(NOTE: Titles in burgundy are links to pdf files of the collection.)
Collection 27. The Taylor Papers. Collection includes papers and records of the Taylor Family of Kingwood, as well as the Rockhill and Robeson Families. Records include legal papers, correspondence, accounts, and other miscellaneous materials. Records date from 1755  –  1915.
Collection 28. The Vosseller-Sleeper Papers. Collection includes papers and records of Elias and Bertha (Sleeper) Vosseller of Flemington. Records include correspondence, manuscripts, legal papers, and other miscellaneous material. Records date from 1794  –  1923.
Collection 29. Elizabeth Van Fleet Vosseller. Collection includes papers and records of Elizabeth Van Fleet Vosseller of Flemington. Records include correspondence, Choir School records, manuscripts, photographs of celebrities, and other miscellaneous materials. Records date from approximately 1925 to 1939.
Collection 30. The Flemington Choir School. Collection includes records, programs, photographs, and other miscellaneous materials concerning the Flemington Choir School. Records date from approximately 1907 to 1937.
Collection 31. The Capner Papers. Collection includes papers and records of the Capner family of Flemington, as well as records of associated families such as Hall, Hill, and Exton. Archives Detail | Container List
(Speical Note: in the following two collections, Hiram Deats is the father of Hiram E. Deats.)
Collection 34. The Bartles Papers Collection includes papers and records of the Bartles family of Flemington, including a large collection of saved legal papers, business records, and court documents pertaining to other Hunterdon County family names. Index to Names | Pages 1-50 | Pages 51-100 | Pages 101-150 | Pages 151-183
Collection 35. West Jersey Society Collection. Collection comprised principally of papers of the Society, and also contains papers of Robert Morris as agent, as well as some personal papers. No date range is given for this collection. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 36. The Annie Sutphin Kuhl Papers. Collection includes personal papers and papers relating to her work as Librarian in the Flemington Public Library. Most of the collection dates from 1928 to 1953, with some other papers dating from 1830 to 1898. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 37. Dr. Isaac S. Cramer Personal Papers. Collection includes correspondence, bills, internal revenue receipts, patent office papers, military records, inventory, agreements, death certificates, Grand Jury papers, accounts, and medical receipts. Records date from 1804 – 1899.
Collection 38. D. Howard Moreau Collection. Collection includes material relating to his capacity as editor and publisher of The Hunterdon Democrat. Highlighted materials include the Regional High School Debate and the columns of Hubert G. Schmidt. No date range for this collection is given.
Collection 39. Records of R. Reardon & Son, Monuments. Collection includes records and papers of the R. Reardon & Son, Monument Company, of Flemington. Records include correspondence with clients and suppliers, photographs, specifications, estimates, and other miscellaneous materials. No date range is given for this collection.
Collection 41. Records of the Larison’s Corner Church. Collection includes includes a variety of records from the Larison’s Corner Church of Ringoes, NJ. Follow link for details. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 42. Veteran’s Graves Registration Maps. This collection consists of Hunterdon County cemetery maps that mark the locations of veteran’s graves from The French and Indian War through WWII. Please see the collection inventory in the Deats Library for more details.
Collection 43. Records of the Oak Grove Grange #119. Collection includes records of the Oak Grove Grange #119 of Pittstown, NJ. Records are principally correspondence, bills, receipts, and other miscellaneous materials. Records date from approximately 1895 to 1910.
Collection 44. The Frank E. Burd Papers. Collection includes the records and papers of Frank E. Burd, of Stockton, NJ. The records are comprised of correspondence, historical notes, obituaries, genealogical material, and other miscellaneous materials. No range of record dates is given.
Collection 46. The Servis Papers. Collection includes miscellaneous papers of the Servis family of Lambertville, NJ, plus Sutphin, Hardin, and other related families. The records date from 1784 to 1872 (1928). – Download Inventory List –
Collection 47. Hunterdon County Historical Society Collection Part IV. Collection includes an amalgamation of unassociated records, many of genealogical and/or historical importance. – Download Preliminary Inventory – | – Download Inventory Part I (of 3) – | – Download Inventory Part II (of 3) – | – Download Inventory Part III (of 3) –
Collection 48. The Maud Wilson Papers. Collection includes the papers and records of Maud Wilson of Pittstown, arranged into five boxes. There are two boxes of genealogical inquiries, research, and notes; two boxes of correspondence; and a box of subject files that includes cemeteries, biographies, historical sketches; speeches; clocks; wills and deeds, HCHS material, and other miscellaneous subjects. No record dates are given for this collection. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 49. The Ida G. Bellis Collection. This collection consists entirely of genealogical material collected and researched by Ida G. Bellis. It is not maintained as a separate collection but has instead been co-located and interfiled into the Deats Genealogical Files. It may be referenced and utilized with that collection, which is available in the reference room of the Deats Memorial Library.
Collection 50. The Norman C. Wittwer Collection. Collection includes part of the papers and records of Norman C. Wittwer of Tewksbury, NJ. Records documented in the collection include Revolutionary War Pensions, township records, genealogical papers, historical notes and sketches, church records and histories, legal papers, deeds, and other miscellaneous materials. No inclusive record dates for the collection are given.