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Name Crane, B.N.
Occupation Mid 1800's: City Inspector
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Image of Letter from City Inspector to City Council, Hoboken, April 15, 1867 informing them of house at Hoboken Cemetery ground destroyed by fire - Documents

Letter from City Inspector to City Council, Hoboken, April 15, 1867 informing them of house at Hoboken Cemetery ground destroyed by fire - Documents

Letter from City Inspector B.N. Crane to City Council, Hoboken, April 15, 1867 informing them of house at Hoboken Cemetery ground destroyed by fire on the 13th; requesting the insurance company be notified of the loss. Holographic ink on lined paper, 7" x 8"; folds. City Clerk John Kennedy file notes and numbers.

Image of Letter from City Inspector B. N. Crane to City Council, Dec. 23, 1863 re William N. Parslow has buried 3 bodies without permits in Hoboken City Cemetery. - Documents

Letter from City Inspector B. N. Crane to City Council, Dec. 23, 1863 re William N. Parslow has buried 3 bodies without permits in Hoboken City Cemetery. - Documents

Letter from City Inspector B. N. Crane to City Council, Hoboken, December 23, 1863 informing them that William N. Parslow has buried three bodies without permits in the Hoboken City Cemetery. Holographic ink on lined paper, 7-3/4" wide x 5 high". City Clerk, John Kennedy, file notes and numbers. Parslow was an undertaker in Hoboken. Main text: The Keeper of the Hoboken City Cemetery has informed me that William N. Parslow has intered three bodies (or caused to be have been done) in the Hoboken City Cemetery Without Permits, on the 8th, 10th & 12th of Dec; this being a violation of the ordinance perscribed for the regulation of the said Cemetery under a penalty. I would report the same