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Genealogical History of Hudson and Bergen Counties, New Jersey
Cornelius Burnham Harvey
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ability Abram active affairs afterward America Amsterdam ancestors April Association August Banta Bayonne became Bergen County Blawvelt Board Bogert born Catharine Charles clerk Closter Club College Company Cornelius daughter David December Demarest Democrat descendants died Dutch elected Elizabeth emigrant England enterprising esteemed farm father February Garret George Germany graduated grandson Guttenberg Hackensack Hackensack River Haring Harrington Township Hendrick Henry Holland honor Hudson County Isaac issue Jacob James Jansen Jersey City John June Kearny land Lodge March Margaret Maria married Miss Mary native Newark North Bergen North Hudson November October parents Peter politics prominent public schools received his education Reformed Church removed Republican resided River Rockland County Royal Arcanum Samuel Sarah Schraalenburgh served settled sketch success successfully engaged Tappan Thomas Town of Union Township tract trade Union Hill Weehawken West Hoboken West New York wife William York City Zabriskie
Page 52 - ... remained in Troy for seven years, then removing to Albany, where he established the firm of Erastus Corning & Co., hardware merchants. He held several local offices in Albany, among them alderman, and mayor (183437), and was also prominently identified with the financial interests of the city. In 1842 he was elected state senator and served three years. He was a representative in the 35th congress. 1857-59; was defeated for the 36th and elected to the 37th congress. He was re-elected to the 38th...
Page 7 - That in the eastern division, the county of Bergen shall begin at Constable's hook, and so run up along the bay and Hudson's river to the partition point between New Jersey and the province of New York ; and so run along the partition line between the provinces, and the division line of the eastern and western division of this province, to Pequaneck river; and so run down the said Pequaneck and Passaick river to the sound ; and so to follow the sound to Constable's hook, where it began.
Page 413 - TO THE WEST ! TO THE WEST ! TO the West.! to the West ! to the land of the free, Where mighty Missouri rolls down to the sea, Where a man is a man, if he's willing to toil, And the humblest may gather the fruits of the soil.
Page 371 - Masonic fraternity and of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. He is a member of the North Reformed Church of Newark, and in all the relations of life has achieved both success and honor.
Page 82 - WE bid thee welcome in the name Of Jesus, our exalted Head ; Come as a servant : so he came, And we receive thee in his stead. 2 Come as a shepherd ; guard and keep This fold from hell, and earth, and sin.; Nourish the lambs, and feed the sheep, The wounded heal, the lost bring in. 3 Come as a teacher, sent from God, Charged his whole...
Page 347 - Society, and a member of the New Jersey State Medical Society, the New York State Medical Association, the New York Academy of Medicine, and the American Medical Association. He was appointed by Governor Griggs one of the managers of the New Jersey State Hospital for the Insane at Morris Plains, and is surgeon for the Erie Bailroad.
Page 595 - I received the degree of doctor of medicine from the college of physicians and surgeons, Baltimore (University of Maryland) in 1896.
Page 535 - In the year 1842 he became the founder of the Society for the Relief of the Widows and Orphans of Medical Men...