JAMES NEILSON. 1844-1937
CLASS OF 1866
DOCTOR OF PHILANTHROPY
TRUSTEE AND BENEFACTOR OF RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
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HUNTERDON AND SOMERSET
COUNTIES, NEW JERSEY,
Illustrations and Biographical Sketches
PROMINENT MEN AND PIONEERS.
COMPILED BY JAMES P. SNELL.
ASSISTED BY FRANKLIN ELLIS AND A NUMEROUS CORPS OF WRITERS.
EVERTS ct PECK,
PRESS OF J. B. LIPPINCOTT It CO., PHILADELPHIA
The design of this work is to give the two counties treated an impartial, faithful
chronicle of their past from the date of earliest settlement down to recent times. Its scope,
as originally planned and laid out, seemed more than ample, yet so very much that was
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valuable for record and for preservation was gathered in the rich historic field wherein we
have delved that, notwithstanding arduous labor at condensation, it has far outgrown its
proposed dimensions. The author only regrets that his labors must now cease, as every
passing day is adding 'to the treasures developed by historical research. But here the super-
structure is reared upon which the future historians of these counties may build. We have
striven to gather the scattered threads of the past and to weave them into a complete fabric,
to which the "Art preservative of arts" shall give immortality.
Over one year of patient, painstaking, and conscientious labor has been devoted to the
above design by the author and his numerous staff of assistants, supplemented by the con-
tributions of many of the ablest citizen's of these counties, — equal to nearly ten years of
constant effort of one person. The result is embodied in this volume; but the obstacles and
vexations attendant upon its preparation will hardly be realized by those who peruse its
pages. Lord Macaulay has said that perfection in historical composition was not attainable
by fallible men. If there be no errors of fact or date in the legion of items herein con-
tained, we shall feel that the great English historian was at fault.
AVe have given many items of local history which may by some be thought trivial or
beneath the "dignity of history." But who is competent to judge of what 'may be valuable or
interesting to those who come after us'.' Much valuable information has undoubtedly been lost
to the world by the fastidious views of many historical writers. Instead of polished sentences
or well-turned periods, truth in Us simplicity lias been our aim, — to go, as far as practicable, back-
to the original sources of information, and to verify by corroborative testimony whenever
possible, while correcting the errors of writers who have preceded us.
From colonial and other documents in the State archives, from county and township records,
family manuscripts, printed publications, and innumerable private sources, we have endeavored
to prepare a history which should be accurate, instructive, and an honor to the counties represented.
AW' will not here enumerate (as is customary with many authors) the volumes which have
been consulted in the preparation of this work, for several reasons: the lis! would till Beveral
pages, would be read by very few, and would be a needless repetition, as a large proportion of
them are given through the text in parenthetical references, foot-notes, etc.
\Ye are under special obligation, however, to the Reverends Geo. 9. Moii. DJD., Klein -
ington : Edward Tanjdre ( 'orwin, IU>., of Millstone ; Abram Messier, D.D., Somerville ; P. A.
Studdiford, D.D., Lambertville ; John B. Thompson, Catskill, N. Y. ; C. S. Conkling, Stockton ;
Aaron S. Laning, Pennington ; J. P. W. Blattenberger, Reaville ; W. W. Blauvelt, D.D., Laming-
ton; John C. Rankin, D.D., Basking Ridge; N. McConaughy, Somerville, and numerous other
clergymen ; to Doctors John Blane, Henry Race, Cornelius W. and George H. Larison, Geo.
R. Sullivan, Henry G. Wagoner, etc. ; to John M. Hyde and Matt. H. "Van Derveer, the present
county clerks, and the several township clerks, and public officials generally, of both counties ;
to the publishers of the Flemington Republican and Democrat; the Lambertville Beacon and
Record; the Clinton Democrat; the Somerville Gazette, Unionist, and Messenger, etc.; Hon.
Ashbel Welch and Martin Coryell, Esq., of Lambertville; Hon. John T. Bird, the late Hon.
Alexander Wurts, Charles Bartles, Esq., the late Col. J. C. Rafferty, J. B. Hopewell, E. Vos-
seller, Runkle Rea, etc., of Flemington ; Judge Foster, of Clinton ; Judge Joseph Thompson,
of Readington ; Hon. F. S. Holcombe, of Delaware ; Wm. B. Prall, of East Amwell ; W. R.
Srope, of Frenchtown ; Lewis H. Taylor, Esq., of High Bridge ; A. V. D. Honeyman, Esq.,
Hon. Alvah A. Clark, Hugh Gaston, Esq., John C. Garretson, Esq., Ed. A. Veghte, J. S.
Haines, Henry P. Mason, and others, of Somerville ; the McDowell family, of Bedminster ; Hon.
Calvin Corle, of Branchburg; John F. Hageman, Esq., of Princeton; Jacob Weart, Esq., of
Jersey City ; Hon. D. F. Beatty, of Washington, Warren Co. ; Wm. Pierson, Jr., M.D., Orange,
N. J. ; Judge James N. Reading, Morris, 111. ; Ellis A. Apgar, A.M., State Superintendent of
Public Instruction ; Joseph H. Hough, Grand Secretary of the M. W. Grand Lodge of New
Jersey, A. F. and A. M., and a multitude of others.
To the publishers also we would acknowledge indebtedness, not only for valuable assistance,
but especially for the elegant dress with which the historical body has been clothed and em-
The result of our labor, now ended, is submitted to the oitizens of Hunterdon and Somerset
Counties, with the assurance that this volume of facts, traditions, reminiscences, and memoirs
will be by them prized and cherished as the faithful record of their past and honorable career,
and as such be handed down to future generations.
JAMES P. SNELL.
Philadelphia, March JO, 1881.
The name of D. P. Kenyon is spelled Kinyon in some instances, in connection with the Savings Bank,
etc., in Bridgcwater township history, — an error occasioned by following printed copy, furnished with MSS.,
and supposed to be good authority.
On page 779, 31st line, for "1737" read 1837.
HUNTEKDON AND SOMERSET COUNTIES.
DISCOVERY imi O'MI'Itmv OF New Xmiihiums.
Knrly Navigators— Hondrick Hudson— The "Half-Moon"— Tho 1 nitod
Now Nothorlnnd Company — Colonization by the Dutch and D
M.v ;uid Do Vriea— Sir Edmund Ployden 9
IMiiin Occupation — The Original People.
Thi Ugonqnln Nation— The Delaware*, 01 Lennl-Lennpc— The "Tur-
11.." "Turkey," and " Wolf" trfbei 1 roditlons aa to the Orl
Delaware! U ids and Remains— Indian Title to Lands In Hunter-
don and Somerset— Indian Paths, etc 11
Niu Jersey under Daren ami English Rule.
Bwediih Settlement— Oceapatlon by the Dutch Subjection to th 1
lish in 181 i— Governors' Btc — Grant to the j
Jork, and transfer to Berkeloy and Corterel Edward ByUinga—
Quaker Emigration and Settlenion ilidnted—
Qovi rnoi lown to 1770 ■ 10
The Protriei art Got ernueni 01 v. tsr .1 1 1
i:.i i .1.1 oy under the Pro]
Thome ■ Kudyord I illl Ion with Ihc Pi ivim e ol Mi w York Gov-
ornora Barclay . Dudloj . II II m, tc Opposltioi
Opposition to the Proprietary Qovorni ' The Crish Surrender
Drown, In 1702 i\
ill IPTEB V.
Mi i,ii»i\ ami Somerset Counties is the Revolution.
The ('mi Hi. li O01 • 1 . The Com-
mltteajof I ion esi lem and 1 aqul j Iii lunl
1 1 fflrsl Provincial Con . 1 ■ . Che Mili-
tia and "Minute-Hen" The "Coromil 1 Safety" G
1 Ammunition 1 he Hunl
— Tho 1 Into an Indepen-
dent Stats The I!.. 1 1; . . the itnt I in '.any— The
Enemy's Advuueo tin .... -i. n. .... .1. . 1..
tin. Delaware The Fights ai Trenton and assanplnlf Battle <.f
ton Washington at Pluckamin — Captain 1
goes into Winter Quartei ai Horrj I m a
CHAPTER \ I.
Hunterdon \Nn Somersbt Counties i\ the Revolution
Tho Marvelous CI Dton nnd
D C n. II iwe' .f tho ltriti-h ill
. 1 and Hunterdon I tlon In the
People Bklrmlsh al Weston, Somorset ('...— iii-u. 1 D
i. ). by the Imai Icon I
Km; in ." Washington Rock"— Atl pi ■
onghold in the HI
iii.. \ni.'i [1 in \ 1 in. march thi Ion t" the
II.. \\ llsllill l..n' I
an. I Soul 1 Binndywtnc \
Irrollnghuyson's Expedition toStal
Carrier— The Tories Penn and Chew under Surveillance in Hu
County— Iaiiu I Council "f Safety, otc—
British evacuate Philadelphia and pass through New Jersey — Wash-
\ riny oroes at Coryell's — Battle ..f Monmouth, ■■!< -
an. 1 Hunterdon Troops behave gallantly— Cantons
Gen. Washington and Wife ai Somervllle — Five Soldiers Hung
Knox's Heodqnartoi I PIi ... -Grand Ball aud Supper—
Bimcoe's Bold in 1779— Burning of the Churob, Court-house,
. 11 Peter G. Voorhees killed The Ladies of Hunterdon and Somer-
soofthoWar- TheCurrency Patriotism andor War Burdens
— Proces! iii 60
Hunterdon ami Souei - in the Revolution
Continental I .1. Bstnbllshmei - Establishment— The
I . Iteri iiilin.' lllti.-.-i.- and Muster- J
raised, ai Hllitia The (juntas of tho Tw
•Mni 1 I. -Roster of Bev-
olutl inary SoliUers li th C tics, who served in the SI
liaand Continental Army
1 11 VPTER VIII.
Slavery and 6 11 is Hunterdon \sd Somerset.
ii. Institution" In tho Seventeenth Centura* — Servants In the
Coloulul Days— Indian Slaves — Bedemptione 1
ery— 'II. ; ' 11. null. .1
by Negro Sluvei ffegi ; him in Hunterdon
. 1 Hi. hi in 1734 '.
Hanumtsston Bev. Dr. Blnloj and the "American Colonisation
ill WTKK IX.
The Mlnlslnk Path— The Old Burlington Path— Tho ' Dppei
Road" and "Lower Bead"— 1
1 aobetween Trenton and Hew Bi 1 Swift-Sure
Coach-Lino"— The Trenl I I on Mail-Coach 1
-. .. Brunswick 1.. Plemlngton Express bines, etc. III. The
1 1 in [plenoy, ' tonst) notion, and Ot m-
plotlon . ' to. n The Central ltallroadof
v « Jorsej South Bran. 1. 1: illroad -Hi
Delaware and Bound I .-oy Bail-
rood and Canal Company — ".The Bel
Hunterdon intj I unties in the War o» the
the Poople ..f Hunterdon and Somorset— 1
1.. iii. the Ki.-I. I ..f clio
New - 1 ■
nor calls for Tin
. take the Field- I
ments of tbe Third Infantry — At the Battle of Gaines' 31111 — Heavy
Losses — Gen. Taylor Wounded — Crampton's Gap — Campaign of Chan-
cellorsville — Battles of the Wilderness— Its Last Fight, at Cold Harbor
— Regiment Mustered Out and Disbanded— Sketch of Brig.-Gen. George
W. Taylor — Roster of Officers and Men from Somerset County.... 119
Fifth and Sixth Infantry Regiments.
Hunterdon County furnishes a Company for each Regiment — Officers of
the Fifth and Sixth Infantry — Leave " Camp Olden" — Form a Part of
the Second New Jersey Brigade — Assigned to duty as the Third Bri-
gade, iu Hooker's Division — Movements on the Potomac — Battle of
Williamsburg— Fair Oaks— Losses in the Peninsula Campaign — En-
gaged at Bristow Station, Chantilly, etc. — Unflinching Bravery at
Gettysburg — Superb Behavior at Spottsylvania Court-house — Other
engagements — Muster Out — Rosters of Co. A, Fifth Infantry, and Co.
H, Sixth Infantry Regiments 124
Fifteenth Infantry Regiment.
Three Compauies from Hunterdon and Somerset — Leave for Washington
— Construct "Fort Kearney" — Tbe Fifteenth at Fredericksburg —
Michael Mulvey, Co. G, the first Man killed — Battle of Chancellorsville
— The " Wilderness" — Capt. Yanderveer and Lieut. Hamilton wounded
— Roster of Casualties in the vicinity of Spottsylvania Court-house —
In the Charge at Cold Harbor— With Sheridan's Army in the Shenan-
doah Yalley — Fisher's Hill and Cedar Creek Engagements — Maj. Boe-
man killed— List of Battles of the Fifteenth— Rosters of Officers and
Enlisted Men of tbe Companies from these Counties 132
Thirtieth and Thirty-first Infantry Regiments.
Rendezvous at Flemington — Both Regiments Mustered into Service
Sept. 17, 1862 — Officers of Regiments, and of Hunterdon and Somerset
Companies — Movements in Virginia, with the Army of the Potomac
— Promotion of Lieut-Col. Chadek, Major Ten Eyck, Major Honey-
man, etc. — The Two Regiments at the Battle of ChancellorsvilU 1 — The
Thirty-first Regiment, as Rear-Guard, hold the Enemy in Check —
Other Movements and Services of these Commands — Rosters of the
Companies from Hunterdon and Somerset Counties 142
Thirty-fifth Infantry, and Other Regiments.
Officers of the Thirty-fifth Regiment, and of Company A — Movements of
the Regiment in Virginia and in the Southwest — In the Georgia Cam-
paign, with Sherman — Capt, Angel killed — Battle of Decatur — In Front
of Atlanta — " March to the Sea" — Close of its Campaigning, and Mus-
ter Out — Roster of Co. A — Hunterdon and Somerset Men in other Regi-
ments: Co. F, Ninth Infantry; Co. E, Eleventh Infantry; Co. B,
Thirty-eighth Infantry 149
Educational and Statistical.
The Early Dutch enjoin the Support of a Schoolmaster, in 1629— First
Schoolmaster and School-house in New Jersey — The Scotch-Presby-
terians bring Schoolmasters with them — The Quakers and Schools —
Colonial Legislation— Tho Colleges— School-Fund created in 1817—
Subsequent [lOgifllatio p, etc. — Free Schools — Educational Statistics of
Hunterdon and Somerset Counties— Statistics of Population, etc.. 163
Physical GteooiiApHr and Geology of Hunterdon County.
Mountains, Streams, and other Physical Features of tho County — Goo-
logical Formations, etc 159
Land Titles and Settlement.
Title derivedfrom the Crown— -Deeds from Indians— Head-lands— Irregu-
larity in Surveys— Treaty with Indians, 1703— Dividends of Land-
Proprietary Tracts — Early Settlement — The Quakers make first Settle-
ment, in 1676— First Church— First Accurate Survey in Hunterdon,
1707— Tax-roll of 1722— Early Settlers in Various Portions of the
County — Early Bridges— First Road— Early Mills— During the Revo-
lution — Growth, etc 182
Organization and Civil History.
Hunterdon setoff from Burlington— Changes in its Territory — First Offi-
cers — Townships — Colonial Elections — Poll-List of 173S — First Deed on
Record— Innkeeper's Prices in 1722— Early Taverns Licensed— Ex-
tracts from " Records of the Proceedings of the Justices and Freehold-
ers, beginning 1739" — Wolf and Panther Bounties— First Meeting of
the Board at Flemington, etc 190
Courts and County Buildings.
First Courts — First Judges, Magistrates, and Grand Jury — Court-house
and Jail at Trenton — First Record of the " Cort of General Quarter
Sessions" — Extracts from "Minutes of the Hunterdon County Court"
—Notable Early Trials— Orphans' Courts— Trials for Murder— The
County Buildings 196
The Bench and Bar of Hunterdon County.
Hunterdon County noted for the Ability of her Judges and the Brilliancy
of her Bar — Early Colonial Judges— Judges and Justices — Samuel
Johnston, Samuel Tucker, Daniel Coxe, Isaac Smith, Moore Furman,
Jasper Smith, John Mehelm, John Dagworthy, Andrew Smith, Stacy
G. Potts, John Carr, John S. Stires, Joseph Reading, etc. — Eminent
Jurists — Early Lawyers — Later Lawyers — Biographical Notices of
George C. Maxwell, William Maxwell, Joseph Bonnell, Thomas Potts
Johnson, Samuel R. Stewart, Nathaniel Saxton, William H. Sloan,
Alexander Wurts, Garret D. Wall, Richard Howell, Samuel Lilly,
James N. Reading, Samuel Leake, George A. Allen, Richard S. Kuhl,
The Medical Profession of Hunterdon County.
Medicine and Doctors in the Early Days— Tho District Medical Society
of Hunterdon County — Biographical Sketches of the Physicians of the
County, both dead and living — History of Homoeopathy in Hunterdon,
The Press of Hunterdon County.
First Newspaper in the State— The First Paper in the County — The Hun-
terdon Gazette, the Pioneer Paper in what is now Hunterdon— The
Hunterdon Republican— Clinton Newspapers— The Lambertville Press
—The Press of Frenchtown— Other Papers 235
Authors op Hunterdon County.
Prefatory Remarks— Sketches of Forty-soven Authors of tho County,
arranged Alphabetically, with List of their Publications 238
Sketch of the Hunterdon County Bible Society — Hunterdon County
Agricultural Society— County Grange, Patrons of Husbandry— Tho
Temperance Alliance — Teachers' Institutes— County Sunday-School
Some of the Prominent Men of Hunterdon County.
Gen. Daniel Morgan— Gen. Philomon Dickinson— Gen. William Maxwoll
— Col. Charles Stewart— Col. Philio Johnson— Col. Joab Houghton —
Col. Marie Thompson — Col. Isaac Vniith — John Muhclm — John Hart —
Job ii Stevens— Robert Livingston Stevens— Edwin A. Slovene — Rev.
Peter Studdl ford— Rev. Casper Wack— Kcv. John Van dor veer— Rev.
George S. Mott, D.D.— Henry Jo. Maxwoll— Eli Bosenhury — Potor
Cramer— Charles W. Godown— Jj'mea M. Ramsey 251
Civil. List 01 II rKRDO
List of National, State, and Count; Officers
TOWNSHIPS AND BOEODGHS OF HUNTER-
Bnritan (Ini Im IngFleml
if Frenchtown 10G
ii 1 '
riii, I. hi 683
Borough of Clinton 1 1
i II W'TKR I.
Tim: PhYSIOAX FjSA i RSBT Coi mi.
Location— Extent— Boun,l;m Phj leal I eatu res— Geological Forma-
ii n The Bed Sandstone, Bed Shale, Limestone, Trap, .mil other
Books— Minerals and Mines, etc
T, ini, I'l k, il 13ES I'-, "in" mini v.
I,.,,, Purchases Barlj Settlement! The Scotch Burly Dutch Set-
tlers, their Ways and Cust -, Style i f Building, et
who purchased Land In Somerset Count] a, '
El ei i i,,v, Org utizai ion, I a
I i \ I V .
Original Counties— Somerset as a Township,! a County
i,,,l Horris Ooun-
i and franklin t"
Hiddlenx Tewksbnrj Township u
ni \i-ii:i; iv.
c,,i rts v," Coi b > r Bi ii disgs.
i ll A i • I EB v.
i i,,i Roads ind Bri i " nti .
mention ol " Ways"or Boa
up Rarltan" OtherHlgl
of s. ,.,i Oountg New Jen rj Ttfrapl
—Harris I 6T8
• II IPTER VI.
'im Bex, h hi, l; in
i rset County emli
of ii, ■ P
L Sou thard, William I. ' ■. Mann, Willium
Iluu-li M. GtlstdH, Ah.,1, 1
ii,' I', untj
graphl I ii 11,, -v... Willi, im si, UcKinack, Peter I.
Abraham Tan Boron, the Van Dei - sneka, Wil-
liam II.' Herri!], I H.
rn IPTEB VIII.
Tiik Press of Soul rsrt
i .. r
b Past: Tht Sbmi
. Tht .Soirrr, Fb
UtD Alliums hi SoiIBRSBT I'm \TV.
ry — The Authoi nd Living,
; alphabetically, with Biographical Data and Listsof their
< ll IPTER X.
[nstltnti — County Sunday-
i.iv Temperani kultural
ni IPTER XI.
John Boyce, Sen I Stirling,
Capt John and Qen Potei i Strj cer, Al '
\ . Brown, Spence II. Cone;
T. DeWitt Talmago, John
ii len, Hon. Pel
Judge Balph Voorheee, Hon, Bynier 11. Vegbte, Willium 11.
I'll IPTEB XII.
I'll ll 1,1- i - NTT.
\,|li 1 , l| " :,Mil Rep-
TOWNSHIPS AND VILLAGES OF SOMERSET
- - rvlllo) 648
Samuel Johnston 203
Samuel Tucker 203
Moore Furman 203
Jasper Smith 204
John Mehelm 204
Stacy G. Potts 204
Samuel Lilly 205
David Van Fleet 205
Abram V. Van Fleet 205
Benuet Van Syckel 205
George C. Maxwell 206
William Maxwell 206
Lucius H. Stockton 206
Thomas P. Johnson 207
Charles Stewart 207
Nathaniel Saxton 207
William 11. Sloan 207
Alexander Win ts 208
Garret D. Wall 208
Richard Howell 209
James N. Reading 209
Samuel Leake 210
Peter I. Clark 211
John N. Voorhees 211
George A.Allen 211
John T. Bird 212
Jacob Weart 212
Edmund Perry 212
Edward P. Colliding 213
Peter Vredenburgh 213
Nathaniel W. Voorhees 214
John C. Rafforty 214
Theo. J. Hoffman 215
John Rockhill 218
Juhn Manners 219
Oliver Barnet 220
Isaac Ogden 220
Henry H. Schenck, Jr .'. 221
John Honoyman 221
Georgo P. Rex 221
John F. Schenck 222
James H. Studdiford 222
Edmund Poller 223
Nicholas J. E. do Belleville 223
John Blanc 224
Andrew B. Larison 230
John Lilly 230
Georgo R. Sullivan 230
Henry Raco 233
Ashbel Welch 289
P.O. Studdiford 291
Martin Coryell 292
Wm. McCready 293
Alr-.;,l„|, I II, II .1 ■ ■ >U ■ I ■■ ■ 294
(Jen. II. Larison botweou 294-295
Richard McDowell 295
Cornelius Arnctt 295
James 0. Weodon 296
Charles Bartles 338
John C. Hopowoll 311
Peter I. Nevius 342
'I i.l i,l,., between 348,349
Jacob Reed " 348, 319
CorneliuH W. Larison 308
.la sS. Fisher 367
Abraham Ten Brooke Williamson 807
VillianS t 368
William li. Prall 369
Joseph Williamson 388
Andrew Larason 388
Benjamin Larison — 389
Elisha Patterson Tomlinson 3S9
Isaac S. Cramer 390
Joshua Primmer 391
Wesley Bellis 403
Matthew Family 404
Asa MacPhersou 442
Daniel Little 443
Asa Case 443
Hiram Deats 444
Daniel F. Bcatty 454
Cornelius Stewart 455
Nathan Lance 456
William W. Swayy.e 457
Sylvester II. Smith 467
Howard Servis 467
Samuel Creveling, Sr 4US
John C. Wene 468
Samuel Creveling, Jr between 468,469
W. S. Creveling " 468, 469
Martin H. Creveling " 468, 469
David F.Wene 469
Joseph W. Willever 409
William Tiusman 170
W. R. Little between 470, 471
Moses Robins " 470,471
N. Schuyler facing 480
Robert Craig 484
Samuel W. Salter 485
James N. Pidcock 504
B. A. Watson 604
John Kline 506
David M. Kline 606
Albert Shannon facing 607
Lambert B. Kline 607
Isaac Rowe. 607
Frederic A. Potts 619
William Egbert 520
Edward A. Rockhill 521
Charles Carhart 522
Josoph King 523
Joseph B. Probasco 524
Nathaniel B. Boileau 624
Jacob Cregar 531
David Neighbour 532
Robert Van Amburgh 640
Jonathan Dawes 641
John F. Grandiii, M.D 542
Josoph Ki'itts 543
William Piiterson 580
Richard Stockton 680
Potor D. Vroom 681
Samuel L. Southard • 682
William L. Dayton 582
Andrew Kirkpatrick 583
William Griffith 584
Thomas A. Uartwell 684
William Thomson 584
John M, Mann 584
Jacob Bergen 581
Jacob R. Havdenbergb 584
George Mrll ,1,1 585
(;,■ n. Frederick Frelinghuysen 585
.loh n Frelinghuysen 680
Theodore Frelinghuysen 586
Theodore Frelinghuysen, Jr 580
Frederick Frelinghuysen 687
Thoo. Frelinghuysen, Jr 587
Frederick T. Frclingliuyson
James S. Nevlus
Goo. H. Brown
Jas. 8. Green
Jii'i. P. Stockton
Bob* i Stockton
Almli A. Clark
Jno, v. ringeman
.Im.. V. Voorhees
Isaiah v I'll'-
IlilK'li M. (iiistuli
.! is, .1. It.-rgoli
John n. Bartlne
A. v. |i, Honeyman
Win. M. Mi Kitaack
Peter I. Striker
Abraham Van Baron
Lawrence \ .«" Dervoei
Henry \ an li.-iveor, of Sotnervillo..
Henry Van Derveer, of Pluckamin..
II. ■my ii. Van Derveei
Garret Von Doren
Ferdinand 8 Si henck
JncobT. II Sklllman
A.T. II. Van Doren
Win, 1'- H Klsaack
Win. II. Merrill
Peter Ten i:.. ■ i..
.ii". V.8 hi ni '<
m ory G Wagoner
Ohaunce.i U. Hold
Henry I'. \ an Den i
i:. s. Doughty
Jn B I j
laron \ G ■ • in
Seymoui 0. Ti lutm in
.In.'. T, Van Do vwn
Al'iiuii .1, Powolson
G ^<' Mi Hi i.l.-
Wlllliim 1 1 ■■ i _■
Henry p. si ' >i*
\ ii B oknw
WlUlara \ Mi D ■»■ II
A. W. McDowell
John G >■ b«mp
I ! ii '" llu W Si homp
i . Touretto
John Mi I n
William a. Van Dorn