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Name Kennedy, John
Occupation City Clerk, Hoboken, mid-1800's
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Image of Second Assessment Map of the Hoboken and Weehawken Drainage Commissioners, 1869. - Map

Second Assessment Map of the Hoboken and Weehawken Drainage Commissioners, 1869. - Map

Second Assessment Map of the Hoboken and Weehawken Drainage Commissioners, Hoboken, 1869. Linen-backed paper, 26-1/2" high x 52-1/2" wide. Scale: 200 feet to one inch. Made by William Hexamer, City Surveyor. Filed in the City Clerk's Office, May 11, 1869. John Kennedy, City Clerk. PDF on file - half size at 600dpi. High resolution scans on file. Media archive. Condition of original is poor. Area covered by this map is essentially the west half of Hoboken: -Ferry Street from Bloomfield to Marshall Street, including Newark Avenue -Generally blocks from Willow Street (now Willow Avenue) to Marshall, and Ferry St to Eighteenth St. (Note: Meadow is now Park Avenue.) Numbers seen on

Image of Digital image, document: Veto by Mayor Lorenzo W. Elder of City Council resolution to procure badges for Council, Hoboken, November 18, 1863. - Documents

Digital image, document: Veto by Mayor Lorenzo W. Elder of City Council resolution to procure badges for Council, Hoboken, November 18, 1863. - Documents

Digital image, holographic document: Veto by Mayor Lorenzo W. Elder of City Council resolution to procure badges for Council, Hoboken, November 18, 1863. Veto was not sustained and resolution passed on November 25, 1863. John Kennedy, City Clerk. Original document from the files of the City Clerk, City of Hoboken.

Image of Digital image, document: Veto by Mayor Charles T. Perry of City Council resolution regarding Hudson Square, Hoboken, February 23, 1865. - Documents

Digital image, document: Veto by Mayor Charles T. Perry of City Council resolution regarding Hudson Square, Hoboken, February 23, 1865. - Documents

Digital image, holographic document: Veto by Mayor Charles T. Perry of City Council resolution regarding Hudson Square, Hoboken, Februrary 23, 1865. Discusses the "alleged" occupation of Hudson Square by a Mr. Edwin A. Stevens and "the several shanties." John Kennedy, City Clerk. Original document from the files of the City Clerk, City of Hoboken.

Image of Digital image, document: Letter by Mayor Frederick B. Ogden to City Council re plans & specifications for a new City Hall, Hoboken, Nov. 28, 1866. - Documents

Digital image, document: Letter by Mayor Frederick B. Ogden to City Council re plans & specifications for a new City Hall, Hoboken, Nov. 28, 1866. - Documents

Digital image, holographic document: Letter by Mayor Frederick B. Ogden to City Council regarding plans & specifications for a new City Hall, Hoboken, November 28, 1866. Mentions "absolute necessity of providing immediately a [police] station house..." John Kennedy, City Clerk. Original document from the files of the City Clerk, City of Hoboken.

Image of Digital image, document: Letter by Mayor Frederick W. Bohnstedt to City Council re ordinance prohibiting slaughterhouses, Hoboken, Oct. 2, 1867. - Documents

Digital image, document: Letter by Mayor Frederick W. Bohnstedt to City Council re ordinance prohibiting slaughterhouses, Hoboken, Oct. 2, 1867. - Documents

Digital image, holographic document: Letter by Mayor Frederick W. Bohnstedt to City Council recommending an ordinance prohibiting slaughterhouses, Hoboken, October 2, 1867. Since New York, Jersey City and Hudson City had recently prohibited slaugherhouses, many had moved to Hoboken with subsequent health, nuisance and drainage problems. John Kennedy, City Clerk. Original document from the files of the City Clerk, City of Hoboken.

Image of Digital image, document: Resolution of Schmersahl for war debt liquidation, adopted, signed by Mayor Frederick B. Ogden, Hoboken, Jan. 19, 1866. - Documents

Digital image, document: Resolution of Schmersahl for war debt liquidation, adopted, signed by Mayor Frederick B. Ogden, Hoboken, Jan. 19, 1866. - Documents

Digital image, holographic document: City Council resolution of Frederick Schmersahl for war debt liquidation, adopted, and signed by Mayor Frederick B. Ogden, Hoboken, Jan. 19, 1866. Schmersahl was later a mayor. John Kennedy, City Clerk. Original document from the files of the City Clerk, City of Hoboken.

Image of Digital image: Assessment for Improvements on Adams Street between Newark & First Sts., March 26, 1867. - Form

Digital image: Assessment for Improvements on Adams Street between Newark & First Sts., March 26, 1867. - Form

Digital image: Assessment for [Street] Improvements on Adams Street between Newark and First Streets, March 26, 1867. Bill no. 22 to Patrick Breen for Lot no. 13, Block No. 19. John Kennedy was Collector of Assessments. City Clerk's Office was at Odd-Fellows' Hall, Washington Street. Reverse has a holographic receipt written by the contractor, John M. Board, April 1, 1867, for $25 received for 42 loads of dirt delivered to the lot and paid for by Breen.

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

Image of Index volume for Exempt Firemen of Hoboken with names & certificate number for period 1849-ca. 1910; creation date ca. 1908-1910. - Index

Index volume for Exempt Firemen of Hoboken with names & certificate number for period 1849-ca. 1910; creation date ca. 1908-1910. - Index

Index volume for Exempt Firemen of Hoboken with names of members of Hoboken volunteer firemen with certificate number. Leather bound volume with holographic ink entries. No creation date, circa 1908-1910 A record related to the Assembly of Exempt Firemen or the Association of Exempt Volunteer Firemen of the City of Hoboken. Original volume is in collection of Hoboken Fire Department Museum. PDF on file of scanned page images & document of contents transcribed 2011; transcription on file as .rft text file. Tiffs media archive. Warning: printing the full record will result in an over fifty-page printout. Volunteer fire companies were founded in 1849 (township era) and the fraternal or

Image of Index volume for Exempt Firemen of Hoboken with names & certificate number for period 1849-ca. 1910; creation date ca. 1908-1910. - Index

Index volume for Exempt Firemen of Hoboken with names & certificate number for period 1849-ca. 1910; creation date ca. 1908-1910. - Index

Index volume for Exempt Firemen of Hoboken with names of members of Hoboken volunteer firemen with certificate number. Leather bound volume with holographic ink entries. No creation date, circa 1908-1910 A record related to the Assembly of Exempt Firemen or the Association of Exempt Volunteer Firemen of the City of Hoboken. Original volume is in collection of Hoboken Fire Department Museum. PDF on file of scanned page images & document of contents transcribed 2011; transcription on file as .rft text file. Tiffs media archive. Warning: printing the full record will result in an over fifty-page printout. Volunteer fire companies were founded in 1849 (township era) and the fraternal or