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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), New Jersey, (search)
Richard Howell1794 Joseph Bloomfield 1801 John Lambert, acting 1802 Joseph Bloomfield1803 Aaron Ogden1812 William S. Pennington 1813 Mahlon Dickerson1815 Isaac H. Williamson1817 Peter D. Vroom1829 Samuel Lewis Southard1832 Elias P. Seeley 1833 Peter D. Vroom1833 Philemon Dickerson1836 William Pennington1837 Daniel Haines1843 Charles C. Stratton1844 Daniel Haines 1848 George F. Fort 1851 Rodman M. Price 1854 William A. Newell1857 Charles S. Olden l860 Joel Parker1863 Marcus L. Ward1866 Theodore F. Randolph 1869 Joel Parker 1872 Joseph D. Bedle 1875 George B. McClellan 1878 George C. Ludlow1881 Leon Abbett 1884 Robert S. Green 1887 Leon Abbett 1890 George T. Werts1893 John W. Griggs 1896 David O. WatkinsFeb. 1, 1898 Foster M. Voorhees 1899 United States Senators. Name. No. of Congress. Term. Jonathan Elmer 1st to 2d 1789 to 1791 William Patterson1st 1789 to 1790 Philemon Dickerson 1st to 3d 1790 to 1791 John Rutherford 2d to 5th 1791 to 1798 Fr
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Ward, Marcus Laurence -1884 (search)
Ward, Marcus Laurence -1884 Born in Newark, N. J., Nov. 9, 1812; was a delegate to the National Republican conventions in Chicago in 1860 and in Baltimore in 1864; governor of New Jersey in 1865-68; chairman of the national Republican committee in 1866; member of Congress in 1873-75. He was a member of the New Jersey Historical Society, improved the condition of the State-prison, and was an active philanthropist. He died in Newark, N. J., April 25, 1884.