Saint Katharine's Home 1917

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Saint Katharine's Home under the charge of Sisters of Saint Margaret. 32 Reservoir Avenue, Jersey City Heights, New Jersey. Incorporated Nov. 17, 1893. Includes listing advisory board, subscribers and associate members.


 

Names in this online transcription include Amos, Atha, Baker, Barber, Bond, Browning, Campbell, Cerkez, Chapin, Coleman, Collard, Cooper, Crater, Dallas, Danforth, Davis, Davison, Dickey, Dutton, Eddy, Edge, Edmunds, Elkins, Evans, Fielding, Ford, Frelinghuysen, Friele, Fuller, Garretson, Gilchrist, Gleason, Goff, Gorham, Groesbeck, Grymes, Haight, Hall, Harvey, Hatch, Hathaway, Hay, Hersloff, Hoag, Hoffman, Howe, Howell, Hunt, Hyde, Ingersoll, Jennings, Joerns, Kearfelt, Keasbey, Kellogg, Kernochan, Kilgoar, Krementz, Le Roy, Leonard, Lines, Little, Livingston, Locke, Long, Macdonald, Magill, Manners, Maxwell, McClave, McCurdy, Mills, Milnor, Mitchell, Moore, Mortimer, Neville, Nichols, Ogden, Olmsted, Parker, Percival, Perry, Pierson, Plum, Pomeroy, Pope, Reazor, Redmond, Rhodes, Ripley, Robertson, Roosevelt, Russel, Schneider, Scudder, Shanks, Shaw, Shepard, Sherman, Shipley, Shippen, Smith, Speir, Spencer, Stevens, Stimble, Stoddard, Sutphen, Swanson, Sweet, Swords, Talmage, Taylor, Thebaud, Thomas, Townsend, Turnbull, Tyler, Van Buren, Varnum, Vickers, Vincent, Walker, Ward, Waterbury, Watts, White, Wilkinson, Williams, Wilson, Wittpenn, Wright.

Labels: New Jersey, Home Records

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