Trenton Evening Times
Monday, December 31, 1906
YEAR’S RECORD OF INTERESTING EVENTS IN TRENTON
E. H. Ginnelley elected president of Common Council and new Common Council
organized, together with all city boards.
first annual meeting New Jersey Horticultural Society. Charles E. Fort elected president of Fire
School students launch plan to purchase athletic field. Mrs. Louise Cooper died in St. Francis
Hospital from the effects of burns. Edwin A. Fischer elected president
of Park Commission. Hamilton Avenue
M. E. Church called the Rev. Sandford M. Nichols.
kilnmen at Trent Tile Company strike for uniform pay.
Joplin, Salvation Army, transferred to Portland Me. Trenton Ministerial Union week of prayer
services opens. F. W. Roebling
chosen president of Library Commission.
hundred and thirtieth session of the New Jersey Legislature opened. Governor Stokes sent message to Legislature
advocating taxation of main stem railroad property, limitation of public
utility franchises and increase of trolley tax.
Stokes granted reprieves to Antoinette Tolla and Jerry Rossa, Bergen county
murderers. Formal opening of Second
H. Loedom, Southampton, Pa., killed by trolley at Yardley.
Long, murderer of Matthew Cunningham, hanged. George O. Vanderbilt filed $2,500,000 mortgage to raise money
for Trenton & Lakewood trolley road.
passes equal tax, limited franchise, pure election and insurance and bank
investigation bills. Annual meeting
of the New Jersey Retail Merchants’ Association.
Edward D. Fox completed 40 years of service in state executive department.
Justice Alfred Reed rebuked grand jury for failure to indict gamblers
and condemned police department for Sunday selling violation.
Windsor postoffice robbed.
N. Van Doran lost $10,000 slander suit against Gen. James F. Rusling. Dr. Isaac Cooper died. Thirty-third annual meeting of New Jersey
State Board of Agriculture. Charles P. Green and Apollo Grooms plead not guilty to murder
of James McCrossen.
Railroad employees of Trenton division receive increase in pay. Annual convention of Red Men.
Hiner orders all saloons closed on Sundays.
Automobile bill introduced in Legislature. Morris canal bill introduced in Legislature.
H. Dill of Philadelphia found dead in bed at 124 North Stockton street.
ordered social clubs to obey Sunday liquor law.
and Protestant clergymen met and formulated the revised liquor laws now
known as Bishops’ bill. Hamilton
Township sues to prevent erection of Municipal Hospital in township, (Suit
schools closed because of scarlet fever.
Republican Club reception to Governor and United States Senators.
on Pennsylvania Railroad near Lawrence Station tied up all traffic for
two hours, 20 cars wrecked. Walter
Automobile Company decided to build big plant in Trenton. Margaret A. Wilson of this city and Arthur
B. Reeve of Brooklyn married. Miss
Julia C. Stull and Maxwell G. Rockhill married.
and Schwarz re-open Wilson Woolen Mill
Postoffice carriers get increase of pay.
Judge Dill sworn in as Judge of the Court of Errors and Appeals.
Annual dinner of Lotus Club.
Robert S. Woodruff removed to Mercer Hospital. Miss Ray Fineberg and Samuel Zorn married. Governor Stokes receives monster petition
to commute sentence of Antoinette Tolla.
fight local option and automobile reformers advocate Frelinghuysen law
in legislative hearings. Common
Council adopted resolution of removal of Freight Station.
of Pardons reprieved Antoinette Tolla.
Miss Susanna Campbell Bell and Hebert H. Butler married. Hamilton township committee gave Trenton
Street Railway Company franchise. Hillery
tax law introduced in Legislature.
Eliza Holden of Lamberton street killed by Pennsylvania Railroad train
at Lamberton street crossing. Common
Council Freight Station removal resolution sent to President Cassett.
Washington A. Roebling gave $500 to High School athletic field. Governor Stokes denied reprieve for Jerry
Union denounced License Inspector Cassedy for alleged failure of duty.
Miss Ada Carmody and John C. Mordaunt married.
Trenton Lawrenceville and Princeton trolley mail service inaugurated.
General McCarter declared the Perkins equal tax bill constitutions.
Keeler committed suicide at his home near Wilburtha. Mrs. Kate A. Houghtaling and William A.
Agnes May Billar and Dr. Lloyd Russell Mace married. Anna Stiles and Russell Atchley married.
Miss Ida May Fisher and Edward T. Comley married.
fire on the Oliphant farm at Lawrenceville.
Lena Marty of Philadelphia and George Hartman of Trenton married.
Rev. C. J. Keevil accepts First Baptist Church call.
providing disfranchisement of election bribers introduced in Senate.
Stokes reprieved Rufus Johnson, Mt. Holly murderer. Annual convention of Knights of Pythias.
Episcopal Church dedicated tablet to memory of William Trent. High School students dedicated historical
tablet on South Broad street near Assanpink creek.
won $40,000 paving suit from Trenton Street Railway Company. National convention of St. Patrick’s Alliance
opened. Miss Leonie L. Monnier
and William L. Howard married.
anti-fee bill passed by Legislature.
Amburg Crosson of Morrisville sentenced at Doylestown to death after 90
minutes trial for murder of son at Morrisville (later commuted to life
Gnichtel signed Stuyvesant avenue trolley ordinance of Trenton Street
of Assembly defeated local option bill by vote of 39 to 14.
in Senate to make Trenton execution place of capital criminals defeated.
Miss Amanda Kramer and David W. R. Brown married.
P. Green and Apollo Grooms acquitted of McCrossan murder.
of Pardons commuted death sentence of Antoinette Tolla to seven years
annual dinner of New Jersey Legislative Correspondence Club.
Rose Thompson of New York and Joseph H. Wright of Trenton married.
Florence Siegel killed jumping from her burning home at 143 South Broad
street. House of Assembly defeated
insurance inquiry bill and passed anti-fee bill for county officers. Bishop Goodsell announced New Jersey Methodist
Episcopal ministerial appointments for the year.
of Assembly passed bill limiting public utility franchises to twenty years.
passed Perkins equal taxation bill.
let for $50,000 school for Immaculate Conception parish.
Stokes signed county salary and Prison Keeper’s residence bills.
defeated High License bill.
Assessors decided to increase all property valuations 50 percent to carry
out provisions of equal tax law. Senate
began investigation of bribery charges against Senators Shinn and Martens,
decision of the Senate was acquittal. Perkins assembly re-districting bill defeated
in the Assembly.
Times bought site on South Stockton street for office building and started
erection of its new home. Governor
Stokes signed equal taxation bill.
Wiley Baker named School Commissioner.
House passed Frelinghuysen automobile bill.
Street Railway Company let contracts for Trenton Junction extension and
rebuilding of suburban lines. Miss
Clara May Hendrickson, of Trenton, and John William Sage of New York married.
Frelinghuysen military bill passed Senate.
High School celebrated fifth anniversary and received deed for
passed resolution to investigate all insurance companies. Bricklayers and Masons granted increase
in wages to take effect May1.
hundred and thirtieth session of Legislature adjourned sine die.
House sold by Katzenbach estate to Kuser interests. Eureka Flint and Spar Company decided
to erect $50,000 addition to plant.
Kate Mott, deceased, executors announce gift of $5,000 to Mercer Hospital.
Eleanor H. Larson and William Simpson Clark married.
Lewis Perrine paid $84,000 for seat on New York Stock Exchange.
Sons Company received report of $300,000 loss in San Francisco earthquake.
Mayor Gnitchtel issued call for financial aid for San Francisco.
Anna Kelly and Phillip Curry married.
Miss Florence Phillips Hill and P. Ralph Thatcher married.
Mamie Tully and August W. Endebrock married.
day among labor unions and only trouble here was minor strike of hod carriers.
meeting state organization of Knights of Malta. Charles T. Davenport and Laura Davenport arrested on charge
of sending poisoned candy to their children in Titusville. Reading Railroad Company increased pay
and decreased hours of Trenton employees.
Getsinger’s storage house at East State street and Bainbridge avenue destroyed
granted $2 a week increase in wages.
Telephone Company decides to build new home on East Sate street.
Katherine T. Chambers and Charles Gropp married.
Moses named manager of Trent Theatre.
Eleanore B. Green and John M. Davis married.
and Mrs. J. K. I. Cody awarded $11,000 damages against the N J & Penna.
Brick Company announced plans for $100,000 plant near Broad Street Park.
Sidney L. Shelby, 246 Academy street, killed by train at Stelton
Station. Frank C. Riley and Charles A. Howell,
firemen, buried in ruins and killed in fire at New Jersey Pulp and Plaster
Company. Miss Ethel Weeks and
Dr. John V. Jones married at Skillman.
of Pardons commuted to life imprisonment the death sentence of Anna Valentina.
A. Powers indicted by grand jury for forging name of Bishop McFaul.
issued for brigade encampment at Sea Girt.
Lily May Goodwin and Charles L. Klein married.
Bessie Clinton and Harry E. Wood married.
Karrier, State Schools student, drowned while swimming in water power.
Miss Bessie Lawton and George C. McGuire married.
F. Bruther died from fractured skull sustained in fall down stairs at
Florence West and Joseph Robbins, Jr., married. Trenton ice dealers decided to increase price of ice beginning
Day observed here. Miss Mary E.
Berry and Joseph S. Martin married.
insurance investigation committee began its work. Louis and Dwossey Kleinermann acquitted
of arson after notable trial in Mercer Court.
of Trenton potteries struck because of dispute concerning preparation
of clay. Miss Constance Morgan
Raymond of Lawrenceville and Julius T. Harrah of Havana married.
plead not guilty to sending poisoned candy to children.
Hattie A. Gibson and Peter W. Applegate married. Miss Emily Hays Farr and Robert Earle Anderson married at Lawrenceville.
Miss Catherine Betz and William Zanger married.
jubilee of Monsignor John H. Fox. Miss
Florence Fleetwood and Raymond Hill Thompson married. Carpenters won strike for advance in wages
from 41 to 51 cents an hour.
Bertha Hurtbut and the Rev. George P. Dougherty married.
Keating, two and a half years old, killed by _________ on North Clinton
stone of new Immaculate Conception School laid.
- Body of Lambert Riley, drowned in the Delaware
river, found at ________.
_________ chosen director of Art School. __________________________________________________________________________.
of Mercer Pottery struck because of dispute as to apprentice question.
Miss Georgetta Poulson and Anthony Van Hise married. Miss
Catherine C. Kerwin and Patrick A. Solan married.
Ann Cooney and Michael A. Welch married.
Davenport, of Mercerville, placed on trial in Mercer court on the charge
of sending poisoned candy to his child. Erick Tippner, aged five years,
of Hamilton Square, accidentally shot by Ernest Busse. He died later.
severe hail and rain storm lightning struck store of William L. Waldron,
Warren and Fall streets. Driver
was hurled from wagon seat by bolt. Bell
telephone linemen strike for more pay. Trenton ministers plan to enforce Sunday
closing law. John Jacob Burgner
of 577 Perry street buried. Dr.
Frank G. Harker named by the Health Board as meat inspector.
train collided with cars of Trenton Street Railway at Pennington avenue
crossing. No one seriously injured.
Mott Iron Company purchased tract of land on Davies street.
found guilty of attempting to cause the death of his child by sending
poisoned candy. Announced that
Y. M. C. A. will receive from $150,000 to $200,000 by will of Henry Cook.
Rev. F. E. Gardner of Allentown Pa. and the Rev. John C. Mattes injured
in a runaway on the Bordentown road.
Rev. E. C. Cloud, of Hopewell, found at the home of the Rev. Charles H.
Elder to be suffering seriously with blood poisoning, was removed to home
of his father-in-law at Spottswood (recovered).
Sheenan, aged eight years, died from lockjaw as the result of a Fourth
of July accident. Court of Errors
and Appeals declared unconstitutional the Assembly redistricting bill
passed by the last Legislature.
Caroline Olga Niedt, daughter of former Councilman Oscar Niedt, married
to the Rev. John C. Mattes pastor of Lutheran Church of the Savior. Julia Van Lieu, aged sixteen, drowned
in the feeder at Titusville. Mrs.
Bridget Moran, of 222 Breunig avenue, who nursed her sister, Mrs. William
Reddan, while the latter was ill of typhoid fever, died of the same disease.
S. Williamson, ten years of age, drowned in the Delaware river. Harold Wagner, aged twelve years, impaled
on meat hook in his father’s slaughterhouse, Chestnut and Roebling avenues.
Edward Marcini_k, aged six years, of 180 Houghton avenue, found
drowned in the canal at foot of Mead street.
T. Davenport sentenced to prison for fifteen years.
William Reddan, 447 Emory avenue, died while mass was being said over
the body of her sister, Mrs. Bridget Moran.
Machin, of 118 Taylor street, died of injuries received on railroad. Annual meeting of the Grand Tribe of the
Independent Order of Red Men.
Horton, of Thompson street, struck by locomotive at Monmouth and East
State streets and seriously injured.
H. McGuire, of Trenton, and Miss Lillian A. Allen, of Wyckoff, married.
State riparian investigation begun by the Special Legislative Committee.
McKelvey, of Tom’s River, Trenton’s “clam man,” struck by freight train
at Yardville crossing. Mules killed,
but McKelvey escaped uninjured.
Battalion, N. G. N. J. returned from Sea Girt encampment.
Street Hotel sold to A. Klinkowstein and Kahn Brothers for $50,000.
convention of the Orthodox Rabbis of the United States begun. S. P. Dunham & Company incorporated.
H. Linburg purchased Green building at 135 East State street for $65,000.
Hickman, of 839 Beatty street, found dead on Lalor street with his throat
cut. Developments showed he had
committed suicide. Mrs. Anna M.
Carling began suit for divorce from her husband Dr. William Monroe Carling.
Rose Stahl, Trenton’s famous actress, returned from Europe.
H. Howard preferred serious charges against Constable Harry M. Potts. Richard VanSickel, fake telephone inspector,
sentenced to seven years in the State Prison.
Hettie S. Novinger sued her husband, Dr. Walter J. Novinger, for alimony.
Silver Jubilee of ordination of the Most Rev. Dominick Rueter, general
of the Franciscan Order, celebrated at Immaculate Conception Church.
Katherine Stanley and Joseph Harrison, Jr., married.
employees of Rosenthal & Goldberg trouser makers, strike for more
Aaron W. Mann, of 936 West State street, committed suicide by taking carbolic
acid. William Thompson, of 141
Cleveland avenue, attempted suicide by shooting himself while delirious
from typhoid fever. Charles Thompson,
of North Clinton avenue, prostrated by the heat.
Decision announced in favor of New Jersey State Council Jr. O.
U. A. M., in suit against National Council of the same order.
Bishop James A. McFaul sailed for Europe.
Rev. J. C. Killian, of Clarksburg West Virginia, accepted call to Grace
Baptist Church. Announcement made
of the secret marriage several months before of Miss Lillian Mae Barlow
and Elmer A. Clayton.
J. Thompson and Charles Zwirlein each fined $100 on the charge of selling
liquor to minors. Hamilton Rubber
Manufacturing Company interests purchased combination rubber mill at ____________________
___ Nineteen tests on the new
West Hanover street asphalt pavement showed that much pavement failed to
meet the specifications.
Federation endorses proposition to form a labor political party. Common council decides to test all asphalt
pavements laid within two years.
made that Rev. Alfred W. Wishart, pastor of Central Baptist Church, had
received a call to the Fountain Street Church, Grand Rapids Michigan. He accepted later.
Fortunato and Carman Compania held under $2,000 bail on the charge of
sending threatening letters through the mail.
Gedlinski, aged 17, of 319 Liberty street, drowned in the Delaware river.
D. Covert, Assistant City Treasurer, resigned. Thomas H. Prior, of T. H. Prior & Sons, stone cutters and
contractors, retired after being forty years in the business. William Peabody, Pennsylvania Railroad
engineer, retired after fifty years service.
Forrest Frederick, new director of Trenton School of Industrial Arts,
entered upon his duties.
Day observed. Frank Zalisky, aged
10 years, of 601 Beatty street, drowned in the canal.
Councilman William F. Burk resigned to become Assistant Street Commissioner.
Moon, of 33 Model avenue, had both ankles broken in a runaway accident.
Miss Anna Horan, of 428 Lamberton street, and John J. Constant, of South
Clinton avenue, married. Miss
Arabella Watson Banes, 763 East State street, and Elwood Burton Lee, married.
Bridget Murray, 242 Hewitt street, fell down stairs and was fatally hurt.
T. Lee, of 904 South Broad street, dropped dead while at work in the Roebling
H. Heaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Heaton, 88 Hart avenue, fatally
burned by bonfire.
schools opened for fall term with 11,000 pupils enrolled.
U. Hushwood, of 44 Bond street, found drowned in Weller’s basin.
at crematory collapsed, slightly injuring Mrs. Patrick McGurk and crushing
in the side of her house.
made that the owners of the Trenton Street Railway Company had purchased
the Philadelphia & Bristol trolley line.
made that new city tax rate would be $1.56 on the $100.
Whittlesey, of Stuyvesant avenue, shot and killed himself in his office
in the First National Bank building.
Katzenbach, of North Clinton avenue, and Miss Sarah A. Buckman, of West
State street, married.
Mary Connell, of 28 Edwards avenue, killed in wreck on Pennsylvania Railroad
at Eddington, Pa. One other passenger
was killed and several injured. Among the latter were a number of Trentonians. Miss Emma Carter Stevenson and Lendrum
LaRue Lee married. Alfred N. Barber,
William F. Burk and Harry D. Thompson renominated for the Assembly by
the Mercer county Republicans.
Mary McQuire and Frank J. Carlin married.
Council, Daughters of America, began its annual meeting.
Ira W. Wood renominated by the Republicans.
Purdy of 76 Bellevue avenue found dead in a wagon on Frazier street.
Allan Southwick nominated for Congress in Masonic Temple by the Democrats.
Demmons, aged 79 years, of Bordentown, killed by train at South Broad
street crossing of the P. R. R.
F. Lippincott, of Dolton’s Block, committed suicide by drinking laudanum.
Times celebrated the twenty-fourth anniversary of its establishment. Members of Washington Fire Company of
Wilmington, Del., visited Trenton Exempt Fireman’s Association.
F. Niedt and John Bruther of this city and Henry Yetter of Hamilton Township
named as Democratic candidates for the Assembly. Mayor Gnitchtel sent to Common Council
a special message notifying it that the State Sewerage Commission had
served notice that the city must show cause October 22 why it should not
be restrained from further sewering into the Delaware river.
Kathryn McManus and Leo F. Hughes and Miss Margaret McManus and Raymond
Smith married at double wedding in Sacred Heart Church. American Hungarian Reform Federation held
issued by City Solicitor Bird in eight suits against the Barber Asphalt
Paving Company for alleged defective pavements. City asked $85,216.48 damages.
hearing before the State Sewerage Commission, City Solicitor Bird asked
for five more years time, the full limit under the law in which to consider
the notice of the Commission that the city should stop polluting the Delaware
river. Young Men’s Catholic Total
Abstinence League of Sacred Heart Church celebrated its thirty-third anniversary.
Council Degree of Pocahontas I. O. R. M., opened ninth annual session.
New Jersey Funeral Benefit Association Jr. O. U. A. M, held annual
Sarah Mount, daughter of County Collector E. P. Mount, and Dr. William
Buchanan married. Wedding of Arthur
Elliot Crook and Miss Minnie Josephine Peplow.
Alfred Woodhouse and Miss Helen L. Prince married.
Singing Society celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary. Mrs. Bridget Burke, of Slackwood, fatally
hurt by trolley car at Harney’s Corner. Courtland Cain, of Hopewell, fatally injured by a trolley car
Ackers, of Trenton Junction, died at McKinley Hospital from injuries sustained
in a fall from a barn on his farm. Miss Bella C. Dungan, of Philadelphia, and Fred Margerum married.
until Nov. 20
Training School held commencement exercises.
James Lane, 152 North Broad street, committed suicide by drinking carbolic
acid. Grand Lodge of New Jersey
I. O. O. F. began annual session. Governor
Edward C. Stokes, Congressman Ira W. Wood, State Treasurer Frank O. Briggs,
and Mayor Frederick W. Gnichtel made member of Trenton Lodge No. 3, I.
O. O. F.
B. C. Gregory, formerly supervising principal of Trenton public schools,
and Miss Hannah Russell Benson, of Philadelphia, married at home of Clayton
anniversary of the Catholic Diocese of Trenton observed. Robert V. C. Whitehead, of this city,
and Miss Mary C. McGlathery, of Norristown, married.
day observed. Hoseman Frank Rover
died of grief over death of Mrs. Siegel, who leaped from the second story
of her home and was killed, of which accident he was a witness.
Melvina R. Hibbert and James Schultz married.
made that the Trenton Street Railway Company would increases wages five
percent. Miss Josephine McLeod,
of Media Pa., and Hugh H. Hilson, of this city, married.
Elko, aged nine years, drowned in Trenton Iron Co. basin.
Balderson, of 54 Pennington avenue, died at St. Francis Hospital of injuries
received by a fall between the cars on the P. R. R.
Council No. 355 tendered banquet to Bishop McFaul in honor of his return
from Europe. Body of Henry E.
Grice, of 130 South Broad street, found in canal at South Broad street
crossing. William H. McKean, of
Titusville, dropped dead on Perry street of heart failure. Miss Anna Elizabeth Raub and George P.
Murphy, of 504 Emory avenue, committed suicide by running into a trolley
car while temporarily deranged. Common
Council appointed a committee to investigate the quality of the light
in the city.
Gnichtel signed the new salary ordinances passed by Common Council.
observed in the city. Miss Blanche
A. Sines, of this city, and James H. Williams, Philadelphia, married.
130th anniversary of the Battle of Trenton celebrated by the
Princes of Caliphs. James Frate,
of Fernwood, killed on the Reading Railroad at the Fernwood crossing.
T. Pullen, aged 55 years, of 229 Perry street, killed on the Pennsylvania
Railroad at the Delaware River bridge.
Settier, Jr., of this city, and Mae Agnes Choyce, of Asbury Park, married.
Joseph Gorczynski, aged five years, of 27 New York avenue, drowned
in the canal at the Anchor Pottery.
Catherine Perrine Harned and Dr. Frederick Elmer Bird married.
LOCAL NECROLOGY FOR 1906
K. Bunting, Alfred Mayer, Harry P. Davison.
Ann Hill, Anna S. Phares.
M. Caulkins, Emily Power, Sarah A. South, Helen M. Stryker, Annie C. Wright.
E. Boorer, Richard Murphy, Katherine Urban.
Hammond Nichols, Sarah Hizer Schroth, Leota S. Gloeckner, John B. Warner.
Bayard Heath, Mary Flanagan.
McGarry, John Conlin.
Katzenbach, David H. Marshall, Joseph Bennett.
F. Taylor, Emma Hammersley, Mary J. Wood.
N. Murphy, May A. Whitehouse.
Isaac Cooper, Otto W. Wagner.
Parker Brook, Helen Doran, Charlotte A. Lanning, Isabella Van Syckel.
J. Locke, Peter Minch, Rebecca J. Stevenson.
F. Kuhn, Frank O. Lanning, Katherine Smith.
A. Brouse, George Hart of Pennington, Barbara Messerschmidt.
Coxon, Martha J. Morris.
Wharton, Cornelia Cook.
Smyth, Lewis H. Furman.
King, Frank Moffett, of Morrisville.
H. Phillips, Abagail D. Stites.
A. Howell, Elizabeth Haman, of Lawrenceville.
Pittman, James Dunn.
Florence De Hart, of the State Home for Girls.
Idell, Paul Bender, of Lawrenceville, in Denver, Col.
Wright, at Morrisville, Ann Updyke.
Jammer, James J. Hartigan, John V. Snedeker, Lewis F. Garretson.
Chumar, William Woodhouse, Sr.
B. Allen, Orlando P. Connor, Martha Roff.
Robert S. Woodruff.
E. Hart, W. Clifford Valentine, Charles G. Lawton.
Billings, Parmelia Jefferies.
B. Coleman, Andrew Harcker, Joseph Matthias.
Dougherty, Ella Jacobs.
S. Black at Mercerville.
E. Curtis, Joseph Dillon, Samuel Tomlinson, at Morrisville.
L. Norgan, Joseph W. Dye, at Pennington.
K. Rawlins, Bridget Jacques, John A. Conover, William H. Gulick, at Pennington.
C. R. Fowe, T. Raymond Holcomb.
Martin, Beulah M. Yates, Margaret T. Bowers.
Bailey, Levi M. Honsel, at Rocky Hill.
Gabriel, Colonel Phillip Basner, at Harlingen.
Leikam, Lelia A. Dilatush.
Ely, Charles Lange, John K. LeBon, Louisa Titus, at Pennington, Susanna
Gorden, Hannah Rice.
Berry, John Woolverton, at Pennington, Sarah G. Boyd.
Holt, Carline R. Zimmer.
Zickhur, Annie Yelland.
Beatty, Louis P. Shreve, George H. Whorton.
Tighe, Eliza Wright, at Morrisville, Maggie Kalisch.
F. Bell, at Bordentown, Mahalah Kise, at Hopewell, John C. Kafer, at Dumont,
Raike, John Woodward, Sarah G. Coleman.
A. Authouse, Helen Machin.
E. Cook, at Lawrenceville, Mary C. Buck.
Vanderbilt, at Princeton, Samuel Hendrickson, William T. Carman.
Pahre, Thomas P. Donoher.
Ball, Robert Wall.
Comp, at Yardville, Croasdale Warner, at Trenton Junction.
A. Rainbow, Bridget Scullion.
P. Bullock, Fannie Salter, James H. Stites.
M. Coakley, Oscar F. Moore.
W. Crawford, John H. Van Hise.
Zuccarelli, William Brian.
Melrose, Mary Lanning, John Vosselman.
M. Lewis, Annie M. Upsprung.
A. Johnson, Hannah J. Fell.
Kressler, Rose Hannah Williams, John C. Taylor.
Mary Hilda, Ann Bowers, George J. Schwartz.
Copeland, Sarah Beatty, William Donnelly.
Rowland, Richard Kiley.
Tyrell, Edwin Satterthwaite.
A. Covert, Sarah Donnelly.
M. Van Dyke.
Desmond, Joseph Weber, Cornelia Temple.
A. Ehret, Catherine Smith.
Clancy, Clarence H. Moore, Emeline Blackford, Phoebe Newman.
Krumholz, Charles Scales.
Agnes Blackfan, Anna M. Furman, Charles Lambert, Kate Newhart.
E. Burke, Margaret Ryan, Anna F. Ashmore, Mary A. Conover.
Hind, Elisabeth Thompson, Mathilda Werneke.
W. Ford, Richard O’Hearn.
F. Bruther, Peter F. Lane, Allison F. Reece, William H. Simpson.
May Allibone, Samuel Van Horn.
E. Branin, John Kaiser.
Robert Remmele, Martin J. Ryan.
Shaffer, William W. Rogers, of Hamilton Square.
M. Church, Sophia Rittenhouse.
A. Cubberley, Jane Whittaker, James Shelby, at Hopewell.
A. Tonne, Sarah H. Heitz, Henry Momberg.
H. Thorn, Caleb Shreve Mershon.
Martin MacNichol, Lewis Parker.
Hartpence, Margie Watson Cutter.
A. Wilson, Joseph Stokes, of Allenhurst.
Emma J. Hawkyard.
Anna M. Moser, Mrs. Dora Schinkel, William S. Simpson.
Chadwick, Jr., Mrs. Emily Klein.
Murphy, Sr., Edward Sandhoff.
Bridget Moran, Mrs. Bertha H. Hindley.
Egner, Mary T. Wilhelm, William Harry Machin.
Martha S. Joynes, Mrs. Anna M. Rust, Bridget Campbell, Joseph J. Naylor.
Rebecca G. Comfort.
Anna E. Lovett, George Mehlberger, Mrs. Mary E. Atherholt, Joseph Hickman.
Carrie D. Daniels.
Amelia Schmid, Charles J. Wolf.
Jane A. Skirm, Mrs. Caroline Sterling.
Basak, Michael Smith.
Baler, Mrs. Emma S. Tompkins, Mrs. Josephine Adrian, Joseph Neumann.
Hannah McLain, Mrs. Mary Weaver.
Elizabeth Thiel, Mrs. Mamie B. Mann.
Ella D. Jones.
Kearns, Mrs. Mary Blurton.
A. Braithwait, James J. Dermody, Frederick Johnson.
Behan, John L. Burroughs.
Keeler, Mrs. Mary H. Carver.
Ella E. Robbins.
R. Lutz, Mrs. Harriet Jones.
Nellie A. Lanning.
Anne Bird, Charles J. Hartley.
J. Wilkinson, Michael Dugan.
Ella A. Higgins.
B. Burns, Robert Purdy.
Sarah E. Hoff, Peter Skady, Joseph Groh.
Anna Royal Murphy
Sarah J. Messler, Mrs. Sarah E. Udy.
Bridget Reedy, William McQuillen.
Jesse W. Wood, Peter P. Anderson, Lydia Dorsett Ely.
A. Crawford, Mrs. Elizabeth H. Davis.
Eva M. Hartman.
Mary McInerney, Charles G. Moore.
Mary West, Frank Furman.
Mary C. Compton, Levi Akers, Mrs. Bridget Burke.
J. Riseley, Isaac A. Shreve.
Mary E. Danser, Michael Bushler, Joseph McClanen, John P. Quinn.
Mary Dod Minor.
Anna M. Boyer, Mrs. Joseph C. Claflen, Charles V. McDermott, Helen P.
Jane W. Myers, Karl Herrgen.
Amy B. Buchanan, Mrs. Margaret Douglas, Mrs. Mary Smeltzer.
A. Humphrey, Jr., Thomas Morgan.
Kate L. Vanness.
Tenney H. Austin, Mrs. Hannah W. Rulon.
Hilton, Mrs. Rebecca Parr.
E. Pauck, George Pine.
Martha A. Cobine, James Ronan.
Royer, William Krebs, Joseph V. Arrison.
Margaret M. Kashner, Mrs. Sarah A. Meserol.
Tacy Reinhart, Mrs. Mary Dowling.
R. Balderston, Jr., Mrs. Margaret L. Truman.
Annie A. Robbins.
Kelly, Alfred Foster, James Murphy.
Tunsall, Mrs. Rebecca McClanen.
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