1860-61 Paterson Directory (published 1860)


1860-61 [published June 1860, with 4793 names - 725 more than 1859-60]

1860-61 Mahar Jeremiah, tanner, h 31 Division
[June1860]
Maher John, laborer, h 41 Congress [same as MURPHY]

Meagher Philip, laborer, h 32 Jersey
Meagher Jeremiah, laborer, bds 32 Jersey

Meagher Michael, helper, h 14 Elm
Farrelly Patrick, mason, h r 14 Elm
Brophy Mary, wid James, h 14 Elm
DELANEY Michael, laborer, h r 14 Elm
Meagher Patrick, laborer, h 63 Marshall

Harold William, laborer, h 24 Jersey
Harrel William, laborer, h 22 Jersey
Harold Michael, machinist, h 56 Marshall
Harell Richard, coppersmith, bds 75 Beech
Harell James, tailor, h 75 Beech

Brophy Andrew, laborer, h r 29 Jersey
Brophy Joseph, laborer, h 246 Marshall
Brophy Kiern, grocer, 71 Mill, h do
Bell, Lydia A. widow (House) 71 Mill [1859]
Hosford, Ann wid Philip (House) 71 Mill [1859]
Ross, Elizabeth wid John (Boards) 71 Mill [1859]
Ross, Thomas boarding (House) 11 Mill [71?] [1859]

Brophy Mark, helper, h 211 Marshall
Brophy Martin, laborer, h r 425 Main
Brophy Mary, wid James, h 14 Elm
Brophy Patrick, h 65 Mechanic
Brophy Patrick, machinist, h r 77 Marshall
Brophy Thomas, laborer, h 60 Oliver
Brophy Timothy, laborer, h 40 Jersey

Farrell John, laborer, h r 324 Main
Farrell Thomas, laborer, h 75 Marshall
Farrell John, machinist, h 68 Water
Farrelly Catharine, wid Lawrence, h 22 Ward [Farley, Farrell?]
Farrelly Thomas, laborer, h 60 Oliver
Farrelly Patrick, mason, h r 14 Elm [see Mary Brophy above]

Carroll Albert B., shoemaker, h 32 River
Carroll Charles laborer, h 63 Mill
Carroll Daniel, h 12 Jersey
Carroll Thomas, h 12 Jersey
Carroll Michael, h 10 Jersey
Carroll James, planer, h 23 Oliver
Carroll James, teamster, h 224 Main [HAROLD at 226 Main; CARROLL
with HAROLD in 1860]
Carroll William H., cutter, bds 14 Ward


p. 10-11 Ackerman - Almer
p. 12-13 Alyea - Baker
p. 14-16 Baker - Beckett
p. 16-17 BECKETT -BLACK
p. 16
Berdan John I, h 14 Ward
p. 17
Bergan James, laborer, h 119 Mechanic
Bergen Jane, wid Patrick, h 61 Jersey
Bergen Peter, helper, h 18 Jersey
Berger [sic] John, Carman, h 81 Pine
Berrigan John, laborer, h 81 Pine
Berrigan Martin, laborer, h 61 Oliver
Berrigan Patrick, turner, h 59 Mill

p. 18-19 BLACK - BRADLEY, George
p. 18
Blakeney Thomas, moulder, 13 Ward [family 130 South Ward 1860 census]
Blakeney William, shoemaker, h 11 Ward [family 139 South Ward 1860 census]

p. 20-21 BRADLEY-BROWN
p. 20
Brady Ann, wid Thomas, h 6 Jersey
Brady Daniel, machinist, h 44 Jersey
Brady Isabella, h 44 Cross
Brady James, laborer, h 56 Oliver
Brady John, laborer, h 48 Summer
Brady Mary, wid Hugh, h 56 Marshall
Brady Michael, hotel, Congress, c Cross
Brady Peter, laborer, h 70 Pine
p. 21
Brophy Andrew, laborer, h r 29 Jersey
Brophy Joseph, laborer, h 246 Marshall
Brophy Kiern, grocer, 71 Mill, h do
Brophy Mark, helper, h 211 Marshall
Brophy Martin, laborer, h r 425 Main
Brophy Mary, wid James, h 14 Elm
Brophy Patrick, h 65 Mechanic
Brophy Patrick, machinist h r 77 Marshall
Brophy Thomas, laborer, h 60 Oliver
Brophy Timothy, laborer, h 40 Jersey


p. 22 Brown - Buckley
BUCKLEY - BURNETT
Bulger Martin, laborer, h r 102 Marshall
Bulger William, blacksmith, h 102 Marshall
Burgoine William, machinist, h 63 Marshall [wife Elizabeth nee Farrell, sister of Margaret
Constantine; both married a St. Peter's Catholic Church, Belleville, Essex Co NJ]

p. 24 Burnett - Cadmus
p. 25 CADMUS, Sarah A - CANNON, Michael [no CAHILL]

p. 26-27
p. 26
Carey James, laborer, h 425 Main
Carey Thomas, laborer, h r 59 Mill
Carney George, gardener, h 63 Marshall
Carr Hugh, machinist, h 63 Mill [family 139 South Ward 1860 census]
p. 27
Cavanagh Andrew, watchman, h 132 Marshall
Cavanagh Patrick, laborer, h 134 Mill
Cavanagh William, helper, h 19 Ward
Cavanagh William, laborer, h 48 Oliver

p. 28-29
p. 29
Cody Honora, h 15 West

p. 30-31 Cody - Corey
p. 30
Cody John, grocer, 87 Mill, h do
Colaton James, laborer, h 121 Jersey
Comfort Michael, laborer, h 59 Oliver
Conley Owen, rags, h 10 Marshall
Cooney James, mason, h 91 Cross
Cooney Mary, wid h 57 Pine
Corbert John, laborer, h r 23 Marshall
[no Constantine]

p. 32-33 Corey - Cupitt
p. 32
Cosgrove Ellen, wid Patrick, h 10 Ward
Costello John, h 37 Pine
Coulter Michael, blacksmith, h 436 Main
Coulter Robert, merchant, h 157 Market
Coyle Bernard, tinsmith, h 12 John
Coyle Patrick, teamster, h 224 Main
Coyle Richard, teamster, h r 84 Congress
p. 33
Creed John, laborer, h 48 Cross

p. 34-35
p. 34
Curran Catherine, grocer, 63 Oliver, h do [family 172 South Ward 1860 census]
Curran Patrick [Curran Bowering & Co.], tin copper & sheet iron workers, 47 & 53 Main, h 36 Ward
[family 188 South Ward 1860 census]
p. 35
DAY Charles S. (Hedge & Day) acct. & commission agent, 439[?] Main, h 12 Union
DAY D. Warren, book keeper, E.R.R.Co. h 357 Straight
DAY Daniel, laborer, h r 3 Washington
DAY Jane (col.) wid William, h r 3 Washington
DAY Frederick, machinist, h 185 Van Winkle
DAY George, shoemaker, h 26 Boudinot
DAY Isabella K., wid David A., h 12 Union

p. 36-37
p. 36
DEEGAN Richard, laborer, h 6 Marshall
DEGELMAN JOHN. A., lager beer, 35 Congress, h do
DEGNAN Patrick, laborer, h r 27 Jersey
DELANEY Edward, laborer, h 98 Pine
DELANEY James, blacksmith, 1 Washington, h r 3 Washington
DELANEY James, laborer, h r 24 Jersey [same address William HARROLD]
DELANEY Michael, laborer, h r 14 Elm
DELANEY Patrick, helper, h 54 Jersey
DELANEY Patrick, laborer, h 399 Main
DELANEY Robert, laborer, h r 23 Marshall

p. 38-39 Dixon - Dougherty [no Doyle]
p. 38
Doherty James, liquors, 25 Congress, h do
p. 39
DOUGHERTY Ann, wid James, h r 324 Main [same as FARRELL,FITZPATRICK, LAWLER]
DOUGHERTY Amy, wid Matthew, h 22 Elm
DOUGHERTY Daniel, polisher, h 63 Pine
Dougherty Hugh, teacher, h r 83 Cross
DOUGHERTY James, marble cutter, bds 53 Congress
Dougherty James, tailor, h 22 Straight
DOUGHERTY James M., shoemaker, h 53 Congress
DOUGHERTY Jane, wid James, h 65 Congress
DOUGHERTY Matthew, foreman, h 142 Grand
DOUGHERTY Stephen T., blacksmith, h 29 Matlock
Dougherty William, grocer, h 83 Cross, h do
DOUGHERTY William, laborer, h 7 Boudinot
Dougherty Wm. Edgar, machinist, h 26 Union

p. 40-41 Douglass - Early [no Doyle]
p. 41
Dunphy James, paper maker, h 60 Pine
Dunphy Mary, wid Patrick, h 41 Oliver
Dunphy Robert, laborer, h 27 Jersey >>>>
Duyer Ann, hat presser, h 75 Broadway
Dwyer James, cabinet maker, h 195 Willis

p. 42-43 Eaves - Fairhurst
p. 44-45 Falconer - Flitcroft

p. 44 Fanning Eliza, wid James, h 161 Market


p. 45
Flemming David
Flemming Mary, wid William, h 28 Congress
Flemming Susan, wid Henry, grocer, 70 Cross, h do

Page027.png (corrupted) p. 46-47 Flynn - Gallagher
p. 46
Flynn Elizabeth, wid Martin, h 10 Ward [family 206 South Ward 1860 census]
no Fogarty
[p. 47 is messed up]

p. 48-49 Gallagher - Gillen
p. 50-51 Gillen - Graham
p. 52-53 Graham - Hagan
p. 54 Hagan - Hand
p. 55 Handcock - Harris
Page033.png (corrupted) p. 56 Harris - Havens
p. 57 Havens - Helms
p. 58-59 Hemingway - Hogan
p. 60-61 Hogencamp - Houston
p. 62-63 Houston - Inglis
p. 64-65 Inglis - Johnson

p. 66-67 Johnson - Kempton
p. 66
Jordan Jeremiah, laborer, bds York av c Lafayette
Jordan John, paper maker, h 40 Congress (or 10 Congress?)
Kahoe John, blacksmith, 60 Congress, h do
Kahoe Patrick, shoemaker, Mill c Oliver, h do
p. 67
Kavanagh Thomas, laborer, h 65 Pearl
Kay Abraham, turner, h 37 Jersey
Kay Henry, spinner, h 92 Van Winkle
Kay William, blacksmith, h 9 Passaic
Keegan John, laborer, h 21 Jersey
Keenan Ann, h 22 Passaic
Keenan James, helper, h 137 Grand
Keenan John, laborer, h 44 Oliver
Keenan Margaret, wid Patrick, liquors, 84 Mill, h do

Page040.png (corrupted) p. 68-69 Kenard - King
p. 68
Kenney Esther, wid Patrick, h 31 Hamburgh av
Kenney John, grocer, 51 Marshall
Kenney Patrick, machinist, h 31 Hamburgh av
Key George, h 104 Pine
KEYS JOHN, grocer, 72 Cross, h do
Keys Martin, laborer, h r 37 Mill
Keys Thomas, blacksmith, h 70 Marshall
Keys William, laborer, h 39 Jersey

p. 70-71 Kingsland - Langstaff
p. 70
Kinna Patrick, butcher, h 32 Marshall
Kinnan Patrick, butcher, 30 Marshall, h 32 do
Kinnan Thomas, h 13 Mechanic

p. 72-73 Langwith - Locke
p. 74-75 Lockwood - McBride

p. 76-77 McBride - McElroy
p. 76 McBride - McConaghy
McBride Peter, laborer, h r 70 Pine
McCabe John, laborer, h 423 Main
McCabe Paggy, wid, h 324 Main
McCann Patrick, h 49 John
McCann Patrick, laborer, h 134 Mill
McCanna James, laborer, h r 102 Marshall
McCollom John, carpenter, h 62 Oliver
McCollom Samuel, grocer, 2 Marshall, h do [family 211 South Ward 1860 census Samuel M Cullen]

p. 78-79 McElwee - McKiernan
no McGrath
p. 79
McIlhannan Patrick, laborer, h 47 Grand
McKane James, h 225 Mill
McKanna Hugh, harness maker, h 6 Ryerson
McKenna Arthur, laborer, h 60 Marshall
McKenna Felix, liquors, h 10 Marshall
McKenna James, engineer, h 33 Godwin
McKenna Lawrence, painter, h Jackson, c Clay

Page046.pngp. 80-81 McKiernan - Mahoney
[no Magrath]
p. 82-83 Mahoney - May
p. 84-85 May - Miller
p. 86-87 Milligan - Morrow
p. 86
Moore Fenton, helper, h 80 Pine
p. 87
Morris Charles B., bds Exchange Hotel
Morris James, weaver, h 58 Jersey
Morris John, laborer, h 31 River
Morris Lawrence, shoemaker, 59 Oliver, h do
Morris Michael, grocer, 25 Jersey, h do

p. 88-89 Morrow - Murray
p. 88
Mulholland Daniel, moulder, h r 132 Mill
Mulholland James, carpenter, h 86 Pine
Mulholland Patrick, laborer, h 61 Oliver
p. 89
Mulrooney Edward, farmer, h 72 Clinton
Mulroony James, laborer, h 28 Jersey
MURPHY EDWARD, grocer, 8 West, h 10 West
Murphy James, coachman, h 41 Congress [same as MAHER]
Murphy John, boiler maker, h 135 Grand
MURPHY JOHN, dyer and bleacher, Victory Mills, h 15 Smith
Murphy John D., dresser, h 137 Mill
MURPHY MICHAEL B., grocer, 26 Congress, h do
Murphy Patrick, carpenter, h 39 Division
Murphy Patrick, laborer, h 86 Pine
Murphy Peter, laborer, h 26 Jersey
Murphy Thomas, h 41 Congress
Murphy William, laborer, h 14 Lynch's al

p. 90-91 Murray - Oechsterah
p. 92-93 (partially corrupted O'Flaherty-?
p. 94-95
Phelan Daniel, laborer, h 22 Van Houten
Phelan Dennis, helper, h 59 Mill
Phelan Jeremiah, laborer, h 53 Oliver [dau m. Kieran MURPHY]
Phelan John, laborer, h 121 Jersey
Phelan John, laborer, h r 34 Marshall
Phelan Lawrence, laborer, h 59 Mill
Phelan Margaret, wid Michael, h 119 Spruce [or 149 Spruce]
Phelan Michael, helper, h r 39 Jersey
Phelan Patrick, laborer, h 145 Mechanic
Phelan Sarah, h r 34 Marshall

p. 96-97 Platt - Prall
p. 98-99
PRATT John, laborer, h 269 Mll
QUAINE John H., clerk, Congress hall, h 267 Straight
QUAINE Patrick, gardener, h 175 Market
QUIGLEY Catherine, h 14 Mill
QUIGLEY Michael, grocer, Mill, cor Cedar
QUIGLEY Patrick, laborer, Mill, cor Cedar
QUINLAN Mary, wid Patrick, h r 59 Mill

p. 100-101 Rawson - Roberts
p. 102-103 Roberts -Russell
p. 104 Russell - Salmon
p. 105 Salter - Scanlan
p. 106-107 Scanlon-Shervan

p. 108-109
p. 108
Silk Mary, wid John, varieties, h 65 Marshall

p. 110-111 Smith, Frederick - Somerville
p. 112-113
p. 113
St John's Catholic Orphan Asylum, (boys) 51 Church
StLawrence Patrick, mason, h 160 Marshall
Stafford John, finisher, h 63 Oliver
Stafford Nicholas, laborer, h r 25 Jersey
Stanley James, laborer, h 54 Cross
Stanley Thomas, butcher, 86 Mill [family 142 South Ward 1860 census]
Stanley Thomas, grocer, 65 Mill, h do
STANLEY WILLIAM, butcher, 83 Congress, h Prospect

p. 114-115

p. 114
Stewart Jane, wid David, h 18 Ward [family 200 South Ward 1860 census]
[Farrelly Catharine, wid Lawrence, h 22 Ward - family 196 South Ward 1860 census]
[Berdan John I, h 14 Ward - family 202 South Ward 1860 census]
[Flynn Elizabeth, wid Martin, h 10 Ward - family 206 South Ward 1860 census]
[McCollom Samuel, grocer, 2 Marshall, h do - family 211 South Ward 1860 census Samuel M Cullen]
[Curran Patrick [Curran Bowering & Co.], tin copper & sheet iron workers, 47 & 53 Main, h 36 Ward -
family 188 South Ward 1860 census]


p. 116-117 Stubbs - Terhune
p. 118-119 no THORNTON
p. 118 many Thompson, including
Thompson James, carpenter, h 27 Washington



Tracy James, laborer, h 48 Cross
TRACEY MICHAEL, tavern, 41 John, h do

p. 122-123 Van Allen - Van Houten
p. 124-125 Van Houten - Van Valkenburgh

Wade Catharine, wid James, h 47 John


Warren John J., machinist, h 24 Elm
Warren Joseph, farmer, h Main, ab toll gate
Warren Peter, bar tender, Museum Hotel
Warren Richard, hides, &c., 127 Van Winkle, h 5 Washington


p. 130-131
Whalen Martin, laborer, h r 77 Marshall
Whalen Simon, laborer, h r 77 Marshall

p. 132-133 Wild - Wirth
p. 134-135 Wirth, Charles - Zuttehrkirc
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1860 Kinnar Patrick, 32 Marshall [Business Section, p. 142 under "Butchers"]
1860 Morris Lawrence, 59 Oliver [Business Section, p. 142 under "Boot and Shoemakers"]
1860 Cody John, 87 Mill [Business Section, p. 153 under "Grocers"]
1860 Hayes Honora, 34 Marshall [Business Section, p. 153 under "Grocers"]
1860 Morris Michael, 25 Jersey [Business Section, p. 154 under "Grocers"]

addresses of interest

Phelan Dennis, helper, h 59 Mill
Phelan Lawrence, laborer, h 59 Mill

Carroll Charles laborer, h 63 Mill