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405. Rev. J. Henry Schoonmaker, Acquackanonk, edited by New Jersey Archives, “Essex County Marriage Records,” Genealogical Magazine of NJ, vol. 11, page 37.
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410. William Nelson, History of the City of Paterson and the County of Passaic, New Jersey, reprint by Bergen Historic Books, Robert D. Griffin, Publisher, 1901, Englewood, New Jersey., p. 203; says April, surrogate’s court says March, papers file Apr 8.
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429. Herbert S. Ackerman and Arthur J. Goff, Records of Four Methodist Churches in Northern New Jersey, Reprint by Bergen Historic Books, Inc.; Robert D. Griffin, original publisher: Englewood, New Jersey, original 1948; reprint 2002, p. 38.
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431. “Abraham G. Post Household,” 1840 U.S. Census, Passaic County, New Jersey, Manchester Township, page 012, line 1, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication M704-258.
432. “Hannah Post Household (living with David D. Demarest),” 1850 U. S. Census, Passaic County, New Jersey, population schedule, Paterson, p. 380, Dwelling 115, Family 165, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication Film M432-461, age 42, born abt 1806.
433. “Interment Name Index, Cedar Lawn Cemetery,” McLean Boulevard and Crooks Avenue, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey, received 12 July 2000, photocopies of records requested by compiler, #12747.
434. “Death Certificate of Hannah Post,” 4 November 1895, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey, number P37, certified correct photocopy from microfilm or electronic image of original document, New Jersey Vital Records, Trenton, New Jersey.
435. “Samuel Fisher's Census,” Paterson, N.J., 1824-1832.
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437. “Hannah Post Household (living with David D. Demarest),” 1850 U. S. Census, Passaic County, New Jersey, population schedule, Paterson, p. 380, Dwelling 115, Family 165, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication Film M432-461, age 17, born abt 1833.
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439. “Post Family Bible, 1832,” Original in possession of Beatrice Marvel, 230 McGraw Hill Rd., Sturgis, KY 42459, Original photographed 1977; slides held by Nancy Ratay, 26 February 1838.
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