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Name Parslow, William N.
Occupation Established funeral home in 1855 that was in business as of 1916 that continued in business under Ivins D. Applegate at 225 Washington St., Hoboken, N.J.
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Image of Receipt for the Estate of Frank P. Markey of Hoboken, N.J. from Ivins D. Applegate, Funeral Director, Hoboken, Oct. 5, 1916. - Receipt

Receipt for the Estate of Frank P. Markey of Hoboken, N.J. from Ivins D. Applegate, Funeral Director, Hoboken, Oct. 5, 1916. - Receipt

Receipt for the Estate of Frank P. Markey of Hoboken, N.J. from Ivins D. Applegate, Funeral Director, Embalmer, 225 Washington Street, Hoboken, Oct. 5, 1916. Payment was for the expenses of the June 23, 1916 funeral. The billhead has a triptych photo with an exterior view of the building and two interior views. The business was established in 1855 by William N. Parslow.

Image of Bill, dated Nov. 7, 1913, from Ivins D. Applegate, Funeral Director to Mrs. Annie Henry for the funeral of John F. Henry. - Bill

Bill, dated Nov. 7, 1913, from Ivins D. Applegate, Funeral Director to Mrs. Annie Henry for the funeral of John F. Henry. - Bill

Bill, dated Nov. 7, 1913, from Ivins D. Applegate, Funeral Director, 225 Washington St., Hoboken, N.J. to Mrs. Annie Henry, 716 Bloomfield St. for the funeral expenses for interment of John F. Henry, Oct. 17th, 1913. The billhead has a triptych photo with an exterior view of the building and two interior views. Bill is 14" long x 8.5" wide with columnar format on both sides. The business was established in 1855 by William N. Parslow.

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

Image of Printed B+W photograph of Ivins D. Applegate, undertaker, funeral parlor, 225 Washington St., Hoboken, no date, ca. 1906-1908. - Print, Photographic

Printed B+W photograph of Ivins D. Applegate, undertaker, funeral parlor, 225 Washington St., Hoboken, no date, ca. 1906-1908. - Print, Photographic

Printed black-and-white photograph of Ivins D. Applegate, undertaker, funeral parlor, 225 Washington St., Hoboken, no date, ca. 1906-1908. As published on page 30 of "Hoboken Illustrated", 1909. See primary record in library catalog, 2005.024.0002. Business established in 1855 by William N. Parslow and succeeded by Applegate. Not credited, but photograph was possibly taken by Ernst F. Walter of Hoboken. See primary record and related.