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Fri Mar 21 17:07:38 2014 UTClccn-n851388280.15Somerset County historical quarterly /0.641.00Papers, 1870-196321116375n 851388281470378Honeyman, A. V. D. (Abraham Van Doren), 1849-1936Honeyman, A. Van DorenHoneyman, Abraham Van Doren, 1849-1936lccn-n88669191New JerseyCourt for the Trial of Small Causeslccn-no90018072Herr, H. Burdett(Henry Burdett)1849-lccn-n84001851Nelson, William1847-1914edtlccn-n87113410Somerset County Historical Society (N.J.)lccn-n79083979New Jersey Historical Societylccn-n80036704Miller, Joaquin1837-1913np-hutchinson, elmer tHutchinson, Elmer T.edtlccn-n80046086New Jerseylccn-sh85141976Van Doren familylccn-sh2001007183Nevius familyHoneyman, A. Van Doren(Abraham Van Doren)1849-1936HistoryBiographyPoetryGenealogySourcesDigestsNew JerseyNew Jersey.--Court for the Trial of Small CausesCriminal procedureCivil procedurePolice magistratesJustices of the peaceNew Jersey--Somerset CountyLawTravelIndianaNew Jersey--Union CountyEnglandVan Doren familyNevius familyWillsAztecsIndians of MexicoNew Jersey--Hunterdon CountyVoyages and travelsNew Jersey--Morris CountyNew Jersey--Warren CountyNew Jersey--Sussex CountyEurope--LaplandCourtsJurisdictionRankin, Russell BruceNew Jersey.--Public Record OfficeHistory--Societies, etcAdams, Arthur,Weart, Susan StoutDrake, Louis LGodfrey, Carlos E.--(Carlos Emmor)Hunterdon County Historical SocietyHoneyman, A. Van Doren--(Abraham Van Doren),Deats, Eva Taylor18491936187418761878188018821886188818921893189518961897189919001901190219031904190519091910191119121915191619171918192019211923192419261927192819291933195419691970197519771980198219831985198619871988198919931994199619971998199920002008201020131986104213974.91KFN2330ocn003738225ocn034787340ocn227381851ocn810041807ocn045123725ocn081551353ocn045154160ocn562245377ocn607774835ocn866631007ocn866499450ocn866171160ocn866441466ocn865647604ocn6565620662343ocn060723916file18760.86Honeyman, A. Van DorenA treatise on the jurisdiction of and civil and criminal proceedings in the Court for the Trial of Small Causes in New Jersey with revised forms and 1500 decisions2075ocn060734099file19170.84Honeyman, A. Van DorenHoneyman's justice including various matters within the judicial cognizance of police magistrates, recorders and mayors : practice and forms in New Jersey1317ocn003738225book18780.88Miller, JoaquinThe Danites: and other choice selections from the writings of Joaquin Miller, "the poet of the Sierras"Poetry+-+K6886007961307ocn008922312serial0.24Somerset County historical quarterlyHistoryGenealogy934ocn000403321book19230.32Honeyman, A. Van DorenHistory of Union County, New Jersey, 1664-1923HistoryBiography837ocn005091733book19270.28Honeyman, A. Van DorenNorthwestern New Jersey; a history of Somerset, Morris, Hunterdon, Warren and Sussex countiesHistoryBiography807ocn001870331book19010.76Honeyman, A. Van DorenBright days in merrie England : four-in-hand journeys715ocn680530514file18780.95New JerseyAn abridgement of the revised statutes of New Jersey and of the amended constitutionDigests6811ocn019320447book19090.29Honeyman, A. Van DorenThe Van Doorn family (Van Doorn, Van Dorn, Van Doren, etc.) in Holland and America, 1088-1908598ocn003525942book19000.37Honeyman, A. Van DorenJoannes Nevius, schepen and third secretary of New Amsterdam under the Dutch, first secretary of New York city under the English; and his descendants. A.D. 1627-1900Joannes Nevius (ca.1627-1672) immigrated in 1650/1651 from Holland to New Amsterdam, and married Ariaentje Bleijck in 1653. Descendants and relatives lived in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to New Brunswick and elsewhere in Canada561ocn002752799book0.27New Jersey Historical SocietyCalendar of New Jersey wills, administrations, etc. v. 1-, 1670/1730-5610ocn011849016book19090.53Honeyman, A. Van DorenThe Honeyman family (Honeyman, Honyman, Hunneman, etc.) in Scotland and America, 1548-1908Reverend James Honyman (ca.1675-1750), son of Reverend James and Mary Leaske Honyman was born In Kinneff, Scotland. He immigrated from Scotland to Newport, Rhode Island during or before 1704. In about 1705, he married Elizabeth Carr, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Lawton Carr. Elizabeth was born in 1690 and died 28 February 1737. After her death, James married Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, widow of Captain John Brown. Elizabeth was the daughter of Governor John Cranston and his wife Mary Clark Cranston. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., Ohio, Michigan, Missouri, Oregon, Wisconsin, Kansas, Colorado and elsewhere. Includes many ancestors in Scotland, England and elsewhere to the early 1500s534ocn001990324book0.53Nelson, WilliamExtracts from American newspapers, relating to New Jersey. 1704-1775HistorySources527ocn013018225book19260.50Honeyman, A. Van DorenThe Sutphen family : genealogical and biographical notes on nine American generations, together with pre-American data and many notes on allied familiesDirck Jansen van Zutphen was born at Tongerle, Netherlands, in 1645. He immigrated to New Netherlands, ca. 1676 and settled at New Utrecht, Long Island. He married Elisabeth (Lybeth) Van Nuys, daughter of Aucke Jansen Van Nuys, in 1680. They had eleven children, 1681-1699. Descendants listed lived in New York, New Jersey, and elsewhere473ocn001556537book19050.88Honeyman, A. Van DorenThe Aztecs (Indian races)334ocn017791635book19100.96Honeyman, A. Van DorenIndex-analysis of the statutes of New Jersey 1896-1909 : together with references to all acts, and parts of acts, in the "general statutes" and pamphlet laws expressly repealed ; and the statutory crimes of New Jersey during the same period302ocn005091678book19040.79Honeyman, A. Van DorenBright days in sunny lands242ocn008990261book19050.86Honeyman, A. Van DorenReindeer-land (Arctic sketches)193ocn018844130book19960.15Somerset County historical quarterlyHistoryGenealogy194ocn012410647book19040.92Honeyman, A. Van DorenHoneyman's justice of the peace : practice and forms in New Jersey21ocn032819281mix1.00Deats, Hiram EdmundHistoryMapsRecords and correspondenceScrapbooksCorrespondence with Arthur Adams, Louis L. Drake, and Russell B. Rankin (1916-1945), Carlos E. Godfrey relating to the New Jersey Public Record Office (1916-1932), A. Van Doren Honeyman, editor, Somerset County Historical Quarterly and New Jersey Archives, James F. Magee, Susan Stout Weart, and others; financial records (1889-1945); scrapbooks; maps and surveys; printed materials including certificates and cards reflecting Deats's membership in many organizations; and correspondence (1870-1954) of his wife, Eva Taylor Deats+-+K688600796+-+K688600796Fri Mar 21 16:03:23 EDT 2014batch16474