Canal. 

1 

16 

15 

36 

40 

50 

72 

104 

107 

117 

125 

137 

160 

187 

215 

209 

242 

358 

285 

287 

306 



High 

Shipman 

Grove 

Comes 

Catharine 

Plane 

Washington 

Harrison 

Grant's Alley 

Cammack's Alley 

Wilbur's Alley 

Broad 

Beaver 

Mulberry 

Lawrence 

Baldwin's Court 

Ward 

Ailing 

Railroad 

Commerce 

Passaic Hotel 

The Canal 

MARSHALL STREET. 

From 4-28 Broad, N. W. to 

Bellemont Avenue. 
Broad 1 



18 



Beacher 0| 

Church 16 

Washington 36 

High, 

West 

Broom 

Bellemont Avenue 

McKENZIE STREET. 
From Spruce, above Belle- 
mont Avenue S. W. toward 
Camptown road. 

McWHORTER STREET. 
From 100 Elm, N. E. to Fer- 

Elm I 

Lafayette 39 41 

Hamilton 69 71 

Ferry 119 12o 

MECHANIC STREET 
From 313 Broad, S. E. to 

Lawrence. 
Broad 1 

Mulberry 47 

Lawrence 69 



MERCER STREET. 

From 236 High, N. W. to 
Piince and Springfield Av- 
enue. 

High 1 

West 71 

Grand 

Broom 

Prince 99 

Springfield Avenue 
MERCHANT STREET 

From 35 East River, S. W. 
to Ferry. 

East River 1 

South Market IC 

Downing 

Ferry 

MILITARY or Lower Com 
mon is bounded by Broad 
street and Park Place, 



MILITARY HALL. 

155 Market street. 

MILL STREET. 

From 10 North Broad, Wesi 

to Ridge Street. 

North Broad I 

Webster la 

High 80 

Brown 30 

Stone 68 

Sheffield 78 

Caroline 96 

Ridge 125 

MONMOUTH STREET. 
From Spruce, above High 3 

MONROE STREET. 
From 150 South Market, S. 

W. to Ferry. 
South Market 1 

Downing 
Ferry 75 76 

MONTGOMERY ST., 
From 91 High, N. W, to 

Broom. 
High 1 

West 
Broom 

MORRIS AVENUE. 

From Bank above Wallace, 
N. E- to Sussex Avenue. 
Bank I 

Condit 
Mew 
Bond 

The Canal 
Sussex Avenue 

MORRIS & ESSEX 

Railroad Avenue. 

From 64 Broad, ^. W. lo 

Nesbitt. 
Broad 1 

High 40 



19 



Boyden 


50 


Sheffield 


60 


Nesbitt 


80 


MULBERRY STREET 


From 100 River, S. 


W. to 


Thomas. 




River 


1 


Smith 


25 


Park 


26 


Durand 


36 


Small Park 


28 


Gallager's Coart 


44 


Boudinot 


39 


North Canal. 


45 


South Canal 


55 


Commerce 


60 


Clinton 


€7 


Market 


77 


Mechanic 


88 


Hamilton 


106 


Fair 


112 


Oak 


114 


Green 


13-2 


Franklin 


143 


Elm 


146 


Walnut 


154 


Cottage 


168 


Beach 


172 


Garden 


185 


Kinney 


193 


East Kinney 


194 


Chestnut 


229 


East Chestnut 


230 


Camp 


243 


Pennington 


286 


Railroad 


294 


Tichenor 


308 


South 


330 


Thomas 


340 


MURRAY STREET. 


From Hanover Place, 


East 


to Railroad Avenue. 




Hanover Place 


1 


South Broad 




Railroad Avenue 





NAPOLEON STREET. 
From about 320 Elm, East 

to Hamburg Place. 
Elm 1 

Hamburg Place 50 

NESBITT'S COURT. 
6 Halsey Street. 

NESBITT STREET. 
From 42 Washington, N. W. 
and North to Quarry. 



Washington 


1 


Plane 


38 40 


Orleans 


73 75 


High 


83 86 


Summit 




Colden 


95 


Sheffield 




Hoyt 


148 


Lock 


160 


Sussex Avenue 




Orange 


S35 


Railroad Avenue 




Quarry 


875 


NEW STREET. 


From 176 Broad, N. 


W, to 


Orange Road 




Broad 


1 


Halsey 


23 25 


Washington 


41 


South Essex 


67 


Plane 


77 


Arch 


07 


Orleans 


97 


High 


114 


Summit 




Colden 




Hoyt 




Searing 




Lock 




Canal 




Nuttman 




Wilsey 




Newark 




Chatham 




Hudson 





20 



Morris Avenue 
First 
Orange Road 

NEWARK STREET. 
From 240 Bank, N. E. to 

Orange 
Bank 



Academy 19 

Cabinet 2!) 

Warren 45 46 

New 75 

Canal 85 

Inness 

Sussex Avenue 
Orange 

N, JERSEY ART UNION, 
115 Market si. 

NEW YORK STREET 
From Railroad Avenue East 

to Elm. 
Railroad Avenue 1 

Prospect 
Amity 
Adams 
Elm 

NIAGARA STREET. 
From 317 Ferry, South to 

Paterson. 
Ferry 1 

Paterson 30 

NICHOL'S ALLEY. 

From 250 Plane, West to 

Catharine. 

Plane 1 

Catharine 8 

NICHOL'S COURT. 
22 Marshall. 
NICHOLSON STREET. 
From 76 William, North to 

Augusta. 
William 1 

Augusta 19 



NINTH STREET. 

From Orar;ge above the Ca- 
nal North to above North 
Grove. 

Orange 1 

Railroad 

North Grove 
NORFOLK STREET. 

From 165 South Orange 
Avenue, N. E. to Bank. 

South Orange Avenue 1 

Bank 100 

NORTH BROAD ST. 
From Stone Bridge, North to 

the Cemetery. 
Stone Bridge 1 

Mill 10 

Crane 40 43 

Bloomfield Avenue 72 74 
Plume Avenue 
Emmet 
Irving 

Bloom6eld Avenue 294 296 
Cemetery Gate 357 358 

NORTH BROOM. 
From 100 South Orange Ave- 
nue, South to Springfield 
Avenue. 
South Orange Avenue 1 
Springfield Avenue 20 

NORTH CANAL ST. 

From 239 Broad, S. E. to 

Shipman's Basin. 

Broad 1 

Pine 2 

Mulberry 13 14 

Cherry 41 42 

River 71 72 

Corey's Basin 86 

Shipman's Basin 120 

NORTH ESSEX ST. 
From 18 James, N. E. to 

Orange. 
James 1 

Orange 36 



21 



NORTH JOHN STREET 

From 38 Slate, N. E. to 

Quarry, 

State 3 

Quarry 21 

NORTH PLANE ST. 
From 85 Orange, N. E. to 
cor. Broad and State St 

NORTH PRINCE. 
From 112 South Orange Ave 

South to 13 John. 
South Orange Avenue 1 
13 John 21 

NORTH PROSPECT. 

Fr. 1 Prospect, N. E. to Ferry 
Prospect 1 

Alley 44 

Ferry 50 

NUTTMAN PLACE. 
hower end of East River. 

NUTTMAN STREET. 
From 175 Warren, N. E. to 

the Canal, 
Warren 



New 
Canal 



OAK STREET. 
From 114 Mulberry, S. E. to 

Columbia, 
Mulberry 1 

Columbia 16 

OGDEN STREET. 
From 1 Orange, North to 

above Crane. 
Orange 1 

Division *> 

Cross 
Clay 
Brook 
Mill 
Crane 



OLIVER STREET. 

From 209 Mulberry East to 

Railroad Avenue, 
Mulberry 1 

Railroad 10 

ORANGE STREET, 

From 1 Ogden, W. N. W. to 

Orange Road. 
Ogden 1 

Spring 10 

Broad * 49 

North Essex 69 

Plane 81 83 

Orleans 

High ^ 125 127 

Boyden 

Sheffield 168 

Xesbitt 200 

Newark 
Chatham 
The Canal 
First 
Second 
Third 
Fourth 
Fifth 
Sixth 
Seventh 
Eighth 
Ninth 
Tenth 
Eleventh 
Twelfth 
Thirteenth 
Orange Road 

ORCHARD STREET 
From 16 Walnut, S. W. to 

South, 
Walnut 1 

Beach 31 

Kinney 41 48 

Chestnut 69 71 

Camp 79 81 

Pennington 119 121 

Tichenor 137 139 

South 149 150 



22 



ORLEANS STREET. 
From 66 Warren, N. E. to 

Orange. 
Warren 1 

New 30 

Bleeker 40 

Nesbitt 50 

Orange 100 

OXFORD STREET 

From 116 E. River, S. E. to 

Ferry 
East River 1 

Bowery 
Ferry 30 

PARK CHURCH PLACE 

From 208 Broad, N. W. to 

Halsey. 

Broad 1 

Halsey 18 

PARK PLACE. 

From I Rector cor. Broad, 

S. E. and S. W. to the 
Canal. 

Rector cor. Broad < 1 

Centre 8 9 

Smith 19 20 

North Canal 27 

PARK STREET. 

From 26 Mulberry, S. E. to 

Cherry. 
Mulberry 1 

Cherry 35 

PARKER STREET. 
From upper end of Crane, 

North towards Bloomfield 

Avenue. 
Crane 1 

Bloomfield Avenue 

PARKHURST STREET 

From 609 Broad, S. E. to 
Railroad Avenue. 



Broad 

Brunswick 
South Broad 
Railroad Avenue 



1 

13 IS 



PATTERSON STREET. 

From 40 Hamburg Place, E. 

to Niagara. 
Hamburg Place 1 

Alyea lO 

Wall 20 

Niagara 30 

PAUL STREET. 

From 230 South Broad, S. E. 

Railroad Avenue. 
South Broad 1 

Railroad Avenue 10 

PEAR ALLEY. 
From 9 Lawrence, East to 

Ward. 
Lawrence 1 

Ward 10 

PEARL STREET. 
From 206 Washington, S. E. 

to Chapel Court. 
Washington 1 

Church 17 19 

Chapel Court 29 

PENNINGTON STREET 

From 30 South Broad S. E. 

to the Marsh below Her- 

mon. 
South Broad 1 

Orchard 25 25 

Mulberry 59 61 

Railroad Avenue 59 61 

Hermon 112 

The Marsh 150 

PENNSYLVANIA AVE. 
From 30 Thomas, S. W. to 

Burnet. 
Thomas 1 

Parkhurst 



83 



Murray 
Astor 
Greenwich 
BufDet 

PHCENIX WORKS. 

204 206 208 Market sUeei, 
In the rear. 

PIERSON'S ALLEY. 

From 25 Market, N. E. to 

Bank. 
Market 1 

Bank 15 

PINE STREET. 

From 2 north Canal, N. E. to 

Smith. 
North Canal 
Boudinot 
Smith 



10 



PLUM STREET. 
From 138 Plane, East to 

Washington. 
Plane i 

Washington 20 

PLUME STREET. 

From 570 High, N. W. to 

Boyden. 

High 1 

Boyden 31 

POINT LANE. 

From the Chemical Works 
East River, and runs South 
and crosses Ferry at 590. 

PRINCE STREET. 
From 100 Springfield Ave- 

S. W. to Marshall. 
Springfield Avenue 1 

Court 23 

Marshall 40 



PLANE STREET. 
W 



From 85 Orange, S 

Court. 
Orange 
James 

HaJsey's Alley 
Nesbitt 
Bleeker 
New 
Warren 
Canal 
Academy 
Bank 

Cherry Alley 
Market 
Augusta 
William 
Nichols' Alley 
.Willow 
Court 



to 



1 

40 

50 

68 70 



PROSPECT STREET. 
See North and South Pros- 
pect streets. 

PROSPECT PLACE. 
From Springfield Avenue N. 
E. South Orange Avenue. 
77 70 Springfield Avenue 1 

9(i Crockett 



125 

137 

141 

155 

163 

170 172 

200 20-2 

224 226 

250 254 

261 263 

281 



Wallace 

Hayes 

South Orange Avenue 

PROVIDENCE STREET. 
From East River, S. E. to 



PLATT STREET. 

From about 300 Elm, a S. 
West course. 



South Market 
East River 1 

Bowery 
South Market 

UiUARRY STREET. 
From 20 Broad, N. W. and 

W. to Nesbitt. 
Broad 1 

North John 3133 



I 



24 



High 


56 58 


Boyden 


97 


Sheffield 


158 


Nesbitt 


185 


RAILROAD AVENUE. 


From New Jersey Railroad 


Depot, S. VV. 


to South 


Broad. 




Railroad Depot 


1 


East Mechanic 


25 


Hamilton 


61 


East Fair 


87 


Lafayette 


97 


Green 


111 


Elm 


137 


Walnut ; 


157 159 


Cottage 


175 


Garden 


199 


East Kinney 


215 


Chestnut 


263 


Camp 


275 


Pennington 


313 315 


Mulberry 


313 313 


Tichenor 


325 


South 


340 


Thomas 


380 


Parkhurst 


442 


Murray 




Paul's Shop 


470 


Astor 


488 


King 


504 


Paul 




Burnet 




Snow 




South Broad 


606 



RANKIN" PLACE. 
From 16 Market, N. E. to 

15 Market. 
16 Market 1 

15 Market 20 

RANKIN STREET. 

From 125 Springfield Ave 
N. E. to South Orange 
Avenue. 



Springfield Avenue 1 

South Orange Avenue 49 

RECTOR STREET. 

From 181 Broad, East to 

Lumber. 

Broad 1 

Lumber 42 

RESERVOIR of the 

Aqueduct Company 138 
Orange. 

RICHARDS STREET. 

From East River, S. E. to 

Ferry. 
East River 1 

Mowery 
Ferry 

RICHMOND STREET. 

From 150 South Orange Ave. 

N. E. to Bank. 
South Orange Avenue 1 
Bank 90 

RIDGE STREET. 
From 125 Mill N. E. towards 

Bloomfield Avenue. 
Mill 1 

Crane 10 

Bloomfield Avenue 

RIVER STREET. 
From foot Market North to 

above Lumber. 
Foot of Market 1 

Canal 2 

Railroad 4 

Cherry 69 70 

Mulberry 99 lOO 

Centre 109 110 

Lumber 139 140 

To Simpsons 158 

ROWEN'S COURT. 
212 Washington Street. 



25 



SCOTT STREET. 

From 58 Orchard, East to 

Mulberry. 
Orchard 1 

Mulberry 20 

SCRIBER'S LANE. 

From 44 Broom, S. E. to 

High. 

Broom 1 

Grand 13 

West 34 36 

High 70 



SCRIBNER'S COURT. 
23 Prospect Street. 

SEARING STREET. 
From 155 Warren, N. E. to 

New. 
Warren 1 

New 4(1 

SECOND STREET. 

From Orange Turnpike 
above the Canal, S. W. to 
Orange Road. 

Orange Turnpike 1 

■Sussex Avenue 

Orange Road 

SEVENTH STREET. 
From Orange Road above 

the Canal, N. E. to above 

North Grove. 
Orange Road 1 

Sussex Avenue 
Orange Turnpike 
Railroad 
North Grove 
Blank 

SHEFFIELD STREET 

From 78 Mill S. W. to Nes- 

bitt. 
Mill 1 

The Creek 
Quarry 13 



State 
Railroad 
Orange 
Nesbilt 



37 

49 50 
125 



SHIPMAN'S BASIN. 
125 North Canal at the 
Steam Saw Mill. 

SHIPMAN STREET. 

From 18 Market, S. W. to 

Court 

Market 1 

Augusta 10 

William 30 

Court 80 

SIXTH STREET. 
From Orange Turnpike 

above the Canal, S. W. to 

Orange Road. 
Orange Turnpike 1 

'Sussex Avenue 
Orange Road 

SMITH STREET. 

From 20 Park Place, S. E. 

to Mulberry. 

Park Place 1 

Pine 17 

Division Place 34 

Mulberry 50 

SNOW STREET. 
From 250 South Broad, E. to 

Railroad Avenue. 
South Broad 1 

Railroad Avenue 

SOMERSET STREET. 
From Spruce above High 

South West. 
Spruce 1 

SOUTH BRIDGE ST. 

From 20 Lombardy, N. E. to 

Bridge. 
Lombardy J. 

3 



26 



Halsey's Court 12 

Front 24 

Stephen's Court 28 

Bridge 39 

SOUTH BROAD ST. 

Prom 489 Broad S. W. to 

Rail Road Avenue 

Broad 1 

Camp 2 
South Park 

Pennington 30 

Tichenor 56 

South 66 

Thomas 85 87 
Parkhurst 
Murray 

King 184 
Paul 
Burnett 
Snow- 
Railroad Avenue 299 

SOUTH CANAL STREET 

From 241 Broad, S. E. to 

South Market. 

Broad 1 

Mulberry 17 

Market 69 

South Market 126 



SOUTH ESSEX ST. 


From 67 New^ 


S. 


W. to 


Warren. 






New- 




1 


Warren 




37 


SOUTH MARKET ST. 


From Depot N. 


J. 


Railroad 


S. E. to Ferry 


, 




Depot 

'ITorrv 




1 


r erry 
Commerce 




26 


Union 




36 


South Canal 




40 


Congress 




76 78 


Jefferson 




126 128 


Madison 




136 138 



Monroe 

Adams 

Jackson 

Van Buren 

Merchant 

Kerguson 

Chambers 

Frederick 

Providence 

East Prince 

Ferry 



146 148 
164 166 
185 18-7 
195 197 



316 
360 
370 
376 



SOUTH ORANGE AVE. 

From 1 Springfield Ave. W. 

to Mr. Jfoseph Heddens, 

Springfield Avenue 1 

North Prince 112 

Boston 113 

Rankin 133 

Richmond 131 

Upper Jefferson 137 

Norfolk 147 

Jones 167 

Hayes 175 

Prospect Place 175 

Lush ISO 

Wallace 200 
To Joseph Heddens 

SOUTH PARK. 

Is bounded by Broad, South 
Broad, Tichenor, and La- 
grange Place. 

SOUTH PROSPECT ST. 

From D. N. Gardner's Shop 

S. W. to Chestnut. 
Old South Ward Line 1 
Lafayette 3 6 

Scribner'g Court 23 

Elm 31 3S 

Walnut 42 44 

New York 56 58 

Garden 74 76 

East Kinney 111 

Chestnut 127 



27 



SOUTH STREET. 

From 66 South Broad, S. E. 

to the Marsh below Her- 

mon. 
South Broad 1 

Orchard 24 26 

Railroad Avenue 45 47 

Mulberry 49 51 

Hermon 110 112 

To the Marsh 136 

SPRING STREET. 

From 70 Clay, S. to Bridge- 

Glay 1 

Cross 62 

Division 84 

Orfriee 100 



ige 
Bridge 



130 



SPRINGFIELD ATE. 



From 1 South Orange 


Ave. 


W. to Camptown. 




South Orange Avenue 


1 


William 


19 


West 


23 


Grand 


-55 


Brooni 


75 


Mercer 


95 


Prince 


95 


John • 


96 


Rankin 


114 


Charlton 


130 


Upper Jefferson 


150 


Bellemont Avenue 




Jones 




Hayes 




Wallace 




Crockett 




Prospect Place 




On to Camptown 





SPRUCE STREET. 
From 536 Broad, N. W. to 

Springfield Avenue. 
Broad 

Washington 10 12 

High 58 60 



Monmouth 

Somerset 

BrOom 

Bellemont Avenue 

McKenzie 

Humes 

To Springfield Avenue 

STATE STREET. 
From 36 Broad, West to 

Railroad Ave. and Nesbitt 

street. 

Broad I 

North John 38 40 

High 61 53 

Boyden 86 88 

Sheffield 100 102 

Railroad Avenue 
Nesbitt 155 

STEPHEN'S COURT. 

28 South Bridge. 

STILES STREET. 
From 57 River, East to the 

Railroad. 
River I 

Railroad 3 

STONE STREET. 

From 68 Mill, North to Irv- 
ing. 
Mill 1 

Crane ". 46 

Bloomfield Avenue 
Plume Avenue 
Emmet 
Irving 

SUMMIT STREET. 
From 109 Nesbitt, S. W. to 

Bank. 
Nesbitt 1 

Inness }0 

Bleeker 36 

New 

Hedges' Alley 
Warren 91 

Canal 



28 



Academy 
Bank 

SUSSEX AVENUE. 
From 148 Nesbitt, N. W. lo 

Orange Road. 
Nesbitt 
Newark 
Chatham 
Canal 

Morris Avenue 
First 
Second 
Third 
Fourth 
Fifth 
Sixth 
Seventh 
Orange Road 

TELEGRAPH OFFICE. 
305 Broad Street, (up etairs) 

TENTH STREET. 
From Orange Turnpike above 

the Canal, N. E. to above 

N. Grove. 
Orange Turnpike 1 

Railroad 
North Grove 
Blank 

THIRD STREET 

From OrangeTurnpike above 
the Canal, S. W. to Orange 
Road. 

Orange Turnpike 1 

Sussex Avenue 

Orange Road 

THIRTEENTH STREET 
From the junction of the Or- 
ange Turnpike and Orange 
' Road, N. E. to Railroad. 

THOMAS STREET. 

From 603 Broad, S. E. to the 
Marsh below Hermon. 



Broad 

Brunswick 

.South Broad 

Railroad Avenue 

Mulberry 

Goble 

Hermon 

To the Marsh 



1 

15 17 

53 55 
113 115 
123 125 
164 166 
187 189 
300 



TICHENOR STREET. 

From 567 Broad, S. E. to 
the Marsh below Hermon. 
I 
12 14 
22 24 
50 
78 



Broad 
Brunswick 
South Broad 
Orchard 
Mulberry 
Railroad Avenue 
Hermon 
The Marsh 



141 143 



TONTINE BUILDINGS. 
370 372 374 Broad street 

TWELFTH STREET. 

FromOrange Turnpike above 
the Canal, N. E. to above 
North Grove. 

Orange Turnpilft 1 

Railroad 

North Grove 



UNION STREET. 



S. 



From 36 South Market, 

W. to Elm. 

South Market -1 

Ferry 16 

Hamilton 72 74 

Lafayette 92 94 

Elm 130 

UPPER JEFFERSON. 

From 178 Springfield Ave. 

N. E. to South Orange Ave 

Springfield Avenue 1 

South Orange Avenue. 64 



29 



VAN BUREN STREET. 

From 24 East River, S. W. 

to Ferry, 
East River 1 

South Market 
Downing 
Ferry 120 

VINE STREET. 

Prom 126 Kinney Soutla. 

VROOM'S ALLEY. 

From 6 Franklin, S. W. to 

Walnut. 

Franklin 1 

Wakiut 10 

WALL STREET. 

From 290 Ferry, South to 

Paters on. 

Ferry 1 

Paterson 30 

WALLACE STREET. 



WARD STREET. 



From 242 Market* 

Hamilton 
Market 
Pear Alley 
Franklin Place 
Harrison's Court 
Hamilton 



S. W. to 

1 

S 

13 14 

86 
41 



From Springfield Avenue 
N. E. to Bank, at present, 
from about 200 South Or 
ange Avenue to Bank. 

Springfield Avenue 

Prospect Place 

South Orange Avenue. 1 

Bank 125 



WALNUT STREET. 

From 411 Broad, S. E. to 

Elm. 
Broad I 

Orchard 16 

Mulberry 43 

Railroad Avenue 85 87 

Prospect 164 166 

Amity 96 

Adams 
Elm 

a* 



WARREN STREET. 

From 70 Halsey, N. W. to 

Orange Road. 

Halsey 1 

Washington 8^ 10 

South Essex 16 18 

Plane 24 26 

Arch 42 44 

Orleans 60 62 

High 74 76 
Summit 

Golden 118 

Hoyt 147 

Lock 167 

Canal 167 

Nuttman 175 

Wilsey 185 

Newark 217 
Chatham 
Hudson 
Orange Road 

WASHINGTON ALLEY- 
From 98 Kinney, S. W. to 

Crawford. 

Kinney 1 

Crawford 10 



WASHINGTON HALL. 
316 318 320 Broad street. 



WASHINGTON 

Prom 108 Broad, 

Washington. 

Broad 

Halsey 

Washington 



PLACE. 

N. W. to 

1 

a 



30 



WASHINGTON ST. 



Prom 106 Broad, 


S. W. to 


Broad. 




Broad 


1 


James 


17 19 


Upper Common 




Washington Place 


27 


Nesbiit 


42 


Bleeker 


54 56 


New 


69 71 


Warren 


95 97 


Canal 


117 119 


Academy 


132 134 


Bank 


133 135 


Market 


155 157 


Camfield 


166 168 


Maiden Lane 


178 18o 


William 


205 207 


Pearl 


206 208 


Rowens' Court 


212 


Willow 


231 231^ 


Hill 


233 


Court 


230 232 


Baldwin 


266 


Kinney 


279 28 J 


Crawfor^ 




Longworth 


332 


Spruce 


342 


South Schoolhouse 




Broad 


351 


WEBSTER STREET. 


From 12 Mill, 


North to 


Crane. 




Mill 


1 


Crane 


20 



Mercer 

Court 

Scriber'i Lane 

Marshall 

Baldwin 

Kinney 

Montgomery 



25 

63 65 

7173 
79 81 
89 91 



WHITE STREET. 

From Crane near Ridge, N. 
E. towards Bloomfield Av- 
enue. 

Crane 1 

Bloomfield Avenue 

WILBUR'S ALLEY. 
125 Market street. 

WILLIAM STREET. 
From 368 Broad, ^. W. to 
Springfield Avenue. 

1 

7 

23 25 

33 24 

47 

57 

64 

76 

80 

88 

122 

126 



WEST MARKET PLACE 

Is bounded by Shipman, 
High and Market streets 

WEST STREET. 

From 122 William corner 
Springfield Avenue S. W. 
to Montgomery 

William 1 



Broad 

Chapel Court 

Church 

Harrison 

Washington 

Pbne 

Catharine 

Nicholson 

hipman 
High 
West 
Springfield Avenue 

WILLOW STREET. 
From 231 Washington W. to 

Plane. 
Washington 1 

Plane lO 

WILSEY STREET. 



From 188 Warren, 

the Canal. 
Warren 
New 
Canal 



N. E. to 

1 
30 
50 



31 



ANNUAL REPORT OF INTERMENTS, 

From the First day of January, 1850, to the First day 
of January, 1851. 

Men 97|Boys 148 

Women 85lGirls 137 

Total, 467. 

AGES. 



Of one year or under 


111 


Between 40 and 50 


34 


Between 1 and 2 


61 


" 50 and 60 


35 


•' 2 and 3 


61 


" 60 and 70 


15 


" 5 and 10 


26 


" 70 and 80 


9 


" 10 and 20 


24 


" 80 and 90 


7 


»' 20 and 30 


44 


" 90 and 100 


1 


'' 30 and 40 


36 


Unknown 


3 




DISEASES. 




Apoplexy 


4 


Fever Bilious 


7 


Bleeding from the Lungs 1 


*' Inflammatory 


2 


Burned or Scalded 


6 


'' Scarlet 


8 


Cancer 


3 


" Typhoid 


4 


Casualties 


6 


Inflammation 


5 


Child Bed 


5 


*' Bowels 


^7 


do Birth 


6 


" Brain 


18 


Chin Cough 


Z 


'' Chest 


1 


Cholera 


1 


" Lungs 


26 


do Infantum 


1 


" Throat 


3 


do Morbus 


2 


Jaundice 


3 


Colic 


1 


Killed 


1 


Congestion of the Brain 5 


Lock Jaw 


1 


Consumption 


97 


Measles 


1 


Convulsions 


30 


Old Age 


10 


Croup or Hives 


13 


Palsey 


5 


Debility 


16 


Rheumatism 


2 


Diarrhoea 


25 


Spinal Disease 


1 


Dropsy 


9 


Sprue 


1 


do in the Head 


8 


Summer complaint 


3 


do do Chest 


2 


Ulcer 


1 


Drowned 


3 


Unknown 


S8 


Dysentery 


37 


Whooping Cough 


4 


Epilepsy 


2 


Worms 


3 


Erysipelas 


4 






PLACES OF NATIVITY. 




United States 


.130 


1 France and Germany 


20 


Ireland 


91 


Unknown 


6 


England and Scotland 2G 







NEW-JERSEY EXECUTIVE. 

1851. 

Democratic Members marked thus.* 

GovEBNOR.— GEORG?: F. FORT,* Salary $1,600 
Private Sec. to the Gov. — Capt. A. H. MICKLE.*" 
Secretary of State.— THOMaS S. ALLISON.* 
President of Senate.— SILAS D. CANFIELD.* 
Secretary op Senate— JOHN ROGERS.* 
Speaker or Assembly.— JOHN H. PHILIPS.* 
Glbrk of Assembly. — DAVID NAAR.* 

MEMBERS OF THE SENATE. 

term expires. 

IsT District — Atlantic — Joseph E. Potts.* 1854 

Camden- John Gill. 1852 

Cape Afay— Enoch Edmunds. 1853 

Cumberland — Enoch Fithian. 1854 

Glouctster — Charles Reeves. 1852^ 

S'altm — John Summerill, Jr.* 1852 

2nd District — Burlington — Joseph Satterthwaite. 1853 

Mercer — William C. Alexander.* 1854 

Monmouth — John A. Morford.* 1852 

Ocean — Samuel Birdsall. 1854 

3d District — Hunterdon — John Manners.* 1853 

Sussex — Joseph Greer* 1853 

Warren — George W. Taylor.* 1858 

4th District — Middlesex — Edward Y. Rogers. 1853 

Morris — John A. Bleecker.* 1854 

Somerset— John W. Craig. 1853 

5th District— Bergen — John Van Brunt.* 1854 

Essex — Asa Whitehead. 1852 

Hudson — Aaron O. Zabriskie. I{i54 

Passaic— Silas D. Canfield.* 1853 

MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. 

1st District — Atlantic— RohexX B. Risley.* 

Camden — Charles D. Hineline.* 

Thomas W. Hurff.* 
Cape May — Mackey Williams. 
Cumberland- — Benjamin Ayres,Joel Moore 

Samuel Mayhew. 
Gloucester — Benjamin C. Tatem. 

Edmund Wetherby. 
(Sfl/em— Bilderback, — Benner, — Rich- 
man. 
2d District — Burlington — William R. Braddock, Sam 
uel Stockton, William Brown, William 
S. Emley, Allen Jones. 



33 

Mercer — John H. Phillips,* Eli Rogers,* 
Westley Danser.* 

Monmouth — William H. Conover.* Bern- 
ard ConoUy,* Samuel W. Jones,* Garrat 
S. Smock.* 

Ocean — Joel Haywood. 
3d District — Hunterdon — William Tinsman* John Mar- 
low,* John R. Young,* Luther Opdyke.* 

Sussex — Daniel D. Decker,* William Si- 
monson,* Guy Price,* 

Warren— Benjamin Fritz,* John Lollar,* 
Andrew Ribble.* 
4th District — Middlesex — David Dunn, R. M. Crowell, 
P.W.Dey, J. B.Johnson. 

Morris — Horace Chamberlain,* Jonathan 
p. Bartley,* Benjamin P. Doremus,* Jo- 
siah Meeker. 

Somerset — John Demott, Eugene A Dough- 
ty,* P. D. Brokaw. 
Sth District — Bergen — John Huyler,* John H, Hopper.* 

Essex — David Wade, Isaac H. Pierson. 
Jonathan Valentine, Cornelius Boice, 
Beach Vanderpool, William M. White- 
head, John C Beardsley. 

Hudson — ^John Van Vorst. 

Passaic — G. Geroe,* Thomas D. Hoxey. 

PARTIES IN THE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. Assembly, Senate. Assembly, 
1850. 1851. 

W. L. W. L. W. L. W. L. 
1st District . . Atlantic,* .1.1 .1 .1 

Camden 1 . . 3 1 . 

Cape. May, 1.1. 1 . 

Ciimberland* I . 3 . 1 . 

Gloucester, 1.2. 1 . 

Sakm, .1.3 .1 

2d District .. Burlington, 1.5. 1 . 

Mercer,* 1.21 .1 

MonmoiUh . 1 

Ocean,* 
So District .. Hunterdon, . 1 

Sussex, . 1 

Warren, . 1 
iTH District , Middlesex, 1.4'. 1 

Morris,* 1.31 

Somerset, 1.3. 1 

5th District. Serpen,,* .1.2 

Essex, 1.71 1 

- Hudson,* .1.1 1 

Passaic, .12. 

*New Senators. — — — — — — 

Whig majority 9 Loco majority in joint ballot 3 



4 . 1 

1 

4 1 

3 . 1 

3 . 1 



34 

FEMALE CHARITABLE SOCIETY OF NEWARK. 
Organized 1803 — 48 years a^o. 



This society was formed in 1803. Tlie object of which 
wag to assist all the worthy poor females of this city, with- 
out denominational distinction, who are of good character 
and standing, and in need of assistance. An annual 
sermon has been preached by some one of our Clergymen, 
and a collection taken in aid of the society, which to- 
gether with donations from other sources, has enabled 
the society to ameliorate the conditions of thousands of 
suffering poor in this city. 

The total amount received from November 14, 1849 to 
November 14, 1850 was - - - 502 78 

Whole amount expended it the same time 444 67 

And the number of families assisted (more or less) 150 

The last annual was preached the 19th of January, 1851, 
in which the claims of the society were ably, feelingly» 
and forcibly presented by Rev.Jona. F. Stearns, in the First 
Church, on Sunday evening. 

Atmount of collection ----- 162 33 

OFFICERS. 

Mrs. SMITH BURNET, 1st Directress. 
" C. I. GRAHAM, 2d 
•• J. R. DAVISON, Treasurer. 
" J. G. GOBLE, Secretary. 

MANAGERS. 

Mrs. Ghas. Hall, Mrs. A. L. Burnet, 

•' F. S. Thomas, " T. A. Waldron, 

" Rob'tDod, " Wm. A. Whitehead, 

" Oliver J. Hayes, " F. T. Frelinghuysen. 

The society meets for the transaction of business, the 
last Wednesday in each month, 



^5 

DIRECTORY 

'O/* tim Newark Association for improving the 
Condition of the Poor. 

OUaANIZED 1848. 

NAIVIES OF OFFICERS. 

TresideM—lAME.^ MILLER. 
Treasurer— Wm, T. MERCER. 
Secretary— Wm A WHITEHEAD. 

North Ward \ l''\ -P— Cortland Parkbr. ! 
(Supt. — L. D. Baldwin. 

West Ward. ^''' ^-{- ^- :^ermilve. 
( Supt. — John Young. 

ry 1 Txr J S yi<^S P' S. H. CONDICT. 

East Ward s o ^ n t 

\ Supt. — Peter Lindsley. 

CI ^L Txr J ^*Vice P. — Danifl Price. 

South Ward < c, , » c tlj„« , 

( Supt. — A. S. Hubbell. 

r^-At TTT J ^ Vice P. — Horace J. Poinier. 
Fifth Ward g -Robert Dod. 



The city is divided into Five Wards. Each of thes« 
Wards into Districts, to each of which is appropriated a 
Tisitor. Whole number of Districts in the City is 46. 

One object of this Association is to discourage indis- 
criminate alms giving. When an application is made for 
assistance, ascertain the Ward, Street and number of the 
residence of the applicant. This vnll enable you to find 
the District in which he lives, by referring to which you 
will see the name and residence of the Visitor, to whom 
send him. 

VISITOR'S MANUAL. 

1. Never relieve without first visiting, observing, und 
-enquiring. You wrong the really poor if you give t« the 
undeserving. 

2. If deceived, reprort the case fo your Committee at 
once, for record. 

N. B. For the remainder of this society, I refer to the 
Directories for 1849 and 1850. 



36 



CEKSUS OF NEW JERSEY. 





1840 


1850 


increase in 
10 years. 


increase 
per ceni' 


Atlantic, 


8,726 


8,964 


238 


2i 


Bergen, 


13,223 


14,743 


1,520 


11 


Burlington, 


?2,831 


42,204 


10,373 


32 


Camden, 


14,152 


25,569 


11.417 


8a 


C^ipe May, 


5,324 


6,482 


1,108 


21 


Cumberland, 


14,374 


17,191 


2,817 


19 


Essex, 


44,621 


73,995 


29,374 


67 


Gloucester, 


11,286 


14,049 


2,763 


24 


Hudson, 


9,483 


21,874 


12.391 


130 


Hunterdon, 


24,789 


29,064 


4.275 


17 


Mercer, 


21,503 


27.991 


6,489 


30 


Middlesex, 


21,893 


28,671 


6,778 


31 


Monmouth > 
& Ocean, J 


32,909 


30,293 
10,043 


I 7,427 I 


22 


Morris, 


25,844 


30,178 


4,329 


16 


Passaic, 


16,734 


22,577 


5,843 


35 


Salem, 


16,024 


19,500 


3,476 


22 


Somerset, 


17,455 


19,688 


2,213 


13 


Sussex, 


21,770 


22.990 


1,220 


5i 


Warren 


20,866 
373,306 

TY 


22,390 


2,024 
116,075 

, W A R K 


10 




489,331 


31 


CI 


F NE 










1840 


1850 




Dw. Houses. 


Families, 


Inhabitants, 


lohabitants^. 


East Ward, <^ } 749 


1,104 


I 4,287 


6,166 


Fifth Ward, 


C 698 


979 


4,691 


North Ward 


1,192 


1,814 


3,647 


9,170 


South Ward, 


, 1,334 


1,881 


4,756 


9,958 


West Ward, 


1.133 


1,662 


4,512 


8,987 




5,106 


7,450 


17,202 


38,882 


ESSEX 


COUNTY. 




Belleville 


3,518 


New Providence 


1,217 


Bloomfield, 


3,385 


On 


Jnge 


4,387 


Caldwell, 


2,379 


Ral 


hway, 


3,311 


Clinton, 


2,507 


Spi 


ringtield. 


1,990 


Elizabeth, 


5,583 


I'nion, 


1,662 


Livingston, 


1,151 


West & Plainfield, 4,022 




Total 74,000 





37 



PROGRESSIVE GROWTH OF OUR CITY. 

Mr. B. T. PjersoNi Editor of the Newark Directory 
politely furnislies us (Newarii Daily,) with the following 
table, showing the growth of our population during the last 
twenty-five years ; in which period it appears to have 
nearly quadrupled — and that too by those regular grada- 
tions that indicate a sound and wholesome progress — 
There is, in truth, nothing forced or factitious in this re- 
markable growth. The prosperity rests upon the surest of 
all possible grounds — steady industry and sound morality. 
At the present rate of progress — and we see nothing that 
is likely to check it — the population must approach at 
least an hundred thousand within another 20 years. For- 
tunately there is room enough and to spare within our 
present city limits. 







POPULATION. 




1836 




8,017 


1840 U. S. Census 


17,202 


1830 




10,995 


1841 


18.720 


1831 




12,500 


1842 


18,800 


1832 




14,000 


1843 


20,200 


1833 




1.5,000 


1844 


23,187 


1834 




16,500 


845 City Census 


25.433 


1835 


1st Direc pub 


18,201 


1846 


26 ,000 


1836 


City census 


19,73? 


1847 


28,000 


1837 




21.07» 


1848 


30,000 


1838 




\6,\-28 


IS49 


32,000 


1839 




17,268 


1850 U. S. Census 
1851 


38,882 
40,000 






DEATHS. 


DEATHS. 


1839 




410 


Am't brought up 


2,731 


1840 




39» 


1846 


402 


1841 




354 


1847 


555 


1842 




377 


1848 


611 


1843 




363 


1849 


745 


1844 




456 


1850 


467 


1845 




372 


Total deaths, 13 years, 5,5ll 






BUILDINGS. 




1842 


were built 


105 


Am't brought up 


1,060 


1843 


tc 


125 


1847 were built 


384 


1844 


(t 


255 


1848 


402 


1845 


a 


270 


14«9 


450 


1846 


ti 


310 


1B50 about 
Total 9 years 


500 

2,796 



38 
SUPREME COURT. 

Chancellor — Oliver S. Halsted, Newark, Salary $1,800. 
Term expires Feb. 5, 1852. 

Chief Justice — Henry W. Green, Trenton. Salary 
$1,500. Term expires November 2, 1853. 

Associate Justice — Elias B D. Ogden, Paterson. Term 
expires Oct. 1855 James S. Nevius, New Brunswick. 
Term expires, Nov. 15. 1852. Jos. S. Randolpii, Tliomas 
P, Carpenter, lerms expire, Feb. 27, 1852. Salaries $1,400. 

Attorney General — Abram P. Browning, Camden. Fees 
and $!iO. Term expires February, 1850. 

Prosecutor of the Pleas — Benjamin Williamson. 

Clerk — James Wilson, Trenton, Term expires Nov. 
2, 1852. 

Cl:ik in Chancery — Jacob Van Arsdale, Newark. 
Term expires Nov. 17, 1857. 

Chancery Reportei — George B. Halsted, Newark. Fees 
and $250. Term expires 1853. 

Law Reporter — A. O. Zabriskie, Jersey City. Fees and 
$250. Term expires 1854. 

Chief Justice Green's District — Bergen, Essex, Hudson. 

Justice Ogden's District — Passaic, Morris, Sussex. 

Justice Nevius' District — Somerset, Middlesex, Warren, 
Monmouth. Ocean. 

Justice Randolph's District — Mercer, Burlington, Hun- 
terdon, Camden. 

Justice Carpenter's District — Gloucester, Atlantic, Sa- 
lem, Cumberland, Cape May, Camden. 

CommissiQuers to take bail and Affidavits. 

Hudson — Samuel Cassady, Stephen H. Lutkins, J. City. 

Essex — John I. Plume, Henry Uodgers, Staats S, Mor- 
ris, L. C. Grover, Newark, Benjamin Williamson, Eliza- 
bethtovvn. 

Passaic — James Speer, Benjamin W. Vandervoort. 

Morris — David Day, Morrislown. 

Sussex — William T. Anderson, Newtoo ; Matthias H. 
Ogden, Vernon. 

Warren — P. B. Kennedy, Belvidere. 

Times of holding the several Courts. 

The Circuit Court of the United States, for New Jersey, 
holds two sessions annually, at Trenton, to wit: — On the 
first days of April and October; or, if Sunday be the first, 
on the first Monday. 

The District Court of the United States holds four ses- 
sions annually, to wit ; At New Brunswick the second 



39 

Tuesdays in March, and September, and at Burlington on 
the second Tuesdays in May and November. 

The Court of Appeals hold four terms annually, at 
Trenton to wit — On the third Tuesdays of January and 
April, July and October. 

The Court of Chancery holds four terms annually, at 
Trenton, to wit : — On the third Tuesdays in March, June, 
September and December. 

The Supreme Court holds four terms annually, at Tren- 
ton, to wit : — On the first Tuesdays in January, April, 
July and October. 

The Circuit Courts and Courts of Oyer and Terminer, 
are held at the same time and places as the Courts of 
Common Pleas are respectively. 

Inferior Courts of Common Pleas, Orphan's Courts and 
Courts of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, are 
held four times annually in each county, upon the follow- 
ing Tuesdays : 



Atlantic, 


2 June. 


2 Sept. 


2 Dec. 


*1 March 


Bergen 


1 Feb. 


1 May. 


1 Aug. 


1 Nov. 


Burlington, 


3 Feb 


3 May. 


3 Aug. 


3 Nov. 


Camden, , 


1 Feb. 


1 May. 


1 Aug. 


1 Nov. 


Cape May, 


2 March. 


1 Aug. 


*1 June. 


*1 Dec. 


Cumberland 


, 2 Feb. 


2 May. 


2 Aug. 


2 Nov. 


Essex, 


4 Feb. 


4 May. 


4 Aug. 


4 Nov. 


Gloucester, 


4 Feb. 


4 May. 


4 Aug. 


4 Nov. 


Hudson. 


2 Feb. 


2 May. 


2 Aug. 


2 Nov. 


Hunterdon, 


2 Feb. 


2 May. 


2 Aug. 


2 Nov. 


Mercer, 


1 March. 


1 June. 


1 Sept. 


1 Dec. 


Middlesex, 


2 March, 


2 June. 


2 Sept. 


2 Dec. 


Monmouth, 


1 Feb. 


1 May. 


1 Aug. 


1 Nov. 


Morris, 


3 Feb. 


3 May. 


3 Aug. 


3 Nov. 


Ocean, 










Passaic, 


1 March. 


1 June, 


1 Sept 


1 Dec. 


Salem, 


3 Feb. 


3 May, 


3 Aug. 


3 Nov. 


Somerset, 


3 Feb. 


3 May. 


3 Aug. 


3 Nov. 


Sussex, 


1 Feb. 


1 May, 


1 Aug. 


1 Nov. 


Watren, 


4 Feb. 


4 May, 


4 Aug. 


4 Nov. 



•Inferior Court of Common Pleas, Coui-t of General 
Quarter Sessions of the Peace and Orphan's Court only. 

TOWN MEETING— The second Monday in April. 

ANNUAL ELECTION— First Tuesday in November. 

CONGRESS MEETS— First Monday in December. 

LEGISLATURE MEETS— Second Tuesday in Jan'y. 



40 



- 123 ,j^^ s:3' L^ 



Newauk Banking and Insurance Compant. 
264 Broad Street. 

Chartered February 17, 1804. Capital, $400,000 — 
Charter extended in 1821 for 15 years : and again renewed 
and capital increased in 1836, to $700,000. Amount 
paid in, $508,650. Dividends declared in July and Janu- 
ary. Opens for business at 10 o'clock A. M., and closes 
at 3 P. M. Offering Days — Mondays and Thursdays — 
Discount days — Tuesdays, and Fridays. 

President — John Taylor. 

Cashier — Jacob D. Vermilye. 

Directors — John Taylor, James Crane, James B. Pinneo, 
Jeremiah C. Garthwaite, Isaac Baldwin, Beach Vander- 
pool, John R. Davison, Isaac Nichols, William Shugardt 
A. L. Dennis, John Van Rensellaer. 

Notary — Joseph N. Tuttle. 

Attorney — Asa Whitehead. 

State Bank a.t Newark, 315 Broad Street. 

Chartered January 28, 1812. Capital $400,000 Char- 
ter since been extended to the first Monday in February, 
1873, and March 9, lS36, the capital increased $300,000, 
making total capital $700,000-paid in 400,000 Dividends 
declared first weeks in April and October. Opens for 
business at 10 o'clock A. M., and closes at 3 P. M. — 
Offeiing days, Tuesdays and Fridays — Discount days, 
Wednesdays and Saturdays. 

President — Elias Van Arsdale. 

Cashier — James D Orton, 

Directors — James Bruen, Ephraim Bolles, Jeptha Bald- 
win, Wm. Gibbons, Samuel Meeker, Archer Gifford, Silas 
fJ. Kiichell, Charles S. Macknett, Elias Van Arsdale, 
Demas Colion Jr., Marcus L Ward, Charles Ailing, Peter 
S. Duryee. 

iVofary— J abez P. Pennington. 

Attorney — Archer Gifford. 



41 

Mechanic's Bank at Newark, 277 Broad Street. 

Chartered 1831. Capital, $500,000. Dividends de- 
clared 1st February and 1st August. Opens for business 
at 10 o'clock A. M , and closes at 3 P. M Offering days, 
Tuesdays and Fridays — Discount days, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays. 

President — Joseph A. Halsey. 

CasAier— Matthias W. Day. 

Directors — Joseph h.. Halsey, John H, Stephens, Joel 
W. Condit, Williana Wright, Calvin Baldwin, Benjantiin 
Olds, David J. Hays, William Stephens, Belleville, Whit- 
field Nichols, James H. Halsey, Peter Jacobus, John Og- 
den, Ferdinand S. Schenck. 

I^otary — William A. Myer. 

Attorney — John P. Jackson, 



Bank at Orange. 

Chartered in 1828. Capital, $100,000. Capital increas- 
ed in 1836, $200,000, making total capital, $300,000.— 
Opens for business at 10 o'clock A. M., and closes at 3 
P. M. Offering days, Wednesdays — Discount day, Thurs- 
day. 

President — Stephen D. Day. 

Cashier — Wm. H. Vermilye. 

Directors — Stephen D. Day, Daniel Babbit, John C. 
Bailey, Edward Williams, Henry B. Campbell, Moses 
Reynolds, John H. Matthews, Daniel E. Williams, James 
R. Sayre Jr., Jonathan Provost, Charles Williams, Samuel 
Smith, Joseph A. Condit. 

Notary — Phillip Kingsley. 

Attorney do. do. 



Morris County Bank. 

Chartered February 24, 1836. Capital, $100,000. Paid 
in $51,000. Opens for business at 10 A. M., and closes 
at 3 o'clock P. M. Offering day, Monday — Discount day, 
Monday. 

President — Henry A. Ford, 

Cashier — Theodore T Wood. 

Directors — Henry A. Ford, Dayton I. Canfield, William 
Brittin, Joseph Dalrymple, John Marsh, Henry Hilliard, 
Freeman Wood, Joseph Jackson, John F. Voorhees, The- 
odore T. Wood, George H. Ludlow, Hiram Smith. 
4* 



42 

Union Bank at Dover. 

Chartered 1S32. Capital, $100,000. All paid in.— 
Opens for business at lo o'clock A. M., and closes at 3 
P. M. OfTering days, Mondays and Thursdays — Discounts 
on Mondays and Thursdays. 

President — G. M. Hinchman. 

Cashier — Thomas B. Segur. 

Directors — G. M. Hinchman, William Logan, Chilion 
F. De Camp, Heniy McFarlan, Jacob Hurd, Thomas C, 
Willis, Henry Baker, James L. Hurd, Jonas Hulse, 
Richard Brotherton, Manning Rutan. 

State Bank at Elizarcth. 

State Bank at Elizabeth, at Elizabethtown, chartered 
January 28, 1812. Capital $200,000. Paid in. Char- 
ter since been extended to the 1st Monday in February, 
1851: again February 1846 to 1868. Dividends declared 
first weeks in April and October. Opens for business at 
9 o'clock, A. M. and closes at 2 P. M. Offering day, 
Monday — Discount day, Tuesday. 

President — Charles Davis. 

Cashier — James Crane. 

Directors — Chas. Davis, Elijah Kellogg, Keen Pruden, 
John Kean, Elijah Stites, Ichabod Ogden, Looe Baker, 
James W. Wade, Jacob Geiger, M. M. Woodruff, Eu- 
gene S Doughty, Benjamin Williamson, William P. 
Mulford. 

Rahway Bank. 

Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank at Rahway, New Jer- 
sey, chartered in 1828. Capital paid in $l5o,000 Divi- 
dends declared in April and October. Opens for business 
at 9 o'clock, A. M., and closes at 2 P. M. Offering day, 
Monday — Discount day, Tuesday. 

President — Joseph O. Luf berry. 

Cashier — Frederick King. 

Directors — Samuel Oliver, David S. Craig, Joseph 0. 
Lufberry, Henry Mundy, Adam Lee, Wm. Edgar, Jack- 
son Freeman, Henry R. Shotwell, Ira Campbell, Rolph 
Marsh, Wm- C. Squire. 

Newark Savings Institution. 

313 Broad, corner Mechanic street. 
President — William Wright. 
Vice do — Samuel Meeker. 

Treasurer 

Secretary — Jabez G. Goble. 




Newark M'jtoal Fire Assurance Company. 

Office 230 Broad street, corner Cedar. 

Chartered in 1811. Charter renewed for 20 years from 

1845. Capital $150,000. Dividends declared l^t January. 

Directors — William Pennington. James Keene, Oba 

Meeker, Aaron Nichols, Jas. Wheeler, Demas Colton, jr, 

Aaron S Day, Jacob T. Garthwaite, James Miller, Jacob 

Speer, D. Doremus, J. Van Wagenen, Marcus L. Ward. 

President — Wm. Pennington. Sec'y — Archibald Woodruff. 

Mechanics Fire Insurance Company. 
Office 279 Broad street. 

Chartered in 1824. Capital, $-200,000. Paid $100,000. 
Dividends declared 1st March and September. 

Directors — Wm. A. Myer, Asa Whitehead, Wm. Garth- 
waite. Elihu Dav, Wm. S. Faitoute, Daniel Babbit, J. 
W. Condit, Archer Gifford, Zenas S. Crans, Wm. Wright, 
Wm. Pierson, Jr., Charles R. Akers, John J. Chetwood, 
Wra. Rankin, Jas. M. Quinby, Caleb Baldwin, Blnomfitld, 
Wm. Chetwood, J. P. Pennington, Charles S. Macknet, 
Wm. M. Babbit Fred. T Frelinghuysen, James' Crane, 
John Ogden, Stephen H. Plum, Edwin Van Antwerp, 
Abraham Brittin. David S Crane, Charles Williams, 
George A. Van Wagenen, David Smith. 

Pres't — Wm. A. Myer. Sec'y — Edward S. Graham. 

New Jersey Insurance Company. 
Office. 278 Broad street. 

Chartered in 1834. Capital $300,000. Paid in $90,000 
Dividends declared 4ih January and July. 

Directors — Jeremiah C. Garthwaite, Joseph A. Halsey, 
Isaac Baldwin. Peter Jacobus, William Rankin, Elias 
Van Arsdale, P. S. Durvee, Benjamin Olds, Albert Ailing, 
Matthias W. Day, William Shugard, Henry G. Darcy, 
James H. Halsey. Charles M King, Charles T. Gray, 
Daniel Pierson, iStephen H. Condict, Tunis A. "Waldron, 
John H Stephens. H. K. Ingraham, Albert W. Canfield, 
J. Barnet, W. M. Lewis, H. N. Peters, D. B. Turnbull. 

Pres't.—J. C. Garthwaite. Sec'y— F. H. Smith. 



44 

THE AMERICAN 

Mutual Fire and Marine Insurance Co. 

AT NEWARK, N. J. 

This Institution, Chartered 1846, by the New Jersey 
Legislature, has been organized ; and is now in successful 
operation. Insurances against losses by fire and sea, may 
be effected in this Company on as favorable terms as are 
offered in any other institution. The charter is one of the 
most favorable ever granted by the Legislature. The most 
valuable features of the Mutual principle are possessed by 
the Company. All who insure are stockholders, and the 
profits, after paying expenses, belong to the insured. 

A fund of $15,000 has been reserved, to meet losses 
that may occur before the premiums received are adequate 
to pay the losses that may be sustained. 

The Company having been incorporated expressly as a 
New Jersey instilution and to meet the wants of this com- 
munity, the attention of the public is called to the superior 
advantages possessed by the company, that i's merits and 
claims may be investigated. For business or other infor- 
mation apply at the office of the company, 153 Market 
street, Insurance Buildings. 

DIRECTORS. 

T. V. Johnson, S. P. Smith. 

J. W. Poinier, John Young. 

S. G. Gould, A. L. Dennis, 

L. C. Grover, C. F. Decamp, 

S. B. Ailing, John Chadwick, 

David Campbell, H. J. Poinier. 

T. V. JOHNSON, President. 

J. W. POINIER, Vice Pres't. 
J. H. WOODHULL, Sec'y. 



45 

MUTUAL BENEFIT 
LIFE INSURANGE COMPANY. 

No. 151 Market street, Newark, N. J. 
Balance per statement Jan'y 1st, 1850, $935,994 96 

Deduct for losses then unpaid, paid since 40,350 

$895,644 96 

Nett premiums received during the year 1850,$483,804 75 

Interest 54,556 80 



Total, $1,434,006, 51 

Losses and expenses paid, 168,651 19 

Paid on dividend of 1847, 12,938 80 

" " 1848, 50,479 56 

" interest on dividends, 9,495 30 

$241,564 85 

» -^— — 

Nett Balance $1,192,441 66 

ASSETS. 

Cash on hand 41,295 33 

Newark City 6 per cent bonds, 1,900 

Brooklyn " " " " 60,000 
Bonds and Mortgages on real estate worth double 

the amount loaned, 370,951 48 

Real Estate in Newark, 16,968 ll 
Premium notes drawing 6 per cent interest. 

secured by policies, 693,061 61 

Loans on Scrip, 6,609 88 
Premiums, premium notes, and cash in the 

hands of agents, 11,655 26 



1,192,441 66 
DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS. 

Robert L. Patterson, Thomas B. Segur, 

Charles S. Macknet, Henry Mc Farlan, 

Lewis C. Grover, William M. Simpson, 

Selh Low, Randall H. Green, 

John R. Weeks, Joel W. Condit, 

Andrew S. Snelling, Nehemiah Perry. 

ROBIGRT L. PATTERSON, President. 

JOEL W. CONDIT, Vice President. 
B. C. MILLER. Sec'y 

LEWIS C. GROVER, Attorney and Counsel. 
JOSEPH B. JACKSON, m. d. Medical Exadi'r. 



N. York, 


chart'd. 


1824, 


$300,000 


<> 


it 


1824, 


250,000 


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250,000 


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210,000 


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250,000 



46 
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE. 

KING & BOND, 

No. 298 BROAD STREET, (up stairs^ 

Will effect Insurance against Loss and Damage by 
Fire in the following named Companies; all of sound 
capital and established reputation. 

Fireman's 

Howard 

Manhattan 

City Fire 

Jefferson 

iEtna 

iEtna of H 

Delaware Mutual Safety, Philadelphia. 
Incorporated in 1844 on the stock and 
Mutual principle. Present Capital, 200,000 

Insurance in the above Companies will be effected at 
as low rate of premium as any responsible company 
doing business in this city, and losses promptly paid. 

LIFE INSURANCE. 

New York Life Insurance and Trust Company, char- 
tered in 1832— Capital $1,000,000 

This company is chartered on the Stock and Mutual 
principle. Rates of premiums favorable. The amount 
of its Capital makes its policies safe beyond a perad- 
▼enture. 

DEEDS &, MORTGAGES 

Written and acknowledged, and will go to any part of th« 
city to do the same. Also, Leases, Agreements, Wills, 
and other instruments of Writing promptly attended to. 

JAMES F. BOND, has been appointed a Notary Public. 

MOSES R. KIn5, 
JAMES F. BOND, 
SAMUEL W. BOND. 



47 

STABIIilTir-SECURITY-PERPETUITT. 

1,280,000 ! 

STATEMENT OP THE AFFAIRS OP THE 

MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

OF NEW YORK-NO. 35 WALL ST., 

For the j^ear ending January 31st, 1851. 

Net assets on hand, January 31st, 1850,- - - $991,161,62 

RECEIPTS. 
For Premiums, - - - $454,142,97 
" Interest, - - - . 60,937,17 
" Profitonsaleof United States and 

State of New York Stocks, 15,826,24 530,906,38 



1,522,068,00 
DISBURSEMENTS. 
For Losses paid, (including $25,000 losses 

oflasl year paid this year,) $160,640,00 
For surrendered policies, ~ 16,641,23 
For salaries, rent, physician's fees, 

staitonery, printing, postage, &c. 21,6l9,l8 
For commissionsj advertising, ex- 
changes, ^-c. - - - 24,279,40 223,679,54 

Assets 31st January, 1851. - - . 1,298,388,46 
Losses incurred, not yet paid, awaiting proofs 

of death, - - ' 18,300,00 

Net assets, all losses & expenses being paid, $1,280,088 46 
INVTESTED AS FOLLOWS: 

In Bank of N. Y. & cash on hand, 16,410 91 

In Mercantile Bank, temporary de- 
posit on interest. ... 8,688 75 

In bonds and mortgages on real es- 
tate, principally in the cities of 
New York and Brooklyn, worth 
double the amount loaned, - 1,128,83122 

In Stocks, United States and Cor- 
poration of N York, cost value 1 17,919 09 

Balance due from agents,- - - 26,538 49 $1,298,388 46 



JOSEPH B. COLLINS, Pres't. 
ISAAC ABBATT, Sec'y. CHAS. GlLL, Actuary. 
MiNTORN Post, M. M., Medical Examiner, New York. 
Joseph Blunt, Counsellor 
J. G. GoBLB. M. 1)., Medical Examiner, Newark, 

L. S. GOBLE. Agent, 299 Broad st, (up stairs.) 



g 



CLINTON MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. 

115 Market-st., (Library Hall Buildings.) 




Chartered March 7ih 1848, 

NUMBER OF POLICIES ISSUED, 4,000. 

Premium thereon #132,000. Losses & Expenses, $16,000* 

This Company is strictly mutual in its character, and 
offers advantages which need only to be understood to 
command public confidence and patronage. They insure 
none but the safest kind of property, and take no risk ex- 
ceeding $3000. Policies are made on fair and equitable 
principles, giving to the insured an opportunity to share in 
all the profits of the business; annual dividends being de> 
Glared on all policies that have subsisted successively for 
five years. Every person insured becomes thereby a mem* 
ber of the company, and is entitled to vote at the election 
of its directors. The Company is responsible for all sur- 
veys made by its agents, and agrees to arbitrate all matters 
of difference should any occur. Discrimination is made in 
favor of safer risks, and such are taken at vert/ low premi- 
ums. The Company invites the closest scrutiny into its 
character and business. The unparalleled success of this 
Company over all others of its kind in this state, is the 
strongest assurance of its merits and of the superior in- 
ducements which it offers to the public. 

DIRECTORS. 

Samuel H. Gardner, Aaron Coe, 

A. C. M. Pennington, Nehemiah Perry, 

John C. Beardsley, James J. Mapes, 

John R. Mulford, Daniel Squier, 

Samuel Baldwin, Alvah Sherman, 

William Brown, Henry Meeker, Lewis Pierson. 

CHAS. A. SHERMAN, SAMUEL H. GARDNER, 
Secretary. President. 

A. C. M, PENNINGTON, ALVAH SHERMAN, 

Treasurer. General Agent. 



49 



NEWARK 

COMPAMf . 



The books for subscription to the Capital Stock were 
opened on the 14th of April, 1846, and the requisite num- 
ber of shares to ensure the completion of the works sub- 
scribed. 

A contract was made on the 20th day of May, with 
Mr. Joseph Battin for the erection of works to supply 
forty thousand cubic feet of Gas per day, and lay four 
miles of main pipes for the distribution of the same. On the 
25th of December, 1846, the manufacture of Gas was com- 
menced, and on the 5th of January, 1847, the main pipes 
were filled, the whole having been accomplished in the 
short space of eight months. 

CHARLES ALLING, President, 
JOHN VAN WAGENEN. Secretary, 
JOHN VAN WAGENEN, Treasurer, 
CHARLES ALLING, Superintendent, 
GEORGE HOCK, Assistant do. 

DIRECTORS. . 

James Keene, Jeremiah C. Garthwaite, 

Joseph Battin, John Chadwick, 

Beach Vanderpool, Samuel Meeker, 
E. Van Antwerp. Wm. Shugard, 

Charles Ailing. 



50 

NEWARK AaUEDUCT COMPANY. 

Chartered Nov. 17th, 1800. Dividends declared in 
February and August. The Company have recently laid 
several miles of pipe, and greatly increased the supply of 
water, and have also contracted with the city to supply 
water for the extinguishment of fires. 

President — John H. Stephens. 

Secretary — L. A. Smith. 

Treasurer — George Baldwin. 

Superintendent — George Baldwin, 

Directors — Wm. Wright, Samuel Baldwin, Jr. John H. 
Stephens, Edwin VanAnlwerp, Wm. S. Faitoute, L. A. 
Smith, Joel W. Condit, John J. Bockee, George Baldwin, 
John M. Davies, John Chadwick, B. T. Nichols, O. B. 
Baldwin. 

ESSEX COUNTY INSTITUTE. 

For the promotion of Agriculture, Horticulture and • 
Manufactures. 
President, Wm. PENNINGTON, Newark, 
IstVicedo Dr. Wm. PIERSON, Orange, 
2d " Prof. Jas. J. MAPES, Clinton 

Reed. Sec'y T. C. MUNN, Orange, 
Cores'g, do Dr. L. A. SMITH, Newark. 
Treasurer, JOHN R. WEEKS, Newark, 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 
Abiathar Harrison, Orange, Sebastian Duncan, Belle'lle 
John Jelliff, Newark, ' H. N. Parkhurst, Newark, 

Thos. McKirgan, Clinton, Abraham VanRiper, Belle'lle, 
Wm. M. Liliell, Newark, J. C. Beardsley, Clinton, 
H. H. Nichols, Newark, Dr. Jos. H Cross, Union, 
B. F, Harrison, Newark, J. H. Baldwin, Bloomfield, 
Wm. M. Babbitt, Orange, John H. Tims, Newark, 
John Garside, Newark, Thos. B. Pierson, Newark, 

J. Henry Clark, Newark, Wm. J. Pell, Orange, 
John M. Phillips, Newark, Abijah Harrison, Orange. 



51 

PROTESTANT FOSTER HOME SOCIETY. 

870 North Broad street. June 4th 1849. 

OFFICERS. , 

Mrs. C. S. RIGGS, 1st Directress. 
•' SMITH BURNET, 2d Directress. 
" WM. TUTTLE. Treasurer. 
" F. T. FRELINGHUYSEN. Corres. Sec'y. 
Miss CORNELIA BALDWIN, Recording Sec'y. 

MANAGERS. 
Mrs. J. C. Hornblower, Mrs. J. R. Davison, 
" E. Van Antwerp, '' T. A. Waldron. 

" J. G. Goble, " J. B. Jackson, 

" Jacob Johnson, " Isaac Meeker, 

" John Drake, " J.A.Bowles, 

" Wm.H. Burroughs, " S. H. Kitchell. 

" Smith Halsey, " M. W. Day, 

•' Bruen Congar, " L. Plume, 

" Howell Clark, " N. Perry, 

" D. E. Noyes, " S. C. Howell, 

" J. H. Clark, " Horace H. Nichols 

" Wm- Rogers, " Luther Goble, 

" A. L. Burnet, Miss Emina Riggs. 

Miss Tace Hiiiyer. 

TRUSTEES. 
Wm- Pennington, Joseph N. Tuitle, John R. Davison, 
Joseph P. Bradley, Isaac Van Wagenen, Joseph A. Halsey, 
Physicians — J. B. Jackson, 181 Broad, S. H. Penning- 
ton, 255 Broad. 

Dentist — A. G. P. Colburn. 

Miss Mary N. Axtell, Teacher. 
Henry Axtell, Superinlendant. 



NEWARK ORPHANS' ASYLUM. 
Corner of High and Court streets. 

OFFTPPRS 
Mrs. ELIZABETH RICORD, First Directress. 

" P. W. MARTIN, Second do 

Miss L. L. WARD, Recording Secretary. 
Mrs. OLIVER J. HAYES, Corresponding do 

'• J. H. STEPHENS, Treasurer. 

COMMITTEE ON ADMISSIONS. 
Mrs. John Van Wagenen, 8 Cedar st. 

" John Hartshorne, 60 Warren st. 

" D. M. Wilson, 225 Market st. 

" Wm. A. Baldwin, 61 Market. 

" J. H. Woodhull, 56 Walnut st. 

" B. C. Miller, 21 Clinton st. 




A. STEPHEN HOLBROOK, 

Respectfully informs his friends and the public generally 

that he has purchased the Printing Office, lately 

occupied by Aaron Guest, 

333 Broad Street, in the rear. 

and is prepared to execute all kinds of 

JJlttin, JTancg S^ ODrnamental lob IJrintinj 

in an expeditious, neat and Prompt manner. 

fS'Persons wishing Printing need fear no Tardiness in 

the execution of their Orders. 

Tip, Card, Job and Copper Plate 

IJ COMMERCE STREET, 3d STORY. 
WILLIAM B. KINNEY, 

Of Everij Desanption, 
266 BROAD STREET, (UP STAIRS.) 

CROW ELL & CARL, 

Book and Job Printers, 

295 Broad street, {up stairs.) 



53 




Fire Engine No. 1, 8 William street. 
Fire Engine No. 2, 55 Washington street. 
Fire Engine No. 3, 27 Court street. 
Fire^Engine No. 4, 
Fire" Engine No. 5, 106 Market street. 
Fire Engine No. 6, 58 Mulberry street. 
Fire Engine No. 7, 70 Orange street. 
Fire Engine No. 8, 39 Ferry street. 
Hook and Ladder No. 1, 320 Broad-st. 
Hose Carriage No. 1, 1 Harrison street. 

GEORGE W. ANDRUSS, Chief Engineei 

John H. Landell, ^ 

Charles Crossley, > Assistant Engineers. 

J. V. ^N. VOORHEES. ) 

NEWARK FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

At the annual meeting of the Representatives, December 
I7th 1850, the following officers were duly elected. 
T. p. Howell, President. 

Wm Phillips, Vice President. 

D. P. WooDROFF, Secretary. 

Edward R. Whitlock, Treasurer. 



Win. S. Jaques, 

Alex. Pool, 
David J. Camfield, 
H. G. Darcy, 
A. D. Jones, 
Geo. H. Bruen, 
J. H. Landell, 
Wm. B. Guild, 
H. H. Nichols, 
N. H. Lewis, 



TRUSTEES, 



Collector, 



176 Broad street. 
170 Washington street. 

10 Cedar street. 
153 Broad street. 
104 Mulberry street. 
. 3 Cammack's Alley. 

7 Baldwin street. 
235 Washington street. 
96 Halsey street. 




CRUNCHES. 

1 — 1st Presbyterian. 315J Broad — Jona P. Stearns, 

2 — 2d Presbyterian, 17 Washington — Vacant 

3--3d Presbyterian, HSih Broad— H. N. Brinsmade. 

4— 4th C«ntral Presbyterian. 158 Wash.— G. C Lucas. 

5— 5th Park Presbyterian, 8 Park Chh. Pi.— A. D. Eddy. 

6 — 6th Presbyterian. 74 Union — Wm. Aikman. 

7— 7th High street Presbyterian, 197 High— D. W. Poor. 

8 — 1st Free Presbyterian, 15 Clinton — Charles Beecher. 

9 — 1st Associate Presbyterian, \2\) Washington — 

10 — 2d Associate Presbyterian, 16 Clinton — 

11 — 1st Reformed Dutch, 1691 Market — James Scott. 

12— 2d Reformed Dutch, 26 E. Mechanic— Gustavo Abeel. 

13— 1st Baptist, 25 Academy— Henry C. Fish. 

14 — 2nd South Baptist, 42 Kmney — William Hague. 

J5 — 1st Episcopal, (Trinity) 157 Broad — M. H. Henderson. 

16— 2nd Episcopal (Grace) 409 Broad— John L. Watson. 

17 — 3d Episcopal (Christs) 25 N. Prospect — R. Lowell. 

18— 4th Epis'l , (House of Prayer) 34Bd — S. L. Southard. 

19— 1st Methodist, 54 Halsey— E. H. Stokes. 

20— 2nd Methodist, J 2 Franklin— W. P. Corbit. 

21 — 3d Methodist, 3 Clinton— L. D. Barrows. 

22— 4th Methodist, 125 Union— J. B Dobbins. 

23— 5th Methodist, 37 Quarry — J. C. Winner. 

24— 6th Methodist, 181 Market— Jos. B. Wakeley. 

25 — 1st Bethel, Dock foot of Market— Frederick Pilch. 

26— 1st Universalist, Lib. Hall— O. W. Wight, 

27 — 2d Universalist. Ins. Buildings — J. H. Farnsworth. 

28— 1st Roman Catholic, (St. Johns) 10 Mul— P. Moran. 

29— 2d Roman Catholic, 84 William— N. Baillies, 

30 — 3d Roman Catholic, (St. Patricks) 47 Wash.-D. Senei 

31 — 1st German Presbyterian, 112 Market — Wm. Winnis. 

32 — 1st German Ev. Lutheran, 28 Mechanic,— B\ Maschop 

33— 1st German Baptist, 23 New — 

34— 1st Ger. Ref. (3d) Dutch, 42J Mul— F. A. Lehlbach. 

35— 1st Ger. Epis'l, (St. Matthews) 166 Mar.-J. D. Rose. 

36— Ist German Methodist, 25l Market — 

37— 1st African Presbterian, 132 Plane— E P. Rogers. 

38— 1st African Episcopal, (St. Philips) 291 Broad — 

39 — 1st African Methodist, 67 Academy — 

40 — 2d African Methodist 36 Catharine — 



1851-53. 

PIERSON'S 

NEWARK CITY DIRECTORY 

FOR THE 

76th YEAR OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, 
FROM 4lh JULY, 1851. 



Important observations to those using this Work. 

Throughout this Directory, the christian names of those 
where there are more than one of the same surname, are 
carefully alphabetically arranged, male and female, firms, 
&c. In searching for a name, the inquirer must know the 
proper spelling. For example, a person seeking for — 
Pirsson, will not find the one sought for if he looks in the 
names of Pierson ; so, also, for Bonnell, he should not 
look among the Bonnels ; and for Conger, not in Congar ; 
and for Parcels, not look in Parsals, Parceils or Parsil ; 
nor for Hays in Hayes. 

h. stands for house — n. near — c. corner — r. residence — 
Av. Avenue — Pi. Place — Ct. Court. 

Abbis John C, tinsmith 76 Kinney 

Abeel Rev. Gustavus. Pas. 2d Ref. Dutch Church h. 

231 Market 
Abel George, saddler 20 Bruen 
Abel John B. musician Broom c. Springfield Avenue 
Aber Ebenezer C. children's shoe mfr. 34 Bleeker h. 

81 Plane 
Aber Stephen D. sash & blind 19 Bank h 31 Orleans 
Abieniste Louis, engraver 356 Broad 
Abrams Charles, mason 144 Plane 
Abrefht Lewis, jeweler IfiO Mulberry 
Abseil William, cooper 620 High 
Ackerman Christian, locksmith 29 McWhorter 
Ackerman Cornelius C. boarding house 265 Broad 
Ackerman George, printer 266 Broad 
Ackerman George, sash Si blind 22J Church 
Ackerman John, shoemaker 4 Cross 
Ackerman Mary, widow of Isaac 76 Halsey 
Ackerman Warren, indiarubber 59 Maiden Lane New York 

h. 172 Market 
Ackerson Sarah, widow of John, 337 Broad 



56 fierson's 

Ackerson William, laborer 130 Commerce 

Ackley Catharine S. 4 Commerce 

Adami Paul, hatter 4 Pear Alley 

Adams & Brother H. merchant tailors 316 Broad 

Adams Charles, 63 Springfield Avenue 

Adams Crowell, express agent 306 Broad 

Adams Ezekiel, mason 18 Baldwin 

Adams Francis, moulder c. Nichols 4" S. Prospect 

Adams Frederick, tanner 36 Bridge 

Adams George, paper stainer 169 Commerce 

Adams Henry, mer. tailor 316 Broad h. 139 Washington 

Adams John, laborer 188 Court c. Prince 

Adams John, mason Navy Yard Clinton 

Adams Lewis, jeweler 168 Mulberry c. Cottage 

Adams Lewis, mason foot East Green 

Adams Linn, merchant tailor 316 Bro%d h. 110 Mulberry 

Adams Lydia, widow ll5 Washington 

Adams Obadiah. harness maker 27 Academy 

Adams Oliver, blacksmith 53 Union 

Adams Robert B. jeweler 56 Walnut 

Adams Thomas W. jeweler 2 Fair h. 63 Mulberry 

Adams William, shoemaker 27 Catharine 

Adams William, collar maker 110 Mulberry 

Adams William H. tailor 66 Walnut 

Adamy John F. French shoemaker r. 4 Jackson 

Addis John, clerk 135 h. 17 Market 

Addis Miles, clerk 45 h. 17 Market 

Addison 0;ivia, widow of William 63 Washington 

Adler Ludwig, fancy baskets 43 William 

Agens Alexander M. clerk 150 Broad h. 20 Halsey 

Agens & Co. hat manufacturers 27l Broad 

Agens George W. clerk 150 Broad 

Agens James H. sash and blind inquire l50 Broad 

Agens James S. shoemaker 68 Orleans 

Agens John, 1 Sourh Canal 

Agens John L. periodical 4" paper office 1 Commerce 

Agens Jonas, shoe store and manufacturer 150 Broad 

Agens Sarah, widow of James 68 Orleans 

Agens Thomas, hat manuf, 271 Broad h. 89 Washington 

Agens William A. boot and shoe store 150 Broad 

Agnew Rev. J. H. Prof, languages University Michigan 

Aign Michael, tanner 8^ Shipman 

Aikin James, shoemaker 4 Cross 

Aikin Margaret, tailoress 122 Orange 

Aikman Rev. Wrn. Pastor 6th Pres. Chh. 109 Commerce 

Akers Oscar J. m. d. 91 Broad 

Albert Charles, stone cutter 28 Mercer 

Albert George W. shoemaker 1 13 Orange 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 57 

Albert William H. carman l34 Academy 

Albray Anthony C. potter 83 Broad 

Albright Henry, shoemaker 30 Fair 

Albright John, india rubber 105 William 

Alcock James, needle finisher 88 Warren 

Alcock Robert Welford, carver 21 Columbia 

Alden James, 62 North Broad 

Alden Jr. James W' music teacher 648 High 

Alden Joseph L. lumber 131 River h. 16 Front 

Alden Thomas C. accountant 15 Goerck IS'ew York 

Alderson George, laborer 45 Bridge 

Aldridge William A. confectioner 152 Broad 

Aldworth Margaret, widow of Edward 39 Union 

Alexander Hugh, teamster 20 Brown 

Alexander William G. carriage maker 81 Walnut 

Alfred Rosanna, (colored) 34o High 

Algood John, plater rear 43 Lawrence 

Allabon William, gardener 100 Pennington 

Allabon William, gardener 5 Walnut 

Allen Alexander, shoemaker, enquire 136 Kinney 

Allen Collins, saddler 26 Lombardy 

Allen Cortland H. 123 Broad 

Allen David B. mason 45 Columbia 

Allen Emory A. metal worker 208 Market l34 Academy 

Allen Hiram, cabinet maker 80 Orange 

Allen Jacob, justice and commiss'r of deeds 123 Broad 

Allen Jr. Jacob, machinist 12 James h. 16 Division 

Allen James, 198 Washington 

Allen John C. collector Inclined Plane r. 354 High 

Allen J. & L. machinists 12 James 

Allen John S. pattern maker 11 Ridge 

Allen Ludlow, pattern maker 12 James h. 123 Broad 

Allen Luther, engineer 37 South Canal 

Allen Michael, laborer 19 East River 

Allen Richard S. grocer 69 New 

Allen Sarah, widow of Samuel 2 Balls' Court 

Allen William, carpenter 12 Plume 

Allen William, 199 Bank 

Allen William, shoemaker 231 Washington 

Allen William A. trunk maker Jersey City 

Allen William R. coach painter 20 Hill 

Ailing Albert, clothier 133 Market h. 453 Broad 

Ailing Alexander M. New York 

Allfng, Brothers, jewelers 6 Orchard 

Ailing Charles, 18 Park Place 

Ailing David, fancy chair manufacturer 345 h. 347 Broad "^ 

Ailing David W. chaii maker 347 Broad 

Ailing & Demarest, clothiers 133 Market 



58 



FIERSON S 



Ailing, Hall & Dodd, jewelers 35 Walnut 
'Ailing Horace, jeweler 6 Orchard h. 50 Columbia 
Ailing Isaac A. jeweler 6 h. 2 Orchard 
Ailing John, 20 Smith 

Ailing Joseph C. jeweler 6 Orchard h. 142 Mulberry 
Ailing Pruden.coal dealer 2 Commercial h. 13 Smith 
Ailing Stephen B, jeweler 35 Walnut h Lyons Farms 
Ailing William, clothier N. Orleans 20 Smith 
Allison Jasper H. coach painter 66 Halsey 
AUiston James, shoemaker 5 Wallace 
AUruth Ernst, tailor 266 Bank 
Almond Richard, engineer 189 Orange 
Alston Albert G. hat manuf. 29 Liberty h. 357 Broad 
Alston Amzi B. hat manufactur 29 h. 19 Liberty 
Alston C. B. California 357 Broad 
Alston Elias, cutler 78 State 
Alston Isaac, blacksmith 547 High 
Alston John, (col'd) teamster 3 Crane's Basia 
Altenburg William, currier 45 Mulberry 
Alyea Abraham, blacksmith 38 Hamilton 
Alyea Jacob. 7 Union 
Amberg Benedict, tailor 9 Rankin 
Ambrost George, filer 8 West 

American Mutual Fire and^Marine Ins. Co. 153 Market 
Amerman Jeremiah E. clerk 306 Market 
Amm James, gardener 18 East River 
Anderson Aaron T. 106 River h. 120 Mulberry 
Anderson Andrew, turner 36 River 
Anderson Elizabeth, widow of Lawrence 12 Church 
Anderson Henry, 44 Church 
Anderson Jr. Henry, grocer 46 h. 44 Church 
Anderson John, (col'd) whitewasher Plane c. Plum 
Anderson Lawrence, saddler 21 Hill 
Anderson Richard, m. d. 433 Broad 
Anderson Robert, boatman 194 South Market 
Anderson Robert C clothier 123 Market 
Andress David T. California 24 Walnut 
^ Andress James, tailor 7 Boudinot 
Andrew Edwin, cooper New above Canal 
Andrew Eliza, widow of Daniel 130 Kinney 
Andrew John, blacksmith 130 Kinney 
Andrews Richard, shoemaker 91 Tichenor 
Andrews William L. hatter 161 Academy 
Andrews William V. book agent 324 Broad 
Andruss Abby, widow of Stephen K. 125 E town road 
Andruss Caleb H. police & civil justice 350 h. 435 Broad 
Andruss Catharine Ann, 4 Ward 
' Andruss George W. plane factory 154 Washington 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 59 

Andruss Hannah J. 150 Washingtort 

Andruss Isaac M. notary & ins. agent 143 h. 141 Wash. 

Andruss Jonathan, blacksmith 152 Washington 

Andruss Stephen, brass moulder 24 Ailing 

Andruss Theodore F. California 435 Broad 

Andruss Timothy, jeweler 20 Ward 

Angster Valentine, carpenter 65 Mercer 

Annin John, jeweler 36 Walnut h. 444 Broad 

Annin Jonathan D. m. d. 173 Market 

Antabush Abram S. tailor 38 Warren 

Anthony Jacob, meat 380 Broad r. 51 Orchara 

Anton Peter, Nonh Ward pound master 2 Mill 

Antry , jeweler 59 Walnut 

Arbuckle Robert, mould maker 68 Bleeker 

Arburthnot Charles, type metal 18 North Broad 

Arburthnot Eliza, widow of William 20 North Broad 

Arburthnot John, filer 10 North Broad 

Areley John, fiddler Crane c North Broad 

Areley Jr. John, Crane c. North Bioad 

Arenhaust Henrich, rag picker 23 Ridge. 

Armitage Edward, ornamental japanner 100 Sheffield 

Armitage John, japan mfr. 100 Sheffield 

Armitage M. R. widow 100 Sheffield 

Arms S. E. dentist 228 Broad h. Elizabethtown 

Armstrong Andrew, saddler 13 South Prospect 

Armstrong Edward (colored) 16 Division Place 

Armstrong Eliza, widow of Amzi ^9 Broad 

Armstrong Lucius H. 299 North Broad 

Armstrong Samuel, 110 Prospect Place 

Armstrong Sterling, 299 North Broad 

Arnold Christian, laborer 6 Niagara 

Arnold Frederick, tailor 54 Adams ^ 

Arnold Phillip, tailor 113 Elm 

Arrowsmith Hannah, widow of Nicholas 105 Market 

Aschenbeck Velinton, tailor 17 West 

Ash Jonathan, butcher 71 Market 

Ash Peter, gatrardner 297 South Broad 

Ash William, vegetables 392 Broad h. 297 S. Broad 

Ashby William, carpenter 6l Catharine 

Ashby William, japanner 27 Bleeker 

Ashford Daniel, jeweler 31 Clinton 

Ashton John, hatter 89 Tichenor 

Aston Frederick, weaver 155 Academy 

Attetbury John, harness maker 38 Mercer 

Atwood Almond D. carpenter 79 Catharine 

Atha Andrew, japaner Sussex Avenue n. Newark ^* 

Atha & Armstrong, japan'd muslin Sussex av n. Newark 

Auble David, shoe manufacturer 236 Broad h. 7 Warren 



60 pierson's 

Aubry Charles, confectioner 118 Market 

Aubry Francis C. 17 Ward 

Austin George, engineer 111 Commerce 

Austin John, boarding house 63 Orange 

Autinrieth Jacob, grocer 23 William 

Autz Joseph, chair seat manufacturer 14 Longworth 

Averill Lyman S 15s) Mulberry 

Axtell Henry, supt. Foster Home 270 North Broad 

Axtell James, carman 65 Ferry 

Axtell Mary N. teacher 270 North Broad 

Axtell Silas C. grocer 96 Plane 

Aymar Charles E. public school teacher 16 Chestnut 

Ayres Alexis, Daily Mercury 297 Broad h. 3 Brunswick 

Ayres, Carman & Co. steam saw mill foot Clay 

Ayres steam saw mill foot Clay 

Ayres David G. builder 116 Plane 

Ayres David R. tailor 41 Orchard 

Ayres Isaac D. printer 79 Plane 

Ayres John C.-carpenter 13 Franklin place 

Ayres Lewis B. clerk 302 Broad r 98 Market 

Ayres Sarah Jane, 21 Orchard 

Ayres William, carpenter 16 Fair 

Ayres William, teamster 63 Ferry 

B. 

Babbitt Henry, harness maker 426 Broad 

Babcock Edward, jeweler 48 Church 

Babcock John, laborer 33 East Kinney 

Bachmeyer Gustave A. boarding house 93 S. Canal 

Backus Eliza, 127 Muiberry 

Backus John, tinner 127 Mulberry 

Backus Rodman, tinner California 127 Mulberry 

Bacon Jr. Simeon, composition roofer 26 Boudinot 

Bacorn Abraham, fish dealer 36 Bellemont avenue 

Bacorn William, fish dealer 36 Bellemont avenue 

Bachman William, turner 8J Shipman 

Badger Alfred G. flute mfr. 181 B'dway N.Y. h. 35 Cottage 

Badger Charles W. druggist 323 Broad 

Badger Harriet, widow of Eleazer Chicago 328 Broad 

Badgley Daniel T. shoemaker 7 Fair 

Badgley Daylon, shoemaker 2 Washington Alley 

Badgley Maxwell, grocer 624 High 

Badgley Samuel, n^ill wright 624 High 

Baffle H. jeweler 356 Broad 

Bagan James, laborer 2 Stephens Court 

Bagan Joseph, laborer 39 North Broad 

Baggs Thomas, plater 78 Congress 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 61 

Bagfield Barbara, widow of John 74 North Canal 

Bailey Abraham E. carpenter 74 Wallace 

Bailey Cornelius B. indiarubber 25 Bleeker 

Bailey Jonathan, clerk 15 Thomas 

Bailey Michael, morocco dresser 210 Washington 

Bailey Robert, cooper 10 Bank 

Bailey William, 114 State 

Bailey Wm. H. (col'd) barber 27-2 Market h. 150 Chestnut 

Bailey Sarah, widow of Samuel 15 Thomas 

Baillies Rev. Nicholas, pastor 2d R. Cath. Chh. 84 Wm. 

Baird William, jeweler 79 Baldwin 

Baird William, stone cutter 23 Cherry 

Baker Aaron M. farmer Lyons Farms 

Baker Aaron W. carpenter 26 South Market 

Baker Amos, separ maker 354 High 

Baker Ann, 86 Washington 

Baker Augustus, mason 36 South Market 

Baker Daniel, m. d. Brooklyn L. I. 

Baker Daniel W. jeweler 33 Orchard 

Baker Elizabeth D. milliner 38 Warren 

Baker Elihu B. grocer 84 h. 80 Plane 

Baker George, clerk 26 Hill 

Baker George Henry, moulder 65 Sheffield * 

Baker Francis, coach maker 3 Ball's Court 

Baker Harriet N. 5 Arch 

Baker Henry, coal breaker 3l Durand 

Baker Hilah, widow of William B. 13 Plane 

Baker Jacob, halter 57 Walnut 

Baker Jacob, 90 South Orange Avenue 

Baker Jane, widow 26 Soutli Market 

Baker Jane E. widow of Cyrus, teacher 33 Orchard 

Baker John C. mason 40 Ferry 

Baker Moses, farmer Lyons Farms 

Baker Moses T. master mason 29 South Market 

Baker Oliver M. coach painter 38 Warren 

Baker Rebecca, widow of Daniel 38 Warren 

Baker Richard, machinist 49 State 

Baker Sarah, widow of Samuel 3 Ball's Couit 

Bald Adam, tailor Orangf: n. Nesbitt 

Baldwin Aaron, carpenter 35 Fair 

Baldwin Aaron, harness maker 31 Fair 

Baldwin Aaron, gunsmith 58 Bank h. 153 Plane 

Baldwin Aaron G. merchant 28 Liberty 

Baldwin Abby, widow of Joel 31 Fair 

Baldwin Abby, widow of Elbert 31 Fair 

Baldwin Abraham. 50 Prospect Place 

Baldwin Albert, dairyman Lyons Farms 

Baldwin Alexander R. CaU/omia 32 Clinton 

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Baldwin, widow of Ananias, 23 Franklin 

Baldwin Augustus, clerk 151 r. 198 Market 
Baldwin Augustus S. lieut. U. S. navy 27 Centre 
Baldwin Austin, 105 Commerce 
Baldwin Barney, laborer 18 Brown 
Baldwin Beihuel, halter 24 Franklin 
Baldwin Caleb, collector daily office 107 Academy 
Baldwin Jr Caleb, dry goods 52 Cedar N. Y. h. Orange 
Baldwin Caleb J. 42 Mercer 
Baldwin Calvin, leather dealer 60 h. 73 Market 
Baldwin Calvin W. carpenter 27 Lawrence 
Baldwin Charles, saddle tree riveter Philadelphia 
Baldwin Charles, builder 209 Market 
Baldwin Charles A. (ruits &c. 1 East River 
Baldwin Charles C. silver plater enquire 23 Franklin 
Baldwin Charles P. New York 209 Market 
Baldwin Charles W. Harnden's express 293 h.361 Broad 
Baldwin & Co. Caleb, dry goods 52 Cedar N. Y. 
Baldwin &. Co. jewelry, watch cases and dials 170 Broad- 
way N Y. cor. Aj^aiden Lane 6 Franklin 
Baldwin & Co. jewelers watch case mfrs. 6 Franklin 
Baldwin David C retired merchant 14 Liberty. 
Baldwin David J. farmer 188 Orange 
Baldwin David S. engineer 24 Hamilton 
Baldwin David W. justice & commissioner 35 Market 
Baldwin Deborah, widow of Albert 98 McWhorter 
Baldwin Edward, shoemaker 105 Commerce 
Baldwin Edward A. jeweler EHzahethtown 
Baldwin Edward B. halter 59 Mechanic 
Baldwin Edward G. brass finisher 60 Hamilton IS Scott 
Baldwin Elijah, currier 80 Market h. 18 Bleeker 
Baldwin Eliza, widow of Aaron jr. 440 High 
Baldwin Eliza, milliner 31 Fair 
Baldwin George, crockery store 218 Broad 
Baldwin George, shoemaker 25 Plane 
Baldwin George C. watchmaker 170 Broadway N. Y. 
Baldwin George T. clerk 218 Broad 
Baldwin George W. carpenter 12 Lumber 
Baldwin George W jeweler 2 Liberty 
Baldwin Hannah, widow of William 47 Bank 
Baldwin Henry, 19 Boudinot 
Baldwin Henry C. hatter 35 Market 
Baldwin Henry S. cutter 320 Broad h. 41 Bank 
Baldwin Hiram P. printer 107 Academy 
Baldwin Horace E- jeweler 6 Franklin r. 399 Broad 
Baldwin Ira C. packer 271 Bioad h. 161 Mulberry 
Baldwin Isaac, jeweler 6 Franklin h. 399 Broad 
Baldwin Isaac, 68 East River 
Baldwin Isaac E. hatter 36 Mercer 



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Baldwin Isaac N. builder 68 Union 

Baldwin Israel, painter and glazier 201 Plane 

Baldwin Jabez T. New Orleans 10 Clinton 

Baldwin James A. carpenter 36 Arch 

Baldwin Jediah J. Union township n. FAizabethtown 

Baldwin Jeptiia, South Orange N. J. 

Baldwin Jeremiaii, grocer 405 Broad h 20 Fair 

Baldwin Jesse, iron & steel 186 Market h. 5 Park Place 

Baldwin John, jeweler 33 Franklin 

Baldwin John, bar tender Park house 

Baldwin John, farmer 70 Furpuson 

Baldwin John B shoemaker 29a Broad 

Baldwin Jo hn C. harness maker 33 Fair 

Baldwin J. Lewis, engraver 99 William 

Baldwin J • Lindly, saddler 2 Warren 

Baldwin John M railroad coach ^O Fair 

Baldwin John N. aqueduct agent 18 Academy h. 24 Bank 

Baldwin John W. 405 h. 579 Broad 

Baldwin John Y. clerk State Bank 32 Clinton 

Baldwin Johnson G. grocer 79 h. 75 Broad 

Baldwin Jonas, shoemaker 99 William 

Baldwin <!( Jone f, leather merchants 60 Market 

Baldwin Joseph' plater 204 Market h. 121 S. Prospect 

Baldwin Joseph' mason Orange near the •anal 

Baldwin Joseph C. farmer 40 Sheffield 

Baldwin Lewis B. gunsmith 58.^ Bank h. l51 Plane 

Baldwin Linus, mason 106 Orange 

Baldwin Lucius D. stone dealer 110 Orange 

Baldwin Lucius H. clerk 75 Broad 

Baldwin Lydia, widow of Klihu 41 N Prospect 

Baldwin Mary, nurse widow of Isaac 1 South Essex 

Baldwin Mary L. dress maker 1 East River 

Baldwin Milton, m. d. 58 Bank 

Baldwin Nancy, widow of Charles, 1 East River 

Baldwin Nancy, widow of Bethuel 25 Plane 

Baldwin Oliver B. m. d. 1 Park Church Place 

Baldwin Phebe, widow of William W. 222 Broad 

Baldwin Ransford W. shoemaker 33 Nesbitt 

Baldwin Reuben D lime manufacturer 72 Spring 

Baldwin Rhoda, widow of Nehemiah 37 Mulberry 

Baldwin Robert, 110 Orange 

Baldwin Robert J. grocer 79 h. 75 Broad 

Baldwin Robert V. cutler 560 High 

Baldwin Samuel, dairyman Camptown road 

Baldwin Samuel, jeweler 268 Broad and 180 liroadway 

Ntw York h. 54 Bank 
Baldwin Samuel, exchange office 220 r. 218 Broad 
Baldwin Samuel A. coachsmith 202 Market h. 37 Mulb'ry 



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Baldwin Sarah, widow 182 Mulberry 

Baldwin Sarah, widow of Jeremiah 590 Broad 

Baldwin Sarah E. widow of Silas. 2 Warren 

Baldwin & Smith, watch makers 268 Broad 

Baldwin Stephen G jeweler 189 Washington 

Baldwin Susan 24 Columbia 

Baldwin Theodore E. plater c Ham. & Bruen h 2l5 Markst 

Baldwin Rev. Theron, education agent Orange 

Baldwin & Thomas, coach manufacturers 202 Market 

Baldwin Thomas, carpenter Marshall c. Grand 

Baldwin Thomas 8. jeweler Columbus, Ohio 

Baldwin Uzal, 222 Broad 

Baldwin Uzal S. builder 114 Orange 

Baldwin Wickliffe E. jeweler 6 Franklin h. 399 Broad 

Baldwin William, step maker 161 Orange 

Baldwin William, gunsmith Morrislousn 

Baldwin William A. leather & oil 66 h. 6l Market 

Baldwin William E. hatter 25 Mulberry 

Baldwin William H. turner 67 Washington 

Baldwin William S. Camptown Road 

Baldwin \^ i.liam W. farmer 110 Orange 

Balevre Nicholas, boots and shoes 206 Broad 

Balgirl Phillip, carpenter 38 Jones 

Ball Aaron, sh^maker Slate n. Boyden 

Ball Abraham, shoemaker State n Boyden 

Ball Abraham S. boot maker 9 Summit 

BallAlexanderM.W. harness mfr 364a Bdh. 136 Mulberry 

Ball Amzi,shoe store 72 Broad h. 84 State 

Ball Augustus R. coach n)anuf 325 Broad h. 19 Franklin 

Ball Barnhart, oiled silU 64 Newark 

Ball Charlotte, widow of Alexander 9 Union 

Ball David, 15 Fair 

Ball Edwin T. shoemaker 50 William 

Ball Elbert R. jeweler 50 Lafayette 

Ball Emma L. dressmaker 2 Vir.e 

Ball Frank, carman 30 Adams 

Ball Hannah, widow 460Sroad 

Ball Henry, clerk lime kiln 48 Bridge 

Ball Hooper C. carpenter 266 Plane 

Ball Horace W. jeweler 1 Franklin Court h. 126 Mulberry 

Ball & Co. H. W. jewelers 1 Franklin Court 

Ball Jacob, plater 19 Warren 

Ball John S. shoemaker 2 Vine 

Ball Josephir.e A. dressmaker 63 Washington 

Ball Nathaniel C. painter and glazier 49 h. 92 Commerce 

Ball Oliver H. India rubber 9 Summit 

Ball Socrates, shoemaker 2 Vine 

Ball Stephen A. C. shoemaker 198 Washington 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 65 

Ballard Hetty, widow of Jeremiah 27 South Canal 

Ballentine Mary A. R. widow of Samuel 148 Nesbilt 

Ballentine Peter, brewer 137 River h. 15 Lumber 

Bamper Garret, mason 39 Ferrv 

Bange Frederick, 327 North Broad 

Bange Henrv, com. mer. N. Y. state 327 North Broad 

Bangs AlbaM. carpenter 84 Plane 

Bangs Eli A. butcher 3 Ferry h. 8 South Market 

Bank George, tailor 4l Broom 

Banker Lewis, sawyer 29 Market 

Banks James, moulder 71 Ferry 

Banks James, moulder 71 River 

Banks Samuel, m. d. 356 Broad 

Banner William, shoemaker 5 Comes 

Bannister Deborah, widow of David 3 Franklin Place 

Bannister Isaac, shoe mrf. 130 Market h. 23 Commerce 

Bannister James A. clerk 130 Market 

Bannister & Son, shoe manufacturers 130 Market 

Bannister William H. shoe mfr. 130 Market h. 18 Orleans 

Baradale Thomas, blacksmith 16 Ailing 

Barber Jesse, tailor 186 South Broad 

Barber John, shoemaker 16 Fulton 

Barber Johnston, upholsterer 196 Broad h. 37 Franklin 

Barber Randolph, carman 13 Rankin 

Barclay Abigail, widow of George 464 Broad 

Barclay Alex, saddle ware mfr. 204 Market h. 464 Broad 

Barclay & Co. A. saddlery hardware manufrs. 204 Market 

Barclay Miss E. V. teacher 32 Fair 

Bard Catharine, widow of Thomas (col'd) 36 Adams 

Bardslee William, machinist 3l Orange 

Barker John G- capt. 34 Lafayette 

Barlow Andrew, blacksmith Van Buren 

Barlow Festus S grocer 107 Broad 

Barlow & Co. F. S. grocers 107 Broad c. Bridge 

Barlow Peleg M. hatter 46 South Canal 

Barlow William, tailor 15 Prince 

Barnes Henrietta, vest maker 98 Market 

Barnett Anna M. teacher 62 Union 

Barneti Christopher C. coach lace manufacturer 21 Ward 

Barnelt James G. clothier 123 Market 

Barnett John, mer. tailor 238 Broad r. 77 Commerce 

Barnett John, plater 27 South Canal 

Barnett & Co. Johot merchant tailors 233 Broad 

Barnett Nancy, widow of William S. 62 Union 

Barnett Stephen D. iron mfr. rear 58 Hamilton h. 6 EFair 

Barnett Susan A. select school 1 Clinton h. 77 Commerce 

Barnett William, laborer 66 Crane 

Barnum Isaac D. engineer 122 East River 

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66 piebson's 

Barnum Isaac W. metalngist 122 East River 

Barret Walter, laborer 87 Bank 

Barret William, currier 131 Academy 

Barrickie A. earthern glass store 49 Warren 

Barrows Rev. Lorenzo D. pas.Clinton-st. ch. 26 Commerca 

Barry Emma, 36 Bank 

Barry Isaac, chemical works 44 East River 

Barry Robert, stone cutter 12 Congress 

Barry Vashti, widow of Noble 3fl Bank 

Earth Frank C baker 11 J New York 

Barlhel George, blacksmith 7 West 

Bartholf John G. wood moulding 60 Hamilton 

Bartholf J H. 3S2 Broad 

Bartlett Mary, widow of Capt. Samuel 1 Washington 

Bartlett Nathan, mason foot E. River 

Bartlett William, Tailor 723 Broad 

Barton Andrew D. 165 Warren 

Barton Henry, jeweler 3l Clinton 

Barton Miss Louisa, school 8 James r. 23 Bleeker 

Barton Phebe, 8 West 

Barton Tliomas, currier 24 Lombardy 

Bassett Stephen B. carpenter 2o North Essex 

Bassett William L. dry goods ^56 Broad 

Bassinger James, chief engineer on M. & E. Railroad 

Batelzal Leibrig, tailor 63 Brunswick 

Bates Bedell L. 115 Washington 

Batesell Georgei furrier 121 Railroad avenue 

Batesell Jr. George, hatter 121 Railroad avenue 

Baleson James, grocer 53 Grand 

Bathgate James E. butcher 22 Centre Market h. Orange c. 

Roseville avenue 
Battel Valentine, tailor 12 Grand 
Batti Augustus, grinder 105 Academy 
Battin Joseph, gas works engineer & builder 421i Broad 
Battin Sylvester S. sup't gas works Buffalo 421 J Broad 
Battey Charles, tailor 40 Commerce 
Bauer Adam, trunk maker 129 Broad 
Bauer George, fancy dry gooJs280 Broad h. 21 Nicholson 
Bauer John, cooper 139 Thomas 
Baugh Peter, jeweler 29 Orchard 
Baum Harnet, potter 23 Broad 
Baum Barnet. potter 6 Kinney 
Baum John, baker 71 Lock 
Baum Phillip, moulder 13 Bovden 
Baumbeck Joseph, tailor 47 Prince 
Baumesler Fritz, harness maker 8 North Canal 
Bawer Frederick, tailor 83 Court 
Baxter Morgan T. grocer flour & feed and lamp oil 378^' 

Broad h. 14 Walnut 



NEWARK DIRKCTORT. 67 

Baylis Isaac, jeweler 51 South Broad 

Baylis Walter, clerk 9 South Essex 

Beach Abraham, jailor city prison Wilsey n. Canal 

Beach Alexander, carriage maker 35 Mechanic 

Beach Caleb, coach trimmer 35 Mechanic 

Beach Chilion, machinist 17 Liberty 

Beach Eliza J. milliner 29 Commerce 

Beach Ephraim, civil engineer Catskill, N. Y. 

Beach Henry C. 249 Market 

Beach Henry C. jeweler 14 Liberty 

Beach Henry N. provisions 20 i^ron/ A. Brooklyn, N. )c . 

Beach Henry O. jeweler 7 Franklin 

Beach James R. Brooklijn 

Beach Joshua M. dry goods New York 

Beach Julia Ann, dress maker 140 Mulberry 

Beach Mary, widow of Cyrenus 22 Clinton 

Beach Ma^y M. widow of Isaac N. 4 Green 

Beach Nancy, widow of Ephraim, 7 Franklin 

Beach Phebe, widow of Daniel D. 2 Rowens Court 

Beach Polly, widow of Samuel 116 Market 

Beach Stephen, shoemaker Junction Place Orange 

Beach William W. coach maker Morristown 

Beam Anthony C. jeweler West 38 Warren 

Beam Christopher, trunk maker Broom c. Springfield av. 

Beam Elias C. stoves &c. 302 Broad h. 225 Washington 

Beam Hassel H. shoemaker 147 Elm 

Beam isaiah, merchani Pompton, ^V. y. 

Beam Peter M carpenter Railroad avenue h. 38 Warren 

Beam Sarah, widow of John D 28 Columbia 

Bean Adam, India rubber 123 ShefBed 

Bean Adam, tailor 41 West 

Bean John, india rubber c Chatham and New 

Bear Jr. Francis 85 Orange 

Beard Mary, widow of Samuel ISSMaiket 

Beardsley Isaac, machinist 23 Bridge 

Beardsley John, livery stable 158 h. 166 Washington 

Beardsley John C farmer 214 Elizabethtown road 

Bealty George, saddler 29 Hector 

Beatty James C gardener 63 East River 

Beaver Bernard, jeweler 54 William 

Beaver William, cutler 97 Broad 

Beck Charles, turners Chapel Court 

Beck Charles, jeweler 35 East Kinney 

Beck Frederick, tailor? Pierson's Alley 

Beck William, jeweler rear 175 Railroad Avet 

Becker Frederick, jeweler 5 West 

Becker T. shoemaker 43 William 

Beckwith George, jeweler 34 Columbia 



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Bedell Charles T. California 66 Walnut 

Bedell Horace, jeweler 62 Court 

Bedell Joseph, carman 30 Grand 

Bedell Moses I. shoemaker 32 Church 

Bedford & Crane, bow makers 56 Mechanic 

Bedford David, grocer 224 Washington 

Bedford Electa, vest maker 46 Court 

Bedford Hannah, widow of Simon 14 Liberty 

Eodford Simeon, bow manuf. 56 Mechanic h. 14 Liberty 

Bedford Thomas, jeweler 350 Broad 

Bedford William K. carpenter 33 Bleeker 

Bedient John, hatter 20 Fair 

Beecher Rev. Charles, Pastor Free Pres. Church, h. 160 

Washington 
Beehr Frederick, rear 93 Commerce 
Beek Leonard, tailor 96 Market 
Beeler Frederick, wheelwright 95 East Green 
Beers Charles P. accountant C6 Walnut 
Beers Mindwell, widow of George H. 172 Mulberry 
Beetham Susannah, Widow of Rev. John, 5^71 Plane 
Beelham William, trunkmaker 271 Plane 
Begbie George L. jeweler 34 Bank 
Begbie John, recorder clerk's office 8 Rankin Place 
Begbie John T. saddler 8 Rankin Place 
Beggan Phillip, suspender maker 11 Stephen's Court 
Behr Edward, importer 78 River 
Beii Henry, carman Jones n. South Orange avenue 
Beir George, locksmith rear 31 Garden 
Belant Eveline, widow of Toussaint, 3 Fair 
Belant Francis F. Mansion house, Morristown N. J. 
Belant Henry, 27 Park Place 
Belant Leon L. liquor dealer 29 h. 3 Fair 
Belant Louis L. liquor merchant 29 Fair r. Park House 
Belcher & Brothers, rule makers Camptown, N. J. 
Belcher George, currier 28 Bridge 
Belcher Zachariah, machinist 13fi State 
Bell Archibald, stone cutter 61 Catharine 
Bell John, painter 1 Clinton h. Harrison 
Bell Richard W. Jeweler 381 Broad 
Bellhafar John M. saddler 154 Springfield Avenue 
Bembridge John, machinist 32 Union 
Bembridge & Henii, file «^ rasp maker at Manning, Righter 

<^Dodd 
Bender John, basket maker 96 Quarry 
Bender Peter, hatter 7 Kinney 
Benedict Si Ball harness manufacturers 364a Broad 
Benedict G. B. hatter 27 Walnut 
Benedict Terah, saddler 364a Broad h. 12 Park Place 



NEWARK DIRECTORS. 69 

Benjamin Charles, carpenter 25 Green 

Benjamin Daniel D. master mason 47 Catharine 

Benjamin Elizabeth, widow of Nathan 25 Gresn 

Benjamin Elizabeth P. tailoress 31 Halsejr 

Benjamin Jerusha M. tailore«s 46 Court 

Benjamin Mary A, tailoress 47 Fair 

Benn Charles, brass filer 157 Academy 

Bennett Albert, cutler 169 Plane 

Bennett Henry, blacksmith rear 12 Fair 

Bennett Hugh D. hatter 3 North Canal 

Bennett Jane, widow of James inquire at 277 Mulberry 

Benneit John, tailor 7 Charlton 

Bennett John C. stamp and type dealer 83 Plane 

Bennett Joseph, shoemaker 12 Beach 

Bennett Moses T. shoemaker 94 Kinney 

B«5rjnett Thomas, tailor 239 Plane 

Bennett William, shoemaker 27 Walnut 

Bennette Henry, hatter 259 Washington 

Bennette Maria Ann, widow of Uzal (). 34 Church 

Bennetle Randolph, sash and blind 55 Bank 

Bennison James, tanner IJ Comes 

Benson Catharine A. dress maker 30 South Market 

Benwood Teresa, widow of Morris 23 William 

Berg Charles, laborer Court c. Charlton 

Berg Falden, tailor 211 Court 

Berg Frederick, laborer 1 Rankin 

Berg John, laborer Court c. Charlton 

Bergen Isaac, teamster 11^ Broad 

Bergen Jacob, grinder 2 Chapel Court 

Bergen John, grocer 40 River 

Bergstraszar Wolf, peddler 59 Springfield avenue 

Berrier Francis, quarryman 47 Market 

Berringer Christian, jeweler 114 Churoh 

Berry Abijah C. grocer 404 Broad h. 48 Court 

Berry David C. currier 86i Market h. 173 Washington 

Berry Matthew, stone cutter 33 Jefferson 

Berry Milo H. cabinet maker Columbus S. C. 

Berry Pateman, carpenter 723 Broad 

Beiry & Ward, grocers 404 Broad 

Berry William A. hatter Bank c. Chatham 

Bertrand Frederick, 20 Mill 

Berwick John, tailor 82 Mercer 

Bestick Timothy, saddler l96P'ane 

Besser Jacob, baker 66 Court 

Bethel John, shoemaker 131 Kinney 

Betz Charles, buckle maker 134 Kinney 

Betzeler Christiana, widow of Matthias, 99 S. Canal 

Beuret Celesta, spring maker 66 Union 



70 pierson's 

Beyer Frederick, carpenler 27 Church 

Bicknell Ann. widow 17 Orleans 

Bjcknell Charles C. New York 17 Orleans 

Biddulph Francis A. fruiterer Centre M. h. rear 18 Cora, 

Biddulph George, jeweler 300 Washington 

Bigelow Moses, varnish mfr. 228 Mulberry h. 29 Smith 

Bigelow & Price, varnish manufacturers 228 Mulberry 

Bimbal Andrew, tailor 27 Grand 

Bimbler John, oil'd silk 60 Newark 

Bines Edward, tailor 128 Lock 

Bines Maxwell, hatter 26 South Canal 

Binger John, blacksmith 6 Maiden Lane 

Binn Edward, tailor 132 Lock 

Bioren John B, jeweler 291 Washington 

Birbeck James, 106 Mulberry 

Bird David, saddler 20 Front 

Bird James R. butcher 15 Centre Market h. 1C8 Orange 

Bird Jeremiah, 2 North Ward Market h. 93 Orange 

Bird Mary, widow of James 60 State 

Birdsall George, sash & blind 53 Broad h. 37 Ogden 

Birdsall Mary, widow of William 37 Ogden 

Birdsall Mary, widow of Henry 368J Broad 

Birdsall Robert, painter 70 Broad h. East Newark 

Birhom Phillip, jewoler 203 Rail Road avenue 

Birmingham James, laborer 56 Brown 

Birnbaum Zachariah. paper box 32 Catharine 

Birsh John, tailor 20 Prince 

Birrell David, boot maker 29 Kinney 

Birrell Jr. David, shoemaker 39 Orchard 

Birrell William, boot maker 51 Upper Jefferson 

Bisbee William K. harness maker 344 Broad 

Bishop Abigail, widow of Samuel 118 Plane 

Bishop Charles K. editor daily Eagle 

Bishop Elizabeth, widow of Peter 36 Clinton 

Bishop James, umbrella furniture & fancy steel toys State 

c. Sheffield h. 161 Quarry 
Bishop John, hat colorer 120 Walnut 
Bishop Julia, widow of Isaac 118 Plane 
Bishop & Kerr, pocket books 29 Plume 
Bishop Peter S. jeweler 75 Walnut 
Bitegel Martin, shoemaker 15 Broom 
Black Braddock, painter 19 Bank r. 97 Washington, 
Black John, cooper, G25 High 
Black Joseph, 146 Mulberry c. Elm 
Black Mary, confectioner 351 Broad 
Black William G. painier 156 Market h. 97 Washington 
Blackford James, carrier of papers 67 Bank 
Blackford James C. shoemaker 126 Plane 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 71 

Blackford Martha, tailoress 49 Bank 
Blake Andrew, 29 Ogdcn 
Blake Catharine, widow of Phillip 50 Union 
Blake James, blacksmith 2-3 Green 

Biakesly , tallow chandler 31 Kinney 

BlaisdeJl Thomas, 22 Boudinot 

Blanchard David O. patent leather New n, Newark 

Blanchard Harriet F. 122 Lock 

Blanchard John, (colored) teamster 37 Warren 

Blanchard Noah F. japanner iSew c. Newark 

Blatt Jacob, baker 66 Court 

Blau Gustav, cap maker 25 William h. 16 Spruce 

Blauvelt Abraham D. shoe manf. 138 Market h. 243 Plane 

Blauvelt Jacob C. shoemaker 131 Kinney 

Blauvelt John S shoemaker 247 Plane 

Blazier Eliphalet C. constable 16 Walnut c. Orchard 

Blazier Peter, saddler rear 43 Monroe 

Bleman John, tailor 29 Grand 

Blessaman George, stomach bitters 259 Broad 

Blewiit John, stone cutter rear 28 Union 

Bleyle George, hatter 43 Mulberry 

Bleylhing Eugene A. tinman 29b Broad 

Bley thing Joseph, trunk maker 29b Broad' 

Bley thing Mary A. 29b Broad 

Bleything Sarah M, 29b Broad 

Bliss Alfred, tinman 3{)6 Broad 

Bliss Elihu, jeweler Brooklyn N. Y. 

Bliss Henry, jeweler Philadelphia 

Blum Nicholas, gardner foot East River 

Blumbery Feywel, teacher 57 Springfield avenue 

Boals John F. carriage maker 39 Green 

Boals Martha, 16 Harrison 

Board Horace, 258 Broad h. 30 Bank 

Bockee John J. New York 4 Washington Place 

Boddy Martha, widow of Andrew 54 North Canal 

Boddy Mary, widow of John 30 Norfolk 

Boden & Brannen, carriages 30 lumber c. River 

Boden Lawrence, coach maker 30 Lumber h. 4 S. Bridge 

Boerum Amelia, widcw of Stephen 77 Catharine 

Boerum Martin, boatman 15 East Kinney 

Bogan Bernard, baker 81 Mulberry h. 49 Bruen 

Bogan & Brother, bakers 81 Mulberry 

Bogan Charles, baker 81 Mulberry h. 49 Bruen 

Bogart Alexander, shoemaker 61 Catharine 

Bogart Jacob, trunk maker 168 Washington 

Bogerl Jacob, shoemaker 34 Thomas 

Bogle Frederick W. shoemaker 51 Jones 

Bogler Ernest, trunk maker rear 24 William 



72 pierson'8 

Boggg Eliza, widow of William 12 "Warren 
Bohnenberger George, jeweler 26 Cottage 
Bohner John, shoemaker 1 Church , ' 

Bohrienger Frederick, laborer 3l Van Buren 
Boland Ellen, widow of Owen 9 Broad 
Boland Frances, dress maker 4 James 
Boland Michael, laborer Warren c. Golden 
•Boland Terance, grocer 174 Plane 
Bolcer George, wheelwright 276 Plane 
Bolen John, carpenter 54 State 
Bolf Godfrey, jeweler 3 William 
Bolin George W. founder 549 High 
BoUes Alexander, 261 Broad . 

Bolles Charles O. 18 Park Church Place 
Bolles Enoch, 18 Park Church Place 
Bolles Jr. Enoch, flour I Commercial h. 16 Park Chh. PL 
Bolles Ephraim, 261 Broad c. Clinton 
Bolles Ezra B. coffin 240 Broad h. 37 Division Place 
Bolles Isaiah, 18 Park Church Place 
Bolles Nathan, 14 Park Church Place 
Bolles Nathan T. 261 Broad 
Bolles Oscar, turner 20 Bro^d 
Bolles William, shoemaker 81 Plane 
Bond Abner, grocer 372 Broad 
Bond Alfred, collar maker 97 Commerce 
Bond Harvey S. clerk 84 New 
Bond Janes F. land agent 298 Broad h. 119 Union 
Bond t^amuel W. insurance ag't. 298 Broad h. 210 Plane 
Bond Stephen, Newark & Caldwell Exp's Caldwell N.J- 
Bond William, cigar maker 19 Green 
Bond W^m. S- inquire 21 Watren 
Bonnel Alfred H. blacksmith 75 Green 
Bonnel Benjamin B. hatter 83 Catharine 
Bonnel Ithamar W. grocer 266 Broad h. 15 Academy 
Bonnel John A. coach maker 3 Ferry h. 94 Congress 
Bonnel Joel M. tinner 56 Catharine 
Bonnel Jonathan C. near Summit Morris <^ E, R. Road 
Bonnel Marcus E. blacksmith 18 Lafayette 
Bonnel Sarah, widow of Luther 48 Smith 
Bonnel Stephen M. carpenter 604 Broad 
Bonnel Stephen M. 37 Commercial h. 21 S. Market 
Bonnel Sylvanus S. spoke turner 94 E. Green 
Bonnel <fc Whitty, grocers 266 Broad c Bank 
Bonsall Mary Ann, widow of Samuel W. 68 Nevr 
Bonsall Samuel F. lamp maker 32 Walnut 
Bonsall Samuel S. hatter 32 Walnut 
Bontgen Abraham, step maker and grocer 129 Broad 
Bonlgen Charles W. saddler's tools 25 Orange h, 129 Broad 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 73 

Bonycamper Frederick, gardener 518 Ferry 

Boomer John, laborer 48 Grand 

Booth CharleSf coachsmith 87 Catharine 

Booth Ed.wardj hatter Orleans n. Orange 

Booth George, sash and blind maker 29 Halsey 

Booth Sen. George, hatter Orleans n. Orange 

Booth Jr. George, hatter Orleans n. Orange 

Booth James, hatter X)rleans n. Orange 

Booth John, hatter 6a Orange 

Booth John, hatter 349 High 

Booth Joseph, 147 Orange 

Booth Joseph, hatter Orleans n. Orange 

Booth Robert, hatter rear 349 High 

Booth & Sons, hat manufacturers Orleans n. Orange 

Booth Thomas J. hatter 349 High 

Booth William, hatter Orleans n. Orange 

Borcherling Jr Charles, clothier 144 Broad h. 70 Plane 

Borchers Louis, vinegar manufacturer 176 Academy 

Boss Henry, carver 223 Bank 

Bosworth David C. Philadelphia 17 Orange 

Bosworth Lewis, 17 Orange 

Bottler G. 15 Kinney 

Boughner Dennis, carpenter 16U Railroad avenue 

Boughton Elihu S. coffee saloon 262 Market 

Bouingdon Benjamin, coach maker 81 Plane 

Boumister Mitits, tailor 76 Mercer 

Boutillette George, hatter 55 Liberty 

Bowden Henry D.japanner51 Orleans n. Nesbitt 

Bowden John I. hatter 228J Plane 

Bowdea Sarah, tailoress 5l Orleans 

Bowen Eleazer, India rubber 83 Orleans 

Bowen N, P. clerk 366 Broad 

Bawer Charles, coach painter 240 Market 

Bower George, blacksmith 72 Catharine 

Bower Philip, engineer 37 Ogden n. Division 

Bower William, letter cutter 159 Orange 

Bowers Charles,, jeweler 131 Mulberry 

Bowers William, carpenter 39 Mechanic 

Bowles Joseph A. malleable iron 25 Orange h.20DiTision 

Bowles Thomas, hatter 58 Sheffield 

Bowman Jacob, carriage maker 50 Plan* 

Bowman Jane, widow of James I East Mechanic 

Bowslinger John, machinist 29 Plane • 

Boyce Abraham, gardener 6§_Hamburg Place 

Boyd David, laborer 5 Beaver^ 

Boyd Robert, oil dealer 29 Commerce 

Boyd Robert A! merchant Mendham, N. J. 

Boyd Theodore, clerk 53 Church 

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Boyd Thomas, cooper 620 High 

Boyd William, blacksmith 15 Market 

Boyd William, laborer emquire 87 Orange 

Boyden Henry S. 200 Market h. 19 Clinton 

Boyden Lorenzo, shoe manuf. 302 Broad h. 20 Orchard 

Boyden Obadiah S. machinist 189 Orange 

Boyden Otis, shoe manufacturer 200 Market h. 19 Clinton 

Boyden Seth, machinist 60 Sheffield 

Boyer Catharine, widow milliner ana dress m. 148 Broad 

Boylan Aaron, 341 Broad 

Boylan Brian, laborer 40 Garden 

Boylan David K. attorney at law 287 Broad h. 43 Colum'a 

Boylan Dennis, clerk 2244 Broad 

Boylan Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin D. 29 S. Essex 

Boylan Eveline, widow of Aaron O. 341 Broad 

Boylan James, laborer 11 Rankin 

Boylan James B. clothier 296 Broad r. 29 South Essex 

Boylan James H. attorney at law 287 r. 341 Broad 

Boylan John, clothing store 296 Broad h. 29 S. Essex 

Boylan J. & J. B. clothiers 296 Broad 

Boylan Lawrence, clerk 224J Broad 

Boylan Matthew, laborer 175 Plane 

Boylan Patrick, tailor 46 East Kinney over railroad 

Boylan Thomas, laborer 34 East Kinney 

Boyle Charles, fruit and vegetables 3 Centre Market 

Boyle Cornelius, morocco dresser 171 Washington 

Boyle Francis, mason 12 Nesbilt 

Boyle Hugh, laborer 12 Van Buren 

Boyle Michael, laborer 16 Crane 

Boyle Patrick, laborer Chatham near Inneis 

Bozear Charles, jeweler 29 Cottage 

Bracht John, tailor 169 Court 

Brackin David, grocer 10 Shipman 

Brackin Hugh, laborer 27 Catharine 

Brackin Thomas, grocer 57 River 

Brackin William, mason 78 Nesbitt 

Bradford Joseph, plater 27 Durand 

Bradley Charles, mason 3 South Orange avenue 

Bradley David, second hand furniture 88 Bd. h. 78 Spring 

Bradley George, hatter 3 South Orange avenue 

Bradley James, hatter 85 Plane 

Bradley James S. tin & stoves 123 Washington 

Bradley John, jeweler 1 Green 

Bradley Joseph P. attorney and counsellor 251 Broad 

Bradley Rev. William, prin'l S. W. class'l seminary 7 South 

Bradner Wm. B. 28 Smith 

Bradshaw Hannah, widow of John 8 Harrison 

Bradshaw James, keeper railroad bridge 



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Bradshaw Robert, currier 59 Catharine 

Brady Andrew, blacksmith 14 South Market 

Brady Barnett, shoemaker 96 Kinney 

Brady Bernard, filer 4 Columbia 

Brady James, grocer Chatham c. Warren 

Brady James, morocco dresser 29 Searing 

Brady Jane, widow 238 Mulberry 

Brady John, laborer 25 Ogden 

Brady John, laborer 1 North Broad 

Brady John, morocco dresser 29 Searing 

Brady Mary, widow of Francis 70 Boston 

Brady Mary, widow of Patrick 59 Mechanic 

Brady Michael, blacksmith 14 South Market 

Brady Michael, laborer 10 Van Buren 

Brady Nancy, 9 Pennsylvania avenue 

Brady Patrick, laborer 11 Adams 

Brady Patrick, harness maker 8 Pearl 

Brady Peter, laborer 8 South Canal 

Brady Phihp, morocco dresser 29 Searing 

Brady Philip, fidler 12 Sheffield 

Brady Thomas, morocco dresser 29 Searing 

Bragaw Abraham, 31 Broad 

Bragaw Elias, hat mfr. 3 Railroad avenue h. 39 Commerce 

Bragaw John, patent leather 117 Washington h. 13 Park PI 

Brainard George, shoemaker 69 Springfield avenue 

Brambach Ignatz, harness mfr. 85 Catharine 

Brandes Charles, blacksmith 87 Tichenor 

Brandes Francis, tailor 136 Newark 

Brandley John, tailor 120 Springfield avenue 

Brandley Lucas, lock manufacturer 178 Bank 

Branigan James, malleable iron 146 Academy 

Branigan John, gardener 12 Cherry 

Brannan Catharine, widow ©f Thomas 87 Bank 

Brannan John, india rubber 87 Bank 

Brannan Thomas, laborer 1 North Broad 

Brannen Jas. A. coach mfr. 30 Lumber h. 9 Front 

Brant Albert, jeweler 16 Scott * 

Brant David O. trunk maker California 44 Bank 

Brant Elliott, shoemaker 81 Plane 

Brant John M. hat manufacturer 326 Bread h. 44 Bank 

Brant Julia, widow of Isaac, 44 Bank 

Brant Richard, carpenter 29 Academy 

Brant Stewart, coach lamp painter 46 Church 

Brant Susan, widow of Samuel 121 Mulberry c. Green 

Brant William, tailor 198 Washington 

Brantzgam Henry, coachsmith 72 Court 

Brann Lewis, physician 31 North Canal 

Brasaell John, saddler 22 Halsey 



76 pierson's ^ 

Bread Adrian, comb maker 34 Walnut 
Bree Jacob, jeweler 16 Scott 
Braese Augustus, teamster 14 James 
Breese John, carpenter 134 Washington 
Breese Thomas, machinist 323 Broad h. 99 Mulberry 
Breintnall John H. H. 320 High 

Breintnall Sophia A. widow of Rev. Thomas 320 High 
Bremmer William, trunk maker 676 Broad 
Brenton Elizabeth, widow of Peter 17 Cross 
Brenton Henry, machinist 17 Cross 
Brestman John, 29 West 
Brett Eliza, 330 Mulberry 
Brett John, trunk maker 60 South 
Brett Nelly, widow 330 Malberry 
Brett Patrick, clerk 104i Academy 
Brewer Henry, carpenter 34 Arch 

Brice John, 49 Lawrence • 

Brick Nicholas, laborer 8 Adams 

Brickner Andrew, tailor c Up. Jefferson & Springfield av. 
Bridle Georr •, shoemaker 60 Court 
Briggs John H. currier 507 High 
Briggs Russel D, shoe manufacturer 246 High 
Bright Albert, jeweler 18 Ferry 
Bright James, bakery 2b Commerce 
Bright Julius, watch maker 102 Market 
Bright T. clocks and watches 102 Market 
Brill John, gardener 220 Point Lane 
Brinsmade Rev. Horatio N. d-d. pastor 3dChh. 413 Broad 
' Brintzinghoffer John, segar maker 374 Broad h. 22 Walnut 
Brintzinghoffer W. A. tobacconist 374 Br'd h. 25 Orchard 

Brislen James, laborer 79 Court 

Brislen Michael laborer 30 Norfolk 

Brislen Michael, laborer 48 Bloomfield avenue 

Brison David, Millvillt, N. J. 

Brison Philip, 44 Hedges Alley 

Brison Robert, laborer 54 Broad 

Brison William, laborer 140 Chestnut 

Bristraan John, tailor 29 West 

Brittain John, hatter 171 Plane 

Britten John S. painter 51 Commerce 

Brittin Alfred B- Bridgeport, Conn. 

Brittin John A. express agent 6 Catharine 

Brixner Jacob, collar maker 18 Augusta 

Broadbent John, machinist l3l Orange 

Broadbent Sidney, machinist 116 State 

Broadlcy Thomas, moulder 42 Richmond 

BroafJrick ilichael, carpenter l6 Cherrv 

Broad well Wickliffe G. morocco foot Garden A. £. Town 



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Brock John D. hatter 379 High 
Brockhurt Bodley, jeweler 4 East Green 
Brockman George H. lace weaver 104 Church 
Brocksmit C. H. engraver 320 r. 366 Broad 
Brogan Michael, laborer 1 Gallagher's Court 
Brokaw Albert, tailor 48 Bleeker 
Bromage Henry, blacksmith 14 Summit 
Bromby Thomas, currier 18 Plum 
Brook Edmund, fisherman 3 Bleeker 
Brook Thomas, fisherman 30 Academy 
Brookhouse Margaret, 6 Halsey 

Brooks Abraham, mason 21 Morris &. E. R. R. avenue 
Brooks James H. machinist 24 Summit 
Brophy John, morocco dresser 29 Searing 
Brophy John, conf«ctioner 39 Mechanic 
Brounn 4r Baldwin, platers, sad. hardware Ham. c. Bruen 
Brounn Peter A. plater Hamilton c. Bruen h. 24 Ailing 
Browe Alfred,' lamp maker 16 Franklin Place 
Browe & Dougherty, lamp makers 329 Broad 
Browe John, machinist 16 Franklin Place 
Browe William, lamp maker 329 Broad h. 12 Green 
Browe Senr. William 16 Franklin Place 
Brower Abraham V. grocer 33 Columbia 
Brower & Day, light carriage manfs. 11 Bank 
Brower George M. shnemaker 269 Plane 
Brower Michael, labordr64 North Canal 
Brower Thomas S. trimmer 11 Bank h. 46 William 
Brown Albert H. 231 Plane 

Brown Amanda, milliner 343 Broad # 

Brown Amanda M. 77 Bleeker 
Brown Archibald, currier 59 Green 
Brown Catharine B. widow of Samuel U. 30 Columbia 
Brown Charles, blacksmith 96 Walnut 
Brown Charles, carpenter 15 Franklin 
Brown Chas- (col'd) liv. stable 3 Harrison h. r. 5 August i 
Brown Charles E. harness maker Paterson 
Brown Christian, ale house 3 William 
Brown Cyrus M. machinist 12 Division 
Brown Deborah A. widow of Noah 4 East River 
Brown Elizabeth, widow of Daniel B. Camptown road 
Brown George P. currier 56 Market h. 228 Plane 
Brown Henry L. engineer M. & E. R- R. 105 Orange 
Brown Isaac P. master mason 9 Franklin Place 
Brown Jacob, grocer 7 River 

Brown James, japan hat mfr. 7 Nuttman h. 188 Warren 
Brown James, mason 73 Plane 
Brown Mrs. James D 40 South Canal 
Brown Job D. shoemaker 98 Walnut 
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78 pierson's 

Brown John, boatman 19 East River 
Brown John, boatman 12 Bridge 
Brown John, grocer 196 Bank c Lock 
Brown John S. mason 136 Kinney 
Brown John T. dock builder 14 E. Kinnsy 
Brown Joseph, canaler 24 Drift 
Brown Josiah, blacksmith 38 North Canal 
Brown Lewis, laborer 31 Washington 
Brown Margaret E. 20 Baldwin 
Brown Mary, widow of John D. 103 Plane 
Brown Matthias, grocer 199 Railroad avenue 
Brown Michael, hatter 9 Beaver 
Brown Nancy, nurse 9 Longworth 
Brown Phebe, widow of David C. 19 Broad " 
Brown Richard, mason New York n. S. Prospect 
Brown Robert L. carpenter 19 Augusta 
Brown Robert P. machinist 72 Walnut 
Brown Samuel (colored) rear 39 Garden " 
Brown Samuel B. (colored) sailor 103 Mill 
Brown Samuel B. 492 Broad 
Brown Samuel P. MiUviUe 
Brown Sarah, 9 Longworth 
Brown Susan, widow of Abraham 8 Plum 
Brown Thomas, laborer 172 Bank 
Brown Thomas, (colored) teamster rear 37 Warren 
Brown Thomas, laborer 68 Boston 
Brown Thomas C. periodical agent 16 New 
, Brown Thomas E- brass founder 130 Plane 
Brown Valentine, spring maker 504 Rail Road avenue h^ 

184 South Broad 
Brown Warring, shoemaker 5 South Orange avenue 
Brown William, grocer 34 Market 
Brown William, trunk maker 120 Broad 
Brown William, cutler 609 High 
Brown William, gardener 71 Nesbitt 
Brown William, shoemaker 35 North Canal 
Brown William M. ornamental painter 11 Thomas 
Brown William Mortimer, m. p. 396 Broad c. Hill 
Brown William P. master mason 9 Kinney 
Brovvnell Josiah O. tailor 31 6 South Market 
Brownell Moses, tailor 316 South Market 
Bruen Ashbel. architect and builder Union Hill N. J. 
Bruen Daniel B. malleable iron mfr. 270 r. 229 Market 
Bruen D. B. «& G. H. malleable iron mfrs. foot ef Market 
Bruen Edmund, carpenter 80 New 
Bruen Edwin, 196 Market 
Bruen George R. 66 C(mgress 
Bruen George H. malleable iron, Depot h. 104 Mulberry 



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Bruen Hannah, widow of Carter 5 Union 

Bruen Isaac H. cooper Union Hill N- J. 

Bruen James D. saddler 396 Broad 

Bruen Jennetta, 9 Orchard 

Bruen John C. carpenter 61 Green 

Bruen Joseph H. saddler 60 Lafayette 

Bruen Rachel, widow of Caleb W. 6 Beecher 

Bruen Thomas, cabinet maker 11 Court 

Bruen William D. iron dealer 80 Broad h. 29 Oliver N.Y. 

Brundage Magdeline, 20 Green 

Brundage Mary, widow of Stephen 46 William 

Brundage William, tailor 31 Mechanic 

Brundell Francis, clerk 115 River r, 16 Academy 

Brunell Lewis, spring maker 66 Union 

Brunschwiler Christopher, 334 Broad 

Brussel Patrick, laborer 150 River 
Bruster Zopher, (colored) 112 Church 

Bryant Jacob, mason 92 Plane 

Bryden George, tailor 18 Mill 

Bryden Margaret, widow of James l5i Lawrence • 

Bryden Robert, coach painter 27 Lafayette 

Buchanan James, cutter 216 Broad 

Buchsbaum Henry, jeweler r. 175 Rail Road avenue 

Buck Jr. Chas. N. merchant 146 Front N. Y. Jersey City 

Buck Samuel L. 198 Market 

Buckbee Ritchason, hat manufacturer 63 Bieeker 

Buckler William, currier 184 Plane 

Buckley Joanna, widow of David Murray n. South Broad 

Bucknall & Co. dry goods 172 Broad 

Bucknall Ebenezer G. dry goods 172 Broad r. 23 Park PI. 

Bucknall Misses, young ladies' seminary 23 Park Place 

Bucknall Samuel, 23 Park Place 

Bucknall Samuel R. merchant Philadelphia 23 Park Place 

Budd Andrew, japanner 80 New 

Budd Ann M. widow of Joseph 18 Parker 

Budd Hannah, widow of Joseph 12 Academy 

Budd Smith, blacksmith 20 East Mechanic 

Budd Thomas B. carpenter 19 Cross 

Buddington William, paper carrier 18 Plum 

Buffinger Charles, locksmith 20 Norfolk 

Bull James P. watch maker 262 Broad h. 50 Plane 

Bullivant Charles, shoemaker 42 Richmond 

Bullivant John, shoemaker 304 Market 

Bullivant Josiah, shoemaker 13 Bank 
Bullivant Josiah, shoemaker 19 Rankin 

Bullivant William, shoemaker 19 Rankin 

BuUivaat William, shoemaker 103J Broad 

Bulthaupt Matthias, tailor rear 105 William 



80 pibrson's 

Bunning Phebe C. Mrs 636 Broad 

Bunting John C New York h. 10 Clinton 

Buntigeel Frederick, shoemaker 21 Augusta 

Bunyan John, (colored) tearnster 24 Quarry 

Bunyan Sarah, dressmaker 24 Quarry 

Buoy John, moulder 503 High 

Buoy Robert, moulder 503 High 

Burchell William, founder 45 Nesbitt 

Burden Richard, carrier 15 Fair 

Burgess John, tailor 217 Washington 

Burgess Patrick, tailor 30 Catharine 

Burgesser Henry, shoemaker foot East River 

Burke Edward, tow path boss New c. Searing 

Burke Frederick, pedler 23 Charlton 

Burke Peter, 236 High 

Burnellis Body, 25 Fair 

Burnet Abner B. paper carrier 18 Fair 

Burnet AMetta M- widow of Aaron L. 355 Broad 

Burnet Benjamin, baker 5 Bank 

Burnet Caroline, 1 Park Church Place 

Burnet Catharine, widow of William 2 Ward 

Burnet Jr. Daniel, japanner 53 Spring 

Burnet Edward G. patent leather 117 Wash. r. 355 Broad 

Burnet Elijah D. cloth store 137 Market h. 133 Wash'tti 

Burnet Henry, 23 Walnut 

Burnet Jacob H. stationer 59 Wall N. Y h. 408 Broad 

Burnet James, shoemaker 65 West 

Burnet James H. lumber merchant 23 Walnut 

Burnet Jr. James H. lumber merchant 23 Walnut 

Burnet James H. box m. Ham. c. McWhorter h. 23 Walnut 

Burnet & Sons James H. lumber mer. 17 Commercial 

Burnet John, iron founder 41 Orange 

Burnet Jjewis M. blacksmith 15 Bridge 

Burnet Lewis W. select school 50 Catharine 

Burnet Lindsley, spring maker 506 R. R av. h. 184 S. Bd 

Burnet L. Monroe, shoemaker 89 Catharine 

Burnet Nancy, widow of Smith 4 Clinton 

Burnet Peter S. patent leather Newark n. Sussex avenue 

Burnet Stephen S. patent ploughs 17 h. 19 Bridge 

Burnet Thomas, baker 12 Bank 

Burnet Timothy, butcher Clinton township 

Burnet Walter D. lumber merchant 23 Walnut 

Burnet William, spring maker 40 Lawrencce 

Burnet William H. pattern maker 19 Bridge 

Burnett Charlotte, widow of Benjamin 30 State 

Burnett Ogden R. shoe cutter 372 Broad r. 116 Orchard 

Burnes Andrew, blacksmith 164 Washington 

Burns Bridget, widow of John 354 High 



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Burns Christie, laborer S3 Oxford 

Burns Daniel, laborer 127 Nesbitt 

Burns David, 16 Spring 

Burns Dennis, laborer 124 Lock 

Burns James, currier 90 River 

Burns John, shoemaker 20 Plum 

Burns Lawrence, 146 Academy 

Burns Michael, masen 180 Court 

Burns Michael, laborer 168 South Market 

Burns Michael, laborer 177 Quarry 

Burns Michael, tanner 7 Stephens Court 

Burns Miles, tanner 7 Stephens Court 

Burns Patrick, boatman 18 River 

Burns Patrick, v?ell digger 51 JeflFerson 

Burns Patrick, laborer 100 Inness 

Burns Patrick, laborer 42 Plane 

Burns Timothy, morocco dresser 163 Washington 

Burrage John P. attorney at law 251 Bd. h. 64 Union 

Burrage Michael, wood turner 30 Union 

Burrage Sarah Ann, widow of John S. 64 Union 

Burrall John, spring maker 19 Lafayette 

Burras Silas C. harness maker 7 North Lawrence 

Burrell Aaron H. builder 55 Liberty 

Burroughs Edward, attorney at law 277 High 

Burroughs Joseph, fur blower Inclined plane h. 277 High 

Burroughs Mary Q. widow of Rev. Wm. H. 45 Bridge 

Burrows John, foreman chemical works 22 E. River 

Bursch Charles P. grocer 4 h. 2 River 

Burster Evo, clerk 160 Broad 

Burt Samuel C. tailor 62 New 

Burt Theodore, japanner 175 Mulberry 

Burt hose manufacturer 41 North Prospect 

Burtchell David, malleable iron 116 William 

Burtchell Pendegrass, widow of Peter 46 Broad 

Burtis Ann E. tailoress 7 Cottage 

Bush Aaron J. tobacconist 22 h. 24 Fair 

Bush A. & G. tobacconists 23 Fair 

Bush David H, laborer 26 Kinney 

Bush George, tobacconist 22 h. 24 Fair 

Bush Jacob, agent 8 Catharine 

Bush John A. moulder 80 Orange 

Bush Mary, widow of John H. 63 Orange 

Bush William C. tailor Richmond n- Bank. * 

Buttle Elizabeth, tailoress 47 Monroe 

Buttle John, trimmer 16 Lafayette 

Buttle Robert D. sash and blind manuf. 1 Willow 

Battler James, India rubber 1 Hedges Alley 

Button Henry, machinist 3 Rail Road avenuo 



82 pierson's 

Buits Phillip, tailor 302 Broad h. 161 Mulberry 

Butz Phillip, blacksmith 561 Ferry 

Butz William, saddler 15 Franklin 

Byer Maria, widow of Christopher 91 William 

Byers John, mason 140 Elm 

Byington William C. saddler Philadelphia 

Byrnes James, shoemaker 65 West 

Byrnes Lucas, hatter 132 Kinney 

Byrnes Margaret, widow of William 132 Kinney 

Byrnes Owen, laborer 13 Prince 

Byrnes Richard S. hatter 132 Kinney 

Byson James, weaver 28 Park 



Cabot Charles, cooper 77 Orange 

Caden Michael, 2 Stiles 

Cadmus George, watch case turner Hedenbrg's h. 76 Bank 

Cadmus Halmagh, 204 Plane 

Cadmus Stephen, New York 111 Commerce 

Cadwell Levi, broom manufacturer 4 South Broad 

Caffrey Ann, widow of Patrick 161 Court 

Caffrey Edward, tool maker 92 Plane 

CafFrey James, hatchet & shear mf 333 Bd. K. 39 Wa rren 

Caffrey Owen, grocer 44 Mulberry 

CafFrey & White, hatchet 4- shear manuf. rear 333 Broad 

Cahill Dennis, ship carpenter 8 Plume 

Cahill Elizabeth A. dress maker 8 Plume 

Cahill Hugh, 30 Drift 

Cahill James, laborer 22 Brown 

Cahill John, bit & stirrup maker 66 Congress 

Cahill Patrick, grocer Bank upper end 

Cahill Patrick, laborer 88 ^arry 

Cain Patrick, laborer 26 Centre 

Cairns James, 2 Stiles 

Cairns John, india rubber Newark n. Sussex avenu» 

Cairns Samuel, grocer 528 High h. 127 Orange 

Cairns Samuel R. grocer 528 High h. 127 Orange 

Cairns Robert, 222 Broad 

Cairns William W. carpenter 127 Orange 

Calame August, engraver 12 Scott 

Calderwood David, shoemaker 516 High 

Calderwood Thomas, shoemaker 516 High 

Caldwell David, gold melter 319 Rail Road avenue 

Caldwell Elizabeth, widow 28 James 

Caldwell George, boiler maker 27 River 

Caldwell Sarah, 28 James 

Caliban Bridget, widow of Phillip 380 Rail Road avenue 

Caliban Jane, 112 New 

Caliban Lawrence, shoemaker 625 High 



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Caliban Michael, blacksmith 625 High 

Callagan John, tailor 90 Broad 

Callahan James, carpenter 188 Bank 

Callaway Anna M. widow of Christopher 33 Market 

Callaway Frederick, sash and blind maker 33 Market 

Callaway & Co. F. sash and blind manufrs. 4 Comes 

Callen Josiah, currier 21 Court c. Church 

Callen Patrick, laborer 528 High 

Callery Laughlin, well digger 44 Union 

Callery Mary, widow of James 60J Union 

Calwin John, hatter 9 Green 

Camfield David J. livery stable 158 h. 170 Washington 

Camfield Jabez H. 170 Washington 

Camfield Joanna B. 453 Broad 

Camfield John P. moulder 63 Orange 

Camm John, brass turner and manufactufer of powder 

flasks, patent shot belts, &c. 75 M. & E. R. R. ave 
Camp Bruen H. 4 South Broad 

Camp Caleb H- Franklin Square, Clinton New Jersey 
Camp James E. looking glass mf. 59 Warren h. 177 B'd. 
Camp John J. chair maker 477 h. 481 Broad 
Camp John P. coach trimmer 48 Columbia 
Camp Noah, picture frame maker 55 William 
Camp Rebecca, widow of Aaron 4 South Broad 
Camp William Henry, merchant 164 Bd- r. Park House 
Campbell Abner, looking glass manuf. 125 h. 63 Market 
Campbell Calvin, shoemaker 22 Halsey 
Campbell Charles, merchant tailor 320 Broad h. 217 Plane 
Champbell Charles G. looking glass manuf. 125 h 63 Mar. 
Campbell &Co, Charles G. looking glass mfrs. 125 Market 
Campbell & Crane, tobacconist 117 Broad 4" Caldwell N. J, 
Campbell David, tobacconist 117 h. 119 Broad 
Campbell David T. tailor 150 Mulberry 
Campbell Edward H. sexton 2d Pres. Church 70 Spring 
Campbell Isaac, cloth cutter l50Muberry 
Campbell James, laborer 82 Catharine 
Campbell John, boot crimper 110 Washington 
Campbell John, (col'd) oyster house 16 Academy 
Campbell John, tailor 316 Plane 
Campbell John C. 38 Clinton 
Campbell John M. carpenter 13 River 
Campbell John W. blacksmith 3 Ferry 
Campbell Mary, widow of Lewis L. C. 163 Plans 
Campbell Owen, stone cutter 157 Ferry 
Campbell Thomas, (col'd) laborer 120 William 
Campfield Aaron B- 359 Broad 

Campfield Alexander, hoes &c. 5 Railroad av. 5 Hamilton 
Campfield Alfred W. 22 South c. Orchard 



84 pierson's 

Campfield Charlotte M. widow of Dr. Abraham 287 Broad 

Campfield Datid, carpenter 136 Kinney 

Campfield Edward, bookbinder 250 Broad h. 10 Maiden L. 

Campfield Enos B. carpenter 2G0 Plane 

Campfield Henry B. blacksmith 31 Commerce 

Campfield Jackson, saddletree maker 26 Souta Canal 

Campfield Joseph A. tinner 287 Broad 

Campfield Mahlon, 359 Broad 

Campfield Rachael, boarding house 31 Commerce 

Campfield Robert B. 359 Broad 

Campfield Jr. Robert B. m. d. California 287 Broad 

Campfield Jr. Rev. Robert B. 21 Chestnut 

Canal Mills, old Bloomfield Road n. Canal 

Canfield Albert W. clothier 141 Market h. 10 Centre 

Canfield Davi4 E. builder enquire 36 William 

Canfield Elias, painter EHzabethtewn Road 

Canfield Elizabeth, wid. of Nath. boarding h. 15 Lafayette 

Canfield Henry C 36 Bank 

Canfield Jacob, cabinet maker 187 Academy 
Canfield James E. tailor 9 Ward 
Canfield Jasper D. shoemaker 77 Orchard 

Canfield Joseph, jeweler 80 Mulberry 
Canfield Moses, jeweler California 43 Mechanic 

Canield Stephen E. hoes, &c. 5 Railroad ave. h. 138 Elm 

Canfield & Co. S. E. hammers A hatchets 5 Railroad ave» 

Canfield Theodore, halter Philadelphia 

Canfield Thomas, painter 108 Elizabethtown Read 
Canfield Uzal J, farmer Elizabethtown Road 
Canfield Warren, saddler 36 Bank 

Canfield Wheelock, blacksmith 3 Green 

Canfield William, 31 Lawrence 

Cann Albert G. cutter 157 Mulberry 

Cann William A. cutter 284 Broad h. 44 Green 

Canniff William H. carriage manuf. 62 Boston 

Cansler William W. paper hangings 196 Broad h 123 Wash 

Cardiff Mary, widow of James 2 Washington Alley 

Cardiff Samuel, shoemaker 22 Wra. h. 3 Wash. Alley 

Carl Adam. 33 Durand 

Carl John, coach maker 61 Market 

Carl Samuel, painter 58 Quarry 

Carlan Owen, 19 Boudinot 

Carlan Patrick, patent leather 52 Inness 

Carll John F, daily Eagle 295 Broad r. 27 Columbia 

Carlton Frederick A. trunk maker 30 Bridge 

Carlton Phebe A. boarding house 20 Camfield 

Carman — — , steam saw mill foot Clay 

Carman Hannah M. carpet bags 26 Summit 

Carman Mary L. 10 Park 



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Carman Melancthon F. 26 Summit 

Carmer Albert R. mer tailor 253 Broad h. 48 Plane 

Carraer Isaac R. mansion house Belleville 

Carpenter William, jeweler 5 Orchard 

Carr David S. saddler 17 Hill 

Carr Elizabeth, nurse 110 Washington 

Carr Hester, widow 257 Plane 

Carr James, shoemaker 66 Plane 

Carr John, laborer 68 Plane 

Carr John, teamster rear 1'37 Nesbitt 

Carr John S. harness maker 217 Washington 

Carr Margery, widow nurse 4 Commerce 

Carr Phillip, shoemaker 27 Baldwin 

Carr Robert, 128 Warren 

Carr William, laborer rear 127 Nesbitt 

Carr William N. attorney at law 297 Broad h. 257 Plane 

Carrick Charles, japanner 4 Stephen's Court 

Carrick John, laborer 3 East Mechanic 

Carriff Ellis, carpenter 35 Camp 

Carrington James M. 427 Broad 

Carrington James N. dry goods 222 Broad h. 68 Halsey 

Carrington Luther G. auctioneer 23 Piatt New York 

Carrington & Sayre, dry goods 222 Broad 

Carroll Hugh, currier 34 Mercer 

Carroll John, laborer c. Grand and South Orange avenue 

Carroll Lawrence, currier 5 Halsey's Court 

Carter Jr. Aaron, jeweler 1 Green h. 450 Broad 

Carter Amos K. spoke mfr. Phcenix works h. 66 Warren 

Carter Anthony H. carpenter I Clay 

Carter Charles A. clerk Phoenix works 140 Mulberry 

Carter Cyrus, carpenter 24 Bank 

Carter Edward, civil engineer 154J Market h. 23 Bruen 

Carter Elizabeth, 369 Broad 

Carter Frederick, jeweler 2o8 Railroad avenue 

Carter George, Pompton Plains 

Carter Horace, saddler 38 Smith 

Carter James J. saddler 369 Broad 

Carter liUcas, blacksmith 72 h. 4 Clay 

Carter Phebe, widow of Sheffield 103 Acadengr 

Carter & Pierson, jewelers 1 Green 

Carter Sawyer, coach trimmer 117 Mulberry 

Carter Theodore G. plater 317 Railroad avenue 

Carter Uzal, shoemaker Boyden n. Orange 

Cartledge James, beer maksr 14 Fair 

Carwin Bridget, widow of John 183 Plane 

Cary Henry, coachsmith 196 Mulberry 

Cary Lewis A. silver plater 151 Mulberry 

Case Edward W. shoemaker 41 Market 



86 pibrson's 

Case Elizabeth, nurse 19 Boudinot 

Case Philip, laborer 16 Montgomery 

Case Sylvester P. 26 Ward 

Case Warren, saddler 171 Mulberry 

Case Warren Y. jeweler 4 1 Market , ' 

Casey Barney, 15 Church 

Casey Catharine, dress maker 37 Nesbilt 

Caspen Michael, 22 Market 

Cass David, 294 Broad r. 1 Park Church Place 

Cassady Lewis, 2 North Essex 

Casselman Van Renssalaer, 1 Franklin Place 

Casterline Benjamin M. 2 Ferry c South Market 

Casterline Mulford W. grocer 2 Ferry c. South Market 

Castle Ambrose, Ridge c Crane 

Castle James, Ridge c. Crane 

Castle John, laborer KT? Quarry 

Castle Samuel, Ridge c. Crane 

Castle Thomas, tailor 37 Broom 

Castles Thomas, malleable iron 29 New h. 12 Crane 

Castner Charles, shoemaker 4 Nichols' Court 

Castner Sarah, widow of Rev. Jacob R. 53 Orchard 

Casto Joseph, saddler 226§ Plane 

Caudle Frederick, surgeon 133 Academy 

Caughlin John, stone cutter 157 Ferry 

Caul Phillip, varnish maker C76 Broad 

Cavanau^ih James, laborer 32 South Market 

Cavanaugh John, carpenter 180 Court 

Cawaline Charles, jeweler lOi Liberty 

Chadwick Daniel, japanner 24 Bridge 

Chadwick John, patent leather 34 Front h.2l Washingtt)ii 

Chadwick & Co. John, patent leather 34 Front 

Chadwick Margaret, ^Tidow of Thos. oyster h. 74 Mulberry 

Chadwick Samuel, 21 Washington 

Chamberlain Hannah, widow,l5 South Canal 

Chamberlain Isaac, oysters '«-'47 Broad h. 1 Comes 

Chamberlain Samuel, wrocer 167 Warren 

Chambers Matthew, tallow chandler 34 Mechanic 

Chambers Thomas, harness maker 166 Washington 

Champenise Isaac, jeweler 16 Walnut 

Chandler Albert, Park house 

Chandler Elizabeth, widow of Lewis 696 Broad 

Chandler Isaac N. engraver 101 Halsey 

Chandler James, 696 Broad 

Chandler Job, clerk 196 Broad h. 48 Plane 

Chandler Rev. John, 12 Commerce 

Chandler John J. clerk mechanic's bank 12 Commerce 

Chandler John J. rule maker 85 Mulberry 

Chandler Mary. wid. of David D. Park house 27 Park pi- 



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Chandler Marquis, collar maker 136 Kinney 

Chandler Mason, saddler Winsboro, S. C. 14 Court 

Chandler Nathaniel, Park house 

Chandler Thomas G dry goods 284 Broad h. 97 Halsey 

Chandler William C chair maker 696 Broad 

Chaplain Charles L. spoke manuf. Phcenix works 

Chapman James, wood turner 112 Mulberry 

Chapman William, currier 356 Broad 

Charles Anthony, wheelwright 16 Boyden 

Charles Petchie, grinder rear 86 Qurry 

Charles William, laborer 4 Stephens' Court 

Charles William, laborer 41 Ogden 

Charlton John, tool maker 24 Bleeker 

Charlton Richard, weaver 32 Mercer 

Chase Sidera, prin. Wesleyan Institute 191 Washington 

Chase William, shoemaker 23 Kinney 

Chatman Alexander, mason 57 Stale 

Chatman Robert, patent leather 21 Nesbitt 

Chavantre Alexander, 4 Pear Alley 

Cheak Henry, tailor 29 Plume • 

Chedister Lesbia H. teacher 290 Washington 

Chedwick Mary Ann, widow of Francis B. 13 Ferry 

Cherry George, cutler 16 Fair 

Cherry William, house painter 16 Fair 

Chetwood John, attorney & couns. California 

Chetwood John J. attorney <Sr couns. h. Elizabethtovsn N.J. 

Chevalier Anthony A. shingle shaver 44 Jefferson 

Chevalier C E. jeweler 45i Broad h. 48 Kinney 

Chezman George, coach trimmer 25 Chestnut 

Chibley John, carpenter 35 Camp 

Chidester Gertrude, widow of Simeon B. 185 Washington 

Chidester Guy M. carpenter 15 Hill 

Chidester Robert Y. brick laver 31 Commerce 

Chilcoat Hannah, widow of John 34 Fair 

Chilcoat John R. coach maker 34 Fair 

Chollet John H goldsmith 1 East Green 

Christie Abraham, carpenter 94 Kinney 

Christie Hannah, trimmer 44 Quarry 

Christie James, 529 Ferry 

Christie John, (col'd) 39 Garden 

Christie -Morris R. 52 Mulberry 

Christie Sarah, widow of Alexander 529 Ferry 

Christie Thomas. 13 Court 

Chrisrly Michael, laborer 12 Madison 

Christmann Charles, tailor 1 Nichols Court 

Christmann Michael, tailor 15 Walnut 
. Christopher John, 3 Warren 

Church Thomas, tailor 173 Plane 



£8 PIERSON^S 

Cipher John, harness maker 11 Rankin 

Claig Sarah, widow of John 23 Liberty 

Clancy John, laborer 38 Bloomfieid avenue 

Clancy Mirhael, carpenter 11 G(»ble 

Clancy Patrick, carpenter 230 Mulberry 

Clark Aaron, bootmaker 95 William 

Clark Aaron T, hatter 146 State 

Clark Abraham, plater l3 Lawrence 

Clark Abraham, shoe manufacturer 224 Plane 

Clark Charles B. teacher lOl Orange 

Clark Cornelius, carriage trimmer 148 Mulberry 

Clark Daniel T. clerk 271 Broad h. 17 Park 

Clark E. M. daguerrian 131 Market h, 50 Lafayette 

Clark George, morocco dresser lOO Bank 

Clark George, jeweler 135 Elm 

Clark George, (colored) laborer 145 Warren 

Clark George W. stoves &c. 2 h. 19§ Commerce 

Clark Henry, (colored) 1 1 Colden 

Clark Henry H. ship carpenter J9J Commerce 

Clark James, mason 31 Baldwin 

Clark James, printer 39 North Canal 

Clark James, plater 12 Arch 

Clark James, coach maker 80 Plane 

Clark James PL coach maker Piermont N. Y. 

Clark James Henry, m.d. office and h. 228 Broad c. Cedar 

Clark John, painter 32 Garden 

Clark John, laborer 20 Lon^worth 

Clark John, coach maker 379 High 

Clark John, painter 116 Ferry 

Clark Jr. John, coach maker 133 Mulberry 

Clark John D. shoemaker 11 Hill 

Clark John H. plater 102 h. 118^ Plane 

Clark Leroy, machinist 5Pieison's Alley 

Clark Letitia, widow 48 Hedges Alley 

Clark Mary, widow of James H. 17 Park 

Clark Mary, widow of Peter 36 Mulberry 

Clark Peter, (colored) waiter tear l6 Cherry 

Clark Robert, plater 121 Plane 

Clark Robert, teamster Orleans n. Nesbit 

Clark Samuel, painter 298 Washington 

Clark Samuel W. teacher P S. No. 5, 29 South Prospect 

Clark Sarah, widow of Daniel S. 298 Washington 

Clark Stephen, clerk 92 Plane 

Clark Stephen F. turner 13 Broad 

Clark Terrence, laborer 53 Broad 

Clark Thomas, waiter 356 Broad 

Clark Thomas, quarryman 99 Quarry 

Clark Thomas, boarding house 13 Catharine 



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Clark William H. California 17 Bank 
Clark William S. coach smith 8 Camfield 
Clark Williarx^ S. B. 64 New 
Clarkson Thomas, carpenter 80 Jones 
Clarkson William, frame work knitter 107 Prospect Place 
Clary Dennis, chemical works 96 E. River 
Classon Augrnstus, carpet weaver 58 Grand 
Clawson William, mason 166 Court 
Claydon VVilliam, whip maker 87 Halsey 
Clayton Gifford F. segar maker 2 Garrabrant's Court 
Clayton John, cutler 112 State 

Clayton Mary, widow of Joseph R. S. Prospect c. Kinney 
Clear Michael, gardner 681 Plane 

Clearman Lewis A. tool mfr. Frank. Factory 124 Broad 
Clearman Maria, widow of Daniel 6 Front 
Clearman Peter S. saddler 198 Market 
Clearman Thomas D. hatter 6 Front 
Cleaver James D. attorney at law 3l4 Broad h- 54 Com. 
Cleaver John, currier 54 Commerce 
Cleaver William H. 54 Commerce 
Clegg Edmond C. hatter 35 Thomas 
Clegg Sarah, widow 5 1 William 
Clek John, brass founder 44 Mulberry 
Clement Michael, laborer 119 Washington 
Clements Henry, hatter 4 Columbia 
Clements Henry T. fancy store 155 Orange 
Clerk's office, court house head of Market 
Cleveland Ezra, shoe store 28 h. 26 New 
Cleveland Wil'iam H. trunk manufacturer 360 Broad 
Clewney John, hatter 43 Bridge 
Clinchard Bruno, file cutter 50 h. 52 Mechanic 
Clintock Matthias, livery stable 9 William h. 7 Fair 
Clintock William R. saddler 122 Broad 
Clinton Mutual Insurance Co. Library Hall 115 Market 
Clinton William, piano tuner 196 Broad 
Closson S; A. dress maker 2 Nesbitt's court 
Clough W. T. passaic chemical works h 44 East River 
Clow Jacob, currier 169 Plane 
Clume Janet, seamstress 24 Centre 
Cluss Peter H shoemaker 237 Plane 
Clyman Edward, segar maker 94 Mulberry 
Coady John, chemical works 75 East River 
Coates Eliza, widow of Joseph S 21 Boudinot 
Cobb Abraham, carman 1 Comes 
Cobb Alexander F. 290 Washington 
Cobb Elias W. grocer 7 Broad 
Cobb George M. clerk 7 Broad 

Cobb George T. iron merchant 80 Broad N. Y. h. /. Ctty 

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90 pierson's 

Cobb Jacob, harness ornaments 34 Mechanic 

Cobb John E- currier 22 Marshall 

Cobb William A. builder Wash. Alley h. 121 Kinney 

Coburn Jonathan, shingle shaver 26 Ailing 

Coburn Thomas, currier 6 Halsey's court 

Cochran Emily B. widow of Rev. Thomas 34 Columbia 

Cochran Thomas J- carriage maker Brooklyn 

Cochran William H. shoemaker 62 Bleeker 

Cochrane Mary, widow of Peter 57 Academy 

Coddington Jonathan, copper smith 41 North Canal 

Cody Patrick, grocer 187 Rail Road avenue 

Coe Aaron, real estate dealer 155 High 

Coe Abby, widow of Halsled 172 Market 

Coe Catharine, widow of Isaac 77 Court n. High 

Coe George V. master mason 81 Court 

Coe James, (colored) 13 Prince 

Coe Joseph t). turner 167 High 

Coe Moses B. assessor 165 High 

Coe Sarah, widow of Sayres 63 Court 

Coe William R tailor 551 High 

Coes Samuel B. grocer 48 Fair r. 120 Mulberry 

Coeyman Henry G. jeweler 122 Union 

Coffee Michael, laborer 99 Union 

Coffield Hugh, cooper 30 South Bridge 

Coflfield Thomas, 29 Fair 

Cogan Bridget, widow washing 42 Union 

Cogan Charles H 324 High 

Cogan David A. justice 69 Market h. 324 High 

Coggins John, laborer 13 Searing 

Colbath Mary M. dress maker 8 Lafayette 

Colhurn A. G. Pliny A. G. m. o , d. d. s. 269 Broad 

Colburn George F. J. dentist 269 Broad 

Colburn & Son, surgeon dentists 269 Broad 

Colby Johnson, shoemaker 23 1^ Washington 

Cole James D. carpenter Boyden n Orange 

Cole John, hatter 54 William 

Cole John R. bootmaker 18 Bridge 

Coleman Asher, coachmaker 13S Washington 

Coleman Barnabus M. saddler 4S Fair 

Coleman Charles, tanner 8 Shipman 

Coleman James, laborer 43 Lush 

Coleman Thomas, currier 12 William 

Coleman William, blacksmith 16 Spring 

Coles Abraham, m. d. 172 Market 

Coles Abraham, japanner Boyden c. State 

Coles Catharine, widow of Dennis 172 Market 

Coles D. B. grocer 22 Hamilton 

Coles John, needle manuf. 7 Nuttman h. 88 Warren 

Coles Susan, boarding house 122 Orange 



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Colie James H. shoemaker 188 Plane 
CoUard James, wheelwright 30 Quarry 
Collard Peter, saddler 83 Catharine 
Collinger Lr.wrence, butcher 112 Church 
Collin John P. grocer 43 Academy 
Collins Barrant W. 100 Broad 
Collins Daniel, gardner Orleans n. Nesbitt 
Collins David, shoe manuf. 141 Mulberry c. Franklin 
Collins Edward G. tailor 34 Market h. 7 Division Place 
Collins Florence, shoemaker 32 M. & E. Rail R. avenue 
Collins George, cap front maker 604 High 
Collins Henry, haiter 6-25 High 
Collins James, blacksmith 259 Plane 
Collins James, hatter 204 Academy n. Lock 
Collins John, [col'd) barber rear 167 Warren 
Collins Michael, tanner 211 Bank 
Collins Patrick, laborer 25 Oxford 
Collini Richard, farmer 75 East River 
Collins Sarah, washing 3 East Mechanic 
CoUon Patrick, currier 174 Plane 
Collyer James, spring maker 27 Green 
Collyer John, carpenter 28 Ferry 
Collyer Oscar F. carpenter 42 Ferry 
Collyer Samuel C. builder 110 McWhorter h, 22 E. Mac. 
Collyer Theodore, carpenter 114 McWhorter 
Collyer Thomas, carriage smith 9i Fair h. 9 Oak 
Colon Elizabeth, widow of Peter 10 Plume 
Colon George U. ship carpenter 10 Plume 
Colon Joseph P. shipwright 10 Plume 
Colon Peter, ship carpenter 10 Plume • 

Colton Chester W. jeweler 397 Broad 
CoUon Daniel J. jeweler 36 Franklin r. 407Broad 
Colton Jr. Demas, jeweler 36 Franklin r. 397 Broad 
Colton Jr. & Co. Demas, jewelers 36 Franklin 
Colver John, tailor 151 Elm 
Colwell Israel D. coachmaker 34 Elm 
Colyer Joseph, blacksmith 36 Harrison h. 21 Bleeker 
Colyer Richard, jeweler 356 Broad 
Comb John, jeweler 15 Walnut 
Combs Eliud B. stone cutter Sll Plane 
*Combs Israel W. South 120 Summit c. Canal 
Combs Richard N. 120 Summit c. Canal 
Combert Jacob, ta'lor 207 Bank 
Commisky James, tailor 14 Clay 
Common Council chamber 115 Market 
Commos Hester A. dress maker 109 Broad 
Commos John, rope maker 25 North Essex 
Compton Ambrose S. ice dealer 161 Commerce 



92 PIBRSON'g 

Compton George, ice dealer, ice cream gardens, families, 
parties, &c. supplied cheap 1 River 

Compton John, composition roofer 1 South Market 

Compton John, (col'd) laborer 87 Baldwin 

Compton Robert, hatter 69 Orange 

Compton Ruth, widow of Joseph 1 South Market 

Compton William, livery stable 160 h. 178 Market 

Comstock John, grinder 222 Bank 

Condict Elizabeth, widow of Ebenezer 36 Bank 

Condict, Horton & Co. saddlers (fee 207 Market 

Condict Stephen H. saddler 207 Market h. 24 Smith 

Condin Hugh, laborer 18 Longworth 

Condit Albert P, law student 228 r. 332 Broad 

Condit Amzi, coach maker 49 Boston 

Oondit & Bowles, malleable cast iron foundry 25 Orange 

Condit Charles H. coachbody maker 70 Kinney 

Condit Daniel, 25 Ornnge h. 137 Broad 

Condit Ezra F. spokt turner 1 Comes 

Condit Henry D. shoem. Crane road to Orange above First 

Condit Tsr^ol D. hat body manufacturer MiUville N. J. 

Condit Joel W. grocer 176 Broad h. 11 Park Place 

Condit , widow of John S. Lodiover the River 

Condit Rev. Jonathan B pastor 2d Chh. 12 Lombardy 

Condit Lewis N. 3 Park Place 

Condit Lydia, nurse 70 Kinney 

Condit Martha, widow of Peter 21 Park 

Condit Moses H. builder rear 116 h. 120 Plane 

Condit Nathan, shoemaker 6 New 

Condit Phebe, widow of Ichabod 39 Commerce 

Condit & PooVJbel W. grocers wholesale and retail 176 
Broad c. New 

Condit Robert S. beer maker 138 Plane 

Condit Silas, 3 Park Place 

Condit Wickliff S. clerk 104 Market h 186 Plane 

Condit William H. shoemaker 18 Summit 

Condon Luke, blacksmith rear 80 Orange 

Condon Joseph, machinist 133 Quarry 

Condon Michael, blacksmith rear 80 Orange 

Condry Michael, mason 150 Lock 

Cone Alexander G. hatter 75 Union 

Cone Erastns, saddler 30 Orchard 

Cone Thomas B. saddler New York 

Cone Walter N. saddler 22 Ferry 

Congar Bruen H. silver plater 418 Broad 

Congar Catharine, 115 Broad 

Congar David, 23 Fair 

Congar Hannah, widow of Samuel 414 Broad 

Congar Horace N. attorney at law 312 Broad h, 23 Fair 



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Congar Irad, patent leather 15 Hill c. Church 

Congar James, edge tool mfr. rear 333 r. Il5 Broad 

Congar James B. grocer 59 Mulberry h. 23 Fair 

Congar John P. edge tool mfr 60 Hamilton h. 115 Broad 

Congar Mary, widow of Horace 15 Orchard 

Congar Samuel H coach painter 414 Broad 

Congar Stephen, m. d. 23 Fair 

Congel Lawrence, engineer 40 Spring 

Conger Alfred, New York 

Conger Charles H. edge tool maker 47 State 

Conger Ellison, tallow chandler 100 Market 

Conger John, edge tool maker 6 North Essex 

Conger Judson, clerk 329 Broad r. 100 Market 

Conklin Abraham, plater 2 1 Liberty 

Conklin Daniel, blacksmith shop Commerce n. railroad 

h. 31 South Essex 
Conklin Daniel F. carpenter 3 1 South Essex 
Conklin George, mason 5 Cottage 
Conklin James T. spiing maker 49 Mechanic 
Conklin Thomas S. blacksmith 44 Bleeker 
Conkling James L. engineer 77 Union 
Conkling John N. book keeper 77 Union 
Conkling Sarah, widow of Jonathan 77 Union 
Conley Jamas, tailor 10 Summit 
Conley Rachel, widow of James 22 Centre 
Conlin Garret, hatter 129 Nesbitt 
Conlin John, tailor 84 Bank 
Conn Catharine, Newark n Canal 
Conn Robert, quarryman 13 Quarry 
Conn Robert, laborer, 29 Lock 
Connell John, paver 100 Tichenor 
Connelly Thomas, quarryman 26 Drift 
Connet Luther, blacksmith 16 Thomas 
Connet Zenas, shoemaker 28 h. 32 Kinney 
Connor Bryan, laborer 13 East Fair 
Connor Edward, laborer c. Ferry & Union 
Connor James, laborer l(i6 Newark n. Sussex avenue 
Connor John, saddler 3 Stephens' Court 
Connor John, laborer 7 Halsey's Alley 
Conover Abraham, (col'd) coachman S. Meeker 104 Bank 
Conover Cornelius h. shoemaker 101 Oliver 
Conover Elizabeth, widow of William 15 Cherry 
Conover John, cooper 101 Oliver 
Conover William H. dentist 322 Broad 
Conselyea Hannah, widow of Aaron 13 Bank 
Conway Arthur, licensed victualler 138 Plane 
Conway Hugh, laborer 62 Adams 
Conway Margaret; matron of the Orphan Asylum 194 High 



94 pierson's 

Coogan William, laborer 31 Oxford 

Cook Abraham T. (col'd) 364a Broad h. 23 Bank 

Cook Caroline, widow oi William 63 Bank 

Cook Catharine, widow of Dr. Stephen B. 83 Mulberry 

Cook Charles, tailor 275 High 

Cook , wi low of Edward 16 Smith 

Cook Edward A. 127 Washington 

Cook Ellen J New above Newark 

Cook Ellis W. blacksmith 7 Camfield 

Cook Epaphras, carman 83 Bank 

Cook Frances, 16 Smith 

Cook Frederick, lace weaver 16 Fair 

Cook George, shoemaker 35 Union 

Cook George, shingle shaver 45 Prince 

Cook George H japanner 41 Cpitharine 

Cook Henry, coach maker 208 Railroad avenae 

Cook Henry B. charcoal dealer 149 Orange 

Cook Hiram, carpenter 98 Market 

Cook Isabella, lailoress 16 Kinney 

Cook Jabez, builder 114 Union 

Cook , widow of Jabez, 16 Smith opposite Pine 

Cook Joseph, filer 170 Court 

Cook Joseph C. beer house 125 Springfield avenue 

Cook Lindley G. carpenter enquire 10b Union 

Cook Mary, enquire 7 Broad 

Cook Peter W. 83 Bank 

Cook Ralph B. coach smith 15 Broad 

Cook Thomas, charcoal dealer 29 Ward 

Cook William, butcher 43 Market 

Cookeroo John, laborer I Hrown 

Cookeroo Joseph, laborer 1 Brown 

Cooley Hannah, widow of Wm. O. boarding h. 64 Bleeker 

Coon Conrad, tailor 32 Jones 

Cooney John, harness maker rear 56 Union 

Cooper Edward, patent leather 24 Fulton 

Cooper Edward C. machinist 24 Fulton 

Cooper Enos A. saddler 108 Elm 

Cooper, Farrand & Co. carriage dealers Lexington, Ky. 

Cooper Jacob J. shoe manuf. 322 Broad h. 72 Court 

Cooper Jonah T. 108 Elm 

Cooper Lucinda, widow of Stephen 24 Fulton 

Cooper Mary, widow of Jonas nurse 62 Boston 

Cooper Nichols, shoemaker 26 McWhorter 

Cooper Phebe Ann. dress makei 108 Elm 

Cooper Stephen J. coffins 36 h. 34 Plane 

Cooper William, nursery man Elizahelhlown Road 

Cooper William W. hardware 109 Broad h. 24 Fulton 

Cooper William W. pump manufacturer 24 Fulton 



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Cooper W. S. mansion house Morristown 

Coolee Alexander, morocco dresser 356 Broad 

Coovert Rebecca, widow of Henry 24 Park 

Cope Benjamin, collar manufacturer 6 Fair 

Copeman William L. P. baker 29 Academy 

Corbit Bridget, widow of Mark grocer Mulberry c. River 

Corbit Francis, farmer 18 River 

Corbit Rev. W. P. past. Franklin-st. church 17 Franklin 

Corby Benjamin H. japanner 206 Nesbitt 

Corby John, ship painter 27 River 

Corby John, carpenter 24 Lombardy 

Corby Richard, shoemaker 1 Love Lane 

Corby Silas, blacksmith helper 555 High 

Corby "William, hatter Orleans n. Nesbiti 

Core Christian, widow 173 Broad 

Corey Andrew R. Bellemont avenue n. Court 

Corey Ann E. widow of Ashbel W. High n. Spruce 

Corey James W. hatter 27 Bleeker 

Corey Mary, 128 Plane 

Corey Samuel, forest tree setter 69 Crane 

Corey Thomas, lace weaver, 96 Washington 

Corey Wheelock, currier 69 Crane 

CorieliPhineas, grocer 192 Washington c. William 

Corn Phillip, moulder 94 Walnut 

Cornell John, painter 71 Ferry 

Corney James, painter 99 Mercer 

Corning Francis, hatter foot Nichols n. South Prospect 

Corrigan Ann, widow of Michael grocer 20 South Canal 

Corrigan Ann, widow of Phillip 190 South Market 

Corrigan Thomas, laborer 13 Halsey's alley 

Corrigan Thomas, grocer 147 Market 

Corry Daniel, shoemaker 133 Academy 

Corser William R. clerk 3-23 Broad r. 20 Shipman 

Corset Frederick, tailor 3 Halsey's Court 

Cort George, shoemaker 21 Itankin 

Corwin Joseph A. m. d. 38 Ferry • 

Corwin Joshua A. harness maker 50 Lafayette 

Corwith Luther, carpenter 9 Plane 

Cory Francts J. widow of Jonathan Bank c. Wallace 

Corzene , machinist 24 Lombardy 

Cosgrove Henry, plater 246 Plane 
Cosgrove Hester, widow of Thomas 246 Plane 
Cosgrove John, blacksmith 246 Plane 
Cosier Patrick, laborer -208 Railroad avenue 
Coste Augustus, hatter 54 Liberty h 25 Ward 
Costello Charles H. hat finisher 40 Warren 
Coslello Jeremiah, laborer 21 River 
Colter Edwin F. hatter 35 Union 



96 fiesson's 

Cottincrham James, 2 Congress 

Coughlin Daniel, bhcksmiih 97 Halsey h. 31 S. Essex 

Coughlin Daniel F. carpenter 31 South Essex 

Coughlin Eleanor, widow of John, 127 Kinney 

Coughlin George, nnasonS Collage 

Coughlin Mary, widow of John 107 Mulberry 

Coughlin Nicholas, farmer 123 Thomas 

Coughlin Sylvester, tanner 24 Market 

Coughlin William, blind maker rear 29 Halsey 

Coughlin Wyanl, carter 193 Mulberry 

Couglin Joseph, shoemaker 24 Kidge 

Coulter Waller, machinist 22 Division 

Coursen Mirandus E, mason 38 Garden 

Courier Eleazar, japanner 81 VVasliington 

Courier Isaac J. master mason 11 Cross 

Courier James, 66 Catharine 

Courier Peter, tobacco and cigar peddler 31 Lawrence 

Courier Richard, mason North John 

Courier Stephen, currier rear 97 Broad 

Courier Tunis, patent leather 29 Ogden 

Covintree Charles VV. steamboat hotel 109 River c. Centre 

Cowdry P^lizabeth, widow of Edwin 40 River 

Cowen William D. tailor 96 Mulberry 

Cowlam John, 226 Broad 

Cowlishaw George E. butcher 167 Warren 

Cox , yew York h. 538 High 

Cox Augustus, jeweler 29 McWhorter 

Cox Carson, trunk maker 17 Mulberry 

Cox David, sea captain 3 Centre 

Cox Edmund H. 654 Broad 

Cox Edward, captain schooner Joe 53 Commerce 

Cox George, captain schooner Pulaski 17 Mulberry 

Cox George W. shoemaker 84 Plane 

Cox Michael, laborer 23 North Essex 

Cox Patrick G. dealer in wool 173 Plane h. 217 Wash'n 

Coyer Williat% 19 Boudinot 

Coyle Michael, carpenter 51 Academy 

Coyle Patrick, laborer 50 Spring 

Coyle Patrick, laborer 31 South Prospect 

Cozard Elizabeth, widow of Samuel enquire 81 Plane 

Cozine Hannah, widow tailoress 292 Washington 

Cozine James, trunk maker 74 Kinney 

Craft Joseph, laborer 34 Charlton 

Craig David, chair maker 631 Broad 

Craig Isaac C. halter 20 Blast Mechanic 

Craig John, chair maker 631 Broad 

Crajg Richard, malleable iron 8 Division 

Craig Samuel J. carman 8 Division 



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Crailon Charles, cabinetmaker 238 Broad 

Craiton Robert stone cutter 238 Broad 

Crandell Nehemiah S fiS Broad 

Crane Aaron, mason 35 Orchard 

Crane Aaron D. one year clock maker 6 Lombardy 

Crane Abigail. 22 Centre 

Crane Albert O tea and spice merchant 120 Brotid 

Crane Amzi, builder 41 h. 55 Broad 

Crane Andrew, carpenter 5B New 

Crane Augustus M jeweler 75 Warren 

Crane A. & T. builders 4l Broad 

Crane & BrothHr E. A. jewelers 36 Walnut 

Crane B. Franklin, tailor 101 Orange 

Crane Charles O. jeweler 30 Walnut h. 43 Bank 

Crane Clara, miliner 38 Fair 

Crane Daniel B. furniture warehouse Mobile, Ala. 

Crane David C. chair maker 63 Walnut 

Cane David S. builder 23 Wasliington 

Cane David W. master mason iny Plane 

Crane Edward A. jew eler 3G h. 3 1 Walnut 

Crane Elias O. tailor 276 Broad h. 39 Chestnut 

Crane Elias B 79 Spring 

Crane Elijah, 401 Broad 

Crane Elizabeth, tailoress 78 Bank 

Crane Elizabeth, 401 Broad 

Crane Elizabeth, widow of Jeremiah 55 Broad 

Crane Elizabeth, widow of Charles 20 Brown 

Crate & Eisden, builders rear 20 Lafayette 

Crane Emma S. 7 B.-ach 

Crane George, wheelwright 14 Fair 

Crane George, carpenter 125 Plane 

Crane Jr. George, butcher 71 Market 

Crane Harriet, dresH maker 25 Commerce 

Crane Henry, clerk lo3 Market r. 131 Washington 

Crane Henry C carpenter 11 Ward 

Crane Isaac, mason 113 Union 

Crane Isaac W carriage manuf. inquire 277 High 

Crane Israel, farmer iOO Bloomfield avenue 

Crane James, lace weaver 20 Brown 

Crane .lames A. saddle tree liveier 13 Lawrence 

Crane Jane, widow of Jeremiah J 96 Washington 

Crane Job S. locksmith 6 Mechanic h26i) Plane 

Crane . widow of John 69 Bank 

Crane John, chair finisher 45 Kinney 
Crane John, mason 73 Piano 

Crane John C. harness cutter 325 Broad li. H9 Mulberry 
Crane Jonas S. 9 Cross 
Crane Joseph, shoemaker 694 Broad 
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98 pierson's 

Crane Josiah D. malleable iron 20 Franklin 

Crane Lemuel M. canun mnkor Mobile, Ala. 

Crane Leiinard, mason 47 Kinney 

Crane Lewis M. master mason 24 Warren 

Crane & Littell, master masons and builders 71 New 

Crane Mary, dress maker 78 Hatik 

Crane Mary, widow of Calvin S. 105 Orange 

Crane Mary, lailotess 68 Academy 

Crane Mary P. widow of Ezra D. 14 Fair 

Crane Mariha H 7 Beach 

Crane Matilda, widow of John C. 222 Broad 

Crane NeUemiah J cooper 52 Plane 

Crane Noah, boardinji house iJ37 Market 

Crane Oliver, mason 3 Vine 

Crane Osmond, mason 78 Hank 

Crane P. Miss, milliner 25 Commerce 

Crane Rebecca. 13 Kinney 

Crane Richard M. farmer Whr.atsheaf 

Crane Richard V. sash and blind manuf. 5S9 Broad 

Crane Samuel M. shoemaker l7 Kinney 

Crane Samuel O. carriaae bow mfr 5H Mech. h. 38 Fail 

Crane Samuel Piei-ce, Cahforwa W/ieatsheaf 

Crane Sarah, mantuamaker 52 Plane 

Crane Smith E. 79 Spring 

Crane Squire M bui'der rear h 20 Lafayette 

Crane Tlienm, builder 41 h. 55 Broad 

Crane Wickiiff W. patent leather 27a High 

Crane William, coach painter 22 Orchard 

Crane William, farmer Ehzabtthlown Road 

Crane William A. drug store l!J4 Brood h- 107 Orchard 

Crane William G. spice dealer 27!) High 

Crane William T. harness maker 1 19 Mulberry 

Crane Ursula, widow of Isaac 10 Kinney 

Crane Zenas C. tobacconist 1 17 Broad h. CaJdwell 

Crane Zophar B. coach smith 24 Cottage 

Crank James, rear 171 Broad 

Crapnell James, shoemaker Sussex ave. n. Chatham 

Crater John F. tailor 100 Mulberry 

Craven Fanny, widow of Nathan 127 W'alnut 

Craven .lohn J. 123 Pennington 

Craven Thomas, butcher 338 Mulberry 

Crawford Aaron, culler, 7 Mechanic h 6 Clay 

Crawford Alexander, segar m. inquire 08 Washington 

Crawford Benjamin B. coach trimmer 3 Comes 

Crawford, Brown & Saurbier, cutlers 7 Mechanic 

Crawford Charles '1\ tailor 15 Bank 

Crawford David B. c(>ach trimmer 20 Walnut 

Crawford James, stone cutter 31 Baldwin 

Crawford John, halter 23 Ailing 



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Crawford John. shopmaUor 244 Plane 

Crawford John G. cutler y« VVasliiDgton 

Crawford Margaret, widow of Edward G. 12 Comes 

Crawford Priscilla, inquire 98 Washington 

Crawl'ord Kobert, snddler l8^ Mulberry 

Creamer Willhm C lailor 320 Broad h. 12 Garden 

Cree Joseph, 354Bioad 

Cregier John A. butcher 392 Broad h. 214 South Broad 

Creliii Charles E 1C4 Chestnut 

Crelin Joseph PI. butcher 77 Pennington 

Cretin Warren, curriei ll9 Oliver 

Crelin William, currier 134 Chestnut 

Crick John, 91 Tichenor 

Crick Michael, tailor 2'j West 

Crilloy Aaron C sash and blind manuf. 3 Nichols 

Ctiiley A. C. & J. C. sash and blind mfr lOl R. R. ave. 

Crilley John C sash and blind mfr 101 R. R. avenue 

Crilley Phebe, widow of Stephen 13 Academy 

Crinian Peter, saddler 18 Oxford 

Criqui Joseph, saddler lOfi William 

Crocker Harriet, widow of Jo.seph, dressmaker 20 Walnut 

Crockett C P, oil silk 32 Mill h. North John 

Crockett Charles F 8 Nesbiit 

Crockett David B. japan leather h 8 Nesbitt 

Crockett Edward, 8 Nesbitt 

Crockett John R. oiled silk 32 Mill h. 36 Clay 

Crockett J. R & C. P. oiled silk and japaned muslin 33 

Mill c. -Krown 
Crockett Samuel, carpenter 512 High 
Crockett Tht^odore, tanner 90 Warren 
Cronaly T hos K. india rubber 104 Warren 
Crone Julius L turner 23 Quarry 
Croniman Henry, grocer 17 Plume 
Cronk Abraham, laborer 7 Harrison's court 
Cronk David, stove maker OS Washington 
Cronk Peter, shoemaker f'5 Plane 
Cronkwriglit Eunice, lailoress 127 Kinney 
Cross Geort;e. teacher 114 William 
Cross George. 45 Halsey 
Cross (Jeorge W. inquire 160 Hroad 
Cross Henry, block engraver 52 North Canal 
Cross John, 2S Columbia 
Cross John II. carpenter 113 Orchard 
Cross Mary, widow of Abraham 26 .Mulberry c. Park 
Crosslcy Charles, japanner ll5 Hroad 
Crossley Samuel, segar maimer 31 Halsey 
Cro.-sley Jr. .Samuel, tobacconist 20 Quarry 
Grossman Maria, widow of Abram 33 Bleeker 
Cruughin James, 42 Mulberry 



100 PIERSON'8 

Grouse Garret, carriage maker 71 Catharine 

Cro'.v,]er Charles, tailor 37 Noitli Canal 

Crowell Alexander, laborer Souili Market n. Congress 

Crowell Calvin, lumber, coal, &c. 1 Ogden 3d yard above 

Bridgo h 12 Bridge 
Crowell & Carll, Daily Kagle 2!)5 Broad c. Market 
Crowell & Chandler, dry goods 2.i'4 Broad 
Crowell Edward O. Daily Eagle 2'J5 Broad h. 27 Col'bia. 
Crowell Frances Miss, 51 Bank 
Crowell James, coal 4* wood dealer h. 20 Lombardy 
Crowell & Co. Jamea, wood, coal & lumber dealers 1 

Ogden 3d yard north of Bridge 
Crowell John M. stair builder 14 HiNey 

Crowell , widow of Nathan 590 Ferry 

Crowell Robert, Daily Engle 295 Broad h. H6i Wash'n. 
Crowell Stephen G. dry goods 281 Broad h. 9 Cedar 
Crowell Timothy B. ship carpenter 50 Commercial 
Crowell Wallace L, ship car. 65 Com'cial h 142 S Market 
Crowley Dennis, whitesmith 22 Pium 
Crowlin William, shoemaker 19 Rankin 
Crowiher George, laborer 22 Plume 
Crumley John, grocer 20S VVashington c. Pearl 
Cruel Adam, carpenter 11 West 
Cruse Matthew, laborer 41 Brown 
Cruse Robert, laborer I80 Court 
Cudjoe P^ilice, (colored) washing 39 Garden 
Cudjoe Levi, (coloed) laborer 39 Garden 
Cudjoe Venus, (col'd) 8 Prince 
Cullen Catharine, b Itiver 
Cullen John, butcher ii6 Warren 
Culien Michael, bootmaker 38 Congress 
Cullis Philipe, nurse 25 Mulberry 

CuMBERLANo WiLLiAM W. civil engineer and machinist 
office 1 New cor. Wall .Ndv York r. 5 Bleeker 
Cummerforth Bernard, laborer 13 Prince 
Cummerforih Jolm, l.iborer 13 Pririce 
Gumming Jacob, fruit &c. basement 208 Broad 
Cunuiiings Alexander, zinc mfr. foot East River 
Cummings Calhar'ne, 100 Halsey 
Cummings Estes, paper hangings 38 South Market h. 

25 Centre 
Cummings Matthias W. mason lG Plane 
Cummings Patrick, laborer hS5 South Market 
Cummings Prince, (col'd) 8 Prince 
Cummings VVilliam B. ISeio York h. l20 Union 
Cummings William T. moulder 20i Halsey 
Cunningham James saddler 2 Mulberry 
Cunningham John G. 21 Warren 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 101 

Cunninpliam Lawrence, shoemaker 20B| Washington 

Cunnii.^liairi Mary, widow of John 4 Madison 

Cutmiiighairi Mary, widow of John 102 Market 

Cunniii^;ham Patrick, grocer 163 Bank 

Cunningham Peter, laborer 10 I- reonian 

Cunniii^hani William G. jeweler 13 Oak 

Ciipps iSamuel, currier (ilJ Washington 

Cuquel James, tailor 105 William 

Curren John, halter 20 Augusta 

Currie John L. merchant lail.jr 298 h. 363 Broad 

Currier ^'yrus. machinist 2iJ0 Market h. 29 Lafayette 

Currier Krasius T. mach nist 67 Spring 

Cure John, saddler 124 Piano 

Curtis Amy, widow of Stephen 41 Ward 

Curtis Francis B tailor 10 Boudinot 

Curtis R S grocer 43 Commerce c. Mulberry 

Cussaic Thomas, jjardner 16si Broad 

Cusaic Robert, hatter 5i) Crane 

Cuihberison Lydia, widow of George 106 Orange 

Cutler David L. shoemaker 15a i Mulberry 

D. 

Dabbs Henry, tailor 15 New 

Daerr John P. wheelwright Walnut n. Adams 

Dahiiuger John M. nailer 113 William 

Dahmen Henry, book binder 45 Spring 

Daily Advertiser and Sentinel office 266 Broad 

Daily Ann, widow of John 53 Academy 

Daily Eagle, 295 Broad (up stairs) 

Daily John, blacksmith 139 Plane 

Daily John, tanner 29 Bridge 

Daily Mercury, 21*7 Broad (up stairs) 

Daily Patrick, 38 North Canal 

Daily Thomas, harness maker 31 Rector 

Daly Ann, widow of John 53 Academy 

Daly Hugh, boatman 177 Acaderuy 

Daly Hugh, laborer 191 Plane 

Daly Thomas, bar steam boat Passaic 48 Mulberry 

Dalrimple James, blacksmith 108 New 

Dalrimple Joseph, proprietor of Hamilton works 58 and 

62 Hamilton h. 21 Bruen 
Dalton Peter, harness maker 2 Rowen's court 
Damm William, blacksmith South Prosppct c. Chestnut 
Danback Thomas, laborer 8 Commercial 
Dancer John, naturalist 82 Plane 
Daniels^ Alfred li. 8 Ward 
Daniels James, coachmaker 15 South Canal 
Daniels John, machinist27 River 
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102 fierson's 

Daniels Williaqi, letter carrier 54 Walnut 

Dann Jnmes M. shneniiker 1!) Catharine 

Danz John G druogist 16 Spruce 

Darby Bernard, 344 Hroad 

Darcy Henry G. clothier 139 Market h. 10 Cedar 

Darcy JdIih S. m d. "iGl Hroad r. Park house 

Darling Isaac M. carpenter 53 Lafayette 

Darling Muses, bl-icksmiih 18 Cheriy 

Darrah Wiriam, fisherman 18[) South Market 

Daub Nicholas, shoemaker 27 William 

Daughaday Jimes, moulder 5(l7 Hi^h 

Daugaday John, hatter 10 C/oines 

Daus Adam, shoemaker rear l70 Broad 

Dauzenreih Henry, tailor 41 West 

Davenport George M. mason 38 State 

Davenport Jolm A. button maker 59 Liberly N.Y. 603 Bd 

Davenport Joseph, shoemaker 93 Catharine 

Davenport Lewis R. patent leather CaUfurnta 41 Orange 

Davell Dennis R currier inquire \2 Gaiden 

Davett Susan, widow of Dennis 12 Garden 

Davies John M. storks &c. 106 Wilham N. Y. h. 24 Front 

Davies Luke. Tfi Plane 

Davies Priscilia, 20 South Rridge 

Davis Aaron indiarubbtr 27-2 Plane 

Davis Albert J. machinist 151 F^lm 

Davis (Charles W. machinist .104 Orange 

Davis, Currier & Sandford, machinists 290 Market 

Davi.s Klizabeth, widow of Alexander H. l04 Orange 

Davis Kiizabelh, widow of Edward grocer 107 Washing'n 

Davis Hugh L. collar maker 54 Green 

Davis Hugh W. 15 Gro\e 

Davis Isaac, 121 Washington 

Davi> Jarrjes, shoemaker 330 Washington 

Davis John, laborer 41 Madison 
Davis John. ''oopprOS Lafayette 

Davis Rev John Kirbv- prin. Newark Academy 246 Bd 

Davis John P. grocer 24 Chestnut h. 50 Orchard 

Davis John P. carpenter vi6J Plane 

Davis Julia, widow of Cornelius 13 Warren 

Davis Julia. 105 Washington 

Davis Maria Jane, widow of Peter 48 Fair 

Davis Mark, pedier 17 iJoyden 

Davis Martha Ann, teacher l3 Warren 

Davis Mary, 52 IJroad 

Davis Mary, widow boarding house 124 Washington 

Davis Obadiah, edge tool maker 88 Congress 

Davis Robert 0. painter 4 Nichols Alley h. 258 Plane 

Davis Thomas, moulder 121 Lock 

Davis Thomas C dry goods 133 r. 47 Market 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 103 

Davis ^- Co. Thomas C. dry goods 133 Market 

Davis 'I'liornas H new and sec. hand furniture 130 Broad 

Davis William, edge tool maker 100 McWhorier 

Davis William, (cold) 26 Fair 

Davis W'iiliain L. pattern maker 92 Ferry 

Davis William W. tobacroi;ist 8l Stale 

Davison Frederick J. 1 Park ("hurch Plice 

Davison John R. dry good 45 Ctdar N. Y. r. 1 Pk Ch. Pi 

Davison John S Hour <tc. 74 Ceurtlandi N. Y. r. 1 Park 

Cliurcli Place 
Davy James, shoemaker rear 186 South IJroad 
Davy Joseph, harness maker 206 Market h, 1 16 Orchard 
D uves Francis H. clerk 2i8 Hroad h. 77 Commerce 
Dawes George M. flour & feed 157 Market h. 197 Wash. 
Dawes Samuel, 44 Columbia 
Dawes 'I'homas, trimmer 30 Chestnut 
Dawson ICphraiin, (coTd) rear 81 Catharine 
Dawson George, cabinet maker 22^ Church 
Dawson John, (ooKd) laborer 8 Commercial 
Dawson Thomas W. patent leather 35 Wilsey h.23 Smith 
Day Aaron, carpenter 144 Academy 
Day Aaron S. office 154.| Market h. 113 Mulberry 
Day Amos, express office 3i'2 Broad li. 32 Mechanic 
Day, Baldwin & Co. gang saw mill Pine Creek, Penn. 
Day Barnabas. Park House Orange, N. J. 
Day (yharles, coach painter 18 New 
Day Charles H. chair maker 50 Broad 
Day Charles T, 99 Market 
Day Jr. Charles T. UO Market 
Day David B. office ]54.i Market h. 30 Walnut 
Day D. B tSj- A. S. transportation line Newark and New 

York, office l54i Market 
Day Edward S. laborer 1-2-3 Baldwin 
Day Elihu, merchant 308 Broad h. 140 Washington 
Day Eliza J. widow of Dr. William W 453 Broad 
Day Elizabeth, widow of Jacob 5 North Canal 
Day George T. jeweler 27 Mechanic h. 38 Clintor 
Day Israel, trimmer 32 M. & E. Railroad avenue 
Day Israel L. dry goods Eust'm, Pcnn. 
Day James E. painter l22 East River 
Day Joseph, cooper 144 Academy 
Day Joseph, clerk 30 Walnut 
Day Joseph T. 46 Bleeker 
Day Julia, 500 Broad 
Day Martha, widow of Amos in country 
Day Martin B. carpenter 100 Summit 
Day Matthias W. cash. Mech. Bank 277 h. 275 Broad 
Day Nancy, tailoress l23 Plane 



104 fierson's 

Day Natlianiel B. Iiatler 30 Walnut 

Day Peier I) lumber mercliarit Morrislown 

Day Raclme!. widow ol Samufl 12 Clay 

Day SiKiiuul. slmffiinker 2 Willow 

Day Sarah, Miss 45)6 I'road 

Day Sf^uior 8. sh<.pniaker II Maiden Lane 

Day Su'i'lteti I). Presi ent Orange Bank Orange, N.J. 

Day TliiiMiaiJ. G.J ('ommerce 

Day Wiili.uri, Union lounship. N. J. 

Dayman Jortiruali. widow of Jediah 12 Kinney 

Dayton Levi. 2^4 Market 

Dealf Pliilli(>. cabinet maker 1 Washington Alley 

De Anf-'elis Gideon, cashier People's Bank N, Y. 

Dean Aaron, shoemaker 84 Plane 

Dean Cyrus» cooper 134 Bank c. Summit 

Dean I)a lid. I3l Academy c. Suiimit 

Dean Daniel A.baI.er llH IJroad c- New 

Dean George V. ailorriey and rouns. A^cio York 123 Broad 

Dean Hoiacc, carpenter 345 Washington 

Dean Isaac M. carpenler li New 

Dean John 15- carpenler 5 Warren 

Dean Morns, mason 5 Warren 

Dean Peter B rnason 4 Commerce 

Dean Sylvester, carpenter rear 20 Bleeker 

Deany Ann, widow of James 24 Searing 

Deany John, blacksmith 507 High 

Deany Patrick, rule maker 24 Nesbitt 

Deas Sarah, widow of William 14 Cherry 

Debond James, carman 112 New 

Debow John G. carpenter 48 Nesbitt 

De Camp Chilion F. 17 Liberty 

De Camp iMniel. carriage mfr. II Harrison h- 18 Bank 

De Camp 4 Simpson, self-acting churn mfr. c. McWborter 

and Hamilton 
De Camp Timothy, 13 Boyden 
De Camps Nicholas. 4 Montgomery c. Broom 
Decker Elizabeth, 1 88 Orange 
Decker Gabriel, carpenter 10 James 
Decker Henry R clerk 250 Broad 
Decker Jacob, blacksmith 16 Lombardy 
Deckert Anthony, butcher 114 Williara 
Decoster John, carpenter 47 Fair 
Deegan James, cooper 17 Congress 
Deer Jacob, tailor 24 Franklin Place 
Deery Stephen, tailor 6 Parker 
Dehart Barney, builder 30 Crane 
Dehart Charles A. grocer 249 Bioad h. 40 Smith 
Debart Stephen, California 3 Liberty 



NKWARK DIRECTORY. 105 

Dehart William, laborer Bleoker n. Summit 

Deibel Francis, brewer 2(i7 Market 

Dein William, shade painter Ifw Court 

Delahrche Peter, jeweler rear 8 (ireen 

Delano Jr. Jesse ai d MtlU-il^e, N. J 

Delano Sarati, widow of Michael 124 Springfield avenue 

Delany Patrick, laborer 7 Jackson 

Delany William, carman Buik c Wallace 

Demarest Ann M dress maker 64 Bleeker 

Demarest Daniel,- saddle tree 4 Div. Place h. 9 Mulberry 

Demarest Garret S. boardina l.onse 64 Bleeker 

Demarest Peter, mason l"<JO Orange 

Demarest Sarah, dress maker 64 Bleeker 

Demott Garret H. 16 Plane 

Demott Giles, annealer 2f» Division 

Demott Henry, tnason 55 VA'illiam 

Demott Isaac M. mason IG Plane 

Demott Lewis (coTd) laborer Plane o. Plum 

Demott Michael, carman 73 Lock 

Dempsey Matthew, laborer l48 Nesbitt 

Dempsey Patrick, laborer Hovt c. Nesbitt 

Dempsey Terrence. "baker o6 Quarry 

Dempsey Thomas, harness maker 61 Walnut 

Dempsey Thomas, shoemaker 28 East Kinney 

Dempsey Timothy, laborer 148 Nesbitt 

Dempsey Jr. Timothy, laborer 1-18 Nesbitt 

Demun Cyrus, (col'd) 89 Spmce 

Demun Elizabeth, (col'd) 2 Wilbur's alley 

Demun Richard, (colVI) 2 Wilbur's aJley 

Demun Thomas (col'd) coachman 36 Bloomfield avenue 

Demyer Alida, l82 Mulberry 

Demyer Hannah C tailoress 29 Cottage 

Demyer Mary, tailoress 09 Cottasje 

Demyer Stephen S. blind maker 25 Cottage 

Denbeigh Samuel, boatman 13 Ward 

Denham Matthew. 38 Lush 

Denicke Frederick, m. d. 44 Commerce 

Denman Aaron C. I03 Academy 

Denman Abraham, india ru')ber I nc Plane h. 1 Parkchh.pl 

Denman Abraham, hatter 42 Lock 

Denman C Ludlow, California 

Denman Etioch, news agent 43 Mechanic 

Denman Isaac, halter 26 Franklin 

Denman John C. :?S Kinney 

Denman John F. japanner7 Stephen's Court 

Denman Joseph, blacksmith 7!t Bank 

Denman Luiher, I03 Academy 

Denman William, cutler 33 Arch ^ 



106 pieksok's 

Uenman William H. shoemaker f> Pear alley 

Denmead Frederick, japanner 7 Stephens' court 

Dennis Altred L. book store 248 Broad 

Dennis & Brother A. L. stationers -248 Broail 

Dennis Calvin S. 12 Fullon, N Y. h. 35 Lafayette 

Dennis Charles A. saddler 273 Plane 

Dennis Eliza, widow of Josr '^73 Plane 

Dennis Hester, dress inalser 273 Plane 

Dennis John. R R. conductor I Bruen 

Dennis John C. india rubber Ncsbiit c. Plane 

Dennis Martin R. stationer 248 Broad h. 14 Park 

Dennis Sarah B. wiSow of Kzekiel 199 Plane 

Dennis William, merchant New York h. 106 Union 

Dennisson & Co. J. coppersmith and plumbers 20 Mech. 

Dennisson John N. coppersmith 20 Mech. h. 41 N. Canal 

Dennisson Joseph, '.) Pennsylvania avenue 

Dennisson Joseph, coppersmith rear 12 Fair 

Denniston Alexander A. saddle tree maker 57 Commerce 

Denniston Isaac, carman 37 Fair 

Denton Jo.seph B. hat finisher ^6f> Washington 

Denton Nathan F cutter 321 Broad h. 12 Pennington 

Denton Stephen, hatter 206 Washington 

Depeyster Mary (coTd) 8 Pearl 

Derebo Ludwi^, laborer 35 Grand 

Derham ICoward 0. baker 78 Nesbitt 

Dery Owen, laborer 8 South Canal 

Desch Charles, tailor 37- Longwoith 

Desch John, tailor 4 West 

Devausney John, oiled silk 5 Newark 

Devausney Thomas H. cnrriaae maker 51 Commerce 

Devoe Alfred, carman N Y. h. i4 Fair 

Devoe Fpederick, shoemaker r23 Summit c. Academj 

Devoe Hiram, paper carrier 20 Spring 

Devoe Joseph, shoemaker 82 New 

Devoe Peter, india rubber 21 ! Nesbitt 

Devoe Rifhard, harness maker 5 Cammack's Alley 

Devoe WjlliHm W. haiter 83 Plane 

Devore James L. shoe manufacturer 28 Nesbitl 

Dewey Thomas M shoemaker 57 Catharine 

Dewire Joru). curlier 180 Washincton 

Dewire Joltn. patent leather l80 Washington 

Dewire Julii M. wi('ow of John l83 Plane 

Dewire Michael, hatter l.'iO Washington 

Dewit ^\'i.li.^fn D. tavern 6't Lnrk 

Dey Lewis, bhicksmiili 20 Wil i im 

Dey & V.iri Ness, blacksmiths 20 William 

Dickersoii Alexander, iron manufacturer 107 Commerce 

Dickerson Jr. Ale.\ander, lace weaver 107 Commerce 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 107 

Dickerson Bailey, harness maker 426 Broad 

Dickerson Eunice, widow of iSteplien 248 High 

Diokerson Cyrus (col d) teamster 27 Market 

Dickerson Jan^es J. 62 Market r. 248 Hioli 

Dickerson James L. leather mcr. 62 Market h. 248 High 

Dickerson & Co. James L. leather mers. 62 Market 

Dickerson John N. cigar maker 1()7 Commerce 

Dickerson Josiali, tinman 5fi Green 

Dickerson Lewis, carman I East River 

Dickerson Margaret, dress maker .'39 Ferry 

Dickerson Silas, (coi'd) rear27!J Market 

Dickerson Stephen A. 62 Market r fi'J Commerce 

Dickinson ' har'es 13. clothier Mobil';, Ala. ■ 

Dickinson Charles I), britlania metal l3S State 

Dickinson Charles W. jeweler 175 Mulberry 

Dickinson David, tailor ^6 VVashingtori 

Dickinson Diadema. widow of \bner 17J Liberty 

Dickinson FredericTi. hailer 108 New 

Dickinson John M botanic I 17 Kinney 

Dickinson John B. jeweler 175 Mul'ierry 

Dickinson Orrin, Union house 124 Broad 

Dickinson Jr. Orria, 124 Broad 

Dickinson Pliileuion, 175 Muli)erry 

Dickinson Jr. Philemon, watch dials 26 Baldwin 

Dickinson Ralph (col'd) 131 Plane 

Dickinson Selclen, shoemaker 193 Plane 

Dickinson William P jeweler 28 Baldwin 

Dickson , (col'd) widow of Henry II Pearl 

Dickson James. Sa';an//a/i. Gen. 1 Washington Place* 

Dickson James, tailor 112 McVVhorter 

Dickson Jane, tailoress 229b Washington 

Dickson Martha, tailoress 229b VVasliington 

Dier Peter, candy shop 521 High 

Diethrich Mary Ann, widow ol Jacob 8 W^est 

Dietz Joseph, baker 9 Grand 

Dietz Phillip, spring makf r 8 Spring 

Dietz Snhaun, tanner l5 West 

Digrian Michael, laborer 18 Drift 

Dihht John, tailor U Upper Jefferson 

Diker Christian, tailor Court c Bellemont avenue 

Dillen John, machinist 547 Hiah 

DiUey Abraham S. oil pedler 30 North Prince 

Dillman Charles, machinist 158 Mulberry 

Dilye Anthony, brewer 13 Van Buren 

Dimock Kdwin W. brick maker New York 13 Pennington 

Dingee Amaziah, laborer 10 Christie 

Dingwell David, well digger 22 New 

Dingwell Jr. David, jeweler 22 New 



108 pikrson's 

Dingwell Isabella, widow of Samuel 32 Plane 

Disbrow Samuel W. cigiir maker 15 Hamilton 

Disch John, laborer Hi Court 

Dissing George, bra<s foundorrear 31 Garden 

Ditmars Abraham, carpenter 41 Ward 

Ditmars Frederick A. house <fe sign painter 50 Mechanic 

h. 3 Franklin Place 
Ditmars John, 41 \A'ard 
Ditmars & Son F. A painters, 50 Mechanic 
Divine Dominick, laborer 81 Clay c Ugden 
Divine James, lanner 53 Bmom 
Divine James, laborer '^30 Mulberry 
Divine John, tanner 53 Uroom 

Divine Terrence. glass culier Hedenberg's h. iHoyt 
Dixon Auguslua M. japanner 150 .*South Prospect 
Dixon Eleanor, widow ot James 3 (vedar 
Dobbins David N. mason 13() Lock 
Dobbins liev. J. B. pastor Union-.st. chh. b. 1 Lafayette 
Dockweiler Adam, 25 South (yanal 
Dod Abby, widow of Abner (5) Washington 
Dod & Co. transportaiioo lirif; Newark and N. York 
Dod Jacob S. currier i:7 Clinion 
Dod John G. machinist Inc. Plane h. 5 Blocker 
Dod & inslee, machinists Iriclined Plane 
^•■d Hoberl, transportation line Newark & N. Y. 47 Ferry 
Dod Stephen, surveyor 5 Bleeker 
Dod Susan, widow 6 South Market 
Dodd Abner, harness maker lil River h. 3 Oak 
Dodd Amzi, attorney at law -Jo) Broad r. 1 Park chh. Pi. 
Dodd Benjamin L. chair maker 1 Ball's Court 
Dodd Methuel, suspender nilr. New Ynrk 63 N. Broad 
Dodd Belhuel L meaical student 138 Marketh.l5 Frank- 
lin Place 
Dodd Jr. Daniel, att. at law, office 250 B'd h. I Park chh pi 
Dodd David C. patent leather 6l Bieeker 
Dodd Jr David C. jt^weler 35 Walnut r. 84 Commerce 
Dodd lOdwin, hat store and manufactory 352 Broad 
Dodd Eljza K. widow of Edward D. 13 Mulberry 
Dodd Tra, sup. Morris & Essex Railroad h. Bloomfield 
Dodd Isaac B. 49 Broad 

Dodd James C. clerk M. & R. R R Depot 84 Commerce 
Dodd Jared, watchman Concert Hall 60 Court 
Dodd Joel, mason 65 Orleans 
Dod I Joseph C. lime 2 Van Buren h. 21 E. River 
Dodd Matthias, saddle ar.d harness 5'J h. 49 Broad 
Dodd Monroe, A'tjo York N- Broad c. Bloomfield ave. 
Dodd Moses W. 36 Park Raw, N. Y. 17 Lombardy 
Dodd Samuel, engraver Bloomfield N. J. 



NJBWARK DIRECTORY. 109 

Dodd & Wakeman, suspender mfrs. 4 Dey, N. Y. 
Dodd Zebina, carman rear 39 Green 
Dodge Daniel D. clothier 90 Warren 
Doland Bridget, boarding hfiuse 2'J3 Market 
Doland Daniel, moulder 6 Halsey's court 
Dolbeer Isaac N. Ohio 38 Warren 
Dolbeer Phoebe, widow of John 3S Warren 
Donahue James, wheelwright i9 Scott 
Donahue James, carriage maker 131 Railroad avenue 
Donahue Jolin, wheelwright 19 Scott 
Donahue John, wheelwright 19 Scott 
Donahue John A. blacksmith 48 Spring 
Donahue Michael, hatter 625 Broad 
Donahue Michael, laborer 54 Broad 
Donahue Michael, blacksmith -18 Spring 
Donahue Peter, shoemaker 51 River 
Donahue William, laborer Newark c. Canal 
Donnldson Jesse R soda water mfr 364b Broad h. 27 Pearl 
Donaldson Lewis, currier 11 New 
Donaldson Jr. Robert, California 34 Hamilton 
Donigan Michael, grocer 247 Market 
Donington William H. clerk 250 r. 116 Broad 
Donnelly Abner J. jeweler 33 Orchard 
Donnelly Bernard, tinner 13 |>forth Canal 
Donnelly Bernard, laborer 53 North Broad 
Donnelly Jane, widow of John 104 Quarry 
Donnelly John, mason 101 Quarry 
Donnelly Joht:, mason 26 Quarry 
Donnelly Patrick, laborer 22 Congress 
Donnelly Patrick, laborer 13 North Canal 
Donnelly Patrick, laborer Chatham n. New- 
Donnelly Patrick, laborer 35 Ogden 
Donnelly Peter, shoemaker 53 Kiver 
Donnelly Tolias, patent leather 156 Lock 
Donnelson Richard A. JSew York 4 Washington Place 
Donner Frederick, boatman rear 93 South Canal 
Donnington JoVin W. saddler 10 Kinney 
Donovan Mary, widow of Jeremiah 8 Green 
Donsaise George J. barber 240 r. 170 firoad 
Dooley Jonn, laborer 22 Brown 
Dooley John, shoemaker 4 Quarry 

Doolittle , ElizabeUitown Road 

Doolittle Milton, 31 Centre 

Dooner Cathariiie, widow of James grocer 11 Catharine 
Dooner John, shoemaker 4S' Plane 
Dorance Edwin, jeweler 350 Broad 
Dorenius Abraham, mason 30 Orleans 
Doremus Catharine, widow of Peteir C. 31 Catharine 

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Doremus Charles, jeweler 276 Rail Road avenue 

Doremus Cornelius, coach painter 100 Warren 

Doremus David, 70 Halsey 

Doremus David B. shoemaker 39 Thomas 

Doremus Garret D. carpenter 22i Church 

Doremns George H. 8 Mulberry 

Doremus Guline, butcher 35 Division 

Doremus Coline, mason 7 Broad 

Doremus Henry, (coi'd) rear 8 Green 

Doremus Isaac A. turner 35 Ogden 

Doremus Jane, widow of Cornelius 242 Washington 

Doremus Jasper, carpenter 42 Arch 

Doremus John b-itcher ao South Prospect 

Doremus John, saddler 126 Washington 

Doremus John G. tanner 646 Higii 

Doremus John P. blacksmith 11 Harrison h. 11 Camfield 

Doremus Marcus, carpenter 101 Orange 

Doremus Michael C. jeweler 40 Columbia h. 167 Mulb'y 

Doremus Peter I. saddle tree maker 9 Division Place 

Doremus Peter M. carpenter 046 High 

Doremus Peter T. clerk 566 High c. Quarry 

Doremus Thomas, carpenter 646 High 

Dorflinger George, jeweler 168 Mulberry 

Dorl \ugusta, ornamental painter 8 McWhorter 

Dorsey John, (col'd) 28 River 

Doty James B. blacksmith 14B Academy 

Doty Lou D. painter 68 Orange 

Doty Malilon, coach painter 11 Harrison h. 81 Plane 

Doty Stephen H. varnish manufacturer 58 Orcha/d 

Dougherty Andrew, currier 183 Plane 

Dougherty Alexander N. m. d. 105jh. 105 Market 

Dougherty Anthony, currier 103 Washington 

Dougherty Bernard, grocer 59 Academy 

Dougherty Charles, morocco dresser 171 Washington 

Dougherty Charles, tobacconist 62 William 

Dougherty Daniel, hatter 82 Mulberry 

Dougherty Edward C. leather merchant 58 h. 57 Market 

Dougherty E. C. & H. F. leather merchaQls 58 Market 

Dougherty Ellen, widow of Dominick7 Grant's Alley 

Dougherry George, morocco dresser 64 h- 67 Market 

Dougherty George, sraar maker 54 William 

Dougherty Horace F. leather merchant 58 h. 57 Market 

Dougherty James, grocer 128 Market & 95 Broad 

Dougherty John, coach maker 55 Orchard 

Dougherty John, morocco dr. \(^3 Wash. 118 Jacob N. IT* 

Dougherty Mary Ann, widow of Thomas E. 35 New 

Dougherty Michael, moulder 18 Ailing 

Dougherty Michael, turner 132 Bank 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. Ill 

Dougherty Michael, founder 189 Plane 

Dougherty Sarah, widow of Alexander N. 57 Market 

Dougherty William, machinist "24 Lombardy 

Dougherty William, shoewauer 53 Crane 

Dougherty Wm- M. lamp maker 3-2!) Broad h. Charleston 

Doughertys & Young, morocco sto'e 64 Market 

Doughty Edward, surveyor 63 East River 

Doughty John C. switch tender 22 Boiidinot 

Doughty Mary, widow of John 35 Division 

Doughty Samuel, hatter 12 Warren 

Doughty Thomas, overseer railroad 22 Boudinot 

Douglass Alexander, coach lace weaver 90 Congress 

Douglass Bailey B. r. k. ticket office N. Y. 22 Lilierty 

Douglass Eliza A. wd. of Samuel fancy store 365 Broad 

Douglass Fanny, 122 Mulberry 

Douglass Frederick, hatter ll3 Mulberry 

Douglass Harriet, dress maker 113 Mulberry 

Douglass Harvey W. cabinet mfr. 119 Market h. 43 Cath. 

Douglass James, 185 South ^Market 

Douglass John, huckster 19 East River 

Douglass John N. ship carpenter 72 Walnut 

Douglass Marcus B. shoe mfr. 372 Broad h. 158 Plane 

Douglass Margaret, widow of Jacob L 113 Mulberry 

Douglass Martha N- 154* Plane 

Douglass Nathaniel L. Railroad conductor 64 Walnut 

Douglass & Post, carriage mfr. Hamilton c. McWhorter 

Douglass Samuel, grocer and coaj dealer 18 East River 

Douglass William, grocer 3!) Columbia 

Douglass William, carpenter 24 Orchard 

Douglass Wm B. cabinet mfr. 119 Market h. 234 Plane 

Douglass Jr. Wm. B. carriage mfr. c. Hamilton and 

McWhorter h. 25 Lafayette „ 
Douglass W. B. & H. W. cabinet mfrs. 119 Market 
Dowd Peter, tailor 4l Ferry c Union 
Dowden Charles, grocer 34'5» Broad 
Dowden Matthew, harness maker H9 Catharine ' 
Dower John, varnish maker rear 31 Garden 
Dower Richard, soda water 53 William 
Dowler Michael, laborer 5"^ Union 
Dowlin William, jeweler 32 Orchard 
Down Mary, tailoress 13'.) Plane 
Downer Aimer L California 
Downing James, laborer 8 Smith 
Downing Michael, sawyer 31 South Market 
Doyle James, 47 Monroe 
Doyle James, laborer 21 River 
Doyle Jr. James, shoemaker Ferry 
Doyle Jeremiah, hotel 1 Broad n. Stone Bridge 



112 pierson's 

Doyle Jeremiah, plater 25 South Canal 

Doyle Michael, ostler 306 Market 

Doyle MichapJ, shoemaker 642 High 

Doyle Phillip, laborer 88 Quarry 

Doyle Thomas, Passaic hotel 306 Market 

Doyle William, laborer 6 Vnn Buren 

Drake Brnjamin, machinist 83 Halsey 

Drake David 11. procer 5 Ferry 

Drake R. Miss 226 Broad 

Drake Ebenezer, grocer 132 Mulberry h. 38 Church 

Drake Elias J jeweler 48 Columbia 

Drake Elizabeth, widow of Lewis 59 Washington 

Drake Isaac, flour and feed 597 Broad c. Thomas 

Drake Jarob O. v. a. hotel Mo'-ristown 

Drake James, carpenter 16 Fair 

Drake John, jeweler 48 Columbia 

Drake John, coach and cab mfr. 229 Mulb'y b. 494 Broad 

Drake John C. clerk 290 r. 183 Broad 

Drake Martha, widow ofZephaniahS Penn. avenue 

Drake Mary, widow of George K. 10 Cedar 

Drake Nathaniel, 575 Broad 

Drake R. B. EPnrar maker 356 Broad 

Drake Reune F. blacksmith 391 Broad 

Drake Theodore, painter 89 Catharine 

Drake William H. book keeping 143 Market 

Dress Frederick, carriage maker 57 Walnut 

Drew Bridget, widow of ('harles 132 Lock 

Drew David, blacksmitli 32 Garden 

Drew Jacob M. teamster 6 Camfield 

Drey Henry, tailor 274 Bank 

Dreyer Joseph, carpenter 74 Court 

DriscoU Agnes, dress maker 2 Congress 

Driscoll Isaac B. builder 47 Adams 

DriscoU Patrick, 308 Broad h. 41 Catharine 

Drislane Michael, shoemaker 1^6 South Broad 

Droll Enoch, harness maker 17 Catharine 

Drowdfitter John, currier 119 Lock 

Druce Albert W. rule mfr. 33 River h 42 Clinton 

Druce Hephzibah, 40 Clinton 

Druce Lyman S. railroad agent 40 Clinton' 

Drum Daniel, tailor 6 Harrison 

Drummond Hannah, widcw of James 19 Orleans 

Drummond James, tailor 306 Market 

IVummond James, tailor 140 Market r- 366 Broad 

Drummond Matthew, edge tool 333 Broad li. 19 Orleans 

Drummond William H. tinner 65 h. 19 Market 

Drupe John, 108 Mill 

Dubois Capt. Milton, potter 75 Spring 



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NEWARK DIRECTORY. 118 

Duchworth George, designer Orleans n. Orange 
Durkett Caihirine, widow of William 46 Bleeker 
Duckett .Ir. William, carpenter 46 Bleeker 
Dudley Gilbert, constable 23 Liberty 
Dudley Gilbert Jr. Florida h. 23 Liberty 
Dudley William, shoemaker 25 Rankin 
Duer William, 11 Lawrence 
DufTJames C hatter 124 Academy 
Duffee (Charles, laborer 1S8 Bank • 
DuflTee James, 23 North Canal 
Duffee Michael J morocco dresser 29 Searing 
Duffee Patrick, laborer 24 Jack?on 
Duffin Nicholas, (col'd) neatsfoot oil First n. Railroad 
Dufford Clara, dressmaker 68 Bank 
Dufford Theodore, harness-maker 19 Fulton 
Dufford William, m. d- 68 Bank 
Dulea Caleb M. saw filer 29 New h. 29 Halsey 
Dulea Mary, widow of Ephraim 229 Washington 
Dulea William, plater llB Plane 
Dumbrack Frederick, fireman 60 South Market 
Dumbrack James, tanner 10 Shipman 
Dumont Samuel, (col'd) coachman 21 Halsey 
Dumont Tliomas, (col'd) coachman 38 Bloomfield avenue 
Dunbar Amos B. straw hat manufacturer 1S6 Broad 
Dunbrack John, mason ll Ridge 
Duncan William, comb maker 242 Market 
Duncomb Czar T. marble cutter 150 h 233 Market 
Dunfrey Michael, tanner 29 Bridge 
Dunham Ambrose, tailor 45 Orchard 

Dunham Anson, exchange 200 Broad h. HO Washington 
Dunham Asa W. W- 2 North Canal c. Pine 
Dunham David S. carpenter 18 Bruen 
Dunham Elijah, tailor 309 Broad h, ll Academy 
Dunham Humphrey B. india rubber 7 E.Fair h. 13 Garden 
Dunham John, carpenter I5 Franklin place 
Dunham Runion, tailor 6 Elm 
Dun'iJifn Samuel, tailor 28 Lawrence 
Dunham Simeon H. india rubber 100 Commerce 
Dunican Michael, coach body maker 47 Lafayette 
Dunican Thomas, coach body maker 47 Lafayette 
Dunigan Christopher, watchman 9 East Mechanic 
Dunlap Catharine, widow of Bobert 179 Railroad avenue 
Dunlap James P. marble cutter 18 Mechanic h. 17 Hamil'n 
Dunn Asa R. blacksmith, 121 Broad 
Dunn & Campbell, clothiers 320 Broad 
Dunn Christian, blacksmith 6 Park 
Dunn David D. carpenter 111 Plane 
Dunn D. D. & M. builders 105 and 111 Plane 
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114 pierson's 

Dunn Edward, livery stable 9 William h. 7 Fair 

Dunn Eliza, widow of Lewis 16 Oak 

Dunn Ellis, city surveyor 16 Oau c. Columbia 

Dunn Enoch L saddler 10 Front 

Dunn George, railing and dash 51 Mechanic h. 14 S. Canal 

Dunn Jane, 10 Front 

Dunn John, laborer 8 Mulberry 

Dunn Lewis T. trunk njakcr 1-21 Broad 

Dunn Micajah. carpenter lo5 Plane 

Dunn Robert F carman 35 Columbia 

Dunn Samuel C. mer. tailor 320 Broad h. 25 Market 

Dunn & Thompson, surveyors 16 Oak 

Dunn William, tanner 181 Plane 

Dunn William J. carriage trimmer 35 Columbia 

Dunnell Aaron H. confectionary 271 Broad (basement) h. 

24 South Canal 
Dunnigan Patrick, currier 24 Lombardy 
Dunning Archibald, lace weaver 88 Hank 
Durand & Annin, watch case mfrs. 36 Walnut 
Durand Bryant, plater 136 Kinney 
Durand Cyrus, broker Neto York h. 14 Fulton 
Durand Eliaa W. artist 161 Mulberry 
Durand George, engraver 35 Camp 

Durand James M. watch case mfr. 36 Walnut h. 456 Broad 
Durand & Mandeville, jewelers 36 Walnut 
Durand William M. watch case maker 29 Cottage 
E^irang Peter, gardener 148 Thomas n. Goble 
Durant John, jeweler 17 Green 

Durbridge John, hatter 47 Harrison 

Durbridge Mary, widow of Joseph 18 Camfield 

Durbidge William, hatter IBCamfieH 

Durie James, butcher 37 Walnut h. 312 Mulberry 

Durisch Henry, jeweler 28 William 

Durning Charles, carpet weaver 393 Broad 

Durning Daniel, painter 3l Hedges' alley 

Durning Hugh, laborer 35 Lawrence 

Darning John, printer 3()3 Broad 

Durning John, carman Ogden n Orange 

Dun.ing John, boatman 56 Plane 

Durning Mary Ann, tailorfss 47 Lafayette 

Durning Patrick, saddler 96 Halsev 

Durning Patrick, harness maker 9 Pierson's Alley 

Durning Patrick, laborer 35 Lawrence 

Durphrey Matthew, shoemaker 13 Kinney 

Durr William, japanner New c. Searing 

Duryee Amanda, widow of Jacob 38 Washington 

Dqryee Henry W. hatter 38 Washington 

Duryee Joseph W. 270 Broad h. Belleville 



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Doryee Peter S. hat manuf. 2 Beaver H. 10 Park Place 

Dusel Thomas, tailor 38 Prince 

Dusenbach John, tailor 30 McWhorter 

Dusenberry Mary, widow of Peter 9 Fair 

Dusenberry Townsend, saduler 57 Orchard 

Dussler Marquis, jeweler 61 Court 

Dulcher Charles B markeiinan 4 Warren 

Dutcher Eliza, widow of David seamstress 4 Warren 

Dutton Charles T. merchant tailor Petersburgh, Va. 

Dutton George, ship carpenter Newark n. Bank 

Duvall Thomas J- constable 115 Union 

D wight George, jeweler California 

Dyer William, tanner 39 North Broad 

Dygan Catharine, widow of Patrick 112 Oranga 

Dykes Mary, widow Orange above the canal 

Dykes William, Orange above the canal 

Dynes Richard, tailor 57 Plane 

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Eadie John, seed store 14 1 Market h. 7S Mulberry 

Eagle Office, '2i)5 Broad c. Market 

Eagles Alexander, mer. tailor 90 Broad h. 103 Orange. 

Eagles Sf Co. Alexan Jer, merchant tailor 90 Broad 

Eagles Alfred, coach lamp 16 Mechanic h. 100 Mulberry 

Eagles <^ Elslon, car and wagon manuf 82 and 84 Orange 

Eagles Israel C. car maker S4 h. 89 Orange 

Eagles & Lockwood, coach lamp manufrs. 16 Mechanic 

Eagles Miriam P. milliner 230i Broad 

Eagles Rachael, 103 Orange 

Eagles Thomas, japanner 101 Orange 

Eagles William C carpenter California SSOj Broad' 

E.iley John, malleable iron 306 Market 

Earl Alexis, sash and blind maktr 85 Mulberry 

Earl , widow of Caleb 157 Elizabethtown Road 

Earl Charlotte, nurse 1 Garrabrant's Court 
Eirl Clarissa, nurse 18 Church 

Earl , widow of David 192 Elizabethtown Road 

Earl Edward, butcher I Centre Market h. E. town Road 

Earl Edward, 1 Garrabranis Court 

Earl F^lihu B. builder 191 Railroad avenue h. 10 Garden 

Earl Ezekiel Al. merchant San Francisco t. 382 Broad 

Earl James R. ship carpenter 28 Ferry 

Earl John, japanner 77 Pennington 

Earl John, saddler 32 Green 

Earl Jjhn N. hatter 4 Elm 

Earl John N. machinist 9 Boydon 

Earl Lewis, farmer Elizabethtown Road 

Earl Mary, widow of Robert 28 Ferry 



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116 PIERSON'S 

Earl Phebe, widow of Phillip 77 Pennington 

Eail Samuel, shoemaker 2 Harrison's Court 

Earl William, 46 Bjoomfield avenue 

Earl William H. farmer 709 Broad 

Earl Jr. William H. ice dealer 54 EUzabelhtown Road 

Eastman George, machinist 5fiO Ferry 

Eastman George, blacksmith 33 Lawrence 

Eastman William P. hosiery mfr. 38 S. Market h 366 Broad 

Eaton Benjamin F plater 94 Mulberry 

Eben William, shoemaker 96 FennirTgton 

Ebenhard Ulrich, carriage maker rear 12 Fair 

Eberle William, saddler 4 Lum's Court 

Ebs Michanl, tailor 1 1 3 Sprin^field ave. 

Eckardt Andrew, mason 47 Jones 

Eckardt William, turner 606 High 

Eckert Valentine, jeweler I Garden c. Mulberry 

Eckner Andrew, harness maker 22 Halsey 

Eddy Kev. Ansel D d. d pastor Park Church h. 10 Park 

Church Place 
rddy Frederick, tinman 4 McWhorter Place 
Edes Orlando, carpenter 27 Bank h. Lodi 
Edes & Roll, builders, 27 Bank 
Edgar Archibald, mason 56 New 
Edgar James, shoemaker 58 Union 

Edgecombe Sarah Jane, widow of Jas. C. 12 N. Prospeo.t 
Edler Charles, m. d editor Newark Gazette 334 Broad 
Edwards Aaron, jeweler 22 Liberty 
Edwards Albert, carpenter 37 Bank 
Edwards Alfred E. plating 48 Mechanic h. 10 Franklin pi. 
Edwards Cyrus, railing and hame maker 39 Railroad ave. 
Edwards Dennis P. shoemaker 88 Catharine 
Edwards & Frazee, platers 48 Mechanic 
Edwards John, patent leather 88 Catharine 
Edwards John C. grocer 50 Kinney 
Edwards Joshua, blacksmith 124 Broad 
Edwards Lemuel, shoemaker 6 Camfield ' 
Edwards Lewis, shoemaker Orleans n. Orange 
Edwards Mary A. 16 Green 

Edwards Reuben B. coach maker Ogden n. old bridge 
Edwards Jr. Reuben B. carpenter Orleans n- Orange 
Edwards Sarah, widow of Daniel 16 Green 
Edwards &Smith, painteis 81 Mulberry 
Edwards Theodore, painter 16 Green 
Edyson George, shoemaker 89 Plane 
Eg Titus, mason 112 Mulberry 
Egan A. cloth cutter rear 4 New 
Egbert Alfred, baker Boyden c. State 
Egbert Charles, carpenter 199 Railroad ave. 



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Egbert Henry F. harness maker 47 Orchard 

Egbert Isaac W. machinist 172 Mulberry 

Egbert Moses, shoemaker 43 Boyden 

Egbert Sarah, widow of Enos rear 68 Kinney 

Egbert WiUiam, coach maker 76 Union 

Eggert George, saddler 32 Norih Canal 

Ehinger Peter, carpenter 150 Elm 

Ehlers P. 53 Mulberry 

Ehman Joseph, jeweler 7 Kinney 

Eibert Henry, shoemaker 17 Boyden 

Eichoff William, tailor 9 Cemre 

Eils Henry, crockery store 136 Broad 

Eisenmam George 33 Lawrence 

Elcox John, shoemaker lf)3 Commerce 

Eldard James, shingle shaver 11 South Essex 

Eldard William, shingle shaver 2') Jefferson 

Ell Henry, (col'd) helper rear 128 Market 

Ell Thomas, (col'd) laborer 89 Baldwin 

Eldridge Horace N. laundry 17 Warren 

Ellenberger Jacob, tailor 10 Longworlh 

Ellin John, S2 Bank 

Elligot John, shoemaker 191 Bank 

Elliot Thomas, engineer 1 Comes 

Elliott Daniel, grocer 39* Mulberry 

Elliott James, m. d. 24 New 

Ellis Jefferson, (col'd) barber 291 Broad h. 61 Mulberry 

Ellis John L. housesmith 15 Cedar 

Ellis Robert H. currier 3 South Essex 

Ellis Volney A. glazier enquire 26 William 

Ellsessor George, jeweler 06 Court 

Ellsessor John W. carpenter 35 Grand 

Elsden Benjamin, builder rear ^Oh. 51 Lafayette 

Elsey Elizabeth, widow of John 3H2 Railroad avenue 

Elston Freeman, captain marines Middleville, N. J. 

Elston Jonathan, spring maker 82 h. 165 Orange 

Elston William Henry, wagon maker 18 Chestnut 

Elverson Edward, fruit st')re ."^oi) Broad 

Elverson Mrs. E. fancy store 339 Broad 

Elverson George, hatter 194 Market h. 54 Green 

Elverson Jabez, hat manufacturer 194 h. 184 Market 

Elverson & Co. Jabez, hat manuf 194 Market c. Mulberry 

Elverson Joseph, hatter 16 Shipman 

Ely Abijah P. grocer 2^6 Market h. 47 Mechanic 

Ely Edwards, grocer 23fi Market h.47 Mechanic 

Ely Elizabeth, widow of Calvin 83 Mulberry 

Ely & Co. E. &. W. B. grocers 236 Market' 

Ely Emma, widow of Abraham H. 24 Franklin 

Ely Joseph, 85 Plane 



118 pierson's 

Ely Joseph W. blacksmith 84 Ferry 

Ely Matthew, iron railing 73 h. 09i Mulberry 

Ely Moses, coach maker 24 Franklin 

Ely William B. grocer 236 Market h. 47 Mechanic 

Elyea Jacob T/blacksmiih California 8 Camfield 

Elyea Oliver, painter 10 Plum 

Emanuel Jonathan, Kobile, Ala. 382 Broad 

Emerson John, trunk maker 12 Garden 

Emerson Lewis, 5 Pennsylvania avenne 

Emerson Samuel G. shoemaker 14j h. 13 Kinney 

Emery & Drake, grocers 5 Ferry 

Emery William S, grocer 5 Ferry h. 19 South Market 

Ernes Silas G. saw filer and wheelwright 12 Church 

Emmerson Richard R. farmer 232 South Broad 

Emmell George A law student 281 r; 3b2 Broad 

Emon John, currier 42 Catherine 

Emrich Peter, beer shop 21 William 

Emrie James S. California 17 Liberty 

Enders William B coach trimmer 185 Washington 

Engel Jacob, 39 South Canal 

Engelbrecht John D 26 Orchard 

Engerker Francis, cabinet maker 12 Scott 

English Andrew, teamster 19 Jefferson 

English Ellen, widow 269 Market 

English John, tin manuf. 145 Market h. 142 Commerce 

Eiiglish Joseph, cutler rear 316 Broad h. 22 South Essex 

English Mary, widow of Daniel S. 24 S. Essex 

Ennis Jacob, classical teacher 366 Broad 

Ennis Joseph, (col'd) 87 Baldwin 

Ennis Richard, shoemaker 106 South 

Ennis Steven, book keeper 17 Green 

Ensley Rebecca, widow of John 56 Quarry 

Erb Christian, hair curler 92 Clay n. the River 

Erb Michael, coach lace 37 h. 36 River 

Erpenstien John, tailor 25 Grand 

Erwin James, gas 63 Enst River 

Erst Richard, halter 9 Green 

Esch Anthony, blacksmith 131 Plane 

Esch Jacob, french shoe mfr 390 Broad h. 46 Catharine 

Esler Abraham, carpenter 124 Lock 

Esman John, laborer 2 Brant's Court 

Essex Henry, needle manuf 48 Quarry 

Essig John, grinder 4 Lum's Court 

Estabro'^'k 1 homas, machinist 15 Lawrence 

Estabrook Wm machinist Phoenix works 15 Lawrence 

Ester John, jeweler 325 Washington 

Eston Sarah E- 56 Walnut 

Eugert John, japanner 46 Mulberry 




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Evans Abel, 13 Bank 

Evans Erastus, hatter 42 Catharine 

Evans Henry, Lodi over the river 

Evans Henry, jeweler 2'i9 Broad h. 89 Mulberry 

Evans John, 133 Academy 

Evans Keziah, widow of Robert 39 Orchard 

Evans Martha, (col'd) 81 Catharine 

Evans Robert, boot fitter 39 Orchard 

Evarts Hervey, house and sign painter 94 Bank 

Eveland Josiah, blaclismith24 Columbia 

Eveland Nejson, segar maker 26 Hamilton 

Eveland Samuel, carriage maker 37 Lawrence 

Eveland William, saddler 4 Nichol's Court 

Everson John, oyster house 40 Point Lane 

Everson Jr. John, blacksmith, 22 BrI h. 2 Quarry 

Evers Mary, widow of Patrick 38 Bloomfield avenue 

Evert Conrad, wheelwright 27 Broad 

Evert John D. harness maker 28 Baldwin 

Ewens , express 295 Broad 

Exall Alfred, tin manuf. 148 Market h. 23 Boudlnot 
Eyrich Christopher, m. d. 2 William 

F. 

Faa John, shoemaker 19 Sheffield 

Facher John, tailor 92 Orange avenue 

Fagan Michael, laborer 4 Columbia 

Fagan Patrick, waiter 356 Broad 

Failer Frederick, filer 12-2 Orange 

Failer George, laborer 152 Quarry 

Fairchild Uavid D. tinner 34 Commerce 

Fairchild Eliza, widow of Joseph 34 Commerce 

Fairchild Jonathan, mason 99 Catharine 

Fairchild Kev. Elias R. d.d 12 New 

Fairchild Silas H. shoemaker 261 Plane 

Fairchild William, hatter 271 Broad 

Faitoute Caroline, milliner dress maker 4 James 

Faitoute F'dward G. coal and wood merchant I Cross 

Faitoute Henry, butcher 77j Broad h. 72 Orange 

Faitoute John, currier 37 Market 

Faitoute Phebe, widow of Moses 51 Broad 

Faitoute Phebe E. tailoress 4 James 

Faitoute <fe Stoudinger, coal & wood mers. foot of Dir. 

Faitoute vVilljam iS. 106 River h. 25 Washington 

Falck Ailolphus R. E. patent leather 84 Ferry 

Falk Joseph, tailor rear 26 Green 

Falkin Patrick, laborer 28 Lush 

Falkner Francis, machinist 8 McWhorter 

Fallon Christopher, varnisher 18 Newark 



120 piersok's 

Fallon Edward, cabinet maker Kinney c. S. Prospect 

Fallon Godfrey, carriage maker 10 McWhorter 

Fallon John, 10 McWhorter 

Fallon William, 52 Innesa 

Famm Martin, tailor Grand 

Fannin Peter, 47 Bruen 

Fanning Thomas, brass turner 25 South Canal 

Farley Bryant, laborer Warren n. Bank 

Farley George, carpenter 14 Union 

Farley James, tailor 19 River 

Farley John, laborer Warren n. Bank 

Farley Luke, laborer 3 Rowen's Court 

Farley Michael, laborer 123 Pennington n. Hermon 

Farley Michael, blacksmith 13 New York 

Farley Peter, laborer 33 Van Buren 

Farley Phillip, laborer 10 Van Buren 

Farmer Edgar, trunkmaker 105 River h. 8 Clinton 

Farmer Thomas, trunkmaker 105 River h. S Clinton 

Farmer Samuel, saddle tree maker 28 South Canal 

Farnsworth Rev. J. H. pas. 2d Universalist Ctiurch h. 

45 Bank 
Farrall Andrew, laborer 220 Bank 
Parrall Christopher, tailor 3 New 
Farrall James, laboter 15 Church 
Farrall Michael, grocer 95 Luck c. New 
Farrall Phillip, hatter 15 Church 
Farrand Moses A. vinegar dealer 686 Broad 
Farrand Samuel E. carriage dealer Lexington Kentucky 

h. Bloomfield, .V. J. 
Farrell Thomas, laborer 29 Fair 
Farrer William, hatter inquire 19 Warren 
Farrington A. C. civil and mining engineer 27 Smith 
Farrow John, trunkmaker 193 Plane 
Farrow William, hatter 40 Jefferson 
Fas Charles, jeweler 37 Chestnut 
Faulhahber Andrew, saddler 48 Bank 
Faulks Elizabeth, widow of William 9 Lawrence 
Favor James, moulder 128 Bank 
Favor John, 128 Bank 

Fay George H. watch maker 268 Broad r. City Hotel 
Fay John, skinner 174 Plane 
Fearey Isaac, shoemaker 21 New 
Feeney Juhn, laborer 162 Lock 
Feigl Henry, professor music 271 Broad 
Felber Conrad, tanner 8 Spring 
Fell Michael, 39 Durand 
Felsburg David, shoemaker 16 West 
Femister Daniel, shoemaker 20 Lafayette 



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Penton John H. hatter 14 South Canal 

Ferdinand Francois, jeweler 356 Broad 

Fereira Joaquim, boot filler 195 Plane 

Feit John, laborer 33 Grand 

Ferris Charles T, patent leather 31 Plane 

Ferris Ezekiel A. mason 6!)4 Broad 

Ferris Ezra, silver plater 109 Orchard 

Ferris John W. hatter 30 Church 

Festher Phillip, gardner Great Swamp road 

Fetzer, Schropt &.Co. segar fact and importers of French 

patent leather 339i Broad 
Few Eliza, widow of Newland 107 South Canal 
Fezler Stephen M. carpenter 231 Washington 
Fichter John, saddler 25 Congress 
Fidler Thomas, fruit and confec. 5 tavern? Commerce 
Field James VV. clerk 276 r. 382 Broad 
Field Moses, jeweler 69 River h. 9l Halsey 
Field & Keep, jewelers (59 River 
Field Oliver, jeweler 69 River h. 233 Market 
Fielding Henry, locksmith 22 Mechanic h. 26 Green 
Fielding Martha, widow of Henry, Detroit 26 Green 
Fields James, (col'd) 23 Bank 
Fields Samuel, (col'd) 28 Ciane 
Fields Susan, (col'd) 1 dane's Basin 
Fikes Michael, tailor 170 Court 
Fillabough John, mason 149 Warren 
Fincantz Charles, cooper 2l Green 
Finder Frederick, wheelwright 6 Nichols' Court 
Findlay James, hat presser 276 Broad 
Findlay .Mrs. James, straw hat maker 276 Broad 
Fine John, 243 Market 

Finegan Ann, widow of Phillip grocer 275 Market 
Finegan Michael, carpenter 12 Ailing 
Finegan James, well digger Newark n. Canal 
Finegan Peter, wheelwright 12 Ailing 
Finegan Thomas, blacksmiih 2 Golden 
Finn Anthony, tailor 14 Broom 
Finn William, plater 59 Commerce 
Finter Frederick, carriage trimmer 95 East Green 
Finton Edwin O. undertaker 195 Mulberry 
Fischer Jacob, boatman 502 Market 
Fish Charles F. homeopathy 99| Market h. 29 Arch 
Fischer John, jeweler 4 Nichols' Court 
Fish Rev. Henry C Pas. 1st Bap. tJlih. 16 Columbia 
Fisher Augustus, brewer 26 Lumber 
Fisher Frederick, lace weaver 85 Quarry 
Fisher James S. grocer 295 Market 
Fisher Jeremiah, (col'd) (basement) 16 South Bridge 

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122 pierson's 

Fisher Joseph, brewer 26 Lumber 

Fisher Osoar, classical school 246 Broad 

Fisher Phillip, gardner 86 Hamburg Place 

Fisher Richard A. W. harness maker lOl Walnut 

Fitch A. I. lumber merchant 12 Cedar 

Fitch lames, laborer 5*2 Adams 

Fitchler John, saddler 25 Congress 

Fithian Phebe, widow 24 Marshall 

Filhian William H. shoemaker 24 Marshall 

Fitzgerald Edward, laborer 6 Madison 

Fitzgerald David M. varnish maker 237 h. 153 Mulberry 

Fitzgerald Harriet J. teacher 185 Mulberry 

Fitzgerald Honora, widow of Edward 175 Plane 

Fitzgerald James, machinist 114 Plane 

Fitzgerald John D. halter 185 Mulberry 

Fitzgerald Joshua, 8 Boudinot 

Fitzgerald Michael, 175 Plane 

Fitzgerald Kichard, machinist 5 Arch 

Fitzharis Maria, widow of John 220 Washington 

Fitzpatrick Florence, moulder rear 80 Orange 

Fitzpatrick George, harness maker Nichols' Cuurt 

Fitzpatrick James, laborer 59 River 

Fitzpatrick Owen, laborer 66 Adams 

Fitzzimraons , shoemaker 3 Catharine 

Fitzzimmons Felix, patent leather c Hudson & Warrea 

Fizzimmons Joseph, tool maker 20 Drift 

Fitzzimmons Patrick, laborer 7 Durand 

Fitzzimmons Walter, laborer 5R Monroe 

Flannigan Anthony, boatman 198 Bank 

Flannigan George, japanner 45 Newark 

Flannigan John, shoemaker 18 Kinney 

Flannigan Mary, widow of Patrick 104 Quarry 

Flannigan Michael, tailor 118 Baldwin 

Flannigan Patrick, hatter 85 Plane 

Flannigan Patrick, whetlwright 90 River 

Flavel Abraham, baker 6 Commerce 

Fleming George W. clerk R. M. Grumraons rear 325 Bd. 

Fleming Hans, beer maker 59 Monroe 

Fleming James, tailor 133 Academy 

Fleming John, laborer Bowery c. Oxford 

Fleming Michael, hatter 191 Bank 

Fleming Thomas, laborer 52 Grand 

Fletcher Thomas, chaser & repairer 23 Ward 

Flinn liawrence, laboaer 61 Monroe 

Flintoff 4" Haines, type metal manufs. foot Clay 

FlintofT John, smelter foot Clay h. Ogden n- Clay 

Flood Andrew, grocer 58 Mulberry 

Flood Edward, grocer 92 Congress 



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Flood Michael, laborer rear 127 Nesbitt 
Flood Owen, laborer rear 127 Nesbitt 
Flood Stephen, hatter 8 Sheffield 
Floody Charles, hatter 59 Ferry 
Fluke Sarah, widow 3!) Lawrence 
Flyn Peter, grocer 192 Plane 
Foden David, gardner 204 Hamburg Place 
Foh Nestor, hair factory 16 Drift 
Fobs Andrew, filer 21 Prince 
Fobs Andrew, filer 112 SVilliatn 
Fobs Herman, lace weaver 81 Walnut 
Foley Adeline, vest maker 262 Washington 
Foley John, laborer 14 Ferry 
Folk Leonard, 39 Broom 
Folk Lewis, coach maker 101 Catharine 
Folk Peter, scourer 51 Oeden 

Foltz John, India rubber 64 Mill ^ 

Forbes Alexander, moulder 103 McWhorter 
Force Albert, shoemaker 266 Washington 
Force Andrew, silver plater 2o New 
Force Francis B, hatter Buffalo 82 Academy 
Force Gilbert M. tobacco cutter 22 Fair 
Force Hannah, nursa 82 Academy 
Force Henry K. saJdler 70 Kinney 
Force John C. shoemaker 33 Camp 
Force John R. coach painter 20 Cottage 
Force Lydia Ann, widow of Charles l6 Thomas 
Force Mary J. widow of Jehiel 82 Academy 
Force Mary M. dress maker 82 Academy 
Force William, mason 27 Scriber's Lane 
Force William C shoemaker 84 Kinney 
Ford Charles, druggist IS Lombardy 
Ford John, laborer 12 Colden 
Ford John, 13 Lombardy 
Ford Mahlon, harness maker ?8 Hamilton 
Ford Mahlon, blacksmith I East River 
Ford Marcus, in country 
Ford Michael, laborer 5 Beaver 
Ford Michael, laborer 32 South Bridge 
Ford Phineas M. California 18 Lombardy 
Ford Silas, union coal yard 59 River h. 454 Broad 
Ford Stephen, butcher 376 Broad 
'Ford Walter, 3 Beaver 

Ford William O. justice peace depot h. 13 Ferry 
Ford William W. grocer 147 & 149 Broad h. 18 Lombardy 
Fordham Eliza, widow of Stephen F. 56 Green 
Forsyth George, laborer c Hermon and Thomas 
Foster Aaron, halter 65 Bank 
Booster Ammi R. farmer EHzabethtown Road 



124 pierson's 

Foster Amos, lace weaver 154 Nesbitt 
Foster Archibald H hat finisher 77 Walnut 
Foster Catharine, widow of Janies 51 Broad 
Foster & Eldridge, Newark and New York Express 
Foster George, shoemaker 9 Rast Mechanic 
Foster George, confectioner 74 Broad 
Foster Hannah, widow of Jacob 22 Bank 
Foster Home. 270 North Broad 
Foster Isaac, cabinet maker 19 Spring 
Foster Jacob, shoemaker 22 Hank 
Foster James, 97 Commerce 
Foster Job, coach painter 22 Orchard 
Foster John, tailor 8 West 
Foster John L mason 160 Nesbitt 
Foster Richard, shoemaker 21 Rankin 
Foster Stephen, 161 Mulberry 
Foster Stejihen W. California 161 Mulberry 
Foster William, carpenter 13 Boyden 
Foster William, powder flask maker 85 Ridge 
Fountain John, farmer South Orange av. above Wallace 
Fountain Mary, widow of Abraham 33 Ward 
Foultz Charles A. machinist 74 Slate 
Fowle Edwin, jeweler 76 Union 
Fowler Catharine; widow cif Charles 22 Baldwin 
Fowler Charles R. 22 Baldwin 
Fowler James F. dentist 5 Cedar 

Fowler Mary, wid of Abraham S. boarding h. 37 Market 
Fowler Phebe, widow of George 37 Market 
Fowler Sarah, widow of James 45 Lawrence 
Fox Anthony, box maker 3 William 
Fox Anthony, gardener 307 Washington 
Fox Charles J. tinman Califorma 366 Broad 
Fox Francis A. Conneclicut 307 Washington 
Fox George C. carriage maker 83 Plane 
• Fox Michael, laborer rear 48 North Broad 
Fox Michael, laborers Boyden 
Fox Peter, laborer 40 South Canal 
Fox Veder, boatman 29 Ogden n. Division 
Foxcroft James, farmer 30fi Bank c. Wallace 
Foy Michael, blacksmitii 209 Plane 
Frace Jacob, hatter 648 Broad 
Frake Abraham, coach trimmer 21 Bleeker 
Frame William, ex-sheriff. Blonmfield, N. J. 
Francis Albert (col'd) 2 Newton's Court 
Francis Alva, (col'd) rear 37 Garden 
Francis Charles, shoemaker 5 Brunswick 
Francis Ebenezer, currier 74 Market h. l86 Washington 
Francis Elias, plane manuf 147 Washington h. 54 Court 
Francis Euphema (col'd) rear 82 Academy 



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Francis James, harness maker 120 Washington 

Francis James (col'd) 5 Church 

Francis Lewis (cold) barber 170 Broad h. 35 Warren 

Francis Mark, (col'd) 75 Garden 

Francis Peter (col'd) 75 Garden 

Francis Rachel, widow of Ebenpzet 54 Court 

Francis Richard, shoemaker 26 Ferry 

Francis Richard, shoemaker 7 Beach 

Francis Silas, grocer, agent 27 Quarry h. 586 High 

Francisco Benjamin, hatter 58 Plane 

Francisco Dinah, (col'd) 12 Mill 

Francisco Elizabeth, vest maker 804 Broad 

Francisco Henry, blacksmith 10 Plume 

Francisco .Jacob, blacksmith 103 Mulberry 

Francisco Jasper, (col'd) coachman Plane c. Plum 

Francisco John, carpenter St. Louis 50 Plane 

Francisco John R. carman 26 Summit 

Francisco Nathaniel C. 25 Orange h. 64 Quarry 

Francisco Richard, constable 58 Plane 

Francisco Richard I. carpenter 58 Plane 

Francisco Sarah J. plush sewer 70 Orchard 

Francisco Thomas, builder 153 Orange 

Francisco Thomas S. mason 49 Liberty 

Francisco William, carpenter 6 Broad 

Francisco William B. leather dresser down Neck 

Frank Frederick, tailor 6 North Canal 

Frazee Aaron, 19 Boudinot 

Frazee Benjamin, tailor North Lawrence 

Frazee Edward, shoe manufacturer 65 Catharine 

Frazee Henry, blacksmith 10 Ferry 

Frazee James, silver plater 48 Mechanic h. 46 Lawrence 

Frazee John, carpenter 18 Fulton 

Frazee Libeus, mason 45 Nesbiit 

Fready Jacob, hatter 69 Washington 

Frear John M. builder 41 Orchard 

Freck John, goldsmith 35 South Canal 

Frederick Michael C. mould maker 151 Orange 

Fredericks Ann, widow of Aaron P. 58 New 

Fredericks Caspar, tailor 73 West 

Fredericks George, tailor 73 West 

Fredericks Jacob, blacksmith 54 New 

Fredericks Mary, 98 Plane 

Fredericks Nicholas J. sash & blind 8 Ch'h h. 24 Lafayette 

Fredericks & Co. N. J. sash and blind mfrs. 8 Church 

Fredericks William, saddler 104 Church 

Fredericks William H. refectory 354 Broad h. 27 Bridge 

Free Hannah, (col'd) dress maker 16 Academy 

Freecht Joseph, tailor 15 Hill 



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Freeman Albert, saddler 71 Green 

Freeman Alexander, shoe maker 131 Kinney 

Freeman Benjamin H. shoemaker II South Essex 

Freeman 'alvin, collector dockace New York 

Freeman Charles, harness maker 25 Park 

Freeman Cyrus J. butcher Centre Marketb. Orange N.J. 

Freeman David, jeweler 17 Hill 

Freeman Klias, justice 297 Mulberry 

Freeman Hannah, widow of Robert 8 Prince 

Freeman Harriet, widow of George S. 49 Church 

Freeman Henry, watch case maker 11 Cottage 

Freeman Henry (col'd) laborer 8 Prince 

Freeman Henry B, ice dealer 200 firoad 

Freeman Horace, clerk 208 Broad r. 85 Halsey ' 

Freeman John, coach body maker 68 jjafayette 

Freeman John, painter and glazier 33 Baldwin 

Freeman John B. shoemaker 47 Orchard 

Freeman Jonathan D. saddler 29 Rector 

Freeman Joseph M. (col'd) 136 Nesbilt 

Freeman Lewis C clerk 182 r. 216 Broad 

Freeman & Lines, shoe manufs. 142 Market 

Freeman Linus C. carpenter 93 Commerce 

Freeman Mary, widow of Jotham 396 Broad 

Freeman Melancthon. grocer Kinney 

Freeman Oliver W. grocer 53 Cliurch 

Freeman Reed, carman 193 Court 

Freeman Robert, carpenter 24 Cherry 

Freeman Robert G. shoemaker 22 Upper JefTerson 

Freeman William C. 7 Camfield 

Frelinghuysen Frederick T. attorney and counselloi at 

law 283 Broad h 7 Park Place 
FRELfNGHuysKN HoN. Theodorg, Neto Brunswick 
FrelinghuysenJr. Theo. couns. at law 283 B'd. h. 19 Wash 
Frey "^I'heophilus, japanner 7 Sussex avenue 
Frichnech Aarick, carpenter 223 Bank 
Frichnech John U. millwright 233 Bank 
Friday John Jacob, mason 50 Brunswick 
Friend Joseph, shoemaker 120 'Springfield avenue 
Frink Stephen, machinist 110 Commerce 
Fritz Phillip, 9J Division Place 
Frogg Joseph H. carriage maker 96 Bank 
Frohlick Ignatz, fancy dry goods 370 Broad 
From Lewis, boarding hoiise 24 Wilsey 
From Levi'is, engraver 3 William 
Fromagel Anselm, 88 High n. Spruce 
Frost George, tailor 12G Slate 
Frost James, tailor 65 Walnut 
Frost John, currier 188 Broad 



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Fulker Herman, machinist 107 Warren 

Fuller Alonzo, 7 Arch 

Fuller Elias B. carpenter 3 Lafayette 

Fuller John, 52 Broad 

Fullerton Mary, widow of William 75 Green 

Furgtison Charles, laborer 177 Quarry 

Furguson James T. tailor Cincinnati, Ohio 

Forman Freeman, (col'd) 16 DivisioR 

Fuss John, baker 105 Mulberry 

G. 

Gaddis Jacob B. sup. M. & E. Railroad h. 4 Fulton 

Gaerity Daniel, haiter 68 Boston 

Gaffy George H. grocer 70 h. 72 Plane 

Gaflly John, captain of steamboat Passaic 72 Plane 

Gafney Charles, soap boiler 41 Madison 

Gafney Dominic, tanner 28 Catharine 

Gafney MichaeU tallow chandler Towpath n. jail 

Gafney Peter, haiter 14 Colden 

Gahm Joseph, trunk maker 63 Mercer 

Gahm Peter, musician 63 Mercer 

Galbraiih Benjamin, jeweler 7 State 

Galbraiih James, gardener 384 High c. Warren 

Gale Nancy B. widow of Thomas P. Camptown 

Gale William G. Erie R. R. agent Brooklyn, N. Y, 

Gall Henry, carpenter 40 Richmond 

Gallagan James, laborer 88 Quarry 

Gallager Hugh, laborer 162 Lock 

Galla^er John G. blacksmith 12 Ailing 

Gallager Lawrence, laborer 24 Shipman ^ 

Gallager Rev. Joseph S. 510 High 

Gallager Patrick, wheelwright 25* Quarry 

Galligan Barney, grocer 1 Grand c. Springfield avenae 

Gallihan Hugh, laborer 174 Plane 

Galloway Michael, laborer 5 Durand 

Gallowby Patrick, laborer 34 Bridge 

Galneher John, cabinet maker 16 Rankin JF: 

Gamble James S, California Wilsey n. Canal T* 

Gamble Robert, saddler 48 Fair 

Gangway James, oysters 247 Broad h. 101 i Washington 

Gannon James, collar maker 3 Green 

Gansler Henry, locksmilii rear 31 Garden 

Ganss Henry W. tailor 260 Bank 

Gant Jonathan A. sawyer 29 Bruen 

Garabrant Amzi, grocer 140 Market h. II Pennington 

Garabrant Uriah, S. W. Depot 1 1 Pennington 

Gardenberger Frederick, tailor 14 Moutgomerj 

Gardepy Nelson, halter 40 South Canal 



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Gardner Aaron A. shoemaker 36 Union 

Gardner Amos, cooper 35 Ferry 

Gardner Daniel N. builder 54 Lafayette 

Gardner David P. trunk maker Brooklyn 

Gardner Edward R. tailor 30 Elm 

Gardner George, machinist 6 James 

Gardner George M patent leather 121 Kinney 

Gardner Hannah, widow of Jos. K. tailoress 172 Wash'n. 

Gardner, Harrison & Co. malleable iron n>frs. 74 Clay 

Gardner Hetty, widow of Aaron A. 26 Hill 

Gardner Howell E. shoemaker 73 Bank 

Gardner James, shoemflker 3 Arch 

Gardner Jane, widow of Henry 30 Baldwin 

Gardner John, trans. Newark & N. York 5 Union 

Gardner John, coach manufacturer 24 and 26 Mechanic 

Gardner John, shoejnaker 'il McVVhorter 

Gardner Joseph B die sinker 1 6 Mulberry 

Gardner Joseph W. carpenter 54 Lafayette 

Gardner Liester, gold beater 8 Walnut 

Gardner Lyman, mahogany yd. 11 Mechanic, h. 18 Church 

Gardner & Marcell, mahogany lumber yd. 11 Mechanic 

Gardner Maria, dress maker 30 Baldwin 

Gardner Margaret, widow of Hezekiah 73 Bank 

Gardner Mary, widow of Caleb 20 Park 

Gardner Matilda B. widow of William B. 5 Kinney 

Gardner Nancy, widow nurse 121 Kinney 

Gardner Nathaniel B. shoe manufacturer 16 Baldwin 

Gardner Oakley, painter 204 Nesbitt 

Gardner Prussia, widow of John 4 Clinton 

Gardner Romake, shoemaker 2l Upper JeflTerson 

Gardner Samuel H. mahogany lumber yd. 1 1 Mechanic 

Gardner Samuel H. malleable iron 74 Clay h. Clinton 

Gardner Samuel J. attorney New York 20 Park 

Gardner Thomas, baker 54J Bank 

Gardner Timothy, Boarding house 26 Ailing 

Gardner William F. accountant 72 Bank 

Gardner William G. carman 9 South Prospect 

Garland Catharine, widow of Thomas 1 State 

Garland N. M. watch malcer 99 Broad 

Garland William, jeweler and watch maker 99 Broad 

Garlinghouse. widow 18 Commerce 

Garrabranl Caleb T. builder 79 Plane 

Garr ibrant Christopher, shoemaker 218 Plane 

Garrabrant Garrit, 7 Lafayette 

Garrabrant Garrit, coach lace 128 Plane 

Garrabrant Garret G shoe store 3544 Broad h. 43 Cathr'e 

Garrabrant George, shoemaker 111 Union 

Garrabrant Henry, shoemaker 153 Ehn 



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Garrabrant Isaac, blacksmith 28 Lafayette 
Garrabrant John B. coach lace California 130 Plane 
Garrabrant John C. shoemaker 2|8 Plane 
Garrabrant Mary, dress maker 7 Lafayette 
Garrabrant Peter. 1 Garrabrant's Court 
Garrabrant Rebecca, widow of Matthias 41 Warren 
Garrabrant Rjchard, shoemaker 317 Railroad avenue 
Garragan Thomas, carmao 119i Commercial 
Garret Caroline, widow 25 North Essex 
Garret Catharine, 26 Hill 
Garret Charles, tailor rear 238 Broad 
Garret William, patent leather 25 North Essex 
Garrigan John, laborer 7 Summit 
Garrigan John, tea and coffee 58 Plane 
Garrigus Lewis J. mason 14 Cottage 
Garrigus Stephen F. box maker 39 Green 
Garrison Andrew J. plater and shoe m. kit maker 3 Gomes 
Garrison Charles E. coach painter 249 Market 
Garrison Charles E. coach painter 20 Cottage 
Garrison Edward, carriage painter 150 Mulberry 
Garrison Elizabeth E. widow of Josiah 1 Willow 
Garrison James, shoemaker 2i9 Plane 
Garrison Jane, widow of Cornelius 1 Willow 
Garrison Thomas, New Brunswick 
Garrity Owen, laborer 52 Inness 
Garrity Walter, tailor 30 Montgomery 
Garroch Jane A. widow of Andrew 333 Broad 
Garry Michael, coach painter rear 13 New York 
Garside John, engravers' steel plates and cutler Washing- 
ton Factory h. 99 Mill 
Garside William, steel plate manuf. 156 h. 155 Quarry 
Garthwaite & Darcy, clothiers 127 and 129 Market 
Garihwaite Jacob T. leather merchant 52 h. 53 Market 
Garthwaite Jeremiah C. clothier 129 Market h. 459 Broad 
Garthwaite John S. mason 98 Bank 
Garihwaite John W. 88 Market r. 20 Park Place 
Garthwaite Mary, widow of Samuel S. 9 Columbia 
Garthwaite Wm. leather & oil 88 Market h. 20 Park place 
Gartland George, laborer Scriber's Lane n. High 
Gariland James, laborer 50 Grand 
Gartland John laborer rear 161 Court 
Garttman Julia, widow of Martin 23 North Canal 
Garwig Charles, engraver 440 Broad 
Gas Works, 76 South Market c. Congress 
Gaskel John, tailor 75 Market 
Gasnell Charles, barber 26 Bridge 
Gatchell Joseph, spring maker 71 Catharine 
Gatfield Edwin, plater 133 Orange 



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130 pierson's 

Gatfield James, shoemaker rear 84 Ferry 

Gaup Frederick, druggist 134 Market h. 5 New 

Gaus John, cooper 37 Prince 

Gay Thomas, boat builder New west of jail 

GayloW E. T. clerk 366 Broad 

Gay lord Thomas A. moulder 82 Ferry 

Gearhart John, wheelwright 154 Railroad avenue 

Geary James, cooper 15 Ogden 

Gebhard Jacob, 31 Clinton 

Gee George, halter 80 Jefferson 

Geercke D. W. tobacconist 208 Market 

Geib Phillip, harness maker 8;J Union 

Geidel Coniad, shoemaker 30 McWhorter 

Geiger Anthony, laborer Gondit n. Hudson 

Geiger Henry, grocer and feed 143 Market h- 25 Boudinot 

Geiger Henry G. clerk l2'J Maiket r. 25 Boudinot 

Geiger John, trunk maker 41 Broom 

Geisele Christian, brewer 273 High 

Geisl John, shoemaker rear 83 Court 

Geiszler Charles, jeweler 16 Scott 

Geiszler George, tailor 38 Prince 

Gerber Lewis, 78 Catharine 

Genung Ashbel B. turner 60 Hamilton h. 46 Bruen 

Genun g Wickhffe H. 77 Warren c. High 

George William grocer 490 Broad 

Gere Edward A. hatter 64 Halsey 

Getchius Abraham, shoemaker 140 Plane 

Getchius Alfred C. hatier 140 Plane 

Getchius James, 64 Academy 

Gibb William, stone cutter J28 Quarry 

Gibbins Francis, shoemaker 2l Kankin 

Gibert John, currier c Hoyt & Hedges Alley 

Gibney James, shoemaker 174 Plane 

Gibnsy James, laborer 24 Montgomery 

Giesenhuysen Emma, 47 Lawrence 

Giesen , locksmith 230 Washington 

Giffins John, captain 39 North Prospect 

Giffbrd Archer, attorney & counsellor at law 169 Broad 

Gifford Charles L. C. attorney and counsellor at law 

169 Broad 
Gifford John A. clerk 169 Broad 
Gifford Mary, 364 High 
Gilbert John T. coach maker 13 Garden 
Gilbert & Shook, omnibus body manufs, c« Hamilton and 

McWhorter 
Gill Aaron, 65 Monroe 
Gill John, laborer 95 Plume 
GUI Peter, tailor 684 Plane 



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Gillespie John, well digger 90 River 

Gillett Leroy C. whip maker 5-2 Court 

GilHck Lawrence, laborer 1 Gallagers'Court 

Gillig Daniel, poller 118 Orange 

Gillin Mary, widow of James 51 Crane 

Gillin Michael, laborer 17 Plane 

Gillin Patrick, laborer 17 Plane 

Gillin Robert B. shoemaker 36 Bleeker 

Gillitt James, 6l William n. Catharine 

Gilroy Ann, widow of John 1/2 Academy 

Gilroy Hugh, laborer 14 Perry 

Gilroy James, coal dealer 96 River 

Gilroy Mary, 65 Adams 

Girods (Jeorge, locksmith? h. 2Q Bank 

Gisch John, grocer 63 River 

Gitfield Jacob, mason 43 Thomas 

Gladson Timothy, carpenter 137 Orange 

Gladson William, carriage maker 10 Fair 

Glarde Peter, saddler 13 White 

Glasson Adam, carpet weaver 22 Broom 

Glassun Augustus, carpet weaver 184 Bd h. 22 Broom 

Glasson George, blacksmith Ifi Fair 

Glaver Edward, blacksmith 625 High 

Glaze Charles A. mer. tailor 178 Broad h. 28 Fulton 

Glaze Mary Mrs. l6Halsey 

Gleim Carl & M. Louis, 270 Broad h. rear 81 Mulberry 

Gleim Charles, tailor l5 Longworth 

Glindon Daniel, shoemaker 29 Catharine 

Globe Foundry, 86 South Market 

Gniggi William, tailor 55 Grand 

Gob Christian, tailor 19 Broom 

Goble Daniel W. painter 35 Division 

Goble Edward, trimmer 59 Green 

Goble Elisha W. jeweler rear 53 Green r. 366 Broad 

Goble Halsted, hatter 179 Washington 

Goble Harriet, tailoress 59 Green 

Goble Harriet, widow of Jonathan B. 59 Green 

Goble Horace, jeweler 379 Broad r. 179 Washington 

Goble Jabez G. m. d. 4 15 Broad 

Goble Luther, baker 179 Washington 

Goble Luther Spencer, attorney at law 299 h. 415 Broad 

Goble Mahlon, carriage maker 5U Green 

Goble Phebe Ann, widow of John L 296 High 

Goble Phebe R. widow of Luther 433 Broad 

Goble William G. grocer 38 Lafayette c. Union 

Godber William, hatler 6 Beaver 

Godby Elizabeth, widow of Thomas 220 Bank 

Godfrey John O. tailor 28 South Market 



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Godkin Benjamin, cloth cotter 133 Market h. 82 Halsey 

Goebel William, laborer rear 93 South Canal 

Goetchius Albert, tailor 5 Camfield 

Goff Patrick, 18 Boudinol 

Goger Sebastian, tailor 25 West 

Goken Francis, jeweler and watch maker 327^ Broad 

Golde Phillip H. jeweler 13 Scott 

Golden Ephraim, cooper 68 East River 

Golden Robert, cooper "2 Quarry 

Golder Abraham, coachsmiih '3-i Harrison h. 44 Williann. 

Golder Joseph, sea captain 116 Ferry 

Golder & Post, light carriage manufacturers 33 Harrison 

GoU Peter F. 15 Kinney 

Golt Joseph H. hatter 77 Plane 

Goltry Oliver, blacksmith 76 Nesbitt 

Goraersall Abigail, widow of Jonas 196 Market 

Gomersall William H. butcher 83 Union h. 95 S. Prospect 

Gomot John, (col'd) ash gatherer 25 Somerset 

Gemot Julia, (col'd) widow 3 Newton's Court 

Gophert George, tailor Spring ave. n. upper Jefferson 

Gooderman Richard, shade maker 34 Walnut 

Goodenough Rev. Smith B City missionary 34 Columbia 

Gooding William M. paltern maker 14 Clay 

Goodsell F^zra K. saddler 10 North Lawrence 

Goodsell Lewis W. saddler 3 Keen's Court 

Goodsell William, saddler 356 Uroad 

Goodspeed Mary, widow of Timothy 37i Market 

Goodwin E iwd. N. (col'd) wood &. oyster dealer 54Mulb'y. 

Goodwin Jacob, shoemaker 42 Richmond 

Goodyear Austin, india rubber llB Plane 

Goodyear Ellsworth D. S. india rubber ll8 Plane 

Goodyear Edward L. india rubber 118 Plane 

Goodyear S. Eldridge, india rubber 118 Plane 

Gorden Daniel W. farmer 683 Broad 

Gorden Ja.rnes C. jeweler 27 Ward 

Gorden Mary P- widow of HoUis 107 Plane 

Gorden Peter, miller Bhomfield Road 

Gorden Sarah, widow of 1 homas 97 Halsey 

Gotden William A. clothier 238 Broad 

Gordon George A. law student 281 r. 396 Broad 

Gordon John, carpenter 35 Orchard 

Gore Elizabeth A. 21 Park 

Gore George W. painter 14 Warren 

Gortjas George, fish and oysters 378 Broad h. 56 Court 

Gorgas John J. fish and oysters Centre Mrk't50 Lafayette- 

Goris Jtihn, grocer G3 Mercer 

Gorman .lohn, spring maker 17 Bruen 

Gorman John, switch tender 58 Broad 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 133 

Gorman Patrick, blacftsmith 198 South Market 

Gorman Richard, 27 Van Buren 

Gordan Thomas, carriage maker 27 Van Buren 

Gormley Barney, cooper 30 South Bridge 

Gormley James, sexton Catholic church 16 Cherry 

Gormley Peter, laborer 36 Market 

Gorum George, Old Bloomfield Road near the Canal 

Gorum George W. Old Bloomfield Road n. the Canal 

Goss John, jeweller 8 Scott 

Gott Benjamin, blacksmith 306 Market 

Gottiker John H. carpenter N. Y. h. Prospect Place 

Gottschalk A. E. porter house 3-20 Broad 

Gough Maria B. 219 North Broad 

Gough Maiia V. D. 219 North Broad 

Gould Edgar, mason inquire 13 Warren 

Gould Ezra, machinist Hedenberg's h. 109 Washington 

Gould E & S. machinists Hedenberg's 

Gould Horace A. clothing 24 CUnton 

Gould John, grocer 14 Golden 

Gould jr. Joseph, coffee 4' spice mer 50 Com. h 60 Mulb'y 

Gould Lucius D. architect 14 i'ranklin Place 

Gould Mitchell, stair rod manuf. 5S Ham. h. 138 Mulb'y 

Gould & Moore, builders rear 217 Market 

Gould iNancy, tailoress 16 Garden 

Gould Phebe, widow of Ezekiel 16 Garden 

Gould Stephen D. machinist Incl'd Plane h. 127 Wash. 

Gould Stephen G. b'jilder 217 Market 

Gould Stephen M. hatter 69 Commerce 

Gould Susan, tailoress 16 Garden 

Gourlay John L. shoemaker 4 Harrison's Court 

Goy James, morocco dresser 122 Washington 

Grady Patrick, laborer 82 Mulberry 

Graessel Jacob, shoemaker 92 Walnut 

Gratt George, tailor 30 Grand 

Grafton Mrs. Wm. fashionable milliner 334 Broad 

Grafton Wm. wool dealer ,'534 Broad h. 180 Plane 

Graham Charles S. N.Y. Bank h. 8 Fulton 

Graham "Douglass, moulder 42 Ferry 

Graham Edward S., sec. mech. ins- Co. 7 Hamilton 

Graham Eliza, 70 River 

Graham Henry, (col'd) laborers Colden 

Graham John E. jeweler 41 Clay 

Graham Margaret, fancy store 59 Halsey 

Graham Michael, shoemaker I9 Catharine 

Graham Samuel, (col'd) laborer 26 Fair 

Graham Sarah M. widow of C. I. 8 Fulton 

Gram Henry, locksmith c. Ferry & Congress 

Grandpair Ferdinand, saddler 334 Broad 

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134 pibrron's 

Grandsoe Andrew, 244 Plane ,^ 

Granniss Charles B. ex. office 05 Wall N. Y. h 34 Kinney 

Granniss Henry E. traveling 34 Kinney 

Granniss John W. house furnisl.ing 300 h. 467 Broad 

Granniss & Thomas, house furnishing 300 Broad 

Grant Alexander, stone cutter 33 Quarry 

Grant jr. Alexander, dry goods 98 r. 66 Broad 

Grant Ann, 7 East Kinney 

Grant , cloth cutter South c. Orchard 

Grant Charles, marble & stone cutter 107 Market, stone 

yard 63 Commercial h. 109 Market 
Grant Gabriel, m d. 109 Market 
Grant George W. clerk 182 r. 216 Broad 
Grant Lewis T. clerk City Hotel 
Grant Mary, 7 East Kinney 
Grant Thomas, tool maker 48 Quarry 
Grant William, mason rear .56 Quarry 
Granfzow William, tailor 66 Court 
Grassley Gottlieb, Great Swamp Road 
Graves Louisa A. 51 Church 

Graves Eseck, sexton 3d Chh. blind mfr. 51 Church 
Graves Nathaniel, musical instrument maker 120 Plane 
Gray Aaron (col'd) wood sawyer 12 West 
Gray Andrew J. California 34 Hamilton 
Gray Charles T. 127 Market h- 34 Hamilton 
Gray Ellen, milliner 42 Columbia 
Gray Ezra W. plater 325 Washington 
Gray John, saddler 42 Columbia 
Gray Mary, 7 Orchard 
Gray William, plater 16 Fair 
Greacen Fanny, widow of Walter rear 17 Green 
Greacen Jane, rear 17 Green 
Great George W. saddler 344 Broad 
Greathead John, saddler 10 Elm 

Greathead William, hat manuf. 194 Market h. 10 Liberty 
Greeh Mads, hatter 91 Walnut 
Green Clark, carpenter 49 Fair 
Green David H. laborer rear 20 Bleeker 
Green Ebenezer A. gas fitter 329 Broad h. 41 Smith 
Green Elihu, blacksmith 115 Washington 
Green George, tanner 100 Spring 
Green Henry L. jeweler 34 Columbia 
Green James H. coach maker 44 Liberty 
Green John, plater 14 Liberty 
Green John, shoemaker 15 East Fair 
Green Julia, widow of John 157 Quarry 
Green Mary F. teacher Wesleyan Ins. 243 High 
Green Michael, machinist New n. Searing 



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'NEWARK DIRECTORY. 135 

Green Morris C. coach maker 46 Liberty 

Green M. C & J. H. lig!,t carriage 120 R. R. avenue 

Green Peter K. engineer 13 Union 

Green William, carpenter 33 Chestnut 

Oreen William C. mason 14 East Mechanic 

Green William H. jeweler 350 Broad 

Greenhalgh Solomon, plumder 108^ Broad 

Greenwalt John, block cutter 84 Kinney 

Gregg John, builder 55 Mulberry c. Canal 

Gregger Charles, hatter l7l Plane 

Gregory Catharine Ann, widow of John 6|5 Broad 

Gregory James, mason 169 Commerce 

Gregory Lawrence, tailor 169 Commerce 

Grice John T. 340 Rail Road avenue 

Griffin Teresa, trimmer 24 Lombardy 

Griffin Patrick, blacksmith 10 Stephens' Court 

Griffin Thomas, blacksmith 10 Stephen's Court 

Griffing Lester, carpenter 23 Bleeker 

Griffith David G. sawyer 56 Mechanic h. 8 Lafayette 

Griffith E. widow of Jonathan 69 Mulberry 

Griffith John D. shoemaker 146 Walnut 

Griger Abigail, widow of Jabez 451 Broad 

Griger Albert P. saMier Philadelphia 

Griger Charles, sad.ller 210 Washington 

Griger Mary Ann. widow of Jabez 51 Bank 

Grill Jacob, tailor 93 William 

Grim Joseph, tailor 12 Grand 

Grimes James, currier 1 Chadwick's Alley 

Griswold Gilbert, cabinet maker 39 i Broad 

Griswold Josiah, California 33 Walnut 

Grob George, catholic school 84 h. 83 William 

Groel Henry, turner 26 Grand 

Grof Henry, carpenter 181 Academy 

Gronse John, farmer 22 Niagara 

Groome John, edge tool maker rear 22 North Prospect 

Grosch Peter, enameler 13 Scott 

Groshong Jeplha C. dry goods 250 h. 498 Broad 

Groshong & Co. J. C. dry goods 250 Broad 

Gross John, tailor 21 Prince 

G rover James W. 37 t\'assau N. Y. h. 57 Court 

Grover Lewis C. attorney <^ couns. at law 171 Market 

Grover Stephen A. att. at law Califorma 149 Market 

Grover Stephen R. attorney & couns. at law 149 Market 

Grover William B. m. d. 149 Market 

Gruet Edward, Orange, .V. J. 

Gruet Frederick, fringe and tassel manuf. 30 Hamilton 

Gruet Frederick T. R. hat finisher Belleville 

Gruet John P. dentist 8 Garden 



136 pierson's 

Gruet Joseph N. 198 Market . 

Gruet Peter, straw and gimp edgings & satin wire Orange 

Grummon Phebe, widow of Aaron 45 Mechanic 

Grummon Robert M. plater 325 Broad h. 45 Mechanic 

Grunnraon WilHam, builder rear 3 Beach 

Guerin Ann, widow of Halsey 10 Union 

Guerin George 13. mason 10 Union 

Guerin Maria, widow of Isaac B. 292 Washington 

Guerin Samuel T. sash and blind 60 Hamilton h. 15 Hill 

Guerin Susan, widow of Stephen P. 80 New 

Guerin Vincent, hatter 10 Union 

Guerin William, carpenter 32 Hamilton 

Guest Aaron, book & job printer Aiichigan 

Guild William B. dry goods 43 Wm. N. Y. h. 7 Baldwin 

Guildner Charles, locksmith 10 S. Orange avenue 

Gujer Henry, cabinet maker 17 Broad 

Gummersell Richard, hatter 80 Mulberry 

Gundher Frederick, painter 26 Wiliiam 

Gunn Ann, widow of Benjamin L, 335 Broad 

Gunn Felix, tailor 2 Halsey's Court 

Gunn Patrick, cooper 3 Halsey's Alley . 

Guniey Benj. P. mfr. of silk trimmings 156 h. 146 Bank 

Gurney & Co, silk manufacturers 156 Bank 

Gurney Henry G. mfr. of silk trimmings 156 h. 146 Bank 

Gurney Joseph G mfr. of IXL legee twist 156 Bank h. 

39 Rose N. Y. 
Gustin Samuel J. nurseryman 21 Fulton 
Guthrie Caroline, 574 High 

H. 

Haag Christian, tailor and barber 69 William 
Hackett Catharine, widow 23 River 
Hackett David, laborer 5 Halsey's Alley 
■ Hackett Henry J. jeweler 35 Baldwin 
Hackett John, file cutter 138i Plane 
Hackelty John B. laborer f)6 Crane 
Hade William, laborer 29 Bridge 
Hadfield John, hatter 5n Madison 
Haff Uriah, Spanish. eye Water 101 Plane 
HafTner Francis tailor 168 Court 
HaffnerGotftied, cabinet maker 71 Boston 
Hagaman Charles, cooper 9 Fast River 
Hagaman Frederick, 80 Hamburg Place 
' Hagar Eliza, widow of William 100 Broad 
Hagar Harriet, widow of Jotham M. 46 Smith 
Hagar John H. tailor 53 Liberty 
Hagerton Dennis, trunk maker 2 Halsey's Court 
Haggerty George, morocco dresser 165 Washington 
Haggerty Patrick, painter 46 Academy 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 137 

Haggerty Thomas, hat manufacturer 2 h. 6 Spring 
Haggerty William, laborer 13 Oxford 
Hagle George, 151 Warren 
Hr.gney George, grocer 77 Green c. Columbia 
Hague James, tin and stoves 330 Bd h. 83 Commerce 
Hague Jr. James, clerk 330 Broad h. 83 Commerce 
Hague Joseph, {armei .Hackensack N. J, 
Hague Rev. VVm d. d. Pas. 2d S. Bap. Chh. 59 Court 
Hahl George, shoemaker 20 Bridge 
Hahl Martin, shoemaker 20 Bridge 
Hahn Christopher, locksmith 15 Longvporth ^ 
Haide John, shoemaker 21 Commerce 
Haigh Benjamin, blacksmith 8 Spring 
Haines & BoUes, flour store 1 Commercial Dock 
Haines Charles S. clerk (T. V. J. & Co.) 7 Oak 
Haines George W. wagon maker inquire 13 Comes 
Haines Henry, ivory black raanuf. Wash. fac. 53 Quarry 
Haines Jared, 23 Franklin 

Haines Job, flour &c. 1 Commercial h. 23 Franklin 
Haines Lewis A. carman 198 Plane 
Haines Mary E. 56 Walnut 

Haines Stephen R. justice 154J Market h. 23 Franklin 
Haines William T. smelter foot of Clay h. 58 Quarry 
Haj Thomas, ostler rear 27 North Essex 
Hake Charles, druggist l02i Market 
Hakle Cornelius, cabinet maker 507 High 
Hakle George, 151 Warren 
Hakle Nicholas, mason 197 Warren 
Hale Justus W. daguerrian 326 r. 350 Broad 
Hale Mary, widow of William 18 Bank 
Halgering John, porter house 28 East River 
Hall Rev. Charles, sec'y a. h. m. s. N. York h. 145 High 
Hall Charles P. blacksmith 9J Green 
Hall Charles P. dry goods 258 Broad h. 30 Bank 
Hall George, hatter 61 William 
Hall George W. currier*78 Market h^l65 Mulberry 
Hall Gideon, tailor 45 State 
Hall Henry C. mariner 179 Broad 
Hall John, clerk 30 Union 
Hall John, saddler 173 Mulberry 
Hall John, jeweler 35 Walnut h. 32 William 
Hall John, blacksmith Chatham 
Hall John G. architect 297 Broad r. 27 Park Place 
Hall John J. shoemaker 136 Plane 
Hall Joseph D. dry goods 259 r. 179 Broad 
Hall Lewis A. m. d. 179 Broad 
Hall Mary, 269 Market 
Hall Mary Ann, widow of Charles 11 Beach 
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138 pierson's 

Hall Miss Rebecca, 136 Plane 

Hall Hichard, hat manufacturer 233 Washington 

Hall Robert R. moulder 3 Lafayette 

Hall Samu'^1, varnish maker 1 3 Garden 

Hall Sarah Jane, nurse 33 Fair 

Hall Tobias A., capiain Ocean Bird 15 Boudinot 

Hall William, carpenter 27 South Canal 

Hallett Jarat's, chair maker 289 Washington 

Hallock Jane, taiioress 3 New 

Hallock Jeremiah, carpenter 171 Plane 

Halsey Charles, patent leather Orleans n. Nesbitt 

Halsey Charles H. 356 Broad 

Halsey Daniel, clerk Mobile 55 Market 

Halsey Daniel S. box mfr. 40 Market h. 156 Plane 

Halsey George A. acct. 292 Broad r. l89 Washington 

Halsey & Hunter, clothiers 292 Broad 

Halsey Isaac, wood and coal dealer 41 River h. over river 

Halsey James II. cutter 68 h. 49 Market 

Halsey Joseph A. pres. Mechanics' Bank 25 Park Place 

Halsey Julia C widow of William 131 Bruad 

Halisey Miss Mary, 144 Bank 

Halsey & Noble, japan linen, muslin and silk Orleans c. 

James 
Halsey Samuel, patent leather 4 West Market Place h. 

189 Washington 
Halsey Sharp, (cold) rear 112 Church 
Halsey Silas C, acct. 309 Broad r. 189 Washington 
Halsey Smith, 55 Market 

Halsey & Taylor, patent leather mfrs. 4 West Market pU 
Halsey & Tucker, curriers 68 and 70 Market 
Halsey, Utter «& Co. 292 Broad 

Halsey William H. japanned linen, &c. Orleans h. 38 Arch 
Halsted Abel H. California 417 Broad 
Halsteii Abigail, widow of Anthony boarding h. 49 Boston 
Halsted Catharine, milliner 49 Boston 
Halsted Edwin 0. 49 Boston 
Halsted Francis Wilham California 417 Broad 
Halsted George B, alt. & couns. at law 267 r. 4 17 Broad 
Halsted Matthias O. merchant N. York, North Orange 
Halsted Oliver S. chancellor 417 Broad 
Halsted Jr. Oliver S. att. ^ couns. 267 Broad 
Halsted Robert M. Capt. bark Griffon 417 Broad 
Halsted Walter K. California 132 Washington 
Halwie John, tailor 7 Grand 
Haly Thomas, laborer 23 River 
Ham Elizabeth, widow of Derick boarding h. 13 Fair 
Hambergcr George, tailor 25 Grand 
Hambrook Johii W. baker 31 State 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 139 

Hamilton Elias S. carriage maker 76 Orange 

Hamilton Jane, C8 Richmond 

Hamilton John L. harness maker 147 Academy 

Hamilton Rachael, hat trimmer 37 Columbia 

Hamlin Augustus S. 97 Commerce 

Hnmlin George E. hatter 2l8 Bank 

Hamlin James V. justice office 297 Broad h. 97 Commerce 

Hamlin John. (R. D. & Co ) 3 Beaver 

Hammel Conrad, moulder 40 Catharine 

Hammel David, laborer '23 Searing 

Hammel John, tailor 271 Marlset 

Hammell Charles, meat store 247 Broad r. 1 S. Canal 

Hammell Isaac, meat store "247 Broad r. 1 S. Canal 

HammillHugh, grocer 179 Plane 

Hammond Albert, shoemaker 19 Catharine 

Hammond Judson, shoemaker 19 Calhai:ine 

Haminonti Sebastian, tailor South Prospect n. Garden 

Hammond Th )mas, carpenter 27 Jefferson 

Hampson Edward, hatter 26 Congress 

Hampson Edwin, hatter 15 Ward 

Hampson George, hatter rear 13 Ward 

Hampson Her.ry, hatter 26 Congress 

Hampson John, halter 25 Newark 

Hampson William, halter 39 Jefferson 

Hampson William, hatter 51 Jefferson 

Hampton Edvvin A. South Carolina 134 Railroad avenue 

Hampton Harvey S. victualing house 134 Railroad ave. 

Hance & Anthony, butchers 380 Broad 

Hance David N meat 380 Broad h. 53 Orchard 

Hancock Henry, boot maker 15 Court 

Hancock Lloyd, trunk nianuf 27 Park Place 

Hancock Isaac, mason 15 Franklin Place 

Hancock Judson, shoemaker 197 Bank 

Hand Charles F. cigar maker 577 Broad 

Hand Deborah, widow of Uzal 67 Mulberry 

Hand Kdward P builder 21 South Canal h .103 Commerce 

Hand Eunice, 36 Church 

Hand Levi, trunk box maker 22i Church 

Hand Robert, blacksmith 587 h. 5'77 Broad 

Handley George, iron turner 6o8 High 

Handley Matthew, laboier 60 Bruen 

Handley Sampson, 14 Franklin 

Handley WilHarh, tinsmith 344 Broad 

H^ndy William L. "baker 36 William 

Haney Jacob, tailor 78 Kinney 

Haney Joseph, laborer 7 Plane 

Haney William, currier 78 Kinney 

Hankins George V. hatter 326 Broad h. 1 New York 



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Hankins John W. carman 20 Summit 

Hankins Nathay D. Railroad office h. 68 Broad 

Hanley Adam, laborer 1 Rankin 

Hanne^an John, laborer 20 Ailing 

Hanrahan James, grocer 124 Lock 

Hanrahan John, tin ware 185 Nesbitt 

Hansburry Dennis, japanner Chatham n. New 

Hansinger Nicholas, watch maker 29 Orchard 

Hanson Abby L widow of Jos. boarding h. 1 Park Chh. pi. 

Hanson Ira. 1 Park Church Place 

Hanson Joseph, clerk 1 Park Church Place 

Hanson Mary E. widow of Michael 40 Quarry 

Harcan George, laborer 35 Lawrence 

Harcourt James M gro'cer 71 h. 75 Lock 

Hard Laura, widow ol Eli 121 South Prospect 

Hard Melville T. cutter 106 Oliver 

Hardham & Burrage, wood turners Hamilton c. McWhor. 

Hardham William L. carpenter 28 Union 

Hardman Aaron, hatter 8 East Fair , 

Hardman Wickliffe. plater 8 East Fair 

Hardman William B spring maker 6 Harrison's Court 

Hardy Samuel, painter Madison n. South Market 

Hardy William, engineer Hedenberg's h. 47 Warren 

Hargan Fanny. 46 Orange 

Hargan James, grocer 155 Market 

Hargan William, grocer 2 East Biver 

Haring David P. clerk 12 Plum 

Harity Dennis, malleable iron 173 Academy 

Harker James, wheelwright fiS Catharine 

Harland Mary, widow of Nicholas, J22"Nesbiit 

Harley Francis (col'd) clothes cleaner, 281 B'd. h. 12 Mill 

Harley Francis, (col'd) 71 Inness 

Harlow Louisa, 25 Franklin 

Plarlows Piiillip, cutler 148 Academy 

Harnisch Joseph, machinist 2] 2 Washington 

Harper Francis F. H. H. seaman 158 South Market 

Harr John M. 21 Lafayette 

Harrington Daniel, d. d, s. 154 Broad 

Harrington Mary, widow of Joseph 66 Walnut 

Harrington Joseph, painter 88 Plane 

Harrington Patrick, hatter 66 New 

Harrington William, laborer 150 North Broad 

Harriott & Adams, jewelers 2 Fair c. Broad 

Harriott Reuben F. jeweler 2 Fair h. 2 Clinton 

Harris Alexander, merchant Little Falls, iV. /. 

Harris Calvin S. carman 19 Garden 

Harris David, 23 Rankin 

Harris Esther B. widow of B. M. 177 Market 



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Harris Jacob B. mason 18 Summit 

Harris James, hatter 108 New 

HarrisJohn, cabinet maker 72 Ferry 

Harris John, (col'd) blacksmith 28 Bank 

Harris Josiah L. grocer 6 Franklin Place 

Harris Mary, widow of David 124 Mulberry 

Harris Michael, laborer 38 Union 

Harris Moses, Little Falls, N. J. 

Harris Samuel D blacksmith 12 Plane 

Harris Thomas, shoemauer 13 Rankin 

Harris Thomas (col'd) teamster 232 South Broad 

Harris Thomas W. carpenter 13 Bank 

Harris Walter, 81 Cedar, N. Y. 24 South 

Harris William H. builder Little Falls N. J. 

Harrison Benj. F. machinist 323 Broad h. 95 Mulberry 

Harrison & Breese, machinist reaif 329 Broad 

Harrison Charles H. patent leather 45 h. 13 Garden • 

Harrison Charles J. builder 106 South 

Harrison Charles W. medical student 41 Hamilton 

Harrison Cynthia, widow of Moses S. 28 Academy 

Harrison Daniel Y; spice merchant Cincinnati 

Harrison & Duncan, patent leather 45 Garden 

Harrison Elias, hatter 103^ Broad 

Harrison Elias, jeweler 69 Commerce 

Harrison Francis H. currier 42 Warren 

Harrison George, frame work knitter 353 Broad 

Harrison George W. watch case 47 Dey N. F. h. 19 Fulton 

Harrison Henry, shoemaker 242 Plane 

Har^isor^ Henry W. carpenter l57 Orange 

Harrison Ira M. malleable iron 74 Clay h. 11 Franklin 

Harrison Isaac, carpenter 268 Plane 

Harrison James A. harness 183 Mulberry h. 1 Railroad av. 

Harrison Jesse T. saddler 4 Orchard . , 

Harrison Joel, farmer Lyons Farms 

Harrison John S. painter 183 Mulberry 

Harrison John W. currier aO Shipman 

Harrison Joseph D. horsepower machines 84 h. 157 Orange 

H;\rrison Joseph L body maker 30 Lumber 

Harrison Josiah, shoemaker I03i Broad 

Harrison Jr. Josiah, North Ward and Cily.Hotel 106 Broad 

Harrison Mary Ann, widow of Edward 3 Fulton 

Harrison Jr. Moses, carpenter 71 Warren 

Harrison, Pierson &Co. horse & dog power mills 84 Orange 

Harrison Rhoda H. widow of Demas 41 "Hamilton 

Harrison Richard, hatt'jr 57 North Broad 

Harrison Sarah M. widow of Edward N. 308 8th av. N. Y. 

Harrison Thomas M printer 2()6 Broad 

Harrison William, rule maker 12 Cherry 



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Harrison William, hatter 9 Green 

Harrison William, horse power machine 84 Orange h. 6 Bd 
Harrison William B. jeweler 23 Bridge 
Harrnegfeyer George, shoemaker 6 Nichols' Court 
Hart Frederick, boatman Richmond n. Bank 
Hart John, blacksmith 4 Nichols' Court 
Hart Patrick, laborer, keeper of cemetery 361 N- Broad 
Hartdorn John G. tailor 4 West 
Kartell Michael, shoemaker rear 102 Church 
Hartley Charles, shoemaker 20 Rankin 
Hartman Andrew S. tailor 2 Nichols' Court - 
Hartman John, Ridge n. Mill 
Hartney John, 6 Maiden Lane 
Hartney Stephen, currier 16 William 
Harton Samuel, grocer 18 Adams 
Hartough Amy, widow 8f Abraham 11 Bruen 
Hartwig William, pocket book maker 81 Plume 
Hartshorne Eliza, widow of Thomas 14 Summit 
Haitshorne John, city treasurer 292 Broad h. 60 Warren 
Harvey John, teacher 260 High c. William 
Harvey Levenus J. nurseryman 358 North Broad 
Harvey Mary E. milliner 260 High 
Harvey Robert J. a. m. Prof. Classical and English lan- 
guages 620 Broad 
Harvey Stephen J. grocer 260 High 
Harwood Michael, wheelwright 1 Chadwick's Alley 
Harnes Frederick H. 177 Market 
Hasen Patrick, currier 36 Hedges' Alley 
Haskell Jacob, blacksmith 20 Nesbitt 
Haskell Maria, 35 Ogden 
Haslam John, carpenters tools 136 Quarry 
Haslin Xapher, potter 168 Mulberry 
Hass Jacob, gardner 193 Court 
H^sselburg Jacob, gardner 63 Goble 
Hassell John, dentist 175 Market 
Hastings George, hatter 57 Bank 
Hastings Isaac, shoemaker 57 Bank 
Hastings James, shoemaker 57 Bank 
Hastings James W. shoemaker 57 Bank 
Hastings Jane, 141 Mulberry 
Hastings Joseph, shoenaaker 629 Broad 
Hastings William, cab driver 1. H. Snyders 
Hastings William, clerk 260 r. 354 Broad 
Hatch Goord, trunk maker 344 Broad 
Hatch Robert, hatter 92 Bank 
Hatch Jr. Robert, halter 97 Washington 
Hatfield Aaron, mason 102 Mulberry 
Hatfield Abraham, shoemaker 9 Hill 



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NEWARK DIRECTORY, 140. 

Hatfield Charles, gaiter boot maker 14 Church 

Hatfield David, shoemaker North Lawrence 

Hatfield Henry O. shoemaker 9 Hill 

Hatfield Ira L. shoemaker 131 Walnut 

Hathaway Charles T. cutter 133 Market h. 45 Halsey 

Hathaway Elihu, 21 Nesbitt • 

Hathaway John, shoemaker toll gate Springfield avenue 

Hathorn Robert B. broker 310 Broad h. 93 Halsey 

Hattersly William, Britania metal Crane n. Caroline 

Hatwick Christian, tailor 30 Mill c. Brown 

Hatwick John, mason 30 Mill c. Brown 

Hatwick John, carpenter 500 High 

Haugh Adam, engineer 61 River 

Haulenbeck Garret, carpenter 87 Spring 

Haulenbeck Isaac, carpenter 39 Ogden 

Haulenbeck Isaac P. saddle tree riveter 9i Division Place 

Haulenbeck James, carpenter 78 Slate 

Haulenbeck William H harness maker Bridgeport 

Haurey John G. carpenter 114 Washington 

Haurey Peter, trunk maker 114 Washington 

Hasler Patrick, carman 208 Rail Road avenue 

Hause Lawrence, tailor 41 West 

Havay Patrick, laborer 48 Bloomfield avenue 

Havell Henry, steel worker State c. Boyden 

Haviland Joseph, tool maker 8 Mill 

Haw Jr. George, hatter !• Vine 

Hawes Geo. wood & ivory turner rear 333 Bd h. 3 Blacker 

Hawes Jr. George, turner 3 Bleeker 

Hawkins Anna C. widow of Thomas 75 Mulberry 

Hawkins John, millwright 60 Court 

Hawkins William W. cooper 12 Point Lane 

Hawthorn James H. 172 Broad 

Hawthorn Robert, quarryman 130 North Bi»ad 

Hay Adam, machinist rear 250 Market h. 14 Ailing 

Hay Alexander N. carpenter 114 McWhorter 

Hay George, hatter 326 Broad h. 137 Washington 

Hay James B. foundry rear 250 Market h. 7 Ward 

Hay Jeannett, widow of David 7 Ward 

Haycock Miss E. fashionable dressmaker 65 Plane 

Haycock Sarah Ann, widow of Thomas 65 Plane 

Haycock Thomas H. harness maker 65 Plane 

Hayden Abby E. widow of Jabez B, 31 Orchard 

Hay den Caroline, milliner l28 Broad* 

Hayden Mary, widow of Lewis 128 Broad 

Hayes David, 7^4 Broad 

Hayes David A. att. and couna. 314 Broad r. 33 Smith 

Hayes George, jeweler Philadelphia 

Hayes Jabez W. jeweler 385 h. 383 Broad 



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Hayes & Co. Jabez W. jewelers 385 Broad 

Hayes John D. coach lace weaver 173 Mulberry 

Hayes Joseph, farmer Clinton Township n. Broad 

Hayes Mary, matron Orphan Asylum l!)4 High 

Hayes Oliver J. merchant Buenos Ai/res 

Ha^s Richard (col'd) laborer 86 Garden 

Hayes Flobert J. carpenter 60 Elm 

Hayes Samuel, 620 13road 

Hayes Wickliffe O. grocer and baker 178 Mulberry 

Hays Charles A. clerk 141 Plane 

Hays David J. 35 Broad 

Hays Enos W. carpenter 42 Lock 

Hays John, strest commissioner l41 Plane 

Hays Stejjhen, hatter 141 Plane 

Hayward Charles, carman 22J Church 

Headley Milton, dry goods 133 Market h. 99 Broad 

Headley Wm. O. sash and blinds 4 Comes h. 126 William 

Healey Nicholas, laborer 87 South Orange Avenue 

Healy George D. plater 14 Mechanic h. 1 Springfield ave. 

Healy James, 212 Washington 

Healy Jr, J; mes, morocco dresser 212 Washington 

Her 'y John, teacher 38 J Bieeker 

Healy Martin, laborer 10 Halsey's Alley 

Healy Philip, laborer 212 Washington 

Healy Peter, laborer 81 Plume 

Healy & Stivers, platers 15 Mechanic 

Healy Thomas, 89 Pennington 

Heaney James, carpenter U South Canal 

Heath Hugh, saddler 6 Columbia 

Healh John L. chair mfr. 370 Broad h. 12 Lafayette 

Heath Joseph, clerk State Bank r. 356 Broad 

Heath S. R. W. dry goods 286 Broad h. 23 Clinton 

Healh Willia* A. dry goods 2S6 Broad r. 97 Mulberry 

Heatherston John, laborer 22 Plume 

Heatiierton Patrick, currier I'J Lush 

Heaton Benjamin F. clothing 298 Broad r. 33 Clinton 

Heaion tj- Currie, clothing store 298 Broad 

HeMon Samuel O, clothing 276 Broad h. 33 Clinton 

Hebberd Gilbert C. cutter 118 Broad 

Hebburn William, saddler 6 Halsey 

Hebe Henry, blacksmith 32 Bridge 

Hebe John, laborer 53 River 

Hebe John, carman 55 River *• 

Heberton George, painter and glazier 95 Commerce 

Heberton. Geo. V. G. clerk 242 Broad r. 95 Commerce 

Heberton Jolin, dry goods 212 Broad r. 95 Commerce 

Heberton Reuel H. New York express r. 188 Broad 

Hebner Casper, laborer 3 Halsey's Court 



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Hebring Joseph, 38 Thomas 
Hebring Stephen, collar maker 38 Thomas 
Hebring Theodore, collar maker 10 Green 
Heck Jacob, butcher 77 West 
Heckney Frederick, laborer. 19 Baldwin 
Heckney George, collar maker 27 Bruen 
Heckney Mary, widow of Lewis 27 Bruen 
Heckney Peter, tailor rear 102 Church 
Hedden Aaron, mason Cimlon toivnship 
fledden Aaron, shoemaker 60 Catharine 
Hedden Alvan, crockery mer. 308 Broad r. City Hotel 
Hedden Andrew J. coach maker 250 Washington 
Hedden Binard J. carpenteir 1 h. 38 Orange 
Hedden Charles, 100 Bank 

Hedden Cyrus, South Orange ave. above Wallace 
Hedden Daniel, (col'd) laborer 9 Golden 
Hedden David B clerk lf5 Mechanic h 66 Halsey 
Hedden i>avid B. carriage maker 187 Washington 
Hedden Edwin, mason 136 Walnut 
Hedden Elias B. coach maker 3 Springfield Avenue 
Hedden Ephraim, dairyman Camptown Road 
Hedden Henry, shoemaker Orleans n Nesbitt 
Hedden Henry D. justice peace 294 Broad h 19 Com'rce 
Hedden Horace, shoemaker 6S Bank 
Hedden .lames N. 4 Garden 
Hedden James T. California 10 Smith 
Hedden John D. clerk 121 River h. 69 Ferry 
Hedden Joseph, farmer South Orange Av. above Wallace 
Hedden Josepha A. 21 Park 

Hedden Jotham, treasurer lime company Bridge dock 
Hedden Lydia, dress maker 418 Broad 
Hedden Lysander, shoemaker 57 Catharine 
Hedden Margaret P. widow of Samuel Lyons Farms 
Hedden Mary, widow of Uzal 580 High n. Qyarry 
Hedden Minard E. builder 1 12 Orange 
Hedden Obadiah, 37 Catharine 
Hedenberg Abraham, fancy store 254 Broad 
Hedenberg Edward L. coach m. 210 Market h. 66 Mulb'y 
Hedenberg James, 94 Commerce 
Hedenberg Jesse C. 382 Broad 
Hedenberg John C. Rahway Wo7-ks, N. J. 
Hedenberg & Little, light carriage manuf. 210 Market 
Hedenberg. Richard L. coach manuf 94 Commerce 
Heder John, cabinet maker rear 98 Church 
Hedges Andrew J. jeweler 43 Fair 
Hedges Daniel M shoemaker 95 William 
Hedges Henry C. 1 Plan, N. Y. 396 High 
Hedges Nathan, high school 42 Bank h. 396 High 
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146 pierson's 

Hedges Samuel, gone West 

Hedges Sarah C. widow of Elias 43 Fair 

Hedges Sarah I'', dress maker 43 Fair 

Heeb John, cane maker 127 Springfield Avenue 

Heeley William, jeweler 80 Kinney 

Heffer Paulding, pe-^lar 129 Sprjngfield Avenue 

Heffner Godfrey, cabinet maker 71 Boston 

Heffron John, currier 27 Soriber's Lane 

Hegel Joseph J. carman 51 Jones 

Heginbolhem John, shoemaker 24 Congress 

Heii Isaac, 63 North Canal 

Heiner Adam, baker 12 Longworth 

Heinisch Rochus, palent shears rear h. 114 Market 

Heilbron Seligman. upholsterer 43 West 

Heland George, tailor 12 Webster 

Helfrigh William, shoemaker 6 Fair 

Hell Frederick, cabinet maker 14 Scott 

Heller Casper, filer 9 New York 

Hellinger Francis C. bulcher 16 Centre Mar't h. 126 Wm, 

Hellougel Daniel, trunk maker 23 Broom 

Helmirech Conrad, butcher 12 Adams 

Helmlengyer Phillip, patent leather 20 Congress 

Helms Daniel, cutter 44 Bleeker 

Helms Jane, widow 5 Warren 

Helmstaedter Peter, tavern 25 River 

Helmsteder George, jeweler 10 Beach 

Hemat Bernhard. jeweler 65 Catharine 

Hemenover John. 39 Market 

Hemmall William, baker 11 Grand 

Hemmelman Joseph, tailor 154 South Market 

Hempes Frederick, laborer 20 Prince 

Henchy Patrick, dairyman 250 Elm 

Henderson Jamef^, iron and steel 186 r. 172 Market 

Henderson JjUcIus M. i95 Market 

Henderson Pdartha, widow of George 168 Washington 

Henderson Rev Matthew H. rector Trinity chh. 2 Park pi 

Henderson William, halter 44 Fair 

Uendrickson Charles, dairyman 103 Elm 

Hcndrickson Charles, carpenter 12 Plume . 

Hendrickson George, tailor 316 Broad 

Henmel John, laborer 24 Drift 

Henmeller Charles, jeweler 175a Mulberry 

Henn Robert, file cutter rear 24 Jackson 

Henner James, jeweler 93 South Broad 

Henniberry Mary, widow of William 40 River 

Hennion Alexander, 57 Slate 

Hennion Alexander, agent 56 New 

Hennion George W. saddle tree maker 11 Liberty 



NEWARK DIRECTORY, 147 

Hennion Sylvester C. boatm- n8 Comes 

Henry Christian, carpet weaver 238 Broad h. 39 Prince 

Henry James, laborer 4 Summit 

Henry James, carpenter 83 Plane 

Henry Jesse, trunii box maker 18 East Mechanic 

Henry Jesse, laborer basement Bethel Church 

Henry Robert G. grocer 367 Broad h. 21 Walnut 

Hensley Daniel, cutler 1 hum's Court 

Henson William, 36 Commerce 

Henson William S. engraver 151 Orange 

Herbert John, carpenter 65 Washington 

Herdman David, India rubber 87 Halsey 

Herdman Eunice, 2 Willow 

Herdman John H. currier 3 Vine 

Herdman William R. turner towpalh opposite jail 

Heriman Ellen, widow of Samuel 25 Quarry 

Heriman Hannah, widow of David 25 Quarry 

Herman John, cutler 34 Franklin 

Hermann Sebastian, tailor 77 South Prospect 

Hern Thomas, laborer Wilsey n Sussex avenue 

Hernlein Christian, tailor 40 Wallace 

Heron William, cloth cutter 194 Mulberry 

Herpers Ferdinand, jeweler 308 Washington 

Herrick John C. carpenter 36 South Market 

Herron Barney, founder 157 Quarry 

Herron Charles, laborer 157 Quarry 

Herron Catharine, widow of William 56 Union 

Hertlein Casper, basket maker 70 Ferguson 

Hervey James M. coach painter 6 New 

Herwick Conrad, tailor 139 Court 

Hesemon Bernard, shoemaker 1 13 Orange 

Hesscer Christian, carpenter 35 Grand 

HestofF Moses, currier 40 Mulberry 

Heterick Frederick, cooper Hamburg Place 

Heterick George, cooper 20 Congress 

Hetherton Patrick, currier 21 Lush 

Hetzel D. S. mechanics hotel 188 Broad 

Hetzel George, 97 South Canal 

Hewes Benjamin L. shoemaker 19 Warren ' 

Hewes Hester A. tailoress 82 Catharine 

Hewes James, blacksmith 21 Sussex avenue 

Hewes L. Joseph, machinist Union Iron W'ks h. 25 Bdge 

Hewes Mary, widow of Joseph 31 Orange 

Hewes Mary, 36 Church 

Hewes & Phillips, machinists Union Iron Works Meeker's 

Hewes Robert, farmer Orange n. Morris Canal 

Hewitt Horatio T. chronometer mfr. N Y. h. 109 Orange 

Hewitt Richard, wood turner rear 333 Broad r. 13 Fair 



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Hewitt Richard H. wood turner 13 Fair 

Hewlett Samuel, furrier 88 Plane 

Hewson Elleri, milliner 24 Plane 

Hewson James. 65 Com nerce 

Hewson John, jeweler 1 Kinney 

Hexamer F. C. tailor 90 South Orange avenue 

Hey Ahart. window shades Onmge n. Nesbitt 

Heyedcha August, shoemaker 22'J Washingtoo 

Hibhard , hatter 20 Ailing 

Hibler Josep^i S. (S. C. & Co.) H Cherry 
Hibler Nelson A. chair maker 114 Plane 
Hibler Samuel, tailor 14 Oileans 
Hickey John, hatier BO Orange 
Hickey John, tanner 20 Jamea 
Hickey Thomas, hatter 68 Orange 
Hicks Jason, 31 Franklin 
Ilicks John, (col'd) laborer 17 Golden 
Hicks Rachel, widow of Jason 31 Franklin 
■ Hicks Thomas E. coich maker 250 Market h. 2 Ward 
Hicks William H. student 308 8th avenue New York 
Hidley John, shoemaker 135 Plane^ 
Hiffi Augustus, varnish 618 Broad 
Higgins Daninl, hatier 215 Bank 
Higgins Isaac O tin manufacturer 25 Walnut 
Higgins James, hatter HuJson c. Warren 
Higgins John, laborer l57 Quarry 
Higgins Mark, halter l95 Bank h. 190 Academy 
Higgins Mary, dressmaker 7 Cottage 
Higgins Robert, wheelwright 688 Broad 
Higgins William, tanner 8 Stephens' Court 
Higginson Mary H. widow of John H. 20 Church 
High Street Brewery, 514 High 
Hild Francis, shoemaker 39 Market 
Hi^d Joseph, trunk maker l69 Court 
Hildebrand Ernest, carriage maker 162 Washington 
Hildeshimer George, shoemaker rear 31 Garden 
Hiley Jnhn, brewer 28 Marshall 
Hill Ambrose B. M. D 359 Broad h. 245 Plane 
Hill Augustus, druggist 358 Broad h. 245 Plane 
Hill Cornelias M. grocer 200 Broad h. 107 Plane 
Hill & Co. druggists 35^ Broad 
Hill Henry, prmter 31 Rankin 
Hill Jacob P. blacksmith 52 Crane 
Hill John, halter 643 High 
Hill John B. carpenter 46 Orange 
Hiller F.dward, beer house (basement) 121 Market 
Hillyer Edward T. alt. and couns. 116 Broad h. 31 Fulton 
Hilt Abali.na, widow of John ly8 Bank 
Hinie Christian, jeweler 26 Marshall 



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Himmel Catharine, widow of John 131 Springfield ave. 

Hinchman Horatio N. harness m. 4 Mech. 49 Columbia 

Hinchman Joseph, patent leather 18 Fair li. 110 Walnut 

Hinds Silas P. music tea:her 26'J Brond h. 25 Warren 

Hineld Michael, comb maker rear 98 Church 

Hines Jane, tailoress 217 Washington 

Hines John, cabinet maker 82 Academy 

Hiniile James G. segar maker 471 High 

Hinman Amanda, widow of Lafayette 46 South Canal 

Hippie John, carpenter 101 South Prospect 

Hisner John, jeweler 208 Rail Road avenue 

Hitchcock Abraham, farmer 227 North Broad 

Hitchcock Charlolte, 227 North Broad 

Hitchcock Robert, harness maker 12 South Market 

Hiugk Jacob, butcher 77 West 

Hoag James, laborer, 214 Mulberry < 

Hoagland Hannah, widow of William 17 Franklin Place 

Hoagland John T. coach trimmer 590 Broad 

Hoagland Wm. cabinet ma'^er 84 Union 118 McWborter 

Hoay Patrick, shoemaker 17 Sheffield 

Hobbis Thomas, jeweler 156 Elm 

Hock George, gas pipe layer 163 South Market 

Hector John, laborer 74 North Canal 

Hodson James, shoemaker 12 Beach 

Hoerner H. carpenter 81 West 

Hoferker Anthony, laborer 5 Broad 

Hoffman Adam, cabinet maker 16 Longworth 

Hoffman Andrew, basket maker 259 Broad 

Hoffman & Brothers Z. M. jewelers 175a Mulberry 

Hoffman Christian, jeweler 195 Mulberry 

Hoffman Frederick, jeweler 265 Rail Road avenue 

Hoffman John, hatter 208 Rail Road avenue 

Hoffman John G. sergeant at arms 200 Hamburg Place 

Hoffman Max, jeweler & silversm. 175a Mulb'y c. Beach 

Hoffman William, frame maker rear 18 Church 

Hoffman William, jeweler 1"9 Mulberry 

Hoffmister , jeweler 43 William 

Hofses John, jeweler 440J Broad h. 10 Longworth 

Hogan George, mason 22 Bleeker 

Hogan Moses, boot fitter 65 Washington 

Hogan Thomas, patent laather 162 Lock 

Holbrook Albert M. cloth cutter 34 Smith 

Holbrook A. Stephen, book and job printer rear 333 Broad 

h. 15 Bank « 

Holbrook Elizabeth B. widow of Andrew L. 210 Elm 
Holbrook Sophia, widow of Amos 34 Smith 
Hole Joseph W. tailor 37 Broom 
Holden Cornelius H. tailor Pierson's Alley 
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Holden Edmund H. carman 20 North Essex 

Holden Eliza R. widow of Horatio ()6 Bank 

Hulden Franklin, grocer 87 Broad h. 79 Orange 

Holden & Co. F. grocers 87 Broad 

Holden George, butcher 9 Centre Mkt. h. 24 Commerce 

Holden Henry, 2d mate Bark Griffon California 

Holden Sarah, r. 19 Bridge 

Holden Susan, widow of Henry 11 Mulberry 

Holden Thomas, japanner 31 Arch 

Hoi ford Joseph, varnish maker 47 East Kioney 

Holland John, laborer 38 Brown 

Holland Margaret, widow of John 3 Duraad 

Holland Michael, gardner 34 Bridge 

Holland Eliza, widow of Charles W. 30 Quarry 

Holle Edward, baker 173 Mulberry 

HoUenbach Francis, tailor 20 Upper JeflTerson 

HoUingsworth George, painter Orleans n. Orange 

Hollingsworth Joseph, currier 159 h. 1<{4 Washington 

Hollister Benjamin F. hatter 52 Columbia 

HoUister Howell W. saddler Virfrinia 21 Franklin 

Holloway Daniel, cabinet mfr. 65 Market h. 1 10 Comhierce 

HoUoway Eli, cabinet warehouse 134 h. 132 Broad 

Holloway Joel, shoemaker 206 South Broad 

Holloway John M. clerk 290 r. 132 Broad 

Hollum Moses, hatter 188 Orange 

Holmes Elizabeth, 18 Ailing 

Holmes Gabriel, (cold) 13 Division Place 

Holmes John, tanner 40 Broom 

Holmes John, iron moulder 333 Broad h. 28 Riter 

Holmes Joseph, tanner 40 Broom 

Holmes Mary, widow of Alexander 7 Oak 

Holmes Roswell W". clothier 3-23 Broad 

Holmes Samuel, teamster First n. Rail Road 

Holmes William M. currier 32 Nesbitt 

Holt John H. shoemaker 10 Marshall 

Holt Miranda, 1 Merchant 

Holt William, hatter 9 Green 

Holton Joseph, wagon maker 103 South Prospect 

HoltoH Martin, blacksmith 6 Comes 

Holyland Charles J. engraver 297 Broad h. Camptown 

Honnecker Michael, shoemaker 40 Richmond 

Honeyball James, baker 81 Halsey 

Honeywell John, 40 Spring 

Honeywell Jr. John, 40 Spring 

HoneywelT Stephen, japanner 41 Warren 

Hood Frederick, liquor merchant 136 Washington 

Hoof Harvey, laborer 46 Bloomfield avenue 

Hooley Christopher, hatter 39 Warren 

Hopkins Barney, laborer 45 Brown 



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Hopkins Henry T. plater 11 Waid 

fjopkins Michael, hatier 121 Sheffield 

jjupkins Michael, cabinet maker 209 Mulberry 

Hopp John, tailor 47 Prince 

Hoppen Francis, wheelwright 275 Nesbitt 

Hopper Abraham, blacksmitti 114 New 

Hopper Albert P. carman 78 Kinney 

Hopper Cornelius, mason 107 Walnut 

Hopper Eleanor, 8.'J Catharine 

Hopper Henry, jeweler 43 Walnut 

Hopper Peter, supervisor Morris Canal 102 Warren 

Hopper Stephen D. jeweler 28 Ward 

Hopper Thomas, sawyer 34 South Market 

Hopper Waller W. patent leather 30 Plane 

Hopper William, tailor 229b Washington 

Hopperton George, grocer 55 Hamilton c Ward 

Hopping Charles, clerk 35 Bridge • 

Hopping Charles L. clerk 95 New 

Hopping & Cooper, hardware 109 Broad 

Hopping Cynthia, dress maker 16 Halsey 

Hopping Electa M. 224 Washington 

Hopping & Co. E. M. grocers 224 Washington 

Hopping Elias M. grocer 224 Washington 

Hopping Moses C. clerk 39 Ferry 

Hopping Phebe W. widow of Tames F. 20 Bridge 

Hopping Theodore A. hardware 109 Broad h. 20 Bridge 

Hopwood Joseph, hatter 107 Orange 

Hopwood Richard, hatter 83 Halsey 

Hopwood William, hatter 99 Orange h. 103 Broad 
Hoppy William, harness maker 1 16 Mill 

Horman George, farmer 165 Academy 

Horn John, shoemaker 225 Batik 

Horn Peter, segar maker 125 South Prospect 

Horn Phillip, tailor 25 Charlton h. 4i Scott 

Horn Thomas Y. segar maker 559 High 

HornblowerHon. Joseph C couns. at law 6 Park place 

Hornung Gottleib, tailor 29 Prince 

Hornung Lewis, baker 131 Springfield avenue 

Horrocks Francis, hame maker 48 Lawrence 

Horton John, teacher Quarry n. Broad 

Horton John A. saddler 207 Market h. 101 Mulberry 

Horton Mary O. widow of Joshua C. 15 Garden 

Horton Silas, carpenter Boyden n. Orange 

Houseman Henry, spring maker 38 Spring 

Housser Frederick, cooper 7 Church 

Hovey Lewis, jeweler 34 Columbia 

Howard'Deborah, U South Essex 

Howard Eunice, 98 Plane 

Howard George P. oyster saloon 140 Broad 



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Howard George W. cloth scourer 142 Broad 

Howard Harmon, shoemaker 44 Quarry 

Howard Henry L. carpenter 35 (Jamp 

Howard Lewis, zinc works 23 Kast River 

Howard Maria D. dressmaker 11 Soulh Essex 

Howard Samuel, cigar store 3 New 

Howard Whitfield, carpenter 182 Plane 

Howarth James VV. 2 North Canal 

Howe James, (col'd) rear 41 Mechanic 

Howe Orlando B. trunk manufacturer 46 Bank 

Howell Abner P. coach manuf. 36 Harrison h. 4l Bank 

Howell Charles J. Elizabethtown h. 164 Plane 

Howell David P. mason lOfi Catharine 

Howell & Dawson, curriers 72 Market 

Howell & Dawson, japan leather mfrs. Wilsey c. New 

Howell fJeorge, 164 Plane 

Howell Henry H. japanner 6 Nuttman 

Howell James, fireman 35 0gden 

Howell John B. grocer Souih Prospect c Garden 

Howell Mary R widow of John C. 167 Market 

Howell Samuel M. currier 82 Market h 70 Halsey 

Howell Stephen, 164 Plane 

Howell Stephen M. Columbia^ S. C. 

Howell Stephen S. coach maker Morristown, N. J. 

Howell Theodore P. currier 72 Market h. 31 Academy 

Howell William A. clothier 294 Broad h. 164 Plane 

Howell William R. select school Clinton h. 14 Court 

Howheldin Frederick, carpenter 14 Broora 

Howkins William, jeweler 23 Garden 

Hoylan Timothy, laborer 150 Lock 

Hoyt Hannah, widow of William F. 11 Court 

Hubbell Algernon S. atty. & couns. 312 Broad h. 36 Kinney 

Huber Henry, bridle maker 243 Broad 

Huber J. P. architect 1 Washington Hall h. 12 Nesbitt 

Huber Lewis, carpenter 23 Wilsey 

Huber & Schrag, architects 320 Broad 

Hubert Alexander, 36 River 

Hubert John, tailor 17 Upper Jefferson 

Hubschmann John, trunk maker 63 Mercer 

Hudner William, gardner Orleans n. Nesbitt 

Hudson Henry C. mustard mfr. Hedenberg's h. 126 Plane 

Hudson John P. carpenter 260 Washington 

Hudson Mary, 126 Plane 

Hudson Robert, gardener 325 North Broad 

Hudson William K. carpenter 14 South Essex 

Hudson William T. carpenter 24 Bank 

Hug Charles, tailor 39 Prince 

Hugh Phillip, shoemaker 35 Montgomery 



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Hughes Charles, segar maker 41 Prince 

Hughes Charles H. 2 Columbia 

Huyhes Charles W. saddler 57 Lafayette 

Hughes Cornelius, upholsterer lo8 Broad 

Hughes Francis, laborer 217 Warren 

Hughes George D. California 

Huglies Eliza, widow of James 5 Durand 

Hughes Issachar, trunk maker 70 Piano 

Hughes John, 174 Plane 

Hughes John R. machinist 137 Orange 

H^jghes Mary Ann, 2 Columbia 

Huglison Elias D. paper hangings 134 Market h. 35 Camp 

Hughson Phioeas, mason 1 Brunswick 

Huglison Rachel, widow of Peter 3!J Chestnut 

Hughslon James, tailor 108 Springfield Avenue 

Hulett D. S. jeweler 400 tJroad 

Hull Elizabeth, 25 William 

Hull Jeremiah, charcoal seller 216 Washington 

Hull John S. tanner 52 r. 37 Market 

Hull Sheldon A. saddler 34 Columbia 

Hull Jr. Warner, shoemaker 2.J7 Washington 

Hullfish William W. moulder 19 Spring 

Hullsten Adam, tailor 29 West 

Hulzebosch John, blacksmith 7 New York 

Human Albert, hatter 60 Stale 

Human E^liza, 275 Nesbitt 

Humell Henry, r. r. h. 13 Lafayette 

Humes John, 37 Academy -^ 

Humes Sari^h, widow nurse 6 South Market 

Humes William, clerk 37 Academy 

Humphreys James, machinist 25 Franklin 

Humphreys John, blacksmith 26 Elm 

Humphreyville Isabella, widow of Jacob l5l Academy 

Hundertpfund Jacob, umb. mfr 111 Market h. 31 Shipman 

Huni Adolph, painter 11!) Springiield avenue 

Hunniwell John, shoemaker 22 William 

Hunt Ann, 3 Arch 

Hunt David, porter house 126 Market 

Hunt Edward T. teacher 23 New h. 148 Broad 

Hunt I'ilisha, blacksmith i)l South Broad 

Hunt Francis, polisher 19 Orleans 

Hunt George F. clerk 133 Market r. 7 Camfield 

Hunt Joel, shoemaker 192 Plane 

Hunt Mary Ann, dressmaker 54 William 

Hunt Susan. 3 Arch 

Hunt Thomas C. carpenter Orleans n. Orange 

Hunter Alfred, table knife m. Sheffield c. State 145 Quarry 

Hunter Eleanor, widow of Robert, 170 Mulberry 



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164 piekson's 

Hunter Eliza T. widow of William 256 South Market 
Hunter Jolin, tailor 63 Plane 

Hunter John H. carriage maker 256 South Market 
Hunter Robert M. tailor 2^2 Broad h. 30 Clinton 
Hunter Thomas, saddler 54 Lafayette 
Hunting Horace 1. clerk 311 Broad r. 46 Smith 
Huntley Charles, shoemaker 10 Montgomery 
Huntley Charles G. straw hat presser 126 Broad 
Huntington Jonathan E. forwarding mer. Comraer. dock 

h. 21 Commerce 
Huntsman James, house mover 169 Commerce 
Huntsman Mary Ann, tailoress 169 Commerce 
Hurd Alfred, engineer 23 Franklin Place 
Hurley William, hatter rear 77 Academy 
Huston Elias, transportation line 33 Broad 
Huston Hugh, weaver 33 Broad 
Huston John, mason 27 State 
Huss George J. organist 3d Church r. 366 Broad 
Hutchings Abraham, 22 h 49 Hamilton 
Hutchinps Ezra, shoemaker 90 Kinney 
Hutchings George, tailor 30 Front 
Hutchinson George, baker 52 Broad 
Hutchinson Hiram, Pres. India rubber Inc. Pi. h. 14 Smith 
Hutchinson Mary Ann, 28 Bleeker 
Hutchinson Matthias, (col'd) laborer 8 Prince 
Hutson Francis P. blacksmith 12 North Essex 
Hutson Jacob, carpenter 32 North Essex 
Hutson John, japanner 12 iiprth Essex 
Hutson Noah, japanner 6 North Essex 
Hyde Lyman, beer maker 120 Lock 
Hyde Mrs. 63 Washington 
Hyer John, bar tender 5'.) Halsey 
Hyland William, shoemaker 44 Mulberry 
Hyndman John, lace weaver 88 Bank 

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lanson John, ship carpenter 14 East River 
III Joseph, (col'd) rear 123 Market 
Ilsley Edward, carpenter 109 Orchard 
Ilsley Francis L professor of music 122 Mulberry 
imphoff John, tailor 135 Court 
Ingalls Caldwell, teacher 3 Pavonia PL J. City 
Ingalls Putnam, merchant 3 Pavonia PI- J. City 
Ingalsbe Hiram, clerk 2fi6 Broad h. 21 Bank 
Ingleton Edward, harness maker 118 Mulberry 
Ingmire Rev. Wm. Pastor 2d adv. chh. 4 Keen's Court 
Ingmire Wm. R. axe manf. rear 333 Bd. h. 4 Keen's Court 
Ingraham Henry K. clothier 81 Cedar N. V. h. 274 Broad 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 155 

Ingraham William T. Augusta, Geo. 

Insiee A. machinist Inclined Plane h. 5 Bleeker 

Inslee William R. machinist 385 Broad h. 16 South Essex 

Ireland Johnson, boatman 22 Cherry 

Irion John, shoemaker 44 Lush 

Irvin Byron, shoestore 28-2 Broad 

Irvin William, blacksmith 47 Commercial h. 27 Jefferson 

Irvine Margaret, widow of Alexander 32 Fulton 

Irving John, baker and grocer 77 Green 

Irving William, tailor 130 Broad 

Irwin Richard, saddler 3 Stephens' Court 

Irwine Lenox R. saw set manf. rear 333 Bd. h. 63 Walnut 

Ives Jason, axle manufr. 5 R. R. ave. r. SkJ Commerce 

Ives Solon E., 5 R. R. ave. r. 32 Commerce 

Ives & Sons, axle manufrs. 5 R. R. avenue 

Ives William W. 5 R. R. ave r. 32 Commerce 



Jackson Ann, widow 54 William 

Jackson Benjamin P. carriage maker 11 Comes 

Jackson Cato, (col'd) laborer l2-2 Baldwin _ 

Jackson Charles D. (col'd) barber 400 h. 398 Broad 

Jackson Daniel H. master mason 68 VValnut • 

Jackson Edward E. mansion house Dove7\ N. J. 

Jackson Esther, 13 't^'^arren 

Jackson Henry, (col'd) gardner 12-3 Baldwin 

Jackson Jacob, currier 11 Camfield 

Jackson James, (col'd) rear 37 Warren 

Jackson James N. carpenter ll7 Union 

Jackson John A. laborer rear 342 Rail Road avenue 

Jackson John N. painter 117 Union 

Jackson John P- att. & couns. & Vice Pres. N. J. R. R. 

& T. Co. 312 h. 384 Broad 
Jackson & Jol'ey, mansion house Dover. N.J. 
Jackson Joseph B. m. d. 181 Broad c Rector 
Jackson Lucinda (t'ol'd) washing 21 Somerset 
Jackson Margaret, (coTd) IR Mill 
Jackson Peter, hoops &c. l3 Commercial h. 439 Broad 
Jackson Peter (col'd) vegetables foot Oliver 
Jackson Reuben, turner 15 Hamilton 
Jackson Reuel H. hatter 261 Washington 
Jackson Samuel, m. d. U. S Navy 271 North Broad 
Jackson Samuel (col'd) 40 Springfield avenue 
Jackson Sarah, widow of Isaac 31 Monroe 
Jackson Thomas, (col'd) 8 Prince 
Jackson Thomas, (col'd) 40 Springfield avenue 
Jackson Thomas, (col'd) laborer 56 Mill 
Jackson William, capt. schr. Venus 23 Bridge 



156 pierson's 

Jackson William, lumber 13 Coram, h. 16 Park Chh. Pi. 

Jackson William li. blacksmith 32 Lafayette 

Jacob August, tailor 6a Fair 

Jacob John, chair maker So Grand 

Jacob John, tailor, staffer & preparer of birds 23 William 

Jacobus Aaron D. moulder 32 Nesbitt 

Jacobus Abraham I painter 125 Broad 

Jacobus Anna, widow of James II Mulberry 

Jacobus Archibald, carman 5 Cross 

Jacobus Charles, blacksmi'.h 12 Arch 

Jacobus Cornelius, mason 25 North Essex 

Jacobus Cornelius H. saddle tree maker 11 Hamilton 

Jacobus Cornelius I. currier 84 Market h. 103 Plane 

Jacobus Delia A. dressmaker 5 Cross 

Jacobus Eliza, widow of John Jr. 64 State 

Jacobus Elizabeth, widow padsewer 6 North Canal 

Jacobus Elizabeth, widow of Henry nurse Newark 

Jacobus Isaac M mason 73 State 

Jacobus Jacob, shoemaker 63 William 

Jacobus .lacob B letter carrier 72 Orleans 

Jacobus, widow of James 22 Bieeker 

Jacobus James J. patent leather Newark n. Sussex ave. 

Jacobpg James P. I'^^l Elm 

Jacol'Us John, hammer maker Newark n. Canal 

Jacobus Ji;hn A. vegetables C. M. 17 New 

Jacobus John I. shoo mfr. 140 Market h. 159 Plane 

Jacobus Jo!in M. master mason 73 Slate 

Jacobus Rev. M. VV, 51 Remsen, Brooklyn, Is I. 

Jacobus Mrs. Martha. 33 Fair 

Jacobus N^ilson, carpenter 11 Franklin Place 

Jacobus Nicholas \. mason 81 Plane 

Jacobus Nicholas H. saddle tree maker 78 Plane 

Jacobus Holer, 21 Park Place 

Jacobus Uichard I. 25 North Essex 

Jacobus Richard I. carman 39 Halsey 

Jacobus, Tichenor & (^o. shoe manufacturers 140 Market 

Jacobus & Utter, leather and oi' dealers 84 Market 

Jacobus William C. brass founder 169 Mulberry 

Jacobus William H. seaman 5 Sheffield 

Jagers SiPphen, rule maker Inclined Plane h. 24 Nesbitt 

James Anthony, (col'd) laborer 7 Marshall 

James James, morocco finisher 180 Plane 

James John, tailor 209 Plane 

James Josiah, turner 15 Hamilton 

James J<>siali,clotti .store l-l4i h. 110 Broad 

James Lydia, tailoress 6 Broad 

James Miry, (col'd) 7 Marshall 

James & Co. Nathaniel E. tin manuf. 98 Railroad ave. 



NEWAnK DIRECTORY. 157 

Jager Anthony, lock maker 66 Court 
James Thomas, farmer 2f Broad 
James William, (col'd) waiter steamboat 7 Marshall 
James William, 8 Smith 
Jamison James, hatter 1 Nesbitt's Court 
Jamison John, gardner 1 Nesbitt's Court 
Jansqn John E. accountant 2 Beaver li. flO Boston 
Jaquellard David, cooper 35 Hamburg Place 
Jaqueneil Henry, jeweler 13 Kair 
Jaques Dorcas, widow of David 59 Orange 
Jaques Henry H. hatmanuf. 2 Beaver h. 13 Clinton 
Jaques John B. cloth cutter 276 Broad h. 29 Warren 
Jaques John H. halter 71 Spring 
Jaques Thomas R- trunk maker 4 Camfield 
Jaques Wm. S, mer. tailor 240 Broad h. 33 Commerfce 
Jarvis Benjamin A- butcher 63 Plane 
Jarvis Harriet R- widow of Richard jr. 4 James 
Jarvis John W. tinman 4 Academy 
Jarvis Samuel A. saddler 19 Warren 
Jarvis Thomas, cutler 1 19 Sheffield 
Jayne Isaac, bowling saloon I h. 8 Ferry 
Jayne William, India rubber 15 Orleans 
Jefferson .Ann, widow of Thomas 53 Upper Jefferson 
Jefferson Joseph, hatter 53 Upper Jefferson 
Jeffreys Henry, boot crimper 21 Nesbitt 
Jehu Thomas, fancv store 1G8 l70 Broad 
Jelliff John, cabinet manuf. 301 303 Broad h. 206 Wash. 
Jelliff Wesley, cabinet maker 206 Washington 
Jenkins .\mbrose, tailor 3'J Lush 

Jenkins Benjaiiiin N. lock manuf. 6 Mechanic h. 36 B^nk 
Jenkins & Co. Benjamin N. locksmiths. 6 Mechanic 
Jenkins David, gilder 12 Mercer 
Jenkins David B. mason 30 Lush 
Jenkins Henry, saddlet.ee riveter 10 Garden 
Jenkins Everett, cooper 256 South Market 
Jenkins Isaac L. carpenter 3-3 Lush 
Jenkins Joseph, patent leather 112 Tichenor 
Jenkins Louisa S. 16 Kinney 
Jinkins Lucinda, wido^v of Moses L 24 Court 
Jenkins Nelson, saddletree riveter Philadelphia 
Jenkins Rachel, widow 36 Bank 
Jennings David, Charleston S. C. 207 Market 
JenninT;3 John C. jeweler Hamilton c Union 
Jennings & .Mockridge, jewelers Hamilton c. Union 
Jennings Samiiel C. printer 37 Market 
Jenninj's William H. muson 11 Union 
Jepson James C. cu'rier 124 Broad 
Jessup Charles, Hedenbergs. '235a Washington 

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Jessup Willfam, 421 Broad 

Jesaup William C. (Wriglit, BuH & Co.) Augusta Geo. 

Jewell Aaron C grocer 9J llaniiltori 

JewellJonaihan B blacksmith 9 Hamilton 

Jewell Sarah, widow of Richard S. J. 122 Plane 

Jillson James R. hat trimmings 271 Broad h. 36 William 

Jinkins Benjamin, clam merchant 27 Cherry 

Jin kins Smith, West Bloomfield 

Jobes John, brake tender 43 Chestnut 

Johnson Aaron C farmer Clinlon Camplown road 

Johnson Abraham, (colVI) 20 Academy 

Johnson Abraham H. hay dealer 177 Elizabethtown road 

Johnson Abby, 132 Washingt( n 

Johnson Albert G. tailor 88 Kinney 

Johnson Alfred C varnish m. 222 h. 196 Mulberry 

Johnson Alonzo, harness maker I2 Elm 

Johnson Cassar, (coi'd) woodsawer 20 Durand 

Johnson Catharine, widow of David D. 397 Broad 

Johnson Caihariiie. 132 Washington c. Academy 

Johnson Daniel A. varnish 222 Mulberry h. 12 Elm 

Johnson David, shoemaker 40 Kinney 

Johnson Davis V. wood & coal 2 Commercial h. 61 Mulfa'y 

Johnson Edward, laborer 48 North Broad 

Johnson Ephraira, carpenier 344 Broad 

Johnson George, hair spinner Walnut c. S, Prospect 

Johnson Geo. T. butcher 2 centre mkt. h. Clinton township 

Jol.nson Henrietta A. tailoress 1 Division 

Johnson Henry, meat store 390 Broad h. 106 Cburcb 

Johnson Henry D. carman 16 Court 

Johnson Henry L. California 125 Plane 

Johnson Jane E. widow of VVilliam 7 Stephen's Court 

Johnson Hermon G. grocer 385 Broad h. Il5 Mulberry 

Johnson Deborah, widow of Isaac F. 29 VV^alnut 

Johnson Jacob, coffee and spice manuf. 53 Mechanic b. 

84 Mulberry 
Johnson James, (c^-l'd) 79 Mercer n. Grand 
Johnson James H. carpenter 49 Mechanic 
Johnson Jeremiah, (col'd) 297 South Broad 
Johnson John, merchant Charleston S. C- 366 Broad 
Jolmson John A. buil !er i'26 Plane c William 
Johnson John C. curiier 20 Garden h. 29 Walnut 
Johnson John H. cJa>;sical school 17 Liberty 
Johnson Joseph, (col'd) rear 75 Garden 
Johnson Jo^;i:ih, Clinton ton nship Camptown road 
Johnson LevMs iM. carpenter 426 Broad 
Johnson Mary, widow of Siephen 692 Broad 
Johnson Moses, soap boiler b8 Kinney 
Johnson Moses W. shoemaker 136 Chestnut 



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NEWARK DIRECTORY. 159 

Johnson Nancy, widow 100 Halsey 

Johnson Nathaniel, 1 Elizahetldown Road 

Johnson Peter, (col'd) laborer 3 Gulden 

Johnson Samuel, currier 18S Broad 

Johnson Samuel, (col'd) 121 Baldwin 

Johnson Samuel L carriage maknr 23 Rankin 

Johnson Sarah C. widow of Davitl L. 1 Division 

Johnson Thomas, painter Clinton township 

Johnson Thomas, clerk r. !i8 Plane 

Johnsi'>n Thomas, farmer 1 EHzabethtown road 

Johnson Thonaas V, wholesale grocer Comnaercial Dock 

h. Bink c. Wallace 
Johnson & Co. T. V. Newark and N. Y. Transporta. Co. 

1 Commercial Dock 
Johnson Ilzal, miller 1'25 EUzaheihtown road 
Johnson VVilliam, laborer 323 iVorlh Broad * 
Johnson William, huckster I Commerce h. 37 S. Essex 
Johnson William, meat and fruii Si Broad h. 49 Orange 
Johnson William, shoemaker 2;> Kinney 
Johnson William, joiners tools 3 4 Morili Canal 
Johnson William, jeweler 174 Mulberry 
Johnson William L. india rubber 24 Comes 
Johnson William H. iiatter 3 Scott 
Johnston Andrew, ^8 Orchard 

Johnston Robert, machinist 24 Sheffield 

Johnston Robert, baker 403 Broad 

Joline David, catriage trimmer 115 Orchard i0^ 

Jolley J. B. Mansion house Dover, N. J. 

Jolly Samuel, baker 110 McWhorter 

Jones Abner D. baker 153 Broad 

Jones Abraham, grocer and baker 44 Ferry c- Union 

Jones Abraham P. 1 Harrison h 6') Market 

Jones Alexander, plater 74 Plane 

Jones Andrew, blacksmith 14 Summit 

Jones Charles L. clerk Old Bank 3 1 Green 

Jones Christiana, widow of Humphrey 112 Orange 

Jones Dagid, 104 Mulberrv 

Jones David, saddler 24 Ferry 

Jones Edward, 59 Market 

Jones Edward E. leather mer. 60 Market h. 39 Comnoerce 

Jones George F. hatter 14 Baldwin 

Jones George H. city coffee house 132 Market 

Jones Hannah, tailoress 21 Bank 

Jones Henry, 6-2 Mulberry 

Jones Henry, turner 91 South Broad 

Jones Henry C. bank locks 90 R. R. av.h. 39 Liberty 

Jones Henry F. carpenter -iS Congress 

Jones Henry M. trimmer l5l h 153 Broad 



160 pierson's 

Jones James B. blacksftiiih 10! Washington 

Jones James E. engineer 24 Hamilton 

Jones Johni bulton manuf. 10-i South Orange avenue 

Jones John, press tool 129 Broad 

Jones John, victualing house I6l Market 

Jones John 0. cabinet maimer 14 Baldwin 

Jones Joseph W. foot South 

Jones Mary, w idow of Rev. John 156 Railroad avenue 

Jones Margaret W. widow of .\bram W. 22 Broad 

Jones Moses A. harness maker 14 Baldwin 

Jones Richard, shoemaker 26 Drift • 

Jones Richard, zinc mir. 1 Park Place 

Jones Samuel, tinner 31 Green 

Jones Samuel C. secretary lime and cement Company h. 

Oran:^e N. J. 
Jones Samnel S. shoemaker 123 Plane 
Jones Stephen, laborer 1 i 15a!dwin 
Jones Thomas, saddler 120 Ferry 
Jones William, boot fitter 174 Bank 
Joralemon Alexander, hnniess maker 37 South Canal 
Joralemon Alexander, plater 12 Franklin Place 
Joralemon Cornelius C machinist 2 Clay 
Joralemon &. Fielding, lock mfrs. 22 Mechanic 
Joralemon George, blacksmith 34 Quar jy 
Joralemon lltnry J. blacksmith 21 or 23 Broad 
Joralemon James N. spring mfr. 72 Clay h. Harrison 
Joralemon Jcrad, saddletree maker 75 Ferry 
Joralemon John C. carpenter foot Oliver 
Joralemon John H. carpenter incjuire 71 Ferry 
Joralemon John P. lock maker ~2 Mechanic h. 13 Cherry 
Joralemon J. Sansom, student 8 State 
Joralemon Leah, nurs3'll Cherry 
Joralemon Nicholas, carpenter 12 Franklin Place 
Joralemon Nicholas H. Iiatter 18 Fair h. Si Commerce 
Jordon James, japanner 107 South Prospect 
Jordon Julius, jeweler 54 !\lulberry 
Jordon Lyman, m. d 58 New 
Jube John P. plating 5 Mechanic h. 83a Mulberry 
Judson James P. clerk ^Alldleville 
Judson Sylvester D. 43 Chestnut 
Justice Miss Mary. 103 Market 

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Kaacy Barney, currier 15 Church 
Kaddin Patrick, currier 7 Summit 
Kaden John, japanned leather 117 Sheffield 
Kahough Eliza, widow rear 48 Lawrence 
Kammerer Adam, locksmith Dover 



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NEWARft DIRECTORY. 161 

Kane Edward, mason 109 Quarry 
Kane Francis, laborer 54 Brown 
Kane Patrick, laborer 39 North Hroad 
Kane Thomas, farmer 53 North Broad 
Kanouse J. Alfred Cahforma 700 Hroad 
Kapel Charles, cooper i Stephens'* Court 
Karen Christian, jeweler 242 Mulberry 
Karey Adam, blacksmith 2 Chapel Court 
Kase John H. dry j^,oods 290 h. 350 Broad 
Kassler Anthony, tailor 30 Goble 
Kauffman Ignatz, jeweler 307 Washington 
Kaufman William, architect 2\ Scott 
Kaup Solomon, steam saw mill foot Clay 
Kavan Edward, ship carpenter 42 Uiver 
Kavenaugh Michael, blacksmith 48 Spring 
Kay Miss Hannah, 12 Liberty 
Kealey Edward, laborer 96 East River 
Kearnan John, laborer 157 Feiry 
Kearney Abraham G ship carpenter 9 Longworth 
Kearney Barnard, school I New \ 

Kearney Elizabeth, (col'd) widow of Wm. B. 19 Academy 
Kearney John, currier and grocer 209 Plane 
Kearney Michael, laborer 5;3 Orange 
Kearney Michael, currier 174 Plane 
Kearney William, machinist 36 Union 
Kearny Archibald, 485 Broadicmj, N. Y. h. 199 N. Broad 
Keegan Michael, grocer 55 Academy 
Keen Catharine, widow of Henry 5 Springfield Ave. 
Keen Elizabeth, widow of Nathan 27 North Essex 
Keen George A. clothier '288 h. 421 Broad 
• Keen Lucinda, 75 Mulberry 
Keene James, 4 Cedar 
Keene Michael, laborer 3 Newark 
Keene Wallace, hatter 112 Bank 
Keene William T. clerk 4 Cedar 
Keep David C. jeweler 09 River h. 198 Market 
Keeran Owen, laborer 81 Plume 
Kehoe James, currier 8 Greeii 
Kehoe Patrick, tailor 101 Quarry 
Keil Augustus, carpenter 310 Washington 
Keiser Theodore, tailor 237 Washingtow 
Keisler Charles, engraver 28 William 
Keisler John, 19 Warren 
Kelemen Atilla J. m. d. 2T3 Market 
Kelleman Gotlob, tinsmith 45 Mulberry 
Keller Michael, mason Jones n. Springfield Avenue 
Keller Always, gardner 15 Scott 
Kelley Andrew, cutter 294 Broad h. 63 Catharine 

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162 pierson's 

Kelley Ann, widow of Richard W. 116 Commerce 

Kelley Bridget, fancy store -242 Market 

Kelley Bridget, widow of Peter 171 Washington 

Kelley Daniel, wheelwright 4G Union 

Kelley D.wid S. blacksmith 1 1 Bank h. 73 Academy 

Kelley Edward, cooper lOO Bank 

Kelley Edward, laborer South Market n. Congress 

Kelley Harvey, hatter lOO Ferry 

Kelley Jehoakim P. carpenter 60 Walnut 

Kelley James, variety store 142 Broad 

Kelley James R carman 23 Ogden 

Kelley John, tailor and cloth scourer G8 Catharine 

Kelley John, flagger 125 Broad 

Kelley Joseph, hat m. 40 Market h. 2(5 Halsey 

Kelley Martin, laborer rear l27 Nesbitt 

Kelley & Meyer, hat manufacturers 4o Market 

Kelley Nancy, widow of William 246 Plane 

Kelley Patrick, coach maker 68 Catharine 

Kelley Sarah, widow of Charles Y. 23 Ogden 

Kelley Stephen, laborer 520 Ferry 

Kelley Thomas, laborer 26 Ridge 

Kelley & Tichenor, blacksmiths 11 Bank 

Kelley William, tinman 1 Springfield Avenue 

Kelley William, coachsmith 1 Fair 

Kelley William, carpenter 345 Washington 

Kelley William, laborer 17 River 

Kelley William L. shoemaker 12 Broom 

Kellord John, tailor 3 Gallager's Court 

Kelly Joseph B. cabinet maker 4 Scott h. 209 Mulberry 

Kelly Robert, shoemaker 12 Broom 

Kelly Robert, cabinet maker 209 Mulberry 

Kelsey Jared, 16 Commerce 

Kemp Eliza, vest maker 108 Plane 

Kemp Samuel, hatter 22 Ailing 

Kemp Susan, vest maker 108 Plane 

Kemp William A. halter 41 Columbia 

Kemper Joanna, teacher 23 Quarry 

Kendall Thomas, shoemaker 40 Upper Jefferson 

Kendig George, tailor 34 Market h. 23 Catharine 

Kennedy D. S, variety store lOl Market 

Kennedy James, Wborer I North Broad 

Kennedy John, laborer 148 Lock 

Kennedy John, cracker baker iQLombardy 

Kennedy Lawrence, hatter 83 Plane 

Kennedy Mary Ann, dress maker 37 Orchard 

Kennett Thomas, 64 Adams 

Kenr-y Thomas. J]7 Market 

Kenos George, tailor 14 Montgomery 



NEWARK DIRECTORY, 163 

Kent George, hatter 43 Liberty 

Kent George, sash and hUnd 106 Summit 

Kent Isaac, jeweler 24-2 VVashin;ri»n 

Kent James, sash and blind mfr. 3 Ferry h. 106 Summit 

Kent James H. jeweler 73 Orchard 

Kent Nathaniel, jeweler 48 Liberty 

Kent, Russell & Ward, sash & blind manufacturers 3 Ferry 

Kent William S. jeweler 6 Garden 

Keogh Edward, teamster 38 l^pringfield Avenue 

Keppler Adam, cabinet maker 9 Bank 

Keppler Anthony, box maker 12 Harrison 

Keppler Frederick, sash and blind 37 Catharine 

Kerk Michael, tailor 169 Orange 

Kernan John, 199 Plane 

Kernan John H. grocer 15i Plane c. Bank 

Kernan William, laborer rear 172 Bank 

Kerns 'I'errence, shoemaker H8 Washington 

Kerns William, shoemaker 11 Grant's Alley 

Kerns William, machinist 20 Walnut 

Kerr Joseph, printer 123 Maruet h 29 Baldwin 

Kerr Susan, widow of Richard clothing 197 Broad 

Kerr William, baker 1 Fair 

Kessler Anthony, tailor 35 Durand 

Ketcham Eliphalet, carpenter 690 Broad 

Ketchara Eliphalet S, carpenter 1 I'runswick 

Ketcham Garret, shoemaker 205 Plane 

Ketcham Jonathan, carman 30 Church 

Ketcham Margaret, 30 Court 

Ketcham Mary, 30 Court 

Ketcham William S. buiWer 22 Mercer 

Keve Daniel, hatter 98 Halsey 

Keve David C baker 96 Bank 

Keve Michael, laborer 44 Broad , 

Keve Uobcrt L. tailor 60 Academy 

Key & Sellers, water cure South Orange 

Kidd Mary, widow of William 33 Washington 

Kidder Rev Daniel P. editor 200 Mulberry, N. Y. 448 

Hi^h c. Nesbitt. 
Kidder, widow of Selvey 23 Bledker 
Kidger Amelia, tailoress 27 South Prospect 
Kidger Elizabeth, dress maker 27 South Prospect 
Kidger Joseph, tinner and brazier 27 South Prospect 
Kidger Thomas, baker 54i Bank 
Kiedaisch William, jeweler 59 Walnut 
Kiefer Frederick, engraver IfiS Mulberry 
Kiersted Aaion. shoemaker 231 Mulberry 
Kiersted Abraham, mason 650 High 
Kjersled Caroline, widow of John A. 34 Garden 
Kiersted James, mason 56 New 



164 pierson's 

Kiersted Peter, japanner 2 East Kinney 

Kiesele Catharine, widow of John 13a Broom 

Kiesele Michael, boarding house 193 Market 

Kiesler Maria, widow of John 43 North Broad 

Kiggin James, carman 11 Hoyt 

Kiggin Michael, paver 33 McVVhorter 

Kiggin Michael, laborer rear 22 North Prospect 

Kiihner Andrew C. carman 112 Washington 

Kilburn Elizabeth, widow ot Charles L. Gl Mechanic 

Kilburn Isaac B. 216 Broad 

Kilhasner Frederick; japanned leather 1 Broom 

Kilhover Valentine, mason 41 Prince 

Kilkus Gotlieb, carpenter 143 Court 

Kilkus John, tailor 43 West 

Kilpairick & Castles, malleable iron mfrs. 29 New 

Kilpatrick John, malleable iron 29 New h. 52 Spring 

Kilpatrick Peter, filer 86 Ferry 

Kimball Abbey, teacher 418 Broad 

Kimball Andrew, tailor IS Broom 

Kimball John S. cabbage and celery 77 Hamburg Place 

Kimbark Jeremiah, chairmaker 7 Orchard 

Kimberly Margaret, 423 Broad 

KiiTf Aaron, shi^emaker 35 Spring 

Kinchler Michael, grocer 1 1 1 Quarry 

King Aaron, bookkeeper 122 Union 

King Abraham O. (col'd) carpenter 112 Church 

King Amelia, widow of Orange W. 441 Broad 

King Anthony, hatter G9 Pennington 

King Asher, carman 48 Front 

King «^- Bond, general agents 298 Broad 

King Charles M. 27 Park place 

King David, trunk maker 35 North Canal 

King & Dodd, druggists 188 Market 

King Emanuel, refectory 115 Market 

King Henry, (col'd) coachman 2 Nesbitt's Court 

King Jacob D. (col d) cooper 37 Warren 

King James, butcher c. Bruen and Lafayette 

King Jeremiah, carpenter ipo Summit 

King Joseph, cotton spinner 351 Broad 

King Justus, carpenter 27 Lawrence 

King Lewis, fruit store 95i Broad 

King Lorinda, 42 Quarry 

King Moses, carriage trimmer 23 Lombardy 

King Moses R. com. of deeds 2'J8 Broad h. 32 Columbia 

King Moses W. harness maker 98 Market 

King Rachel, widow of Jolin,"nurse 18 Fulton 

King Thomas S. m. d 88 h. 172 Market 

King William, painter and glazier 70 Broad h. Orange 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 165 

King William (col'd) laborer 20 Chalham c. Cabinet 

King & Co. William, house & sign painters 70 Broad 

King William S. shoe manuf. 69 Market h. 3'27 Broad 

Kinger E. pocket books 29 Plume 

Kingsland John, (col'd) 37 Garden 

Kingsley Phillip, att. & notary public Orange, N. J 

Kinnard Nancy, widow 22 East River 

Kinner Andrew J mason 35t! Broad 

Kinner Thomas N. mason 358 Broad 

Kinney Abraham W. hardware 139 Market h 27 Centre 

Kinney Alice, widow of John 174 Plane 

Kinney Charles, jeweler 28 Marshall 

Kinney & Co. hardware 139 Market 

Kinney Edward, currier 20 North Broad 

Kinney James, mason rear 48 North Broad 

Kinney John, buckles, 22 Quarry 

Kinney Michael, laborer 43 Montgomery 

Kinney Theodore F 139 Market h. 27 Centre 

Kinney Thomas, cigar maker 128 Quarry 

Kinney Thomas T. editor Daily Advertiser r. Park House 

Kinney William, sawyer 12 Webster 

Kinney William B. Charge d'Affaires to Sardinia 

Kinney William D. California 27 Centre 

Kinsey Charles, blacksmith Chatham c. Canal 

Kinsey Charles, gunsmith 153 Plane 

Kinsey Ingham, Chalham n Canal 

Kinsey Joel, hatter 99 Orange h. 14 Warren 

Kinsey Jona^ I. grocer 143 Orange 

Kipp Henry, boatman 48 South Canal 

Kipp Henry I. wheelwright 39 Broad h, 19 Quarry 

Kipp Henry W. carpenter New above Newark 

Kipp John H. 8 State 

Kipp John H. wheelwright 36 State 

Kirchkissner Edward, patent leather 225 Bank 

Kirk William H. builder 11 Pear alley h. 11 Franklin pi. 

Kirk & Co. Wm. H. architects and' builders II Pear alley 

Kirkland Lyman, fireman Jonas C. Hcartt 

Kirkpatrick Alexander, painter 11 River 

Kirkpatrick Andrew, 49 South Canal 

Kirlipatrick Ebenezer T. carpenter 113 Orchard 

Kirkpatrick Hugh, carpenter 1 3 Franklin place 

Kirkpatrick James, sash and blinds 1 13 Orchard 

Kirkpatrick Thos. builder 11 Pear alley h. 13 Franklin pi. 

Kisd Frederick, tailor 25 South Prospect 

Kiser Frank T. tailor 27 Charlton 

Kist Anthony, tailor 47 Prince 

Kitchell Farrand, mason 10 Clay 

Kitchell George W. blacksmith 4 Franklin Place 



166 PIERSON'S 

Kitchell Lodi, tinman inquire 14 Cherry 

Kitchell Obadiali, step maker Newark n. Orange 

Kitchell Silas H. grocer 102 Brnad h. 11 Bridge 

Kitchell & Ward, grocers 102 Broad 

Kitchell "William, m. d. 250 Plane 

Kitchen Helena, widow Dover N. J., 

Kitchen John G. dry goods 256 Broad 

Kitchen, Montross & Wilcox, wholesale dry goods 57 

Liberty N. Y. 
Kitchen Ziba H. dry goods 57 Liberhj N. Y, h. 459 High 
Kitcher John, tailor 1 Wilburs' Alley 
Kittridge Abby, widow of Henry 6!) Commerce 
Klei Jacob, coach trimmer 2 Chapel Court 
Kleick Frederick, butcher 57 Mercer 
Kleim Henry, tailor 2!) Scribers' Line 
Kleinknecht Adolphus, saddler 22 Adams 
Kleinknecht Frederick, tailor 26 South Market 
Kleiser Frederick, mason 49 Prince 
Klengly Charles, jeweler 2 East Green 
Klespies Cath. wid. of Conrad willow basket 676 Broad 
Klin Phillip, butcher 11 Prince 

Kline John, hatter 113 Elm 

Kline Minard F. coach lace weaver 236 Market 

Kline , trunk maker rear 37 Prince 

Kling Henry, shoemaker 37 Chestnut 

Klingel Elizabeth, widow of Francis 69 Springfield ave. 

Kloss John, laborer 64 Springfield avenue 

Knapp Benjamin, clerk 84 New 

Knapp Collins, tool maker 21 Liberty 

Knapp Erastus, carpenter 2 Spruce 

Knapp Samuel C- shoe mfr. 138 Market h. 112 Mulb'y 

Knapp Thomas, 54 Commerce 

Knettle Henry, tailor 55 Grand 

Kniggl William, tailor 55 Grand 

Knights John W. 184 Broad h. 156j Plane 

Knipe John, cabinet maker 42 Union 

Knott David, grocer 12 South Market 

Knox George, japanner 57 North Broad 

Koagel Bernhardt, carpenter 17 Broom 

Kocher John, chairmaker 65 Parker 

Koehler Frederick, saddler 159 Market 

Koehler Henry, cutler 114 William 

Koehler Peter, blacksmith 9 Halsey's Court 

Koehler Theodore, cooper 17 Springfield avenue 

Koerner Carl, tinner 2T Lawrence 

Koerner John, general dyer 351 Broad 

Koevoers H. painter & glazier 135 Market 

Kohnman Edward, tailor 14 Montgomery 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 167 

Kolb Frederick, brewer 273 High 

Kolb Matthews, shoemaker 183 Wa8hington 

Kombacker Nicholas, laborer 160 Thomas 

Korb Adam, 46 Wall 

Kormeyer B^rancis A. 21 Upper Jefferson 

Korp John, metal worker 22 Mechanic 

Korsch Chrisiian. machinists Norih Essex 

Kosslka Louis, jeweler 356 Broad 

Koty John, tailor llO Springfield avenue 

Krack Michael, tailor 29 West 

Kraft Adam, tailor 36 South Canal 

Kraft William, tailor 10 Fair 

Krahl Chrisiian, tailor 67 Mercer 

Kramer Philip, laaker 86 Kifiney 

Kranish Julius, plater 27 Lawrence 

Krapft George, gardner 77 South 

Krath Joseph, tailor 14 Harrison 

Kreiller John, ropem^ker 210 Orange n. Nesbitt 

Krezemer George, jeweler 12 Fair 

Krim Adam, lace weaver 21 Oxford 

Krim John, shoemaker 19 Oxford 

Krog Theodore, tjilor 5 1 Montgomery 

KroU Phillip, turner 33 Broad 

Krouse Jacob, harness maker 224 Washington 

Krowles William, engineer 76 Nesbitt 

Kruemeich Francis, potter 44 South Canal 

Kruemeich Lawrence, potter 44 South Canal 

Kruemeich Phillip, potter 44 South Canal 

Kruemeich Sebastian, potter 61 River 

Krug William, shoemaker 37 Prince 

Kuchn Casper, 96 Quarry 

Kuhless Joseph, shade painter 29 Prince 

Kuhless & Wu'sener, shade painters 207 Bank 

Kuhn George J. chair seat maker 14 Lon^orth 

Kuhnhoid Ferdinand, locksmith 3l Commerce 

Kull Frederick, laborer 23 Oxford 

Kull Michiel, trunkmaker23 Oxford 

Kulp Jacob R. cutler 24 South Essex ' 

Kuser Rudolph, grocer 79 Bleeker n- High ' 

Kutekmist Charles, paper maker 11 Lumber 

Kutz Erasmus A. 23 Centre • 

L. 

Lachenmeyer George, stone cutter 161 Ferry 

Lachenrneyer. Jacob, slone cutler 66 Elm 

Lachner Leonora, 42 Congress 

Lackey Bridget, widow of William grocer 94 Ri? er 

Lackey John H. carpenter 24 Orchard 

Lafever Mary, widow of Adam 71 Inness 



I6f fibrson's 

Lafon Thomaa, m. d. 257 Broad 

Laforge Ira, carpenter 19 Warren 

Lafoy Helena, widow of John 40 Fair 

Lafoy Theodore R. watch maker 314 Broad h. 4'2 Fair 

Lahzer Gabriel, shoemaker 4 Plane 

Laible John, baker and grocer 15S Mjlberry c. Walnut 

Laing Richard, (col'd) jeweler 104 Bank 

Lake John T. shoemaker 2i'i Broad 

Lamb Ann, widow of James 40 Broom 

Lamb James, stone cutter 30 Fulton 

Lamb Patrick, Scfiber's Lane n. High 

Lamb Robert, brass and tin emiih 43 N^esbitt j^i2jL 

Lambert Edward, glass cutler 171 Academy jHtp^ 

Lambert John, spring maker 16 Parker ^^HR 

Lambert John, tuilor 22 Franklin place 

Lambert John, tailor 138 Mar!cet 

Lambert Peter, tailor 22 Franklin place 

Lamar Conrad, baker 24 Franklin Place 

Landell John H. sail m. 123 Market h. 3 Cammack'9 alley 

Landell Joshua, brass founder 3 Cammack's alley 

Landell Margaret, widow of Joshua 104 Academy 

Landers Michael, carpenter 2 Brunswick 

Landers William, laborer 50 Brown 

Landray Charles, carpenter 34 Garden 

Landrigan Lawrence, currier 8 Green 

Lands George W. japanner '23S Plane 

Lands William H. patent leather 1 Halsey's Court 

Lane George, teamster 51 State 

Lane George B. tavern Madison c. Downing 

Lane Margaret, 246 Washington 

Lane Peter, (col'd) laborer 112 Church 

Lang Richard, (col'd) Fair 

Lane Sarah, widow of Abraham 38 South Prospect 

Lane \V"illiam,^nman 38 Orange 

Lane William H. hatter 169 Plane 

Lane Wiliiam II. painter SI Plane 

Lang Henry, currier 91 South Orange avenue 

Lang James M. grocer 143 Mulberry h. 204 E^ 

Lang ^rah, widow 16 Front 

Lange Charlea, shoemaker 2B Springfield avenue 

Langenbaclicr Go' tlitb, wrought nails J? River 79 S Canal 

Langstroih Christopher, plater 108 Summit 

Langstroth Edmun 1, paper maker Pomplon N* J. 

Langstroih Theodore, halter 06 Bank 

Langstroih Thomas W. locksmith 6 Mechanic h. 48 Wm. 

Lansin? Garrel, tailor 3:J Fulton 

Lani<ing 1 ewis, carpenter 16 Columbia 

LaRoche Samuel, cigar maker 18 East Mechanic 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. tM 

Laroza John S. furrier 174 Orange 
Larrinaga Sabino G. clerk 26 Orchard 
Larrison Joseph W. carpenter 39 Chestnut 
Larter Robert, carman 209 Plane 
Larter Jr. Robert, printer 37 Market 
Larue Alfred, markeiman 50 Academy 
Larue Hannah C. 81 Plane 

Larwill Ebenezer, daguerrian case manuf. 264 Plane 
Larwill Elizabeth, widow of Abraham 3 South Essex 
Larzalier Sampson, tailor 106 Orange 
Lascelle David, hatter 107 Warren 
Lasey Bridget, widow of John 2 1 River 
Latham Elias B. exchange 120 Mark h. 40 Bleeker 
Latham James, chemical manuf. 149 South Market 
Lathrop Mrs. Calvin, 271 Plane 

Lathrop Charles C. broker 42 Wall, iV. Y. h. Rahway 
Lathrop Gerard, Rahway, N J. 
^jathrop Lathrop E. California 258 Plane 
Lattourette Paul D, boatman lOO Academy 
Lattourette Susanna, widow of Paul Sen. 100 Academy 
Laubender Andrew, butcher 24 Charlton 
Lauber Abraham, fancy dry goods 1 38 Broad 
Lauderbach William, jeweler 34 Columbia 
Lauer Andrevv, tailor l8 Broom 
Lauer Christopher, grinder 119 Springfield Avenue 
Lauer Frederick, shoemaker 116 Newark 
Lauppee Charles, harness maker rear 106 Church 
Laute Frederick, harness maker -229 Washington 
Lautz Martin, cigar maker 9fi.i Market 
Lauzon Rebecca, widow of Benjamin enquire 79 Com'rce 
Lavalla Albert, Chestnut n. Railroad Avenue 
Lavender John, grmder 23 Sheffield 
Laverick Cornelius, carman 7 Halsey's Court 
Law Henry D. jeweler 79 Walnut ^ 
Law James, file maker lol South Market 
Law .lames, hatter 75 Orchard 
Law Jr. James, land agent Jersey City 
Law Joseph, land agent 153 iMarket h. 104 Washington 
Lawless James, moulder 44 Broad 
Lawless Patrick, laborer 12 River » 

Lawlor Andrew, blacksmith 18 River 
Lawrence Ann E. widow of Thomas 21 S. Prospect 
Lawrence George, turner 30 Harnburg Place 
Lawrence John, shoemaker 21 Kinney 
Lawrence John, bandbox manufacturer 1 North Canal 
Lawrence John H. patent leather 148 Mulberry 
Lawrence John M. (Stephens. Condit & Co.) h. 19 Park 
Lawrence Stephen F. tailor Rahway, N. J. 
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i70 pierson's 

Lawrence Thomas, trimmer Silkji Academy 

Lawson William VV. shoe manuf. 55 Court 

Lawyer Christian, grocer 18 Columbia 

Layman George, jeweler 195 Mulberry 

Layton Ann, Orange n. Canal 

Layton Isaac, (col'd) shoemaker rear 28 Bank 

Layton John, shoemaker 27 Walnut 

Layton Sidney M. merchant 20 Front 

Layton William E. hatter 90 Bank 

Leadly Adam, oysterman Oliver c. South Prospect 

Ijcard Bloomfield, blacksmith 85 Plane 

Leber F. F. 9 Cross 

Leber Jr. Henry, carpenter Cross 

Leddy Bernard, tailor c. Washington and New 

Leddy Margaret, widow of James 61 Adams 

Leddy Thomas, tailor 36 Congress 

Ledos Paul, cane maker 344 Broad 

Ledwith John, currier 22 Plum _ 

Ledwith Michael J. chandler 154 Market 

Lee Anna C. 10 Lombardy 

Lee Charles, trunk rivet mfr Incline Plane h. E. Newark 

Lee C. & H. trunk rivet manuf. Iledenberg's 

Lee Frances, widow of Alonson &1 Market 

Lee George H. jeweler 48 Kinney h. 128 Broad 

Lee Hannah, widow of Charles 71 Academy 

Lee Henry, trunk rivet Incline Plane h. East Newark 

Lee Henry, coachman 91 Sout'.i Orange Avenue 

Lee Isaac, blaclismith 105 New 

Lee Isaac B. millwright 145 Mulberry 

Lee James S. sash and blinds 71 Academy 

Lee Rev. John, 20 Baldwin 

Lee John, gardener near Plum's Point 

Lee John, grocer 297 Washington 

Lee John, fancy cjjair manuf. 241 Broad c. Canal 

Lee John B. diuggisl 241 Broad 

Lee John W. shoemaker foot East Green 

Lee Michcel, laborer 18 Drift 

Lee Rebecca, widow of Dayton foot East Green 

Lee Sarah Ann, dress maker 91 South Orange avenue 

Lee Sarah E. school St Augustine 

Lee Thomas, morocco dresser 91 South Orange avenue 

Lee Thomas, shoemaker 19 Rankin 

Lee & Van Winkle, grocers 27l) Washington c. Kinney 

Lee William, justice of the peace S6 Broad 

Lee William, brass founder 98 William 

Lee "William G. grocer 152 Bank 

Lee William H. grocci 84 r. 86 Broad 

Lee William R. jeweler 241 Broad 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. Ill 

Leet Ambrose W. 1 Commerce 
LefFeningwell John, stair case maker 22 Quarry 
Lefler William H. coaclismith 3 Brunswick 
Leffler Ann, nurse 36 Bank 
Legal Madame, 10 New 

Lehlbach Rev. F. A. pastor Ref. Dutch chh. 49 Mechanic 
Lehman Frederick, laborer 185 Souih Market 
Leibe Daniel, cane maker 48 Wallace 
Leibe Fragoot, fancy box maker 3 Railroad avenue 
Leibe William, tin and stove manuf. 329 Broad 
Leibhauser Anthony, baker 57 Mulberry 
Leibhauser Augustus, baker 29 Union 
Leibhauser Christopher, baker 16 Warre> 
Leiht Felix, laborer 17 Ridge 
Leiss Theodore, shoemaker 8 Bank 

Lelarge Joseph, tobacconist 285 Market h- 171 Commerce 
Leman Henry, painter 20 Springfield Avenue 
Leman Jacob, shoemaker 126 Springfield Avenue 
Lemassena Andrew, slock, insurance and exchange broker 
real estate and general agent 295 h. 473 Broad 

Lemassena Margaret, widow of Peter 473 Broad 

Lemon John, currier 32 Spring 

Lemon John, mason 83 Plane 

Lemon Thomas, currier 32 Spring 

Lenhart , carpenter 27 Lawrence 

Lenhart Charles, cabinet maker 233 Plane 

Lenhart Jacob, shoemaker 30 South Canal 

Lenhart Rev. J. L. chaplain U. S. Navy 230 Plane 

Lennon Edward W. harness maker 18 South Market 

Lent Charles A. jeweler 6 Beach 

Lents William, tailor 63 Brunswick c. Tichenor 

Lenz Peter, moulder 20 Bridge , 

Leo Charles S. glass engraver 63 Boston 

Leonard Charles Edwin, founder enquire 11 Union 

Leonard Horatio, jeweler 12 Kinnev 

Leonard John, currier 8 Stephen's Court 

Leonard Michael, laborer 40 Union 

Leonard Patrick, stonecutter 157 Ferry 

Leonard Sargeanl E. jeweler 3 Kinney 

Leonard Theodore, High st hotel 354 High 

Leonard William, shoemiker 109 Quarry 

Lerich Frederick, shoemaker 237 Washington 

Lerose George, painter 32 Academy 

Leslie John (col'd) whitewasher 40 Bauk 

Leslie Robert, tailor 28 River 

Leson James, tailor 96 Quarry 

Levan Charles A. plumber 108"i Broad 

Leverich James, carpenter 650 High 

Leverich John T. coach painter 16 Halsey 



178 pierson' s 

Leverich Theodore P. japanner 16 Halsey 

Levey Bernard, tailor 21 Augusta 

Leving Frances, tailor 2 Niciiols' Court 

Levison George, shoeinal(er 47 Liberty 

Lewellan George, boot fitter 1-27 Walnut 

Lewis Catharine, widow of lieut. W. 0. M. 146 WasU. 

Lewis David, 9^ Hamilton 

Lewis Ebenezer A. saddler 70 Walnut 

Lewis Edward A. clerk 248 Broad r. 14 Park 

Lewis George, butcher 10 & 12 Centre M. h. 7 Richmond 

Lewis Hannah, (col'd) 9 Searing 

Lewis John, sea captain 124 Union 

Lewis John A. cabinet maker 51 Bank 

Lewis Leonard, tailor 91 Catharine 

Lewis Mrs. Purthena, 27 Commerce 

Lewis Nathaniel H. printer 96 Halsey 

f^ewis Richard, 262 Plane 

Lewis Susan, widow of Nathaniel H. 51 Bank 

Lewis William <". clerk 121 Fair 

Lewis William H. blacksmith 2 Quarry 

Lewis Williain M. clothier 184 Broad h. 17 Smith 

Lewis & Co. William M clothiers 184 Broad 

Lewty Richard, watch maker 1I8 State 

Leyenberger Catharine, widow of Michael 44 Bruen 

Leyenberger Michael, cabinet maker 11 N. Prospect 

L'Hommedieu Elias, m. d. Little Falls 

L'Homrnedieu Phebe, nurse 06 Catharine 

L'Hommedieu William, clerk 12-2 Pearl, N. Y r. 365 BU 

Lick Jonathan, shoemaker 243 Broad 

Lideck Gotlieb, locksmith 55 Broom 

Lideck John, tailor 39 Jones 

Lideck Josepli, brass fil^r 55 Broom 

Lienaka William, tailor 567 Broad 

Liese Henrv, tailor? Grand 

Lietenfels Frederick, jeweler 1 Vroom's Alley 

Limason Jacob, (col'd) 1 Colden 

Linberger , widow of Francis 19 Plume 

Lindauer Godfrey, chair maker 200 Court 

Lindlau Charles D. jeweler 375 Broad 

Lindner Joseph R. manufacturer of bridles 79 Mulberry 

Lindsley & Douglass, shoe manufrs 372 Broad 

Lindsley Francis, harness maker LoutsviUe, Ky. 

Lindsley Francis E. last m(r. 56 Mechanic h. 108 Union 

Lindsley Miss G milliner 116 Orchard 

Lindsley Jacob S. carpenter 111 Orchard 

Lindsley John, shoe rnanuf 372 Broad h. SomerviUe, N.J. 

Lindsley John P. harn. m. & trim'r 151 B'd h. 123 Mulb'ry 

Lindsley Lewis M. last store 1 Ferry, N, Y. h. 213 Market 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 173 

Lindsley Peter, builder 6 Souili Canal h. Ill Orchard 
Lindsley & Tichenor, iron turners rear 333 Broad 
Lines Kdward A grocer 6i William 
Lii.es Williim F. saddler 15 South Prospect 
Lingenfeiser John, locksmith 129 Walnut 
Linn Charlotte, l59 Orange 

Lippins Melinda. widow of W^illiam 111- Mulberry 
Lippins Reui)en R. (col'd) barber 212 broad h. 20 Div. pi. 
Lish Robert, jeweler rear 53 Union 
Lisler Joseph, shoe maker 5(5 Court 
Litlell Aaron 0. hatter 208i Washington 
Littell Aaron P. carpenter Orleanan. Nesbitt 
Littell Abjoail H. widow of Siephen 11 Hill 
Littell Charlotte, widow of Freeman M. 20 Church 
Littell Dennis, filer 121 Plane 
Littell Klizabeth, widow of John M. 20 Fultoa 
Littell George W. shoemaker 85 Plane 
Littell Henry, teamster 142 Broad 
Littell John C. clothier 3ll Bioad li. 19 Smith 
Littell Lnus, master mason 71 Ne<v 
Littell <S: Payan. clothiers 311 13ruad (up stairs) 
Littell .Sarah, 8 Academy 
Littell William, hatter 207 Plane 

Littell William M coach maker 210 Market h. 66Mulb'y 
Little Isaac, pattern mauer 31 Mechanic 
Little Joseph, carriage trimmer 20 New 
Littler John, Sussex Avenue n. Chatham 
Lloyd Rev. tieorge W. colporteur 20 Summit 
Lloyd Peter, horse nail maker 70 Ferguson 
Loclier John B. harness maker 93 Catharine 
Locker Smith, carpenter l6 Fair 
Lockhart fJeorge. gardner 11 Scott 
Lockharl S.i iiuel, brewer 121 K. River 
Locknick Andrew, carpenter 14 Ridge 
Lockry Rosanah. widow of John rear 48 North Broad 
Lockwood < Charles N lamp mfr. 16 Mech. h. 15 Ferry 
Lockwo«Kl Daniel W. California 
Lockwood K!dwin W. India lubber 346 High 
Loekwood Francis E. shoeaiaker 19 Warren 
Lockwood George M. 133 Quarry 
Lockwoo 1 Rembrandt, artist High n. Nesbitt 
Lockwood Silas, japanner KiO Nesbitt 
Logan John, tailor 103 Orange 
Logan Mary Ann, widow of George 150 Bank 
Logan Phebe. widow of William 409 High 
Logan Thomas IJ. carman 6 Ailing 
Logshire Frederick, cutter 216 Washington 
Long Abraham M. shoemaker 142 Academy 
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174 pierson's 

Long Marcus E. teamster 136 Plane 
Long Phillip, laborer l7 Spring 
Long Thomas, saddler 31 Koctor 
Longden Benjimin, lailor 15 Cottage 
Lonjtenbocker Windham, tailor SO inness 
Longworth ('athanne, 77 Hi^h c. Spruce 
Loni John, currier 184 Plane 
Looby Jeremiah, currier 77 Market 
Loomis Oliver, iron, brass & copper dealer fi Ailing 
Loomis Jr. Oliver, wheelwright lOD South Canal 
Looker David, sash and blind maker 5-20 Broad 
Looker David, shoemaker 6j South Broad 
Looker David B. shoemaker fiS South Broad 
Lope Alonzo, s;iw mill -26 Ailing 
Lorance \rnold, carriage maker 17 Hill 
Lord Esther, widow of Benjamin 2li Colunabia 
Lord James, 95 Catharine 
Lord Kobert, harness maker 40 Fair 
Lord William G. dentist 281 Broad 
Loree Jnmes, mason 26 Halsey 
Loree William, sash and blind maker 7 Bleeker 
Losch John, sawyer South Prospect n. Garden 
. Losey Denton, garc'ner 327 North Broad 
Losey Jacob, 15 Bridge 
Loui Charles G. shoemaker fiO Plane 
Louis David, tailor 105 William 

Lovatt (ieorge. silk & twist mfr. 19G Warren h. 66 Richmd 
Lovali James, IXL. legee twist 156 Bank h. 128 Summit 
Lovatt John, twist and sewing silk mfr. 156 Bank h. 24 

Summit 
Lovelt Thomas, lace'manuf. 206 Market h. 124 Mulberrj 
Lovpjoy J. N. cracker baker 19 Lombard/ 
Low Aaron, carpenter 21 .Nesbitt 
Low Benjamin, farmei 01 Plane 
Low Cornelius N. carpenter 33 South Essex 
Low George, shoemaker^53 Walnut 
Low Henry, merchant tailor 250 IJroad h. 67 Mulberry 
Low John Jr labj)rer inquire I Halsey's alley 
Lowell Rev. Robert, pastor Christ's Chh. 56 Congress 
Loweree Thomas W. m d 377 Broad 
Lowrey Bernard, tailor 43 Market 
Lowrey Catharine E. widow of Joshua T. 44 Smith 
Lowrey Joseph S. Aew York 44 Smith 
Lowrey Hamilton, machinist l5 Ward 
Lozert John M. sawyer 77 South Prospect 
Lozier John J. cirpenter 30 Napoleon 
Lucas Rev George C. Pas. Central Chh. 15 Warren 
Luderson Frederick, tailor 31 Washington 



VEWARK mRECTOUy. 179 

liuderson Wiiliam. tailor 25 Broad 

Ludlow Josiiih, lailoT 78 New h 3 S. Essex 

Ludtuw Mary, widow of Hliakiiii 1'2 Elm 

Ludlow Moses, carman 67 Washinaton 

Ludlow William A mer tailor 123 Market h. 258i Broad 

Ludy Peier, lailor l5Pt)iiit Lane 

Lum Amos, 35 Camp 

Lum Jr. Amos, butcher 380 Broad h. 37 Casop 

Lum Benjamin, blacksmith 141 Slate 

Lum Klizabeth, 76 Pennington 

Lum John, carpenter Napoleon 

Lum John G carpenter California 53 Ferry 

Lum Julia, widow of Israel U. lOO Ferry 

Lum Nancy, widow of Moses 275 Kailroad av. op. Camp 

Lium Stephen, 53 Ferry 

Lum Jr Stephen, butcher basement h. 281 Mulberry 

Lum Stephen M. 35 Camp 

Lum William A. assessor 37 Hamilton 

Lummis Henry, teacher Weslevan Institute 26 Summit 

Lummis Sarah E. widow of William :i6 Summit 

Luster Henry- tinsmith }i5 Catharine 

Lutehrunnier Francis, jeweler 10 Green 
Lutescher Andrew, butcher 63 Mercer 
Lulter Ernest, blacksmitii 2SiTibner's Court 

Lutze Anthony, shoemaker 42|,\Varren 

LutZ'i George, buckle maker 114 Commerce 

fjUtze John, japanner 35 State 

Lyde Thomas E. 8 Elizabelhtown Road n. D. Hayes 
Lyle John, cutler rear 333 Broad h. 25 Orleans 
Lyrann Lyndon G. dennsi 333 Broad h 53 Orchard 
Lymaji Thaddeus, saddlers' hardware, plating and lamp 
manufr. IGSh. 176 Market 

Lyman William H. h. counlrif 
Lynar Priscilla, 8 State 
Lynch Anna, dressmaker 16 William 
Lynch Bernard, laborer 43 Madison 

Lynch Charles, tin mfr. 1S6 Broad h. 135 Bleeker 

Lynch Christopher, blacksmith 16 William 

Lynch Derick, stove & tin ware mfr. l86.Bd h. 135 Bleek.r 

Lynch Elizabeth, widow of L>r. David 703 Broad 

Lynch Elizabeth, dress maker 16 William 

Lynch James, laborer 70 South 

Lynch Hugh, laborer 132 Quarry 

Lynch Margaret, widow of John 152 Ferry 

Lynch Mary, widow 43 Lush 

Lynch Patrick, mason 54 Union 

Lynch Patrick H. laborer rear 8, Ailing 

Lynch Patrick, 26 North Prospect 



ITS pierson's 

Lynch Phillip, quarryman 614 High 
Lynch Phillip. Inhorer 157 Ferry 

Lynch William Uiy»>se8, tinman 1*^2 Broad r 135 Bleekep 
Lyon Abby. v\idi>vv of .Icjseph C. 27 Liberty 
Lyon A iberl A. patent leaiHf-r rear 31 Garden 
Lyon Alfred, engiaver 13«i Market h. 5 Columbia 
Lyon Augustus, tool nriaker 34 Quarry 
Lyon Caleb D. jeweler 11 f'cdtago 
Lyon r^alviP, constable 4o First 

Lyon Daniel M. carpenters' tools Fr'klin Fac. h. 31 State' 
Lyon Daniel VV. clerk fil Hroad h. 23 Stale 
Lyon David, tanner 11!) EUzabelhtown Road 
Lyon D.clor W. hatter 73 Bank 

Lyon Kcward T. perfumery & fancy store Morrislown 
Lyon George T. ctiach painter 163 Mulberry 
Lyon Hannah, widow of Abraham inquire 10 Garden 
Lyon Hannah, widow of Tappin I57i Mulberry 
Lyon Hannah, rear 33 Fair 
Lyon Henry, jeweler 4fi B:ink 
Lyon Henry D jeweler 45j Lafayette h. 102 Union 
Lyon .Tabez, varnish maker 9 Orchard 
Lyon James, shoemaker and boaidinef h. 12 Beach 
Lyon James C. collector 40 First 
Lyon Joanna, widow of Henry rear 33 Fair 
Lyon Jfilin, findinp store 130 Market h. 197 Plane 
Lyon Jose|)!i, saddler l51 Mulberry 
Lyon Joseph, tailor 2lG Washington 
Lyon Lewis, shoemaker 151 Mulberry 
Lyon Lewis VV. sash & blind GO Haniilton h. 108 William- 
Lyon Luther K. patent leather |3 New 
Lyon Mary, widow of Benjamin 151 Mulberry 
Lyon Obadiah, dairyman Lyons Farms 
Lyon Phebe K. 27 Liberty 
Lyon Samuel, teacher 1<)5 Academy 
Lyon Sarah, widow of Dr. Matthias 297 Mulberry 
Lyon Silas S. m. d 377 Broad h. 15 Commerce 
Lyon Smith, charcoal dealer \i Webster n. Grane 
Lyon & Taylor, tin stove manufacturers 402 Broad ' 
Lyon Theodore, saddler 157 Mulberry 
Lyon Theodore, tin stove mfr. 402 h 412 Broad 
Lyon William, saddler 20 Cottage 
Lyon William, giocer 159a Mulbeiry c. Walnut . 
Lyon William S. cabinet maker 105 Academy. 
Lyon Zophar, farmer Lyon's Farms 
Lyons Lewis J. boiler manufacturer 107 h. 165 Commerce 
Lyrich Frederick, shoemaker 44 Spring 



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M. 

Maas David, jeweler 168 Mulberry 

Mabie Elias E. sexton 2d Bap. church 157 Plane 

Mack Conrad, baker 9 Lafayette 

Mack Sarah, 14 Shipman 

Mackey Zippe, widow of Jeremiah 12 Congress 

Mackin Francis, mer. tailor 214 309 Broad r. 233 Mark«» 

Mackin «& Stoutenburt^h, raer. tailors 214 & 309 Broad 

Mackinson Hugh, carpenter 255 South Market 

Macknet Charles S. hardware 305 h. 446 Broad 

Macknet Daniel, harness maker 446 Broad 

Macknet Lehman, harness maker 371 Broad 

Macknet Mrs. S. milliner 332 Broad 

Macknet Sylvester, harness maker 332 Broad 

Macknet &, Wilson, hardware store 305 Broad 

Madden John, laborer 94 Warren 

Madden Richard, trunk coverer 196 Bank 

Madden Thomas, laborer 14 Clay 

Madden Thomas, blacksmith rear 27 Church 

Madden William, laborer 50 Goble 

Magahan Patrick, varnisher 5 Pierson's Alley 

Magie Abigail, widow of Daniel 288 WashingtOE 

Magie Ann, widow of Alfred H. 60 Catharicie 

Magie Klizat>eth, nurse 9 Orchard 

Magie Ezekiel, hatter 36 Washington 

Magie James, watchman 38 Adams 

"Magie Seth W 62t) Broad 

Maguire Piiillip, laborer 177 Plane 

Mahler Phillip H jfnveler 2S Cottage 

MahonJnhn, laborer 688 Broad 

Mahon John, laborer 132 Quarry 

Mahon John, tailor 5 Augusta 

Mahon Julia, lailoress 127 Kinney 

Mahon Owen, harness maker 30 Market 

Mahon Terance, rear 1 5-2 Ferry 

Mahon Thomas, white smith 138 Commerce 

Mahon Thomas, laborer 152 Ferry 

Mair Gustave, jeweler l68 Mulberry 

Maires Edwin A. clerk 20S r- 216 Broad 

Major Alexander, cabinet maker Ca/j/brm'a 89 Catharino 

Malady Brian, 8 South f'anal 

Mallen James, laborer 43 Bridge 

Malone John, laborer rear 127 Nesbitt 

Malone Joseph, mason 9S East River 

Malone Patrick, sexton Citholic church 12 Cherry 

Malony Patrick, dairymnn First n. New 

Maloy John, laborer 6G South 



ITS pierson's 

Maloy John, tailor tow path n. jail 

Maloy Patrick, laborer '60 South Bridge 

Maloy Thomas, moulder 170 Plane 

Maltbie David, butcher 410 Broad 

Maltby Savillon J. shoemaker 38 North Carial 

Malthamer Charles, shoemaker 3 Chapel Court 

Manchard George, moulder 116 William 

Mandeville Anthony, (col'd) 2 Crane's Basin 

Mandeville Charles, (cord) 152 Lock 

Mandeviile Cornelius, builder 123 Mulberry 

Mandeville Cornelius H. mason 31 Jefferson 

Mandeville Eleazar, mason 582 High 

Mandeville Mrs. Elizabeth, 73 Academy 

Mandeville George W. coach maker Bridgeport Ct. 

Mandeville Ira, mason 83 Plane 

Mandeville Jacob H. hoes & hatchets 333 B'd h. 108 Acmy 

Mandeville James C. body maker 22 Ward 

Mandeville Jared, shoemaker 83 Plane 

Mandeville John C jeweler 45J Lafayette h. 98 Union 

Mandeville John T. butcher 42 Franklin h. 208 S. Broad 

Mandeville & Lyon, jewelers 45j Lafayette 

Mandeville Paul, hoop pole msmuf. 114 New 

Mandeville Sarepta, v^-idow of Thomas C. 123 Mulberry 

Mandeville William, harness maker 8l South Broad 

Mahar Dennis, laborer 164 Washington 

Manes Aaron, mason 83 Plane 

Mangold Margaret, widow 274 Bank 

Mann Godfrey, cabinel maker 133 Plane 

Mann Wiilliam, cooper 40 Point Lane 

Mannel William C. laborer 86 Academy 

Manning Abel, carpenter 21 Orleans 

Manning John, carpenter 21 Orleans 

Manning John, laborer 61 Ferry 

Manning Mary, widow 11 Petinington 

Manning Mary, widow of Martin 104 Newark 

Manning Michael, founder 61 Ferry 

Manning Still, coach manuf. 101 Bruen h. ISO Market 

Manning, Righter, 4' '^od, coach mfrs Bruen c. Harailto» 

Manning Walter E.jewaler 50 Lafayette 

Mansfield Edward, currier 39 North Broad 

Mansfield James, laborer 150 Lock 

Mansfield John, laborer 150 Lock 

Manuel Charles, laborer l60 Nesbitt 

Mapes Prof. James J Lynn's Farms 

Mar Mary, widow of Michael 121 River 

Marcell Charles B carpenter 248 Plane 

Marcell Jacob A. mahogany yard 11 Mech. h. 287' Wash. 

Marcell Sarah, nurse 19 New 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 179 

"Marcell Susan, widow of Amos 53 Walnut 

March Lawrence, tailor 52 Grand 

Maring Jacob S. carpenter 41 Bleeker 

Marion Henry, tailor 49 Gob!e 

Marius Daniel, laborer 2 Jackson 

Marks Abraham D. india rubber 161 Bank ^ 

Marks David, grocer 14 Golden 

Marley Daniel, moulder 507 High 

Marquis Caroline. 14 Walnut 

Marsh Aaron T. clerk 208 Broad r. 36 Orange 

Marsh Augustus, machinist 14 Cross 

Marsh Charlotte, 244 Washington 

Marsh Daniel C. carriage maker 52 Washington 

Marsh David, tailor ^9 Lawrence 

Marsh David, sash & blind 7 Bleeker 

Marsh David C. box maker 12 Church 

Marsh Ezra, coach maker 102 Railroad av. h. 6 LafayetW 

Marsh Elizabeth, widow of John W. 24 Church 

Marsh Henry, sash and blind m. 5i Fair h. 43 William 

Marsh Isaac, chair maker 144 Washington 

Marsh Isaac, shoemaker 136 Kinney 

Marsh John W. 24 Columbia 

Marsh Jonathan D. coarh manuf rear 12 Fair h. 17 Hill 

Marsh Lewis, coach painter 48 Columbia 

Marsh Lewis H, confectionery SfiSj Broad 

Marsh Lewis R. fancy store 60 William 

Marsh Michael, clerk 1 Wilbur's alley 

Marsh Rachel, widow of William P. 14 Front 

Marsh Ralph S. blacksmith 39 Warren 

Marsh S. & J- carriage manufacturers rear 12 Fair 

Marsh Samuel S. coach painter 105 Catharine 

Marsh Uzal O. halter 51 William 

Marsh Warren A. confectioner 308j Broad 

Marshall Benjamin, m- d 13 Beach 

Marsiglia Eliza, teacher 12 Kinney 

Marson William, shoemaker 21 New 

Martell James, shoemaker 01 Catharine 

Marten Harren, box maker 1 1 Bruen 

Marthis Reuben, 6 Nuttman 

Martien Joseph G. 16 New 

Martin Caroline, 201 Washington 

Martin Christopher, sash and blind 98 Walnut 

Martin Daniel, cabinet maker Down Neck 

Martin Enos, body maker 185 Washington 

Martin George W. 219 North Broad 

Martin George W. restaurant 94 Broad 

Martin Henrietta, dress maker 2«l Washington 

Martin Isaac, carman 15 Baldwin 



180 pierson'& 

Martin Jacob L. 250 Plane 

Martin James H. tailor 28 Orleans 

Martin Johnson, 94 Broad 

Martin Joseph II California 

Martin Louisa, 1 Napoleon 

Martin Mary, widow of Lewis 27 Baldwin 

Martin Matthew, clerk 6l6 High 

Martin Michael, shoemaker 22 James 

Martin Michael, gardner 700 Ferry 

Martin Moses, clerk 178J Mulberry 

Martin Moses B, coart crier Court House 

Martin Peter W. trans. N. Y. and Newark h. 8 S. Bridge 

Martin jr. Peter W. N. & N. Y. transporta. h.8 S. Bridge 

Martin Robert A. boot filter 14 William 

Martin Sarah, widow of Dr. William 261 Washington 

Martin Sarah W. widow 219 North Broad 

Martin Theodore A. Court House 

Martin Thomas L. boot litter 19 Court 

Martin Timothy, laborer 1 5 Point Lane 

Martin William H. California 

Martin William J, 13 Commercial h. 8 S. Bridge 

Marlindule Aaron R. fur blower 9 Arch 

Martineau Nirciss, coppersmith 172 Broad 

Marvin Amos S. saddler 4 North Essex 

Marx David, grocer 122 Summit c. Academy 

Marz Theodore, jeweler 168 Mulberry 

Masr'.iop Rov. Frederick, rear 28 Mechanic 

Masden G rge, 166 South Market 

Masker ICli is, shoemaker 38 North Broad 

Masker Jacob, hat block turner 177 h. 175 Railroad are 

Masker John, turner 106 Plane 

Masker John J. shoemaker 493 High 

Masker Samuel, shoemaker 11 Lumber 

Mason Harriet, widow of John 128 Quarry 

Mason John, marble cutter and sculptor 2 Prince 

Mason Samuel, lapidary 37 Green 

Mason Jr. Samuel, lapidary 37 Green 

Mason Thomas, shoemnker l3i) Plane 

Mason William, shoemaker 26 Marshall 

Masoon Joseph, jeweler 4 East Kinney 

Matas Leonard, tailor 42 River 

Mate Peter, gardener 63 Goble 

Mather Sarah, widow of Edward 68 New 

Mathew.<» John, laborer 59 J River 

Matlock John, exchanee stable 3 Mechanic h. 29 Green 

Matlock Sarah, widow of Thomas 67 Catharine 

Matthews Aaron, hatter A^. Y. h. 580 High 

Matthews Ernest, machinist 59 Walnut 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. I3l 

Matthews Hugh, laborer 58 Union 

Matthews Isaac, fancy store 10 Warren 

Matthews James, tailor 66 Bleeker 

Matthews Mary, widow of Patrick jr. grocer 10 S. Market 

Matthews Patrick, Baskinridge, N. J. 

Matthews Reuben, nailler 6 Nuttman 

Matthews Sarah B. widow of William 14 Orchard 

Matthewson James, hatter 69 Orange 

Matthias Alisi, baker 181 Court 

Mattoon Charles, mason 37 Halsey 

Maud Patrick, grocer 6 Van Buren 

Maxwell John, paver 108 Mill 

Maxwell Stewart, carpet weaver 11 Broad 

Mayhew George A. jeweler 20 Maiden Lane, N. Y. h. 26 

Fulton 
Mayhew John, 29 South Prospect 

Maynard Robert S refectory 1 Railroad A.ve. h. 8 Ferry 
Maynard William, laborer 36 Adams 
Mayne John, harness maker 7 Pearl * 

Mayo , shoemaker 30 Church 

Mayo Edmund, 64 Mulberry 
McAdam Bernard, laborer 16 Parker 
McAllister Charles, hatter 35 Ward 
McAnair Thomas, carpet weaver 38 Bank 
McBeth Andrew G. butcher Centre Market 36 Division pi. 
McBeth William, butcher 4 Centre Market h. 171 Orange 
McBride John, laborer 37 Union 
McBride Owen, laborer 125 Baldwin 
McBride Patrick, laborer 195 Court 
McCabe. Ann, widow of Patrick 9 Green 
McCabe Eliza C.hat trimmer 16 New 
McCabe Elizabeth, widow of John, 191 Mulberry 
McCabe James, laborer 82 Mulberry 
McCabe John, laborer 36 Spring 
■McCabe Michael, laborer 8 Parker 
McCall Alexander, 86 Washington 
McCanley Alexander, hatter 46 South Canal 
McCann Catharine, widow of Joha 274 Mulberry 
McCann'Charles, laborer 150 Lock 
McCann Frederick, tailor 116 Washington 
McCann James, 5 North Canal 
McCann Owen, hatter 223 Bank 
McCann Patrick, laborer 189 Court 
McCann Peter, laborer 169 Court 
McCarm Jr. Walter, cloth cutter 29 Academy 
McCann Westley, teamster 62 Court 
McCannon Peter, laborer 12 Summit 
McCarrick Patrick, laborer 32 Plume 
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182 PlERSON^S 

McCarron John, laborer 296 North Broad 

McCarron William, moulder 46 Orange 

McCarty Daniel, drover 30 Congress 

McCarty Felix, shoemaker rear 80 Orange 

McCarty John, baker 214 Market 

McCarty Patrick, japanner 132 Lock 

McCarty William, gold chaser 623 Broad 

McChesney Samuel, moulder 90 firoad 

McChesney William, japanner 115 Plane 

McChristel Patrick, laborer 13 Hedges' Alley 

McClackey Patrick, shoemaker 140 Market h. 24 Centre 

McClarity Donald, iron moulder 1 Ward 

McClennan Hester, tailoress 54 New 

McClennan William, laborer 696 Broad 

McClure Thomas, varnisher 9 Plume -jJli ' 

McCluskey Edward, boot maker 85 Washington "^^ 

McCluskey James, laborer 122 Market 

MtfCollaff William, sadler 3 Stephens' Court 

McComb Joseph B painter 38 Walnut 

McConellogue Charles, grocer 126 Warren 

McConeughey William, peddler II Broad 

McConnell Elizabeth, widow 130 Warren 

McConnell James, shoemaker 30 Marshall 

McConnell William, carpenter 153 Warren 

McCord Annasta, fancy dry goods 272 Broad r. 196 Mkt. 

McCord Marilla. widow of James 12 Lafayette 

McCormick jr. Bernard, grocer 58* Mulberry h. 50 Smith 

McCormick Bridget, widow 138 Commerce 

McCormick Charlotte, tailoress 64 M. &. E. Railroad av. 

McCormick Francis, grocer agent 174 Broad 

McCormick Francis, grocer 52 Grand 

McCormick George W. trunk maker 22 New 

McCormick Hiram, shoemaker 7 Boudinot 

McCormick Martin, grocer 97 Quarry 

McCormick Mary, india rubber 114 New 

McCormick Patrick, carman 221 Bank 

McCormick Patrick, mason rear 48 North Broad 

McCormick Rhoda, tailoress 37 Fair 

McCormick Thomas, tailor 157 Ferry 

McCormick Thomas, laborer rear 48 North Broad 

McCory , laborer 10 Hoyt 

McCoy Gauin, coach maker 15 East Green 

McCready Catharine, widow of Thompson 40 Bank 

McCrossin John, silk weaver 140 Market 

McCutly George, coach lace weaver 298 B'd.h. 56 Bank 

McCurdy Catharine, widow 128 Warren 

McCurdy David, grocer 138 Warren 

McCurdy & Hartney, curriers 82jMarket 

McCurdy Mary, nurse 17 Broad 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 183 

McCurdy Robert, india rubber 176 Bank 

McCurdy William, currier 46 Hedges Alley h. 140 Warren 

McDavitt Daniel, laborer New n. Searing 

McDavitt James, currier 2 Plane 

McDavitt John, laborer 126 Bleeker 

McDermit David, cabinet maker 13 Thomas 

McDermit Francis, carpenter 334 Washington 

McDermit Patrick, laborer 44 North Broad 

McDermit Peter G. chair and cabinet mfr. 378 h. 496 Bd. 

McDermit , widow of Stephen, Caldwell 

McDermot Edward, laborer 5 Pair 

McDermot James, tailor 30i Catharine 

McDermot Michael, rear 53 Boston 

McDermot Michael, laborer rear 34 River 

McDonahue Hugh, cooper 46 Front 

McDonald Angus, iron mouldsr 20 Ailing 

McDonald David, farmer 643 Ferry 

McDonald George, gardner 40 Point Lane 

McDonald Henry, carman 96 McWhorter 

McDonald Isabella, 667 Ferry 

McDonald James, rear 192 South Market 

McDonald John, laborer Ogden n. Clay 

McDonald John, plater 29 Court 

McDonald John, baker 214 Market c. Lawrence 

McDonald John, farmer 667 Ferry 

McDonald Lawrence, jeweler 5t) Lafayette 

McDonald Lawrence, blacksmith 30 North Prospect 

McDonald Mary, 667 Ferry 

McDonald Phillip, laborer 48 Union 

McDonald Susan, widow of Patrick Ogden n. Bridge 

McDonald Wm. K. attorney & counsellor and surrogate 

office City Hall h. 24 Park Place 
McDonnough John, laborer 234 Washington 
McDougal Hugh; cabinet maker 3*3 Market 
McDougal John A. miniature painter N. Y. h. 31 Market 
McDowell Michael, laborer 11 Hedges Alley 
McElgrath William, moulder 14 Spring 
McElhose Matthew, laborer 33 Washington 
McElhose William, coach lace weaver 6 Ferry 
McElroe Patrick, laborer 177 Plane 
McElroe Patrick, currier 175 Plane 
McEuen John, sea captain Camptown N. J. 
McFarland Owen, harness mfr. 325 Broad h. 182 Market 
McFeley John, laborer 296 North Broad 
McGarret James W. collar maker 45 South Canal 
McGary Mary, widow of Michael 6 Halsey's Alley 
McGill William, carpenter 272 Plane 
McGinn Thomas, shoemaker 17 Sheffield 



184 pierson's 

McGinnis Elijah H. clerk 13 Thomas 

McGinnis Patrick, shoemaker 174 Plane 

McGinnis Peter, shoemaker 174 Plane 

McGlinnin John, laborer 58 Broad 

McGovern John, laborer 139 Court 

McGowan Richard, laborer 35 Railroad avenue 

McGrane John, carpenter inquire Warren c. Lock 

McGrath Jane, widow of Isaiah 480 Broad 

McGrath John, laborer rear 48 North Broad 

McGrath Patrick, grocer 49 North Broad 

McGrath Patrick, laborer 137 Court 

McGrath Thonias, carpenter i3l Nesbitt 

McGrath Thornas, nail maker rear 77 Academy 

McGreggor John M. mason 31 Baldwin 

McGreggor Malcom, spool cotton mfr. 78 Clay h 16 Plane 

McGroriy William, carpet store 317 Broad h. N. Y. 

McGuire Barney, morocco dresser 164 Lock 

McGuire James, laborer, rear 28 Van Buren 

McGuire Joseph, tailor 18 South Canal 

McGuire Phillip, currier 174 Plane 

Mcllroy Christopher, gardner Murray n South Broad 

Mcllvaine Isaac, book store 121 Market h. 31 Smith 

Mcllvaine Mis. Isaac, female seminary 31 Smith 

Mcllvaine James, cooper 576 High 

Mcllvaine Owen, cooper 9 Stephen's Court 

Mclnrow Patrick, laborer rear 30 Augusta 

McJntee James, moulder 18 Ailing 

Mclntee John, moulder 18 Ailing 

Mclntee Michael, India rubber Hudson c. Warren 

Mclntee Phillip, laborer 148 River foot Lumber 

Mclntire Amos, carman 42 Broad 

Mclnlire Catharine, widow of Thomas 146 Washington 

Mclntire John, paper hangings 6 R. R. ave. h. 146 Broad 

Mclntire Mary, widow of Archibald, 17 State 

Mclntire Mary, widow of Patrick 38 Union 

Mclntiro Peter P. mer. tailor 321 Broad h. 21 Franklin 

Mclntire Phillip, tanner, foot Elm 

Mclntire Robert, clerk N. Y. 146 Washington 

Mcintosh James, brewer 33 Broad 

McJohn John, hatter 507 High 

McKantey Edward, currier 15 Market 

McKain Elizabeth, widow? of James 77 Court 

McKain & Kerr, job print£rs 123 Market 

McKain William A. job printer 123 Market h. 77 Court 

McKay Ann, tailoress 29 Court 

McKay Fredericif, plater 29 Court 

McKay Jannett, 200 Washington 

McKay Mary Ann, widow of Robert 82 Mulberry 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 185 

McKearn James, malleable iron 101 Academy 
McKearnan Michael, laborer 36 Mechanic 
McKechnie Thomas, block cuUer 45 South Canal 
McKenna James, saddler 56 Union 
McKenna Margaret, widow 28 Smith 
McKenna Margaret, widow of James 214 Plane 
McKenzie Ann G. rear 18 Columbia 
McKenzie Elizabeth M. 62 North Broad 
McKenzie Robert, baker 331 Broad 
McKey Hockley C. coach maker 124 Mulberry 
McKimm William, carpenter 2 Quarry 
McKinstry John, grocer 131 Washington 
McKinney John, teacher l68 h. 215 Plane 
McKirgan Alexander, dairyman Lyon's Farms 
McKirgan Thomas, raer. 720 Bd. h. 40 EUzabethtown Rd 
McKirgan & Scott, merchants 720 Broad 
McKown Jacob L. teacher Wesleyan Inst. r. 250 Plane 
McLain George W. clerk 3 Fulton 
McLaughlin Duncan, moulder 2 Crane 
McLaughlin Henry, frame maker 121 Broad 
McLaughlin James, moulder 2 Crane 
McLaughlin James, waterman 183 Commerce 
McLaughlin James, botanic m. d. 233 Market 
McLaughlin John, laborer, 27 Church 
McLaughlin John, currier 7 Grove 
McLaughlin Matthew, currier 177 Plane 
McLaughlin Thomas, laborer 553 High 
McLaughlin William, shoemaker 36 Market 
McLaughlin William, moulder 16 Summit 
McLaughlin William, laborer 2 Crane 
McLean Michael, waiter 356 Broad 
McLear Michael, coach smith 131 R. R. ave. h. 18 Ward 
McLeod John W. acct. 207 Market h. 16 Orchard 
McLorinan John, japanner 1 Keen's Court 
McMackin Catharine, widow of Barney grocery 625 High 
McMackin James, grocer 642 High 
McMahon Lawrence, laborer 194 South Market 
McMahon Owen, grocer .32 Market 
McMahon Owen, laborer 141 Commerce 
McMahon Robert, laborer 14 Clay 
McMann Peter, hackman 116 Commerce 
McManus Bridget, widow of Patrick New c. Searing 
McManus Michael, shoemaker 174 Plane 
McManus Patrick, 27 Park 
McManus Phillip, rear 185 Plane 
McMillan David, machinist 196 Market 
McMuUin James M. 51 Broad 
McMuUigan Daniel, 143 Warren 
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186 pierson's • 

McMurtry Elizabeth, widow of Jolin 958 High 

McMurtry William, dry goods 131 Market h. 258 High 

McMurtry Daniel, hardware 263 Broad h. 10 Academy 

McNair Alexander, jeweler 5 Fair 

McNamara Daniel, brass founder 2 Rowen's Court 

McNamara John, carpenter 17 Congress 

McNamara Thomas, shoemaker 17 Hedges' Alley 

McNamara Thomas, harness furniture 60 Hamilton 

McNeil William, shoemaker 58 Adams 

McNeill Catharine, widow of James 52 Broad 

McNeill Hugh, shoemaker 3 East Mechanic 

McNerny John, CI Adams 

McNerney John, morocco dresser 212 Washington 

McNew William, lace weaver 16 Fair 

McNulty Cormick, laborer 60 McWhorter 

McOmber Asa, machinist 32^ Union 

McPartly John, shoemaker 2081 Washington 

McQuillin Edward, laborer 40 Bloomfield avenue 

McSirley John, plater 200 Washington 

McTage John, laborer 22 Montgomery 

McTage Patrick, laborer 41 Montgomery 

McVoy Drigo, m. d 227 Washington 

McWilliams John, helper 9 Front 

Mead Aaron, cabinet maker Wahiut n. Adams 

Mead Adrian, carman 87 Orange 

Mead Benjamin, merchant N. Y. 5 Clinton Place N. J. 

Mead Garret I. turner Walnut n. Adams 

Mead Jacob J turner 97 Congress 

Mead John, carman 48 Front 

Mead John B. soda water 101 Church 

Mead Patrick, siioemaker 26 Augusta 

Mead Peter, cabinet maker Elm c. Adams 

Mead Peter J. 87 Mulberry 

Mead Staats O. mer N. Y. 118 Orchard 

Mead Theodore, 265 Broad 

Mead William, botanic physician 111 Broad 

Mead WiUiam G. sash <& blind 68 NesbiU 

Meaden William, shoemaker 141 Mulberry 

Mechanics' Bank, 277 Broad 

Mechanics' Insurance Co. 279 Broad 

Meckler Peter, tailor 17 Prince 

Mecler Michael, 30 Augusta 

Medcraft John, police and civil justice 9 h. 11 Boston 

Medcraft John H. jeweler 10^ Liberty 

Medcraft William, jeweler 13 Boston 

Medcraft & Co. William, jewelers 13 Boston 

Meder Joseph, shoemaker 18 Springfield avenue 

Medina Francis P. 18 Cherry 

Medier John B. oyster merchant 604 High 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 187 

Meeker Albert, carpenter 345 Washington 

Meeker Alfred M. moulder 34 State 

Meeker Calel^H, 345a Washington 

Meeker Charles H. m. d. New York 443 Broad 

Meeker Christopher C. 20 Smith 

Meeker Daniel B. carpenter 24 Bank 

Meeker David M. malleable iron 74 Clay h. 18 Church 

Meeker Dayton, shoemaker 21 Upper Jefferson 

Meeker Edward, japanner 37 Market 

Meeker Edward P. 12 Cross 

Meeker Edwin L. jeweler 37 Franklin 

MeeTier Eliza, widow of Job N. Y. 103 Summit 

Meeker Elly, potter 15 Orange 

Meeker George W. painter 120 Summit 

Meeker & Hedden, builders 1 Orange ' 

Meeker Ira, shoemaker 46 Upper Jefferson 

Meeker Ira T. Elizabettown stage h. E town 

Meeker Isaac, 28 St. Marks Place, N. Y. 

Meeker James R. att. & counsellor Elizahethtovon 

Meeker James T, carman 4 Kinney 

Meeker John, carriage maker 69 New 

Meeker John B saddler New Yorkh- 69 New 

Meeker John H. att. at law 267 h. 382 Broad 

Meeker Jonathan, agent steamboat Passaic 109 Broad 

Meeker Jonathan M. New Providence 

Meeker Jr. Jonathan M. agent Rail Road Elizabelhtown 

Meeker Joseph J, carpenter 1 h- 13 Orange 

Meeker Lewis M. acct New York r. 382 Broad 

Meeker Martha, widow of Jonathan 104 Spring 

Meeker Nancy D. widow of Eh'as O. 36 Mercer 

Meeker Nathaniel W. hatler 22 Baldwin 

Meeker Oba, foundry 31 Bridge h. 35 Orange 

Meeker Obadiah C. painter and glazier 103 Summit 

Meeker & Co. 0. iron foundry 31 Bridge 

Meeker & Overbaugh, builders 18 Academy 

Meeker Rachel, widow of Stephen Boyden n. Orange 

Meeker Samuel, patent leather 37 Market 

Meeker Samuel, 443 Ikoad 

Meeker Stephen G. shoemaker 108 South Prospect 

Meeker S. Harris, California 

Meeker Sydney S trimmer Springfield avenue 

Meeker Timothy, sawyer 60 Hamilton h. 3 Columbia 

Meeker WiHiam, shoemaker 36 Lush 

Meeker William B. law student 281 r. 382 Broad 

Meeker William L pattern maker 12 Cross 

Meeson Benjamin, saddler 9 Boudinot 

Meighan Martha, widow 13 Hill 

Meigs Gilbert, house builder 235a Washington 

Meigs Myron M. farmer 26 Cherry 



188 piekson's 

Meinch J. Louia, tailor 30 Spruce 

Meiselbach Henry, shoemaker 14 Harrison 

Meldrum James, hatter 15 Orleans A 

Meldrum Richard S. jeweler 54 Catharine 

Mellon Bernard, blacksmith 50 Spring 

Mellon Catharine, widow 36 Walnut 

Mellon Edward, 169 Orange 

Mellon Margaret, widow of Lawrence 9 Halsey's Alley 

Melrose Thomas, gardener 10 Ferry 

Melville Abby, widow of David 83 South Broad 

Melville George P. currier 8 Smith 

Melville Mrs. Margaret, piano forte teacher 8 Smith 

Melville Samuel, fisherman 59 Ferry 

MemfiferAndreas, locksmith rear 31 Garden 

Meneroht William, tailor 72 Garden 

Mentz Jacob, butcher 197 Court 

Mepelbie Charles, trunk maker 39 South Canal 

Mercer Lewis, (col'd) 20 Academy 

Mercer Dr. William T. druggist 224 Broad h. 19 Wash'n. 

Merchant Charles, cabinet manuf. New York 

Merchant Ira, sash and blind mfr. 60 Hamil'n h. 17 Ferry 

Merchant Silas, clothier, 302 Broad h. 29 Centre 

Merkei John, boatman 58 Richmond 

Merrell Charles, paper stainer 67 Catharine 

Merrell William T. boot maker 98 Kinney 

Merrit Samuel P. wagon maker enquire 6 Marshall 

Merrit Sandford, zinc works 29 Ferry 

Mersereau Cornelius, tin plate and stove 91 Broad 

Mersereau Daniel, stoves &c. 91 Broad h. 13 Bridge 

Mersereau Edward, tailor 260 Plane 

Mersereau Jacob, clerk 91 Broad 

Merwin Mrs. E. G. store 337 Broad 

Meslor Henry C. box mfr. I Pierson's Alley h. 15 Warren 

Mess Phillip, shoemaker 2 William 

Messier Catharine, widow of John 14 East Mechanic 

Metsler John, quarryman 26 Ridge 

Metsler Killeon, stone cutter 21 Ridge 

Metz Casper, rag picker 41 Jones 

Metzar Abram, fancy store 45 Mulberry 

Meyer Charles, cracker baker 19 Lombardy 

Meyer Diederick, blacksmith 228 Market h. 55 Walnut 

Meyer Henry, brewer 119 Washington 

Meyer Leonard, gardener down Neck 

Meyer Leonard, coal carter 12 Adams 

Meyer Jr. Leonard. 22 Adams 

Meyer Lewis H. coach lace weaver 9 Centre 

Michaels George, laborer 23 Charlton 

Michaels Julius, patent leather 60 Richmond 

Michaels Nicholas, laborer 18 Bruen 



NEWARK DIRECTOKY. 189 

Middleton John, carpenter 35 South Canal 

Mikles Milton S. mer. tailor 200 B'd h. 49 Halsey 

Mikles William J, mer. tailor 199 Broad h. 62 Sheffield 

Miles Mary B, widow of Benjamin L. 4G0 Broad 

Miles William, wood turner rear 316 Broad h. 67 Warrea 

Milledge Thomas, oiled silk 7 Springfield Avenue 

Miller Abraham, surgical instrument maker 652 High 

Miller Abraham, 60 State 

Miller Adam, colporteur 24 North Prospect 

Miller Adolph, mason Grand n. South Orange Avenue 

Miller Andrew, tailor 26 Scriber's lane 

Miller Ann, widow of Henry 54 Catharine 

Miller Anna, widow of Jacob 71 Orange 

Miller Anna M. widow ofWm. W. 364 High 

Miller Anthony, shoemaker 30 Fair 

Miller Archer G. att. & couns- 297 Broad h. 364 High 

Miller Barbara, widow of Joseph Y. 132 Mulberry 

Miller Benj. C. sec'y. life ins. 151 Market h. 21 Clinton 

Miller Blastus, India rubber 155 Academy 

Miller Ctest, tailor 29 Prince c. Court 

Miller Daniel, 25 Grand 

Miller David L. mill iron Sf screws Madison, N. J. 

Miller Davis H. tailor 167 h. 163 Plane 

Miller Diebold, tailor 14 Montgomery 

Miller Edgar, shoemaker 7 Warren 

Miller E. N. auctioneer 297 Broad h 21 Boudinot 

Miller E. R. clerk 366 Broad 

Miller Francis, skin dresser 40 South Canal. 

Miller Francis, laborer 60 Newark 

Miller Frederick, laborer 40 South Canal 

Miller Frederick, laborer 99 South Canal 

Miller George, shoemaker 23 Catharine 

Miller George, mason 170 Mulberry 

Miller George, moulder 71 Orange 

Miller Harriet, 46 Bank 

Miller Harvey B. 11 Front 

Miller Henry H. salesman 301 Broad h. 202 Washington 

Miller Jr. Isaac, varnish 222 Mulberry h. 158 E, town road 

Miller Isaac S. saddler 51 Congress 

Miller Jacob, plater 98 Mulberry 

Miller Jacob, shoemaker 17 Sheffield 

Miller James, lumber mer. 4 Commercial h. 15 Park Place 

Miller James, optician 345 Broad h. 23 Chestnut 

Miller James M. carpenter 260 Washington 

Miller James P. lumber mer. 4 Commercial h. 15 Park pi 

Miller Joanna, widow of Ebenezer 18 Bank 

Miller John, saddler 30 Division Place 

Miller John, mason 181 Academy 



190 PIERSON'S 

Miller John, currier 1 16 William 

Miller John A. patent leather 34 Front h. 20 South Bidge 

Miller d- Son John B, mill irons & screws Madison, N. J. 

Miller John G. 35 New 

Miller John J. chair maker c. East Green and McWhorter 

Miller John M. hay dealer 20 Columbia 

Miller, Johnson & Co., varnish mfrs. 222 Mulberry 

Miller Jonathan, 182 Washington 

Miller Jonathan, blacksmith 17 h. 11 Front 

Miller Jonathan B. commis'n mer. 134 Market h. 11 Front 

Miller Jonathan D, 163 Market h. 95 Washington 

Miller Joseph, iron turner 18 Spring 

Miller Joseph, jeweler 94 Mulberry 

Miller Joseph, coach trimmer 12 Beach 

Miller Joseph H. printer 73 Bank 

Miller Joseph L. jeweler 132 Mulberry 

Miller J. Halsey, jeweler 19 Hill 

Miller Leopold, tailor rear 106 Church 

Miller Margaret, widow of Samuel B. 627 Broad 

Miller Martha, (coi'd) rear 35 Garden 

Miller Matthias, tailor 43 Jones 

Miller Matthias, brewer 2 Chapel Court 

Miller Obadiah H. tailor 114 Commerce 

Miller Paul, blacksmith 32 M. Sf. E. Railroad avenue 

Miller Peter, shoemaker 175 Court 

Miller Phebe A. teacher 518 High 

Miller Phillip, tanner 84 State 

Miller Rebecqa, widow of Alexander enquire at 15 Hill 

Miller Richard, grocer 51 Market c. Plane 

Miller Samuel, carriage maker 15 Garden 

Miller Samuel H tobacconist 224 Plane 

Miller Sarah, widow of Justus 70 Walnut 

Miller Sylvestjer B. tin mfr. 340 Broad h. 22 Clinton 

Miller Thomas L. dry goods 208 Broad h. 35 Halsey 

Miller & Ward, dry goods 208 Broad c. Park chh. place 

Miller William, travelling book seller 9 Liberty 

Miller William H. exchange office 247 Broad h.38 Bleeket 

Miller William P. attorney at law 173 Broad 

Millikin John, machinist 46 Front 

Millman Randolph, tailor 6a Fair 

Mills Charles H. mason 138 Warren 

Mills Christian, carpenter 78 Mercer 

Mills Erastus, house mover 54 Church 

Mills George S. coals and wood 42 North Canal h. 18 Park 

Mills Isaac, grocer and shoe mfr. 97 h, 95 William 

Mills John, hat store 202 Broad 

Mills Joseph, carpenter 6 Broad 

Mills Nathaniel D. harness maker 52 Mulberry 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 191 

Mills Samuel K. clerk 42 North Canal r. 18 Park 

Mills Shepherd, house mover 54 Church « 

Mills Zophar D. merchant New York h. 54 Church. 

Milven Margaret A. widow of James 363 Broad 

Minton John, laborer l6 Cherry 

Mitchell Ann, widow of John K. 61 Ferry 

Mitchell Charles W. trunk maker 82 Halsey 

Mitchell Dennis, grocer 170 Bank 

Mitchell Edward W. hatter 82 Halsey 

Mitchell James, harness furniture 220 Market h. E. town 

Mitchell & Co. James, harness furniture 220 Market 

Mitchell Margaret, 146 Washington 

Mitchell Peter, tailor 19 Broom 

Mitchell Timothy G. Passaic Hotel 306 Market 

Mitchell William, founder 1 Ward 

Mitcherling Christoff, engraver 170 Mulberry 

Mix Jeremiah T. shoe manuf. 285 Washington 

Mix John, foreman India rubber factory 119 Plane 

Mix William T. South Carolina 

Mockridge Ab'm. plane maker 147 h. 149 Washington 

Mockridge Ab'm N. shoe store 306 Broad h. 70 Bank 

Mockridge Elihu, shoe manuf. 306 Broad h. 151 Wash'n. 

Mockridge E. & A. N. shoe store 306 Broad 

Mockridge & Francis, plane makers 147 Washington 

Mockridge George N. jeweler 33 Franklin 

Mockridge Stephen P. jeweler 65 Union 

Mockridge William P. shoemaker 30 Garden 

Moeller John B. lieut. U. S. N. 386 Broad 

Moffard Lewis, jeweler 104 McWborter h. 45 Chestnut 

Moffat Thomas, brewer 26 Lumber 

Mohrhardt George, laborer 79 Mercer 

Molloy John, shoemaker 18 Ferry 

MoUoy Catharine, seamstress 14 Ferry 

Molloy William, shoemaker 4 Grove 

Monaham Mary, widow of Michael 12 Summit 

Monegan James, currier 5 Halsey's Court 

Monegan John, laborer c. Ferry and Union 

Monroe James; painter 8 Church h, 107 Orange 

Mo<iroe Jacob, (col'd) charcoal seller North Plane 

Monroe John, (col'd) 115 Baldwin 

Monroe John B. blucksmith 44 Brunswick 

Monroe Stephen, shoe manuf. 162 Broad 

Montgomery Hugh, gardener 43 Boyden 

Montgomery Thomas, tinner 5 Walnut 

Mooers John H. machinist 124 State 

Mooney Daniel, jeweler 106 McWhorter 

Mooney William, india rubber 142 Nesbitt 

Moore Adeline H. widow of Daniel 3 Green 



J 92 pierson's 

Moore Andrew, tailor 17 Rankin 

Moore A. Nelson, watch maker 262 Broad r. 50 Plane 

Moore Catharine, widow of Francis 114 New 

Moore D. L. M. attorney at law 169 Broad r. Belleville 

Moore Edward, well digger 99 Mercer c. Springfield Ave. 

Moore Edwin J. carriage trimmer 3 Green 

Moore Eli, coach lace weaver 1 Rowen's Court 

Moore Eliza, boarding house 38 Orange 

Moore Francis D. carpenter 3 Green 

Moore Frederick, Newark n. Orange 

Moore Garret W. trunk maker 106 McWhorter 

Moore George, shoemaker 9 Nichols' Court 

Moore George B. hatter rear 20 h. 18 Fair 

Moore G. J. dentist 259 Broad 

Moore James, salesman 208 Washington 

Moore James, India rubber 76 Bank 

Moore Jane, India rubber 114 New 

Moore John, carpet weaver rear 53 North Broad 

Moore Margaret, dress maker 32 Union 

Moore Mary, widow 41 Columbia 

Moore Michael, carpenter 551 High 

Moor" Nicholas, stone cutter 157 Ferry 

Moore Nicholas, paver 28 Union 

Moore Nicholas, laborer 150 Lock 

Moore Patrick, laborer l50 Lock 

Moore P. D. Atwood's vegt. bitters \9^ Elizabethtown Rd. 

Moore Philetta, widow of John 103 South Prospect 

Moore Phillip, sexton Trinity church r. 32 Rector 

Moore Phillip D. grocer 36 Lafayette 

Moore Samuel L. grocer 47 William 

Moore Stephen, coach painter 12 Mercer 

Moore Sylvester H. builder 75 Commerce 

Moore Thomas, flagger 130 Kinney 

Moore Thomas C. ship carpenter II East River 

Moore William H. carpenter 70 New 

Moores Daniel, laborer 16 Summit 

Moran Michael, morocco dresser 31 Orchard 

Moran Rev. Patrick, pastor Rom. Cath. chh. l2 Mulberry 

Moran Peter, laborer 78 Boston 

Morany Patrick, paver 24 North Prospect 

Morehouse Calvin, stone cutter SI Court 

Morehouse Edward, shoemaker 19 New 

Morehouse Isaac W. shoemaker 1 Merchant 

Morehouse Israel H. grocer 1544 Plane c. Bank 

Morehouse James, shoemaker 34 Thomas 

Morehouse John A. butcher 83 Mulberry h. 73 Penningloil 

Morehouse Moses, shoemaker 41 Warren 

Morehouse Moses P. shoemaker 62 Halsey 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 193 

Morehouse Phebe, 24 Court 
Morehouse Samuel, shoemaker 24 Court 
Morehouse Sarah, widow of Daniel B. 270 Plane 
Morehouse William, carrier 100 Plane 
Moreland Francis, spice grinder 102 Elm 
Moreland James, grocer o8 Mulberry 
Morgan Amanda, widow ofChnrles24 Lombardy 
Morgan George, currier 135 Washington 
Morgan Gilbert, machinist 23 Broad 
Morgan Henry B. c;irpenter 61 Orange 
Morgan John, jeweler 263 Washington 
Morgan John, coachsmilh 49 Boston 
Morgan Rebecca A. widow of Ralph 536 Broad 
Morgan Richard, tailor25 Plane 
Morgan Sarali A. milliner 6 1 Orange 
Morgan Thomas, horse power machines 157 Oiange 
Morgan William, shoe manuf. 625 Broad 
Morgearoth F. sausage maker 10 Commerce h. 16 Lib'ty 
Morningstern Abraham, tailor 217 Plane 
Morningslcrn^Ailam, tailor 186 Broad h. 120 Commerce 
Morris Aaron, builder 59 State h. 64 M. & E. R. R. ave. 
Morris Betsey, 41 Orange 

Morris Catharine, widow of John B. 129 Church 
Morris Canal collector's office, summit of Inc. Plane 
Morris Charles S. clerk 109 Broad 
Morris David S. clerk 34 Columbia 

Morris Dennis W. malleable iron 25 Orange h. 27 Bridge 
Morris Elizabeth, widow of John 27 Washington 
Morris & Essex Railroad office 64 Broad 
Morris Jacob, shingle shaver 26 Ailing 
Morris Jane, fringe and tassel manuf. 32 Orchard 
Morris John B. tailor 45 Fair 
Morris John L. currier 168 Plane 
Mor:is John W. acct. 113 Market 
Morris Joseph, 39 South Canal 
Morris Joseph, mason 34 Union 
Morris Lucy, widow of John 63 Halsey 
Morris Moses, saddler 69 Bank 
Morris Nathaniel P. musician 95 Congress 
Morris Samuel, shoemaker 124 Orange 
Morris Samuel S. 69 Bank 

Morris Staats S. att. and couns. 194 Broad h. 63 Halaey 
Morris Stephen E. carpenter 27 Bridge 
Morris William W, plater 26 Ailing 
Morrison Abiaham, hatter 80 Spring 
Morrison David, tailor 23S Plane 

Morrison John, moulder 21 Orange -Z*-^' 

Morrison John; machinist 95 New ^ ' ' 

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194 PIGRSON't} 

Morrison John, trunk manuf. 104 Market h. 6 Clinton 

Morrison Sharline, 23 Orchard 

Morrissy Thomas, 30 Lafayette 

Morrow Alexander, carriage maker 65 Washington 

Morrow David, harness maker 373 Broad 

Morrow George T. body maker 1 Bleeker 

Morrow James, shoemaker 14 (Jarden 

Morrow James, shoemaker 96 William 

Morsback Peter W. culler 54 Bridge 

Morse Aaron, 356 Broad 

Morse Chauncey A. jeweler 50 Lafayette 

Morse David A (col'd) rear 42 South Canal 

Morse Edwin B. 102 Union 

Morse Francis E. 102 Union 

Morse Harrison K. machinist rear 15 Lafayette 

Morse Job, (col'd) laborer rear 49 William 

Morton John, halter 42 Smith 

Morton John, culler 22 Sheffield n. Quarry 

Morton Robert, soda, porter, soap & candle mfr. 137 Bd, 

Morton Sarah, widow of Richard 162 Plane 

Morton Sarah, widow of Thomas 127 Broad 

Morion Thomas, soda, porter, soap & candles mfr. 127 Bd 

Morton T. & R. soda, porter, soap 4 candles rafrs. 127 Bd. 

Morton William B. cloth culler 14 Walnut 

Moss George, shoemaker 134 Orange 

Mess William, 47 South Canal 

Mossbaker Henry, mason 37 Garden 

Molt Sarah, widow boarding house 11 Scott 

Moule James, currier 94 Plane 

Moullon Julius P. india rubber Orange n. Canal 

Mounlfield Frances, Broom c. Springfield avenue 

Mountfield Maria, india rubber Broom c. Springfield ave. 

Mourison Henry A. American Hotel 127 Washington 

Mouse Henry, baker 123 Sheffield 

Mowry Nelson, leaclier (S, W. P. S ) 23 Garden 

Muchmore Charles H. carpenter 22 Bridge 

Muchmore James H. master mason 109 Nesbitt 

Muchmore John, carpenter 22 Bridge 

Muchmore Wm. F druggist 99 Broad r. 22 Bridge 

Mueller Emiel, shoemaker 387 Broad 

Muer James, gardner 203 South Broad 

Muer William, blacksmith 53 Ferry 

Muldoon Peter, laborer 59 North Broad 

Mulford Andrew A. blacksmith lOi Liberty 

Mulford Rhoda, widow of Thomas 29 Commerce 

Mulock William, couns. at law N- Y. h. 8 Cross 

MuUehay Timothy, 19 Boudinot 

Mullen Charles, shoemaker 25 Baldwin 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 195 

Mullen James, laborer 3 Boyden 

Mullen William H. shoemaker inquire 47 Orchard 

Mulligan Henry A. carpenter 18 Clay 

Mulligan John, coachman 133 Quarry 

MuUins James, laborer 43 Madison 

MuUins John H. captain 3 Union 

Mullison Joseph, coach trimmer 72 Bank 

Mullison Mary, widow of George 246 Plane 

Mullquin James, morocco dresser 26 Camfield 

Munder Christian, baker 145 Washington 

Mundy Ezekiel, jeweler 265 Washington 

Munier Michael, tinsmith 122 Market h 65 William.' 

Munn Albert, overseer of poor, office l5| h. 17 Bank 

Munn George, tinsmith 31 Baldwin 

Munn George T. japanner New above Newark 

Munn Hannah, widovv 30 Division Place 

Munn Moses R. patent sash locks 4 Franklin Place 

Munn WilUam H. H. shoemaker 11 Scott 

Munn William J. Mechanic's Bank N. Y. 145 Mulberry 

Munson Ludlow C, collar maker 11 Green 

Munson Mary, 192 Mulberry 

Munson Thomas, (col'd) 20 Division Place 

Murch William, lamp maker 343 Broad 

Murdock Charles, i owery 514 h. 503 High 
Murphy Andrew, wlieelvv right 18 Harrison 

Murphy Barney, laborer 7 Summit 

Murphy Daniel, hatter 215 Bank 

Murphy Edwin J. cabinet maker 19 Fair 

Murphy Francis, currier 28 Bridge 

Murphy Harriet, taiioress 28 Fair 

Murphy Henry R. undertaker 38 Springfield avenue 

Murphy Henry W. sexton 141 Mulberry h. 14 Rankia 

Murphy James, Murray c. South Broad 

Murphy James, peddler 106 Quarry 

Murphy James, baker 153 Broad 

Murphy James, shoemaker 19 Rankin 

Murphy James, tailor 118 Baldwin 

Murphy John, cabinet maker 1 Cherry Alley 

Murphy John, morocco dresser 1 Cherry Alley 

Murphy John, patent leather 58 Sheffield 

Murphy John, cabinet maker 133 Plane 

Murphy John, acct. N. Y. 127 Plane 

Murphy John, hatter 14 Hoyt 

Murphy John, quarryman 130 North Broad 

Murphy John D. shoemaker & corn doctor 63 Washington 

Murphy Mary A. widow of William Hi Fair 

Murphy Matthew, tailor 45 Nesbiit 

Murphy Miles, tallow chandler 3 Cherry alley 



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196 pierson's 

Murphy Nicholas, laborer 146 Court 

Murphy Patrick, fireman 47 River 

Murphy Patricia laborer foot Per^nington 

Murphy Patrick, currier 45 Nesbiti 

Murphy Patrick, shoemaiier 17 Sheffield 

Murphy Richard, tanner 23 Bridge 

Murphy William, brass turner 45 Nesbilt 

Murphy William H. carriage maker 1 fcj. Orange avenue 

Murray Bernard F. carpenter 64 Academy 

Murray Curstina, hat irimmer 9 Orleans 

Murray Elizabeth, 258 Plane 

Murray Francis, boatinnn 53 River 

Murray Henry, janitor Wesley an Inst. h. 93 Baldwin 

Murray James, laborer 20 Lush 

Murray Margaret, widow of Francis 8 Stephens' Court 

Murray Patrick, laborer 120 Nesbitt 

Murray Patrick, baker 75 N<»rth Canal 

Murray Theodore, saddler 12 Front 

Muriy James, halter 10 Elm 

Murry John, mnson 58i Catharine 

Murry John, grocer Ferry c. Union 

Muss Henry, carpet weaver 9 Prince 

Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co. office 151 Market 

Myer Benjamin, proccr, plough and patent horse rake 

maker 61 h. 55 Uroad 
Myer Christiai), cabinetmaker 42 Parker 
Myer Jane, (col'd) dressmaker 10 Academy 
Myer John, grocer JJroom c. South Orange aveDue 
Myer John, brass finisher 52 Grand 
Myer Michael, shoemaker 7 Charlton 
Myer Randolph, carpenter 192 Springfield avenue 
Myer William A. prcst. meclianic's Ins. Co. 279 Broad 
Myers James, quarryman 50 Quarry 
Mygalt Frederick T. clothior 35 Nassau N. Y. 

N. 

Nalin Joseph L. jeweler 15 Kinney 

Nanny Warren U. grocer 154 Plane c. Warren 

Nash Edward, currier '26 Market 

Naylesmith Lewis, oil cloth nianuf. 63 Boston 

Naylor George W. 7 North Lawrence 

Neadhermeyer Francis, pardner foot Goble 

Neafie John, carpenter 2'14 Plane 

Neafie Matilda, widow of John 23 Broad 

Neafie Hichard, carpenter 244 Plane 

Neggcr Herman, musician r20 Springfield avenue 

Negles Calei), carpenter l3 Franklin Place 

Nehemyer Frederick, shoemaker 24 Augusta 



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NEWARK DlRiECTORY. 19Q( 

Nellis William, (col'd) 3 Newton's Court 
Nelson George W. tailor fiOj William 
Nelson Sarah, widow of John boarding h. 1 South Canal 
Nenninger Peter, paper hanger 50 h. 40 South Canal 
Nennioger fie Sautermiester, paper hangings 50 N. Canal 
Nerney Michael P. captain 6 North Canal 
Nesbit James, shoemaker 3 East Mechanic 
Nesbiit Jonathan, merchant tailor 130 Broad 
Nesbitt Samuel, mason 111 Kinney 
Nesbitt Thomas J. tailor 4l8 Broad 
Nesler John D. jeweler 27 Mechanic h. 172 Mulberry 
Neumann Carl, Icjck maker 28 Charlton 
Neumann S. horse m. d. 48 Fair 
Nevius Edward, hatter 3 Vine 
Nevius George, (coFd) barber 18 Division Place 
Nevius Simeon, (col'd) 105 Mill 
Newark Academy, 246 Broad 

Newark Banking & Insurance Company 264 Broad 
Newark Daily Advertiser, 266 Broad c Bank (up stairs) 
Newark Gas Light Company, oflice 137 Market 
Newark India Rubber Company, Incline Plane 
Newark Library Association, 115 Market 
Newark Lime & Cement manuf. Co. foot of Bridge 
Newark Morning Eagle, Crovvell & Carll 295 Broad 
Newark Mutual Assurance Co. 230 Broad c Cedar 
Newark & Rosendale Lime and Cement 45 Commercial 
Newark Savings Institution, 313 Broad 
Newark Wesley an Institute 249 251 High c. William 
Newberry Meyer, peddler 59 Springfield avenue 
Newell James W, lamp maker 7 Court 
New Jersey Art Union, 115 Market 
New Jersey Insurance Company 273 Broad 
Newkirk Abraham, California 6 1 Catharine 
Newkirk Sarah, 187 Washington 
Newman Abraham, peddler 90 Market 
Newman Emanuel, grocer 7 Cherry 

Newman Isaac, boarding house 291 Market c. Commerce 
Newman Jacob, gardener 150 Thomas 
Newman Joseph, varnish maker 14 Marshall 
Newman Richard B. butcher 20 Commerce 
Newman Solomon, currier 56 Market h. Orange 
Newman & Trier, curriers 56 Market 
Newschwander Jacob, tailor 145 Orange 
Newton John, shoemaker 44 Commerce 
Newton John, camphene distiller OO-i Halsey 
Niblow William, blacksmith 18 James 
Nicholas David A. mer. Flanders, N. J. 176 Market 
Nichols Aaron, builder 40 William 

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198 pierson's 

Nichols Aaron I. builder 4 Nichols' Alley h. 229a Wash. 

Nichols Abraham, clerk and collector 12 Lumber 

Nichols Alexander, builder 4 Nichols' Alley h. 72 Shipman 

Nichols A & H. coffins and builders 6 Willow 

Nichols Barak T. saddles 100 River h. 17 Park Place 

Nichols Charles, trimmer 213 Washinoton 

Nichols Charles M. jeweler 4i6 Broad 

Nichols David A. saddler '207 Washington 

Nichols Deborah, widow of Jediah J 56 Church c. Court 

Nichols Edward P. medical student 40 William 

Nichols George, mason 14 Lumber 

Nichols Harriet, dress maker 151 Plane 

Nichols Henry, master mason 240 Washington 

Nichols Henry F. carpenter 40 Arch 

Nichols Horace H. builder 6 Willow h. 235 Washington 

Nichols Isaac, 201 Washington 

Nichols Isaac A. nr d 261 Broad r. 229a Washington 

Nichols Isabella, widow 4 Harrison 

Nichols John A. clerk 320 Broad 

Nichols Jonathan V. builder 15 Arch h. 112 Plane 

Nichols Joseph, carriage maker 209 Washington 

Nichols Joseph O. carpenter 23 Ij Washington 

Nichols Lewis, gardener 210 El.n 

Nichols Mary, widow of Moses 14 Lumber 

Nichols Peter, laborer Garden c. S Prospect 

Nichols Robert, 207 Washington c. William 

Nichols Robert Johnson, 2!0 Elm 

Nichols Samuel, sea captain 3>2 Broad 

Nichols Sarah, widow of David 213 Washington 

Nichols Thomas, boot filter 188 Washington 

Nichols Thomas E. shoemaker 72 inness 

Nichols Whitfield, m. d. 261 Broad h 26 Park Place 

Nichols William, boarding house 16 Plum 

Nichols William J. hat finisher 153 Washington 

Nicholson Henry, umbrella furniture Upper Jefferson 

Nicholson James, umbrella fur. turner Hendenberg's h. 

160 Plane 
Nickels Eliza, widow of John, 118 Union 
Nickels John A. clothing 320 Broad h. 118 Union 
Nieting Ernst, grinder 3 Lum's ('oori 
Nisbilt James, shoemaker 3 East Mechanic 
Noble James, m,llvvright 13 Van Buren 
Noble Joreph, patent muslin 70 Orleans 
Noble William, shoemaker 172 Bank 
Noe Richard, shoemaker 12 Union 
Noland Edward, hiborer 43 Goble 
Noland John T. clerk 278 Market 
Noland Patrick, laborer 12 Webster 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 199~ 

Noland Patrick, laborer 15 Oxford 

Noland William, blacksmith 34 East Kinr\py 

Noll Antone, shoemaker 29 Prince c. Court 

Nolte Henry, tailor 32 North Canal 

Noonan George H. law student 5 Stephens' Court 

Noonan Margaret, widow of George 5 Stephens' Court 

Noran Bridget, widow of Richmond 56 Brown 

Norcross William O. farmer 4 Prospect Place 

Norman John, jeweler 73 Walnut 

Norman Margaret, widow of Obaiiah 7 New York 

Norris Sen. James, ^0 Clinton 

Norris John S. 1 Brunswick 

Norris Mary T. widow of Thomas P. 2 Washington pi. 

Norris Thomas, laborer 60 Bruen 

Norris William, Europe 1 Washington Place 

Norris William, provision store 376 Broad h. 20 Clinton 

North Vincent, mason 41 Prince 

North Wm. B. paint grinding rear 325 h. 382 Broad 

Norton Barney, bar tender 356 Broad 

Norton Chandler D. merchant Pumpton, N. J. 

Norton Elizabeth, widow of Patricli 24 Garden 

Norton Francis, waiter 35fi Broad 

Norton Horace, m. d. 265 Broad r. 108 Market 

Norton John, morocco dresser 170 Plane 

Norton Michael, laborer 2H Drift 

Norton Patrick, laborer 172 Thomas c. Goble 

Noiton Susan, widow of Jams^s 5 Grant's Alley 

Nortroni Edward W. painter Isi!) Plane 

Norwood Cornelius, cabinet maker 5 Scott 

Norwood Elias, turner 101 R. R. av. h. 21 M & E .R. ave'. 

Norwood Eliza, widow 56 New 

Norwood William, plough maker 19 Bridge 

Nott William, turner 83 Washington 

Novell John, carriage maker 2 Brant's Court 

Noyes David K. comb manuf. 57 Mechanic h. 17 Clinton 

Noyes & Son David E, comb mfrs. 57 Mechanic 

Noyes Elfameo M. comb maker 57 Mechanic h. 17 ClintOB 

Noyes Miss L. O. select school 17 Clinton ' 

Nugent Francis, grocer 4>i Market 

Nugent James, grocer 37 Union 

Nugent James, coal dealer 16 Warren 

Nugent Jane, widow of Nicholas 30 Goble 

Nugent Mary, tailoress 61 Adams 

Nugent Michael, shoemaker 208? Washington 

Nugent Thomas, shoemaker SOSJ W'ashington 

Nully James, carman 53 North Canal 

Nussbaum Francis, shoemaker 45 Prince 

Nult Isaac, Gl Washington 



200 pierson's 

Nult James, carriage maker 82 Kinney 
Nutt Thomas, blacksmith 26 Allinjr 
Nuttman George G. patent roofer 75 Mulberry 
Nuttman Isaac W. fancy painter 12 Camfield 

Nuttman , widow of James, 187 Market 

Nuttman John C. Mechanic's FJank h. 7 Lumber 
Nuttman Margaret, widow of Baldwin New York 
Nuttman Victor W. lace store 244 r. 382 Broad 
Nye Ezra, sea captain 4 CUnlon Place, Clmton N. J. 



Oaks David, express driver 100 McWhorter 

Oaks Matthias, express driver 327 Broad 

Oaks Sylvester B. 8 Maiden Lane 

Oats Margaret, grocer 83 Quarry 

O'Brian Ann, 3 Durand 

O'Brian Hugh, laborer 18 Oxford 

O'Bria.i Bridget, widow of William 1 Beaver 

O'Brian James, carpenter 78 Warren 

O'Brian James, gardener 26 Augusta 

O'Brian Jane, wirlow of Patrick 5 Ogden 

O'Brian John, 32 Hamilton 

O'Bria.i Michael, laborer 53 North Canal 

O'Brian Patrick, laborer 43 Ferry c. Union 

O'Brian Patrick, farmer 198 South Market 

O'Brian William, 1 Beaver 

O'Brien James, dealer in old iron 4 Abel 

Ochsmer Balthasar, gardener Elm n. brick kiln 

OConnell Daniel, saddler 116 Commerce 

O'Connell Daniel, carpenter 9 East Fair 

O'Connell John, laborer lOOTichenor E. of Railroad ave. 

O'Connell Thomas, 30 Union 

O'Connell Timothy, 75 EastRivei 

O'Connor Michael, carman rear 114 Commerce 

O'Dell John, carpenter 25 Baldwin 

O'Dell William H. carpenter 117 Kinney 

O'Donnell Bridget, widow of Bernard 10 Camfield 

O'Donnell Bridget, widow 9 Maiden Lane 

O'Donnell Dominick, halter 45 Hedges' Alley 

O'Donnell Terrence, stone cutter 139 River 

Oertle Charles, watch maker 1 Brant's Court 

Oetzel Tobias, laborer 21 Upper Jefferson 

O'Fake Aaron, (col'd) rear 134 Plane 

O'Fake John, (col'd) carman 9 Walnut 

OFake John H. (col'd) music teacher 47 Bank 

O'Fake Peter P. (col'd) barber 249 Broad h. 31 Div'n. Pi. 

O'G arrow Michael, laborer 162 Lock 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 201 

Ogden Catharine G. 70 New 

Ogden Charlotte, widow of James C. 272 Plane 

Ogden Elias R. 286 High c. Market 

Ogden Elizabeth, widow ol Lewis 147 Mulberry 

Ogden George, hatter 18 North Prospect 

Ogden James, 57 State 

Ogden James C. 8 Liberty 

Ogden James E. hatter 34 South Canal 

Ogden Jane C. nurse 18 North Prospect 

Ogden John, 286 High c. Market 

Ogden John, hatter 34 South Canal 

Ogden John J. clerk 250 Broad 

Ogden Jonathan, dry goods 133 r. 25 Market 

Ogden Phebe, (col'd) 1 ''rane's basin 

Ogden Samuel, carman 400 Ferry 

Ogden Samuel, hatter 1 Ward 

Ogden Theodore E. 234 Broad r. Clinton 

Ogden William, hatter 22 Ailing 

Ogg James, saddler 26 Green 

O'Harra Robert, jeweler 100 McWhorter 

O'Harren Morris, helper 487 High 

Oisterbeck , jeweler 1 Kinney 

O'Kain John, currier 153 Court 

O'Keef Edward, laborer 151 Ferry 

Oldham William, Henry n. Academy 

Olds Benjamin, stationer and binder 278 Broad 

Olds Horace H. 278 Broad h. 31 Franklin 

Olds William B, attorney California 278 Broad 

Oliver Hannah, widow of William 49 Academy 

Oliver Isaac M shoemaker 152 Railroad avenue 

Oliver James J.daguerrian 30 Ward 

Oliver John, 66 South 

Oliver Jonathan, master mason Marshall c Grand 

Oliver Joseph, 10 Hoyt 

Ohver Josejjh H. file cutter rear lO Fair h. 43 Monroe 

Oliver Lewis M. painter and grocer 33 h. 14j Kinney 

Oliver Prussia, widow of Wil iam 18 New 

Oliver Richard, lace weaver 30 Ward 

Oliver William, painter VjI Mulberry 

Ollgeir Leonard, brass filer 27 Prince 

O'Neal Patrick, boatman ■Z'dl Market 

O'Neil Brian, laborer 56 Adams 

O'Neil Bridget, 2 Halsey's Court 

O'Neil John, laborer 5 Liberty 

O'Neil John, coachman 2 Halsey's Court 

O'Neil Michael, laborer 32 M. & E. Railroad avenue 

O'Neil Walter, laborer 133 Quarry 

O'Neil Walter, machinist 22 Montgomery 



202 fierson's 

Opdyke George, 2 Clinton Place, Clinton N. J. 

Orchard George Henrv, jeweler l58 Market 

Oroarke Peter, mason 1 Grand 

Orphan Asylum, 194 High c. Court 

Orphan Asylum, (St. Patricks) 1 1 Nesbitt 

Orton Harmon, boarding house 27 Lawrence 

Orton James Douglass, cashier State Bank 3I5 Broad 

Orton John, tailor 106 Plane 

Osborn Aaron, sheriff and auctioneer for Navy Yard and 

Middleville 
Osborn Abraham B. hatter 46 Jefferson 
Osborn Andrew, shoemaker 37 Columbia 
Osborn Bennet, hardware 299 Broad h. 19'Park 
Osborn Charles S. machinist 60 Hamilton h. 79 Plane 
Osborn David, carpenter 61 Spring 
Osborn David S. grocer 93 Broad 
Osborn Dennis, clerk 164 Broad r. 47 South Canal 
Osborn George, coach trimmer 9 Union 
Osborn Harvey M. letter carrier rear 5 Hamilton 
Osborn Jacob, 9 Union 

Osborn John N. trunk maker 81 avenue D. N. Y. 
Osborn Joseph, carpenter 24o Market 
Osborn Israel W. Ward clerk 93 Broad 
Osborn Keturah, widow of Dennis 47 South Canal 
Osborn Moses M. New Yotk h. 254 Broad 
Osborn Nehemiah, cabinet maker 22 Summit 
Osborn Patterson, japanner 56 Union 
Osborn Thomas H. 30 Ferry 
Osborn & Woodruff, hardware store 299 Broad 
Osborne Alexander, 30 Ferry 

Osborne Charles S. grocer 45 Market h. 27 Warren 
Osborne Edward A m. d. office i S. Market r. Star Hotel 
Osborne Rev. Enos A. 21 Warren 
Osmun Daniel, hatter 27 Plane 
Osmun George, trunk rivet manuf. 219 Washington 
Osmun William M. segar maker 27 Plane 
Osterly Mary, 35 Charlton 
Ostrum Ann M. widow of Oliver 157 Mulberry 
Ostrum David S. segar maker 9 Beach 
Ostrum Samuel, carriage maker 9 Beach 
Ott Casper, laborer 143 Court 
Ott Henry, tobacconist 2 Garrabrant's Court 
Otto Frederick, tailor 6 North Canal 
Otio Reinhait, cabinet maker 24 North Prospect 
Otto William, tailor 5 Cammack's Alley 
Ougheltree Phebe, widow of Matthias 72 Kinney 
Outwater John, plater 37 Durand 
0. U. A. Nos. 1, 3, 10, 3d story Morris Buildings 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 203 

Ovens John, school teacher 92 Warren 
Overbaugh Abram B. carpenter 264 Washington 
Overbaugh Ephraim, harness maker 23 Fulton 
Overton Isaac, Erie Railroad Agnd 48 Court 
Overton John B. California 48 Court 



Pabst Adam, tailor 71 Court 

Pabst Valentine, tailor 71 Court * 

Pace Mary, 398 Broad 

Page Angeline, dress maker 31 Catharine 

Page David, tailor 31 Catharine 

Page James, wheelwright 192 Railroad avenue 

Page James C. patent leather 34 Plane 

Page John O. shoe manuf. 2 Commerce 

Page Lorenzo, shoe mfr. 2 Commerce h. 37 Lawrence 

Page Thomas N. 25 Park 

Paine Daniel, carpenter 152 Plane 

Paine John A. m. d. Albany N. Y. 

Paine Thomas, lace weaver 10 Congress 

Palmer Charles, millwright 1 1 Lumber 

Palmer Dwight, jeweler 40 Columbia h. 350 Broad 
Palmer Elias, carpenter 426 Broad 
Palmer John B. jeweler 40 Columbia h- ll4 Mulberry 
Palmer, Richardson & Co. jewelers 40 Columbia and 
Maiden Lane, N. Y. 

Palmer Samuel, carpenter 58 Court 

Palmer Sarah, widow of James L. 134 Mulberry 

Palmer William S. saddler 22 Commerce 

Pancoast Solomon, polisher 244 Washington 

Pancoast William G. polisher 257 Washington 

Paradise Philemon D. morocco dresser 29 Searing 

Parcels Albert A. shoemaker 28 South Market 

Parcels Ann, widow of William 29 Court 

Parcels Henry, body maker 190 Bank 

Parcels John, clerk 330 Broad h. 19 Green 

Parcels Joseph, japan hat maker 2 13 Plane 

Pardue Timothy, dealer in old iron 232 Market , 

Park Albert G. daguerrian Alabama 

Park Austin S. daguerrian 320 Broad h. 9 Orchard ^6^ 

Park Edson, shoemaker Louisville , Ky. 

Park Hervey, insurance agent 152 Mulberry 

Park Uriah, shoemaker Lyons Farms 

Parker Catharine, widow 219 North Broad 

Parker Cortlandt, att'y & couns.281 h. 161 Broad 

Parker Emeline, vest maker 108i Plane 

Parker Emerson, (col'd) 156 Lock 



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204 pierson's 

Parker Isaac S. feed, &c. 140 Market h. 19 Columbia 

Parker James H. flour and feed 77 J3road h. 25 State 

Parker Jane, widow of Kseck 12 Academy 

Parker Jolin S. flour and feed 77 IJroad h. 75 Spring 

Parker Mary, widow of Thomas 108i Plane 

Parker Robert, rigger 49 Bridge c. Ogden 

Parker William, shoemaker 44 Upper Jefferson 

Parker William E. 217 North Broad 

Parker William V. saddler New Haven 

Parkhurst Archibald, clerk Old Bank h. 14 Bank 

Parkburst Charles, hat block turner 55 Court 

'Parkhurst Cyrus, transpor. line N. & N. ¥• 51 Ferry 

Parkhurst Henry L. farmer 609 Uroad 

Parkhurst Henry N. farmer 37 Thomas 

Parkhurst Isaiah, patent leather 19 Cross 

Parkhurst Jonathan, paper maker MiUville, N. J. 

Parkhurst & West, dry goods 216 Broad 

Parkhurst William S, jeweler 55 Court 

Parkhurst William W. builder rear h. 19 Cross 

Parkin John S. W. m. d. 16 Park place 

Parkinson George, carpenter 166 Bank 

Parkinson Joseph L. painter 100 Union 

Parmele Adire, sawyer 46 Lawrence 

Parmenter Thomas, hatter 16 Cherry 

Parr Eliza, 19 Cedar 

Parr Melinda, 19 Cedar 

Parse Franklin, trunkmaker 61 Mechanic 

Parse Stites, tinsmith 53 Church 

Parsil Edwin R. hatter 261 Washington 

Parson William, carpenter 15 Franklin 

Parsons Abraham, carpenter 34 Liberty 

Parsons Charles, carpenter 34 Liberty 

Parsons Starr, surrogate's office h. 71 Warren 

Parsons W^alter, carpenter 87 Union 

Passmore Simon, grocer 40 Market h. 7 Catharine 

Passmore William, 7 Catharine 

Patoman John, shoemaker 29 Plane 

Pateman Thomas, mason 29 Plane 

Paterson John W. boatman 75 North Canal 

Patterson Dan. 22 Plane 

Patterson Geo. W. 59 Wall N. Y. r. 172 Market 

Patterson John, 9 Boudinot 

Patterson Robert, spring maker 5 Slate 

Patterson Samuel L. saddler 22 Plane 

Patterson William, saddler 256 Washington 

Patterson William, farmer 61 Richmond 

Patterson Wiiliam D saddler 22 Plane 

Pattison George K. California 34 Commerce 



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Patton David T. beer maker 19 William 

Patton Eli R. 549 High 

Patton Margaret, widow 350 High 

Patton Patrick, morocco dresser 12 Summit 

Patrickworm Francis (col'd) 16 Academy 

Paul Clitus, clerk r. 173 South Broad 

Paul Jeremiah, harness maker ISO Mulberry 

Paul Jonathan, edge tool grinder 771 Court 

Paul William, coach smith 470 R. R. ave. 172 S. Broad 

Paulin Thomas, engraver 178§ Mulberry 

Payan Thomas C. clothier 311 Broad r. New Orleans 

Payan & Co. Thomas C. clothiers 10 Canal N. O. 

Payne Alfred I. brass turner 105 Warren 

Payne Bernard M. mason 105 Warren 

Payne Catharine, widow of James 105 Warren 

Paxton Isaac, 140 Kinney 

Paxton Obadiah, 140 Kinney 

Peak & Brothers, liquor store 50 Market 

Peak Edward, liquor store 50 Market c. Plane 

Peak William, liquor store 50 Market 

Peal John F. tailor 19 Nicholson 

Pearce David H. watch maker, 71 Lock 

Pearson William C. jeweler New York 

Peck Alfred L. harness maker 116 Orchard 

Peck Ephraim M. segar maker 27 Lawrence 

Peck J. L. jeweler r. City Hotel 

Peckham Isaiah, teacher public school No. 6 h. 42 Lock 

Peckwell Agnes, widow of Henry 26 Columbia 

Peckwell James* painter 26 Columbia 

Peddie & Morrison, trunk manufacturers 104 Market 

Peddie Thomas B. trunk maker 104 Market h. 14 Camfield 

Pedrick Peter, jeweler 366 Broad 

Peel Daniel, saddletree maker 19 Boudinot 

Peer Alfred, coffin ware room 125 h. 37§ Market 

Peer Cornelius, shoemaker 25 Catharine 

Peer Hester, widow of Thomas grocery 63 Commerce 

Peer Margaret A. widow of Richard nurse 7 N. Canal 

Peet Ann, widow grocer 75 Market 

Peiffer Peter, German boarding house 90 Mulberry 

Pell John, finding store 116 Market 

Pelly Frederick, joiner Montgomery c. Broom 

Peloubet David A. jeweler 10 Mercer 

Peloubet Elizabeth, widow of Alexander 10 Mercer 

Pemberton James, plated metal mfr. 5j Fair h. 23 Green 

Pemberton William, plated metal manufr. 5i Fair h. 39 

Division Place 
Pendleton Daniel, gardner 21 Halsey 
Pennifeather Mary, rear 11 East Fair 
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Pennington A. C. M. alt. &, couns. 291 Broad h. 532 High 

Pennington Jabez P. att. & couns. 291 Broad h. Harrison 

Pennington James A. jeweler 450 Elm c. Hanover 

Pennington Samuel H. m. d. 255 Broad 

Pennington William, att. &, couns. 228 Broad h. 129 High 

Pennington William S. att. at law 228 Broad h. 129 High 

Penovia Joseph, 19 Boudinot 

Peppard Francis, coach maker 16 Bleeker 

Perham Charlotte G. widow of David 20 Park 

Periam Thomas, moulder 98 Broad 

Perkins John, patent leather 547 High 

Perkins John, confectionary 167 Market 

Perkins Lorinda, 4 James 

Perkins Sarah, widow of Thomas 11 Plane 

Perrien John, shoemaker 13 Fair 

Perrien William, tailor 13 Fair 

Perry Benjamin, carpenter 19 Warren 

Perry Caleb, shoemaker Orange n. Ninth 

Perry Charles A. patent leather 281 High 

Perry Ephraim B. shoemaker Orange n. Ninth 

Perry James, patent leather 281 High 

Peiry Jarnes A. shoemaker 23 Jefferson 

Perry Job, moulder 147 Nesbitt c. Hoyt 

Perry Joseph, trunk manuf. 21 Sussex avenue 

Perry Rev. Joseph, teacher 3 Grove 

Perry Nehemiah, clothier 294 Broad h. 14 Clinton 

Perry & Co. N clothiers 294 Broad c. Market 

Perry Samuel, clerk 294 Broad h. 14 Clinton 

Perry William Hampton, carman 536 Broad 

Person Matthew, harness maker 12 Fair 

Peshine John S. shoe store 318 Broad h. 71 Elizabeth Rd. 

Peters & Bradley, second hand furniture 88 Broad 

Peters Charles, laborer 32 McWhorter 

Peters George H. dry goods 131 Market h. 258 High 

Peters Horatio N. trunk and carpet bag manuf l2l River 

h 66 South Broad 
Peters James, sec. hand furniture 88 B'd. h. 28 N. Essex 
Peters Lewis, 43 Lawrence 
Peto Henry, carriage maker Crane c. Caroline 
Petter John, patent leather 137 Plane 

Pettit , carpenter 12 Niagara 

Pettit Garret, quarryman 60 Crane 

Pettit Miss Fanny, 8 Academy 

Pettit Miss Harriet M.ladies sem. 317 Broad r. 8 Academy 

Pettit James, trunk maker 5 Oak 

Pettit John, 8 Academy 

Peltit Joseph T. carpenter 116 Elm 

Petty David, retired gent. 45 Columbia 



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Petty Phebe, widow of Capt. Ebenezer 55 Commerce 

Petty Samuel, clerk 341 Broad h. 45 Columbia 

Petty William, cutler Orange n. Ninth 

Pfeister Rev. Jolin P. 23z Washington 

Pfifer Henry, cabinet maker 110 Oliver 

Phelan George P. morocco dresser 1 Summit 

Phelps Henry, carriage maker 250 Washington 

Phelps Lillis, widow of Juda boarding house 19 Market 

Phillips Daniel, tool maker 28 Quarry 

Phillips George C. tin manufacturer 2 Com. h. 4 N. Canal 

Phillips George Y. Camptown 

Phillips John, South Orange avenue above Wallace 

Phillips John M. machinist Union Iron W'ks.h. 25 Bridge 

Phillips Mary, widow of Elisha 68 Bank 

Phillips Michael, painter 30 North Prospect 

Phillips Rachel, widow of Pardon 16 Fulton 

Phillips Thomas J. carpenter 28 Quarry 

Phillips William, cutter 9 Columbia 

Phipps John H. upholsterer 156 Broad 

Pickett William H. painter 327 Broad 

Pidgeon Patrick, currier 161 Bank 

Pie Peter, boatman 52 North Canal 

Piepha Charles, painter 87 Quarry 

Pier Cornelius, painter 57 State 

Pier Jacob L. saddletree maker 29 State 

Pier Peter, carpenter 38 Orange 

Pierce Anson G. blacksmith 551 High 

Pierce Elijah E. butcher South Orange avenue 

Pierce Henry G. cabinet maker 23 South Prospect 

Pierce John, shoemaker 25 Rankin 

Pierce Raymond B. shirt mfr 312 Broad r. 13 Pennington 

Pierce Robert T. butcher S. Orange ave. above Wallace 

Pierce William, victualling house 101 Broad 

Pierce William, portable desk 31 Baldwin 

Pierman Daniel, pattern maker 82 Quarry 

Pierson Abigail, widow of Elihu, 30 Mechanic 

Pierson Abraham A. shoemaker 3 Fulton 

Pierson Abraham R. currier 86i Market h. 199 Washing*n 

Pierson Albert, carpenter 47 Fair 

Pierson Albert O. wood and coal merchant 46 Kinney 

Pierson Alfred, carpenter 10 Lafayette 

Pierson Asa, dash and railing 5 Railroad av. h. 47 Lafay. 

Pierson Benjamin C. carman 31 M. & E. Railroad ave. 

Pierson Benjamin M. 18 Cross 

Pierson Benjamin T. City Directory office 17 Court 

Pierson & Berry, curriers 86i Market 

Pierson Caleb, collar maker 30 Mechanic 

Pierson Catharine, widow of Abner 35 Columbia 

Pierson Charles H. hat mfr. 54 Liberty h. 152 Mulberry 



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Pierson Charles H. jeweler 19 Hill 

Pierson C. Henry, shipping and com. mar. 61 South N. Y. 

h. 61 Halsey 
Pierson Charles T. mason and builder 67 Court 
Pierson Charles VV. cutler 69 Ferry 
Pierson Daniel, clothier 284 Broad h. 144 Mulberry 
Pierson David C. Cal. coach lace weaver 20i Halsey 
Pierson David M. clerk 284 Broad r. 38 Clinton 
Pierson Edward, Deputy Sheriff office City Hall h Orange 
Pierson Eliza, school teacher 63 Bank 
Piersen Elizabeth, widow of Matthias 20 Church 
Pierson Frances, widow of Benjamin 32 Front 
Pierson Harriet, dress maker 7 Franklin Place 
Pierson Ira C. 209 Thompson ^V. Y. 
Pierson Isaac N. patent leather 92 Halsey 
Pierson Israel, master mason 10 Lafayette 
Pierson James, varnish 237 Mulberry h. 12 Cottage 
Pierson James C. harness maker 116 Orchard 
Pierson Jeremiah C clerk 122 Pearl, N. Y r. 46 Kinney 
Pierson John A., chair maker 27 Cherry 
Pierson John R. jeweler 1 Green h. 121 Mulberry 
Pierson Jonathan, trunk manufacturer 15 h. 19 Hill 
Pierson Joseph, New York h. 100 High 
Pierson Joseph C. merchant 574 h. 582 Broad 
Pierson Lewis C. trimmer Augusta, Ga. 19 Hill 
Pierson Mary, widow of Hiram 61 Halsey 
Pierson Mirab, widow of Abel 44 Fair 
Pierson Nathan F. bow maker 47 Lawrence 
Pierson Ralph H. malleable iron 74 Clay h. 13 Franklin 
Pierson Rebecca, widow of Silas 10 Lafayette 
Pierson & Robertson, varnish mfrs. 225 Railroad avenue 
Pierson Jr. Samuel, merchant 574 h. 582 Broad 
Pierson S. & Son, merchants 514 Broad 
Pierson Samuel, shoemaker 18 Orleans 
Pierson Stephen H. mer. 122 Pearl h. 13 Hammond, N. Y. 
Pierson Jr. Stephen H. clerk 1.1 M. Lane N. Y. h. 19 Hill 
Piersen Stephen S. japanner Orleans n. Orange 
Pierson Sylvester C. varnish 225 R. R, av. h. 79 Orchard 
Pierson Thomas B. wagon maker 7 Church h. 424 Broad 
Pierson William, machinist 18 Cross 
Pierson William, carpenter 275 Railroad avenue 
Pierson William, sheriff office City Hall, h. Orange 
Pierson William, shipping & commission merchant 61 

South, N. Y. h. 6i Halsey 
Pierson William Henry ; clerk New Orleans r. 46 Kinney 
Pierson & Woodruff, wagon makers 7 Chh. and 31 William 
Pilch Rev. Frederick, pastor Bethel chh. 174 S. Alarket 
Pilcher Henry, organ builder 117 River h. 17 Fulton 
Pilger John, gardener 14 Marshall 



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Pilkinton William, jeweller 276 Railroad avenue 

Pine Adam, tailor 41 West 

Pine James, portrait painter 263 Broad 

Pinkney William E. carpenter 25 McWiiorter 

Pinneo James B. office 2 Beaver h. 245 High 

Pinot Claude M. currier 60 Jones 

Pirsson Alexander T. piano fortes Wash'n hall r. Park h. 

Pitcher Robert, shoe manufacturer 168 Washington 

Pitney Lucinda, widow of Charles A. 128 Broad 

Pitt John C Salisbury Centre, Herkimer Co., N. Y» 

Pitt Myers F. farmer lOO Bloomfield avenue 

Pitt Richard C, plater 96 Elm 

Pittenger John, shoemaker 19 New 

Piagge Herman, hatter and grocer 12 Scriber's Lane 

Playfoot Spencer, hatter 5 Scott 

Plisser Frederick, laborer upper end of Kinney 

Plum Ann, widow of Joseph R. Newark c. Canal 

Plum Jacob T. 204 Academy 

Plum Lewis, oramental painter 16 Plum 

Plum Matthias, farmer ll5 Washington 

Plum Stephen H. Ill Washington 

Plume Amzi B. 582 High c. Quarry 

Plume John I. justice and comm'r for all the States 173 

Broad h. 42 Washington 
Plume Lucetta, widow of Joseph 19 Park Place 
Plume Matilda, widow of David 582 High c. Quarry 
Plume Robert, coachsmith 78 Union 
Plume Sarah, widow of Isaac A. 19 Park Place 
Plume William, 21 Bridge 
Plumley Matilda, widow of John C. 38 Rector 
Plunket Edward, currier 6 Shipman 
Plunket Mary A. dress maker 118 Orange 
Poinier Charles, jeweler 24 Ward 
Poinier David, constable 66 Union 
Poinier Elisha B. lumber merchant 221 Market 
Poinier Elizabeth, widow of Charles P. 45 Liberty 
Poinier E. B. & J. D. lumber merchants n. Bethel church 
Poinier Horace J lumber mor. 37 Commercial h. 50 Ferry 
Poinier Jr. Horace J. clerk 266 Broad h. 50 Ferry 
Poinier Jeremiah D. lumber merchant 219 Market 
Poinier John W. vice pres. in, co. 151 Mkt. h. Morristown 
Poinier William K. 37 Commercial r. 50 Ferry 
Polhamus Rebecca, widow of Aaron 98 Kinney 
Pollard Charles A. mason 51 Orange 
Pollard Jacob H. carpenter 29 South Market 
Pollard James, engineer 265 Broad . 
Pollard Jonathan, watch maker 122 Lock 
Pollard Mary B. widow of David 277 Mulberry 
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Pollard Samuel B. carpenter gflflwerty h. 112 Elm 
Pollard William W. cloth and oil silk manufacturer 45 h. 

31 South Market 
Polley Keziah, nurse 71 Spring 
Pommart John, carpenter 1 Adams 
Pool Alexander, grocer 176 r. 124 Broad 
Pool James, clerk 371 Broad h. 6 Green 
Pool Samuel, lace weaver 12 Orleans 
Pool William, jeweler 3 East Green 
Poor Charles W. cabinet ware 336 Broad h. 233 Plane 
Poor Rev. Daniel W. pastor High street chh. 67 Court 
Poor House, 130 Elizabethtown Road 
Pope William, carpenter 35 Camp 
Porter, Ay res, & Co. Daily Mercury 25)7 Broad 
Porter Burr, clothiers 7 Cedar 
Porter Daniel, shoemaker 161 Plane 
Porter Jr. Daniel, Daily Mercury 14 East River 
Porter, Keen & Co. clothiers 28iJ Broad (up stairs) 
Porter Monroe, trunk maker 161 Plane 
Porter P. H. clothiers 288 Broad h. 7 Cedar 
Porter Samuel, machinist 114 Orange 
Post Abraham, india rubber Summit 
Post Catharine, 17 Green 

Post Cornelius M. carriage maker 38 Harrison h. 18 Hill 
Post Elias G. shoemaker 188 Plane 
Post Garret, carpenter 6 Catharine 
Post James M. blacksmith 92 Halsey 
Post John, shoemaker 31 Court 
Post John, constable 61 Market 
Post John H. turner I3l Mulberry 
Post John E. coach mfr. c. Hamilton & McWhorter h. 15 

Lafayette 
Post Office, 117 Market 
Post Phebe, widow of David O. 10 Ferry 
Post Thomas, carpenter 75 Ferry 
Post Thomas G. harness maker 102 Elm 
Potter Samuel B. grocer and provisions 89 Barclay N. F. 
Potter Rev. Samuel S. Lkwrenccburgh, Indiana 

Pound . cracker baker 19 Lombardy 

Povv Henry, sash and blind maker 1 Cammacks alley 

Pow John, sailor 77 Orange 

Powderly Hugh, laborer 131 Nesbitt 

Powell Barnabas, blacksmith 9 Court 

Powell Charles, jeweler 9 Court 

Power Michael, currier 210 Washington 

Power William, currier 210 Washington 

Powles Henry, 59 River r. 454 Broad 

Powles Martin P. carpenter 32 Warren 



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Prager Alexander, saddler, 1 J Warren 

Prall Pompey, (coVd) 21 Hedges' alley 

Pratt Elizabeth, widow of Lett 13 Bank 

Pratt Sarah, widow of Solomon H. 14 Commerce 

Prendergast Patrick, shoemaker 42 Union 

Prenss Edward A. apothecary 134 Alarket 

Prentice & Brown, japanned muslin & silkmfrs. TNutt'n. 

Prentice Ira, tinner 38 Orange 

Prentice William, japan hat mfr. 7 Nmtman h. 398 Broal 

Prentiss Abigail, widow of William 128 Mulberry, 

Preston Catharine, india rubber 28 Lombard}' 

Price Aaron M. painter 67 Bank 

Price Aaron O. 172 Washington 

Price Miss Abby, trimmer 33 Plane 

Price Charles C. baker 13 Cottage 

Price Daniel, varnish manuf. 224 & 237 h. 1 47 Mulberry 

Price & Co. Daniel, varnish manufs. 224 4- 237Mulberry 

Price David, varnish mfr. 228 Mulberry h. 13 Cottage 

Price Elias D. shoemaker 27 Academy 

Price Henrietta, 27 Walnut 

Price James H. steeple painterl2 Bank 

Price John, optician 345 Broad h. 2*3 Chestnut 

Price Jeremiah C. furniture dealer 311 Broad h. 6 Ward 

Price Mary, 27 Walnut 

Price Matthias;, edge tool mfr. 58 Hamilton h. 97 Mulb'y- 

Price Moses, farmer Lyon's Farms 

Price Phebe, widow of Aaron 65 Bank 

Price Thomas, tinsmith 121 Broad 

Price Thompson, varnish mfr. 224 h. 157J Mulberry 

Price & Co. Thompson, varnish mfrs. 224 Mulberry 

Price William H. grocer 224 Washington 

Price William R. sash and blind maker 23 Catharine 

Price William W. Elizabethtown road 

Pridham George, saddler 9 Ward 

Pridham James, saddler 32 Cottage 

Pridham Lawrence, 32 Cottage 

Priest Henry C. silver spoons 139 h. 141 Orange 

Prim Ernest, brass finisher 68 South 

Prime Rev. Samuel L 285 Broadway N. Y. 

Primrose John, saddler rear 114 Church 

Pringle Ellen, widow of Mark 11 Fair 

Pritchard Francis, button maker 150 Academy 

Pritchard William, 5 Grove 

Probasco George, carriage maker 30 Chestnut 

Pfobasco Jacob, coach trimmer 108^ Plane 

Prosch Charlotte, daguerrian 259 Broad h. 88 Halsey 

Prosch George W. daguerrian 13 Arch 

Prosch Williarai oysters 20 East River 



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Prosch Jr. William, oysters 20 East River 

ProsserJohn, lamp maker 158 Plane 

Prosser John, 366 Broad 

Prosser Thomas, currier 157 Plane 

Protestant Foster Home 270 North Broad 

Prout Charles, blacksmith 13 Green 

Prout Nelson, fishmonger 28 Green 

Provost David, carpenter 42 Quarry 

Provost John, teacher 42 Washington 

Provost Luke, saddle tree riveter 4 Halsey's Court 

Provost William, blacksmith 575 High 

Pruden Charlotte, tailoress 130 Orange 

Pruden Phebe S. widow of Ezra 52 Bleeker 

Pruden Samantha, tailoress 130 Orange 

Public School No. 1 (North Ward) 14 & 16 State 

Public School No. 2 (East Ward) 96 & 98 Commerce 

Public School No. 3 (West Ward) 21 6f 23 Market 

Public School No. 4 (South Ward) 23 & 25 Hill 

Public School No. 5 (Fifth Ward) 60 & 62 Lafayette 

Public School No. 6 (Seventh Ward) 38 & 40 Lock 

Pudney John B. New York h. 23 Warren 

Pullinger Dorcas, North Broad c. Belleville road 

Pulvettaflf John, tinsmith Walnut c. ^outh Prospect 

Purden Thomas, aqueduct layer 164 Quarry 

Purse Miss Emma, Springfield ave. c. Prospect place 

Purser John, laborer 2 Brunswick 

Purson Richard, blacksmith U Court 

Pye Thomas, locksmith 8 State 

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Quail Robert, peddler 528 High 

Quarrie John, spring maker 30Goble 

Queman Alfred, shoemaker 2l8 Plane 

Queman Jacob, harness maker 199 R. R. avenue 

Queman Samuel, carpenter 61 Sheffield n. Orange 

Queman Simeon, harness maker 66 Plane 

Quick Lotan, moulder 184 Nesbitt 

Quigley John, grocer and carpent. tool maker 109 Quarry 

Quigley Phillip, spirit levels and carpenter's tools 72 Clav 

h. 8 Mill 
Quimby Michael, mason 11 Scott 
Quimby Sarah, widow of John 32 Bleeker 
Quimby William S. body maker 32 Bleeker 
Quimlan James, laborer 59 Ferry 
Quimm John, tailor 16 Camfield 
Quinby James M. mayor, 9 Park place 
Quinby & Co. James M. coach manufacturers 325 Broad 
Quinby Jonas S. jeweler 9 Park place 



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Quinn Catharine, widow of Patrick 108 New 

Quinn Francis, baker 1 State 

Quinn John, baker 4 and 6 Mulberry 

Quinn Mary, widow of Miles grocer 35 Lawrence 

Quinn Michael, 1 State 

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Rabeneau Henry, chair maker 

Rache Malcher, japanner 37 Nesbitt 

RadclifFe Samuel, plater 15 Franklin 

RadclifFe William W. machinist rear 34 Bleekc- 

Radel John, baker 81 Plane 

Raderaacher Henry, mason 151 Court c. Grand 

Rader Christian, shoemaker 6 Fair 

Rader Henry, shoemaker 6 Fair 

Radez Frederick, baker 9 Lafayette 

Radin Reuben, carpenter 34 Nesbitt 

Radin William, mason 33 Baldwin 

Radwell Edward, 64 North Canal 

Rafferty John, laborer 40 Union 

Ragan Bridget, widow of James 41 Academy 

Ragan Daniel, India rubber 120 Lock 

Ragan Patrick, grocer 42 Mulberry 

Rain Christian, tailor 1 Rankin 

Raisbeck Charles, harness maker 40 Green 

Rajsbeck James H. harness maker Kinney c. S. Prospect 

Raithamer Elizabeth, 57 Academy 

Rakenbrot Leonard, cabinet maker 137 Plane 

Ramel Felix, florist 2 Longworth c. Washington 

Ramsey Sarah, widow of William 22 Plume 

Randall William N. furniture store 245 Broad 

Randell Clara, widow 20 Bank 

Randeil George, jeweler 276 Railroad avenue 

Randell George D. coach painter 20 Bank 

Randell Isaac, jeweler & curl store 232 Bd. h. 12 S. Canal 

Randolph Furman F, feed store 1 New 

Randolph Harriet F. tailoress 31 Mulberry 

Randolph Joel D. 21 Orleans 

Randolph John P. carman 121 Broad 

Randolph Lewis F. 67 Beekman N. Y. h. 72 New 

Randolph Mary F. widow of Jeptha 11 New 

Randolph Martin, tailor 126 Kinney 

Randolph Samuel M. F. hatter 41 William h. 258 Wash. 

Randolph Simeon, currier 126 Kinney 

Randolph Staats F. clerk 130 Broad 

Randolph Stillman F. grocer 130 Broad 

Rang Robert, file maker 7 Liberty 



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Ranke Charles G. surg. inst. Frank. Factory h. 611 High 
Rankin Andrew, hat manuf. 304 Broad h. 28 Clinton 
Rankin Andrew, fur blower 7 Nuttman 
Rankin Rev. Charles W. rector St. Peter's Ch. Morristovon 
Rankin, Duryee & Co. hat manufacturers 2 Beaver 
Rankin Rev. Edward E. pastor 8/A avenue Ch. N. Y. 
Rankin Rev. Henry V. missionary to China 296 High 
Rankin Isaac N. office 2 Beaver h. 297 High 
Rankin James A. hat manuf. 304 Broad h. 28 Clinton 
Rankin William, Hill Park 296 High 
Rankin Jr. William, Treas. a. b. f. m. 413 Broad 
Ranney Miss, young ladies' school 208 Broad 
Rano Joseph S. shoemaker 4 Harrison's- Court 
Ransley James, confectioner 69 Bank 
Ransley William, livery stable 67 Halsey 
Ranscher William, engraver 6 Scott 
Ransom Newell, painter 26 Hamilton 
Rapplea James C. sexton House of Prayer h. 9 Stat©- 
Raup Charles, saddler 30 Division 
Rawley Thomas, carpenter 2 Brunswick 
Ray Elias S. (col'd) California h. 17 Academy 
Ray James, (col'd) 5 Pearl 
Ray Robert, cutter 24 Baldwin 
Raymond John, paper maker 82 New 
Raymond Stephen, jeweler 112 Church 
Read Maria, widow of John 132 Kinney 
Reader Clark, currier 16 Fair 
Reading Francis, proof reader 40 Fair 
Reading Miss Rebecca, 222 Broad 
Reaffer John, jeweler 90 Mulberry 
Rechsteiner John, professor of music 9 Liberty 
Red Patrick, boot maker 3 Hedges' Alley 
Redfield Elisha K. tinman 270 Plane 
Reding George, laborer 23 Prince 
Reeb Francis, brewer Ferry c Congress 
Reed Erastus, carriage maker 75 Union 
Reed Joseph, carpenter 66 State 
Reed Noah, carpenter 91 Catharine 
Reef Charles, zinc maker 2.5 Congress 
Reef Joseph, 151 South Market 
Rees John, shoemaker 3674 Broad h. 37 Orchard 
Reeve Abner S. builder and mason 113 Plane 
Reeve & Co. Abner S. coal and wood and masons' mate- 
rials, 141 River foot of Lumber 

Reeve , widow of David 88 Academy 

Reeve David B. builder Michigan 

Reeve Elizabeth, widow of Marcus D. 356 High C.Acad. 

Reeve Evayts, japanner 121 Washington 



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Reeve Ezra, builder 40 Pennington h- 117 Orchard 

Reeve Hannah, widow of William 88 Academy 

Reeve H. John, carpenter 157 South Market 

Reeve John M, shoemaker 702 Broad 

Reeve Jonas C. master mason 14 South Essex 

Reeve Lucius, saddler 88 Academy 

Reeve Zadock, mason 21 Bank 

Reeves Abner W. m- d. I30i Broad 

Reeves John, shoemaker 1 South Essex 

Reeves Joseph, tailor 39 Academy 

Reeves Moses, carpenter inquire 103 Catharine 

Reeves Oliver, grocer 57 William, h. 241 Plane 

Reeves Sarah, widow of Benjamin 121 Washington 

Reger Phillip, pedler 35 Bruen 

Rehise George, trunkmaker rear 98 Church 

Reid James, gardener River c. railroad 

Reigher Phillip, 25 South Prospect 

Reihing John, shoemaker 131 Baldwin 

Reilly Mary, widow of Michael 8 Pierson's Alley 

Reilly Robert, currier 219 Bank c. Boston 

Reiman Charles, physician 31 Clinton 

Reinhold William, jeweler 79 Walnut 

Reins Robert, boiler maker 8 Madison 

Reis William, tailor Broom c. Springfield avenue 

Remer Gortrude, widow of H. 49 Bank 

Remer Jacob F. 9 Academy 

Remer John, Geneva, N. Y. 

Remmela Casper, tailor 123 Baldwin 

Ren Elizabeth, tailoress 192 South Market 

Ren John, laborer Bellemont avenue n. Kinney 

Rennie Alexander, shoemaker 20 Lush 

Rennie James, shoemaiker 190 Plane 

Rennie Jr. James, cabinet maker 190 Plane 

Rennie John, shoemaker 11 Union 

Renton George H. machinist 522 h. 518 High 

Renton James, iron manufacturer 518 High 

Reock Aaron, shoemaker 107 Washington 

Reock Hannah, widow of Jacob P. 45 Chestnut 

Reock John, 15 Park 

Reock John H. 308 Broad h. 13 Boudinot 

Ressland Frederick K. shoemaker 12 Adams 

Reuck Aaron, cloth cutter 133 Market h. 153 Academy 

Reuter Joseph A. 121 Springfield avenue 

Renter , jeweler 59 Walnut 

Revolon Gustave, carpenter 17 Fair 
Reybold Anniste, segar case maker 250 Plane 
Reynolds Abby, widow 89 Plana 
Reynolds Ann, 125 Broad 



216 pierson's 

Reynolds Ely H. 23 North Essex 
Reynolds Frederick, metal worker 23 Mechanic 
Reynolds Henry, clerk 31 Monroe 
Reynolds James, farmer 68 Monroe 
Reynolds John, laborer 13 Van Buren 
Reynolds Sarah, 125 Broad 
Rhine Patrick, capt. Eclipse 38 Bridge 
Rhodabeek John, mason Nichols n. South Prospect 
Rhodes Harriet, widow of Samuel (col'd) 18 Division pi 
Rhodes Rev. Jacob, (col'd) 25 Somerset n. Spruce 
Rhodes John, carriage maker 3 North John 
Rhodes Nathan C. 16 Mechanic h. Church 
Rhornung Jacob, locksmith 37 Charlton 
Rice Andrew, shoemaker 120 State 
Rice Bernard, currier 15 Plane 
Rice George B. painter 23 North Essex 
■ Rice Jacob, carpenter 40 Richmond 
Rice Joseph, cabinet maker 46 Lush 
Rice J. Williams, painter 2 New h. 8 Front 
Rice Nahum, painter 32 Front 
Rice Rachel M. widow of Joseph W. 8 Front 
Rice Sophia, 2 Prospect place 

Rice William, picture frame maker 114 Washington 
Richards Cyrus, 21 Mulberry 
Ri' aards David W. grocer 362 Broad h. 25 Smith 
Richards D. W. & H. E. grocers 362 and 364 Broad 
Richards Henry E. grocer 362 h- 360 Broad 
Richards J ohv , .California 
Kicaards John C. 140 Point Lane 
Richards John L. builder 15 Franklin 
RichE'.ds Leonard, 150 South Broad 
Richards Marcus S. carpenter 24 Bank 
Richards Nathaniel, 590 Ferry 
Richards Samuel, gardner 557 Ferry 
Richards Thomas, farmer 590 Ferry 
Richards Thomas A. shoemaker 19 Mulberry 
Richards jr. Thomas. 30 Point Lane 
Richards William, farmer 590 Ferry 
Richards William, 43 Commerce c. Mulberry 
Richardson Enos, jeweler 40 Columbia h. New York 
Richardson Frederick, shoemaker 175 Plane 
Richardson Joseph, shoemaker 79 Plane 
Richardson Ralph, hatter 19J Commerce 
Richert Charles F. boarding house 93 South Canal 
Richmond William, painter ino Plane 
Richmond Orlando, shoemaker 179 Railroad avenue 
Rickerby John, baker and grocer 77 Green 
Rickerby & Irving, bakers and grocers 77 Green 



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Rickets Betsey, widow of Robert, (col'd) 2 Cranes' Basin 
Ricketts William, shingle shaver 11 Durand 
Ricord Elizabeth, teacher 47 Market 
Ricord Frederick W. librarian 115 h. 47 Market 
Ridel Frangois, French dyer 120 Market 
Ridler Albert, painter 20 Bleeker , 

Ridler Alfred, painter 20 Bleeker 
Ridler A. & A. painters 20 Bleeker 
Ridler William, painter 5'J Washington 
Ridley Sarah, widow of John 169 Plane 
Rigby James N. trimmer 5 CamQeld 
Rigby Nicholas, helper 51 Orange 
Riggs Abigail, widow of Caleb S. 146 High 
Riggs Edward Edenton, N. C. 146 High 
Riggs Irene, 1 10 L'nion 
Riggs Reuben, tobacconist 4S Fair 
Right John, patent leather 71 Garden 
Righter Harris, patent leather 100 South Orange avenue 
Righter Samuel, coach manuf. 100 Bruen 
Righter William A. att'y at law 151 Market r. City Hotel 
Riker Abraham N. shoemaker I42 Nesbitt 
Riker Abraham, india rubber New above Newark 
Riker Cornelius C. shoemaker 35 Ogden 
Riker David, mason 652 High 

Riker Geo. builder 59 State h 64 M. & E. Railroad ave. 
Riker George, mason 652 High 
Riker George W. cabinet maker 144 Nesbitt 
Riker & Goble, jewelers 379 Broad 
Riker Gottleib, laborer 30 Plume 
Riker Jacob, rear 28 Front 
Riker James A. cooper 134 Academy 
Riker John, cutler 18 Summit 
Riker John, justice peace 237 Plane 
Riker John A. carpenter 182 Academy 
Riker 4 Morris, builders 59 State above High 
Riker Peter, carpenter 171 Plane 
Riker Richard, mason 4 Plume 
Riker Stephen, oarriage maker 184 Bank 
Riker Thomas H. mason 579 High 
Riker William, jeweler 379 Broad h. 170 Mulberry 
Riker William, mason 574 High 
Riker William H. mason 57 State 
Riley Barney, laborer 43 Madison 
Riley Bartlett, currier 23 Augusta 
Riley Brian, laborer Hermon c. Thomas 
Riley Charles, mason 160" Ferry 
Riley Eugene, 163 Thomas 
Riley Francis, laborer 17 Plane 

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218 pierson's 

Riley James, shoe mfr. 167 Market 

Riley James, shoemaker 167 Hank 

Riley James, laborer HO fcsouih Canal 

Riley James, laborer I6i) Commerce 

Riley James, blacksmith 1924 South Market 

Riley Juhn, laborer 175 Plane 

Riley John, box maker 68 Court 

Riley John, laborer 85 Quarry 

Riley John, laborer 163 Thomas c. Goble 

Riley John, laborer 20 Market 

Riley Joseph, grocer 174 Plane 

Riley Michael, grocer 37 Mechanic 

Riley Miles, currier 5 (Cherry Alley 

Riley Owen, blacksmiih 27 Catharine 

Riley Patrick, tailor 63 Jefferson 

Riley Peter, shoemaker 133 Academy 

Riley Thomas, laborer 60 Adams 

Riley William, (coj'd) 70 Garden 

Rindell Anthony C. mason 195 Mulberry 

Rindell John, carpenter G South Essex 

Riorden Patrick, m. e. r. r. h. 76 Orange 

Ripley David, steam saw mill h. 113 Commerce 

Ripley & Co David, sieam saw & planing 16 Commercial 

Ripley William A. clerk steam saw mill 113 Commerce 

Risley John, 55 Lafayette 

Rispen Patrick, laborer 2 Jackson 

Rissland Christopher, laborer 23 Charlton 

Rissland Jacob, laborer 28 Van Buren 

Ritchie Charles G. asst. keeper County Jail 

Ritchie Frances E. widow of William 16 Chestnut 

Ritchie Henry, locksmith 110 Elm 

Ritter Thomas, 344 Broad 

Ritter William Henrv, tailor 18 South Canal 

Riuhenk Anthony, machinist 96 Church 

Riverline , paper maker 116 Mill 

Roach James, laborer 12 River 

Roalofs Andrew, foundry 5 East Mechanic h. 43 Ferry 

Roalofs James, iron founder 103 McWhorier 

Robb Elizabeth, widow of Samuel 29 Park 

Robb John, wood merchant 31 Park 

Robb WjUiam, carman 29 Park 

Robbins Harriet, 285 Washington 

Robbins Isaac, shoemaker 144 Plane 

Robbins John, carpenter 82 Ridge 

Robert Mrs. Joseph, 8 Centre 

Reberiinson James, jewt-ler 34 Orchard 

Roberts Ellas, mason Ih3 Elizabelhtown Road 

Roberts Elizabeth, widow of Wm. H 93 Mulberry 



NEWARK DIRECTOKV. 219 

Roberts Jacob, (col'd) whitewasher rear 89J Halsey 

Roberts John, porter house 1034 Broad 

Robeits Joseph, butcher 1 10 State 

Roberts Moses, 6-26 Broad 

Roberts Parris, laborer 12 Mill 

Roberts Sarah, widow of Sears 22 William 

Roberts Stephen, tailor 138 Market 

Roberts Stephen J. cutter 41 Columbia 

Roberts William, builder 1g3 Commerce 

Roberts William, gardner 4 South Orange avenue 

Roberts William, mason 19 Sheffield 

Roberts Jr. William, builder 163 Commerce 

Robertson Alexander, accountant 98 Elm 

Robertson Charles, jeweler 3 1 Clinton 

Robertson Charles F. grocer 46 South Canal 

Robertson Charles L. accountant 34 Front h. Warren 

Robertson Elias C. varnish 225 Railroad av. h. 31 Cottage 

Robertson James B. 154 Broad 

Robertson John, jeweler 3 1 Clinton 

Robertson Jr. John^-ton, stone cutter 774 Court 

Robertson Robert, goldsmith 14 Pennington 

Robeson George M. att. at law 289 Bd. r. 1 Park Chh. PI. 

Robineau Lewis, jeweler 104 Tichenor 

Robinson Amelia, widow of Ttiomas 7 Sheffield 

Robinson Catharine, widow of Samuel, nurse 6 Fulton 

Robinson Dinah, (col'd) 32 Liberty 

Robinson George, harness maker 41 Halsey 

Robinson Hetty, widow of Thomas 4 Clinton 

Robinson John, hatier 6 Beaver 

Robinson John, markelman 238 Washington 

Robinson John O. att'y at law Nassau N. Y. 

Robinson Joseph, gardner 15 Parkhurst 

Robinson Morton, m. d. 143 Mulberry 

Robinson Susan M. C. widow of James nurse 39l Broad 

Robinson William, grocer 71 Lock 

Robinson & Co. William, grocers 71 Lock 

Robinson William M. founder 124 Lock 

Roch Julius, machinist 86 Quarry 

Rockelhouse John, varnisher 112 William 

Rock Michael, laborer 4 Gallager's Court 

Rockafellar William, cabinet maker 26i Orchard 

Rockwell A. A. dress maker 3 Green 

Rockwell Walter M. hardware New York h. 351 Wash'n 

Roden Henry, jeweler 46 Walnut 

Roder Charles, tailor 147 Court 

Rodgers Eliza A. widow of G. M. 23 Garden 

Rodgers Jabez, carriage mfr. '227 Mulberry h. 344 Broad 

Rodgers James T. coach maker 227 Mulberry h. 344 Broad 



220 pierson's 

Bodgers James W. harness maker 478 Broad 

Rodgers John H. trimmer 227 Mulberry r. 344 Broad 

Rodgers J.T.&J. H. light carr. mfrs 227 Mulby c.Chestnot 

Rodgers Sarah A. widow of John 24 Hill 

Rodgers Spencer W. blacksmith 490 Broad 

Rodh John, shoemaker 22 Broom 

Rodman John, 26 Clinton 

Rodrigo Elizabeth, widow of Joshua nurse 5 Franklin 

Rodwell Aaron M. coach mfr. 40 Mechanic h. 7 Columbia 

Rodwell Elizabeth, tailoress 31 Halsey 

Rodwell Samuel, currier 15 Plane 

Roe Bartilla, laborer 230 Mulberry 

Roe James, farmer North Orange Road 

Roe James M. Express Lunch 314 Broad h. 3i Mechanic 

Roe Joseph C. cutler Newark n. Inness 

Roe Patrick, japanner Chatham c. Warren 

Roe Peter, currier 234 Mulbery 

Roff Aaron A. merchant, Macon, Geo. r. 243 High 

Roff Charles B. hardware 93 Pearl N. Y. 

Roff Charles H. builder 21 Nesbitt 

Roff Erastus W. sash and blind 19 Bank h. 78 Halsey 

Roff George M. carpenter 247 Plane 

Roff John, shoemaker 264 Washington 

Roff William, 263 Broad r. Park House 

Rogan Daniel, laborer 99 Academy 

Rogers Alfred H. book seller 194 Broad h. 22 Shipman 

Rogers Alonzo D. japanner 35 Congress 

Rogers Ann, widow of William 23 East River 

Rogers Ann, widow of Charles 43 Goble n. Thomas 

Rogers Charles G. 22 River * 

Rogers Charles W. shoe cutter 109 Broad 

Rogers Daniel, laborer 87 Pennington 

Rogers David L. m. d. 3 Clinton Place, Clinton N. J. 

Rogers Edward, 19 River 

Rogers Rev. Elytnus P. past«r 1st African Pres. Chh. h. 

118 Newark 
Rogers Emma, widow of Peter 12 River 
Rogers Henry, (col'd) 93 Baldwin 
Rogers Henry, attorney 258i Broad 
Rogers Jabez D. 84 Ferry c. Congress 
Rogers Joanna, widow of David 92 Ferry 
Rogers Joseph, shoemaker 133 Kinney 
Rcgers Mary, widow of William 258i Broad 
Rogers Patrick, tailor 164 Washington 
Rogers Peter J. boot maker 612 High 
Rogers Thomas, shoemaker 2 Rirhmond 
Rogers 1 homas, laborer 100 Sheffield 
Rogers Washington, machinist 85 Catharine 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 221 

Rogers William, basket mfr. 117 Market 
Rohde George, spring manufacturer 2 Broad 
Roll Archibald, painter 40 Franklin h. 24 Cottage 
Roll John, painter and glazier 32 Franklin 
Roll Sandford F. carpenter 27 Bank 
Rollins Nelson, (col'd) 1 White 
Rollinson Lewis, carpenter 14 Baldwin 
Rollinson Mary A. widow of Thomas grocer 107 Broad 
Rolth Albert, jeweler 203 Railroad avenue 
Romaine Cornelius, harness maker 76 Halsey 
Romanus Charles, shoemaker 518 Broad 
Rome Jane (col'd) 12 Pearl 
Romei Aaron, coach maker 15 Fair 
Romei Peter, comb maker 238 Plane 
Roman John, quarryman Ridge c. Mill 
Roman William, hatter 19 Ogden 
Rooney William, laborer 33 Lock 
Roos L. cap and fur manufacturer 37 Commerce 
Rorbach Charles P. trunk mfr. 342 Broad h. 3 Hamilton 
Rorbach & Co. C. P. trunk mfrs. 342 Broad 
Rorck James, grocer II Ridge 
Rorty Mary, 152 Bank 
Rose Daniel D. tailor 259 Washington 
Rose Isaac A. hatter enquire 127 Kinney 
Rose Rev. J. D. pastor of Ger. E. chh. 41 Division Place 
Rose John N. hatter 3 East Fair 
Rose Robert D. jeweler 383 Broad 
Rosegrant William A. hatter 6 Division 
Rosen David, currier 180 Washington 
Rosly Frederick, locksmith 9 Liberty 
Rosnel David, carpenter 119 Walnut 
Ross Aaron L. shoe manufacturer 60 William 
Ross Edwin, baker 22 Academy 
Ross Flavel, tinman 122 Market h. 193 Washington 
Ross George G. portrait painter 115 Market h. E.towm Jid 
Ross Henry, shoemaker 36 South Canal 
Ross Jacob, laborer 51 Jones 
Ross James, Newark Daily office h. 28 Academy 
Ross Jane, widow of Stephen W. 15 Market 
Ross John J. tailor 184 Broad h. 30 Elm 
Ross M. saddler, 20 Bruen 
Ross Margaret, widow of James 88 Commerce 
Ross Moses, 259 Washington 
Ross Moses Lee, carpenter 18 Orchard 
Ross & Munier, tin and stove manufacturers I'^S Market 
Ross Sarah H. 12 Church 
Ross Talmage, carman 11 Lafayette 
Boss Tryphenia, widow of Samuel 42 Smith 
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222 



PIERSON S 



Ross William B. tailor 27 Boudinot 

Ross William H. carman 8 Ward 

Ross William L. hatter 88 Commerce 

Rothschilds Jacob, jeweler 33 Park 

Rothfuss John, jeweler 242 Mulberry 

Rothfuss Lewis, carpet weaver 868 Broad h. 29 Pearl 

Rothen Emily, 134 Orange 

Rotzeller Frederick, blacksmith 168 Mulberry 

Round William T. jeweler 34 Columbia 

Rowans Ann, widow boarding house 238 Broad 

Rowans Beatty, currier 29 Catharine 

Rowans Maria B. children's clothing 238 Broad 

Rowden George, fringe, tassel and cord mir. 346 Broad 

Rowdeii Henry, jeweler 32 Orchard 

Rowden John, turner 22 Orchard 

Rowe Michael, laborer 110 Tichenor 

Rowell William, organ maker 26 Lombardy 

Rowen John, currier 33 Academy 

Rowen John, varnish manufacturer 160 h. 214 Washiig'n 

Rowen Martin, varnish mfr. 160 h. 214 Washington 

Rowen Jr. Martin, attorney at law California 214 Wash. 

Rowen & Son M. varnish mfrs. 160 Washington 

Rowenstine John, laborer 42 Congress 

Roy George S. 60 New 

Roy Rebecca, widow of John 60 New 

Ru Julius, trunk maker lOl Catharine 

Rubsam Anna R. 13 Springfield avenue 

Rubsam Christian T. A. leader brass band 13 Springfi'd av 

Ruch Phillip, laborer 87 Tichenor 

Ruckel George C. cloth cutter 32 Bank 

Ruckel Sarah, widow of John E. 171 Broad 

Rudolph George, jeweler 26 Marshall 

Rudolph George, goldsmith 334 Broad h. 4 Academy 

Ruger Nelson, spoke turner 46 Lawrence 

Rumpf John F. shoemaker 118 Commerce 

Rumph George, 2 Crockett 

Rundle Eliza J. doctress U Thomas 

Runyon Jr. Abraham, tailor 56 Church 

Runyon Edward, varnish maker 77 Halsey 

Runyon John, laborer 56 Church 

Runyon Peter H. carpenter 59 Green 

Runyon Theodore, att. at law 326 Broad r. i Park Chh. pi 

Rupert , widow of John 60 State 

Ruppract Conrad, shoemaker 56 Charlton 
Ruppract John, shoemaker 106 Church 
Rush John, hatter 92 River 
Russell Alexander, 1 East Mechanic 
Russell Asher, brass turner 244 Plane 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 223 

Rassell Caleb, shoemaker 45 Fair 

Russell Christop>lier B. laborer Sayres Dock 

Russell Elizabeth, widow of Caleb boarding h. 16 Fair 

Russell Henry A. cutler 29 Court 

Russell John H. shoemaker 52 Church 

Russell Michael, currier 180 Washington 

Russell Noah D. coach maker 120 R. R. av. h. 3 Nichols 

Russeil Stephen, laborer 164 Washington 

Russe'l Susan, widow of William 98 Mulberry 

Russell William, currier 180 Washington 

Russell William A. sash and blinds 3 Ferry h. 16 Walnut 

Rutan George, carriage maker 26 Bridge 

Rutan Isaac M. ship carpenter 65 Comm'al h. 13 E. River 

Rutan James, shoemaker 96 Kinney 

Rutan & Co. I. M, ship builders 65 Commercial 

Rutan John, hame, dash and railing mfr. 15j h. 8 Plane 

Rutan Nicholas W. painter 70 Broad h. 33 M. Sf E.R.R. ar. 

Rutan Richard G. carpenter 242 Market 

Rutherford John, att. at law Lodi over the River 

Rutherford Margaret, widow of Samuel 23 East River 

Rutteger Phillip, tailor 49 Prince 

Ryan Dennis, laborer 99 Bruen 

Ryan John, laborer 82 River 

Ryan John, shoemaker 46 Plane 

Ryan Matthew, laborer 179 Plane 

Ryan Patrick, capt. Eclipse 38 Bridge 

Ryan Thomas, laborer 46 Academy 

Ryan William, hatter 159 Academy 

Ryan William, laborer 7 East Kinney 

Ryckman John, tailor 54 Columbia 

Ryer William, soda water manuf. 30 Broad 

Ryerson Cornelius, 228^ Plane 

Ryerson George M. stair bolder 1 h. 11 Beach 

Ryerson Nathaniel W. whe^wright 551 High 

Ryerson Peter, 228j Plane 

Ryerson Peter N. saddler 10 Clay 

Ryerson Sarah, silk 112 New 

Ryno Enoch, porter house 124 Market 



Sable Christian, turner 1,6 Fair 

Salaver Frederick, laborer 48 Front 

Salegh Joseph, tailor 30 Spruce 

Salmon Vancleve M. sash and blind maker 46 Court 

Salter Charles, jeweler 7 Franklin 

Silter Moses Smith, mason 124 Union 

Sam Henry, tailor 74 Bank 

Sample Henry, harness maker 85 Mulberry 



224 PiEusoif's 

Sample Philo, saddler 85 Mulberry 

Samson lienjamin P. shoemaker 8 Ailing 

Samson David B. machinist 9i York 

Samson George, shoemaker 166 Bank 

Sanders Anthony, laborer rear l67 Academy 

Sanders Francis A. boatman 167 Academy 

Sanders George W. shoemaker New n. First 

Sanders John, blacksmith 32 M. & E. R. R, avenue 

Sanders Joseph, teamster Orleans n. Nesbilt 

Sanders Lydia, nurse enquire 48 Lawrence 

Sanders Michael, painters 91 Plane 

Sanders Stephen B. coach manuf 76 h. 165 Mulberry 

Sandnson Robert B. jeweler 36 Orchard 

Bar^Mord Delia, 37 Market 

Sai^ibrd Enoch, mason 43 Ogden n. Cros» 

Sandford Gamaliel, farmer 14 Garden 

Sandford Garret, constable 27 Fair 

Sandford John G. hatter 23 Fair 

Sandford Levi H. grocer 95 Broad h. 68 Spring 

Sandford Maria, 76 Spring 

Sandford Mary Ann, widow of William R. 68 Spring 

I^andlord Michael, sale and exchange stable 83 S. Broad 

Sandford Oscar, 10 Stephens' Court 

Sandford Phebe, widow of George 20 Bleeker 

Sandford Sarah C. 98 Plane 

Sandford William, farmer Sharpsiown^ Salem Co. N. J. 

Sandford William P. P. m. d. 1 Commerce 

Sands Mingo P. (cold) cook 356 Broad h. rear 4 Wash, al 

Sanford Benjamin, dock builder 12 East Kinney 

Sanford David, 115 Kinney 

Sanford Edward C sa^h & blind manufacturer 116 Elte 

Sanford Francis P. machinist 290 Market h. 21 Smith 

Sanford James R. sash and bttnd maker 15'2 Plane 

Sanford Joseph, boardinfj h. 152 Plane 

Sanford , widow of Nathaniel W. 21 Smitib^ 

Sanford Peter, contractor 46 Columbia 
Sansom Alexander, well digger Newark n. Canal 
Sanyster James, stone cutter 77J Court 
Sargent George, shoemaker 216 Plane 
Sauerbier Henry, cutler 7 Mechanic h. 3 Franklin 
Saunders Catharine, widow 51 William 
Saurnier Peter P. druggist 96 Market 

Sauterroeister , paper hangings 50 N. Canal 

Sautry Daniel, saddler 40 North Canal 
Savage James, shoemaker 69 River 
Savage Michael, shoemaker 304 Market 
Sawyer Joseph, machinist 157 Academy 
payers Eliza, dres6 maker 7t Nesbirt 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 225 

Sayre Abner, mason 69 Plane 

Sayre Albert, dry goods 222 Broad r. 16 Commerce 

Sayre & Brothers, grocers 115 River foot Centre 

Sayre Davis, mason 23 State 

Sayre Elias E. spring maker 41 Fair 

Sayre Esther, widow of Stephen 125 Washington 

Sayre Ezra M. master mason 115 Orchard 

Sayre Fanny, widow of William G. rear 29 Halsey , 

Sayre George D. California 122 Broad 

Sayre George W. plater 58 Court 

Sayre James R. master mason 192 Orange 

Sayre jr. James R. brick, lime, lath and coal yard Sooth of 

steamboat dock h. 11 Smith 
Sayre John R. grocer 185 Railroad avenue 
Sayre Joseph, patent leather 2§ Hill 
Sayre J. Reeve, grocer 1 15 River r. 20 Fulton 
Sayre Lewis, blacksmith 54 William 
Sayre Marcus, brick, lime, <^c. R. R. Bridge h. 25 New 
Sayre Moses, master mason 25 New c. Halsey 
Sayre Moses Y. bread wagon l6 Liberty 
Sayre Phebe, 35 Halsey 
Sayre Squire, patent leather 22 Hill 
Sayre Stephen M. grocer 115 River h. 105 Orange 
Sayre Stephen R. tailor 1 Commerce h. 35 S. Essex 
Sayre William, segar maker 28 Crane 
Sayre William P. grocer 187 Railroad avenue 
Sayre William R. brick, lime, Ac. h. 20 Fulton 
Sayre W. R. & M. dealers in brick, lime, lath, paving 
stones, coal, &c. Mechanics' Wharf at R.R. bridge 
Sayres Hetty, widow of Stephen 195 Market 

Sayres Phebe, widow of Uzal U Ferry 

Sayrs James C. farmer 289 High 

Scandling Patrick, laborer 99 Bruen 

Scarlett George W. shoemaker 134 Kinney 

Scarlett David A. shoemaker 134 Kinney 

Scarlett, Dodd &, Co. buckle manufacturers Inclined plane 

Scarlett William, buckle mfr. Inc plane h. 312 Washing'n 

SciUtergood Caroline J. widow of John 38j Springfield av. 

Schaaf Peter, tailor 78 Catharine 

Schaefer Louis W. prof. German, French and music 
2 Morris buildings r. 124 Broad 

Schafer Charles, carpenter rear 97 South Canal 

Schal? Lewis, tailor 169 Court 

SchafTer Peter, boatman 30 Searing 

Schalk Adolph, brewer 82 Hamburg Place 

Schalk Herman, 82 Hamburg place 

Schalk Nepomuk, brewer 82 Hamburg place 

Schaller Frederick, trunk maker 149 Court 



226 pierson's 

Schamp George, mason 3 Nesbitt's Court 
Schander Henry, shoemaker 53 Broom 
Scharff Adrian, Bloornfield road rear Harvet/^s Garden 
Scharphoof Benjamin, tailor 24 Union 
>Scheel John, laborer 17 Niagara 
Scheel John, gardener rear 412 Ferry 
Scheel Michael, markelman Centre Market h. 26 Darand 
Scheel Thomas, gardener 428 Ferry 
Scheerer George, stone moulder 140 Elm 
Scheffner Emile, law student 356 Br<'ad 
Schell Nicholas, tailor 325 Washington 
Schelling Christian A. tailor 15 West 
Snhenck George, sup:rintendant alms house 
Schenck John L. hatter 213 Plane 
Sebenck Lewis, boarding house 121 Commerce 
Schenck Margaret, widow of Abraham V. 110 Mulberry 
Schenck William. Newark & N. Y. Express 10 Plane 
Schenkel John, tailor 5 Grand 
Schermier John M. tailor 1 70 Broad 
Schemer Barney, tailor 120 Springfield avenue 
Schickandance Henry, bone turner at (M. R. fc D's) 

Hamilton c. Bruen 
Schieb Anthony, tailor 169 Court 
Schien Ulrick, grocer 113 Market 
Schierenberg Conrad, shoemaker 6 Division 
Schierholtz Charles, halter 10 South Orange avenae 
Schil Juston, widow of Charles 3 Willow 
Schipel Balthazzar, boatman 178 Academy 
Schirzir John, laborer 53 Niagara 
Schisler Adam, blacksmith 4 Kast Kinney 
Schlect Henry, shoemaker 20J Bank 
Schlegel JVidolin, artist 250 r. 366 Broad 
Schler Philip, zinc works 9 Kast River 
Schlesinger H. Wolf peddler West 
Schiipf Jacob, 18 Market 
Schmalstick Charles, 16 Ward 
Schmalstick Hessers, 16 I^awrence 

Schmidt , jeweler 59 Walnut 

Schmidt Augustus, tailor 30 Springfield avenue 

Schmidt Charles, shoemaker 237 Washington 

Schmidt Frederick, farmer 105 Hamburg place 

Schm'dt George, butcher J- ^outh Market h. 6 E. River 

Schmidt Gotthart, 154 South Market 

Schmidt jr Gotthart, butcher 18 Ferry h. 154 S. Market 

Schmidt Jacob, 27 North Canal 

Schmidt Jacob, butcher 14 Centre M. 195 S. Market 

Schmidt John, shoe manufacturer 54 Mulberry 

Scbnake Augustus C. tailor 85 Orange 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 227 

Schnapp Nicholas, cane chairs 38 Catharine 

Schneider John, watch case maker 14 Plum 

Schnell Henry, shoemaker rear 106 Church 

Schober George, jeweler 168 Mulberry 

Schoder Andrew, tanner 33 Broad 

Schoder Jacob, tanner 33 Broad 

Schock John J. licensed victualer 131 Plane 

Schoennamsgruber George, tailor 94 Tichenor over R. R. 

Schollmeyer John C. harness maker 28 Mercer 

Schon Lewis, locksmith :230 Washington 

Schonewolf William.canaller 1 Crockett 

Schonker George D. cabinet maker 108 Oliver 

School Public, see PubUc Schools 

Schoonmaker Peter, coach painter 8 Columbia 

Schorger George, engraver 13 Scott 

Schrader Catharine, widow of John 50 Jones 

Schrader Henry, jeweler 38 Walnut 

Schreiber John, wine dealer 44 Market 

Schrommpf George, weaver 1 Crockett 

Schuffner Emile, law student 143 Market 

Schureman Albert B. builder 27 Div Pi. h. 31 Columbia 

Schureman Catharine, widow of Sylvester 630 High 

Schureman Jacob, carpenter 69 Spring 

Schureman John N. carpenter 45 Columbia 

Schureman Sarah, widow of Samuel 45 Columbia 

Schureman William J. leather dresser 106 Church 

Schwan Phillip, saddle girth weaver 43 Lock 

Schwarz Adam, carpet weaver 372 Broad 

Schwartz Herman, halter 90 Commerce 

Scofield George F. clerk 1 Brunswick 

Scofield Joseph, japanner 35 State 

Scott Alexander, gardener 16 Cross 

Scott Catharine, widow of Jonas 64 Upper JefTerson 

Scott Charles, blacksmith 167 Court 

Scott Cornelia B. milliner and dressmaker 172 Broad 

Scott Daniel O. merchant 720 h- 661 Broad 

Scott Edward, laborer 13 North Canal 

Scott Rev. James, d. d. pastor R. D. Chh. 29 Mulberry 

Scott Joseph, (col'd) laborer 81 Catharine 

Scott Elizabeth, dress maker 172 Broad 

Scott John, currier 324 Bioad 

Scott Lawrence, hatter 110 New 

Scott Martin H. carpenter 172 Broad 

Scott Peter, (col'd) 122 Baldwin 

Scott Spencer, clothier 288 Broad r. Park house 

Scribnet Isaac, brick maker Ba'timore, Md. 

Scribner Martin, brick maker 20 Napoleon 

Scudder Betsey, widow of Benjamin 7 Oak 



228 pierson's 

Scudder Catharine, widow 25 Rankin 

Scudder Lewis C. (col'd) coachman 12 Pearl 

Scudder Pliillip C. railrciad agent 103 Mulberry 

Seal John, macliinist 7 Sheffield 

Seal John, joiners' tools 141 Quarry 

Sealy Alberf, cabinet maker 46 VV^alnut 

Sealy John, cabinet maker 46 Walnut 

Sealy jr. John, halter 23 Commerce 

Sealy Reuben, wheelwright 94 Elm 

Sealy Thomas, hatter 40 Walnut 

Seaman Benjamin, harness maker 27 Bruen 

Seaman Eliza, widow of Ephraim nurse 84 Plane 

Seaman Francis, grinder 96 Quarry 

Seaman Tobias t). Souih Ward Hotel 398 Broad 

Searfoss Amos H. millwright 72 Bleeker 

Searing Albert, japanner 10 Nuttman 

Searing Jacob, baker 83 Broad 

Searing James, mill 7 Nuttman h. 188 Warren 

Searing John, City Marshall 71 Bank 

Searing John D. sash and blind 84 Academy 

Searing Jonas, clerk 188 Warren 

Searing Leander, engineer 9 Ailing 

Searing Oliver W. jeweler 9 Fair 

Searing Simon, floar merchant 13 Fulton 

Searle William C. paper stainer 107 Commerce 

Searles Isaac, machinist 440 High 

Searles James J. grinder rear 12 Fair 

Searles William N. 66 Bleeker 

Sears George B. teacher 250 High 

Seaton Horace, lace store 260 and 354 Broad 

Sedgwick John, 438 Broad 

Segeman Phillip, laborer 17 Plume 

Segeman Jr. Phillip, tailor 17 Plume 

Segrove Christopher, tailor 40 Plane 

Seib John, gardener 21 Oxford 

SeidbertC hatter 168 Mulberry 

Seigler Eldon, frame maker 59 Commerce 

Seipel John, baker 71 Mercer 

Seitz Charles, hatter 19 Ward 

Seitz William, jeweler 19 Ward 

Sekadz Ludwig, box maker 96 Market 

Selfridge Susan, widow of Robert tailoress 26 Quarry 

Selby William, hatter 69 Orange 

Senez Dominic, pastor St, Patrick's chh. 76 Washington 

Sessing John Augustus, 122 Congress 

Severance Erastus, cordwainer 76 Academy 

Sexton I'. E. teacher 35 Bridge 

Sexton Matthew, box maker 7 Division Place 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 1229 

Seymour Catharine, widow of James W. 61 Mechanic 
Seymour Mary Ann, widow of Samuel 6 James 
Seymour John, 61 Mechanic 
Sha Patrick, switch tender 9 Ailing 
Shaarin Simon, laborer 65 Jefferson 
Shafer Charles, jeweler 21 Prince 
Shafer Frederick, tailor 264 Bank 
Shafer Henry, jeweler 6 Cammack's Alley 
Shafer Jacob, tailor 19 Parker 
Shafer Stephen, herbs &c. 186 Market h. 15 State 
Shaff John W. California 189 Washington 
Shaffray Owen, laborer 198 South Market 
Shamb John, tailor 34 South Canal 
Shanley Michael, hat mfr. rear 8h Green h. 15 Church 
Shanley «Sr Co. Michael, halters rear 8§ Green 
Shannon Donald, carpenter 65 West 
Shannon Michael, mason 139 Plane 
Shannon Thomas, laborer 30 Norfolk 
Shaper Frederick, mason 36 Bellemont avenue 
Sharp Alpheus, saddler 74 Bank 
Sharp Henry, machinist 35 Bridge 
Sharp John, carman 2 Quarry 

Sharp Thomas, coach trimmer 76 Mulberry h.48 Lawrence 
Sharp William, shoemaker 13 New 
Sharpe Mrs. A. French corset maker 204 h. 200 Broad 
SharpeChas. W. ornamental painter 200 Broad 
Shaurar Oliver, carpenter 38 Jones 
Shavlin Patriclt, shoemaker 17 Sheffield 
Shaw Arnold, patent leather 95 Catharine 
Shaw Daniel, tailor rear 531 Ferry 
Shaw Eleanor, thread and needle store 90 (Quarry 
Shaw Isaac V. builder 30 Adams 
Shaw James, saw sets 16 Summit 
Shaw Robert, body maker II Maiden Lane 
Shaw William M. paper hangings 38 S.Market h. 39 Bank 
Shawolf Frederick, boatman Bellemont ave. n. Kinney 
Shay John, laborer rear 22 North Prospect 
Shay Robert, currier 11 Catharine 
Shearer Electa, widow of James 112 Bank 
Sheehan P. E. m. d 66 New 
Sheek Christian, carpenter Parker 
Sheeran Ann, widow of Frederick 53 Crane 
Sheeran Thomas, laborer 198 Bank 
Sheets Charles, cooper 2 Quarry 
Sheller John, jeweler 6 Beach 
Shelling Adam, cooper 9 Hal«ey'8 Court 
Shepherd Benjamin, 8 Parker 
Shepherd David, oyster dealer 8 Parker 
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230 PIERSON'S 

Shepherd Frederick, mason Kinney c. Belleraont Ave. 

Shepherd Jacob, laborer 14 Parker 

Shepherd Jonas, fisherman 16 Parker 

Shepherd Peter, Kinney c. Broom 

Shepherd William, 228* Plane 

Shepherd William A. clerk 248 Broad r. 14 Park 

Sheriden Edward, shoemaker 21 Rankin 

Sheriden Manuel, shoemaker and grocer 62 Plane 

Sheriden Thomas, shoemaker 99 Bruen 

Sherlock John, coachmaker 10 Mulberry 

Sherman Abraham H. att'v at law 115 Market h. 14 Oak 

Sherman Alvah, Library Hall h. Clinlon, N^ J. 

Sherman Amos, cloth cutter 133 Market r. 17 Commerce 

Sherman Charles A. sec. Clinton Ins. Co. r. 356 Broad 

Sherman Charles F. merchant N. Orleans 17 Commerce 

Sherman Harriet, dressmaker 18 Broad 

Sherman Joseph, patent leather and grocer Newark c. 

Sussex Avenue. 
Sherman Miranda, patent leather lp7 Orange 
Sherman William W. clerk post office h. 14 Fulton 
Sherriff Job, coach furniture rear 23Ward 
Sherry Francis, patent leather 150 Lock 
Sherry Patrick, laborer 1 North Broad 

Sherwood , widow of George D. 109 Market 

Sherwood Lucretia, widow 4 Garden 

Sherwood Stephen, cloth cutter lO Columbia 

Sherwood William L. 80 River 

Shevlin Patrick, laborer 168 Bank 

Shields George, laborer 210 Elm 

Shields Patrick, shoemaker 621 High 

Shields Rebecca, widow of Christopher 124 Plane 

Shieling J. Frederick, shoemaker 116 Newark 

ShifFer William H. currier at Simpson's 

Shilliday John, master mason 26 Bleeker 

Shinkwin Austin, 85 Bleeker 

Shipley Amos, plated metal 67 Catharine 

Shipley Hannah, dress maker 39 Academy 

Shipley Joseph, machinist 75 Catharine 

Shipman Alexander, rod maker 85 Mulberry 

Shipman Caleb H. hat dealer 130 Maiden Lane, N. Y. h. 

23 Park 
Shipman Charles T. grocer 169 h. 229 Market 
Shipman & Co. C. T. grocers 169 Market 
Shipman Geo. E. merchant c. Liberty cj- Broadway, N. Y. 
Shipman Horace, currier 98 Market 
Shipman Joseph, clerk 151 r. 229 Market 
Shipman Josiah, shoemaker 77 Catharine 
Shipway Ann, wid.of Thos.porter and ale brewer 86Mulby 
Shires Samuel, file cutter 58 Court 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 28i 

Shirreff Charles, hair seat manuf. 14 h. 3 McWhorler 

ShirrefF William, hair seat manuf 14 h. 3 McWhorter 

Shirreff W. & C. hair seat manufacturers 14 McWhorter 

Shirryd Thomas, malleable iron 306 Market 

Shmalts Michael, shoemaker 44 Mulberry 

Shnabel George, tailor 49 Jones 

Shelter Henry, scourer 11 Lumber 

Shook William H. 196 Market 

Shop Peter, shoemaker 37 Prince 

Shoppy John, book keeper 615 Broad 

Shoppy William, blacksmith 25 Broad 

Short William, laborer 65 Boston 

Shotwell Daniel, halter 17 Jefferson 

Shove William, 366 Broad 

Shoveland Patrick, shoemaker 203 Railroad avenue 

Shoyer Henry, tailor Ui Plane 

Shrader Henry, tailor 223 Bank 

Shrag P. architect I Washington Hall 

Shrenlon Daniel, carpenter 65 West 

Shubert Nicholas, carman 28 Prince 

Shugard Henry, harness maker 226 Broad 

Shugard Mrs. H, millinery store 226 Broad 

Shugard Samuel, hi mess maker 371 h. 371 Broad 

Shugard William, harness manufacturer 371 h. 423 Broad 

Shuler John, locksmith 131 Plane 

Shuler Joseph, gardner 17 Plume 

Shultz Deborah, widow of Benj. S. boarding h. 94 Market 

Shuort Rebecca, widow of Charles 31 Kinney 

Shute James W. carpenter 105 South Prospect 

Sickles Abraham, house smith 27 Ward 

Sickles Abraham V. cutter 31 Nesbitt 

Sickles George G. refectory 278 Market h. 33 Ward 

Sickles George L. 33 Ward 

Siddall William, cutter 24 Sheffield 

Sidels Elizabeth, widow of John 7 North Canal 

Siebert George T. tailor 49 Fair 

Siedz John, basket maker 45 Parker 

Siepert Henry, locksmith 124 Washington 

Sigler Alfred J. !0 Ward 

Sigler Ann, widow of Moses tailoress 41 Orchard 

Sigler Charles, wheelwright 20 Columbia 

Sigler Elden H. looking glass m. 204 Market h. 59 Com- 

Sigler Euphemia, tailoress 17 Kinney 

Sigler George W. trimmer 24 Cottage 

Sigmond John, currier 119 Lock 

Sikenger Gottlieb, carpenter 63 Mercer 

Silver Martin, 23 Garden 

Silverthorne James, segar maker 7 Halsey's Court 

Silverthorne William, laborer 7 Halsey's Court 



232 fier9on'» 

Silvey Edward, grocer 18 h. 29b Broad 

Silvey James, shoe manuf. 94 Broad h. 82 Spring 

Silvey John G. inquire at 82 Spring 

Silvey William, baker 18 Broad h. 62 North B»oad 

Simmall William, shoemaker 22 South 

Simmons Sf Brovrn, milliners 343 Broad c Fair 

Simmons Hannah, vsridow of John 15 WasliingtoA 

Simon John, tailor 144 Court 

Simon John K. cutter 22 South Essex 

Simonson Abraham, blacksmith 108 Plane 

Simonaon John W. plater rear 43 Monroe 

Simonson Stci>hen, coach trimmer 16 Liberty 

Simpson Alexander, boatman 8 Cross 

Simpson Jr. Alexander, boatman 8 Cross 

Simpson Eliza M. widow of Jerome 196 Market 

Simpson Ferdinand, quarry man 700 Broad 

Simpson George, (col'd) 16 Academy 

Simpson James, boatman 8 Cross 

Simpson John K. patent leather 154 River h. 4 S. Bridge 

Simpson John W. patent leather 154 River h. 1 Lui»ber 

Simpson Thomas, laborer 24 Broad 

Simpson William M. house furni-shing 166 Broad 

Sims John, »aw filer 65 River 

Sims Lindsley D. clerk custom house IS Shipman 

Sims Samuel, carpenter 44 Broad 

Sinclaire William, (col'd) coachman 3 Crane's Basin 

Sindle Elizabeth, widow of Christopher 30 Quarry 

Sindle Henry, carpenter 31 Arch 

Singleton Richard, cabinet maker 110 Oliver 

Sip Cornelius, 41 Lawrence 

Sip Henty P. blacksmith 52 Crane 

Sip John, cabinet maker 9 Centre 

Sip Thomas, (col'd) I'l Pearl 

Sip William, blacksmith 20 Broad 

Sippel & Cune, wood and ivory turaer rear 333 BroaiS 

Sisco Peter A. refectory 7 Broad 

Sisserson William, silk weaver 148 Bank 

Sivert George T. tailor 49 Mulberry 

Skandall John, laborer 1 Halsey's Alley 

Skanlin Edward, laborer 16 Parker 

Skehan John, shoemaker 37 Catharine 

Skinkle Jacob, grocer 341 Broad c Fait 

SkinnerMiss Ann M. 4 James 

Skinner Miss Angeline C 4 James 

Skinner Ford C. shoemaker 16 Kinney 

Skinner Jonn A. merchant 686 Broad 

Slaight Thomas, lock maker 135 Walnut h. 194 Elte 

Slater Edmund, moulder 100 laness c. Newark 



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NEWARK DIRECTORY. 235 

Slaler William, mason 109 Quarry 
Slaven Bernard, brass finisher 163 Academy 
Sleight Andrew, tanner 76 Slate 
Slingerland Henry, steeple painter 259 Plane 
Slingerland James, shoemaker 185 Washington 
Slingerland John M. hatter 68 Congress 
Slingerland Peter, shoemaker 68 Congress 
Slingerland William, spoke turner 68 Congress 
Slitty Frederick, potter 34 South Canal 
Sloan Thomas J. blacksmith 28 Quarry 
Slough Jacob, carpenter 19 South Market 
Small David J. printer Daily ofiice h. 22 Church 
Small George D. cadet hotel 165 Broad 
Small John J. coach trimmer 24i Plane 
Smeltz George, tailor 139 Court 
Smidi Charles, tailor 149 Academy 
Smidt Ferdinand, laborer 110 Springfield avenue 
Smillies Robert L. 6 Liberty 
Smith Aaron D. clerk 123 Union 
Smith Aaron V. carpenter 3 Green 
Smith Abby, widov/ of William 105 Washington 
Smith Abby B. widow of Isaac A. 14 Kinney 
Smith Abraham, mason 178 Mulberry 
Smith Adam, tailor 170 Court 
Smith Alphonso P. 199 Plane 
Smith Andrew, grocer 38 North Prospect 
Smith Andrew, justice of peace Lodi nursery 
Smith Anson, coach maker 47 Fair 
Smith Anthony, shoemaker Grand c. S. Orange avenue 
Smith Anthony, currier 39 Mechanic 
Smith Ashbel, shoemaker 58 Catharine 
Smith Augustus, jeweler 72 Court 
Smith Bartholomew, 49 Jefferson 
Smith Benjamin, grocer 278 Plane b. 57 Court 
Smith Brien, laborer 47 Academy 
Smith Cadwallader D. carpenter 45 Bank 
Smith Casper, oiled silk 90 Warren 
Smith Charles, seaman 63 Inness 
Smith Charles, wheelwright rear h. 32 Springfield ave. 
Smith Charles, hatter I Halsey's Court 
Smith Charles, shoemaker 107 Commerce 
Smith Charles O. hatter rear 12 Mercer 
Smith Charles S. mason 37 Thomas 
Smith Christopher, tailor 260 Bank 
Smith Christopher, 3 Washington Place 
Smith Daniel R. contractor 48 Church 
Smith David, dry goods 274 Broad h. 6 Cedar 
Smith & Son D. dry goods 274 Broad 

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234 Flb^RSON's 

Smith David, blacksmith 54 Walnut 

Smith David, paper and periodical agent 20 AHiirg 

Smith David W. dry goods 274 Broad h. 6 Cedar 

Smith Edward, tailor 47 Orchard 

Smith Edward D. G. m d. 253 Broad 

Smith Elijah, (col'd) gardener 85 or 8 Union 

Smith Eliphalet C. furniture 245 Broad h. 45 Smith 

Smith Elizabeth, widow of Abraham 57 Commerce 

Smith Eva, 448 High 

Smith Evelina P teacher Wesleyan Institute 251 High 

Smith Fitch, Derby Birmingham Conn. 

Smith Francis, laborer 84 River 

Smith Frederick, clerk 48 Court 

Smith PredericU H. sec'y. N. J. Insurance Co. 273 Broad 

Smith G(5orge, laborer 108 South Orange avenue 

Smith George, boot maker 41 Boyden 

Smith Hammond, cylinder maker 2 Stone 

Smith Hannah E. 68 Bank 

Smith Harriet E. widow of Peter P. 14 East Kinney 

Smith Henry, laborer 8 Halsey's Alley 

Smith Henry, rule maker 23 Plume 

Smith Henry, shoemaker 68 Congress 

Smith Henry, (col'd) waiter 256 Broad 

Smith Horace H. boatman l8 Summit 

Smith Isaiah, contractor 58 Columbia 

Smith Jacob S. attorney at law 151 Market 

Smith James, tailor 17 Commerce 

Smith James, currier 155 Plane 

Smith James, laborer 96 Rivtr 

Smith James, laborer 52 Plane 

Smith James, laborer rear 4 Abel 

Smith James, nursery Hudson co. n. Newark Bridge 

Smith James, painter 178 Walnut 

Smilh James, California 49 Church 

Smith James, Iruit store 19 Mulberry 

Smith James, shoemaker 125 Broad 

Smith James, laborer 555 High 

Smilh James M. shoemaker 32 Bleeker 

Smith James R. machinist 356 High 

Smith James R. express 62 Court 

Smith John, shoemaker 123 Sheffield 

Smith John, gardener below old foundry 740 Ferry 

Smilh John, book binder U Commerce h. 6 Academy 

Smith Julia, widow of James C. 11. 131 Broad 

Smith Jonas, mason 31 Bruen 

Smilh Joseph, laborer 21 Somerset 

Smilh Joseph, butcher 29 Plume 

Smilh J. Sandford, teacher 21 Fairh. 28 Elm 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 5^ 

Smith Lavina, widow 81 South Broad 

Smith Lawrence, tailor 5 Pierson's Alley 

Smith Lea, plater 92 Mulberry 

Smith Lyndon A. m. d. 253 Broad 

Smith Maria Ann, widow of Hanford 3 Washington place 

Smith Mary, widow of Samuel P. 37 Thomas 

Smith Mary, 195 Court 

Smith Mary, widow of Andrew 28 Montgomery 

Smith Miss Mary E. 17 Bleaker 

Smith Mary M. widow of Joseph G. 7 Green 

Smith Matthew, laborer 72 Catharine 

Smith Matthew, laborer ll5 Sheffield. 

Smith Major, (col'd) whitewasher 2B River 

Smith Michael, laborer 198 Plane 

Smith Michael, helper 174 Plane 

Smith Michael, tailor 196 Plane 

Smith Nicholas, laborer 39 Broom 

Smith Oliver R, constable 242 Market c. Ward 

Smith Patrick, currier 23 Augusta 

Smith Patrick, contractor 139 Quarry 
Smith Patrick, livery stable 12 William 

Smith Patrick, laborer 160 Ferry 

Smith Peter, laborer 8 North Lawrence 

Smith Phebe, widow of Moses 60 Warren 

Smith Phillip, laborer 3 Pierson's Alley 

Smith Phillip W, furniture dealer 224j"Bd. h. 238 Market 

Smith & Randall, furniture dealers 245 Broad 

Smith Richard, watch maker 268 r. 366 Broad 

Smith Richard, umbrella maker 12 South Market 

Smith Robert B. hatter 41 Boston 

Smith Samuel, shoemaker 6 Catharine 

Smith Samuel, coal dealer Plane c. Academy h. 356 High 

Smith Samuel, (col'd) grocer 18j Academy 

Smith Samuel P. varnish 239 Mulberry h. 18 S. Broad 

Smith Sidney, hatter 38 Warren 

Smith Susan, widow of James P. 51 Bank 

Smith Sydney R. California h. 356 High 

Smith Sylvester, laborer 70 South 

Smith Thaddeus, clerk 153 Mulberry 

Smith Thomas, blacksmith 300 h- 3o4 Market 

Smith Thomas, laborer 70 Pennington 

Smith Thomas, waiter 356 Broad 

Smith Thomas E. printer 24 South Canal 

Smith Thomas K. (col'd) laborer 167 Court 

Smith Walter, ice dealer 60 Columbia 

Smith William, laborer 33 North Broad 

Smith William B. grocer 35 Market h. 15 Grove 

Smith William G. cooper 21 Broad h. 10 Webster 



236 FIERSON^S 

Smith William G. baker 34 Catharine 

Smith William H. turner 89 State 

Smith William J. harness maker 7 Green 

Smith William R. book binder 68 Upper Jefferson 

Smith, Wright «& Co. saddle and harness manufacturers 

106 River c. Centre 
Smock Anthony, (col'd) 17 Springfield avenue 
Snape Samuel, chair maker Boyden n. Orange 
Snape Samuel, chair maker foot East Kinney 
Snedecor John I- moulder 567 Broad 
Snedecor Oliver, 680 Broad 
Snover Ira, carpenter 7 Pennsylvania avenue 
Snover Isaac L. carpenter 7 Pennsylvania avenue 
Snow Alpheus, shoemaker 16 Thomas 
Snow Caleb, carpenter 4 King 
Snow Doan, lace weaver 1 Fair h. 36 Church 
Snyder Daniel, shoemaker 68 South 
Snyder David, tailor ll5 Springfield avenue 
Snyder Garret, carpenter 607 High 
Snyder Henry, farmer 262 Bank 
Snyder Isaac H- livery stable 8 Fair h. 1 Hamilton 
Snyder Isaac P. shoe manufacturer 32 Ward 
Snyder James, ship carpenter 30 South Market 
Snyder John, Park house Orange 
Snyder John, 28 Grand 
Snyder John A. hotel Aquackanonck 
Snyder Matthias, shoemaker 96 Quarry 
Snyder Matthias, shoemaker 22 Broom 
Snyder Simon J. engineerJ C. Heartt 24 Bridge 
Sode Adam, shoemaker 30 Fair 
Soden John D. saddler 40 North Canal 
Soden Mary, widow of Thomas 20 Drift 
Soden Paul, saddler 35 South Essex 
Soden Samuel B. carpenter 46 Fair 
Sofield David, blacksmith 360 High c. Inclined Plane 
Sofield Randolph, iron turner 60 h, 51 Hamilton 
Sohl Adam, currier 112 William 
Sole Lewis B. book bmder 77 Union 
Sole Robert, accountant 77 Union 
Solis Richard, suspender maker 20 State 
Solomon Henry, builder 38 Kinney 

Sommer George, lock manufacturer 50 Mech. h. 16 Ward 
Sommer Joseph, cabinet maker 71 Mulberry 
Sommer Max M. accountant 6 Franklin r. 382 Broad 
Sommer Walter, cabinet maker 222 Market h. 101 Church 
Sona Matthias, laborer 31 Van Buren 
Sonia Jacob, tailor 310 Washington 
Sonnekalb Frederick, saddler 8 Shipman 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 287 

Sonner Peter, hatter 57 Walnut 

Soper Isaac, mason 17 Green 

Soper Laingf, coach maker 232 Plane 

Sourwine Christian, harness maker 1 Nichols' Court 

Southard & Collyer, coach smiths at Quinby's 

Southard Henry L. civil engineer 36 Broad 

Southard James W. constable 85 Commerce 

Southard Robert F. sawyer 107 Elm 

Southard Rev. Samuel L. Rector House of Praver 36 Bd. 

Southard Samuel R. coach smith 29 Columbia^ 

Sovereign Rev. Thomas, Presiding elder 65 Bleeker 

Sparks Hervey, California 148 Broad 

Sparrow , trimmer 2 Liberty 

Spath John P. shoemaker 4 Academy 

Speer Charles H. grocer 234 Broad 

Speer Cornelius, shoemaker 2 Warren 

Speer Edwin, grocer 234 Broad h. 24 Boudinot 

Speer E. & C. H. grocers 234 Broad 

Speer Henry, hatter 9 Cottage 

Speer Jacob, clerk Centre Market h. 234 Broad 

Speer James, mason 7 Boyden 

Speer John, potter 54 Broad 

Speer John C. provisions 40 Bleeker 

Speer Thomas, watch maker 200 Broad h. 85 Halsey 

Speer Walter, carpenter 83 Plane 

Speer Zenas, carpenter 5 Kinney 

Spencer George M. coach manufr. 325 Broad h. 9 Smith 

Spicer Lewis, carpenter 156 Thomas n. Goble 

Spicer Yeoman, shoemaker 23 Kinney 

Spinning Benjamin, trunk maker 196 Washington 

Spinning Charles, carpenter 22 Franklin 

Spinning Hannah, 226 Plane 

Spinning Jonathan, 22 Franklin 

Sprawl Hamlet, saddler 478 Broad 

Spriggs A. Russel, Expr Newark & New York 110 New 

Sproston John, hatter 9 Franklin 

Spry Thomas A. tailor 86 Mulberry 

Squier George, cigar maker 6l Green 

Squier George W. carpenter 122 Summit 

Squier Henry L. tin smith 115 Broad 

Squier Joseph B. hatter 31 Court 

Squier Levi J. tinner 68 Congress 

Squier Sophia, widow of Amos 10 Kinney 

Squier Stevens, coach maker 49 Lawrence 

Staats John, clerk stale Bank r. 196 Market 

Staats John, shoemaker 40 Parker 

Stabener Frederick, box maker 33 North Canal 

Stableton Johni blacksmith 11 East Fair 



238 pierson's 

Stackhouse Abner T. plater 8 Lawrence h. 74 Elm 
Stackhouse John, mason 31 Goble 
Stackhouse John R. coach painter 14 Blm 
Stackhouse Julia, dress maker 12 Walnut 
Stackhouse Thomas, shoemaker 12 Walnut 
Stafford Thomas, laborer 8 Van Buren 
Stager Abraham, tailor 23 i Broad 
Stager Jesse, ship carpenter 10 Plane 
Stagg Saj^h V. widow of Abraham 80 Bank 
Staginni^ohn, hatter 170 Broad 
Stagner John, japanner 109 William 
Stagner Joseph, cooper 36 Jones 
Stagner Lawrence, patent leather 237 Washington 
Stahl Chilion, varnisher 40 Jones 
Stahl Edwin, jeweler East Green c McWhorter 
Stahl Ernest, cabinet maker 135 Plane 
Stahl Ernestine, widow of Ernest grocer 98 East Green 
Stahl Ludwig, jeweler 98 East Green 
Stahlin Christian, shoemaker 6 Commerce 
Stainsby Benjamin, fancy store 187 Market 
Stainsby Joseph, blacksmith 30 Kinney 
Stainsby Mark, r. s. of u. a. o of D. 216 Broad 
Stainsby William, halter 45 Upper Jefferson 
Stanford Christian, 109 River 

Stanford David, cutter 184 Broad h. 26 Bruen c. Green 
Stanford Edward V. 175 Broad 
Stanley George, hatter 14 S pruce 
Stanley James, hatler 28 Fair 
Stanley John D. carriage maker 24 Liberty 
Stanly William, 75 Catharine 
Stanton George, pyrotechnist Camptown road 
Stanton Richard, pyrotechnist 21 Congress 
Starbuck Francis, painter and glazier 573 Broad 
Starbuck jr. Francis A. printer Mercury oflBce r. 573 Broad 
Starbuck George N. tailor 573 Broad 
Starkweather Henry, cigar maker 338 Broad 
Starkweather Mrs. milliner 338 Broad 
Starkweather William, boarding house 11 Fair 
Starr Benedict, teacher Wesleyan Institute 244 High 
Starr Eliakim B. jeweler 103 Catharine 
Starr Samuel R. plater 10 Lawrence h. 19 Boudinot 
Starr Walter L. plater 10 Lawrence h. 19 Boudinot 
Starrs Michael, grocer 75 Academy 
Starrs Sarah, widow of William 75 Academy 
. State Bernard, laborer 14 Ridge 
State Street Lecture room 579 High c. Plume 
Statia Isaac, (col'd) barber 43 Market h. 11 Pearl 
Stayner Henry, clerk 9 Franklin 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 239 

Stayner John, 198 Market 

Stayner Thomas, clerk 198 Market 

Stearns Rev. Jonathan F. pastor 1st chh. h. 108 Mulberry 

Stearns Thomas W. blacksmith 1 Bleeker 

Stedich Wm. surgical instrument maker 85 Quarry 

Steeker Henry, tailor 26 Springfield avenue 

Steel Barney, tailor 50 Montgomery 

Steel Michael, tailor 5 1 Montgomery 

Steel Valentine, tailor 51 Montgomery 

Steel Watson, jeweler 38 Church • 

Steel Wesley, jeweler 38 Church 

Steeple George, shoemaker 172 Walnut 

Steels Conrad, tailor 37 Longworih 

StegmuUer Frederick, fancy box maker 63 N. Canal 

Stegner Lawrence, patent leather 237 Washington 

Stehe Gustav. jeweler 11 New York 

Steinborch Joseph, tailor 37 Jones 

Steinhausen Rudolph, spice shop 45 Mulberry 

Steinmitz Charles, locksmith 9 Liberty 

Stem Thomas, merchant Binghampton, N- Y. 

Stengel Christian, currier 184 Plane 

Stephens, Condit & Co. forwarding merchants and packet 

owners, Centre Wharf 
Stephens John H. merchant 164 h. 158 Broad 
Stephens & Co. John H merchants 164 Broad 
Stephens Thomas H. law student 158 Broad 
Sterling Anthony, laborer 236 Washington 
Sterling & Co, Charles, clothiers. &c. 79 Market 
Sterling Henry M. seaman 14 North Prospect 
Sterling Lawrence, harness maker 236 Washington 
Sterling Lawrence, patent leather 2 Stephens' Court 
Sterling Morand, harness maker 99 William 
Stern Jacob, clothes store 96 Broad 
Stern L. 2nd hand clothing 6 Commerce 
Sterrett Robert, brewer 5l4 h. 503 High 
Sterrett Robert H. saddler 39 Fair 
Stevely William, cabinet maker 18 South Canal 
Stevelitz Harmon, chair maker 65 Parker 
Stevens Charles, tailor 376 Broad 
Stevens Elizabeth, widow of William 7 Court 
Stevens Hiram, near foot Ferry 
Stevens John, spike Factory 43 Lawrence 
Stevens Jonathan, marble cutter 76 Broad h. 15 Wash'n. 
Stevens Joseph, foot Ferry 
Stevens Joseph, hatter 201 Orange 
Stevens Nancy, widow of Charles T. 22 Franklin 
Stevens Nicholas, (col'd) oysters 128 B'd h. 32 D. Place 
Stevens Robert, Oak Hall Court rear 276 Broad 



240 PIERSON^S 

Stevenson & Douglass, coal dealers 17 East River 

Stevenson Falkenburg, coal yard 17 h. 11 East River 

Stevenson George W. coach blind maker 9 Liberty 

Stevenson James, saddler 87 Commerce 

Stevenson John, 24 Liberty 

Stevenson Samuel, grocer I26i Broad h. 16 Bleeker 

Stevenson Thomas, painter 22 East River 

Stevenson Thomas C. grocer 126J Broad h. 16 Bleeker 

Stevenson Willet, butcher 165 South Broad 

Stewart Charles E. restaurant 356 Broad 

Stewart Daniel S. tailor 1 Commerce h. 11 Summit 

Stewart Edward, restaurant 356 Broad 

Stewart & Son E. restaurant 356 Broad 

Stewart Henry, laborer 7 Broad 

Stewart Grover C. foreman at Hudson's 78 Bank 

Stewart James M. saddler 24 Walnut 

Stewart Jane, widow^carpet and drapery maker 78 Bank 

Stewart John, shoemaker 112 Mulberry 

Stewart John M. japanner 160 Plane 

Stewart Lawrence H. hattter G7 Commerce 

Stewart Louisa Jane, widow of John 30i Hamilton 

Stewart Mary, widow of James 10 James 

Stewart Robert, blacksmith 7 Broad 

Stewart William, shoemaker :^4 Broad 

Siicfbuld Charles, boarding house 33 William 

Stick Charles, blacksmith 34 Walnut 

Stickles Sarah, curl store 230 Broad 

Stierenger Christopher, shoe store 348 Broad h. 28 Wm. 

Stiff William, carpenter 17 State 

Stiger Adam, chair maker 45 Spring 

Stiles Albert, shoemaker 244 Washington 

Stiles Charles, (col'd) Prince 

Stiles Ealhen. patent leather 255 Plane 

Stiles Harriet, 68 Orleans 

Stiles James, brush maker Orange n. Newark 

Stiles Moses, drover 47 Sheffield 

Stiles Samuel M. carpenter 2 1 South Prospect 

Stillwell David W. teamster 38 North Canal 

Stillwell Nicholas, 112 South Prospect 

Stillwell jr. Nicholas, sawyer 112 South Prospect 

Stimis Christopher, carpenter 17 Cross 

Stimus John H. trunk rivets 146 Plane 

Stimus Mary, widow of John H. 146 Plane 

Stinard Benjamin M. wood turner enquire 40 Bleeker 

Stinard Louisa, widow of Phillip 73 River 

Stinbrener George, turner 51 Harrison 

Stirling Walter A. Grace Church school r. 382 Broad 

Stites Benjamin, grocer 368 Broad c. William 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 241 

Stites Peter, blacksmith 20 Plum 
Stites Thomas M. cabinet maker 8 South Market 
Stivers Arnold, locksmith 12 h. 8 Hamilton 
Stiyler Lorenzo, 4! 12 Washington 
St. John Burr, tailor 177 Market 
St. John Nathan O. shoemaker 62 Court 
Stoaks Thomas, laborer 4 Summit 
Stockmar Charles, shoemaker 7 Liberty 
Stoddard John, 141 Market h.20 Boudinot 
Stoe Isaac, laborer 24 Lombardy 
'Stogdill Montgomery, shoemaker 1 1 Searing 

Stok , jeweler 43 William 

Stok Albert, shoemaker '28 Prince 

Stokes Rev. Elwood H. pastor Halaey-st. chh. 92 Wash. 

Stoll Anthony, gardener 19 Prince 

StoUter John, farmer Chatham n. Canal 

Stone Lorenzo, 40 Front 

Stoneham James, boot fitter 9 South Canal 

Stoneham Luke, tailor,4.i Union 

Stonelake Henry, tailor 5 1 South Broad 

Stonelake John, tailor 13 Cedar 

Storms Thomas, chair maker 112 Bank 

Btorr Isaac, 15 Lawrence 

Storts Thomas, laborer 3 Church 

Stoudinger George, coal mercbant foot Division h. 2 B'd 

Stout Andrew, engineer 28 Lombardy 

Stout Henry K. carman I South Market 

Stout John H. hatter 37 South Canal 

Stout Joseph V. D. harness maker 20 South Market 

Stoutenburgh, Day Sf Co crockery, carpet, furniture and 

house lurnishing warehouse 308 Broad 
Stoutenburgh George, 198 Market 
Stoutenburgh John, grocer 54 Orange c. Broad 
Stoutenburgh Robert C. mer't. 308 Broad h. 198 Market 
Stoutenburgh Jr. Robert C. mer. tailor 214 and 309 Broad 

h. 198 Market 
Straeb John, locksmith 14 Marshall 
Strach Jacob, varnisher 42 Congress 
Strohmeier Francis, turner 92 South Orange avenue 
Strawsel Nicholas, farmer 332 Washington 
Stratton Benjamin, machinist 46 Orange 
Stratton Hetty, nurse 2 1 Bank 
Streeder Jacob W. potter 54 North Canal 
Streeter Elizabeth, widow of Naphthali 134 Orange 
Slremmell George, carpenter foot Nichols 
Stringham James, charcoal dealer foot of Oliver 
Stringham Lewis D blacUsmilh 146 Walnut 
Stripe Catharine, widow of John 7 Catharine 
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242 TiERSOw's 

Stroapart John, mason 10 West 
Stroub Matthias, blacksmith 87 Tichenor 
Stroud Daniel, boot maker 30 Commerce 
Stroud Jr. Daniel, dairyman EUzabethlown Road 
Struble John, teamster 53 Crane 

Stuble , blacksmith 230 Washington 

.Stable. Frederick, shoemaker 237 Washington 

Stubley William G. hatier 9 Green 

Stubley Jr. William G. hatter 9 Green 

Stucky Jacob, mer. tailor 252 Broad h. 11 Academy 

Studdilord Amelias, widow of Hkam S^. boarding house 

184 IMarket 
Stumph Phillip, scourer 49 Ogden 
5tunbar Michael, carriage maker 11 Plane 
Sturges Aaron B. teamster 61 Washington 
Sturges David 13. plater Inc. Plane h. 38 Commerce 
Sturges Stephen G. plater 35 Mulberry h. 10 Fulton 
Sturtevant Eliza, widow of Lewis G. 9 State 
Stuvenford Mrs. 26 William , 

Stymits James, jeweler 33 Chestnut 
SuUard Ephraim, carman New above Newark 
Sullivan ]}arney, quarryman 6 Parker 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer 7 Durund 
Sullivan Daniel, mason 22 Halsey 
Sullivan Jeremiah, tailor 169 Orange c. Sheflfield 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer 12 North Canal . 
Sullivan Stephen, miller 688 Broad 
Sullivan \^'iliiam, shoemaker 38 North Broad 
Summers Adolph, harness maker 136 Commerce 
Summers Georye, locksmith rear IG Ward 
Summers Henry, blacksmith 27 Broad 
Summers James M. clerk 328 Broad r. 65 S. Broad 
Summers Joseph, locksmith 2iJ6 Washington 
Summers Michael, California 71 Lock 
Summers Oswald, locksmith 9 McWhorter 
Summers Thomas, California 
Summers Thomas J shoemaker 65 South Broad 
Summers William, jeweler 2 Liberty 
Surrogate's Office, Court House 
Sulfin Eliza, widow of Daniel 19 Fulton 
Sutfin John M. wheelwright 78 Academy 
Suiter John, watch maker GSi Broad 
Sutton Giles, machinist 24 -Summit 
Sutton John, carpenter 29 Ward 
Sutton John,'patent leather 24 Halsey 
Swaffield Robert, clothier 186 Broad h. 14 New 
Swaim Ezra B. carpenter 17 Hleeker 
Swaim Jacob, japanner 70 Orleans 



NKWARK DIRECTORY. 243' 

Swaim John, tailor 1 Stephens' Court 

Swaim Rhoda, 227 North Broad 

Swaim Stephen, blacksmith 500 High 

Swain Bryant, 11 Boudinot 

Swain Phebe, widow of Noah 11 Boudinot 

Swan Jedidiah, swan's panacea 1 Pennsylvania ave; 

Swan John, brewer 11 Lumber 

Swan'Levi N. blacksmith 12 Union 

Swan iMargaret, widow of John J2 Union 

Swaney James, patent leather 115 Broad 

Swanwick Henry, accountant McWhorter 

Swartwout Hiram, butcher 68 Kinney 

Swartzwellder Francis, 37 Lnngworth 

Swayze Caroline, widow of Jacob rear 68 Kinney 

Swayze Joseph D. clerk rear 68 Kinney 

Swayze Warren, coach trimmer 4 Camfield 

Sweasy John H. mason 6 Beecher 

Sweasy Joseph, coal dealer 10 Commercial li. 61 Market 

Sweasy Richard, shoe manufacturer 61 h. 59 Market 

Sweazy Israel, tailor 16 Fair 

Sweeney Daniel, grocer T8 Orange 

Sweeney Patrick, laborer 4 Cross 

Sweeny George, refectory 8 Commerce 

Sweet Jonathan R. m. d 143 Mulberry 

Sweet Phillip, locksmith 34 Green 

Sweet & Robinson, m. d.'s 143 Mulberry 

Sweet Thomas, halter 17 Plane 

Swick Richard, machinist 48 South Canal 

Swift John, trunk maker 46 Bank 

Swift Richard, cooper 1 Halsey's Court 

Swinerton James, ornamental painter 33 Mulberry 

Sykes Christian, 108 South 

Sykes Lorenzo A. civil engineer 40 Groves N. Y. 



Taft Oliver, 114 Broad 

Taft S. P. M. D. 194 Broad h. 110 Plane ^ 

Tahrback" Frederick, jeweler 168 Mulberry "': 

Tallman Peter, wheelwright T Bleeker 

Talmage George W. carpenter 248 Plane 

Talmage William 15. harness maker 10 Green 

Tamany Hugh, gardener 24 Mulberry 

Taney Hugh, tailor 26 Park ^ 

Tappen David, mason 40 Point Lane 

Tassing Valentine, laborer 34 Jones 

Tate Catharine, India rubber 50 Plane ^to^^lt^* 

Tauwalt George, grocer 46 Market .JH^*^^^^" 



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244 piekson's 

Tauwalt Henry N. shoemaker 14 Grand 

Tay Jane, widow of Joel 177 Washington 

Tay William S. trunk maker DO IJalsey 

Taylor Abby, widow of John D. 22 Walnut 

Taylor Alexander, m. d. 25!) Broad r. 1 Park chh. Place 

Taylor Alvah B. hatter Hedenberg's h. 6 Centre 

Taylor Andrew, carpenter 442 Broad 

Taylor Augustus B. harness maker 73 Plane 

Taylor Bowles, hatter 3 Madison 

Taylor & Burr, hatters Hedenberg's Incline Plane 

Taylor Charles, patent leather 4 West Market Place h. 

S43High 
Taylor Charles iM. shoemaker 21 Kinney 
Taylor Charles S. coachsmilh 636 Broad 
Taylor Eliza, nurse 106 Academy 
Taylor Elizabeth, widow of John 52 New 
Taylor Frnncis, laborer 9 Adams 
Taylor Francis, quarryman 4 Quarry] 
Taylor Frederick, jeweler 34 Green 
Taylor Geoige, shoe manufaclurer 448 Broad 
Taylor George, engineer 151 Quarry 
Taylor George E. jeweler 36 Orchard 
Taylor George W. truss manuf. N. Y. 72 Kinney 
Taylor Henrv, drum major !16 Kinney 
Taylor Henry, clerk 200 Broad 
Taylor Henry D. shoe maker 96 William 
Taylor Hermon B. 12 Division 
Taylor Israel B. 19 Cross 
Taylor James, shoemaker enquire 67 Catharine 
Taylor James, grocer 297 Market 
Taylor James, shoemaker 59 Washington 
Taylor James B. prof, of music 8 Arch 
Taylor James S. 2l3 North Broad 
Taylor John, president old bank 386 Broad 
Taylor John, stone mason 681 High 
Taylor John B. tinman 2 Liberty 
Taylor John M. shoemaker 86 Kinney 
Taylor John R. jeweler 14 Court 
Taylor Joseph, machinist 24 New 
Taylor Joseph, shoemaker 7 Springfield avenue 
Taylor Josiah, blacksmith 20 William 
Taylor Jotham, last maker 70 Kinney 
Taylor Lewis, jeweler 275 High 
Taylor Lewis, trunk maker 130 Kinney 
Taylor Maria W. wi(iow of Sebastian C. 73 Plane 
Taylor Mary, widow of John jr. 14 Court 
Taylor Mary A. hat trimmer 279 High 
Taylor Mendis, tanner 4 Plane 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 245 

Taylor Robert, garrlener Bank n. Wallace 

Taylor Samuel, carriage maker 54 William 

Taylor Samuel, jeweler lOJ Liberty or Lafayette 

Taylor William, lailor rear 238 Broad 

Taylor William, bridle maker enquire 22 Walnut 

Taylor William, (col'd) mariner 143 Commerce 

Taylor William, currier 214 Washington 

Taylor William H shoemaker 91 Kinney 

Taylor William H. jeweler 177 Washington 

Taylor William R. tin manufr. 402 Broad h. 29 Kinney 

Taylor William W. furniture dealer 336 h. 442 Broad 

Taylor William W. m. d. 259 Broad r. I Park Chh. place 

Taynoi John, blacksmith, 31 Baldwin 

Teal Gottlieb, shoemaker 2 Nichols' Court 

Teare Phillip, 201 East River 

Tearney John, patent leather Chatham c. New 

Teasman John, (col'd) plane maker 80 Catharine 

Teats James, clerk 3 Keen's Court 

Teese Conrad, leather merchant Ifil h. 178 Washington 

Teese Fred. H. att. and couns. at law 150 Market r. 178 

Washington 
Teese Noble, farmer 21 Augusta 
Teigei Frederick, machinist 267 Market 
Telegraph Office, 305 Broad (up stairs) 
Temple David, morocco dresser 155 Washington 
Temple Sarah, widow of Robert IS North Broad 
Tench George, shoemaker 91 Tichenor 
Terhune Albert, 64 Bleeker 
Terhune Albert, shoemaker 114 Academy 
Terhune Albert H. hatter 77 Bleeker 
Terhune Ann, widow of David 13 Lafayette 
Terhune James, shoe manufr. 206 Plane 
Terhune James J. shoe manufr. in Country 
Terhune John, shoe manuf. 208 Broad h. 202 Plane 
Terhune John \. shoemaker 19 Catharine 
Terhune John W. shoe manuf 142 Market h. 18 Commerce 
Terhune Richard, clerk 202 Plane 
'I'erhune Richard, shoemaker 206 Plane 
Tterhune Richard A, carpenter 114 Academy 
Terhune William, shoe manufr. 142 Market h. 50 Williana-- 
Terhune jr. William, saddler 248 Broad 
Ternay James, boi'er maker 68 Catharine 
Terrell Bryant D. harness maker 412 Broad 
Terrell Calvin, shoemaker rear 12 Fair 
Terrell Daniel D. watch case maker 11 Cottage 
Terrell Luther L. saddler 412 Broad 
Terrell Phebe, widow of John tailoress ll Cottage 
Terrell Susan C. 11 Cottage 
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246 pierson's 

Terrell William, trimmer 13 East Kinney 

Terrell William, (col'd) 37 Garden 

Terry Alvah. hub factory 139 Kinney 

Terry Ebenezer, (colVJ) teamster 3l0 High 

Terry & Co. James, travelling bag frames Ham. c. Bruen 

Terry Susan, (col'd) washerwoman rear 8 Green 

Terry Thomas M, hat manufacturer 14 William 

Tey Patrick, laborer 140 Chestnut 

Tharp Moses, carpenter 103 McWhorter 

Tharp Samuel W. builder 21 h. 6 Marshall 

Thatcher John, constable 63 Kinney 

Thayer Caleb, painter and glazier 56 Mulberry 

Thayer Mrs. R. M. corset maker 56 Mulberry 

Thayer Obadiah, 70 Washington 

Thierne Frederick, tailor 16 Spruce 

Thieme John, tailor 16 Spruce , 

Thill Francis, saddler I'JO Washington 

Thomas Ann E. widow of Wanzer 2i Fair 

Thomas Archibald A. cotton mer. N. Y. h. 12 Fulton 

Thomas Asa, livery stable 200 Market h. 7 Franklin place 

Thomas David, wagon manuf. 58 Com. h. 39 Mulberry 

Thomas Frederick S wood & coal 141 River h. 467 Bd. 

Thomas jr. Frederick S. merchant 300 h, 467 Broad 

Thomas George L. coach maker 10 Camfield 

Thomas Henry H spring maker 22i Church 

Thomas Huldah, widow of George 32 Fair 

Thomas James, laborer 66 Crane 

Thomas James F. hatter 29 Clinton 

Thomas John A. saddler 32 F'air 

Thomas Joseph H jeweler 29 Chestnut 

Thomas Luther G. medical student 467 Broad 

Thomas Richard, (col'd) laborer 143 Commerce 

Thomas Samuel, brass finisher 8 Scott 

Thomas Thomas, grocer 86 Quarry 

Thomas Wm coach maker 202 Maiket h. 7l Commerce 

Thomason Thomas, moulder 4 East Fair 

Thompson Aaron W. patent leather 14 Front 

Thompson Benjamin L. shoemaker 50 Halsey 

Thompson Cato, (col'd) carpenter 38 Bloomfield avenue 

Thompson Daniel H. moulder 69 Spring 

Thompson David, baker enquire 35i Market 

Thompson Dorothy, widow of Alex, enquire 22 New 

Thompson Edward G teacher 66 Academy 

Thompson Elias 1. attorney at law 14 Bank 

Thompson George (col'd) 16 Academy 

Thompson George, (col'd) 37 Garden 

Thompson Henry, (col'd) city bell ringer 111 Mulberry 

Thompson Henry, (col'd) rear 43 Market 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 247 

Thompson Henry, (col'd) rear 83 Catharine 
Thompson Hezekiah, salesman 18 Division 
Thompson Isaac C. wagon maker 11 Bank h. 66 Academy 
Thompson Isabella, widow of Lewis (col'd) 111 Mulb'y 
Thompson James, wheelwright 53 Orange 
Thompson James C. saddle tree maker 60 State 
Thompson James M. surveyor 16 Oak h. 36 Clinton 
Thompson John, laborer 200 Plane c. Augusta Ij^ 

Thompson John F. (col'd) barber 12li Market h. 86 Bank $-' 
Thompson John P. 100 Halsey ^ 

Thompson Joseph, laborer 26 Broad £^ 

Thompson Joseph, (col'd) 63 Inness m 

Thompson Joseph G. varnisher 370 h. 520 Broad ' 

Thompson L.Hannah, widow of Geo. board h. 120 Acdmy 
Thompson Lewis B. grocer IB r. 14 Oak 
Thompson Maria, widow of John rear 16 Cherry 
Thompson Patrick, laborer 54 Monroe 
Thompson Rebecca, dress maker 60 State 
Thompson Samuel, locksmith 16 Thomas 
Thompson Samuel, sash and blind 3.9 Ogden 
Thompson Theodore F. harness, whip and collar manuf. 

4 Fair h. 12 Clinton 
Thompson Thomas, currier 86 Bank 
Thompson Thomas, (col'd) 77 Halsey 
Thompson Thomas, blacksmith Chestnut n. Railroad ave. 
Thompson Thomas, box maker foot Nichols 
Thoujpson Thomas, shipwright 76 Kinney 
Thompson William, carman 47 South Canai 
Thompson William B- stone cutter 12 Congress 
Thomson Mary U. 72 Court 
Thomson Peter, baker 80 Broad 
Thomson Smeaton, widow 72 Conrt 
Thorn Kdwjn, carpenter 6 Broad 
Thorn Jului B. cracker baker 152 h. 149 Plane 
Thorn Joseph, bukery l52 h. 147 Plane 
Thorn Lewis A. chair maker 26 Plane 
Thorn William H. cracker baker 152 h. 147 Plane 
Thornail Ann, (col'd) 4 Nesbilt's Court 
Thornton Charles, currier 170 Plane ■ 

Thornton Nicholas, shoemaker 2i Plane 
Thorp Abby Adeline, widow of James M, 204 Broad 
Thrall James H. tailor 37 Ward 
Thrall John H. tailor 37 Ward 

Thrust Daniel W. jeweler 356 Broad ^^ 

Thruston Sarah, Park House 
Tice David, shingle shaver 33 Monroe 
Tice George, carpenter 2iJ8j Plane 
Tice Jacob, laborer 24 Ridge 



248 PIERSON^S 

Tice John, shinple shaver 33 Monroe 

Tice Joseph l\ 2^ South Market 

Ticlienor Abby, widow of James 32 Hamilton 

Tichenor Alfred, machinist h. 40 Washington 

Tichenor Ann, widow of Hiram 28 Church 

Tichenor Caleb D. constal)!e 216 Broad 

Tichenor Celim, builder 89 Commerce 

Tichenor Charles L. japanner 183 Warren 

Tichenor Daniel S. patent leather 62 Plane 

Tichenor Daniel W. buckle manuf. 3-2 Lawrence 

Tichenor David H. coffee & spice 27 Union h. 115 McWr 

Tichenor Davis L. blacksmith 12 Comes 

Tichenor Edward D. paper and periodical office 346 Bd. 

Tiohefior Elijah B. dairyman Tichenor Hill, Clinton N. J^ 

Tichenor Jabez, clerk r. 1 South Essex 

Tichenor James H. foot Ferry 

Tiobenor James W- founder 58 Hamilton 

Tichenor James W. colfec & spice dealer 115 McWhor. 

Tichenor Joseph, shoe nifr. 140 Market h. 123 Kinney 

Tichenor Joseph M. jeweler 123 Kinney 

Tichenor Josiah, dairyman Tichenor Hill, Clinton N. J. 

Tichenor Lyman S. sash 4 blind 124 William 

Tichenor Moses, shoemaker Nichols n. S. Prospect 

Tichenor Nathaniel S. blacksmith 9 Grant's Alley 

Tichenor Nehemiah. Custom House N. Y. h- 475 Broad 

Tichenor Sarah, widow of Luther 12 Comes 

Tichenor William, blacksmith 575 High 

Tichenor Zadock, shoe mfr. 140 Market h. 42 Church 

Tichenor Zadock J- sash and blind maker 42 Church 

Tiernay James, gardner 40 South 

Tiernay Julia, widow of John 50i Union 

Tiernay Mark, laborer 40 South 

Tighe Phillip, laborer 12 Halsey's Alley 

Tilaii John, laborer rear 22 N. Prospect 

Till jr. John 7 Arch 

Tillman Mary, washerwoman rear 35 Garden 

Tillou Catharine, widow of Walter 233 Washington 

Tillou John R chair maker 370 Broad h. 20 Green 

Tillou William, 4fi0 Broad 

Tims Eunice, widow of Burnet 202 Washington 

Tims John H. coach maker 202 Washington 

Tindall John, 1<J8 Market 

Tingley David D carpenter 25 McWhorter' 

Tingley Ehenezer, malleable iron 46 Orange 

Tingley James C sash and blind 55 Fair h. 22 Cottage 

Tingley Margaret, widow of Ebenezer 61 Orange 

Tingley & Vangieson, sash and blind 5i Fair 

Tienney James, moulder 214 Market 

Tintle George, charcoal merchant 160 Nesbitt 



NEWiCRK DIRECTORY. 249 

Tintle Joseph, cabinet maker 22J Church 

Tipson William S. japanner 49 Bank 

Titus & Pound, cracker bakers 19 Lombardy. 

Titus jr. William, cracker baker 19 Lombardy 

Tobin James, laborer 10 Golden 

Tobin John, .39 North Broad # 

Tobin John, ivory turner 5 Mechanic h. 10 Mercer 

Tobin Michael, hatter 5 Brown 

Todd Nelson, tailor 19 Commerce 

Todd Silas M. master mason 45 Catharine 

Todd William R. cabinetmaker 18 James 

Toler Hugh K. Locust Hill 147 EHzabethtown Road 

Toler John, castor manufr. Inc. Plane h. 40 Warien 

Toler William, clerk h. 8 Webster 

ToUes Cornelius W. student 5 Fair 

ToUes Horace B. New York 13 South Canal 

Tolles Samuel L. sexton Isl church 5 Fair 

Tombs Ann Eliza, widow of Jonathan B. 20 Plum 

Tombs Joseph B. cooper Ogden n. Orange 

Tomlinson Robert, 52 Crane 

Tomlinson Sarah, widow of Charles 53 Crane 

Tompkins Calvin, lime manufr. 37 h. 12 South Brid|re 

Tompkins C. T. hatter 356 Broad 

Tompkins Danitl D. rubber works 50 Sheffield 

Tompkins Elias, President Lime Co 40 Bridge 

Tompkins Tra H. carriage m. enquire 281 Mulberry 

Tompkins Isaac B. lace weaver 3 Srmmit 

Tompkins John C. last maker 120 Washington 

Tompkins John T. butcher C. M. h. 6 North Broad 

Tompkins Joseph F shoemaker 9 Comes 

Tompkins Maria. 4 Ball's Court 

Tompkins Obadiah, shoemaker 79 New 

Tompkins Phineas, painter 70 Spring 
Tompkins Robert, segar maker 70 Spring 

Tompkins Sjtmuei 1. (col'd) public school teacher 47 Baok 

Tompkins William P. saddler Oak Hall Ct. rear 276 Bd. 

Tompkins William S- shoemaker 7 Comes 

Tonson jr. Samuel (col'd) rear 39 Garden 

Tonson Thomas T. (col'd) 17 Golden 

Tonsted Richard, laborer New n. Searing 

Toone Christopher, laborer 177 Quarry 

Toone Joseph H. capt. ship Nebraska 37^ Market 

Tormay Edward, laborer 110 Tichenor 

Tormay Patrick, laborer 334 Washington 

Tormay Phillip, carter 334 Washington 

Torrey Asa, nurseryman 77 Orange 

Totton Samuel, mason 18 South Essex 

Tourton Mous. Claudaus, French teacher 246 Broad 



250 _ pierson's 

Towland Sylvester H. 22 New 

Towle & Brothers, dry goods 182, 212 Bd, 173 Spring,N.T 

Towle George, dry goods 182 & 213 Broad h. G7 Bleeker 

Towle & Co. G. dry goods 21-2 Broad 

Towle Joseph, 42 South Canal 

TownleyV.nos B butcher 3i) Market h. 61 Commerce 

Townley Isaac B. 52 Commerce 

Townley WilUam B. mason 6 South Market 

Townley William T. hatter 42 Jefferson 

Townsend Mary, 15 Park Place 

Toy Patrick, laborer 110 South Orange Avenue 

Traford Anton, 333 Broad 

Tracy Francis, tailor 1 Summit 

Tracy Hannah, widow of Henry 11 Halsey's alley 

Trainer James, laborer 3 Catharine 

Trainer Patrick, 40 Prospect Place 

Traver Anson, soap & candles 100 Market h. 14 Frank. PI 

Travers Michael, laborer 2 Halsey's Alley 

Trawin James, shoemaker 53 Academy 

Trawin Joseph, shoemaker 1 Vine 

Trawin William H. refectory 284 h. 120 Broad 

Traynor Alexander, shoemaker 32 Lush 

Trembly Joiin, shoemaker 193 Court 

Trembly William, engraver 48 Halsey 

Trier Aaron, second hand clothing 40 Mulberry 

Trier Lewis, currier 50 Market h. 43 William 

Trimble Charles S. scale maker 8 Cross 

Trimble Henry, carpenter 109 Quarry 

Trimmer Peter, laborer 68 Court 

Trinity School, 33 Clinton 

Trippe Joseph E. druggist 128 M. Lane N. Y. h. 4 Park Pi: 

Trippe Robert H. druggist 293 Broad h. 6 Fulton 

Tronson Luke.F. machinist 66 State 

Tronton Robert, hatter 100 Bank 

Troy Patrick, laborer 11 Stephens' Court 

True Rev. , 104 Hi^ 

Trumpore Abby, widow of John 281 Market 

Trumpore Dr. George. Camptown 

Tryon William, hatter 36 Garden 

Tucker Aaron, shoemaker 3 Scott 

Tucker Benjamin W. builder 117 Elm c. Union 

Tucker Charles, harness maker 32 Mechanic 

Tucker Charles, star tavern 285 Market 

Tucker Charles W. North Ward and City Hotel 106 Broad. 

Tucker Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin 73 Orchard 

Tucker Ephraim W. 121 Elm c. Union 

Tucker Galutia, stone cutter 30 Montgomery 

Tucker Hiram, dairyman Lyons Farms- 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 251 

Tecker Isaac, hatter Virginia 

Tucker James, currier 6S Market h. 170 Plane 

Tucker Jane, widew of Benjamin 156 Plane 

Tucker Joseph S. jeweler 27 Orchard 

Tucker Moses, grocer 476 Broad 

Tucker Samuel C. merchant 121 Elm 

Tuers David, shoemaker 127 Kinney 

Tuers Ellen, widow ot Cornelius 4 Jackson 

Tuers Henry, carpenter 29 Durand 

Tuers Maria, widow of Walter 133 Orange 

Tuers R. 160 Broad 

Tuers S. P. dry goods 160 Broad 

Tulane Florentine, teacher 70 New 

Tully Esther, widow of Thomas rear 54 Union 

Tully Michael, laborer 175 Plane 

Tunis Elizabeth, widow of Nehemiah 1 Camp c. Broad 

Tunis Phebe A. tailoress 229b Washington 

Tunison Anthony, (col'd) 122 Baldwin 

Tunison Jr Anthony, (col'd) rear 35 Garden 

Tunison Francis, (col'd) miller 133 Nesbitt 

Tunison Joseph, (col'd) gardener 4 Washington alley 

Tunison Lewis, (col'd) rear 75 Garden 

Tunison Runyon C. tailor 10 Comes 

Tunison William, hatter 14 Plum 

Tunnell Charles, captain 33 Jefferson 

Tupman William, tailor 8o Halsey 

Turbett Abraham. 37 Madison 

Turk William, m. d. v. s. n. 112 Broad 

Turnbull Alexander, coach mfr. 150 Market h. 77 Com. 

Turnbull David B. coach mfr. 150 Market h 12 Clinton 

Turnbull D. B. & A. coach manufacturers loO Market 

Turnbull Margaret, widow of James 77 Commerce 

Turner Miss Anna R. teacher (s. w- p. s.) r. 14 Court 

Turner Gabriel S. glue manfr. 27 Richmond h. 339 High 

Turner Ira, farmer 5 Parkhurst 

Turner Isabella, embroidery 134 Orange 

Turner Jacob, segar maker 41 Spring 

Turner John, fruit dealer 3 Hedges' alley 

Turner John, turner Crane n. Ridge 

Turner Mary, widow of Thomas 134 Orange 

Turney John, machinist 112 New 

Tuitle Charles, hatter Belleville 23 Commerce 

Tutlle Daniel, clerk 5 Mechanic 

Tuitle George F. attorney at law 312 feroad h. 19 Park 

Tuttle John H. machii.ist 5i Fair r. 15 Bank 

Tuttle Joseph N. attorney and couns. 250 h. 448 Broad 

Tutlle Julia A. widow of William 450 Broad 

Tutlle Robert M. locksmith Philadelphia 



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262 pierson's 

Tuttle Stephen B. tin & stove manufr. 307 Bd. 28 Com, 

Tuttle Uzal J. job & copperplate printer li h. 23 Com. 

Tuttle William H. baker 354 Market 

Tyler Benjamin O. mason lUmois 88 Warren 

Tyms Samuel J. harness maker 11 East Mechanic 

Tyrrell Peter, grocer 6 Mulberry 

V. 

UfFert John, oiled silk 62 Newark 

Ufford Henry J. saddler 67 New 

Ulm Henry, trunk maker 143 Court 

Umbach William, cutter 30 Fulton 

Uncksman Sebastian, farmer 232 South Broad 

Underbill Frederick S. carpenter 723 Broad 

Underbill Pateman, carpenter 723 Broad 

Underwood Rev. Almon, 133 High 

Unger Augustus, jeweler 160 Mulberry 

Ungerer Christian, jeweler 12 Marshall 

Ungerer Jacob, jeweler 59 ^Valnut 

Union School House, 23 New 

Uphouse George, tailor 37 Longworth 

Uphousc Ludwig, tailor 29 Scriber's Lane 

Upton Robert, grocer 31 Ward 

Urich Daniel. 10 Beach 

Usher William, morocco dresser 210 Washington 

Usher William, moulder 22 Camfield 

litter Alexander M. leather dresser 84 Market h. 74 Wash 

Utter Jr. John N Calfornia 383 Broad 

Utter Mary. 382 Broad 

Utter Phebe, widow of William 382 Broad 

Utter Sarah S w'dow of John N. boardinghouse 382 Bd. 

Utter William H accountant 08 Market r. 382 Broad 

Utter William T. 48 Smith 

V. 

Vache Mary Anna, 654 Broad c. High 

Vaeth Michael, harness maker 90 Walnut 

Vail Alexander, hatter 39 Halsey 

Vail Duncan P. medical student 172 Market h. 38 2Broad 

Vail Edward C spring maker 48 North Broad 

Vail Kliza A. widow of Daniel 23 Chestnut 

Vail James T. mason 16 Orleans 

Vail Mary, boarding house 238 Plane 

Vail Mrs. Moses, boarding house 31 Clinton 

Vail Sidney M<irris, printer 235 Plane 

Vail & Ya<es, wholesale bat manufrs. 113 River 

Valentine Mrs. Catharine, wid. of Oscar nurse 127 Kinney 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. 241* 

Valentine Oscar J. jeweler 53 Bank 
Valentine Thomas, (cord) 16 Academy 
Valentine William S tailor 366 Broad 
Van Amburgh, telegraph office 305 Broad r. Park House 
Van Antwerp Edwin, 14 Park Place 
Van Antwerp & Co. E. plating and manufacturers of sad- 
dlery and coach hardware 35 Mulberry 
Van Antwerp Margaret, 12 Centre 
Van Arsdale Elias, att. and couns. 259 r. 190 Broad 
Van Arsdale Jacob, att. and couns. 259 h. 190 Broad 
Van Arsdale James, plater 10 East Fair 
Van Arsdale Robert, alt. and couns. 192 r. 190 Broad 
Van Benscoten Daniel M. tinsmith 4 East Fair 
Van Bergen Peter, (col'd) 2 Newton's Court 
Van Blank Albert, (col'd) jeweler 56 Broad 
Van Blank Anthony, (col'd) carter 17 Academy 
Van Blank Hannah, widow (col'd) 19 Academy 

Van Bockele , locksmith 306 Market 

Van Boskerch Ann, widow of Lucas 104 Plane 
Van Buren Jacob, carpenter rear 77 Orchard 
Van Buskirk Daniel, sea captain 104 Commerce 
Van Buskirk John, cooper l73 Commerce 
Van Buskirk Nicholas D. shoemaker 29 Plane 
Van Buskirk Ros well, druggist 292 Broad h. 11 Cedar 
Van Buskirk Thomas, (col'd) 1 Newton's Court 
Van Court Frances, widow of William S. 39 Orchard 
Van Court John W. shoemaker 16 Kinney 
Van Court Robert M. shoemaker 9 Beach 
Van Court Theodore L. shoemaker 15 New 
Van Court William, saddler 9 Beach 

Vanderbeck George, (col'd) teamster rear 35 Garden f 

Vanderbcck Peter, (col'd) waiter 356 Broad 
Vanderen Hannah, widow of William 633 Broad 
Vanderen John B. hatter New above Newark 
Vanderen William J. harness maker 683 Broad 
Vanderhoof Charles S, coach lamp maker 163 Mulberry 
Vanderhoof Cornelius A. mason 41 Lawrence 
Vanderhoof Cornelius R. mason 98 Washington 
Vanderhoof Henry R mason 3! Arch 
Vanderhoof Jacob, shoemaker 24 Grand 
Vanderhoof James G. tailor Orleans n. Orange 
Vanderhoof Sarah, widow of Peter 163 Mulberry 
Vanderpool Ann, widow of James 175 Broad 
Vanderpool Beach, 69 Broad c. Division 
Vanderpool James M. pilot steamboat Passaic 76 River 
Van Derveer Cornelius P. carpenter 2 Ball's Court 
Van Derveer Wm. livery stable 1 Harrison h. 16 Bank 
Van Dervoort Susan, widow of Peter 20 Elm 

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242* pierson's 

Van Derwerken Gilbert, Washington,- D. C. 

Van Derwerken Wm. H. clerk 6 Railroad ave. 176 Mulb'y 

Van Doren Abraham, (col'd) 35 Warren 

Van Dusen John B. saddler 16 New 

Van Duyne Abraham, carpenter 30 Plane 

VanDuyne Abraham A. 38 State 

Van Duyne Caroline, tailoress 4 Quarry 

Van Duyne Cornelius, 4 Quarry 

Van Duyne Simon P. coaoh body maker 195 Plane 

Van Dyke Maria, 219 N. Broad 

Van Emburgh Maria, widow of Christopher, 21 E. River 

Van Fleet Richard, feed store 114 Market h. 177 Wash'n. 

Van Gieson Horace, sash & blind 5i Fair h- 109 Academy 

Van Gieson Ira, lime manufacturer 62 Halsey 

Van Gieson Isaac E. California 71 Spring 

Van Gorden Harvey, clerk 366 Broad 

Van Hagan John, currier 276 Plane 

Van Hart Joseph, shoe mfr. 1 S. Market h. Ill S. Canal 

Van Horn Ellen, dress maker S9 Catharine 

Van Houten Cornelius H. blacksmith 49 Liberty 

Van Houten Garret, iron turner 100 Oliver 

Van Houten George H. saddler 29 Lawrence 

Van Houten Gertrude, widow of Abraham 36 Mechanic 

Van Houten Gibson, machinist 138 Warren 

Van Houten Joanna, widow of Abraham 6 Beecher 

Van Houten John C. boatman 16 North Prospect 

Van Houten Peter P. carman 80 Quarry 

Van Houten Ralph, builder inquire at 225 Washington 

Van Houten Sarah, widow of James F. 15 Hill 

Van Kirk John R. clerk Steamboat Passaic r. 5 Cedar 

Van Martin Daniel, (col'd) laborer Clinton n. Broad 

Van Middleworth Abram, (col'd) 116 Newark 

Van Name Cl.arles, carman 32 Church 

Van Name John, harness maker 11 Orchard 

Van Ness Alfred, (col'd) laborer 64 Mill 

Van Ness Anni (col'd) rear 8 Green 

Van Ness Daniel, painter 164 Orange 

Van Ness Daniel H. carpenter 96 Waren — - 

Van Ness David, grocer 21 Orchard c. Beach 

Van Ness Henry D. blacksmith 219 Plane 

Van Ness Jacob, hame maker Railroad ave. h- 38 Green 

Van Ness jr. Jacob, carpenter 98 Plane 

Van Ness Jacob S. grocer 43 Ferry c. Union 

Van Ness James H. sash & blind 187 Plane 

Van Ness John, mason 574 High 

Van Ness John, 26 Lombardy 

Van Ness John, (col'd) 38 Bloomfield avenue 

Van Ness John, shoemaker 107 Union 



NEWARK DIRECTORY. a-43* 

Van Ness John P- California 
Van Ness Lewis, att. & couns. 29 Market 
Van Ness Lewis, carpenter 108 Elm 
Van Ness Nicholas, plater 5 Mechanic h. 233 Plane 
Van Ness Peter J. moulder 85 Washington 
Van Ness Simon, blacksmith 32 Arch 
Van Ness Simon H. 96 Warren 
Van Ness Simpson, master mason 103 Elm 
Van Ness Stephen P. awnealer 80 Spring 
Van Ness Thomas, saddle tt-ee maker 8 Division place 
Van Ness Thomas, (col'd) 630 High 
Van Ness William, blacksmith 574 High 
Van Ness William J. cabinet maker 14 Academy 
Van Ness William J. carpenter 78 Plane 
Van Newtondore, (col'd) waiter 103 Mill 
Van Nortwick Abraham, carpenter 18 Orchard 
Van Nuis Sarah, widow of Henry 31 Cottage 
Van Orden David, coachman 2 Vroom's Alley 
Van Orden Henry, saddler 7 Broad 
Van Orter Lydia, tailoress 163 Plane 
Van Renssellear John, Belleville 
Van Riper Alonzo, plater 50 Church 
Van Riper Ann, widow 18 Division place 
Van Riper Anthony, blacksmith 9 Halsey's Court 
Van Riper Catharine, 2l7 Plane 
Van Riper George I. segar maker 150 Academy 
Van Riper Harmon, saddletree maker 11 Divi^n Place 
Van Riper Jacob, harness maker 14 Baldwin 
Van Riper Jacob, carpenter 4 Cross 
Van Riper John, shoe manufr. 53 Church h. 26 Hill 
Van Riper John, mason 12 Warren 
Van Riper John B. carpenter 48 Bleeker 
Van Riper John J. carpenter 8 Halsey's Court 
Van Roden Jacob, mason 153 Academy 
Van Roden Peter, 22 Division 
Van Roden William A. blacksmith 09 Orleans 
Van Santvoord Elizabeth, widow of Zeger 396 Broad 
Van Schayck Rhoda, widow of Thomas G. 162 Plane 
Van Sickle Albert, Elizabethtown 
Van Sickle Benjamin M. carman "Tichenor n. Elm 
Van Sickle Stephen, shoe manufacturer Elizabethtown 
Van Vleck Abraham H. uncur. money disc office 270 Bd 
Van Voorhees James, blacksmith 57 State 
Van Wagenen Frederick, lumber mer. 1 Ogdenh l4Divis'n 
Van Wagenen George A. lumber merchant 5 Lumber 
Van Wagenen Isaac, lumber Centre whf h. 13 Centre 
Van Wagenen Isaac & George A. lumber merchants 2d 
Yard below Steamboat Dock 



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FIERSON'S 



Van Wagenen John, dry goods 258 Broad h. 8 Cedar 

Van Wagenen Julius, druggist 116 Broad 

Van Wagenen Orlando, clerk 224 r. 116 Broad 

Van Wagenen Peter, 45 Bridge c Ogden 

Van Wagenen William, clerk (I. & G. A. V.) r. 13 Centre 

Van Wagoner Christiana, (col'd) 123 William 

Van Wagoner Robert, carpenter 131 Mulberry 

Van Wagoner Thomas, carpenter I29 Mulberry 

Van Winkle Abraham, clerk 40 Kerry 

Van Winkle Isaac i. grocer 279 Wash. h. 20 Baldwin 

Van Winkle Jacob, 97 Congress 

Van Winkle Jane, widow of Elias H. 24 Plane 

Van Winkle Jasper, plater 97 Congress 

Van Winkle Michael, grocer 27j Commerce 

Van Wort Benjamin, i^armer 157 Tichenor 

Van Wort Isaac, carpenter 54 Broad 

Van Wort Jamos, shoemaker 132 Kinney 

Van Wort James, shoemaker 35 Baldwin 

Van W^ort John, shoemaker 'S8 North Broad 

Van Wort William H. shoemaker 87 Catharine 

Van Zandt Smith, clerk 131 Market r. 20 Shipman 

Varrick John, blacksmith 616 High 

Vearlender Charles, jeweler 275 Railroad avenue 

Venninger John, tailor 20 Market 

Verity Samuel, shoemaker 32 Lawrence 

Vermilye Harriet, widow of John 1 Cammack's alley 

Vermilye Ifctly, widow of Nathaniel 16 Bank 

Vermilye Jacob D. cashier old bank 264 Broad 

Vermilye William H. cashier Orange Bank Orange 

Vermule Leoneid, hatter 34 William 

Vernon George H. clothier 310 Broad h, 20 Shipman 

Vernon Thomas, plumber 53i Hamilton 

Vernon Vernam, plumber 3 South Orange avenue 

Verplank Hiland H. carpenter 67 Commerce 

Vesey George F. harness maker 24 Liberty 

Vesey William, saddler 24 Liberty 

Vidalot Mrs. dressmaker 258 Plane 

Vincent Albert, painter 290 Washington 

Vincent Peter S. patent leather 3 Newark 

Vinson John H. coach maker 1 Bruen , 

Vinten Frederick, carriage maker 49 Boston 

Vliet Jane, widow of Abraham 30 Lawrence 

Vliet John, blacksmith 4 Harrison's Court 

Voelker Charles, jeweler 168 Mulberry 

Volk Martin, 9 Halsey's Court 

Volner Frederick, segar maker 7 Church 

Von Danneker Jacob, gardener 73 Orange 

Voorhees Jacob V. N. cloth store N. Y. h. 181 Mulberry 



NEWARK DIRECTORY, 245* 

Voorhees Theodore, jeweler 19 Hill 

Vreeland , tailoress 604 High 

Vreeland Cynthia, widow of Michael 292 Washington 

Vreeland Isaac C. soda water 3 Green 

Vreeland Jacob A. coach lace weaver 56 New 

Vreeland James, coach smith 41 R, R. ave. h. 38 Ferry 

Vreeland James H. farmer 114 New 

Vreeland John P. cutter 33 Arch 

Vreeland William, carpenter 64 M. & E. Railroad avenue 

W. 

Wackinhood Christian, jeweler 168 Mulberry 

Waddell Thomas, saddler 124 Broad 

Wadden John, harness maker 49 Columbia 

Wade David W. carpenter inquire 47 Fair 

Wade Demas H. 12 1 Washington 

Wade Eliza, widow of David 18 Halsey 

Wade Ezekiel, saddler 18 Halsey 

Wade Jacob S. captain 125 Kinney 

Wade Job, chairmaker 161 Railroad ave. c. Walnut 

Wade Joseph L. m. d. 173 Market 

Wade Joseph S. shoemaker 128 Walnut 

Wade Samuel, edge tools 75 M. & E. Railroad avenua 

Wade Stephen, grocer 93 Market 

Wade William W. hatter 20 Halsey - 

Waechter William, grocer 24 William ■» 

Wager Andrew J. painter 15 Catharine 

Wagerly Matthias, blacksmith 230 Washington 

Wagler Adam, 6 Niagara 

Wagler Adam, Spruce c. Somerset 

Wagner Charles, engraver 102 Walnut 

Wagner Christian, chair maker 78 Ridge 

Wagner Christian, saddler 4 Nichols 

Wagner John, shade painter 207 Bank h. 69 Boston 

Wagner John, shoemaker 28 Prince 

Wagner J^n, tailor 45 Hamburg Place » 

Wagner Louis, iron worker 15 Longworth 

Wagner Lucy, widow of Charles 74 State 

Wagner Willoughby, segar maker 16 East Mechanic 

Wagtel George, mason 51 Montgomery 

Wagtel John, tailor 127 Baldwin 

Wain George, japanner 6 Stephen's Court 

Waite Joseph T. segar maker 133 Quarry 

Wakefield Henry, painter inquire 56 Madison 

Wakefield Joseph, hatter 85 Washington 

Wakefield Nathaniel, hatter 30 Catharine 

Wak eland William, mariner 214 Madison 

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246* pibrson's 

Wakeley Rev. Joseph B. pastor Market st Church r. 83 
Mulberry 

Wakeman Diederich, tailor 15 Catharine 

Wakoman John P. suspender mfr. 4 JDey, New York h. 
63 North Broad 

Wakeman Sophia, milliner 226 Broad 

Waldron Adolphus W. clothier 121 Market h. 1 Pine 

Waldron & Co. Adolphus W. clothiers 121 Market 

Waldron Anna J. milliner 16 Bank 

Waldron George Z. clothier 293 Broad h. 22 Park Place 

Waldron & Co, Tunis A. clothiers 293 Broad 

Waldron Tunis A. clothier 293 Broad h. 22 Park Place 

Waldron Jr. Tunis A. 22 Park Place 

Walker Aaron S. shoemaker 122 State 

Walker Abraham, carpenter 30 Chestnut 

Walker Abraham B. Daily office r. 38 Kinney 

Walker David, grocer 25 Columbia 

Walker David L. 33 Chestnut 

Walker Elizabeth, widow of John 25 Franklin 

Walker Ira L. annealer inquire 35 Division 

Walker James, shoemaker 200 Bank 

Walker James, moulder inquire 38 Orange 

Walker Jonathan, 33 Chestnut 

Walker J. Gideon, clerk 117 r. 121 Broad 

Walker Mahetable, widow rear 151 Mulberry 

Walker Robert, saddler 222 Washington 

Walker Robert G. morocco dresser 356 Broad 

Walker William, machinist 55 North Broad 

Walker William, cradle maker foot East Green 

Walker William, wagon maker 33 Chestnut 

Walker William H. M. blacksmith 15i h. 8 Plane 

Walkerman Michael, tinner 4 Harrison 

Wallace Catharine, 8 Green 

Wallace Daniel, cancer doctor(suc. to Dr. Lynch) 703 Bd 

Wallace Daniel H. patent leather 694 Broad 

Wallace Gilbert D. printer 37 Market 

Wallace Hiram, shoemaker 12 Franklin Place 

Wallace John D. 26 LombarJy 

Wallace Joseph C. New York 

Wallace Mary, vest maker 8 Green 

Wallace Thomas', (col'd) rear 8 Green 

Wallace William, Chatham N. J. 

Wallen Charles A. lace weaver 6 Ferry 

Wallen Joseph, teamster 46 Union 

Wallis Ashley, boot maker 39 State 

Wallman Michael, gaidener 8 Wall 

Walsh Catharine, tailoress 82 Catharine 

Walsh Cornelius, trunk nails 60 Hamilten h. 12 Columbia 



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Walsh Cornelius, buckle mfr. 60 Hamilton h- 12 Columbia 

Walsh Daniel, thread and neele store 51 Orange 

Walsh Josiah, II Liberty 

Walsh Lydia, widow of Emanuel 98 Kinney 

Walsh William, 11 Liberty 

Walsh Zachariah, 1 1 Liberty 

Walsingher Frederick, cutter 31 South Prospect 

Walter James R. clerk 80 Wall, N. Y. 

Walter John C. shoemaker 1 William c. Broad 

Walter Mary, music teacher inquire 8 Clinton 

Walter Samuel D. shoemaker 131 Pennington c. Hermon 

Walter William H. enquire 8 Clinton 

Walters John, edge tool maker foot South Prospect 

Walters Theodore, jeweler Nichols' Court 

Walton James H. book agent 122 Plane 

Walton William, jeweler 195 Mulberry 

Walzer Jacob, butcher 7 Rankin 

Wambold Abraham, butcher 3 Centre Market h. 508 Broad 

Wambold Henry, trunk maker Brunswick n. Parkhurst 

Wambold Jacob, butcher 144 Washington 

Wambold Lewis W. painter 90 Kinney 

Wambold Mary, widow of William H. 508 Broad 

Wanderlich Frederick, tailor 104 Court 

Wanghart William, filer 70 Garden 

Wangner George, tailor I6S Court 

Wanmaker Andrew, mason 59 Washington 

Wanman William, cigar maker 44 Spring 

Ward Aaron, lumber mer. Centre Wharf h. 17 Centre 

Ward jr. Aaron, grocer 404 Broad h. 50 Court 

Ward Aaron B. lumber Centre Wharf h. 19 Centre 

Ward Aaron C, wood mouldings 115 Union 

Ward Abby, widow of Abraham K. 66 Halsey * 

Ward Amos A. shoemaker 30 Orange 

Ward Ann, widow of Timothy C. 20 Shipman 

Ward Caleb, shoemaker 25 Ogden 

Ward Caleb C. 7 Lombardy 

Ward Caleb S. grocer 102 Broad h. 9 Washington 

Ward Caleb W. tallow chandler 19 Warren 

Ward Charles, laborer 553 High 

Ward & Co. rule manufacturers 33 River 

Ward Daniel T. shoemaker 9 East Kinney 

Ward David J. carpenter 155 Plane 

Ward Eliza, widow of Henry 1 Washington 

Ward Elizabeth, widow of Rev. Israel 26 Chestnut 

Ward Elizabeth J. dressmaker 33 Plane 

Ward Frances, widow of Uzal 18 Clinton 

Ward Francis, coach trimmer 64 Walnut 

Ward George, liquor merchant 366 Broad r. 50 Court 



248* pierson's 

Ward George S. m. d. 388 Broad 

Ward George S. shoemaker 124 Orange 

Ward Gilbert S. umbrellas, hats and caps 312 Broad b. 17 

Boudinot 
Ward Hannah, widow of Rev. John 15 Cherry 
Ward Henry A, clerk 151 Market r. 20 Shipman 
Ward Henry S. dry goods 208 Broad h. 36 Orange 
Ward Hooper C. California 1 South Canal 
Ward Isaac, clothier South Orange Avenue 
Ward Isaac M. m. d. Hill Cottage, Clinton, N. J. 
Ward Isaac M. currier 63 Bank 
Ward Jacob W. chandler 154 Market h. 19 Warren 
Ward James, architect and builder 43 h. Ill Nesbitt 
Ward James, 7 Mechanic h. Orange 
Ward James, blacksmith 9 Quarry 
Ward Jane, paper box manufacturer I North]|Canal 
Ward Jerome B. Globe foundry 86 S. Market h. 15 Smith 
Ward John, trunk maker 7 South Orange Avenue 
Ward John, painter and glazier Bank c. Wallace 
Ward John, tin and stove mfr. 148 Market h. 46 Lafayette 
Ward John C. blacksmith 30 Orange 
Ward John F. m. d. 382a Broad 

Ward JohnL. watch case manuf. 385 Broad, h. 2 Cottage 
Ward Joseph, japan leather mfr. 7 N. Essex h. 16 Cedar 
Ward Josiah, shoemaker 59 Orange 
Ward J & R. japan leather manufacturers 7 N. Essex 
Ward Leonard, rule maker 35 River h. 4 Park 
Ward Lynus. currier 74 Market r. 20 Shipman 
Ward Marcus L. tallow chandler 154 Market h. 27 Wash. 
Ward & Co. M. L. tallow chandlers 154 Market 
Ward Margaret T. widow of John J. 155 Plane 
Ward Mary, widow of Caleb J. 76 Spring 
Ward Mary, widow of Robert 30 Orange 
Ward Matthias, attorney 60 Washington 
Ward Moses L. book keeper 33 Plane 
Ward Nathaniel, quarryman 22 Sussex avenue 
Ward Obadiah M. lumber merchant r. 17 Centre 
Ward Richmond, japan leather 7 North Essex h. 18 Cedar 
Ward Samuel W. shoemaker 30 Orange 
Ward Sarah, widow of Jos. G. I7i Liberty 
Ward Smith P. shoemaker 30 Orange 
Ward William, (col'd) whitewasher 18 Division Place 
Ward William, shoemaker Boyden c Slate 
Ward William G. cabinet maker 35 Catharine 
Ward William S. m. d. 99 Broad 
Ward William T. sash and blinds 3 Ferry h. 28 Ward 
Ward William W. dentist 2i Clinton 
Ward William W. carriage trimmer 30 Church 



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Wardell Caroline, tailoress 14 Columbia 

Warden Esther, widow of John W. 14 Columbia 

Wardell George W. shoe cutter 41 Halsey 

Wardell Harriet, tailoress 14 Columbia 

Wardell Louisa, tailoress 14 Columbia 

Wardell Maria, 19 New 

Wardell Martin, shoemaker 38 Lush 

Wardell Mary, hat trimmer 134 Kinney 

Warhurst Mary, widow of Jonathan 494 Railroad avenue 

Warner Frederick R. clerk N- Y. 14 Chestnut 

Warner Horace, trunk box maker 14 Chestnut 

Warner John, cutter 112 Washington 

Warner Madeline, milliner 226 Broad 

Warner William, cutter 186 Broad h. 233 Market 

Warner William, butcher 137 Quarry 

Warren Charles H. machinist 67 Spring 

Warren James, laborer 20 Augusta 

Warren David Y. tailor Orleans n. Orange 

Warren George R. tinner 18 Plane 

Warren James C. constable 18 Plane 

Warren John, currier 187 Plane 

Warren John, trunk maker 7 Comes 

Warren John B. carpenter 69 Spring 

Warren Patrick, currier 2 Plane 

Warren William, forest tree setter 18 Plane 

Washington Hall, 320 Broad 

Washington Isaac, 5 Golden 

Washington School House, Orange c. Essex 

Washington Temperance Hall, 153 Market 

WATCH HOUSE, base 4 Centre Market 

Wass , carriage maker 230 Washington 

Waterbury Ann M. widow of William 37 Catharine 

Waterfield John, hatter 16 Shipman 

Waters Abel N. gold and silver refiner IB Maiden Lane, 

N. Y. h. 29 Fulton 
Waters John J. (col'd) teamster 1 Wilbur's Alley 
Waterson Catharine, widow of Benjamin 82 Ridge 
Watkins Thomas, hotel Harrison on the causeway 
Watkins William H. saddler 176 Mulberry 
Watson Agnes, widow of John milliner 146 Broad 
Watson Alonzo, Phoenix works h. 73 Warren 
Watson Horace L. shoemaker 139 Mulberry 
Watson Rev. John L. rector Grace church 411 Broad 
Watson Maria, wido\» of James 37 Durand 
Watson Mary, trimmer 24 Lombardy 
Watson William, carpenter 61 Green 
Watson William H. jeweler 10 Walnut 
Watts George, ivory black manufacturer Ogden n. Clay 



250* PIERSON'S 

Watts Geo. morocco dresser rear 94 Mk'i. h. 235b Wash. 
Watts William, machinist 58 Quarry 
Waugh Charles R. attorney & solicitor 171 r. 177 Market 
Weatherhead Charles P. thimble manufr. Hamilton c. Mc- 

Whorter h. 23 Green 
Weatherhead Peter, 23 Green 
Weaver Henry, tailor 41 Catharine 
Webb Frederick, shoemaker 1§ Orchard 
Webb Robert M. trunk maker 18 Shipman 
Webb Thomas, washing powder Ferry below old foundry 
Webb William, hatter 222 Bank • 
Webb William R. trunk maker 18 Shipman 
Weber Andrew, laborer 16 Brown 
Weber Frederick, saddler 55 Broom 
Weber Henry, cane maker 15 Rankin 
Weber Herman, founder 1 Scribner's Court 
Weber Ignatus, spring maker 40 Brown 
Weber Jacob, saddler 9 West 
Weber John, mason 31 Nicholson 
Weber Ludwig, founder 1 Scribner's Court 
Weber Lewis, engraver 168 Mulberry 
Weber Phillip, cane maker 23 Broom 
Webster Andrew M. att. at law 153 Market h. 3 Cedar 
Webster John, 148 Broad 
Wedenmayer Christopher, 202 Hamburg place 
Weeks George H. daguerreotypist 23 Warren 
Weeks Hannah, widow of Rev. William R. 23 Warren 
Weeks Horocco, 41 Ogden 
Weeks John R. attorney and county clerk, office Court 

House h. 10 Rankin Place 
Weeks Robert D. Whately, Mass. 
Weicel Charles, wheelwright l3l Springfield ave. 
Weiland Gottlieb, shoemaker rear 18 Columbia 
Weilows Frederick, turner 22 Augusta 
Welch Edward, blacksmith 67 Green 
Welch John, architect and surveyor 250 Broad h. New 

n. Newark 
Welch John, laborer 81 Clay c. Ogden 
Welch Michael, laborer 21 Sussex avenue 
Welch Patrick, Crane road to Orange 
Welch Thomas, laborer Wilsey n. Sussex ave 
Welch Thomas, mason 26 Quarry 
Welcher Daniel W. saddle tree riveter 382 Railroad ave. 
Welcher Lucas, painter 96 Quarry 
Welchman John, segar maker 14 Spring 
Wellhausen Henry, cooper 325 Washington 
Wellington Mary, tailoress 135 Plane 
Wells Susan, (col'd) 3 Crane's Basin 



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NEWARK DIRECTORY.. 251* 

Welsh Morris, tailor 2 Gallager's Court 

Welsh Patrick, machinist S. Prospect c. Chestnat 

Welton Susan, grass widow 16 Rankin 

Wanner John, blacksmith 64 Ridge 

Wenner John, laborer 1 1 Webster 

West Bartholomew, file mfr. 58 Hamilton h. 7 Liberty 

West Sophia S. widow of John E. 34 Smith 

West Stephen, 9 Hamilton 

West Thomas J. hat manuf. New York 

Westbrook Asenath, widow of Abiah, boarding h. 98 Mkt. 

Westbrook Sarah M. dress maker 98 Market 

Westerfield George W. lock maker 34 Lafayette 

Westerman Connel, 3 Nichols' Court 

Westervelt Jacob A. 164 Warren 

Westervelt Luke, painter S77 Mulberry 

Westervelt Luke J. wheelwright 43 Broad 

Westervelt Ralph L. painter 11 Mulberry h. 17 Garden 

Westfall(Sr Grant, dry goods 98 Broad 

Wesifall William, dry goods 98 Broad'h. 40 Orange 

Westwood Enoch, balance manufacturer 19 Sheffield 

Westwood Henry, balance manufr. 12 Boyden 

WetseH John, mason 12 Grand 

Wetsell John, carpenter 36 Prince 

Wetsel Richard, tailor 13 West 

Wheat George, 149 Academy 

Wheatcroft Edward, carpenter tcols 133 State 

Wheatcroft Geo. carpenters' tools Hedenberg's 389 Broad 

Wheaton William, teamster 204 Nesbitt 

Whelan Garret, laborer 1 Gallager's Court 

Whelan John, laborer 13 Oxford 

Whelan Mary, widow of Pierce 24 McWhorter 

Whelan Michael, laborer 40 River 

Whelan Randolph, laborer 194 South Market 

Whelan William, laborer 63 North Canal 

Wheeler Amanda, widow of Morris South 428 Broad 

Wheeler Charles, tailor 6a Fair 

Wheeler Dinah, (col'd) rear 37 Warren 

Wheeler Grant J. lime manuf. 84 Clay h. Bloomfield 

Wheeler Harry, (col'd) 8 Prince 

Wheeler Hiram, shoe store 204 h. 350 Broad 

Wheeler Jacob, blacksmith 278 Railroa 1 avenue 

Wheeler Jacob (col'd) whitewasher 53 Harrison 

Wheerer James, box manuf. 292 High h. 428 Broad 

Wheeler James, 199 Market 

Wheeler James V. shoemaker 30 Baldwin 

Wheeler Robert, shoe/naker 18 Cottage 

Wheeler Sarah H. matron Orphan Asylum 194 High 

Wheeler Stephen C. accountant William c. Cedar, N. Y. 



252* fierson's 

Wheeler Stephen P. saddler Brooklyn 
Wheeler Wm. A. stationer 80 Wall h. 84 McDougal, N.Y. 
Wheeler & Co. William A. stationers 175 Broadway N. Y. 
Whetsell David M. shoemajjer 294 Washington 
Whetsell Frances, widow of William 257 Washington 
Whetsell George, turner 289 Washington 
Whetsell Peter, dancing master 92 River 
Whetsell Stephen, tailor Montgomery c. Broom 
Whipple Jason, machinist 46 Fair 
Whitaker Benjamin T. jeweler 28 Green 
Whitaker Eiisha, 340 Broad h. 205 Washington 
Whitaker John K. 44 Nesbitt 
Whitbeck Peter, constable, 91 Market 
V/hitbeck Peter, carriage maker 46 Bank 
White Jaaob, mustard and spice grinder 350 High 
White James, tanner 51 Ogden 

White James, cutter 2 Oak Hall Court rear 276 Broad 
White John, hatter 248 Bank 

White John, hatchet manuf. 333 Broad h. 117 Plane 
White John, Newark n. Orange 
White Rev. Orlando W. 14 Oak 
While Richaad, (col'd) 16 Mill 
White William, steelyard maker 19 Sheffield 
White William, shoemaker 117 Plane 
White & Wilson, hatters 250 Bank 
Whitehead Aaron, saddletree maker 11 Comes 
Whitehead Abby, widow of William 5 Lombardy 
Whitehead Asa, att. and couns. 375 Broad h. 44 S. Broad 
Witehead Charles C. merchant 15 Ward 
Whitehead Edmund B. currier 205 Plane 
Whitehead Ezra W. pump mfr. 340 Broad h. 68 Elm 
Whitehead Isaac, body maker 60 Richmond 
Whitehead John, att. & couns. 143 Market h. 120 Orchard 
Whitehead Lewis, machinist 15 Ward 
Whitehead Marcus F. tinner 148 Mulberry 
Whitehead William, tailor 248 Washington 
Whitehead William A. slock broker and sec'y N. J. R. R. 
Co. 57 Merchant''s Exchange N. Y. h. 5 Lombardy 
Whitehead Wm. Silas, alt. at law 375 Broad r. 44 S. B'd. 
Whitenberg Frederick, locksmith 2 Chapel Court 
Whitenack Henry, painter 56 h- 135 Mulberry 
Whitfield Charles H. light carriages 58 h. 33 Commerce 
Whitfield Elizabeth, 4 Vroom's alley 
Whitfield George, 60 Washington 
Whitfield John R. capt. Ann Elizabeth 38 Bridge 
Whitfield William S. uphoLsterer 10 Bank 
Whillock Abigail, widow of Thomas 14 Cedar 
Whiilock Amanda, widow of James 7 New York 



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Whitlock Edward R. builder 6 Front 

Whiilock Maria, widow of Cornelius 96| Elm 

Whitman Augustus, teacher 73 Boston 

Whitman Daniel C..8 New 

Whitman Emeline, widow of Jacob Orange n. Boyden 

Whitman Samuel, carriage maker Orange n. Boyden 

Whitney Benjamin C. comb maker 29 South Essex 

Whitney Eliza A. teacher Wesley an Institute 

Whitney George C. shoemaker 123 Union 

Whitney Henry A. oil store 163 Market h, 102 S. O, ave. 

Whittemore James, shoe manufacturer 3G William 

Whittemore Mahion C. music teacher 8 Walnut 

Whittemore William H. carpenter 149 Walnut 

Whitty William, grocer 266 Broad h. 34 Bank 

Whyte David, 18 Harrison 

Widmer Jacob, tailor 45 Commerce 

Wiegmann Diedrich, tailor 15 Catharine 

Wiegmann John, carriage maker 83 William 

Wiegmann John E. shoemaker 41 Mechanic 

Wiesner Adam, shade painter 25 Charlton 

Wiesner Jacob, shade painter 207 Bank 

Wiesner John, tailor 36 Jones 

Wigfall George, brush maker 40 Cherry h. 56 River 

Wigfall Jr. George, brush maker 40 Cherry 124 William 

Wight Rev O. W. pas. Univer. Chqrch h 17 Commerce 

Wilbur M. Denman, clerk post oflfice r. 437 Broad 

Wilbur Rodney, post master 1 17 Market h. 437 Broad 

Wilcox Aaron, carpenter 6 South Essex 

Wilcox Amos, marble cutter 18 Mechanic h. 27 Franklin 

Wilc«x Augustus M. stone cutter 32 South Canal 

Wilcox George, engraver 32 Orchard 

Wilcox lluldah, widow of James C. 28 Ward 

Wilcox Joseph, butcher 57 South 

Wilcox Samuel, justice peace 157 Market h. 32 S. Canal 

Wilcox Thomas, saddlery hardware mfr, Hedenberg's 

h. 23 Smith 
Wild Paul, shoemaker 166 Bank 
Wild Sarah, 9 Lon jworth 
Wilde Henry, secretary N. & R. Lime and Cement Co. 

h. 51 Green 
Wilde Herbert, currier 48 Church 
Wilde William, hatter 23 Mulberry 
Wilder Sarah, 80 Bank 
Wildin Smith, sea captain 77 Commerce 
Wilkins William, builder 87 Plane 
Wilkinson Benjamin, shw^le shaver SI Jefferson 
Wilkinson Edwin, shoemaker 6fi Crane 
Wilkinson Jame^, shoemaker 52 Walnut 
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254 pierson's 

Wilkinson John C. I7j Libnrty 

Wilkinson Josiah H. clerk 3()7 Brond h. 50 Walnat 

Wilkinson Mntihias, shoemaker 51 Hamilton 

Wilkinson William H. plater Hi Broad 

"Williams Abraham, 7 Quarry 

Williams Abraham, carpenter 35 Ogden 

Williams Albert, jeweler 25 Franklin 

Williams Alfred, carpenter 107 South Prospect. 

Williams Amanda, widow of Charles 7 Orchard 

Williams Ambrose. 19 Park Place 

Williams Andrew L. watchmaker 226J Bd. h. 20i Halsey 

Williams Archibald, shoe maker 24 Court 

Williams Benjamin C 95 Halsey 

Williams Betsey, widow of Morris 114 Orange 

Williams Caleb, saddler 20 Franklin 

Williams Jr. Charles J 278 Broad 

Williams Damaris, widow of Elihu 67 Warren 

Williams Daniel T. dry goods 184 h. 144 Broad 

Williams Edmond, grocer 15 Broad 

Williams Edward, blacksmith 14 Sommit 

Williams Edwin R. T. druggist 241 Broad h.'95 Halsey 

Williams & Co. E. R T. druggists 241 Broad 

Williams Eli, potter 6 Plane n. Orange 

Williams Elijah, blacksmith Searing's Mill 

Williams Elizabeth, widow S)5 Halsey 

Williams Ellen, rear 53 Boston 

Williams Ezekiel C. 104 h. 91 Market 

Williams Geo. edge tool maker High c. Mill h. 25 Quarry 

Williams George C. halter 146 Plane 

Williams George M. shoemaker Boyden n. Orange • 

Williams Hannah, widow of Benjamin 192 Mulberry 

Williams Henry, (col'd) laborer 99 Garden 

Williams Horton, clerk r. 54 William 

Wiliams Isaac H. lace weaver 5J Fair h. 53 Catharine 

Williams James, mason Marshall c. Grand 

Williams James, cutter 141 Market h 8 Park 

Williams James H. machinist 500 Ferry 

Williams Jane, widow of Primis 2 Crane's Basin 

Williams Joel, carpenter ll4 Orange 

Williams John, coach painter 32 Lafayette 

Williams John, moulder 114 State 

Williams John H, shoemaker 71 M. & E. Railroad ave. 

Williams John P. (col'd) barber 150 Broad h. 10 Halsey 

Williams Lewis N. co^ch maker 20 Mechanic 

Williams Martha, 122 Eroad 

Williams Oliver H. saddler 2 Columbia 

Williams Robert B. shoemaker 29 Franklin 

Williams Sally C. widow of Phillip 16 South Bridge 

Wilhanjs Samuel, Lodi over the river 



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Williams Samuel, laborer 64 Richmond 
Williams Sarah, 15 Park Place 
Williams Thomas A. shoemaker New n. Searing 
Williams Tiiomas R master mason 107 Orange 
Williams William, grocer B9 Halsey c. Cedar 
Williams William, 67 North Broad 
Williams William, (col'd) laborer rear IfJ Durand " 
Williams William, tailor 123 Market h. 67 New- 
Williams William C. clerk 250 r. 604 Broad 
Williams William H. captain 163 Commerce 
Williamson Benjamin, prosecutor pleas Eliztfljethtown 
Williamson Isaac, attorney & couns.at law Elizaielhtoum 
Willis .Albert, shoemaker 56 Court 

Willis Charles E. Express A^. & Neio York h. 14 Kinney 
Willis David, grocer 105 Broad h. 1 Bridge 
Willis Jesse B. fish dealer 3 Pear Alley 
Willis John, japanner New c Newark 
W'llis Samuel, shoemaker 107 South Canal 
Willson Catharine, widow of Capt. Charles 24 Halsey 
Willson Catharine, 24 Halsey 
Willson David, shoemaker 190 Calharine 
Willson P^lizabeth. widow of Joshua 117 Plane 
Wilsey Jeremiah L. sea captain 20 Ferry 
Wilson Agnes, widow of Hamilton dyer 37 Calharin6 
Wilson Andrew, laborer OgHen n. Clay 
Wilson Augustus, seaman 1 6 East Mechanic 
Wilson Charles, file cutler 58 Hamilton h. 94 William 
Wilson Dan'l M. iron msr. 80 Broad, N. Y. h. 225 Market 
Wilson David, hSlter 246 B^Lnk 
Wilson Elvira, widow of Joseph 53 Bank 
Wilson Hercules, machinist 61 Spring 
Wilson James, laborer 24 Lombardy 
Wilson Jnmes, hatter 246 Bank 

Wilson John R- jeweler 40 Columbia h. 116 Mulberry 
Wilson Joseph, gardener lower end of Point Lane 
Wilson Joseph M. pilot 53 Hank 
Wilson I\lichael, painter 100 Plane 
Wilson Orson, hardware 305 h. 438 Broad 
Wilson Sarah, w'dow of Dnvid 34 Quarry 
Wilson Stephen, book binder 13 John 
Wilson Thomas, engraver 281 Market 
Wilson William, laborer 34 Division Place 
Wilson William B. constable 33 Washiiigton 
Wilson William F. turner 35 Ogden 
Wilson William N. merchant Binghamlon, N. Y. 
Wilson William S. cooper 10 Bank 
Winans Abner, shoe manuf. 92 Mulberry h. 100 Union 
Winans Abraham, 34 Warren 



256 pieuson's 

Winans Charles, blacksmith 17 Springfield Avenoe 

Winans Eliza W. 174 Washington 

Winans Frederick, vegetables, &c. 13 Court 

Winans Isaac C Springfield Avenue n. toll gate 

Winans James H. carpenter 68 Orange 

Winans Jerome, carpenter 15 Orchard 

Winans Joseph B. lucksmitii II Court 

Winans Robert, tailor 19 Warren 

Winans Sarah, widow of Daniel 15 Orchard 

Winans Miss Wealthy, 163 Plane 

Winans Whitfield, carpenter 15 Orchard 

Winan^Viliiam, carpenter 7 Frnnklin 

WinanFWilliam H. S. card printer 2&5 Broad h. 104 Wm, 

Winegar John C carpenter 35 Jefferson 

Winegarlner Charles, hatter 46 Orange 

Wir.egartner John, laborer 63 Springfield Avenue 

Winegarlner Ryman, saddler 63 Springfield Avenue 

Winkworth Samuel, grocer 10 Summit 

Winner Rev. Isaac C. pastor Quarry. st Church 

Winne.s Rev. William, pas. Ger. Pres. Church 28 Wm. 

Winter John, farmer Napoleon c. Elm 

Winter Matthew H. currier 69 Catharine 

Winter William, tailor 242 Mulberry 

Winters Charles, farmer jEltzabelhtown Road 

Winters Francis, laborer 14 Oxford 

Wirsing Christopher, locksiTiiih 1 Grant's Alley 

Wishimer Frederick, lace weaver 67 Walnut 

Wiss Jacob, culler 7 h. 8 Bank 

Withers John, clerk 336 h. 442 Broad * 

Withey Calvin W. cigar maker 351 High 

Wiihey Francis, cigfr maker foot Commerce 

Witzel Ellas, shoemaker 155 Washington c. Market 

Woerule Louis, blacksmith 122 JeflTerson 

Wolf Conrad, tailor 36 Grand 

Wolf F. 11 Searing 

Wolf Isaiah C. blacksmith 44 William 

Wolf Joseph, shoemaker 42 Warren 

Welters Reinder, 382 Railroad Avenue 

Wooby William, (col'd) laborer 3 Church 

Wood Benjamin J. accouAiant 7 North Essex h. 69 Wash 

Wood ('harles W. hatter T3 Blocker 

Wood Christopher N. painter and glazier 244 Plane 

Wood David, grocer 94 Washington 

Wood Elias, mason 69 Mercer 

Wood Elizabeth, widow nurse 294 Washington 

Wood Ellen, widow of John 1!) Orleans 

Wood Frederick, buckle in. 1 South Orange Avenae 

Wood Henry, shoemaker 42 Richmond 



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Wood John, botanic druggist 12 Niagara 
Wood John, painter 9 East River 
Wood Jonathan, shoemaker 21 Cedar 
Wood Joseph, shoemaker 34 Clinton 
Wood Lyman, hatter 16 New 
Wood Stephen D, cigar maker 10 Elra ♦ 
Wood William, teamster 67 Washington 
Woodend)'e John, harness maker 12 Fair 
Woodhull James H. sec. life ins. 153 Market h.56 Walnut 
WoodhuU Lewis, hatter 34 William 
Woodland Sarah, 248 Washington 
Woodland Thomas B. 44 William 
Woodruff Aaron P. tailor 159^ Mulberry 
Woodruff Albert G. hat curler 9 Franklin 
WoodrufT Archibald, sec'ry. Mutual Assur. Co. 230 Broad 
Woodrnflf Benjamin (col'd) 20 Division Place 
Woodruff Caleb, accountant 109 Nesbitt 
Woodruff Chauncey, coffee and spice grinder 139 Elm 
Woodruff David P. clerk North River Bank 43 Smith 
Woodruff Emma L. dressmaker 1 Orchard 
Woodruff Enos, wire cloth rear 31 Garden h. E. Town 
Woodruff Frances B. 50 Washington 
Woodruff George, grocer iV. Y. h." 15 Fulton 
Woodruff Hannah W. 50 Washington 
Woodruff Hezekiah, hatter 26 Ailing 
Woodruff Hezekiah S. m. d. Lafayette, Sussex Co. 
Woodruff Horace, carman 102 Walnut 
Woodruff Jacob D. m. d. enquire 14 Fulton 
Woodruff James, shoemaker 185 Thomas n. Hermon 
Woodruff Mrs. James H 68 Bank 
Woodruff James W. wheelwright 109 Nesbitt 
Woodruff Joanna, widow of David 9 Franklin 
Woodruff John B. 238 Plane 
Woodruff John C. hardware 299 r. 230 Broad 
Woodruff Lewis, livery stables 35 Academy 
Woodruff Mary, widow of Parsons 28 Clinton 
Woodruff Matthias, mason 139 Elm 
Woodruff Moses H, shoemaker 42 Goble 
Woodruff Phebe, widow of Moses 50 Washington 
Woodruff Samuel D. blacksmith l2 Franklin Place 
Woodruff Seth H. shoemaker 95 Washington 
Woodruff Smith, tailor 9 Court 
Woodruff Stephen F. California 
Woodruff Stephen H. Broadway, N. Y. 19 Smith 
Woodruff Stewart F. California 88 Walnut 
Wood ruff Thomas T. wagon maker? Church h. 50 Wash. 
Woodruff Wickliffe, pump m. 340 Broad h. 1 Orchard 
Woods Bridget, widow of Henry 49 Academy 
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258 pierson's 

Woods Jesse B cab driver 189 Broad 

Woods John, tailor 5 Franklin Place 

Woods fjydia. widow of John 25 Uedar 

Woods Theodore, carman 4() North Prospect 

Woodward Daniel, carpenter 94 Elm 

Woodyard John, shoemaker 16 Parker 

Wooley George, hatter 58 Madison 

Wooley James, halter 25 Congress 

Wooley Samuel, haltei 58 Madison 

Woolsey Amelia, 22 Baldwin 

Woojsey Harriet, widow of Jacob Bruen c. Lafayette 

Worden James H. hatter 77 Plane 

Worn George, trunk maker 1U4 Plane 

Worn S imuel H. trunk maker 508 Broad 

Wonhington John, eating house 8 Commerce 

Wright Edward H. attorney at law 8 Park Place 

Wright Frederick, carriage maker 11 Division Place 

Wright James, blacksmith 79 Inness 

Wright James, 65 River 

Wright Mary, widow of Henry 48 Lawrence 

Wright Thomas, machinist 46 Front 

Wright William, patent spring maker 615 Broad 

Wright William, plater "27 Durand 

Wright Hon. William, 8 Park Place 

Wrigley John, pattern maker 103 Warren 

Wunderle George, shoemaker 74 Bank 

Wuitz George, jeweler 75 Mulberry 

Wyckoff Charles, City Hotel 3C6 Broad 

WyckoflF Charles H. carpenter 32 Orleans 

Wyman Francis, tailor Crane*above Parker 

Wyman George, laborer 13 White 

Wyman Robert, collar maker 54 Green 

Wyra Daniel, currier 24 Scriber's Lane 

Y. 

Yale Charles, cooper 46 Front 

Yalyis Lewis, plater Summit c. Academy 

Yamra John, machinist 83 William 

Yamrad F.dward, surgical instrument maker 12 Cross 

Yearance Christopher, coach maker 189 Market 

Yearance Jane, widow of Garret C. 48 William 

Yeomans Hannah, widow of Samuel Ogden n. Clay 

Yerance John G. carpenter 55 Bank 

Yerbray Edward, japanner 24 Summit 

Yericho Henry, shoemaker 2 William 

Yorks John J. (col'd) hatchet grinder 63 Inness C. Lock 

Youmaiis Charles H. sash and blinds 13 Broad 

Young Aaron, collector 57 Orange 



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NEWARK DIRECTORY. 1&9 

Young jr. Aaron, hatter 187 Market 

Young (Caroline R. 96 Union 

Young Catharine, widow of Martin 53 North Broad 

Young Charles, cap maker 200 Market 

Young Charles E. dry goods 135 h. 97 Market 

Young & Co. Charles E. dry goods 135 Market 

Young Francis, paper stainer foot of South 

Young Henrietta S. teacher 96 Union 

Young Isaac L. coach maker 20 Liberty 

Young Jacob, clerk 10 Crane 

Young James, wheelwright. 3 Ferry h. 49 Mechanic 

Young James R. hatter 52 Bleaker 

Young John, morocco store 64 Market h^ l75 Washington 

Young John C harness maker 24 Hill 

Young John F. machinist 8 F'ranklin Place 

Young John I. accountant 2 Beaver h. 20 Cherry 

Young Joseph C. builder 38 Walnut 

Young Mary C. school 69 r. 67 Court 

Young Nathaniel, shoemaker 88 Kinney 

Young Peter, laborer 10 Crane 

Young Shebna S. captain 4 Ward 

Young Stephen H. saddler 51 Congress 

Young Stephen O. shoemaker 139 Kinney 

Young Uzal A- dairyman Lyons Farms 

Young Warren E. carpenter 8 Franklin Place 

Younger Andrew, carpet weaver Camptown Road 

Youngs David, teamster 58 Broad 

Youngs Henry I. engineer 17 South Prospect 

Youngs Joseph, keeper Railroad Bridge 

Youngs Thomas, toll collector Old Bridge 

Yule Peter, cloth cutter 239 Plane 

Yunghans Jacob, tailor 35 Charlton 



Zeagler Charles, att. at law 113 Market 

Zeagler Christian, laborer 1 7 Niagara 

Zetfel Charles, locksmith 44 Prince jM 

Zenglein Antone, quarry man Ridge c. Mill *. ^ 

Zilliox-Jacob, tailor rear 105 William ^'j 

Zimmerman Jacob, tailor 2t) Upper Jefferson *- .- 

Zimmerman Lawrence, gardener 561 Ferry 

Zimmerman Paulison, 22 Niagara 

Zimmerman Rev. Simon, 9 Liberty 

Zone Christian, filer 19 Orange 

Zusi Phillip, carpet weaver 31 Grand 

Zwick Charles, clerk 160 Broad 



260 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

UNITED STATES 

SPOKE & HANDLE FACTORY, 

At the " Phoenix Works," 

204 Market street, Newark, New-Jersey. 

The Proprietor of the above named establishment would 
respectfully inform his customers and the community 
at large, that he has recently increased his Ma- 
chinery and enlarged his Stock, to an 
extent adequate to supply 
promply the demand for his Manufacturers. » 
A heavy stock constantly on hand. 

PRIME JERSEY OAK AND 

HICKORV SPOKES 

FOR 

Omnibus, Heavy Wagon, Cart, 

Post Coach, Coach and Coachee, Barouch, 

Rockaway, Buggy, Gig and Sulkey, Trotting wagon, 

&c., &c.,&c. 

Also, all kinds of the following : — 
No. 1,2 and 3, Axe Helves. 
Boys' and Hunters' Axe Handles. 
Pick, Sledge and "Smiths' do. 

Shingling, Lath, Pruning and Bench Hatchet Handles; 
Nail, Riveting, Stone and Machinist Hammer Handles. 

All made of choice Hickory, latest style of 
pattern, and superior finish. 

Swingle-Trees and Spring-Bars, 

turned to order. 

CHARLES L. CHAPLAIN, Proprietor. 
AMOS CARTER, Superintendant. 

^- WANTED— By the Cord, White Heart Hickory, 
free from knots, not less than four inches thick at the top 
end, and 3 feet long — for which the market price will be 
given. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 20^' 

ADVERTISEMENTS. 
DRY tr ^ M GOODS. 




GEORGE BAUER, 

Dealer in Fancy Dry Goods. 280 Broad st. a few doors 
above Market. 



BUCKNALL cj CO. 

Dealers in Foreign and Domestic, Stapfe and Fancy Dry 
Goods, 172 Broad st. 



ELIJAH D. BURNETT, 

Wholesale and Retail Cloth and Trimming Store, 
137 Market, near Broad st 



. CARR1NGT0N& SAYRE. 
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry 

Goods, 222 Broad st. 
J. N. Carrington, ' Albert Sayre. 

CROWELL & CHANDLER, 

Dealers in Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry 

Goods, 284 Broad St. 
S. G. Crowell, T. C. Chandler. 

THOMAS C. DAVIS & CO. 
Dealers in Foreign and Dompetic Staple and Fancy Dry 

Goods, 133 Market st. 
T. C. Davis, Jonathan T. Ogden. 



ALFRED EDWARDS & dO. 

Wholesale Dealers in Frpnch, Italian and India Silk 

Goods, 122 Pearl street, N. Y. 

Alfred Edwards, R. C. Edwards. 



262 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

J. C. GROSHONG & CO. 

Dealers in Foreign and Domestic, Staple an3 Fancy Dry 

Goods, 250 Broad st. 
J. C. Groshong, J. D. Hall- 

S. R. W. HEATH, 

Dealer in Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry 
Goods, 286 Broad st. 
« . 

JOHN HEBERTON, 

Dealer in Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry 
Goods, 242 Broad st- corner Canal. 

JOHN H. KASE, 

Dealer in Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry 
Goods, 2ao Broad st. 



JOHN G. KITCHEN, 

Dealer in Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry 
Goods, 2-56 Broad st. 



KITCHEN, MONTROSS & WILCOX, 

Dry Goods Jobbers, 57 Liberty, N. Y. 
Z. H. Kitchen, William Moniross, A. P. Wilcox. 



LANE & GUILD, 

Wholesale Dealers in Fancy and Staple Dry Goodsi 

(for Cash.) 43 William, N. Y. 

P. Van Zandt Lane, Wm. B. Guild. 



ANNASTA McCORD, 
Fancy Dry Goods Store, 272 Broad, near Bank. 

McKIRGAN & SCOTT, 

Dealers in Dry Goods and Groceries, 

720 Broad st. 

T. McKirgan, Daniel 0. Scott* 



MILLER & WARD, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Foreipn and Domestic, 

Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, iJoS Broad, corner 

Parle Church Pldce. 

Thomas Miller, Henry S. Ward. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 263 

PARKHTJRST & WEST, 

Dealers in Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry 
Goods, 216 Broad st. 



GEORGE H. PETERS, 

Dealer in Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry 
Goods, 131 Marliet st. 



SAMUEL PIEUSON & SON, 
Dealers in Dry Goods and Groceries, 574 Broad sf. 



DAVID SMITH <^ SON, 

Dealers in Foreign and' Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry 

Goods, 274 Broad st. 
David Smith, David W. Smith. 



TOWLE & BROTHERS, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Foreign and Domestic, 

Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. 182 & 212 Broad St., 

and 173 Spring, N.,Y. 



S. P. TUERS, 

Dealer in Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry 
Goods, 160 Broad st. 



JOHN VAN WaGENEN, 

Dealer in Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry 
Goods, 258 Broad st. 



WESTFALL & GRANT, 

Dealers in Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry 

Goods, 98 Broad st. 
Wm. Westfall, Alexander Grant, Jr. 

WILLIAM E. WHITING & CO. 

Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Straw Goods, also 
Umbrellas and Parasols, 122 Pearl st. N. Y. 

CHARLES E. YOUNG & CO. 

Dealers in Foreign and Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry 

Goods, 135 Market st. 
C. E. Young, Jolin Young. 



264 ADVERTISEMENTt 






JOHN H STEPHENS & CO. 

Wholesale & Retail Grocers, Wine & Provision DealerSt 

164 Broad st., opposite Episcopal Church. 
J. H. Stephens, Wm- H. Camp. 

J. W. CONDIT 4- POOL, 

Wholesale and Retail Grocers; Liquor and General 

Provision Store, 

176 Broad street, corner New. 

J. W. Condit, Alex. Pool. 



D. W. cj- H. E. RICHARDS, 

Wholesale Cash Grocers, Wine, Liquor and Commission 

Merchant & Money Broiiers, 

Dealers in Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty, etc., etc. 

for Cash only ! at greatly Reduced Prices, 

362 and 3(i4 Broad street. 



K1TCHELL& WARD, 

Wholesale and Retail Grocers, and General Provision 

Store, 102 Broad st opposite Bridge. 

Also, Plaster for sale. 

S. H. Kitchen. C. S. Ward. 



J. S. DAVISON, 

Commission Merchant, and dealer in Southern, Gennesee 
and Ohio Flour, Timothy, Clover and Flax Seed, 
Provision, Pork, Hams. Lard, Butter, Che'ese, 
Meal, Oats, Feed, &c. 
74 Courtlandt street, N. Y. 



S. B. POTTER, 

Wholesale Grocer and Piovision Dealer, 
89 Barclay si. N. Y. 



AMZT GARABRANT, 
Grocer and Dealer in Salt, Fish, Pork, &C. &C. 
140 Marltet st. near Broad. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 265 

C. M. HILL, 

Tea and Coffee Grocer, and Spice Store, Also, Sugars, 

Dried Fruits, &c. Cheap for Cash 

200 Broad st. 



CHARLES A. DEHART, 

Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Provision Dealer, 

249 Broad st. corner of Commerce. 

N. B. Salt, Fish, Flour, Feed. Oats. Hay, Foreign Fruit, 

&c. at the lowest Cash Prices. 



BONNEL & WHITTY, 

Wholesale and Retail Grocers and Tea Dealers, 
266 Broad st. corner of Bank. 



WILLIAM W. FORD, 

Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Provision Store, 

147 Broad st. 

Also, at 149, Flour, Feed, Oats, and Hay by the Bale. 



ABIJAH P. ELY, 

Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Tea Store, 

47 Mechanic street. 

IW Terms Cash. 



BERRY & WARD, 
Dealers in Groceries, Flour and Feed, at Wholesale and 

Retail, 401 Broad st. 
A. C. Berry, Aaron Ward, Jr. 

ABNER BOND, 
Grocer and General Provision Store, 372 Broad st- 



BENJAMIN STITES, 

General Family Grocer and Provision Store, 
368 Broad St., corner of William. 



H. G. JOHNSON, 

Dealer in Groceries, and General Provision Store, 

385 Broad st. 



JOHN H. KERNAN'S 

Cash Grocery & Provision Store, 164 Plane st. 
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266 ADTBRTISEMENTV. 

FRANCIS McCORMlGK» (Agent.) 

Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Provision Dealer, 174 

Broad street. A full assortment of the best of Teas, 

Sugars, Coffee, Molasses, Flour, and Foreign 

- Fruits, cheap for Cash. 

ROBERT G. HENRY, 

Wholesale and Retail Grocer, and General Provision 

Store, 367 Broad st. 

Near the corner of Green. 



WM. B. SMITH, 

General Grocer and Provision Store^ 

35 Market, corner of Comes st» 



JOHN R. SAYRE, 
*" Grocer and General Provision Store, 169 Market st 



HENRY GEIGER, 
Dealer in Groceries, Flour and Feed, 143 Market st. 



B. McCORMICK, Jr. 

Cheap Cash Grocery Store, 58j Mulberry street. Coun- 
try merchants supplied with all kinds of Groceries, 

JEREMIAH BALDWIN, 

Retail Grocer and General Provision Store, 

405 Broad, opposite Court. 



SAMUEL B. GOES, 
Grocer and General Provision Dealer, 48 Fair st. 



SILAS FRANCIS, Agent, 

Wholesale and Retail Grocer, and General Provisioi* 

Store, 27 Quarry st. 



THOMAS CORRIGAN, 
Grocer and Provision Store. Also, Flour and Feed. 

147 Market 



WM. ROBINSON & CO. 

Grocer and General Provision Store., 71 Lock St. 

Terms, Cash. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 267 




STOUTENBURGH, DAY & CO. 

Manufacturers and dealers in Looking Glasses, Cabinet 
Furniture, Carpets and Chairs, Featlier Beds, Matra'sses, 
Silver and Silver Plated Ware. Hollow and Wooden 
Ware, Table Cutlery, Britannin, China, Glass and Earth- 
en ware Importers ; Andirons, Shovels and Tongs, and all - 
other articles in the house furnishing lifie, wholesale and 
retail. Houses furriished at one day's notice, 
R. C. Stoutenburgb, 1 308 

Ellhu Day, [ Broad 

Alvan Hedden, ) Street 

FURNISHING WAREHOUSE. 

GRANNISS .1^ THOMAS, 

300 Broad street, four doors -below Market, 

Dealers in Brussels, Three Ply, Ingrain, Hemp, List, R«g, 

and Venitian Carpets, Drugget and Baize ; 

Tufted and Brussels Rugs, Table and Piano Covers* 
Mattings, ^c. 

Stair Rods, Mats, Oil Cloth, Window Blinds, and Curtains^ 
Crockery, China, Glass and Er.rthen ware, Cut 
and plain Glass ; Britannia ware. Cut- 
lery, Willow arid Wooden ware. 

Furniture, Chairs, Looking Glasses, Feathers, 
Mattrasses, and Feather Beds, 

Andirons, Shovels, Tongs and all other articles in the 
Housekeeping Line. 

John W. Granniss, ) Crockery at 

F. S. Thomas, Jr, J New York prices. 



268 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JESSE BALDWIN, 

Importer ol 



186 Market St. corner of Mulberry ^ 

\ NEWARK, N. J. 



Jesse Baldwin, 
James Henderson, 



DANIEL M. WILSON & CO. 
Dealers in Foreign and American Iron, Steel. Ac. and 
manufacturer's Agents for Window Glass, Nails, Hol- 
low ware. Castings, Boiler Plate, Wood Screws, 
Anchors, Chain Cables, &c. 
D. M. Wilson, i 78 and 80 

G. T. Cobb, > Broad Street, 

Wm. D. Bruen. 3 New York, 



MACKNET & WILSON, 

(Successors to Jesse Baldwin) 

IMPORTERS OF 

HARDWARE, 



C. S. Macknet, 
0. Wilson. 



305 Broad Street, 



1^^ 



Newark, N. J 



KINNEY & CO. 

Wholesale and Retail Hardware Store, 

139 Market street, near Broad. 

A constant supply of all descriptions of Iron and Steel 

on hand and for sale cheap for cash. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 269 

NEWARK & ROSENDALE 

LIME & CEMENT COMPANY, 

Manufacturers of Hydraulic Cement, 

Calcined & Farmers' Plaster & MarMe Dost. 

OFFICE AT THE WORKS, 

South Market Street, opposite the Gas House. 

H. WILDE, Sec'y. 

NEWARK, N. J. 



THE NEWARK LIME AND CEMENT 

MANUFACTURING COMPANY- 

(Formerly Tompkins, Hedden & Co) 
Bridge Dock, foot of Bridge Street. 

Manufacturers and dealers in Lime, Hydraulic C«iment 

and Plaster, at wholesale or retail, in casks or 

without, to suit purchasers, viz : 

White Lime of a superior quality for whitewashing and 
Hard Finish, 

Calcined Plaster and Lime for building purposes and 
Masons' use in general. 

Plaster in the Lump or Ground, and Bulk Lime 
for farmers' use. 

The above articles are manufactured of the very best 
materials, and put up to order. 

All orders thankfully received and promptly 
attended to. 

ELTAS TOMPKINS, President. 

Sahobl C. Joircs, Secretary. 
JoTHAM Hedden, Treasurer. 

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270 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



/fllflllPX^^IIHilli 



ALFRED EXALL, 

(Successor to J. B. Ward,) 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Stoves, Plain Tin and 

Japanned Ware, Hollow Ware, and Camphene 

and Oil Lamps of every description, 

148 Market Street. 



S. B. MILLER, 

(Successor to Ezra W. Whitehead,) 

Copper, Tin and Iron Plate Worker, and Manufacturer of 

Stoves, Grates, Hot Air Furnaces, & Lard Lamps, 

Do. Pumps, 340 Broad st. 

ROSS & MUNIER, 
Copper and Tin Roofs, Copper and Tin Gutters, Copper, 
Tin, and Sheet Iron Work of all kinds, for cus- 
tomers, of the best kinds, at short notice, 
122 Market st. 

C. & D. MERCEREAU. 

91 Broad street, near Bridge street. 

Manufacturers and Dealers in Tin and Sheet Iron Ware 

and Stoves of every description. 



JOHN ENGLISH, 

Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer of Tin and Sheet 

Iron Ware, 145 Market st. 

Stoves of every description for sale cheap. 

Tin Roofs put on at the shortest notice. 



WM. LEIBE, 

Stove Dealer, Tin Plate and Sheet Iron Worker, 

329 Broad St. 

Has constantly for sale a complete assortment of Stoves 

for Wood and Coal, with every article apj)ertaining 

to them. Also, Tin Ware of every description 

at the lowest prices. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



an 




S. B. TUTTLE, . 

Dealer in Mott's celebrated Quick oven Cook Stoves, 

and Agricultural Furnaces and Cauldrons. 

Stanley's Coal Burner and Rotary Stovest and other 

Cooking Stoves. 
Also manufactures and keeps a large variety of Stoves 

suitable for Parlors, Stores, Shops, &c. &c. 
Barrow's Hot air Furnaces (the greatest generator of heat 

yet invented) for heating Buildings, fitted up. 

S. B. T's Celebrated Summer Bake Ovens at Wholesale 

and Retail. 

Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Work made to order at 

307 Broad street. 



WILLIAM H. DRUMMOND, 

63 Market street, (old stand.) 

Still keeps his usual assortment of Stoves, Furnaces, 

Cooking utensils &c. 

Japanned and plain tin ware at wholesale and retail. 

ij" Tsrms Cash. 



LYON & TAYLOR, 

Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Workers. 

Also Dealers in Cook Stoves, Hollow ware and Kitchen 

Furniture. 
N. B. — Repairing done at short ootice at 403 Broad st. 
Theodore Lyon, > 
Wm. R. Taylor. J 



272 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




GARTHWAITE & DARCY, 
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, 127—129 Market 



ALLING & DEMAREST» 

(Late Crane, Ailing & Co.) 
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, 133 Market, (up stairs.) 



. PORTER, KEEN & CO. 
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, 288 Broad st. (2d story.) 

LTTTELL & PAYAN, 
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, 311 Broad st. 

HENRY K. INGRAHAM, 
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, 81 Cedar, New York. 

LEVA^S & CO. 
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, 184 Broad street. 



DANIEL PIERSON, 
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, 284 Broad street 

SILAS MERCHANT, 
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, 302 Broad street. 

A. W. CANFIELD, 
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, 141 Market street. 



SWAFFIELD & WHITMAN, 
Wholesale & Retail Clothing Warehouse, 186 Broad street. 

T, A. WALDRON & CO. 
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, 293 Broad street. 



A. W. WALDRON 4- CO. 
Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, 309 Broad street. 



ADVKRTISEMENTS. 273 




CUSTOMER SHOPS. 

H. ADAMS & BROTHER, 
Drapers and Tailors, 316 Broad st. op. First Pres. Chnrcb. 

JOHN BARNETT & CO. 

Mercliant Tailors, 238 Broad street. 

NEHEMIAH PERRY & CO. 
Drapers and Tailors, 294 Broad street. 

W. A. LUDLOW, 
Draper and Tailor, 123 Market street. 

JONATHAN NESBITT, 
Draper and Tailor, 130 Broad street. 

HEATON &. CURRIE, 
Merchant Tailors, 298 Broad street. 

S. O. HEATON, 
Merchant Tailor, 276 Broad street. 

JACOB STUCKY, 
Draper and Tailor, 252 Broad street. 

CHARLES A. GLAZE, 
Draper and Tailor, 178 Broad street. 

ALEXANDER EaGLES & CO. 
Drapers and Tailors, 90 Broad Street. 

DUNN Jf CAMPBELL, 
Drapers and Tailors, 320 Broad Street. 

WILLTAM S. JAQUES, 
Draper and Tailor, 240 Broad street. 

J. & J. B. BOYLAN, 
Drapers and Tailors, 396 Broad street. 

GEO. H. VERNON, 
Draper and Tailor, 310 Broad street. 

MACKIN & STOUTENBURGH, 
Drapers and Tailors, 216 Broad street. 



274 ADTERTISEMGNTS. 



M M 



HAT MANUFACTURERS. 



RANKIN, DURYEE & CO. 

Wholesale and Retail Hat and Cap Manufacturers. 

2 Beaver street. 

Peter S. Duryee, > U. N. RankitJ. 

J. B. Pinneo, > ^ H. H. Jaques. 



AGENS & CO. 

Wholesale and Retail Hat and Cap Manufacturers, 

271 Broad street, 

nearly opposite Bank st. 



J. A. RANKIN, 

Wholesale and Retail Hat and Cap Manufacturer, 

304 Broad street, 

a few doors below Market street. 



JOHN M. BRANT, 

Wholesale and Retail Hat and Cap Manufacturer, 

326 Broad street. 



BOOTH & SONS, 

Wholesale and Retail Hat Manufacturers, Orleans near 

Orange st. 



JABEZ ELVERSON & CO. 
For and Silk Hat Manufacturers, 194 Market st, c Mulb'y 



ADVERTISEMENTS. %7S 

ELIAS BRAGAW, 
Wholesale Hat Manufacturer, 5 Rail Road Avenae. 



AMZI B. ALSTON, 
Wholesale and Retail Hat Manufacturer, 29 Liberty st. 



JOHN MILLS, 
Hat store and Manufacturer, 202 Broad st. 



EDWIN DODD, 
Hat store and Manufacturer, 353 Broad st. 



HALSEY & NOBLE, 

Japan Silk, Muslin, Lawn and Fancy Muslins, for 
Hatters use, Orleans, cor. James st. 



RICHARD HALL, 

Wholesale Hat Manufacturer, 233 Washington 
street, in the rear. 



EFFINGHAM TOWNLEY, 

Wholesale and Retail Hat Manufacturer, rear 316 Broad. 



VAIL & YATES, 
Wholesale Hat Manufacturers, 117 River, foot of Centre. 



AGENS & CO. 

Hatters, 

Cap Store and Manufacturers, 271 Broad street. 

Constantly on hand, Fur Capes, Pillerines, Muffs, Boas, 

Fur, Seal and Cloth Caps, Furs, &c., at Wholesale 

and Retail. Terms Cash. 



J. BURROUGHS, 

Fur Blower at J. C. Hedenberg's buildings. Inclined 

Plane of Morris Canal. 



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ADTERTI8EMENTS. 




STOCK AND COLLAR MANUFACTURERS. 

JOHN M. DAVIES & JONES, 

Importers of Caps, Stocks, Collars, Bosoms, Shirts, 

Oiled Silks, Glazed Silks, Glazed Lawn, Glazed 

Muslin, and all kinds of Cap and Stock 

Trimmings. 

At 106 William, South-east corner of John St., N. York, 

John M. Davies, James M. Jones. 

Wholesale and Retail Shirt and Collar Manufacturer, 
312 Broad street, (up stairs ) 

Mrs. SHARP, 

French Corset and Shoulder Brace Maker, 
138 Broad Street, 




J. HUNDERTPFUND, 

Wholesale and Retail Umbrella, Parasol and Cane Manu- 
facturer, 111 Market street. 
All repairing done at the shortest notice, and on 
the most reasonable terms. 
Terms Cash. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 277 




BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS. 

RICHARD 8WEASKY, 

Wholesale Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, 61 Market St. 

a few doors above Washington. 

jeremiaiTt. mix, 

Wholesale Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, 
285 Washington street. 

A. D. "bLAUVELT, 

Wholesale Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, 

138 Market st. (2d story.) 

ltndsleyTdouglass, 

Wholesale Boot and Shoe Manufacturers, 372 Broad st. 
John Lindsley, Marcus B, Douglass. 

JOHN VAN RIPER, 

Wholesale Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, 

53 Church st. 



OTIS BOYDEN, 
Wholesale Boot and Sboe Manufacturer, 200 Market st 

L. BOYDEN, 

Wholesale Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, 

■303 Broad st., (up stairs.) 

Wm. l^RHUNE, 
Wholesale Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, 142 Market st. 

JOHN TERHUNE, 

Wholesale Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, 

298 Bioad st. (up stairs.) 

E. C. ABER, 
• Wholesale Manufacturer of Misses' and Children's Shoes, 
81 Plane street. 

JACOBUS, TICHENOR & CO 

Boot and Shoe manufacturers, 140 Market street. 

J. I. Jacobus, Joseph Tichenor, John G. Van Riper. 

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278 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

CUSTOMER SHOPS. 



JONAS AGENS, 

Boot and Shoe Store and Manufacturer, 150 Broad «t. 
where will be found at all times an assortment of 
Gentlemen's and Ladies', Misses' and Chil- 
dren's Boots and Shoes, — for Cash. 



JOHN S. PESHIN^, 

Boot and Shoe Store and Manufacturer, 318 Broad street. 

Washington iiall Building. 

A constant supply of Gentlemen's. Ladies' and Children's 

Boots and Shoes on hand, warranted first quality, 

For Sale Cheap for Cash. 



BYRON IRVIN, 

Boot and Shoe Store and Manufacturer, 

283 Broad street. 

A constant supply of Ladies'., Gentlemen's and Children's 

Boots and Shoes, of good quality and Fashionable style, 

gy For sale cheap for Cash. 



J. J. COOPER, 

Cheap Boot and Shoe Store, 322 Broad st, opposite 

the First (Church 

Ladies' Gaiter Boots, Half Gaiter Boois, Bus^kins and 

Morocco Slippers, first quality ; Misses' & Children's 

Boots and Shoes, Men's Seal, Kip and Coarse 

Boots. Rubbers of all kinds — Very Cheap. 
y^ No abatement Irom the first price asked. 



NICHOLAS BALEVRE, 

French Boot Maker, 206 Broad street. 

Gentlemen's Fine Dress Boots made to order, from the 

best materials and of the latest style. 

Terms, Cash on Delivery. 



ADrERTISEMENTS. 279 

DAVID COLLINS. 

Retail Boot and Shoe Store and Manufacturer, 
l41 Mulberry St., corner of Franklin. 

E. & A. N. MOCKRIDGE, 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in Boots and Shoes, 

No. 3«)6 Uroad st. 

Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes made to order. 

DZP Cheap for Cash- 

JAMES RILEY, 

Boot and Shoe Store and Manufacturer, 167 Market at. 

near Broad street. 



DAVID AUBLE, 

Boot and Shoe Store and Manufacturer, 236 Broad street, 

near the Canal. 

STEPHEN MONROE, 

Bout and Shoe Store and Manufacturer, 162 Broad street, 

opposite the Episcopal Cljurch. 



C STfERINGER, 
Boot and Shoe Store and Manufacturer, 348 Broad street. 



JOHN REES. 
Boot and Shoe Manufacture!, 367i Broad street. 



FREEMAN & LINES, 
Retail Shoe Manufacturers, 138 Market street. 



SAMUEL CARDIFF. 
Boot and Shoe Store and Manufacturer, 22 William st. 



G. G. GARRABRANT, 
Boot and Shoe Store and Manufacturer, 354J Broad st. 



JOHN C. WALTER, 
Boot and Shoe Store and Manufarturer, 1 William n. Broad 



H.WHEELER, 
Boot and Shoe Store and Manufacturer, 206 Broad street. 



LAST MANUFACTURER. 

FRANCIS E. LTNDSLEY, 

Wholesale and Retail Last and IJoot Tree Manufacturer. 

rear 56 Mechanic st. 



280 ADTKRTISEHENTS. 




SADDLES, HARNESS AND TRUNKS. 

SMITH, WRIGHT & CO., 

Wholesale Saddle and Harness Manufacturers, 106 River 

street, corner of Centre. 



CONDICT. HdllTON & CO., 
Wholesale Saddle and Harness Manufacturers, 207 Market 
8. H. Condict, ^ street, 

J. A. Horton, > corner of 

D. Jennings. j Lawrence. 

H. N. PETERS, 

Wholesale Trunk, Valise and Carpet Bag Manufacturer, 

121 1-23 River street. 



WILLIAM SHUGARD. 

Wholesale Harness, Collar and Whip Manufacturer, 

371 Broad st., opposite the Third Church. 



BENEDICT & BALL, 
Wholesale and Retail Harness. Collar and Whip 
Manufacturers, 364a Broad street. ~ 
T. Benedict, A. McW. Ball. 



JOSFPH DAVY. 

Wholesale Harness, Whip and Collar Manufacturer, 

206 Market street. 



OWEN MrFARLAND, 

Wholesale and Retail Harness and Trunk Manufacturer, 

325 Broad street, (up stairs.) 



PEDDIE & MORRISON, 

Leather Trunk, Portmanteau, Valise, Carpet Bag, and 

Leather Hat Case Makers, 104 Market st. 

T. B. Peddie, John Morrison. 

C P. RORBaCH & CO. 

Wholesale Trunk, Valise and Carpet Bag Manufacturer, 

342 Broad street. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 281 

THEODORE F. THOMPSON, 

Wholesale Collar and Whip manufacturer, 4 Fair, 

near Broad, 

H. N. HINCHMAN, 
Wbolesale Harness, Whip and Collar manufaclurer, 4 Me- 
chanic near Broad. 



E. VAN ANTWERP & CO. 
Platers and Manufacturers of Saddlery and Coach Hard- 
ware, 35 Mulberry, near Boudinot Street. 
E. Van Antwerp, S. G. Sturges. 

NICHOLAS VAN NESS. 

Silver and Brass Plating Establishment, 5 Mechanic 

near Broad st. 

T. LYMAN, 

Silver and Brass Plating Establishment, and Coach Lamp 

Maker, 168 Market, near Broad st. 

ROBERT M. GRUMMON, 

Silver and Brass plating rear 325 Broad street, 

On reasonable terms. 

MITCHELL GOULD, 

Wholesale and Retail Stair Rod Manufacturer, 

58 Hamilton st. 

CORNELIUS WALSH, 

Wholesale Manufacturer and Dealer in plated Trunk 

Nails, 60 Hamilton st. 

EAGLES & LOCKWOOD, 

Wholesale Coach Lamp Manufacturers and Plating, 

16 Mechanic st. 

JOHN PRICE, 

Manufacturer of Gold and Silver Spectacles, 

345 Broad st. 

ENGRAVER. 

ALFRED LYON, 

Engraver, 130 Market street. 

Coach, Trunk, Coffin and Door Plates, Numbers, Spoons 

•nd Jewelry of all kinds Engraved at short notice 

24* 



282 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




MANUFACTURING JEWELERS. 

BALDWIN & CO. 

Manufacturers of rich Jewelry, Watch Cases & gold dials, 

No. 6 Franklin st. Office 170 Broadway, cor. Maiden 

Lane, New York. 

Isaac Baldwin, Horace E. Baldwin. 



DURiND 4 ANNIN, 

Manufacturers of rich Watch Cases and Dials, 

36 Walnut street. 

J. M. Durand, John Annin. 



D COLTON, Jr. 4^ CO. 

Manufacturing Jewelers, 36 Franklin st. office 9 Maiden 

Lane,N. Y. 
D. Colton, Jr. D. J. Colton. 



CARTER & PIERSON, 

Manufacturing Jewelers, 1 Green c Broad street. 

New York, Office 11 Maiden Lane. 

Aaron, Carter Jr. John R. Pierson. 



ALLING BROTHERS, 

Manufacturing Jewelers, 6 Orchard street, near Walnut. 
I. A. Ailing, J. C. Ailing, Horace Ailing. 



ALLING, HALL 4- DODD, 

Manufacturing Jewelers, 35 Walnut street. 

S. B. Ailing, John Hall, D. C Dodd, Jr. 



C. E. CHEVALIER, 
Manufacturing Jeweler, 48 Kinney street. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 283 

E. A. CRANE & BROTHER, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, 36 Walnut street, 

E. A. Crane, Chae. O. Crane. 



PALMER, RICHARDSON & CO. 

Manufacturing Jewelers, 40 Columbia, cor. Green. 

J. B. Palmer, Enos Richardson, John R. Wilson. 

RIKER (!k GOBLE, 

Manufacturing Jewelers, 379 Broad street. 

Wm. Riker, Horace Gobl«. 



Z. M. HOFFMANN & BROTHERS, 
Manufacturers of Jewelry, Silver Ware, and Metal Gild- 
ing, 175a Mulberry street. 
Engraving of Jewelry, &c. All repairs executed 
with the greatest neatness and despatch. 

HARRIOTT & ADAMS, 

Manufacturers of fine Gold Chains, Seals, Ac. 

2 Fair st., corner of Broad. 

R. F. Harriott, T. W. Adams. 

JOHN ANNIN, 
Manufacturing Jeweler, 36 Walnut street. 

MEDCRAFT & CO. 
Manufacturing Jewelers, 13 Boston st* 

FIELD & KEEP, 

Manufacturing Jewelers, 69 River st., opposite Cherry. 

Moses Field, D. C. Keep. 

HORACE W. BALL & CO. 
Manufacturing Jewelers, 1 Franklin Court, 

GEORGE T. DAY, 
Manufacturing Jeweler, 27 Mechanic street. 

JOHN D. NESLER, 
Manufacturing Jeweler, 27 Mechanic street. 

MANDEVILLE & LYON, 

Manufacturing Jewelers, 39 Lafayette c. Union. 

J. C. Mandeville, H. D. Lyon. 

JENNINGS & MOCKRIDGE, 

Manufacturing Jewelers, Hamilton, cor. Union. 

J. C. Jennings, S. P. Mockridge. 



384 



ADVkRTISEMENTS. 





CABINET WARE. 



JOHN JELLIFF, 

301 & 303 Broad St., near Market, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in Cabinet Furniture, 

Mahogany Chairs. Sofas, etc. 

Coffins made to order. 



W. B. & H. VV. DOUGLASS. 

Cabinet, Chair, and Sofa manufacturers, 119 Market st. 

Mahogany, Curled Maple, Cottage and Fancy 

Chairs, Veniiian Blinds, etc. 

ELI HOLLOWAY, 
Wholesale and Retail Cabinet Furniture Manufacturer, 

134 Broad St., near Trinity Church 

A large assortment of ready made Coffins always on hand 

Orders executed with neatness and despatch. 

WM HOAGLAND, 
Coffin Ware Room, 84 Union street 
A share of patronage is respectfully solicited. 

SMITH & RANDALL, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in New and Second Hand 

Furniture, Carpets, Window Shades, Oil Cloths, Crockery, 

Hardware, Wooden and Willow Ware, Clocks, &c. 

245 Broad St.. between Commerce and Canal sts. 

PHILLIP W. SMITH, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in New and Second Hand 

Furniture of every description, 

224i Broad street. 



THOMAS H. DAVIS, 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in New and Second 
Furniture, Shoes, etc. 180 Broad st. 



Hand 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 285 





SITTING CHAIRS. 



DAVID ALLING, 

Wholesale and Retail Fancy and Common Chair 

Manufacturer, 

845 and 349 Broad st , opposite the City Hotel, 

Where he keeps constantly on hand at his Ware Rooms, 

Rocking, Fancy. Cane Bottom and common sitting Chairs, 

made in a substantial manner and of the latest patterns. 



PETER G. McDERMIT, 

378 Broad street, near Third Pres. Church, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in Furniture, Chairs, Looking 

Glasses, Mattrasses, Cushions. &c , which he will sell 

as cheap or cheaper than can he bouglit in this 

city or in New Yoric. 

Rosewood, Mahogany and Cherry Coffins always on hand, 

and made to order at short notice. 

Also all other articles appertaining to 

the business, such as Shrouds, Caps, Plates, dec. 



J. R. TILLOU & CO. 

Chair Manufacturers, 370 Broad street, 
2d building South of the Ciiy Hotel, 
Where they intend keeping a general assortment of their 
own manufacture, of the latest patterns, which they will 
sell at prices that cannot fail to please those who want a 
good and fashionable article. They also repair and revar- 
nish chairs and furniture at short iiotice and on reason* 
able terms. Matrasses and Cushions made, and Uphol- 
stery work in general dune to order. Curled Hair, Cane 
Seats, etc.^ on hand and f(»r sale. 
J. R. Tillo'u, J. G. Thompson, J. L, Heath. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 




SASHES k BLINDS. 

F. CALLAWAY & CO. 

4 Comes street, near the Court House, 
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of Sashes, Blinds 
and Doors, and Dealers in Finglish, French and 
American Glass, White Lead, Spirits Tur- 
pentine and Linseed Oil of pure quality. 
They keep constantly on hand the largest assortment of 
Glass in this city, which they offer by the quantity, 
Single box, or light, at New York prices. 
Carpenters and others are solicited to call and examins 

before purchasing elsewhere- 
Frederick Callaway, William 0. Headley. 

N.J.FREDERICKS & CO. 

Manufacturers of Sashes and Blinds, 8 Church st. 

Doors, Sashes, Blinds, etc., of the latest patterns made to 

order at short notice and on reasonable terms. 

Hr A share of patronage is respectfully solicited. 

:WM. KING &C0., 

Wholesale Sash and Blind Manufacturers, 

70 Broad street. 

Doors, Sashes, Blinds, etc., of the latest patterns, made to 

order at short notice and on reasonable terms. 

Ca" A share of patronacjc is respectfully solicited. 

William King, N. W. Rutan. 

TINGLEY & VAN GlESON, 

Wholesale Sash and Blind Manufacturers, 

5i Fair near B^oad st. 

Doors, Sashes, Blinds, etc. of the latest patterns, made to 

order at short notice and on reasonable terms. 

C^ A share of patronage is respectfully solicited. 

J. C. Tingley, Horace Van Gieson. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



287 






DRUGGISTS. 

CHARLES W. BADGER, 
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, and Dealer in Paints, 
Oils, Glass, Brushes, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery, etc. 
328 Broad street, opposite First Churdt. 
Every article retailed at this store is warranted oTthe best 
quality. Particular attention will be paid to put- 
ting up Physicians' Prescriptions. 

WILLIAM T. MERCER, 

Wholesala and Retail Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, 

Oils, Glass and Dye Stuffs. 

824 Broad street, a few doors above Cedar- 



ROBERT II. TRIPPE, 

Wholesale and Retail Druggist^nd Dealer in Paints. Oils. 

Glass, Brushes, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery, Cosmetics, etc. 

293 Broad, N. E. cor. Market st. 
Every article sold is warranted pure and of best quality. 

Fresh Swedish Leeches always on hand. 
N. B, Physicians, Grocers, and Country Merchants sup- 
plied at the lowest New York prices. 

JULIUS VAN WAGENEN, 

Druggist, and Dealer in Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, 

Brushes, Perfumery, etc . 

116 Broad st. near Washington Place. 

E. R. T. WILLIAMS & CO. 

Store of Drugs, Meilicines, etc., etc. 

241 Broad stroet, corner of the Canal. 

Prescriptions carefully put up. Medicines can be obtained 

at all hours of the night. 

ROSWELL VAN BUSKIRK, 

Druggist and Dealer in Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, 

Brushes, Perfumery, etc. 

292 Broad street, corner of Market. 



288 ADTERTISEMENT9. 




COACH MANUFACTURERS. 

JOHN GARDNER, 

Coach Manufacturer, 24 and 26 Mechanic street. 

D. B. & A. TURNBULL, 

Coach Manufacturers. loO Marl;et and 9 Mechanic street. 

JAMES M QIJINBY & CO. 

Coach Manufacturers, 325 Broad st. near First Church. 

MANNING, RIGHTER & DOD, 

Coach Manufacturers, near the Railroad Depot. 

DAVID THOMAS, 
Coach ManufHcturer. 56 and 5ti Commerce st. 

Baldwin & thomas, 

Coach Manufacturers, 202 Market street. 

THOMAS E. HICKS. 

Coach Manufacturer, 250 Ma ri<et street. 

HEDENBERG & LITTELL, 

Coach Manufacurt'rs 210 Market street. 

A P.^HOWELL, 

Coach Manufacturer, rear 24 Church. 

AARON M. Ri)DWELL, 

Carriage Manufacturer, 40 and 42 Mechanic street. 

JOHN DRAKE, 

Coach Manufacturer. 229 Mulberry st. cor. of Chestnut. 

STEPHEN B. SANDERS, 

Carriage Manufacturer, 7f5 Mulberry street. 

M, C. & J. H. GREEN, 
Coach Manufacturers, 120 Railroad avenue. 

GOLDEN & POST, 

Coach Manufacturers. 32 Harrison street. 

J T. & J. H. RODGERS, 

Coach Manufacturers, 237 Mulberry st. 

DOUGLASS & POST, 

Coach Manufacturers, corner Ham and McWhorter sts. 

PIERSON & WOODRUFF. 

Wagon Manufacturers. 7 Church and 31 William street. 

EZRA MARSH, 

Coach Manufacturer, 102 Railroad avenue. 

s. & J. Marsh, 

Coach Manufacturers, rear 12 Fair street. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



289 




LACE MANUFACTURERS. 



MICHAEL ERB, 

Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer of Coach Lace, 

Fringes and Tassels. 

37 River street, near tiie Rail Road Depot. 



C. C. BARNETT, 

Wholesale Coach Lace, Fringe and Tassel Manufacturer, 

23 Ward street. 



ISAAC H. WILLIAMS, 

Wholesale Coach Lace, Fringe and Tassel Manufacturer, 

5i Fair street. 



FREDERICK GRUET, 

Ladies' Fringe and Tassel Manufacturer, 30 Hamilton, 

near Lawrence street. 



GEORGE ROWDEN, 
Manufacturer of Fringes, Gimps, Cords, Tassels, Braids, 

Bindings^ Buttons, Fly nets, etc., 346 Broad st. 

Hat and Cap Makers supplied with Cords and Tassels at 

the lowest New York Prices. 



GEORGE McCULLY, 
Wholesale Manufacturer of (/oacb Lace, Fringe and 
Tassels, 298 Broad street, 
25 



290 ADVERTISEMENTS. 




DAVID L. MILLER, 

(Formerly J. B. Miller & Son.) 

Madison, Morris County, N. J., continues to Manufacture 

the following articles, viz: 

SCREWS OF ALL KINDS. 

Such as regulating and Hoisting screws for Grist Mills, 
Large Screws suitable for paper, Oil, Cider, or Lea- 
ther pressing. Packing Screws, Jack Screws, for 
raising heavy weights or buildings. 

MILL IRONS, 

suitable for Grist or saw mills, including cranks, spindles, 

stirrups, pitmans.dogs, ragirons, etc., in complete setts 

made in the best manner. Grater cider mills, cast 

steel knives for grater mills always on hand 

Sausage meat choppers, the best kind. 

DOUBLE LEVER <fc SCREW PRESSES, 

a new and first rate article suitable for saw gumming and 
various purposes. 

FARMING IMPLEMENTS IN GENERAL' 

Wagons light & heavy, ploughs a superior article, ground' 

polished and wairanied in every respect. 

Orders punctually attended to and work furnished 

at fair prices. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



291 




BROWE & DOUGHERTY, 

Lamp Makers, 329 Broad street. 

Churches, Hotels and other public places fitted up with 

Solar Chandelier. 2, 3, 4 and 6 light in a style not to 

be surpassed. Camphene and Lard Lamps always 

on hand. Girandoles, of various patterns. 

Fancy Cut Glass, Britannia Ware, 

Japanned Tin Ware, Enamelled Wnre of the best quality. 

Camphene and Spirit Gas. 

All of which they sell cheap. 

Bright and Bronzed Lamps altered, Gilt and repaired 

William Browe, William M. Dougherty. 





GEORGE WILLIAMS, 

Wholesale and Retail Edge Tool iVIanufacturer, 
High, corner Mill street. 



LOCK HIAEER, 

LUCAS BRANDLEY, 
Lock Manufacturer, 178 Bank, near Lock street 



292 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




CONDIT Sf BOWLES, 

(Successors to S. Boyden.) 
Manufac nrers of Malleable Iron Casting?, in all Iheir va- 
riety aid warranted first quality. Orders thankfully 
received and promptly attend^ to. 
25 Orange street near Broad. 

Daniel Condit, Joseph A. Bowles. 



KILPATRICK & CASTLES, 

Manufacturers of Malleable and Gray Iron Castings, 

29 New street. 

N. B. All orders for Saddlery, (^oach, Stove, Lock and 

Gun Castings, done at the shortest notice. 
Jonh Kilpatrick, Thos. Castles. 



GARDNER, HARRISON & CO. 

Manufacturers of Malleable and Gray Iron Castings, at 
Joralemon's Factoiy, 74 Clay street. 

A general assortment of Saddlery, Coach, Stove, Lock, 
and Gun Castings, constantly on hand. 

Samuel H.Gardner, Ira M. Harrison, Ralph H. Pierson. 



O. MEEKER & CO. 

Iron Foundry, 31 Bridge and 15 Orange street. 

near the old Bridge. 

Every description of Casting done at short notice and on 

reasonable terms. 

Oba Meeker, Martha Meeker. 



JAMES B. HAY, 
Eagle Iron Foundry, rear 250 Market, near the Depot. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



293 




B. sar. jBziHirTS & co., 

JLock Manufacturers and Brass Founders, 

No. 6 Mechanic street. 

All kinds of Store door, Front door, Mortice and Rim Lock. 

Also the Patent Cylindrical Front door Lock 

and Night Latch. 

Coach Lock, Bands and Handles, Brass and Composition 

castings, Bell Hanging, Jobbing, &c. 
B. N. Jenkins, T. W. Langstroth, J. S. Crane. 




ARKOXiB STIVERS, 

Lock Manufacturer and Brass Founder, 
12 Mechanic street. 
All kinds of Door Locks, Coach Locks, Brass and Com- 
position Castings, Coach Bands and Handles, 
Bell Hanging, Jobbing, etc. House 8 Hamilton st- 
25* 



294 ADVERTISEMENTS, 




BAKERS' LIST. 

BAUM JOHN, Baker, 71 Lock. 

BOGAN & BROTHER, Bakers, 81 Mulb'y cor. Mechanic 
BRIGHT JAMES, Baker, 2 Commerce st. 
BURNET BENJAMIN. Baker, 5 Bank st. 
DEAN DANIEL A., Baker, 178 Broad st. 
GARDNER THOMAS, Baker, 54i Bank st. 
GOBLE LUTHER, Baker, 179 Washington st. 
HANDY WILLIAM, Baker, 56 William st. 
HAYES WICKLIFF C, Baker, 178 Mulberry st. 
JOHNSTON ROBERT, Baker, 4o3 Broad st. 
JONES ABNER D., Baker. 153 Broad st. 
LAIBLE JOHN, Baker. 158 Mulberry st. 
LAMMAR CONRAD, Baker, 14 Ward st. 
LEIBHAUSEN ANTHONY, Baker, 57 Mulberry st. 
McKENZlE ROBERT, Baker, 331 Broad st. 
PRICE DAVID, Baker, 150 Mulberry st. 
QUINN JOHN, Baker, 6 Mulberry st. 
RICKERBY JOHN, Baker, 77 Green st. 
ROSS EDWJN, Baker, 22 Academy st. ■ 
SEARING JACOB, Domesiif Bread and Cake Baker, 

83 Broad st. 
THOMPSON & TUTTLE, Bakers, 35i Market st. 
TILLOU WILLIAM, Baker, 460 Broad st. 
TITUS & POUND, Cracker Bakers, l9 Lombardy st. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



295 





AMOS B. DUNBAR, Agent, 
126 Broad st. 
Manufacturer of and Dealer in American and Foreign 
Straw an J Silk Goods ; Men's and Boy's Panama, Leg- 
horn, Straw and Palm Leaf Hats : every description 
of Ladies, Misses', and Children's Bonnets, Caps, 
etc., Ribbons, Flowers, and all liinds of Fancy 
Goods, etc., etc 
Finished at the above Manufactory last year 15,000 
Men's and Boy's Hats. 15,000 Ladies' and Misses' 
Bonnets. Hands employed, 40. 



MILLINERS. 

BAKER E. D., Milliner, 38 Warren st. 
BEACH ANN E., Milliner, 29 Commerce. 
■BOYER CATHERINE, Milliner and Dress m. 148 Broad 
CLINTOCK JULIET, Milliner, 122 Broad. 
CRANE CLARA, Milliner, 38 Fair st. 
EAGLES M. P. Milliner, 230i Broad st. 
ELVERSON MRS. Milliner, 339 Broad st. 
FINDLEY MRS. Milliner and Straw Hat, 276 Broad st. 
HAYDEN CAROLINE, Milliner, 12 Clinton st. 
LINDSLEY G. Milliner, Orchard n. Chestnut st. 
MORAS MRS. Milliner, Broad st. 
MORGAN SARAH A. Milliner, 01 Orange. 
MACKNET MRS. Milliner, 332 Broad st. 
SHARP MRS. Corset Maker, 136 Broad st. 
SHUGARD MRS. Milliner. 226 Broad st. 
STARKWEATHER MRS. Milliner, 338 Broad st. 
THAYER MRS. CALEB, Corset maker, 56 Mulberry st. 
WATSON MRS. Milliner, 146 Bread st. 



296 ADVERTISEMENTS, 




PORTRAIT PAINTER. 

JOHN A. McDOUGAL, 

Miniature and Portrait Painter, 31 Market street, 
opposite the Court House, and N«w Yotk. 



HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS. 



ISRAEL BALDWIN, 
House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter, 201 Plane st. 



J WILLIAMS RICE. 
House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter, 2 New street. 



N.C. BALL, 
Sign, Ornnmental, and House Painter, 49 Commerce. 



ROBERT O. DAVIS, 

House, Sign and Wall painter and Paper Hanger, 

258 Plane street. 



JAMES H. PRICE, 

House, Sign, and Ornamental and Steeple Painter, 

12 Bank street. 



R. L WESTERVELT, 

House, Sign and Ornamental Painter, Glazier and Paper 

Hanger, 77 Mulberry street. 



GEO. HOLLINGSWORTH, 
House, Sign and Ornamental Painter, Orleans n. Orange. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



2d7 




ISAAC W. NUTTMAN, 

Sign, Ornamental, Fancy and Chair Painter, Japanner 

and Bronzer, 12 Camfield street. 
All work executed with neatness, despatch and durability 
in the most splendid style not to be surpassed 
in this city 
Block Letter and gilt signs of every description fur- 
nished at the shortest notice, and warranted 
not to change color. 
Paints, Oil, Varnishes, Glass, Putty, etc. 

JOHN BELL, 

(late Whitenack and Bell.) 
Honse, Sign and Ornamental Painting, Graining and Pa- 
per Hanging. Also Paints, Oils Glass, Varnish, &c. 
No 1 Clinton st, Newark, N. J. 
All work executed with promptness. 



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PAINT STORE & SASH & BLIND FACTORY. 

Wm. KING & CO. 

No. 70 Broad street, Newark, New Jersey. 

Three doors below the Morris & Essex Railroad Depot. 

They continue to manufacture 

SASHES & BLINDS, 

At the lowest cash prices, and of the best materials. 

Also — For sale a general assortment of 

Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Varnish, White 

Lead, Spts. Turpentine, Putty, SfC. 

'House and Sign Painting in all its various branches. 

Wm. King, N. W. Rutan- 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




UNDERTAKERS. 

PATENT CORPSE PRESERXER. 

The subscriber has the pleasure of informing the citizens 
of Newark and vicinities, that he has purchased that much 
°«sired article " Trump's patent Corpse Preserver," the 
the sole right of which for this place is vested in the sub- 
scriber. 

To descant upon the utility and unsurpassed excellence 
of this improvement in an advertisement would be supe- 
'ogatory, for the article needs only to 

BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED. 
The advantage of preserving the corpse in a state of nature 

BEFORE ZNTESIMENT 

must be apparent to the most casual observer. This 
improvement will have the desired effect. 
N. B. — Coffins of all descriptions, also siirouds, caps, 
etc, constantly on hand. Plates engraved, Hearses fur- 
nished, and all orders promptly attended to on reasonable 

terms by 

ALFRED PEER, 

Undertaker, 125 Market st. 

ESECE 6BAVES, 

(Sexton of the 3d Presbyterian Church.) 

UNDERTAKER. 

Coffins. Plates, Shrouds, Caps, Graves, and Hearses fur- 
nished at short notice, and every assistance ren- 
dered that friends may require. 

Residence, 51 Church street. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 299 

ELI HOLLOWAY, 
UNDERTAKER, 

AT HIS OLD STAND, 

134 Broad Street, 

HAS ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT 



or READT MADE 



COFFINS, 

OF VARIOUS SIZES AND QUALITIES, 

li^Cofiin Plates, Shrouds, Caps, and all other services 
frieiids may require at the shortest notice. 



S. L. TOLLES, 

(Sexton of the 1st Presbyterian Church.) 

UNDERTAKER, 

Coffins, Shrouds, Caps, Plates, Graves and Hearses, 

furnishedi and every assistance rendered that 
friends may require, 

Residence, 5 Fair street. 



300 



ADVERTISEHENTN. 



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ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS. 

JOSEPH C. HORNBLOWER, 
Counsellor at Law, office and house 6 Park Place. 



WILLIAM PENNINGTON, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, office 228 Broad street, house 129 High. 

ARCHER GIITFORD, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, office and house 169 Broad st. 

ASA WHITEHEAD, 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, office 275 Broad St., house 44 South Broad. 



JABEZ P. PENNINGTON, 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, and Notary Public, office 291 Broad, h. Harrison. 

JOHN P. JACKSON, 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, office 312, house 3S4 Broad st. 



ROBERT VAN ARSDALE, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor and Master 

in Chancery, office 192 r 190 Broad, 



JOSEPH N. TUTTLE, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Master in Chancery, 

office 250 Broad, house 448 Broad st. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 301 

A. C. M. PENNINGTON, 
Attorney and Counsellot at Law, and Master and Exami- 
ner in Ctiancery, office 291 Broad st. h. 532 High. 

DAVID A. HAYES, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Solicitor and Master 

and Examiner in Chancery, 

office 314 Broad, h. 22 Smith street. 



STAATS S. MORRIS, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor and Master 

and Examiner in Chancery, and Commissioner 

in Supreme Court, 

office 194 Broad st. house 63 Halsey. 



THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN, Jr. 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Master and Examiner ia 

Chancery, office 283 Broad st. up stairs, 

residence 19 VVashingtoa. 

STEPHEN R. GROVER, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Master and Examiner in 

Chancery, office 149 and house 171 Market. 



EDWARD T. HILLYER, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Master and Examiner in 

Chancery, and Commissioner for Ohio. 

office and house 118 Broad st. 



JOHN CHET/VOOD, 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, California. 

A. S. HUBBELL, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Solicitor in Chancery, 

and Commissioner for Alabama, office 

312 Broad St., h. 36 Kinney. 



CORTLANDT PARKER, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Solicitor and Examiner 

in Chancery, and Commissioner for New York 4" Ohio 

office 281 h. 161 Broad st. 



JACOB VAN ARSDALE, 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, and Commissioner in Bankruptcy, 
office 259 h. 190 Broad st. 
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S03 ADTERTISEMENTS. 

FREDERICK T. FRELINGHUYSEN, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, office 283 Broad st. h. 7 Park place. 



LEWIS C. GROVER, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Master and Exami- 
ner in Chancery, office and house 171 Market st. 



JOSEPH P. BRADLEY, 

Attorney and Couusellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, office and house 251 Broad. 



JOHN WHITEHEAD, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, office 145 Market h. 120 Orchard cor. Pennington st 



JAMES R. MEEKER, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Master and Exami- 
ner in Chancery, Elizabeth Town. 



OLIVER S. HALSTED, Jr. 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, office and house 267 Broad st. 



WILLIAM K. McDonald, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, and Sutroeate, office Court house, 
house 24 Park place. 



DANIEL DODD, J«. 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Master in Chancery, 
office 259 Broad, & Court House, r. 1 Park Church pi. 



GEORGE B. HALSTED, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, office 267 r. 417 Broad st. 

WILLIAM S. PENNINGTON, 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, office 
228 Broad st. r. 129 High. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 803 

JOHN R. WEEKS, 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery and County 

Clerk, office attiie Court House, h. 10 Rankin Place. 



WILLIAM P. MILLER, 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, office 

173 Broad st. 



JOHN H. MEEKER, 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, office 

267 Broad street. 



FREDERICK H. TEESE, 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitot in Chan- 
cery, office 150 Market st., r. 178 Washington. 



WILLIAM M. BABBITT, 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, office 

and house Orange, N. J. 



THEODORE RUNYON, 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, office 32G Broad, r. 1 Park Church Place. 



CHARLES L. C. GIFFORD, 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, office and r. 169 Broad st. 



ARCHER G MILLER, 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery, office 297 Broad St., h. 364 High. 



LUTHER SPENCER GOBLE, 
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, office 
299 r. 415 Broad. 



H. N. CON GAR, 

Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, office 

312 Broad, h. 23 Fair st. 



EDWARD BURROUGHS, 

Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, office 

314 Broad, res. 277 High. 



D. K. BOYLAN, —^ 

Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chanceryi office ^ 
287 Broad st., h. 43 Columbia. 



304 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

W, N. CARR, 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, office 

297 Broad St., h. 257 Plane st. 

AMZI DODD, 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, office 

259 Broad street, r. 1 Park Church Place. 

ELIAS L THOMPSON, 
Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, office 
and h. 14 Bank street. 

WM. A. RIGIITER, 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, office 

151 Market street, r. City Hotel. 



C. R. WAUGH, 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, office 

171 Market st., res. 177 Market. 



JAMES H. BOYLAN, 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, office 

287 res. 341 Broad. 



D. L. M. MOORE, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chaa- 

cery, office 169 Broad, res. Belleville. 



ABRAHAM H. SHERMAN, 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, office 

U& Market, house 14 Oak. 



JOHN F. BURRAGE. 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, office 

251 Broad, res- 64 Union. 



GEORGE F. TUTTLE, 

Attorney at Ljiw, and Solicitor in ChanceryJ office 

312 Broad, res. 19 Park street. 



GEORGE M. ROBESON, 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancey, office 

102 Broad, res. 1 Park Church Place. 



WM. S. WHITEHEAD, 

Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, office 

375 Broad, res. 44 South Broad. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 3W^ 

CONVEYANCER 

S. R. HAINES, 

Continues to execute Deeils, Mortgages, Leases, 
Wills, Indentures, &c. and takes AcKnowledgements 
at his office, 154i Market st. 
Having had 25 years experience as Surveyor and Con- 
veyancer, he claims to have some knowledge of the 
business, and therefore offers his services to the public. 

SURVEYORS. 

DUNN & THOMPSON, 

Will attend to surveying Farms, Lots, making Maps, 

Laying out building Lots, &c. 

All orders promptly attended to. 

Ellis Dunn, Jas M. Thompson. 

SCHOOL FOR YOUNfi LADIES. 

Two Doors SOUTH OF 1st Presbyterian Church. 

Miss H. M. PETTIT, 

A lady of ten years experience in teaching, will, on the 
1st Monday in April, open a school for young Ladies and 
Misses, at 317 Broad st, 2d story. 

She has secured very pleasant and convenient rooms, 
and offers to her pupils, the means of a thorough education 
in the elementary and scientific studies, appropriate to a 
school of this character : also instruction in Latin, French 
and Drawing if desired. 

Until the 1st of April, terms may be known, by confer- 
ring with the Principal at No. 70 Washington st from 3 to 
5 P. M. 

References.— Rev. J. B. Gondii, D D. Rev.Theron Bald- 
win, Matthias W. Day, Esq. Obadiah Thayer, Esq- Lucius 
D.Baldwin, Esq, Newark, N.J. Hon. Theodore Freling- 
huysen, L.L.D, New Brunswick, N. J., Rev C. C. Beat^ 
ty, D. D. Principal of Young Ladies Seminary, Steuben- 
ville.Ohio. Rev. E. Cheever, Ypsilanli, Mich. Mrs Sarah 
Willard, Principal of Female Seminary, Troy N. Y. 
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ADVERTISEMENTS. 




TRUNK MANUFACTURER. 

JONATHAN PIERSON, 

15 Hill street. 

Manufacturer of Leather, Plide and Seal Skin Trunk* 

Wholesale and Retail. Every article in the 

above line made to order. 

1^1^ N. B. All orders received will be punctually attended 

to and made of the best materials. 




PUMP MANUFACTURER. 

WILLTAM W. COOPER, 

24 Fulton St. 

Manufacturer of all kinds of Wooden Pumps for 

Wells and Cisterns. 

All orders thankfully received and promptly 

attended to. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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STOUTENBURGH. DAY & CO. 
Importers of and Wholesale Dealers in China. Glass, and 

Earthen Ware, 5308 Broad Street. 

Merchants from the country will find it to their advantage 

to call at this establishment before purchasing, as 

the articles are of the newest patterns, 

and offered on the most 

reasonable terms. 

R, C. Stoutenburgh, Elihu Day, Alvan Hedden. 



GEORGE BALDWIN, 

Wholesale and Retail Crockery Store, 218 Broad street. 

A splendid assortment of Earthen, Glass and China 

Ware constantly on hand, and for sale as low as 

can be bought in New York. 





CYRUS DEAN, 

Manufacturer of Barrels, Half Barrels, Tubs, Pails, 

Churns, Kegs, etc., of cedar and oak, 134 Bank street. 

All repairs done at short notice and. 

on reasonable tfrms. 
Also, Box Hoops and Builders' Pins. 



WM. S. WILSON, 

Wholesale and Retail Cedar Ware Manufactory, 

10 Bank st.. near Broad. 

EPTubs and Pails Repaired. 



308 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HOTELS. 



1. City Hotel, 366 Broad St., by Chas. Wyckoff. 

2. Park House, 27 Park Place, by Mrs. D. D. Chandler. 

3. Park House, Orange, iV. J. by John Snyder* 

4. Stewarts Hotel, 356 Broad, by E. Stewart & Son. 

5. South Ward Hotel, 398 Broad st. by T. D. Seannan. 

6. Union House, 124 Broad st. by O. Dickinson, 

7. Passaic Hotel, 306 Market St., by Thomas Doyle. 

8. Amer. Hotel, 127 Washington st., by H. A.Mourison. 

9. Hotel, 354 High st., cor. of Academy, by T. Leonard. 

10. N. Ward and City Hotel, 106 Broad, by J. Harrison. 

11. Mechanics' Hotel, 188 Broad st., by D. S. Hetzel. 

12. Star Tavern, 285 Market st., by Charles Tucker. 

13. Cadet Hall, 165 Broad st., by George D. Small. 

14. Steamboat Hotel, foot Centre st., by C W. Covintree. 

15. Hotel, 69 Lock street, by Jacob A. Westervelt. 

16. Farmers' & Mechanics' Inn, I Broa^d street, J.Doyle. 

17. Drovers' Inn, Lodi, East Newark, by Mrs. Davis. 

18. Orange Hotel, Orange, N. J, by F. Moore. 

19. Drovers' Hotel, on causeway, by Thos. Watkins. 
80. United States Hotel, Morristown, by J. O. Drake. 
31. Mansion House, Morristown, by Cooper & Belant 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 309 




LIVERY STABLES. 

WILLIAM COMPTON, 
Livery Stable, 160 Market street, near Broad. 

H. A. MOURISON, 
Lirery Stable, 127 Washington, corner of Academy st. 



ISAAC H. SNYDER, 
Livery Stable, 8 Fair near Broad street. 



ASA THOMAS, 
Livery Stable, 260 Market street corner of Ailing. 



D. S. HETZEL, 
Livery Stable, 188 Broad street, near New. 



T. D. SEAMAN, 

Livery Stable, 398 Broad, corner of Hill street. 

Price to suit the times. 



MICHAEL SANDFORD, 
Sale 4" Exchange Stable, 83 South Broad. 



DAVID J. CAMFIELD, 
Livery Stable, 158 Washington street. 



JOSIAH HARRISON, 
Livery Stable, 106 Broad street. 



THOMAS DOYLE, 
Livery Stable, 306 Market st. Passaic Hotel. 



WILLIAM VANDERVEER, 
Livery Stable, 1 Harrison Street. 



CHARLES BROWN, 
Livery Stable, 3 Harrison street. 




310 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MASTER BUILDERS. 

WILLIAM H. KIRK & CO- 
Architects and Builders in general, 11 and 13 Franklin pi. 
W. H. Kirk, Thomas Kirkpatrick. 

ALBERT~SCHUREMAN, 
Architect and Builder in general, 27 Division Place. 

A. 4- H. HnTlCHOLS, 

Builders in general, 6 Willow street. 

Aaron Nichols. Horace H. Nichols. 



GOULD & MOORE, 
Builders in general, 75 Commerce and 217 Market street- 

JONATHaITv. NICHOLS, 
Builder in general, 113 Plane street. 

EDWARD~Rr"wHITLOCK, 

Builder in general, 6 Front street. 

DANIEL~N~GARDNER, 
Builder in general, 54 Lafayette street corner of Prospect. 

ELIHirBr~EARL, 
Master Builder, 10 Garden street. 



WILLIAM A. COBB, 
Builder in general, 121 Kinney street. 

D. D. & M. DUNN, 
Builders in general, 105 and 111 Plane street. 

DAVID G. \YRES, 
Builder in general, ll6 Plane street. 

JAMES WARD, 
Architect and Builder in general, 111 Nesbitt st. 

JABEZ COOK, 
Builder in general, 114 Union street. 

PARKHURST & BUDD, 
Builders in general, rear 19 Cross street. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 

A. & F. CRANE, 
Builders in general, 41 Broad street. 

CRANE & ELSDEN, 
Builders in general, rear 20 Lafayette street. 



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MOSES H. CONDIT, 
Builder in general, rear 116 Plane street. 



WILLIAM ROBERTS, 
Builder in general, 163 Commerce street. 

GILBERT MEIGS, 
Builder in general, 168 Washington street, 

GEORGE M. RYERSON, 
Stair Builder, 1 Beach street. 



D. B. REEVE, 
Builder in general, 74 State street. 



EZRA REEVE, 
Master Builder, 117 Orchard street. 



EDWARD P. HAND, 
Master Builder, 102 Commerce street. 



JOSEPH C. YOUNG, 
Master Builder, 38 Walnut street, 



PETER LINDSLEY, 
Master Builder, 15 Commerce street. 



SAMUEL W. THARP, 
Master Builder, 6 Marshall street, 



RIKER & MORRIS, 
Master Builders, 59 State street. 



ROFP & BURRALL, 
Master Builders, 23 Washington street. 

EZRA B. SWAIM, 
Master Builder, 160 Broad street. 

ISAAC M. DEAN, 
Master Builder, 72 New street. 



312 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

MASTER MASONS AND BUILDERS. 

CHARLES T. PIERSON, 
Master Masoaand Builder, 67 Court st., near High; 

abner s. reeve, 

Master Mason and Builder, 113 Plane street. 

CRANE & LITTELL, 
Master Masons and Builders, 109 Plane St., and 71 Nevr. 

WM. A. CRANE, 
Master Mason and Builder, 71 New. 

ISAAC P. BROWN, 
Master Mason and Builder, 9 Franklin Place. 

JONAS C. REEVE, 
Master Mason and Builder, 14 South Essex street, 

JOHN M. JACOBUS, 
Master Mason and Builder, 73 State street. 

SILAS M. TODD, 
Master Mason and Builder, 45 Catharine street. . 

DANIEL D. BENJAMIN, 
Master Mason and Builder, 47 Catharine street 

MOSES T. BAKER, 
Master Mason and Builder, 29 South Market street. 

DANIEL H. JACKSON, 

Master Mason and Builder, 68 Walnut street. 

SIMPSON VAN. NESS. 
Master Mason and Builder, 103 Elm street. 

EZRA M. SAYRE, 
Master Mason and Builder, 115 Orchard street. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 313 

liUMBER 



MERCHANTS, 



E. B. & J. D. POINIER, 

Dealers in Boards, Planks, Joist, Clear Lumber, Timber, 

Pine and Cedar Shingles. Lath, Lime, 

Brick, &c.. foot of Market st. 

near Bethel Churcli. 

E. B. Poinier, J. D. Poinier. 



AARON WARD & CO., 

Wholesale and Retail dealers in Lumber of every 
description, at Centre Wharf first below 
the Steamboat Duck. 
Aaron Ward, Aaron B. Ward, Obadiah M. Ward 



L & G. A. VAN WAGENEN, 

Wholesale and Retail dealers in Lumber of every 
description, at Centre Wharf, J;econd below Steamboat 

Dock. 
Isaac Van Wagenen, George A. Van Wagenen. 



JOSEPH L. ALDEN, 

Wholesale and Retail dealer in Lumber of all descriptions, 

113 River st., first yard above 

the Railroad Bridge. 



JAMES MILLER, 

Wholesale and Retail dealer in all descriptions of 

Lumber, at T. V. Johnson's Dock, 

4 Commercial street- 



H. J. POINIER, 

Wholesale and Retail dealer in Lumber of all descriptions, 
87 Commercial street, opposite the Gas Works, 
and first Yard below the steam saw mill. 
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314 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

WILLIAM JACKSON, 

Wholesale and Retail dealer in every description of 

Lumber, Hoop Poles, &c.i 

13 Commercial street, near liie steam saw mill. 

FRED. VAN WAGENEN, 

Dealer in every description ol Lumber, 

1 Ogden, near old Bridge. 

GARDNER & MARCELL, 

Mahogany Lumber Yard, U Mechanic street. 

S. H. Gardner, J. A. Marcell. 



JAMES H. BURNET & SONS. 
13 Commercial street, 
l^ealers in Pine, Black Walnut, Cherry, Maple, White- 
wood, Ash, Hickory, Hemlock; Builder's, Cabinet makers 
and Carriage makers Lumber, cheap for cash, by 
James H. Burnet, James H. Burnet, Jr., Walter D. Burnet. 
»—— — — — — — ■^■^^— — ^— — ^^— ^ 

MASON'S MATEKIALS- 

W. R. & M. SAYRE, 

Dealers in Brick, Lime, Hair, Nails. Lath, Flagging 

Stones and Cellar steps and Meson's materials 

in general. Also Schuylkill, Lehigh, and 

Virginia Coal, of the best qualities. 

yard adjoining Rail Road Bridge. 

Wm. R. Sayre» Marcus Sayre. 

J. R. SAYRE, Jr., 
Dealer in Brick and Lime, second* Yard south of the 

Steamboat Dock. 

Thomaston, Rhode Island, Philadelphia, and North River 

Lime, Roman and Canal Cement, Lath and Lath 

Nails, Plaster of Paris, Marble dust, 

Frontand Fire Brick. 

Blue Stone, Flagging, Curbing, Cellar steps and 

Building materials generally. 

Also Schuylkill, Hazleton and other coals 

constantly on hand- 

A. S. REEVE & CO. 

Dealers in all descriptions of Mason's materials, Wood, 

Coal, &c., 4th above Railroad Bridge, 

foot of Lumber street. 

A. S. Reeve, 

F. S. Thomas. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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PLANE MANUFACTURERS. 



MOCKRIDGE & FRANCIS, 

Tool Store, and Manufacturers of Planes and Coach 

Tools. 147 Washington street. 

Abraham Mockridge, Elias Francis. 

GEORGE W. ANDRUSS, 
Wholesale and retail Plane Manufacturer, 156 Washing- 
ton street, near Market. 




AARON BALDWIN, 
Gun Smith and Saw Filer, 58 Bank street. 




SILAS G. EMES, Saw Filer, 12 Church street. 



BOX MAKERS. 

JAMES WHEELER, 

Wholesale and retail Box Manufacturer, 292 High 

cor. Market. 

N. B. — Boxes of every description made to order at short 

notice. House, 428 Broad street. 



MESLOR 4- SMITH, 

Wholesale and retail Manufacturers of Hat and Packing 

Boxes of erery description. 1 Pierson's Alley. 

T. J. PHILLIPS, 

Manufacturer of Refrigerators, Hat and Packing Boxes, 

3& Quarry street. 



316 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

REFECTORIES. 

CITY COFFKE HOUSE, LUNCH. 
reading" room, 

132 Market st. near Broad. 
Breakfasts, Dinners and Suppers, (<>f the best the mar- 
ket affurds) served up at sh:>rt notice, at any hour frum 7 
A. M. to 10 P. M. Charges moderate 

GEOKGE H. JONES 



FRAKKLIN LUNCH, 

354 Uroiid street. Newark, 
The subscriber, late of the Union Lunch. 133 Market St. 
would inform his old customers and tlie public generally, 
that he has removed t • the lijiht and airy busetnent, 354 
Broad st. a few doors north of the City Hotel, next to 
Franklin Hall, where he is prepared to serve his custom- 
ers in the best style, with every description of eatables. 

JOSEPH CREE. 



THE VERANDAH 

RESTAURANT, 

m 2h4 Br »ad street, Newark, 

Where Oysters are served up in every style. Also, Hot 
Coffee, Cakes, and Steaks, Ac always ready at a call 
Breakfast, Dinner and Tea, at regular Imura. 

WM H. TRAWIN. 
Families supplied with Oystets at all hours. 



NIEWJtRSEY HOUSE. 

No. 74 MULBERRY STREET, 

NKWARK, N. J- 
IS" Boarding by the Day or Week. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 3 IT 

JAMES B. TAYLOR, 

PROFESSOR OF MTJSIC, 

And Teacher of the Piano Forte, 
Singing, Spanish Guitar, Flute, Violin, Violoncelld Ac- 
Residence No. 2 Arch street, near Warren. 
N. B. — Music arranged for any regular Orchestral Instru- 
ment, or for any Number of Instruments- 
Music copied or furnished for Concerts &c.,at short DOtica 
and on reasonable terms- 

WILLIAM H. EARL, 

DEALER IN 

JYo. 343 Broad' Street 

REGULATIONS FOR THE 

RETAIL TRADE. 

The followinff quantities of ICE will be delivered at 
any part of the City, at the prices annexed : — 
6 lbs. a day from May 10 to September 20, $i 00 

8 " " " " 5 00 

10 •« " '* " 6 00 

12 •' " " " 8 00 

100 lbs. for Three Shillings, and any quantity above that, 
at the same rate. If a ton is taken at any one time, a 
reasonable deduction will be made. 

Families supplied the WHOLE YEAR at fair prices. 
Complaints against the drivers for neglect, carelessness, 
or any cause must be made at the office, and they will be 
promptly attended to. 

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318 ADVKRTISEMENTt. 




BUTCHERS. 

BANGS ELI, near Depot, N J. Railroad 
BATHGATE JAMES E. Centre Market 28 

BIRD JAMES R. do 15 

BIRD JEREMIAH, North Ward, Broad 21 

BURNET TIMOTHY, South do 2 

CRANE GEORGE, Centre Market 6 

CREGIER JOHN A. South Ward, Broad st. 392 
DURIE JAMES, Washington Market, Walnut st. 37 
FAITOUTE HENRY, North Ward Market. 1 
BELLINGER F. C. Centre Market 16 

HOLDEN GEORGE, do 9 

JOHNSTON GEORGE T. do 2 

LEWIS GEORGE, do 10 and 12 

LUM STEPHEN, South Ward, Mulberry st. 281 
McBETII A. G. Centre Market 19 

McBETH WILLIAM, Centre Market 4 

SCHMITT GOTTHART, Jr. Ferry 18 

SCHMITT JACOB, Centre Market 14 

TOMPKINS J. T. do 5 and 7 

WAMBOLD ABRAHAM, do 1 and 3 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 819 

LEATHER & OIL DEALERS. 

BALDWIN CALVIN - - 60 Maiket 
BALDWIN VV.Vl. A. - - - 66 Market 
BROWN Q. P. - ' - 56 Market 
DICKERSON & CO. JAS L. - 62 Market 
DOUGHERTY^ E. C. & H. F. - 58 Market 
FRANCIS EBENZZER - - 74 Market 
GARTHWAIIE J. THOMAS - 52 Market 
GARTH WAITE WILLIAM - 88 Market 
HALL GEORGE W. - - 78 Market 
HALSEY & TUCKER - • 68 Market 
HOLLINGS WORTH J. 159 and 161 Washington 
HOWELL & DAWSON - 72 Market 
HOWELL SAMUEL M. - 82 Market 

JACOBUS & UTTER - . 84 Market 
JONES EDWARD E. ■ - 60 Market 
PIER30N & BERRY - - 86^ Market 
SIMPSON JOHN W. . - 154 River 

TEESE CONRAD - 159 and 161 Washington 



MOROCCO DRESSERS. 

BRADY PHILIP - - - 29 Searing 
DOUGHERTYS & YOUNG - 64 Market 
WATTS GEORGE - rear 94 Market 



WOOL DEALERS. 



COX PATRICK G. 
GRAFTON WILLIAM 



173 Plane 
176 Plane 



320 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

GEORGE S. MILLS, 

Wood and Coal dealer, 42 North Canal street, 
corner of Cherry, 
Schuylkill, Red Ash, Hazletnn, Laurel Hill, Lehigh Bea- 
ver Meadow, broke and delivered lo order — also 
Hickory and Oak Wood, of the first quality. 
IS" Terms Cash. 



DAVIS V. JOHNSON, 

Wholesale Wood and Coal Dealer at 

T. V. Johnson's Commercial Dock 

Schuylkill, Hazleton and other Coals from the best veins 

broken and delivered to order. Also 

Virginia Coal from the best mines. 

Hickory, Oak and Pine Wood of the first quality, cheap 

for Cash. 



ISAAC HALSEY. 

City Coal Yard, 41 River street, 

Dealer in Schuylkill, Hazleton, Lehigh, Laurel Hill, 

Beaver Meadow, Virginia and Liverpool Coals 

and Pine Wood at the City Coal Yard, neit below the 

Union Coal Yard. 



W. R. &c M. SAYRE. 

Wholesale and retail dealers in Schuylkill, HazletOD. 

Lehigh, and other hard Coals, broken, screened 

and delivered lo suit purchasers — also 

Virginia, for smith's use. Cheap 

for ready pay only. 

Yard adjoining the Railroad Bridge. 

Wm. R. Sayre, ) 

Marcus Sayre. ) 



A. S. REEVE & CO. 

Dealers in all kinds of hard Coals, broken and delivered 

to suit purchasers — also, Hickory and Oak Wood 

of the best qualities, Cheap for Cash. 

Yard 141 River, foot of Lumber st. 

A. S. Reeve. 

F. S. Thomas. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



w®m mm mm^ 

SILAS FORD, 

•Coal and Wood dealer, 59 River Street opposite Cherry 
street, at Union Coal Yard. 



FAITOUTE & STOU DINGER, 

Coal and Wood dealers, Ogden Street foot of Divi- 
sion Street. • 



JAMES CROWELL & CO. 

Coal and Wood dealers, No. 1 Ogden Street, first 
yard north of the Bridge. 



JOSEPH SWEASEY, 

Coal and Wood dealer. No. lo Commercial Street, 
at Shipman's Basin. 



STEPHENSON & DOUGLASS, 

Coal and Wood dealers, 16 East River Street, cor. 
of Jackson Street. 



JAMES R. SAYRE, Jr. 

Coal and Wood dealer, second yard South of the 
Steam Boat Duck. 



PRUDEN ALLING. 

Coal and Wood dealer, 2 Commercial Street, 
T. V. Johnson's Dock. 



A. O. PIERSON, 

Wood and Coal merchant, 46 Kinney St., 
All orders promptly attended to. Terms Cash. 



322 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

CITY GOVERNMENT. 

Mayor — James M. Cluinby. 

CUy Clerk— Hd^wxiX T. Clark. 

Chosen Freeholders— W m. Garthwaite, S. G. Gould. 

CUy Surveyor — Elias Dunn. 

City Counsel — F. T. Frelinghuysen. 

Cily AUorncy—F. T. Frelinghuyscn. 

City Treasurer— John Hartshorne, Jr. 

Street Commissioner — John Hays. 

Surveyors of Highways — James H. Halsey, Robert Dod. 

Overseer of Poor — Albert Munn. 

Coroners — George H. Bruen, L. A. Hall. 

Presidetitof Common Cou9iciL— Frederick H. Smith. 

{Aldermen — David Campbell, Cortlandt Parker, Joseph L, 
Alden, Edward Silvey. 
Judge of Election — David Campbell. 
Inspectors of Election — James Silvey, Aaron Young. 
^ i Ward Clerk— 5. W. Osbom. 
" 1 Assessor — James Silvey. 
Collector — Aaron Young. 
Commissioner of Appeal — R. D. Baldwin. 
School Comviiltee— Lucias D. Baldwin, Silas Merchant. 
Constables — Calvin Lyon, Richd Francisco, Wm. B. Wilson, 
'Aldermen — Jona V. Nichols, J. Hollingsworih, Ebenezer 

Francis, Jacob Van Arsdale. 
Judge of Election —T^ichSirA Sweasey. 
Inspectors of Election— D. Murphy, F. H. Teese. 
Ward Clerk — Frederick W. Ricord. 
Assessor — James Whiitemore. 
Collector — David J. Camfield. 
Commissioner of Appeal — Henry A. Mourison. 
School Committee — A. N. Dougherty, Milton Baldwin. 
^Constables— C D. Tichenor, John Past, Peter Whitbeck. 
'Aldermen — Frederick H. Smith, Bernard Mc Co rmick, jr. 

Nehemiah Perry, Ambrose Williams. 
Judge of Election — George S. Mills. 
Inspectors of Election — David Thomas, Jacob Johnson. 
Ward Clerk — Joseph Shipman.^ 
Assessor — William A. Lum. 
Collector — James B. Congar. 
Commissioner of Appeal — A. P. Ely. 
School Committee — Stephen Congar, S. H. Pennington, 
Constables— J . VV. Southard, U. R. Smith, G. Sanlbrd. 
Aldermen— 3. C. Garthwaite, C. T. Pierson, A. Wilcox, 

Daniel Price. 
Judge of Election — S. R. Haines. 

Inspectors of Elect io-n — Moses B. Coe, William B. Douglass.. 
Ward Clerk — A. H. Sherman. 
I Assessor — John Murray. 

CoZfet/or— Jonathan Pierson. 
I Commissioner of Appeal — James Wheeler. 
I School Committee — John Whitehead, H. N. Peters. 
\^Constables—E. C. Blazier, G. Dudley, John Thatcher. 



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'Aldermen — Wm. W. Pollard, J. A. Pennington, Wm. 

Dennis, MuU'ord W. Casterhue. 
Judge of Election — James H. Tichenor. 
Inspectors of Election — Jas. Durie, John Brill . , 

'nard Clerk — Samuel. Clark. 



» ' Assessor — Samuel C. Collyer. 



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Collector — William S. Emery. 

Commissioner of Appeal — Francis E. Lindsley. 

School Csovimittce — Wm. A. Righter, Jas. F. Bond. 

Constables — T. J. Duvall, G. A. Baebmeyer, David Poioier. 

"STANDmG COMMiTTElfs^^ 



Police. 
Messrs. PenningtoUj 
Pierson, 
Prancis, 

Assessments. 
Messrs. Pierson, 

Campbell, 
Van Arsdale, 

Public Ground*. 
Messrs. Pollard, 
Perrv, 
Parker, 

Schools, 
Messrs. Parker, 
Perry, 
Casterline, 

Offices. 
I'erry, 
Pollard, 
Ganhwaite, 

Licenses. 
HoUingswortb, 
Alden, 
Dennis, 

Ordinances. 
Van Arsdale, 
Parker, 
Pennington, 

Accounts. 
Messrs. Dennis. 
Wilcox, 
Campbell, 

Shows. 
Messrs. Alden, 

NcCormick, 
Wilcox, 
I^ichuls, 
Dennis, 
ami President. 
AMZI DODD, Clerk of Common Council- 



Finance. 
Messrs. Garth waite, 
^ Nichols, 
' McCormick, 
Streets. 
Messrs. McCormick, 
Silvey, 
Price, 

HoUingsworth, 
Casterline, 
Wharves. 
Messrs. Casterline, 
Francis, 
Alden, 
Lamps. 
Messrs. Price, 

Williams, 
Casterline, 
Watch. 
Messrs. Silvey, 

Garthwaite, 
Francis, 

Ftre Department. 
itessrs. Nichols, 
Silvey, 
Pollard, 
Markets. 
Messrs. Williams, 
Pierson, 
Van Arsdale, 
Aims. 
Messrs. Campbell, 
Price, 

Pennington, 
Water. 
Messrs. Wilcox, 
Williams, 
HoUingsworth, 



Messrs. 



Mesi 



Messrs. 



DOCTORS' LIST. 

Akeri Oscar J. 91 Broad 

Annin Jonathan D J73 Market 

Baldwin Milton. 58 Bank st. • 

9anks Samuel, 356Bri>Hd 

Brown W Murtimer, 390 Broad q. Hill 

Clark J Henry, 228 Broad st. 

Co)es Abraham, 172 Market st. 

Congar Stephen, 23 Fair st. 

Corwin Joseph A 38 Ferry st. 

Darcy John S 261 Broad 

Dougherty A N. 105i Market st.^ 

Duflford William, 1 Commerce st. 

Eyrich Christopher 2 William st. 

Goble Jabez G. 415 Broad st. 

Grover William B. 149 Market st. 

Hall Lewis A. 179 Broad st. 

Hill Ambrose B 358 Broad st. 

Jackson Joseph B. iSl Broad st. 

King Thomas S. 172 Market st. 

Lafon Thomas, 257 Broad st. 

Loweree Thomas W. 377 Broa^ st, 

Lyon Silas S. .^77 Broad st. 

Mead William, 111 Broad st. ^ 

Mercer Wm. T. 224 Broad st. 

Nichols Isaac A. 261 Broad st. 

Nichols Whitfield, 261 Broad st. 

Norton Horace, 265 Broad st. 

Osborne Edward, I S. Market st. 

Pennington S H. :i55 Broad st. ; 

Reeves Abner W. ]30i Broad st. 

SandforJ William P P. 1 Commerce st- 

Sheehan P E. 66 New st. 

Smith Lyndon A. 253 Broad st. 

Taylor Wm W. 259 Broad st. 

Wade Joseph L, 173 Market. 

Ward George S. 388 Broad St. 

Ward John F. 382* Broad st. 

Ward W. S. 99 Broad st. 

DESTTISTS. 

Arms S. E. 928 Broad st. 

Colburn A. G. Pliny, 269 Broad sU 

Conover William H. 322 Broad st. 

Fowler James F. 5 Cedar st. 

Harrington Daniel, Market st. 

Hassel John, 177 Market st. 

Lord William G. 281 Broad st. 

Lyman Lyndon G. 333 Broad st. ' 

Moore G. J. 259 Broad st. 

Ward William W 2J^ Clinton St. 

CAIVCBK DOCTOR. 
Wallace Daniel, successor to Dr. Lynch 703 Broad st. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 

NURSES' LIST. 

See list of Names for any alterations in their numbert. 

Agens Sarah, 2 Warren street. 
Allen Sarah, 2 Ball's Court. 
Baldwin Mary, 80 North Essex street. 
Brandovv Margaret, 14 Fair street. 
Brydon Margaret, 151 Lawrence street. 
Canfield Elizabeth, 15 Lafayette street. 
Carr Elizabeth, 27 Academy street. 
Carr Margery, 166 Washington street. 
Case Elizabeth. 19 Boudinot street. 
Condit Lydia, 70 Kinney street. 
Cooper Mary, 62 Boston street. 
Cutler Mary, 28 Fair street. 
Earl Charlotte, 1 Garrabrants Court. 
Earl Clarissa, 20 Hill street. 
Foster Mary, 7 Sheffield street. 
Gallnger Sarah, 65 Washington street. 
Gardner Nancy, 121 Kinney street. 
Hall Sarah Jane, 33 Fair street. 
Humes Sarah, 6 S. Market street. 
Hyde Mrs 120 Broad street. 
Jacobus Elizabeth. 18 Chestnut street. 
Joralemon Leah, 174 Washington street. 
Keene Lucinda, 71 Mulberry street. 
King Mrs 15 Academy street. 
King Rachel, 53 Bank street. 
L'Hommedieu Phebe, 66 Catharine street. 
Magie Elizabeth, 9 Orchard street. 
Marcell Sarah, 19 New street. 
Morehouse Susan, 41 Warren street. 
Morton Sarah, i6-i Plane street. 
Ogden Jane C. 18 North Prospect street. 
Peer Margaret Ann, Lawrence n. Market. 
Polly Keziah, 71 Sprinsx street. 
Rodrigo Elizabeth, 5 Franklin street. 
Robinson Catharine, 6 Fulton street. 
Robinson Susan, 3'.)1 Broad street. 
Sanders Lydia, 48 Lawrence street, 
Sandford Phebe, 33 S. Essex street. 
Spinning nann:ih. 226 Plane street. 
Taylor Eliza, 106 Academy street. 
Thompson Hannah, rear 68 Kinney street, j 
Valentine Catharine. 127 Kinney street. 
Wood Elizabeth, 294 Washington street. 
Woodruff Elizabeth. 44 Liberty street. ^^. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 




THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMER 



1 

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Captain JOHN GAFFY, 



Having been lengthed 55 feet, and being now 220 feet 
long, with a new boiler, and a new, commodious and 
elegantly furnished deck saloon. 90 feet in length, (ex- 
pressly for ladies.) — commenced running between Newark 
•and New York» on Tuesday, II March, and makes tw© 
trips a day from each place, leaving as follows, viz: 



"Centre Wharf, Newark, 
7i o'clock, A. M. 
U " P. M. 



Foot of Barclay st , N. York. 
10 o'clock, A. M. 
4 " P. M. 



FARE. 



To New York, 
To Bergen Point, 



]2J cents. 
12i cents. 



The Passaic is remarkable for speed, performing the 
distance in from an hour and a half to an hour and three 
t}uarters each trip. 

Ladies will find this route very pleasant, and particu- 
larly advantageous, as the inconvenienceof changing from 
<ar to ferry boat with baggage is avoided. 

j^Goods and freight taken on reasonable terms, hot 
only at the risk of the owners. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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MORRIS & ESSEX RAILROAD COMPANY^ 

SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, 

Commmencing Monday, April 7th, 1851. 

Leave Dover 3 A- M Frei<rht ; 7 Ifl A. M. and 2 00 P. M. 

. •• Morristown i. (Freifrht) 6.7,45 \.M.,an6 2,35 ?. M. 

" Millville, 5, {Freight) 6,43, S.23, A. M., and 1,15, 

3,18 P. M. 

Returning — Leave New York. 
For Dover Sh, 1 l-i A. M Freight ; and 4 P. M. 
" Morristown 8 J, 1].^ A. M. Freight ; and 4, 6 P. M. 
" Millville 8i, 10, 11§ A. M. Freight; and 4, 6 P. M. 

AS FOLLOWS : 
Dover Passenger Lines. 



Morning Train, 
LeaveDoverat 7,10 A.M. 

" Morrrislown 7,45 ". 

" Madison, 7,55 " 

" Sumnnit, 8,13 " 

" Millville, 8.23 " 

" OraT)ge, 8,38 " 

Arrive at Newark 8,50 " 
New York, 9,35 



Afternoon Train. 
LeaveDoverat 2,00 PM. 
" Morristown 2,35 " 
" Madison, 2,45 *• 
" Summit, 3,08 •' 
" Millville, 3,18 " 
'^ Orange, 3,38 " 
Arrive at Newark 3.50 " 
New York 4,30 



Returning — Leave New York 8h A. M., and 4 P. M, 
'» Newark 9i A. M. and 4? P. M. 

Morristown Accommodation Line. 

Leave Morristown &.00 A. M. Millville 6,43 A. M. 

" Madison 6.10 " Orange, 7,03 " 

•• Summit, 6,33 " Arriving at Newark 7,20 " 

" New York, 8,00 *' 
Returning — Leave New York 6 P. M. Newark 6,45 P.M. 

Millville Accommodation Line. 
Leave Millville 1,15 P. M Orange Station 1,35 P. M.; 
Arriving at Newark at 1 .50 P. M. and New York at 2,40P.M. 
Leave New York for Millville at 10 A. M., and Newark 
at 101 A. M. 

Fheigbt Line, 
With Car attached for the accommodation of Freighters 
will leave Dover at 3 A. M., arriving in New York at 7,30 
A. M; returning v.-ill leave New York atllj A. M., carrying 
passengers to and from Stations on the road where freight 
is received and delivered. 

J. B. GADDIS, Superintendent 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 




///j'.rf.'ssisis- siv-i-* 



CHARLES GRANT, 
107 Market street, opposite Harrison, 

Manufacturer of 

Marble Mantels, Tables, Monuments, 

Tomb and Grave Stones, of the best Egyptian, Italiaoi 

and American Marbles, executed in the best modern 

Style. Also, stone work for buildings, made to 

order, of Connecticut or Newark stone. 



AMOS WILCOX, 

142 Market street, 

Manufacturer of Marble Mantels, Monuments, Grave 

Stones, and wall Plates, Also, Stand, Table, 

and Bureau Tops, of the best Egyptian 

and Italian Marble, 



C. T. DUN COMB, 

No. 150 Marl'-et street, 

Manufacturer of 

Marble Monuments and Tombs of every description. 

Marble Mantels of every variety, furnished to 

order, on the most reasonable terms. 



JONATHAN STEVENS, 

76 Broad street near the Rail Road Depot, 

Manufacturer of 

Marble Monuments, Grave Stones, Mantel Pieces. 

Every description of work executed with neatness. 

and despatch. 



329 



IN MEMORT 

OF MAJOR GENERAL 

March 4th, 1849, 

DEPARTED THIS LIFE JULY 9lh, 1850, AGED 
66 YEARS. 

Holding office one Year, Four Months, and Fire Days. 

MILLARD FILLMORE, 

OF NEW YORK, 

VICE PRESIDENT, 

SXTCCEEDEB PRESIDENT TATLOB, 

AS PRESIDENT. 



t330 ADVERTISEMENTS. l 



s. F. mm, 

ORIGINAL 

[isiaKa(!i][Fa(B?«ii 



OP 



NEWARK 




EXTRA DURABLE ELASTIC VARNISH, 

equal to the English. 
COACH BODY VARNISH, Extra Light Shade. 
COACH OR CARRIAGE, for Running parts. 
BLACK ASPHALTUM VARNISH, 
DRYING JAPAN, 
LEATHl^R, 

No. 1 and 2 Furniture Polishing *' 
FLOWING, 
SCRAPING, 
WHITE OR MAP 



} 3S0 Mulberry st. ^ 

NEWARK, N. J. 



^^K©^^- 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 






DANIEL PRICE & CO. 

Manufacturers of an Improved 

C^ojpaill "^^^ Si ap 5X1. a ^ I^ © 
No. 237 Mulberry Street, 

Coach Body Varnish, light sljade 
Coach " 

Black Japan " 

Brown Japan " sure drier, 

Leather " 

Light Shade flowing Varnish 
No. I and 2 Furniture Polishing Varnish 
Scraping "' 

Spirits Turpentine, Oil, &c. 
Daniel Prick. D. M. Fitzgerald. 



THOxMPSON PRICE & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 
COxiCH, FURNITURE, BROWN AND BLACK 

riiz:FAS.i:D oils, etc. 

224 Mulberry street, Newark, N. J. 
Thompson Price, Daniel Price & Co. 

BIGELOW «& PRICE, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Coach, Furniture, Brown & Japan 



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'-iiQi ji 'ii^ ^!f^ imp -'^ 
PREPARED OILS, &c. 
No. 228 Mulberry Street. 

NEWARK, N. J. 
Moses Bigelow. 



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DaVid Price. 




ADVtKTlSEMUNTS. 



MILLER, JOHNbON & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 
[COACH. FURNITURE, BROWN AND JAPAN 

PREPARED OILS, &C., 

No. 222 Mulberry Street. 
NEWARK, N. J, 



ac Miller, ^ 

Fred C. Johnson, > 
niel A. Johnson. J 



Isaac Miller, 

Alfred 

Da 



OS) 



PIERSON & ROBERTSON, 

Manufae hirers of Imjjroved 

No. 225 Rail Road Avenue, 

NEWARK, N. J. 

Sylvester C, Pierson, Elias C". Robertson. 

HENRY WHITENACK, 

(Late Whilenack and Bell,) 

HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING, 

Graining, Glazing, and Paper Hanging. Also 
Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnish, &c, . 

At the late stand of Caleb Thayer, 

6 6 MULBERRY STREET, 

Newark, N. J. 



JjtAII Work executed with Promptness. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 




mm. (g. \B^[m\K 



!H0USE. sign & ORiNAMENTALi 






156 Market Street, 

NEWARK, N. J. 

Manufactures and has constantly on hand 

of various patterns, also, 

*rench and American Paper Hang-ings, Firet 
Board Prints* Borders &c.i 

gy-< Room Paper Varnished in a superior manner, and 
cv'^ warranted lo wash. 

I WmDOW §EiDB§ 

oD Painted to Order on the most reasonable terms. 



R. L. WESTERVELT, 
OUSE, SIGN& ORNAMENTALS 



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RAPE R HANG E R, 

NO. 77 MULBERRY STREET. NEWARK, N. J. '^^ 
rt-Ready Mixed Paints, Varnish, &c. All work ^ 
executed with neatness and dispatch. J- 

:cxncn(;o:cxcxcxcxcccccxcxo:<r<: 



•334 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



iDAVIS, CURRIER & SANFORD,| 

MACHINE SHOP, i 

No. 290 Market Street, M 

NEAR THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, NEWARK) N« J. ^'n 

JBuilders of Steam Engines, Paper Mills, Paper andJ<){ 
Calender Rolls, Lathes of all BSj 

kinds, Jewelers' Tools, \ 

|viz ; — Drops, Shears, Draw Benches, Screw and] 
Lever Presses. 

AND MILL WORK IN GENERAL 

Alexander H. Davis, Cyrus Currier, F. P. Sanford- 

N. B. — Iron Castings of all kinds and patterns made 

to order. 



DOD & INSLEE, 



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HEDENBERG'S FACTORY, 

NEWARK, N. J. Rj 

Manufaoiure Jewelers' Lathes, Shears and Presses ;s€a 

also, Trunk makers' Presses and Shears. i^\ 

Carpenter's Morticing Maohines, Machinist's Tools. 

Shafting and Light Machinery generally. 

J. G. Dod, A. Inslee.S 



E. & S. D. GOULD, 

In all its Various Branches at | 

Inclined Plane of Morris Canal, | 

E. Gould, formerly of the firm of Gould 4" Inslee. a 

Ezra Gould. S. D. Gould] 



HEWES & PHILLIPS, 

MACHINISTS, 

MANUFACTURERS OF ' 



PLANING MACHINES, POWER PRESSES, 

AND 

Machinery of all Descriptions 
Union Iron Works, Meeker's Foundry, 

HARRISON & BREESE 

AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

PATENT & COMMON AXLES, 

AT J. M. QUINBY'S coach FACTORY, 

Ifo 325 BROAD STRX2ET, 

Cart crank axles, new boxe.», caps, and nuts, fitted to old 
ancles, and repairs in general done at short notice. 



BENJ. P. HARRISON, 



THOMAS BREESE. 



nEANUFAOTURERS 

JAS. N. JORALEMON & CO. 

COACH SPRING AND AXLE MANUFACTORY, 
72 Clay Street, near Broad. 

PHILIP QUIGLEY, 

Wholesale and Retail Mannfacturers of 

§PIHIf I<B?BI.S, 

AND CARPENTER'S TOOLS IN GENERAL, 
JORALEMONS' FACTORY, 72 CLaY ST. 



mJs^i^M^y^^iSamsmm^ms^ 



ADVERTISEMKNTS. 



S. E. CANFIELD & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OP 



)Garden & Field Hoes & Eakes, 

GARDEN and MASONS TROWELS, 
)Mincing Knivesj Tobacco Cutters, Cabbage and BeefvO. 
Cutlers, Mincing machines, Apple Parers, Claw, C'^ 
Wrenches, Bed Keys &c, /* 

5 and 7 Rail Road Avenue opposite the depot. q 

^S. E. Canfield, Alex. Campfield^ 



R. m. GRummoN, 

(Successor to James T. Hedden,) 



QW Rear of J. M. Quinhifs Coach Factory , ^ 

©325 Broad St., Newark, N. JJi 

^ju Manufacturer of all hinds of Carriage and Harness ^ 
[Q^ Furniture, such as (r 

jj Bands, Handles, Coach Locks, and Hinges, ^ 

Glass string Rollers, Glass Frames, (l 

TerretSj Hooks, Swivels, Ornaments, ^ 

Saddle Nails 6fC, ( 

, C 
'AH kinds of Brass and Silver plated Ware, and patent"; 

harness mountings. ^ 



I JOSEPH GARDNER, ^ 

! 16 Mulberry street. ^ 

DIE SINKER, STAMPER, BRAZIER, AND ? 

STOVE & LAMP % 

' ORNAMENT MAKER, ^ 

xAll kinds of Ornaments, and fancy Mouldings, Agricultu-(; 

' ral. Society, School Medals. Society and « 

) Notary seals of all kinds (; 

) engraved to Order. C 

V N. B. — Marking Plates, and burn Marks cut to order- Tj. 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 



^LIF^IiO) !HI(y)[r^TI(^, 



337! 



TABLE KNIFE MANUFACTURER. 

ALSO, FINE CUTLERY. 

SHEFFIELD, CORNER STATE. 

House 145 Quarry Street. 



Steel Fiate 

MANUFACTURER. 

JOHN GARSIDE, 

ENGRAVERS' STEEL PLATE MAIsUFACTURERj 

ALSO FLNE TABLE CUTLERY" 

Wasbington Factory, House 99 Mill. 



BEDFORD & CRANE, 

MA^UFACTURERS OP 

CARRIAGE BOWS, 

Bent Felloes, Shafts, <^c. 

56 Mechanic street, Newark, N. J. 
S. O. Crane, - S. Bedford 



1^ CHARLES L. CHAPLAIN, 

'^ MANUFACTURER OF 

I TURNED SPOKES. 

S PHCENIX WORKS, 

'^ No. 204 MARKET STREET. 




^ ^DEALER IN KITCHEN RANGES OF^ 

® VARIOUS PATTERNS. ^ 

9^ FITTED UP WITH OR WITHOUT >^ 



Copper Basins, 
Water Closets, 
Wash Bowls, 
Balh Tubs, 
Shower Baths, 



Hot Air Furnaces, Registers'/^ 
Stove of various Patterns, x^ 
Stoves P'pes, Coal Hods, J/ 
Tin and Sheet Tron Work, fo 
Done to order. 



, PUMPS and every thing connected vi'iih the conduct-/ 
^ing of Hot or Cold Water in any part of buildings, or^ 
/Heating the Buildings with Hot Air. ^ 

I PLUMBING IN GENERAL f 

) COPPER WORK DONE TO ORDER. ( 
\ Cliaiii Pumps with Oiak Pips. / 

/Whitehead's Improved Well Pumps, a superior article,^ 
) free from frost, or any bad effect on the water, ( 
) handsome in appearance and work easy. ( 



j FORCE PUMPS I 

50F DIFFERENT SIZES AND PATTERNS^ 

jS The above Pumps are of my own manufacture, under f, 

7) the superintendence of K. VV. Whitehead, who has r 

f" had much experience in the above business. . / 

^ The above Pumps I Warrant. t 

j2 Also for sale Douglass and other Iron Pumps. v 

)kPumps of all kinds Repaired at Short NoticeX 

^N. B. Those who are about building, would do well^ 
ji'to consult me about Furnaces and Range Fixtures be-( 
<'fore maturing their plan / 

C\ 340 Broad Street. 



310 



ADVEIITISEMENTS. 




(Successor to J. B. Ward,) t 

TIN SMITH, COPPER SMITH, AND PLUMBER, i 

148 Market Street, t 

Having enlarged his premises, is fully prepared to ( 
execute all work that may be entrusted to him in his j 



} line of business. He continues the sale of 

I ATWOOD'S EMPIRE HOT AIR COOKING STOVE, j 

\ Which has stood without an equal for the last five years j 
^during which time more than six hundred have been ^ 
( sold in this city. He is sole agent for * 

i Culverts Mot, ^^ir Furnaces, t 

\ BEEBE'S well known KITCHEN RANGES, \ 

J MERKLEES Do, Do. i 

i EMPIRE Do. Do. * 

J Which he is prepared to set up in the best manner i 
^ with or without Hot Water Fixtures. An assortment ofJ 

* Parlor 0toocs anb (Urates, / 

) Will always be kept on hand together with i 

4 STOVES FOR STORES, BED ROOMS, SHOPS. ETC.. ETC., ^ 

By an arrangement with the Newark Aqueduct Co.,| 
^ihe is authorised to lay lead pipes, from the main, andij 
|to make repairs to those now laid. 

O" Pumps of every variety made and repaired 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GENERAL KITCHEN 



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a 



ELIASC. BEAM, 

m" 302 REMEMBER 302, .^ 

Broad Street, Newark, N. J., near Market, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in Stoves and Tin ware of every 

variety, &c., &c. 

THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE, 

Hot Air and Air Tiglit Cooking Stoves, a very superior 

arlicp. 

Uncle Sam Air Tieht, Rotary Air Tight, 

Mott's Tabular Quick Oven, Coal Burners, &c., <!jfC. 

A GENERAL ASSORTMENT 

BRITANNIA & PLATED WARE, 

Urns, Castors, Lamps, Spoons. French Coffee Pots, &c 

CUTLERY, 
Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Scissors, &c., &c. 

HOLLOW WARE, 

Pots, Kettles, Frying Pans, Enamelled Kettles, &c,, tSpc 

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN 

BRAg§ IITTK^BS. 

SITZ BATHS & BATHING TUBS, all sizes 

CEDAR TUBS AND PAILS. 
A large assortment of Chest and Upright 

Also, Anthony and Emerson's Patent Double Acting 



f 



The simplest and best ever invented. (Warranted.) 
For Sale, Wholesale and Retail at 302 Broad street, by 

ELIAS C. BEAM. 
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^312 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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D. LiYNCH,; 

STOVE DEALER, 

18Q Bj^o ad Street, 
'a few doors below New, opposite the Park, Newark, N. J.' 

D. LYNCH, 
'Respectfully calls the attemion of the Public to a large*!' 



assortment of 



And warranted in every respect, being his own manufacture. 

and made expressly for family use. Also, a large 

assortment of STOVES, viz : 

AIR TIGHT COOKING STOVES, 

CHAMPION AIR TIGHT, 

aUEEN OF THE STATES, 

HALL & PARLOR STOVES. I 

Many other styles of Stoves whicli will be sold at the lowestt 

possible prices. Call and examine for yourselves, at c 

D. LYNCH'S 186 Broai-st., opposite the Parkj 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



343f 




JAMES HAGUE, 

No. 330 Broad Street (old stand.) 

[Continues to keep his usual assortment of Stoves, such as^ 

Troy Air Tight Cooking Stove. 

Irving " " •' 

Green Mountain " •* 

Queen " " 

Stanley's Parlor Coal Burner 

Morrison's '• " 

Various Patterns of Wood Stoves, Cylinder Stoves &c. 

Knickerbocker Ranges, 

Pierce's '' 




^344 ADVEHTISKMENTS. 

iiiiiii^i & m., 

COPPER SMITHS 

AND 

REMOVED TO NO. 20 MECHANIC STREET. 
Knickerbocker, Culver's, "West's Ranges. 

All kinds of Copper work done to 
order. 

Croton Bath Boilers at Wholesale 
or Retail. 

PLUMBING, 

Baths, Water Closets, Wash 
Basins, Showers, put up with 
HOT & COLD WAT(:R. 
Kitchen Ranges of any 
Patterns in the Market with 
or without Water Fixtures. 

Hot Air Furnaces, 

Pumps, Garden En 

gines, Fountains, Hat- 
ters' Drum on Flat Bottom. Kettles on 

hand or 
made to 
order of 
every 
descrip- 
tion and 
size. 






ADVERTISKMENTS 345) 



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MANUFACTURER OP 



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SPURS m 

jSaddlery, and Coach Hardware,^ 

MILITARY & HARNESS ORNAMENTS, 

CSerman 0ilt)er Jllountinge, 

FOR THE SPANISH TRADE, 

lAT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SPUR,c 

No. 208 Market Street, 
NEWARK, N. J. 



Cj- 



Every description of Mountings Manufactured c^vo 
to order. Ie2 



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8 IRON FOUNDRY & MACHINE SHOP. ^ 

p GEO. H. RENTON, m 

IMACHINIST & FOUWDERJ 

MANUFACTURES 

IMPROVED STEAM ENGINES, 

AND OTHER MACHINERY, 

522 High, near Orange Street. ^ 

NEWARK, N. J.^ 



346 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

SILVER PLATERS AlVD BRASS FOUNDERS, 

EAST HAMILTON AND BRUEN STREETS, 

Near Market Street Rail Road Depot, 

fl^iiJfSJvVi NEWARK, N. J. I 



jWhere they are constantly Manufacturing Brass TerretsJ 
jPad, Saddle and Bolt Hooks, Pad Screws, Swivels, GagB 
SChains, Bands, Handlesi Hacnes, Pad Plates, Dashes.B 
SCrcoper Loops, Trace Buckles, Collar Loop Buckles.B 
|Trace Loops, Silver Terrets and hooks. 

Thankful to their friends for the liberal patronage theyj 
•have received during the past year, they hope by strict at- 
gtention to business to merit a continuance of their favors., 

N. B. All orders in their line thankfully received and| 
•puntually attended to. 







AUCTIONEER, 
JAMES W. SOUTHARD, 

Auctioneer, 85 Commerce St. 
A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. 






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WAHD & PURCEI.L, 

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MANUFACTURERS, »> 

NO. 37RIVERSTREICT, ^ 

iVear the Rail Road Depot, ^ 

NEWARK, N. J. ^ 

William Ward, John C. Purcell. ^ 
^ Coach Lamps of the latest and most fashionable patterns.^ 

^ Engine and Hose Carriage Lamps made to order. ^ 

I EAGLES &LOCKWOOD, >^ 



Wholesale and retail Manufacturers of 




of every description. l6 Mechanic st. 



.Alfred Eagles, ) 
[C. N. Lockwood. } 



JORALEMON & FIELDING-, 

LOCK MANUFACTURERS 



I BELL HANGERS, JOBBING, &C., ^ 

§< No. 22 Mechanic Street. >» 

^ The subscribers inform their friends and the public w 

^ generally, that they have taken the above place, jW 

^ where all orders will be thankfully received x!/ 

(^ and punctually attended to. ^ 

<f ALSO »> 

I PIANO FORTJE LOCKS, | 

^Door Plates, House Numbers, Brands, Stamps, Pattern^ 
^ Letters and Figures. ^ 

/(<John P. Joralemon, Henry Fielding. -^v^ 



3348 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MATTHEW ELY, 

Manufacturer of every description of 

FOR 

HOUSES, CEMETERY LOTS, PARKS &C. 

73 Mulberry street. 

CYRUS EDWARDS, 

Manufacturer of 

jPlain & Ornamental Iron KailingJ 

For Cemetery Lots of various patterns. { 

Book Safes, Doors, Iron Sashes, Shutters, and all kindsl 
of Iron Haines, and Bedsteads. | 

Rail Road Avenue, near Market Street Depot, *^'*^ 

NEWARK, N. J. 

N. B. Persons having Lots to enclose in the Cemeteryg 
will find it to their advantage to call as above, 
g:^ All kinds of Jobbing done at the shortest notice. 

HAERISON, PIERSON, & CO., 

Manufacturers of 

A. D. CRANE'S PATENT 

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THRASHERS, &C. 

No. 84 Orange Street, 



L.c8joseph D Hariison, 
^Nathan W. Pierson, 
KssWilliam L. Harrison. 



NEWARK, N. J. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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JOHN H. PHIPPS, 

Begs most respectfully to inform the inhabitants of New- 
ark and its vicinity, that he still continues the Uphol- 
stery business in all its various branches, at the 
Old Stand, 
156 BROAD STREET, 
And solicits the continuance of their patronage. 
'H^Rooms papered at short notice, and all orders prompt- 
ly attended to. 



WILLIAM W. CUMBERLAND, 

AND 

MECHANIST. 

Plans, Calculations, Inventions, Drawings, Models, and 
Descriptions of Machines for different purposes made to 
order, on reasonable Terms. Information given in re- 
gard to the most approved Machines and Processes used 
in the Arts and the Building of difficult Machinery su- 
perintended. He has had much experience in this busi- 
ness and respectfully refers to ■ 

A. Inslee & Co., Newark, N. J 
Stephen Dodd.Esq. " 

J. C. Fairbanks & Co., Elizabethport, N. J. 
C. H. Waterbury, Esq. " " 

George Birkbeck, Jr. New York, 
Charles M. Keller, Esq. " 

B. S. Skates & Co., Mobile, Ala, 
John Cumberland, Esq. " 

Office. No. 1 New street corner Wall, New York. 
Residence, No. 5 Bleeker street, Newark, N. J. 



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TBINGES, GIMPS, TASSELS, 



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Newark, N. J. 



Carriage trimmings, fancy tassels, 



Hammer Cloth -Fringes, 
fl) Footman Holders, 

(^Speaking Trumpets, 
I Hearse Fringes. 



Spring Tassels, 
Drapery Tassels, m 

Picture Tassels, (^ 
Hearse Tassels. 



$^ Fancy Dress Trimmings and Buttons. 



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j CORNELIUS HUGHES, 
Ho. 108 B R A D 3 T R E E T J 

I (corner OF WASHINGTON PLACE.) |€» 

•Manufacturer of Spiral Spring, Hair anJ Husk Mat-^,-| 

trasses, Palliasler, Feather Beds, &c. ^J 

Best Quality Live Geese Feathers Purified. ^^ 

DZrSmall Profits and Quicii Sales 4Ig ^n 

jUpholstering, Paper Hanging, nriaUiug and laying Carpets,^\i 

putting down Oil Carpets, Trinaming Churches, Hang- ^jA 

j ing Window Shades, &c. punctually attended to a^n 

j and in the neatest manner. , M» 

JN.B. — Renovating Feather Beds and cleaning MattrasseSj'J^J 



Also, C. Hughes has the Exclusive Right to 

Manufacture and sell in Essex Co. 

O'NEIL'S VALUABLE PATENT LOUi\GE. 

This Lounge is simple, durable and Cheap, and ms 

easily be so elevated and depressed as to bo thrown 

in any desirable shape to suit the comfort of the 

incumbent. Tt is especially adapted to re^ 

lieve the Sick in every stage of disease 

or fracture, and is very convenient 

for a casual rest. 

It is something New and Good, and the Public are 

invited to call and see it. 



^352 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 




JOHNSON BABBER, 



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196 Broad Street, Morris Buildings 



] Mattrasses and Palliasters | 

)of every description, made to order on reasonable terms.^ 
) Also constantly on hand and for sale (r 

] LIVE GEESE EEATIERS, | 

\ of the best Quality. ^ 



W N B.— UPHOLSTERING, PAPER HMGIIVG, 

% Making and Laying Carpets, ! 

^IIAIVGING WINDOW SHADES, FITTING OILc 
^ CLOTHS, &C., 2 

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BOOKSELLER & STATIONER, 
278 BROAD STREET, 

(a few doors above market,) 

N E W A R K , N . J . 



(QKEEPS CONSTANTLY FOR Sn.^E \ LARGE AND i 
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF SCHOdL, CLAS- 
SICAL. BLANKS AND MISCELLANEOUS 
BOOKS, 

AT THE LOWEST PRICES, 

o BLANK BOOKS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

^0n hand, or Ruled and Bound to any Pattern the Pur-^ 
^ chaser may require, 

J ' TOGETHER WIIH AN 

^EXTENSIVE VARIETY OF STATIONERY- 

) 

^ MUSIC AND INSTRUCTION BOOKS 

:^ FOR TBE PIANO FURNISHED TO ORDER. 



BOOKBINDING 



Executed in a Superior manner, and at Short Notice. 

>BOOK AND JOB PRINTING 

Having a Good Assortment of materials, he is pre« 
pared to execute Books, Pamphlefs, Cards, Hand- 
bills, Bills of Lading, CircularSr Labels, 
Blanks, and 

PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH. 



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ISAAC McILVAINE, 

121 MARKET STREET. 

STHr books of Carter, Dodd, Sunday School Union and 
Tract Society, are constantly kept or procured. Books 
for Children are carefully selected : also, Bibles, 
Prayer Books, Psalms and Hymns, School 
Blank and Miscellaneous Books. A se- 
lect assortment of Fancy Stationery 
with Pens, Ink and Paper. It 
will be his pleasure to exhibit to his fiiends 
and the public for low pi ices and present payment. 



THE Subscriber, (late of Philadelpliia) has recently 
(ifitled up the Store 196 Broad-st , (Morris Buildings,) for 
Elbe furnishing of 

Plaiis and Dccr,rative Wall Papers, 

isuitable for Parlors, Halls, Dining Rooms, Vestibules 
^Cottages, Churclies, Banks, Lodges, Division Rooms, &c 
^In the assortment are to be found Gilt and Satin 



ufor Parlors, &c. 



papers 



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^ Imitations of Garble, Oak, Birch', Pine, and Panels 

^for Halls, Churches, Banks, &o. ; Grecian and Gothic 
^styles for Cottages — also a large assortment for Chimney 
^Ornaments, Linen, Oil and Paper 

WINDOW SHADES, 

iPapers put up in the best manner in the City or Country 
WILLIAM W CANSLER. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 

WM, PEMBERTON. 

Manufacturer of 

^I60, IJlater's Bras^fef, 

AND SILVER AND BRASS SOLDERS, 
No. 5i Fair Street, Newark, N. J. 

T.TirioiTON, 

Manufacturers of the Highly Celebrated 

SODA OR MINERAL 

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Put up in Bottles bearing their name. I 

129 Broad Street.f 

C. E. WILLIS, 

Superintendent of the Newark and New York Express, old» 
Line. Offices, 1 Mechanic St., Newark, and 58 Wil- 
liam St , New York. Residence, 14 Kinney St, Newark. 




(DAMFTTOWH §TA.m. 



iLeaves Budd's Camptown, at 7 o'clock, A. M. and 1 P. M.' 
jLeave Wyckoff's (City Hotel) Newark at 10 A. M. and! 
|6 P. M. 

E. S. LOOKER. 



1356 ADVEKTISKMEMS. 



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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



FOREIGN WmES & SPIRITS, | 

NO. 29 FAIR STREET, 



NEWARK, N. J. 

KConslantly'on hand, Brandy, Meder's Swan Gin, Irish.j^ 
g Scotch and Monongahela Whiskey, St Croix and 
Jamaica Rum, Port, Madeira, Malaga and Cham- 
pagne Wines, Losey's Bitters, Philadelphia 
Porter, Pale Ale, &c., &c. 



GEORGE WARD, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Foreign Wines & Spirits,! 

366 BROAD STREET, ^~^ 

(corner of WILUAM,) 

Constantly on hand Brandies of all qualities, Medor'sf 
Swan Gin, Irish, Scotch and Monongahela Whis- 
key, St Croix and Jamaica Rum, Port, 
Madeira, Mafaga and Champagne 

Wines, Losey's Bitters, Phil- 
delphia Porter, Pale Alei &c. &c. 



357 

ADVERTISEMENT. 



This, my seventeenth edition of the Newark City Direc- 
TORV, comes forth in good and reasonable time, notwith- 
Btanding the labor and expense is double now, to what it 
was i n 1842, and without a corresponding increase of sale?, 
which I ought to expect. There were 9,000 names last 
year, and 36,000 inhabitants. This year there are 10,000 
names and 40,000 inhabitants — allowing (as usual} four 
persons to a name, (tvhich is the true ratio.) There were 
built, from the 1st of April, 1850, to the 1st of April, 1851, 
over Jive hundred buildings of various kinds — among which 
were three churches, viz : the 7ih (High-st.) Presbyterian, 
197 High, Rev. Daniel W Poor, Pastor; 2nd (South) 
Baptist, 42 Kinney-st., Rev. Dr. William Hague, Pastor; 
6lh Methodist (Central) 181 Market, Rev. Joseph B Wake- 
ley, Pastor; a/7 of which now number fortt/ — ^just one 
church for everv thousand inhabitants. In 1836 the city 
census was I9,7"32 ; in 1840, U. S. census, 17,202 ; in 1845, 
city census, 25,433, at which time there were 775 more 
females than males; in 1850, U. S. census, 38,894 — and 
by a supplement to the City Charter, passed at the recent 
session of the Legislature, two new Wards were created 
out of portions of the North, West, and South Wards — 
and the Assistant Marshalls for taking the census in this 
city, have carefully examined the census returns, and have 
ascertained, with great exactness, the population of the 
several Districts, or Wards, representing the bounds of the 
city of Newark, as hereafter constituted, viz: East Ward, 
6,172; Fifth Ward, 4,597; North Ward, 5,750; Seventh 
Ward, 4,920, Sixth Ward, 3,349; South Ward, 7,658; 
West Ward, 6,448— total 3S,S94 In 1836 the buildings of 
wood, brick, or stone, were 2,300 ; 1845 the dwelling 
houses were 3,812 ; 1850 the dwellings were 5,106 — mak- 
ing an average of just 200 buildings erected yearly for 
the last fouiteen years. I gave early notice that I was 
printing all before and after the names, and that all those 
interested in that portion of my Directory to see to it. that 
all was right, and if not, to tell me — and if ihey wished 
their advertisement discontinued, to tell me, so that I 
hold all good for pay who did not tell me in lime ; and if 
any one Jeivs me out of pai/ for their advertisement, they 
will never have the chance again, and must not expect any 
more favors of the kind until all arrearages are paid up 
in full. My Seventeenth Edition is now ready for sale, 
and all that remains is for the citizens to buy and pay for 
them on delivery, or they may WHISTLE for the next 
DIRECTORY. 

May 16, 1851. B. T. PIERSON. 



£2 s:3' o:> IS ^^ o 

Acccnntants 46 

Agents Commercial, (Front Pink) 20 

Agcn's in General 46 

Agriculmral Tools 336 

Aqueduct Company 50 

Asylums 51 

Attorneys 300-30 1-30-2-303-304 

Auctioneers (Front Pink 3) 346 

Axle Manufacturers 220-335 

Bakers 294 

Banks 40-41-43 

Bell Hanging 2;)3-:i47 

Book binders, (Front Pink) 1 

Bookbinders tools, (Front Pink) .. 4-5 

Boot and Shoe Store and manufactories 277-278 279 

Bow Manufacturers 337 

Box Manufaciureis 315 

Brass Foundries 281-291-293-336-346 

Buckle Manufacturers, (Front Pink) 7-8 

Builders Master 310-311-313 

Buildings in 1850-51 37 

B utchers 318 

Cabinet Manufacturers 284 

Cap and Hat Manufacturers 274-273 

Cap and Collar Manufacturers 276 

Carpenters' Tools 335 

Carpet Store« 267 

Carriage Manufacturers 288 

Census for 1850 , 36 

Chair Manufacturers 285 

Churches 54 

City Government 322 

Clock and Watch Makers,. .. (Front Pink Leaves).. 13- 14-15 

Clothiers 272-273 

Coach and Ladies Lace Manufacturer ^9 

Coach Lamp Manufaciurers 281-347 

Couch and Wagon Manufaciurers 288 

Coal and Wood Dealeis 320-321 

Coffin Ware Rooms, (Front Pink 6) 284 

Collar and Whip Manufacturers 280 i81 

Commissioners of Deeds , ..46-305 

Committees Standing 323 

Confectionery Manufacturers (Front Pink Leaf) . . 20 

Congress Meets 39 

Constables 322 

Conveyancers 305 

Coopers 307 

Coiset and Shoulder Brace maker 276 

Croclery Stores 307 

Court Supreme 38-39 

Deaths in 1850 and in 12 years 31-37 

Dentists 324 

Die Sinker . .. 336 

Doctors' List 324 

Druggists 287 

Dry Goods 261-262-263 

Eating Houses 316 

Edge tool Manufacturers 291 



INDEX. 359 

Election Day 39 

Engravers (Front Pink 4 5) 281 

Easiravers Steel Plate Manufacturer 337 

Ess'ex Co. Society Agricultural and Horticultural 50 

Executive of New Jersey 3-3,33 

Expresses • 355 

Female Charitable Society 34 

Fire Department 53 

Fly Nets Manufacturers 289-350 

Foundries, Malleable, and others 293 

FurBlower 275 

Fur. Store 275 

Furnishing Ware Houses f Front Pink 6) .. . . 2G7-284-285 

Furniture New and Second Hand, 284 

Gas Light Company 49 

Gun Smith 315 

Greeks. (Front Pink Leat 18) 264-2G5-2u6 

Hardware saddlery 281-336-345-346 

Hardware Stores .. 268 

Harness Furniture 281-336-345-346 

Harness Manufacturers - 280-281 

Hat and Cap "Manufacturers ..274-275 

Historical Society. (Front Pink) 1 

Hotels 308 

Horse Power Machines / 348 

House Keepers' Goods, (Front Pink 6) 267-284-285 

ice Dealer .... .. 317 

<ndia Rubber Goods, (Front Pink) 3 

.nsurance Companies 43-44-45-46-47-48 

ntermenis for 1830 3i 

iron Stores -. .. 268 

Jewelers Manufacturing 2S2-283 

fcwelry Stores (Front Pink) 13-14-15 

Lace lur Coaches and Ladies 259-350 

Lamp Manufacturers 291 

Last Maauiaciurers 279 

Lawyers 300-301-302-303-304 

Leather and Oil Dealers 3l9 

Legislature Meets 39 

Levels Sjiirit 335 

Library Association, (Front Piak) 1 

Lime and Cement Cos 239 

Liquor Dealers 356 

Livery Siables 309 

Lock Manulactnrsrs 291-293 

Looking Glass Manufacturers (Front Pink 8) 267 

Lumber Merchants 313-314 

Machinisis 2S0-324-333-349 

Male t:ociciy for the Poor ,. .. ..35 

Ma! Icabie Ircn Foundries , 292 

Marble and S:one Cutters 328 

Masons' Materials 314 

Milliners , 295 

Millwright Iron Work 2P3 

Morocco Dressers .. ,. 319 

Morris and E-sex Rail Road .327 

Music Teachers (Fi one Pink 2) 317 

New Jersey Executive 32-33 



360 INDEX. 

Nurses List 325 

Painters, Portrait, Fancy, House and sign 296-297-332-333 

Paper Hangings 354 

Plane Manufacturers 315 

Platers Gold, Silver, Brass, Wire and Metal 281-355 

Population of Newark 37 

-Printers ". 52 

Pump Manufacturers 306-309 

Railing makers 348 

Rail Road Morris and Essex 327 

Refectories 316 

Refrigerators 315 

Saddle arid Harness Manufacturers ^-281 

Sash and Blind Manufacturers 236-297 

Saw Filers 315 

School Newark 305 

Shirt Manufacturers 276 

Shoe Manufacturers 277-278-279 

Soda Water Manufacturers, (Front Pink) 20-355 

Spectacle Manufacturers 281 

Spirit Level Manufacturers 335 

Spoke Turner 2(50-337 

Spring, Step and Axle Manufacturers 335 

Stage Camptown 355 

S air Rod Manufacturer 281 

S a! ioners and Binders, (Front Pink 1) 353-354 

Steam Boat Passaic 326 

Steel Plate Manufacturers 337 

Stock and Collar Manufacturers 276 

Slocking, Shirt and Drawers 276 

Stone and Marble Cuiters 328 

Stove and Tin Dealers 270-271-338-339-340-341-342-343 

Su rveyors 305 

Suspender Manufacturers (Front Pink ) 7 

Table Knife Manufacturer 337 

Tailors Merchant, (Front pink 9-10-11- 12 ) 273 

Tavlor Zachary, in memory of 329 

Till and Stove Manufacturers 270-271-338-339-340-341-342-343 

Tobacconist (Front Pink) 19 

Tools Agricultural 336 

Tools Carpenter and Shoemaker (Front Pink 4) 335 

To vn Meeting 39 

Trunk Rivet Manufacturer (Front Pink) 8 

Trunk and Valise Mr'nufacuirers 280-281-306 

Umbrella Manufacturer 276 

UnderlrJters, 298-299 

Upholiterers 340-350-331-352 

Varnish Manufacturer? 330-331-332 

Wa.'jon and Coach Manufacturers 288 

Watch Case and Dial Manufacturers 282 

Watch and Clock Manu}acturers(Front Pink) 13-14-15 

Wesleyaiilnstitute, (Front Pink) lG-17 

Whip and Collar Manufacturers 280-'^8l 

Wood and Coal Dra'crs 320-321 

Wool Dealers 319 



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