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Conklins of Elizabeth[-town], Westfield, Springfield, Newark, and Livingston (1665 - 1896).  Compiled by Diane Hutchins.
Place Year Date Person, Surname Person, Given Name Event Source
Elizabethtown 1665 19-Feb Concklin Benjamin Took "Oath of A Leagance and Fidelity" as a male inhabitant of Elizabeth Town. History of Elizabeth, New Jersey : including the early history of Union County [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data: Hatfield, Edwin F.. History of Elizabeth, New Jersey : including the early history of Union County. New York: Carlton & Lanahan, 1868.  p. 57
Elizabethtown 1667 22 and 26 Oct Concklyne Benjamin Sold part of his East Hampton holdings including ten acres of woodlot that he had purchased of his brother Jeremiah Concklin.  On those dates, Benjamin Is described as being "of Elizabethtown, N.J." "The Family of Conckelyne, Conklin and Conkling in America" by Conklin Mann.  American Genealogist, Vol. 21, p. 133.
Elizabeth 1731 5-Apr Conkling Joseph Purchased land in Elizabethtown from Anthony Littell and his wife, Mary.  Property began "… at a stake standing by the highway which leads to Cranes Mill thence running south thirty five degrees and twenty minutes and twenty chains and ninety one links to a rock standing in low ground and stones in the said rock thence south fourty five degrees and fourty five minutes East sixteen chains and fourty one links to a stake standing near a round Swamp which joins [?] to the land of Joshua Clark - thence running south sixty degrees west fifteen chains and twenty two links to a stake standing about sixteen [?] or eighteen rods southeasterly from the house of Joseph Halsey [is this the father of Sarah Halsey, Joshua Conklin's wife?] thence [?] running north twenty one degrees and twenty minutes west twenty three Chains and twenty eight links to a large swamp white oak tree thence running south eighty two degrees west five Chains and seventeen [?] links to a stake thence North eighteen degrees and thirty minutes west thirteen chains and seventy links to the above mentioned highway thence running north seventy three degrees and forty five minutes East seven chains to the place where it first began Containing thirty five acres and a half butted and bounded Northwesterly by the said Highway and on the other sides by land claimed by the said Anthony Littell (about one third of a line is omitted here owing to the original being worn out in the fold) ..."  Signed with the marks of Anthony and Mary Littel.  Witnessed by John Blanchard and Benjamin Howard.  [See 22 April 1784 entry for David and Daniel Conkling in Elizabeth.] Deeds, v. D-E, 1798 - 1801, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 911900.  Book E, pp. 22 - 24
Elizabeth c. 1733   Conklin Mary [née Cory] Born at Elizabethtown, daughter of Joseph and Mary Cory. Manuscript Group 1408, 212.  Charles Caroll Gardner, Genealogist.  Repository:  New Jersey Historical Society.  Genealogy Collection.  Call Number:  MG 1408
Elizabeth 1750   Conklin  Joseph Signs Elizabethtown Bill in Chancery "A Preliminary List of the Signers of the 'Answer' to the Elizabethtown Bill in Chancery (1750) [Missing the last portion … to be added when available]".  Posted on http://www.westfieldnjhistory.com/files/Answer_signers.htm
Elizabeth c. 1752   Conklin Isaac Born in Elizabethtown, son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory.  [For estimated year of birth, see entry for Isaac for 1786 Elizabeth.  Note on transcription of church record indicates that Isaac died on 19 February, 1828 at the age of 76.] Manuscript Group 1408, 212.  Charles Caroll Gardner, Genealogist.  Repository:  New Jersey Historical Society.  Genealogy Collection.  Call Number:  MG 1408
[Elizabeth?] 1754   Conklin Joshua Married Sarah Halsey, daughter of General Joseph Halsey. Ancestry.com. Genealogical and memorial history of the state of New Jersey : a book of the achievements of her people in the making of a comm [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Genealogical and memorial history of the state of New Jersey : a book of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation.  New York:  Lewis Historical Publishing Col, 1910, p. 935.
Elizabeth 1755 1-Sep Conkling David On list of Elizabeth Town Freeholders Transcript of New Jersey Historical Proceedings, Second Series, Vol. XIII, p. 25, Et. [sic] seq. A List of the Freeholders in the County of Essex Sept. 1, 1755 posted on http://www.westfieldnjhistory.com/files/Freeholders.Essex.1755.htm
Elizabeth 1755 1-Sep Conkling Joshua On list of Elizabeth Town Freeholders Transcript of New Jersey Historical Proceedings, Second Series, Vol. XIII, p. 25, Et. [sic] seq. A List of the Freeholders in the County of Essex Sept. 1, 1755 posted on http://www.westfieldnjhistory.com/files/Freeholders.Essex.1755.htm
Elizabeth 1755 1-Sep Conkling Joseph On list of Elizabeth Town Freeholders Transcript of New Jersey Historical Proceedings, Second Series, Vol. XIII, p. 25, Et. [sic] seq. A List of the Freeholders in the County of Essex Sept. 1, 1755 posted on http://www.westfieldnjhistory.com/files/Freeholders.Essex.1755.htm
Elizabeth (Williams Farms) 1755 29-Jul Conklin Joseph Born.  Parents were Joshua Conklin and Sarah Halsey, per Gardner MG1408.  According to Littell's First Settlers of Passaic Valley, New Jersey, Joseph was the first child of Joshua and was the brother of John, who married Jerusha Haines, William Conklin, who married Sarah Halsey, Joshua, who married Polly Johnson, and Benjamin, who married Mary High.  The "Genealogical and Memorial History of the State of New Jersey" states that Sarah Halsey, the daughter of General Joseph Halsey, married Joshua Conklin in 1754.  According to Gardner MG 1408, Joseph was the husband of "Miss [Phebe?] Crissy."  Littell states that Miss Crissy was the sister of Moses Crissy of Elizabethtown.  [See Elizabeth entries for 10 June and 24 June 1794.] Manuscript Group 1408, 212.  Charles Caroll Gardner, Genealogist.  Repository:  New Jersey Historical Society.  Genealogy Collection.  Call Number:  MG 1408; Family records:  or, Genealogies of the first settlers of Passaic Valley…, Littell, digital copy from Google books, p. 87
Elizabeth (Williams Farms) 1757 10-Mar Conklin William Born.  Parents were Joshua Conklin and Sarah Halsey, per Gardner MG1408.  Littell states that William married Sarah Halsey on 6 March 1780. Manuscript Group 1408, 212.  Charles Caroll Gardner, Genealogist.  Repository:  New Jersey Historical Society.  Genealogy Collection.  Call Number:  MG 1408
Elizabeth (Williams Farms) 1759 5-May Conklin Joshua Born.  Parents were Joshua Conklin and Sarah Halsey, per Gardner MG1408.  Joshua was a twin to John Conklin.  Gardner gives Joshua's date of birth as May 3.  However, John's pension application gives a date of birth as May 5.  Gardner states that Joshua's wife was Mary Johnson.  Littell [p. 87] says that Joshua married Polly Johnson, sister of John Johnson of New York.  The notation "Spring Valley" appears to the right of Joshua's name on the Gardner family group sheet. Manuscript Group 1408, 212.  Charles Caroll Gardner, Genealogist.  Repository:  New Jersey Historical Society.  Genealogy Collection.  Call Number:  MG 1408
Elizabeth 1759 5-May Conklin John Born.  Parents were Joshua Conklin and Sarah Halsey, per Gardner MG1408.  According to Littell's First Settlers of Passaic Valley, New Jersey, John was the brother of Joseph, who married Miss [Phebe?] Crissy, William Conklin, who married Sarah Halsey, Joshua, who married Polly Johnson, and Benjamin, who married Mary High.  John was the twin of Joshua, Jr. NARA M804. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives Catalog ID #3000221832, Record Group:  15,  Pension #S 2464.  [1832 Pension application of John Conklin of Elizabeth, NJ]  Digital copy of original on footnote.com.  Note:  Gardner MG 1408 gives place of birth of John Conklin as Williams Farms.  John Conklin's 1832 pension application gives his place of birth as Elizabeth.
Elizabeth 1763 5-Jun Haines Jerusha Born in Elizabethtown, daughter of Benjamin and Catherine Haines Manuscript Group 1408, 212.  Charles Caroll Gardner, Genealogist.  Repository:  New Jersey Historical Society.  Genealogy Collection.  Call Number:  MG 1408
[Elizabeth?] 1770 17-May Conklin "Sarah, the wife of Joshua Conklin" Died.  [See 20 May 1776 entry for Elizabeth for death record for [second?] "wife of Joshua Conklin".  See 4 July 1794 entry for Elizabeth for death record of [third?] "wife of Joshua."] Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (and Vicinity) Above Chatham by John Littell, 1852.  Digital copy from Google books, p. 88.
Elizabeth 1774 6-Aug Conklin Benjamin Married by Rev. James Caldwell of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown (who was killed 24 November 1781 at Elizabethtown Point) to Hannah Hatfield.  Benjamin was the son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory. NARA M804.  Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives Catalog ID 300022, Record Group:  15, Pension #R. 2, 210.  [1852 pension application of Benjamin's daughter, Elizabeth Pool (Mrs. Jacob)]  Digital copy of original on footnote.com.  Page 4, image 11.
Elizabeth 1776   Conklin Hannah [née Hatfield] Joined congregation of First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth-Town.    "Church Manual, for the Members Of The First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth-Town, N.J. Compiled By John M'Dowell, D.D. Pastor; And Published By Order Of Said Church.  Elizabeth-Town:  Printed By J. And E. Sanderson.  Dec. 1824  Transcribed and published By David James Honea-Phillips Sparks, Nevada March 5, 2000 ..."  Posted on http://westfieldnjhistory.com/files/firstpre.htm
Elizabeth 1776 20-May Conklin "Wife of Joshua Conklin"  [Sarah née Halsey?] Died.  [See 17 May 1770 entry for Elizabeth for [first?] wife of Joshua Conklin.  See 4 July 1794 for Elizabeth for [third?] wife of Joshua Conklin.] "Record Book of the Sextons of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown, Essex County (Now Elizabeth, Union County), New Jersey, Communicated by Edmund Janes Cleveland, of Hartford, Conn."  From New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 44, July 1890, p. 268.
[Elizabeth??]  Essex County c. 1776?   Conkling Joshua Appears in Officers and Men in the Revolutionary War, having served out of Essex County, New Jersey. Official Register of the Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War, William S. Stryker, (1872) p. 549.  (digital copy on books.Google.com)
Elizabeth 1776   Conklin John Served in NJ militia as a private.  According to John's pension application, he was a resident of Elizabeth, New Jersey, when called to serve in the New Jersey Militia (infantry) in September 1776 and served until the end of the war.  "In the fall of 1778 he again served with Col. Potter, Captain Benjamin Williams, Lieut Abraham Marsh, was stationed at Milton near Rahway one month - quartered in the house of one Freeman, had a skirmish with the enemy close to the quarters, enemy retreated to Amboy.  John [A. Marsh?] who was since killed by a fall from his horse, and Daniel Conklin from his neighbourhood were both in the same company - both of them are dead ..." NARA M804. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives Catalog ID #3000221832, Record Group:  15,  Pension #S 2464.  [Pension application of John Conklin of Elizabeth, NJ]  Digital copy of original on footnote.com.
Elizabeth 1776   Conklin Benjamin [son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory] Served in NJ militia as private in the Light Horse Company commanded by Capt. Meeker and Col. William Crane. NARA M804.  Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives Catalog ID 300022, Record Group:  15, Pension #R. 2, 210.  [1852 pension application of Benjamin's daughter, Elizabeth Pool (Mrs. Jacob)]  Digital copy of original on footnote.com.
Elizabeth 1778 Fall Conklin Daniel Mentioned in 1832 pension application of John Conklin of Elizabeth which states "In the fall of 1778 he [John Conklin] again served under Col. Potter, Captn Benjamin Williams, Lieut Abraham Marsh, was stationed at Milton near Rahway one month - quartered in the home of one Freeman, had a skirmish with the enemy close to the quarters, enemy retreated to Amboy.  John A[Marsh?] who was since killed by a fall from his horse, and Daniel Conklin from his neighborhood were both in the same company - both of them are dead." NARA M804. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives Catalog ID #3000221832, Record Group:  15,  Pension #S 2464.  [Pension application of John Conklin of Elizabeth, NJ]  Digital copy of original on footnote.com.
Essex County [Elizabeth?] 1779 22-Feb Conklin Joseph Wrote will.  Names:  Wife, Mary [Cory]; sons, Isaac, Moses, Benjamin, Joseph, and Stephen; daughters, Phoebe, Sarah.  Witness:  Joshua Conkling.  Will probated 11 January 1784.  Essex County, New Jersey Book 26, p. 453.  According to MG 1408, Conklin Family, Gardner Collection, spouses of the children of Joseph and Mary Conklin were as follows:  Stephen married Anne Crane; Mary married William Panbgorn; Sarah married Peter Martin; Phebe married William Jones; Isaac married Joanna Williams, Joseph married Rebecca Ross; Moses married Margaret Woodruff, and Benjamin married Hannah Hatfield. Conklin-Conkling Bible Records, Cannon Family Bible from Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Vol. 118, Issue #10, (Dec 1984), p. 788.  
Elizabeth 1779 26-Feb Conkling Joseph [husband of Mary Cory] Died.  Note:  "Inscriptions on Tombstones and Monuments in the Burying Grounds of The First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892" gives Joseph's date of death as 24 February 1779.   "Record Book of the Sextons of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown, Essex County (Now Elizabeth, Union County), New Jersey, Communicated by Edmund Janes Cleveland, of Hartford, Conn."  From New England Historical and Genealogical Register, October 1890, p. 358.  Also, Ancestry.com.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.?  : unknown, 1892.  First Presbyterian Church entry #982, p. 143.
Elizabeth 1779 16-Nov Conkling "Sister of Moses" [daughter of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory?] Died "Record Book of the Sextons of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown, Essex County (Now Elizabeth, Union County), New Jersey, Communicated by Edmund Janes Cleveland, of Hartford, Conn."  From New England Historical and Genealogical Register, October 1890, p. 359.  
[Elizabeth??] 1780 March Conklin William Married Sarah Halsey.   Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (and Vicinity) Above Chatham by John Littell, 1852.  Digital copy from Google books, p. 87.
Elizabeth 1780 Oct Concklin Isaac  [son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory?] Appears in October tax list for Elizabeth Township, Essex County.  Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," October Tax List, p. 125.
Elizabeth 1780 Oct Concklin Joseph  [son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory?  Or son of Joshua?] Appears in October Tax List for Elizabeth Township, Essex County.  Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," October Tax List, p. 125.
Elizabeth 1780 Oct Concklin Josehua [sic?]  [son of Joshua, twin of John, or father of Joshua and John?] Appears in October Tax List for Elizabeth Township, Essex County.  Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," October Tax List, p. 125.
Elizabeth 1780 Oct Concklin Mary [widow of Joseph?] Appears in October Tax List for Elizabeth Township, Essex County. Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," October Tax List, p. 125.
Elizabeth 1780 Oct Concklin Sophia Appears in October Tax List for Elizabeth Township, Essex County. Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," October Tax List, p. 125.
Elizabeth 1780 Oct Concklin William [son of Joshua, husband of Sarah Halsey?] Appears in October Tax List for Elizabeth Township, Essex County.   Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," October Tax List, p. 125.
Elizabeth 1782 20-Nov Conklin "Child of Moses" [grandchild of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory?] Died "Record Book of the Sextons of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown, Essex County (Now Elizabeth, Union County), New Jersey, Communicated by Edmund Janes Cleveland, of Hartford, Conn."  From New England Historical and Genealogical Register, January 1891, p. 44.  
Elizabeth 1783 10-Feb Conkling "Child of Joshua"  Died.  Note:  Gardner (MG 1408) gives this child's date of death as 10 February 1784. "Record Book of the Sextons of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown, Essex County (Now Elizabeth, Union County), New Jersey, Communicated by Edmund Janes Cleveland, of Hartford, Conn."  From New England Historical and Genealogical Register, January 1891, p. 44.
Essex County [Elizabeth?] 1784 11-Jan Conklin Joseph Will probated. Conklin-Conkling Bible Records, Cannon Family Bible from Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Vol. 118, Issue #10, (Dec 1984), p. 788.  
Elizabeth 1784 22-Apr Conkling David Sold parcel of land in Elizabeth to Amos Clark of Elizabeth.  Property bordered lands owned by Jonathan Williams, Samuel Williams (formerly Abraham Meeker's land), and James Meeker.  Deeds, v. A2, 1815 - 1816, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 904117.  Book A2, pp. 510 - 511.
Elizabeth 1784 22-Apr Conkling David and Daniel Jointly sold parcel of land in Elizabeth to Amos Clark.  Property bordered land owned by Samuel Williams ("… on the road leading from Crane's Mills to Elizabeth Town") formerly owned by Abraham Meekers, Amos Clark's land (formerly David Conkling's), and Jonathan Williams.  [See 5 April 1731 entry for Elizabeth.] Deeds, v. A2, 1815 - 1816, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 904117.  Book A2, pp. 511 - 513.
Elizabeth 1785   Conklin Wife of John [Jerusha Haines?] Became a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth. Transcription from Ancestry.com.  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.  Original data:  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth : typescript (carbon copy),. 1984, p. 4.
Elizabeth 1786   Conklin Isaac [son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory; husband of Joanna Williams] Joined congregation of First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth-Town.  Note on Ancestry.com transcription states "Decd. Feb. 19, 1828 at Cincinnati, aet. 76."  [Born c. 1752] "Church Manual, for the Members Of The First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth-Town, N.J. Compiled By John M'Dowell, D.D. Pastor; And Published By Order Of Said Church.  Elizabeth-Town:  Printed By J. And E. Sanderson.  Dec. 1824  Transcribed and published By David James Honea-Phillips Sparks, Nevada March 5, 2000 ..."  Posted on http://westfieldnjhistory.com/files/firstpre.htm; Transcription from Ancestry.com.  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.  Original data:  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth : typescript (carbon copy),. 1984, p. 5.
Elizabeth 1786   Conklin John [son of Joshua Conklin, husband of Jerusha?] Joined congregation of First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth-Town. "Church Manual, for the Members Of The First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth-Town, N.J. Compiled By John M'Dowell, D.D. Pastor; And Published By Order Of Said Church.  Elizabeth-Town:  Printed By J. And E. Sanderson.  Dec. 1824  Transcribed and published By David James Honea-Phillips Sparks, Nevada March 5, 2000 ..."  Posted on http://westfieldnjhistory.com/files/firstpre.htm
Elizabeth 1788   Conklin Benjamin [son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory] Joined congregation of First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth-Town.  Note on transcription states "Decd. May 9, 1811."  Benjamin was the husband of Hannah Hatfield. Transcription from Ancestry.com.  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.  Original data:  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth : typescript (carbon copy),. 1984, p. 5.
Elizabeth 1788 23-Jan Conklin Joseph Died.  [Note:  Which Joseph Conklin is this?  Could he be the Joseph who purchased land from Anthony Littell in 1731? Joseph Conklin, the husband of "Miss Crissy?" Josephs who are ruled out:  Joseph Conklin who was the husband of Mary Cory died in 1779;  Joseph Conklin, the son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory, was alive in 1803 when he signed a deed with his wife, Rebecca, in Westfield in 1803.] "Record Book of the Sextons of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown, Essex County (Now Elizabeth, Union County), New Jersey, Communicated by Edmund Janes Cleveland, of Hartford, Conn."  From New England Historical and Genealogical Register, January 1891, p. 45.
Elizabeth  1788 19-Feb Conklin William Appears in a notice in the Elizabethtown publication, the New Jersey Journal,  as follows:  "WHEREAS the Subscribers, did, on or about the 31st day of July, in the year of our Lord, 1786, execute to the Rev. Francis Peppard, Stephen Whitaker, Moses Allen, and William Conklin, severally, four different bonds, conditioned for the payment of certain sums of money; and whereas it was the true intent, and meaning of the parties, that the money mentioned in said bonds, should not be payable, till certain conditions should be performed by the said obligees, which conditions they have not performed. -- The public is therefore cautioned against taking any assignment, of any of said bonds, as the subscribers do not hold themselves liable to pay the same.  JONATHAN WHITAKER, NATHANIEL WHITAKER.  Bernards-Town, February 19, 1788." New Jersey Journal, 20 Feb 1788, Issue 230, p. [3].  Viewed in American's Historical Newspapers.
Elizabeth 1789   Conklin John Joined congregation of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth-Town. Transcription from Ancestry.com.  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.  Original data:  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth : typescript (carbon copy), 1984, p. 5.
Elizabeth 1791 15-Sep Conklin child of William Died. "Record Book of the Sextons of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown, Essex County (Now Elizabeth, Union County), New Jersey, Communicated by Edmund Janes Cleveland, of Hartford, Conn."  From New England Historical and Genealogical Register, January 1891, p. 47.
Elizabeth 1791 31-May Conklin Catherine Born.  According to Gardner, she was the daughter of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines and the wife of Isaac Conklin, Jr., who was the son of Isaac Conklin and Joanna Williams.  Catherine died on 16 May 1872. Manuscript Group 1408, 212.  Charles Caroll Gardner, Genealogist.  Repository:  New Jersey Historical Society.  Genealogy Collection.  Call Number:  MG 1408
Elizabeth 1792 14-Nov Conklin "Child of Phebe"  [Child of Joseph Conklin and [Phebe?] Crissy?] Died. "Record Book of the Sextons of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown, Essex County (Now Elizabeth, Union County), New Jersey, Communicated by Edmund Janes Cleveland, of Hartford, Conn."  From New England Historical and Genealogical Register, January 1891, p. 48.
Essex County [Elizabeth?] 1793 June Conkling Joseph [son of Joshua Conklin?] Appears in June Tax List for Essex County.  No township is listed. Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," June Tax List.
Essex County [Elizabeth?] 1793 June Conklin, Jr. Joseph [son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory, husband of Rebecca Ross?] Appears in June Tax List for Essex County.  No township is listed. Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," June Tax List.
Essex County [Possibly Elizabeth or Westfield?] 1793 June Conklin Moses [son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory?] Appears in Essex County June Tax List.  No township is listed.  According to Gardner, MG 1408, Moses was the son of Joseph Conklin and the husband of Margaret Woodruff. Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," June Tax List.
Elizabeth 1794 1-Jun Conklin William and John [sons of Joshua?] Bought property from Robinson Thomas.  All parties are described as being from Elizabeth.  The property is described as formerly being part of the homestead of Daniel Tooker.  The land borders property owned by Abraham Clark, Benjamin Mulford, John Terrill, Daniel Halsey, Amos Terrill, and Robinson Thomas.   Deeds, v. C2 - D2, 1816 - 1818, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 904119.  Book D2, pp. 181 - 182.
Elizabeth 1794 2 Feb. Conklin  Joanna [née Williams, wife of Isaac] Joined congregation of First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth-Town.  Note:  Month and day given in Ancestry.com transcription. "Church Manual, for the Members Of The First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth-Town, N.J. Compiled By John M'Dowell, D.D. Pastor; And Published By Order Of Said Church.  Elizabeth-Town:  Printed By J. And E. Sanderson.  Dec. 1824  Transcribed and published By David James Honea-Phillips Sparks, Nevada March 5, 2000 ..."  Posted on http://westfieldnjhistory.com/files/firstpre.htm; Transcription from Ancestry.com.  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.  Original data:  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth : typescript (carbon copy),. 1984.  p. 6.
Elizabeth 1794 10-Jun Conkling James [son of Joseph Conklin and Miss [Phebe?] Crissy [Miss Crissy is the sister of Moses Crissy per Littell, p. 87] Appears in notice posted by Moses Crissy in the New Jersey Journal, 11 June 1794, Vol. XI, Issue 556 and 18 June 1794, Vol. XI, Issue 557.  "Sixpence Reward.  Ran away the 17th ultimo, an Apprentice Boy, named JAMES CONKLING, about 19 years of age.  All persons are forbid harbouring or employing him; and whoever will bring him home, shall have the above reward and reasonable charges.  MOSES CRISSY.  Elizabeth-Town, June 10, 1794." New Jersey Journal, 11 June 1794, Vol. XI, Issue 556, p. [3] and 18 June 1794, Vol. XI, Issue 557, p. [4].  Viewed on America's Historical Newspapers through NEHGS.
Elizabeth 1794 24-Jun Conkling James [son of Joseph Conklin and Miss [Phebe?] Crissy [Miss Crissy is the sister of Moses Crissy per Littell, p. 87] Appears in notice posted by Phebe Conkling in the New Jersey Journal, 9 July, 1794, Vol. XI, Issue 560.  "WHEREAS Moses Crissy advertised in the public papers, his late apprentice, James Conkling, as having ran away, offering Six Pence reward to any person that would bring him back -- This is to inform the public, that the said boy was his own sister's son, that the clothes he had on, and in which Moses Crissy was to have found him, were valued at Six Pence when he got to New-York, where he now is, to the great satisfaction of his present employer, as well as to his mother.  PHEBE CONKLING.  June 24, 1794."  NOTE:  A Joseph Conklin appears in a notice in the Columbian, dated 31 March, 1810, in Vol. I, Issue 163, p. [1], New York, New York, in which "[n]otice is given to all the creditors of Moses Crissey, insolvent debtor, that they show cause, if any they have, before the said recorder, at his office in the city of New York, on the 10th day of May next ...  Joseph Conklin and others, petitioning creditors."  In the New York Columbian issue of 9 May 1820, Vol. XI, Issue 3017, p. [2] is the following notice:  "An inquest was held by the Coroner yesterday morning on the body of an unknown Man, found floating near the Battery - had on a long blue cloth coat, blue jacket, and striped vest, mixed colored pantaloons, and laced boots - about 5 feet 8 inches in stature, but so much decayed that his age could not be distinguished.  There was found in his pocket an assignment signed by Moses Crispy [sic?] to Joseph Conklin, and witnessed by Jasper E. Ruckel." New Jersey Journal, 9 July 1794, Vol. XI, Issue 560, p. [4].  Viewed on America's Historical Newspapers through NEHGS.
Elizabeth 1794 4-Jul Conklin Wife of Joshua Died.  [See entry for 17 May 1770 for Elizabeth for death record for [first?] wife of Joshua Conklin.  See 20 May 1776 entry for Elizabeth for death record for [second?] wife of Joshua Conklin.] "Record Book of the Sextons of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown, Essex County (Now Elizabeth, Union County), New Jersey, Communicated by Edmund Janes Cleveland, of Hartford, Conn."  From New England Historical and Genealogical Register, January 1891, p. 48.
Elizabeth 1794 30-Dec Conkling William ["of Bernard's, town"] Appears in a notice in the Elizabethtown publication, New Jersey Journal, as follows:  "WHEREAS William Conkling, of Bernard's town, in the county of Somerset, state of New Jersey, did sign, seal and deliver, a certain BOND conditioned for the payment of Eighty four Pounds hard money, to Samuel B. Cross, or Mary White, both of the town, county, and state aforesaid: -- And whereas the said bond, the principal and interest of which is my property, has been mislaid, or feloniously taken away -- I do, in this public manner, forewarn any person from taking an assignment of said bond, as well as the said William Conkling from paying it to any person but the subscriber.  SAMUEL B. CROSS.  Bernard's town, December 30, 1794." New Jersey Journal, 7 January 1795, Vol. XII, Issue 587, p. [4].  Viewed on America's Historical Newspapers.
Elizabeth 1795 31-Mar Conkling Isaac Appears in "A List of Letters remaining in the Post-Office at Elizabeth-Town, March 31, 1795" New Jersey Journal, 8 April 1795, Vol. XII, Issue 600, p. [4].  Viewed on America's Historical Newspapers through NEHGS.
Elizabeth 1795 31-May Conklin Child of John Died. "Record Book of the Sextons of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown, Essex County (Now Elizabeth, Union County), New Jersey, Communicated by Edmund Janes Cleveland, of Hartford, Conn."  From New England Historical and Genealogical Register, January 1891, p. 49.
[Elizabeth??] 1797 18-Dec Conkling Stephen Mentioned in notice of bill that would set the following boundaries for the township [of Elizabeth?]; Stephen Conkling's house is described as being on the road leading to Raritan, along with the houses of Thomas Hughs, Abraham Clark, Esq. lately deceased, and Robert Clark. New Jersey Journal, 26 December 1797, Vol. XV, Issue 741, p. [4].  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
Elizabeth 1800 8-Feb Conkling Kezia [daughter of Joshua Conklin and 2nd [?] wife] Married Andrew Garthwaite.  Both parties were from Elizabethtown.  Officiant was Menzies Raynor, rector of St. John's Episcopal Church.  According to Littell, Keziah [Bonnel] Conklin was the daughter of Joshua Conklin of Williams Farms.  According to MG 1408/212 (Conklin Family) in the Gardner Collection, Kezia's middle name was Bonnell, and she was born on 12 October 1779. Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriages, vol. A, 1795 - 1816.  FHL US/CAN Film 1301979, Item 5.  Book A, p. 21, certificate #27.
Elizabeth 1801 6-Apr Conkling James Letter at post office at Elizabethtown "(paid)." New Jersey Journal, 21 April 1801, Vol. XVIII, Issue 913, p. [3].  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers through NEGHS.
Elizabeth 1801 21-Nov Conkling Abigail Married Moses Brant.  Officiant was Henry Kollock of the 1st Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown.  [See also 22 February 1803 entry for Westfield.] Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriages, vol. A, 1795 - 1816.  FHL US/CAN Film 1301979, Item 5.  Book A, p. 25, certificate #30.
Elizabeth 1802 23-Mar Conkling Stephen and his wife  Anna [née Crane]  Stephen is the son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory. Stephen and his wife, Anna, both described as being of the Borough of Elizabeth, sold property in the Borough of Elizabeth to Peter Martin [husband of Sarah Conklin, Stephen Conklin's sister] of the city of New York.  Property is described as "lying and being in the Borough of Elizabeth afores'd - which formerly belonged to Joseph Conkling deceased and was by his last will and testament devised to his sons Joseph and Stephen Conkling, and the said Joseph Conkling did by Deed of Indenture having date the Twenty Fourth day of May in the Year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and ninety one, convey all his right and title to the equal moiety or half part of the said tract of land and premises to the said Stephen Conkling."  The property adjoined lands of David Williams, Samuel Halsey, deceased, and was bounded on the southwest by Halsey's Lane.  The premises were conveyed, "free of all incumbrances excepting the claim of the widow of Joseph Conkling deceased during her widowhood and that the said Stephen Conkling his heirs executors or Administrators shall and will at all times hereafter warrant and defend the before granted and bargained premises and every part thereof to the said Peter Martin...and it is hereby agreed and understood, that the said premises are convey'd subject to the claim of the said widow of Joseph Conkling deceased, and that no clause or covenant herein expressed is to make the said Stephen Conkling liable for any claim or demand she may have during her Widowhood...."  Witnesses to the deed were Isaac and Joseph Conkling. Deeds, v. F - G, 1801 - 1803, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 911901.  Book F, pp. 259 - 261.
Elizabeth (Rahway Meadow) 1802 23-Mar Conkling Stephen and his wife  Anna [née Crane] Stephen and his wife, Anna, both described as being of the County of Essex and State of New Jersey, Borough of Elizabeth, sold to Peter Martin [husband of Sarah Conklin, Stephen Conklin's sister] of the City of New York "an undivided moeity or equal half part of all the following piece or tract of Salt Meadow lying and being in Rahway Meadow in the Borough aforesaid, being a lot which Joseph Conkling deceased purchased of Moses Ross.  Beginning at a stake standing by a bend in Winans' Creek being the west corner of meadow of Abraham Clarks, being also a corner of Daniel Territs [Terrill's?] meadow and from said beginning running along said Winans Creek a course south sixty degrees and thirty minutes west, eight chains and twenty links, thence along said Creek or a worm and low sunken meadow south eighteen degrees and twenty minutes east five chains nd twenty three links to  stake standing in low meaow or ridge, thence north sixty one degrees east five chains and sixty links to the flat creek, thence up said Creek as the same runs near about one chain to a worm or branch of sid creek thence westerly and northerly up said worm or branch as the same runs to the meadow of Abraham Clark lying on the northwest side of said worm thence along said Abraham Clark's line North thirty four degrees and forty minutes west about five chains to the place of beginning."  The property was "Bounded Northern [or Northeast??] part by meadow of said Abraham Clark and part by said Worm, South by Meadow of Benjamin Cory and West by said Winans' Creek."  Sole claim related to the widow of Joseph Conkling deceased.  Witnesses were Isaac and Joseph Conkling. Deeds, v. F - G, 1801 - 1803, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 911901.  Book F, pp. 261 - 263.
Elizabeth 1802 29-Mar Conkling John Bought property from Daniel Crane and his wife, Prusia, who were both "of the Township of Morris in the county of Morris and State of New Jersey."  John is described "of the Township of Elizabeth."  The property is in the Township of Elizabeth, on the "northeast edge of a road leading from Elizabeth Town to Connecticut Farms called Galloping Mill road at a west corner of Colonel WIlliam Cranes land ..."  It also is bounded by land of June Crane and Daniel Crane.   Deeds, v. C2 - D2, 1816 - 1818, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 904119.  Book D2, pp. 183 - 184.
Elizabeth 1802 11-Apr Conkling Isaac Appointed an Overseer of the Roads at a meeting of the inhabitants of the township of Elizabeth. Federal Republican, 12 April 1803, Vol. 1, Issue 12, p. [4].  Viewed on America's Historical Newspapers.
Elizabeth 1802 31-Oct Conklin Isaac Posted notice in New Jersey Journal - "Came to the house of the subscriber, the 22d of this instant, a BROWN HORSE, fifteen hands high, his two hind feet white, a small white streak between his nostrils. -- The owner is desired to come and prove property, pay charges, and take him away." New Jersey Journal, 2 November 1802, Vol. XIX, Issue 992, p. [3].  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
Elizabeth 1803 31-Jan Conkling Rhoda Mentioned in an advertisement posted by James M. Clark:  "TO LET, AND POSSESSION GIVEN IMMEDIATELY, A HOUSE and nearly four acres of LAND, situated about three miles from Elizabeth-Town, on the post road leading to Philadelphia, commonly known by the name of the WHEATSHEAF TAVERN, now occupied by Rhoda Conkling, late Rhoda Marsh, relict of Isaac Marsh, deceased..." New Jersey Journal, 1 Feb 1803, Vol. XX, Issue 1005, p. 3.  Viewed on America's Historical Newspapers through NEHGS.
William's Farms [3 1/2 miles from Elizabeth] 1803 10-Oct Conklin Isaac Posted advertisement for the sale of a house and lot in Williams' Farms on the main road from the town to Westfield. Federal Republican, 1 Nov 1803, Vol. 1, Issue 41, p. [3].  Viewed on America's Historical Newspapers.
William's Farms [Elizabeth?] 1803 9-Dec Conklin Isaac Signed a Public Notice, with other inhabitants of Williams's Farms and part of Rahway stating that "… any person or persons who shall be found carrying Guns or Gun, or Hunting with Dogs on their lands without liberty will be prosecuted according to the law in such case made and provided, and further, that the strictest vigilance will be observed to detect every trespasser." New Jersey Journal, 20 Dec 1803, Vol. XXI, Issue 1051, p. [4].  Viewed on America's Historical Newspapers.
Elizabeth 1804 8-Mar Conkling Benjamin, Sr. [son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory] and wife Hannah [née Hatfield] Sold parcel of land to Benjamin Cory, Sr.  Deed states that property "was devised to the said Benjn Conkling Senr by his hon'd Father Joseph Conkling - last will and testament deceased reference being had may more fully and at large appear ~ reference being likewise had to a quit claim bearing date the seventh day of August anno domini seventeen hundred and seventy nine which the above said Cory and Isaac Conkling gave to the above s'd Benjamin Conkling ... Beginning .... at a peppridge tree marked being a corner of land late belonging to John Spinning deceased and also a corner of said Benjamin Cory's division of said land ~ thence running along the line of said Cory's division north thirty six degrees west nineteen chains and eighty four links to the line of Elias Winan's land; thence along said Winan's line north sixty four degrees and thirty five minutes and ten chains and twenty nine links to a corner of land of Jonathan Williams, thence along his line south twenty three degrees and fifty minutes east twenty chains and sixty two links to the easternmost corner of the tract of land devised by Joseph Conkling as aforesaid thence south seventy five degrees and fifteen minutes west six chains and three links to the place of beginning...The other being a piece of land the said Benjamin Conkling Senr purchased of WIlliam Halstead Sheriff by order bearing date the fourteenth day of March Anno Domini seventeen hundred and ninety four ... Beginning at a pepperidge tree in a north west corner of land of Joshua Conkling and in the line of said Benjamin Conkling Senr, thence south fifty six degrees and forty minutes west three chains and eighty one links; thence south fifteen degrees east seventeen chains and seventy five links ~ thence north sixty one degrees and forty minutes east four chains and twenty one links to the line of Joshua Conkling ~ thence north sixteen degrees and thirty minutes west eighteen chains to the beginning..."  Land is bounded northwesterly by lands of Benjamin Conkling and Capt Benjamin Cory, westerly by land of Doctor Robert Halstead, Southeasterly by a road leading past the dwelling house of _________ Williams, and easterly by land of Joshua Conkling. Deeds, v. I, 1804 - 1805, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 911903.  Book I, pp. 565 - 567.
Elizabeth 1804 June Conkling [Maria] [daughter of Benjamin Conklin and Hannah Hatfield, granddaughter of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory per Gardner MG 1408] Married Mulford Cory.  Both parties are described as being from Elizabethtown.  The officiant was Stephen Thompson of the First Presbyterian Church of Connecticut Farms (Union). Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriages, vol. A, 1795 - 1816.  FHL US/CAN Film 1301979, Item 5.  Book A, p. 43, certificate #74.
Essex County [Elizabeth?] 1805 1-Feb Conklin Mary [née Cory] Wrote will.  Names:  sons, Stephen, Isaac; daughters, Sary, Pheby, and Mary Pangborn. Conklin-Conkling Bible Records, Cannon Family Bible from Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Vol. 118, Issue #10, (Dec 1984), p. 788.  
Elizabeth 1805 7-Feb Conklin Mary [née Cory] Died at 72 years of age.  [born c. 1733].  Widow of Joseph. Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. First Presbyterian Church entry #983, p. 143. 
Essex County [Elizabeth?] 1805 13-Mar Conklin  Mary [née Cory] Will probated.  Conklin-Conkling Bible Records, Cannon Family Bible from Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Vol. 118, Issue #10, (Dec 1984), p. 788.    Essex County, New Jersey Lib. A, page 50.
Elizabeth 1805 8-Apr Conkling John Bought property from Elizabeth Leighton, the widow and executrix of John Leighton, deceased.  All parties are described as being from Elizabeth.  The property is located in the Borough of Elizabeth, beginning at the westerly side of a road called Dark Lane, bounded by property of Ezekiel Crane (formerly that of John Leighton, deceased) and Moses Meeker.  [See 20 November 1841 entry for Elizabeth, New Jersey.] Deeds, v. C2 - D2, 1816 - 1818, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 904119.  Book D2, pp. 184 - 186.
Elizabeth 1806 4-Nov Conklin Mary Haines Baptized at the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth - parents were John Conklin and wife [Jerusha Haines?] Ancestry.com.  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.  Original data:  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth:  typescript (carbon copy),. 1984, p. 26.
Elizabeth 1807 18-Aug Concklin Josiah Married to Eliza Marsh by Rev. John McDowell of the [First] Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown.  Both parties were from New York. Marriage Records, 1795 - 1920, Essex County, NJ.  LDS Film #1302536, Book A, p. 59, certificate #100.
Elizabeth 1810 7-Feb Concklin Abby [Abigail] [Abigail was the daughter of Benjamin Conklin and Hannah Hatfield per MG 1408, Gardner Collection] Abby, of Union, married to William Applegate of Elizabethtown by the Rev. John McDowell of the [First] Presbyterian Church.   Marriage Records, 1795 - 1920, Essex County, NJ.  LDS Film #1302536, Book A, p. 90, certificate #117.
William's Farms [Elizabeth?] 1812 19-Oct Conkling Isaac Offered a reward of $10 for the capture of the thief and return of 2 muskets (one of which was marked 48th regiment). New Jersey Journal, 3 Nov 1812, Vol. XXIX, Issue 1514, p. [4] Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
[Elizabeth??] 1812 26-Oct Conklin Isaac Appears in a notice in the Elizabethtown publication, the New Jersey Journal, with a number of other farmers, posted at Rahway as follows:  "Whereas many persons follow the practice of Hunting and Fowling through the country, very much to the prejudice of the Farmers, by trampling down the Grass & grain, and even Poultery [sic], &c. does not escape, We, the subscribers, forbid any person or persons, from the date hereof, to Hunt or Fowl on any of our respective Farms, as he or they may depend on being prosecuted agreeably to law for any such offence." New Jersey Journal, 10 November 1812, Vol. XXIX, Issue 1515, p. [4].  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
Elizabeth 1813 25-Feb Conklin John, Jr.  [son of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines] Applied to the Session of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown to be received to the Sealing Ordinances of the church. Church records, 1783 - 1892, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microfilm of the original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society:  MI46 EI 48fs; EI 48ft.  FHL US/CAN Film 503549, Session Minutes, p. 121.
Elizabeth 1813 7-Mar Conklin John, Jr. [son of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines] Joined congregation of First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth-Town. "Church Manual, for the Members Of The First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth-Town, N.J. Compiled By John M'Dowell, D.D. Pastor; And Published By Order Of Said Church.  Elizabeth-Town:  Printed By J. And E. Sanderson.  Dec. 1824  Transcribed and published By David James Honea-Phillips Sparks, Nevada March 5, 2000 ..."  Posted on http://westfieldnjhistory.com/files/firstpre.htm
Elizabeth 1813 [April?] Conklin Abigail, "daughter of John" Admitted as communicant to the Lord's Supper by the Session of the First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth Church records, 1783 - 1892, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microfilm of the original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society:  MI46 EI 48fs; EI 48ft.  FHL US/CAN Film 503549, Session Minutes, p. 125.
Elizabeth 1813 25-May Conklin Hannah,"daughter of John Conkling" [and Jerusha Haines?] Admitted as communicant to the Lord's Supper by the Session of the First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth Church records, 1783 - 1892, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microfilm of the original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society:  MI46 EI 48fs; EI 48ft.  FHL US/CAN Film 503549, Session Minutes, p. 127.
Elizabeth 1813 25-May Conklin Isaac, Jr. [son of Isaac Conklin and Joanna Williams?] Admitted as communicant to the Lord's Supper by the Session of the First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth Church records, 1783 - 1892, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microfilm of the original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society:  MI46 EI 48fs; EI 48ft.  FHL US/CAN Film 503549, Session Minutes, p. 127.
Elizabeth 1813 25-May Martin [née Conklin] Sarah, "Widow of Peter Martin" Admitted as communicant to the Lord's Supper by the Session of the First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth Church records, 1783 - 1892, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microfilm of the original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society:  MI46 EI 48fs; EI 48ft.  FHL US/CAN Film 503549, Session Minutes, p. 127.
Elizabeth 1813 25-May Martin   Clark Admitted as communicant to the Lord's Supper by the Session of the First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth.  Note:  Clark Martin is probably the "Clarkson Martin" referred to in the entry for Elizabeth of 4 March 1816, in which Isaac Conklin posts a "…notice as guardian of the children and heirs of Peter Martin deceased ..."   Church records, 1783 - 1892, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microfilm of the original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society:  MI46 EI 48fs; EI 48ft.  FHL US/CAN Film 503549, Session Minutes, p. 127.
Elizabeth 1813 6-Jun Conklin Hannah     Joined congregation of First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth-Town "Church Manual, for the Members Of The First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth-Town, N.J. Compiled By John M'Dowell, D.D. Pastor; And Published By Order Of Said Church.  Elizabeth-Town:  Printed By J. And E. Sanderson.  Dec. 1824  Transcribed and published By David James Honea-Phillips Sparks, Nevada March 5, 2000 ..."  Posted on http://westfieldnjhistory.com/files/firstpre.htm
[Elizabeth??] 1813 6-Dec Conkling Isaac [probably son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory, brother of Sarah] Appears in a notice of a private sale of a farm and salt meadow, formerly the property of Samuel Halsey, deceased.  The salt meadow is described as "… situated within three miles of Rahway Meeting House, adjoining the farm of Robert Clark, deceased, John Marsh Clark, Benj. Cory, Isaac Conkling, and the Widow Martin... [probably Sarah (née Conklin), who was married to Peter Martin]" New Jersey Journal, 7 December 1813, Vol. XXX, Issue 1571, p. [3].  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
Elizabeth 1814 31-Dec Conkling Daniel Appears in "List of Letters Remaining in the Post-Office, Elizabeth-Town" New Jersey Journal, 3 January 1815, Vol. XXXI, Issue 1627, page 3.  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
Elizabeth 1815   Conklin John Selected as overseer of the highways New Jersey Journal, 18 April 1815, Vol. XXXI, issue 1642
Elizabeth 1815 30-Dec Concklin Fanny C. ["of Rahway"] [daughter of Benjamin Conklin and Hannah Hatfield per Gardner MG 1408] Married to Briant B. Terrell of Orange at First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth. Transcription from Ancestry.com.  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.  Original data:  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth : typescript (carbon copy),. 1984, p. 21.
Williams' Farms [vicinity] and Rahway 1816 4-Mar Conklin Isaac [probably son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory, brother of Sarah] Posted notice as guardian of the children and heirs of Peter Martin [son-in-law of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory, husband of Sarah Conklin], deceased, as follows:  "THAT Isaac Conklin, guardian of the persons and estate of Clarkson Martin, Ann and Mary Martin, children and heirs of Peter Martin, deceased, under and by virtue of the Orphan's Court of the county of Essex, made in the term of January, one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, will, on Monday the 8th day of April next, between the hours of 12 and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of that day, sell at Public Vendue, all the real estate of said children, which is about 25 acres of upland, under high cultivation, and 3 acres of salt meadow, lying in the Rahway meadows, in the township of Rahway, adjoining lands of Robert Clark and Jonathan Mulford, in Williams' Farms; there is on said premises a good house and barn, and an excellent orchard.... Vendue to be held on the premises, where conditions of sale will be made known, and attendance given by ISAAC CONKLIN." New Jersey Journal, 26 March 1816, Vol. XXXI, Issue 1691, p. [4].  Viewed in Early American Newspapers, Series I (http://infoweb.newsbank.com through NEHGS)
Elizabeth 1816 31-Mar Conklin Daniel Appears in "List of Letters Remaining in the Post-Office, Elizabeth-Town" New Jersey Journal, 9 April 1816, Vol. XXXI, Issue 1693, p. 4.  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
Elizabeth 1817 21-Jan Conklin Isaac, jun.    Married Catharine Conklin - …both parties "of this place."  Transcription states that Isaac Concklin Jun. was "of Union" and that Catharine Concklin was from Elizabethtown.  Isaac was the son of Isaac Conklin and Joanna Williams.  Catharine was the daughter of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines. New Jersey Journal, Vol. XXXIII, issue 1734; Transcription from Ancestry.com.  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.  Original data:  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth : typescript (carbon copy),. 1984, p. 22.
Elizabeth 1817 12-Jun Conklin Catharine, "wife of Isaac Conklin, Junr." Admitted as communicant to the Lord's Supper at the First Presbyterian Church.  Catharine was the daughter of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines.  Isaac was the son of Isaac Conklin and Joanna Williams. Church records, 1783 - 1892, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microfilm of the original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society:  MI46 EI 48fs; EI 48ft.  FHL US/CAN Film 503549, Session Minutes, p. 193.
Elizabeth 1817 12-Aug Jones Nancy, daughter of Wm R. Jones Admitted as communicant to the Lord's Supper at the First Presbyterian Church.  Nancy may have been the daughter of Phebe Conklin (the daughter of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory) and William Jones. Church records, 1783 - 1892, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microfilm of the original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society:  MI46 EI 48fs; EI 48ft.  FHL US/CAN Film 503549, Session Minutes, p. 198.
Elizabeth 1817 12-Aug Pool  Sarah, daughter of Jacob Pool Admitted as communicant to the Lord's Supper at the First Presbyterian Church.  Sarah may have been the daughter of Elizabeth Conklin (the daughter of Benjamin Conklin, who was the son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory, and Hannah Hatfield). Church records, 1783 - 1892, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microfilm of the original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society:  MI46 EI 48fs; EI 48ft.  FHL US/CAN Film 503549, Session Minutes, p. 198.
Elizabeth 1817 23-Sep Conklin Ann Elizabeth Born to Daniel Conklin and Sarah C. Conklin.  Ann was later married to Nicholas John Fredericks.  In the 1880 federal census for Newark, Ann Fredericks' place of birth is listed as Elizabeth, NJ. Date of birth from www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial #37593610.  Recorded added by "Cyndy" on 27 May 2009, viewed on Find A Grave on 11 Nov 2011.
Elizabeth 1817 24-Dec Conklin Abigail Married William Garthwaite - Abigail was the "… daughter of Mr. John Conklin [and Jerusha Haines], of this town." New Jersey Journal, 30 December 1817, Vol. XXXIII, issue 1783, page [3], as viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.; Manuscript Group 1408, 212.  Charles Caroll Gardner, Genealogist.  Repository:  New Jersey Historical Society.  Genealogy Collection.  Call Number:  MG 1408.
Elizabeth 1817 31-Dec Conklin Hannah Appears in List of Letters remaining in the Post Office, Eliz. Town New Jersey Journal, 6 January 1818, Vol. XXXIII, Issue 1784, page [3], as viewed in America's Historical Newspapers via NEHGS databases.
Elizabeth 1818 30-Jun Concklin Daniel Appears in "List of Letters Remaining in the Post-Office, Elizabeth-Town" New Jersey Journal, 14 July 1818, Vol. XXXIII, Issue 1812, p. 1.  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
Elizabeth 1819 25-Sep Conklin Isaac (Jr.) and Catharine, his wife Granted certificates of dismissal by Dr. McDowell of the First Presbyterian Church Church records, 1783 - 1892, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microfilm of the original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society:  MI46 EI 48fs; EI 48ft.  FHL US/CAN Film 503549, Session Minutes, p. 234.
Elizabeth 1822 3-Mar Conklin Abby [née Woodruff] Joined congregation of First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth-Town.  Wife of John Conklin, Jr. "Church Manual, for the Members Of The First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth-Town, N.J. Compiled By John M'Dowell, D.D. Pastor; And Published By Order Of Said Church.  Elizabeth-Town:  Printed By J. And E. Sanderson.  Dec. 1824  Transcribed and published By David James Honea-Phillips Sparks, Nevada March 5, 2000 ..."  Posted on http://westfieldnjhistory.com/files/firstpre.htm
Elizabeth 1823 1-Sep Conklin William F Died.  Buried in burying grounds of St. John's Church in Elizabeth.  Date of birth:  13 July 1821. William F is listed with Henrietta and William H as "Children of Daniel & Sarah S Conklin."  Probably the same Daniel and Sarah found in Newark's West Ward during the 1850 census. Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. St. John's entry #82, p. 303.
Elizabeth 1824 Aug? Conklin Mary, daughter of John Conklin [and Jerusha Haines?] Applied to the Session of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth, NJ, to be received to the Lord's Supper. Church records, 1783 - 1892, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microfilm of the original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society:  MI46 EI 48fs; EI 48ft.  FHL US/CAN Film 503549, p. 19 of Session Minutes.
Elizabeth 1824 5-Sep Conklin Mary  Joined congregation of First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth-Town "Church Manual, for the Members Of The First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth-Town, N.J. Compiled By John M'Dowell, D.D. Pastor; And Published By Order Of Said Church.  Elizabeth-Town:  Printed By J. And E. Sanderson.  Dec. 1824  Transcribed and published By David James Honea-Phillips Sparks, Nevada March 5, 2000 ..."  Posted on http://westfieldnjhistory.com/files/firstpre.htm
Elizabeth 1824 16-Sep Conklin Henrietta Died.  Buried in burying grounds of St. John's Church in Elizabeth.  Date of birth:  13 April 1823.  Henrietta is listed with William F and William H as "Children of Daniel & Sarah S Conklin."  Probably the same Daniel and Sarah Conklin found in Newark's West Ward during the 1850 census. Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. St. John's entry #82, p. 303.
Elizabeth 1824 12-Nov Conklin  [née Haines] Jerusha Died at the age of 62 years.  Wife of John Conklin. Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. First Presbyterian Church entry #1074, p. 156. 
Elizabeth 1825 27-Dec Jones William R[oss] Died at the age of 56.  [born c. 1769]  Husband of Phebe Conklin, daughter of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory. Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. First Presbyterian Church entry #990, p. 144. 
Elizabeth 1826 3-Jun Conklin Caleb J Died at the age of 37 years, 3 months, and 8 days. [born c. 26 February 1789]   [Son of William Conklin and Sarah Halsey; nephew of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines.] Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. First Presbyterian Church entry #1072, p. 155. 
Elizabeth 1826 18-Aug Conklin Isaac and his wife, Joanna [ née Williams] Granted certificates of dismissal by Dr. McDowell of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth, NJ. Church records, 1783 - 1892, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microfilm of the original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society:  MI46 EI 48fs; EI 48ft.  FHL US/CAN Film 503549, Session Minutes, p. 59.
Elizabeth 1826 12-Sep Conklin William H Died.  Buried in burying grounds of St. John's Church in Elizabeth.  Date of birth:  11 March 1825.  William H is listed with Henrietta and William F as "Children of Daniel & Sarah S Conklin."  Probably the same Daniel and Sarah Conklin found in Newark's West Ward during the 1850 census. Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. St. John's entry #82, p. 303.
Elizabeth 1828   Ward William Wallace [Could this be the future first husband of Catharine Conklin, daughter of Elias and Mary Ann Conklin?] Born to Eliza [Tomkins] and Nathan F. Ward Church records, 1781 - 1900, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microreproduction of original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society.  Baptisms 1809 - 1817, 1824 - 1881 -- Marriages 1824 - 1882.  FHL US/CAN Film 558295, Item 4, [no pagination].
Elizabeth 1829 3-May Garthwaite Caleb Condit Baptized at the First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth, New Jersey.  His parents were Abigail [née Conklin] and William Garthwaite.  Abigail was the daughter of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines.  According to the baptismal record, Caleb Condit Garthwaite was born on 11 September 1828. Church records, 1781 - 1900, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microreproduction of original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society.  Baptisms 1809 - 1817, 1824 - 1881 -- Marriages 1824 - 1882.  FHL US/CAN Film 558295, Item 4, [no pagination].
Elizabeth 1830 7 [?] Nov Garthwaite George Whiting Baptized at the First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth, New Jersey.  His parents were Abigail [née Conklin] and William Garthwaite.  Abigail was the daughter of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines.  According to the baptismal record, George Whiting Garthwaite was born on 15 August 1830. Church records, 1781 - 1900, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microreproduction of original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society.  Baptisms 1809 - 1817, 1824 - 1881 -- Marriages 1824 - 1882.  FHL US/CAN Film 558295, Item 4, [no pagination].
Elizabeth 1830 7-Nov Ward William Wallace   Baptized at the First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth, New Jersey.  William's mother was baptized as an adult on the same date.  [Eliza Tomkins and Nathan F. Ward were married on 6 January 1825 at the Second River Reformed Dutch Church (now in Belleville, NJ).  The notation on William's baptismal record reads, "William Wallace Ward baptized with his mother as above."  [Note:  William's mother, Eliza, was awarded a divorce from her husband, Nathan, by the Council and General Assembly of New Jersey on 16 February 1834.  See entry regarding this under Newark, 16 February 1834.] Church records, 1781 - 1900, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microreproduction of original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society.  Baptisms 1809 - 1817, 1824 - 1881 -- Marriages 1824 - 1882.  FHL US/CAN Film 558295, Item 4, [no pagination].  Marriage record for Eliza Tomkins and Nathan F. Ward from Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, Third Series, Vol. II, No. 1, 1897, p. 179 .
Elizabeth 1830   Conklin John Living in Elizabeth, Essex County, NJ.  Household consisted of 1 male born between 1750 and 1760, 1 female born between 1790 and 1800, and 2 females born between 1800 and 1810.  Note on the same page of the census, Elizabeth Pool, who was a daughter of Benjamin Conklin and Hannah Hatfield.  Benjamin Conklin was the son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory.  John Conklin was the son of Joshua Conklin and Sarah [née Halsey] Conklin per Gardner MG 1408.   1830 U S Census: Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey, Page: 238; NARA Roll: M19- 79; Family History Film: 0337932.  Viewed on Ancestry.com.
Elizabeth 1830   Pool  Elizabeth Living in Elizabeth, Essex County, NJ.  Household consisted of 1 female born between 1780 and 1790.  Elizabeth was the daughter of Benjamin Conklin and Hannah Hatfield. 1830 U S Census: Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey, Page: 238; NARA Roll: M19- 79; Family History Film: 0337932.  Viewed on Ancestry.com.
Elizabeth 1830   Conklin Hannah Living in Elizabeth, Essex County, NJ.  Household consisted of 1 female born between 1760 and 1770 and 1 female born between 1780 and 1790.  Hannah may be Hannah Hatfield, the widow of Benjamin Conklin.   1830 U S Census: Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey, Page: 245; NARA Roll: M19- 79; Family History Film: 0337932.  Viewed on Ancestry.com
Elizabeth 1830   Conklin Elias Living in Elizabeth, Essex County, NJ.  Household consisted of 1 male born between 1800 and 1810, 1 female born between 1800 and 1810, and 1 female born between 1825 and 1830.  The household of Daniel Conklin immediately follows the household of Elias Conklin in the 1830 census.  (Census for Elizabeth, New Jersey is not in alphabetical order by surname.)  Note:  Is this Elias Conklin the same person as the Elias Conklin who appears in the 1835 Newark City Directory and 1840, 1850, and 1860 federal census records for Newark?  1830 U S Census: Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey, Page: 247; NARA Roll: M19- 79; Family History Film: 0337932.  Viewed on Ancestry.com.
Elizabeth 1830   Conklin Daniel Living in Elizabeth, Essex County, NJ.  Household consisted of 1 male born between 1780 and 1790, 1 male born between 1790 and 1800, 1 male born between 1810 and 1815, 1 male born between 1815 and 1820, two males born between 1825 and 1830, 1 female born between 1790 and 1800, and 2 females born between 1815 and 1820.  The household of Daniel Conklin immediately follows the household of Elias Conklin in the 1830 census.  Note:  Is this the same person as the Daniel Conklin who appears in the Newark City Directory of 1835 and subsequent census records for that city?  Is Daniel the same as the child named Daniel, son of John "Koghelin" and Antje [Anne] Frederiks, who was baptized at the Reformed Dutch Church of Pompton Plains in March of 1794?   1830 U S Census: Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey, Page: 247; NARA Roll: M19- 79; Family History Film: 0337932.  Viewed on Ancestry.com.
Elizabeth 1831 6-Mar Conklin Catherine (widow of Isaac, Jr.) Became a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth.  Catherine was the daughter of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines.  Isaac Conklin, Jr., was the son of Isaac Conklin and Joanna Williams. Ancestry.com.  Manual of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth, N.J. [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Manual of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth, N.J.. N.J.?: unknown, 1868, p. 18.
Elizabeth 1831 23-Jul Conkling Joseph Married to Catharine Stager by William P. Hamilton at the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth.  [Could this be the same couple living in the North Ward of Newark during the 1850 census?  Could Joseph be the same person as the Joseph living one family away from Elias Conklin in Livingston, New Jersey, at the time of the 1860 census?] Church records, 1781 - 1900, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microreproduction of original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society.  Baptisms 1809 - 1817, 1824 - 1881 -- Marriages 1824 - 1882.  FHL US/CAN Film 558295, Item 4, [no pagination].
Elizabeth 1833 21-Oct Conklin James Died at the age of 41yr 7mo 15days.  [born c. 6 March 1792]  Son of William Conklin and Sarah Halsey; brother of Caleb Conklin; nephew of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines.  Grandson of Joshua Conklin and Sarah Halsey per Gardner MG 1408. Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. First Presbyterian Church entry #1080, p. 157. 
Elizabeth 1834 30-Nov Jones [née Conklin] Phebe Died at the age of 63 years.  [born c. 1771]  Wife of William Ross Jones.  Daughter of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory. Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. First Presbyterian Church entry #991, p. 144. 
Elizabeth 1835 August Garthwaite Frederick Thomas Baptized at the First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth, New Jersey.  His parents were Abigail [née Conklin] and William Garthwaite.  Abigail was the daughter of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines.   Church records, 1781 - 1900, First Presbyterian Church (Elizabeth, New Jersey).  Microreproduction of original records in the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Presbyterian Historical Society.  Baptisms 1809 - 1817, 1824 - 1881 -- Marriages 1824 - 1882.  FHL US/CAN Film 558295, Item 4, [no pagination].
Elizabeth 1838 9-Apr Conklin Hannah [née Hatfield] Died.  Hannah was the widow of Benjamin Conklin, the son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory. NARA M804.  Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives Catalog ID 300022, Record Group:  15, Pension #R. 2, 210.  [1852 pension application of Benjamin's daughter, Elizabeth Pool (Mrs. Jacob)]  Digital copy of original on footnote.com.  Page 4, image 11.
Elizabeth 1838 2-Nov Conklin John (Jun.)  [son of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines per Gardner MG 1408] Died at the age of 49 years.   [born c. 1789] Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. First Presbyterian Church entry #1075, p. 156. 
Elizabeth 1840   Conklin John Appears as head of household in federal census.  Born between 1750 and 1760.  Other members of the household are 2 females born between 1791 and 1800. Year: 1840; Census Place: Elizabethtown, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  397; Page: 251; Image: 805; Family History Library Film: 0016516.  Viewed on Ancestry.com.
Elizabeth 1841 20-Nov Conklin John Sold property to Aaron H. Winans.  John is from the Township of Elizabeth.  Aaron is from the Township of Union.  The property is in the Township of Elizabeth, beginning on the westerly side of a road called Dark Lane, bounded by property belonging to John McKinly, and the estate of John Williams, deceased.  [See 8 April 1805 entry for Elizabeth.] Deeds, v. V5 - W5, 1842 - 1843, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 903674.  Book V5, pp. 551 - 553.
Elizabeth 1843 20-Oct Conklin John [husband of Jerusha Haines] Died at Elizabeth, New Jersey, at the age of 85 years.  John was the son of Joshua Conklin and [Sarah Halsey?]. Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. First Presbyterian Church entry #1073, p. 156. 
Elizabeth 1849 3-Mar Conklin Harriet [daughter of Ezekiel Conklin and Polly Berry???  If so, Harriet would be the granddaughter of William Conklin and Sarah Halsey, and the great-granddaughter of Joshua Conklin.  Littell, p. 88] Became a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth. Ancestry.com.  Manual of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth, N.J. [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Manual of the First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth, N.J.. N.J.?: unknown, 1868, p. 17.
Elizabeth 1849 2-Nov Conklin Catharine H Died at the age of 21yr 8mo 22days.  [born c. 11 February 1828]  Daughter of John Conklin, Jr., and Abigail Woodruff. Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. First Presbyterian Church entry #1076, p. 156.  Also appears in the U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedule for 1850.  Cause of death:  Consumption.
Elizabeth 1850 20-Aug Conklin Catharine Appears in federal census for Elizabeth Township.  Hannah Conklin is in the same family unit.  Catharine is 58 years of age.  She is the widow of Isaac Conklin and probably the sister of Hannah Conklin. Year: 1850; Census Place: Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  M432_449; Page: 42A; Image: 91.
Elizabeth 1850 20-Aug Conklin Hannah Appears in federal census for Elizabeth Township.  Catharine Conklin is in the same family unit.  Hannah is 51 years of age.  Hannah is probably the daughter of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines and the sister of Catharine Conklin. Year: 1850; Census Place: Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  M432_449; Page: 42A; Image: 91.
[Elizabeth??] Essex County 1852          
Elizabeth 1854 20-Mar Conklin Abigail [née Woodruff] Died at the age of 52yr 9mo 22days.  [born c. 26 May 1801]   Widow of John Conklin, Jr., who was the son of John Conklin and Jerusha Haines. Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. First Presbyterian Church entry #1077, p. 156. 
Elizabeth 1855 5-Aug Conklin Hannah Died at the age of 57 years.  [born c. 1798]   Daughter of John and Jerusha Conklin. Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. First Presbyterian Church entry #1078, p. 156. 
Elizabeth 1860 11-Aug Conklin Catharine Appears in the household of James H. and Hannah Sayre.  Catharine is 67 years of age (born c. 1793) and Hannah is 61 (born c. 1799).  Year: 1860; Census Place: Elizabeth Ward 3, Union, New Jersey; Roll  M653_710; Page: 611; Image: 609; Family History Library Film: 803710.
Elizabeth 1860 24-Jul Conklin Harriet Appears in the household of Elias and Emma Tucker in the 1860 federal census for the 2nd Ward of Elizabeth.  Harriet is 40 years of age.  Elias is 25 and Emma is 22.  [Is Harriet the daughter of Ezekiel Conklin and Polly Berry?  See also entry for 3 March 1849 for Elizabeth.] Year: 1860; Census Place: Elizabeth Ward 2, Union, New Jersey; Roll  M653_710; Page: 501; Image: 499; Family History Library Film: 803710.
Elizabeth 1872 16-May Conklin Catharine   Died.  Wife of Isaac Conklin, Jr., son of Isaac Conklin and Joanna Williams.  Catharine was born on 31 May 1791 to John Conklin and Jerusha Haines. Ancestry.com. Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizab [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.  Original data:  Wheeler, William Ogden.  Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds of the First Presbyterian Church and St. Johns Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664 - 1892.  Elizabeth, N.J.? : unknown, 1892. First Presbyterian Church entry #1079, p. 156. 
Westfield[?] 1751 23-Jan Conkling Daniel Born to David Conkling and his first [?] wife.  Note:  According to Littell (p. 110), John Davis, the first husband of Sarah Crane, died in the spring of 1760.  According to the transcription of marriages at the Westfield Presbyterian Church, David Conkling was married to Sarah Crane Davis on 23 January, 1761.  Daniel (born 23 January 1751), Mary (born 27 January 1755), Hannah (born 14 February), and Sarah (born 30 March 1759) would have been born to David Conkling's previous wife. Manuscript Group 1408, 212.  Charles Caroll Gardner, Genealogist.  Repository:  New Jersey Historical Society.  Genealogy Collection.  Call Number:  MG 1408
Westfield 1761 18-Jan Conkling David Married to widow Sarah Davis [née Crane] at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield, NJ. Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield  1764 6-Mar Conklin Joseph Born "near Westfield, New Jersey."  Joseph was the son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory and the husband of Rebecca Ross per Gardner, MG 1408. Conklin-Conkling Bible Records, Cannon Family Bible from Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Vol. 118, Issue #10, (Dec 1984), p. 788
Westfield 1769 4-Nov Conklin [née Ross] Rebecca Born "near Westfield, New Jersey."  Rebecca was the daughter of Daniel Ross and the wife of Joseph Conklin, who was the son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory. Conklin-Conkling Bible Records, Cannon Family Bible from Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Vol. 118, Issue #10, (Dec 1984), p. 788
Westfield 1775 5-Feb Conkling Daniel [son of David Conkling and his first [?] wife] Married to Mary Ludlum at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield, NJ. Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1775 23-Feb Conkling Mary [daughter of David Conkling and his first [?] wife] Married to Jacob Ludlum at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield, NJ. Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1775 1-Aug Conkling Sarah [daughter of David Conkling and his first [?] wife] Married to William Squire at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield, NJ. Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1776 7-Aug Ludlum Conklen ("son of Jacob & Mary Ludlum") Died at the age of 1 year and 7 days.  Buried in the cemetery of the Presbyterian Church at Westfield.  Grandson of David Conkling and his [first?] wife.  Note:  Photograph of gravestone available at http://www.westfieldnjhistory.com/images/ColCemstones11.04/conklen.ludlum.II.a.59.jpg. Ancestry.com.  Inscriptions from the Cemetery of the Presbyterian Church at Westfield in New Jersey from the Year 1740 to the Year 1899 [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  Ancestry.com  Operations Inc, 2005.  Original data:  Thomas, George W. Thomas., Inscriptions from the cemetery of the Presbyterian Church at Westfield in New Jersey from the year 1740 to the year 1899.  San Francisco, Calif.:  Pioneer Press, 1923, p. 15.
Westfield 1778 3-Mar Conklin [née Crane] Sarah Died at the age of 50. [According to Littell (p. 110), Sarah was born on 9 January 1728.]  [Second?] wife of David Conklin(g).  Buried in cemetery of First Presbyterian Church in Westfield, NJ. Ancestry.com.  Inscriptions from the Cemetery of the Presbyterian Church at Westfield in New Jersey from the Year 1740 to the Year 1899 [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  Ancestry.com  Operations Inc, 2005.  Original data:  Thomas, George W. Thomas., Inscriptions from the cemetery of the Presbyterian Church at Westfield in New Jersey from the year 1740 to the year 1899.  San Francisco, Calif.:  Pioneer Press, 1923, p. 8.
Westfield 1778 28-Jun Conkling Moses Married to Peggy Hendricks at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield, NJ.  NOTE:  A Moses Conklin, the son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory, was married to Margaret Woodruff according to Gardner, MG 1408.  Did this Moses have two wives named "Margaret," or is this Moses a different person? Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1779 March Conckling David Appears on list of rateables in township of Elizabeth, Westfield Ward.  He was assessed on 20 acres of land having a value of 6 pounds, 2 horses, and 2 horned cattle.  His tax was 10 pounds, 10 shillings. Transcription of "Westfield NJ Tax Rateables March 1779" from http://www.westfieldnjhistory.com/files/rateablesmarch1779p2.htm
Westfield 1780 Feb Conckling David Appears on list of rateables in township of Elizabeth, Westfield Ward.  He was assessed on 20 acres of land having a value of 5 pounds.  His tax was 5 pounds. Transcription of "Westfield NJ Tax Rateables March 1779" from http://www.westfieldnjhistory.com/files/rateablesfeb1780p2.htm
Westfield 1780 2-Jul Conkling Hannah [daughter of David Conkling and his [first?] wife] Married to Ephraim Miller at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield, NJ.  Note:  Harman Clark (hclark@bypass.com) and J. Stevens of San Diego, California, had posted a brief abstract related to Hannah Conkling Miller on http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~bstevens/Miller.htm on 6 December 2004 which states the following:  "Elizabeth [Miller] was a daughter of Sabra/Sabera Willcox; this is shown in Ephraim Miller's will, "Daughter Elizabeth, all furniture left by her mother at her death, when 18."  (Written 4 February 1791, proved 25 February 1791, Somerset County, New Jersey; New Jersey Calendar of Wills).  Presbyterian Church Marriage Records, Westfield, New Jersey.  Hannah Conklin Miller died in 1792 (NJ Calendar of Wills).  Her father, David Conklin, renounced guardianship of the children.  Administrator (and presumably, guardian of the children) was Moses Miller.  Hannah is listed as having lived in Bernard Town, Somerset County (Bernardville, most likely)."  Question:  The notes by Harman Clark and J. Stevens state that Hannah's father, David Conklin, renounced guardianship of her children.  However, although Hannah died in 1792, the same year as her father, she is mentioned in his will.  Was it her brother, David, who was appointed the executor of their father's estate, who renounced the guardianship?   Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1782 8-Sep Ludlum Conklen ("son of Jacob & Mary") Died at the age of 3 years and 25 days.  Grandson of David Conkling and first [?] wife. Ancestry.com.  Inscriptions from the Cemetery of the Presbyterian Church at Westfield in New Jersey from the Year 1740 to the Year 1899 [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  Ancestry.com  Operations Inc, 2005.  Original data:  Thomas, George W. Thomas., Inscriptions from the cemetery of the Presbyterian Church at Westfield in New Jersey from the year 1740 to the year 1899.  San Francisco, Calif.:  Pioneer Press, 1923, p. 15.
Westfield 1783 27-Dec Ludlum Henry ("son of Jacob and Mary") Died at the age of 6 years.  Grandson of David Conkling and first [?] wife. Ancestry.com.  Inscriptions from the Cemetery of the Presbyterian Church at Westfield in New Jersey from the Year 1740 to the Year 1899 [database on-line].  Provo, UT:  Ancestry.com  Operations Inc, 2005.  Original data:  Thomas, George W. Thomas., Inscriptions from the cemetery of the Presbyterian Church at Westfield in New Jersey from the year 1740 to the year 1899.  San Francisco, Calif.:  Pioneer Press, 1923, p. 15.
Westfield 1787 24-Jun Conkling Abigail [daughter of David Conkling and Sarah Crane Davis] Married to Thomas Terry at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield.  According to an article appearing in Gleanings, Vol. XXI, No. 3, p. 19, Abigail was born in 1761 and died on 1 May 1788.  She was the second wife of Thomas Terry.  She is buried in the cemetery of the First Presbyterian Church at Westfield.  (page 25 of George W. Thomas cemetery inscriptions) Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1787 15-Jul Conkling Joseph [son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory] Married to Rebecca Ross [daughter of Daniel Ross, per MG 1408, Gardner Collection] at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield. Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1789 29-Sep Conckling David Wrote will.  "David Conckling of Westfield in the Township of Elizabeth…"  Mentions son, Daniel, who purchased property from Zacariah Davis at "Sheriffs Vendue," son David Conckling, and three daughters, Mary Ludlum, Hannah Miller, and Sarah Squire.  Remainder of estate goes to his [third?] wife, Elizabeth.  Executors are friend, Ephraim Marsh, and son, David Conckling.  Witnesses:  Mathias Sayres and William Peirson, Jr., and John Scudder.  No mention is made of son, Samuel Conkling who, according to Littell (p. 110) was born on 21 July 1765.  Abigail Conkling Terry, his fourth daughter, had died on 1 May 1788.  [See Westfield entry for 24 June 1787.] Copy of David Conkling, Sr., will, Essex County 7646-7648m from New Jersey State Archives.
Westfield 1789 29-Nov Conkling Stephen [son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory] Married to Anna Crane at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield. Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1790 4-Aug Conkling Abigail [daughter of Joshua Conklin of Williams Farms per Littell] Married to Lewis [P]angborn at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield. Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1791 18-Dec Conklin Phebe [daughter of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory] Married to William Ross Jones at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield.  [See also entries for 12 August 1817, 27 December 1825, and 30 November 1834 for Elizabeth, NJ.] Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1792 2-Mar Conklin Joseph Purchased property in Westfield from William Ludlum.  [See 12 February 1803 entry for Westfield.] Deeds, v. F - G, 1801 - 1803, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 911901.  Book G, pp. 418 - 420.
Westfield 1792 20-Jun Conkling Daniel Died at the age of 42.  Section II, B-56, "using scheme laid out in Guide to the Colonial Cemetery of the Presbyterian Church in Westfield, New Jersey by Herbert A. Halsey." From photograph of tombstone at http://www.westfieldnjhistory.com/images/ColCemstones11.04/daniel.conkling.II.b.56.jpg.  Viewed on 17 November 2011.
Westfield 1792 20-Jun Conkling David Died.   "Inscriptions from the Cemetery of the Presbyterian Church at Westfield in New Jersey from the Year 1740 to the Year 1899" gives his age at time of death as 41. David's son, Daniel, who was born in 1751, also died in 1792 and would have been about 41 years of age in 1792.  Could some confusion have been caused by the death of father and son in the same year (and possibly on the same day?).  David, Daniel's father, was 71, rather than 41, at the time of his death.  (See Gardner MG 1408.)  The Inscriptions appear at http://www.westfieldnjhistory.com/files/lr26.htm in a corrected transcription.  David's age at the time of his death is given as 71 by the Westfield group.  Note:  Given this correction, this would suggest that David might have been born c. 1721.  Question:  Could he have been David, the son of David Conklin and Hannah Mulford, who was baptized in East Hampton on 8 October 1721? Manuscript Group 1408, 212.  Charles Caroll Gardner, Genealogist.  Repository:  New Jersey Historical Society.  Genealogy Collection.  Call Number:  MG 1408.  See corrected transcription of inscriptions of the Westfield Presbyterian Church cemetery at http://www.westfieldnjhistory.com/files/lr26.htm.
Westfield 1792 23-Jun Conckling Daniel [the son of David Conkling] Inventory of his estate taken by James Ross, Jr. and Jacob Davis.  The administrators of the estate were Moses Tucker and Matthias Ludlum.  The inventory was filed on 25 June 1793. Essex County, NJ, Inventory for Daniel Conkling, #7454-7460G date 1793.  Copy supplied by New Jersey State Archives.
Westfield 1793 26-Dec Conckling David [the son of David Conkling] Probate for estate of David Conkling, Sr., granted by Richard Howell, Esq. to David Conckling, executor. Copy of David Conkling, Sr., will, Essex County 7646-7648m from New Jersey State Archives.
Westfield 1794 14-Dec Conkling Sarah [the daughter of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory] Married to Peter Martin at the Presbyterian Church at Westfield. Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1795 11-Apr Conkling David [son of David Conkling?] Married to Sally Dunham (daughter of Joseph Dunham) at the Presbyterian Church at Westfield. Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1798 30-Dec Conkling Sarah Halsey [daughter of William Conklin and Sarah Halsey, granddaughter of Joshua Conklin] Married to William Crane at the Presbyterian Church at Westfield.  Littell provides a middle name of "Halsey" for Sarah.  Littell provides a date of birth for Sarah of 16 June 1781. Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  Also, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (and Vicinity) Above Chatham by John Littell, 1852.  Digital copy from Google books, p. 87.
Westfield 1799 4-Aug Conkling Betsy Married to __ Pool [probably Jacob, per Gardner MG1408] at the Presbyterian Church of Westfield.  Betsy is likely Elizabeth, the daughter of Benjamin Conklin and Hannah Hatfield. Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1799 8-Oct Conkling Moses  Purchased plantation, where he lived from this date until he sold it on 17 February 1802, from Henry Allen. Reference made in deed dated 17 February 1802.  Essex County Deeds, Book F, p. 467.
Westfield 1799 10-Dec Conkling Abner Married to Polly Marsh at the Presbyterian Church of Westfield. Marriages Westfield Presbyterian Church 1759 - 1840, Westfield, NJ.  Posted as transcription on www.westfieldnjhistory.com.  
Westfield 1801 30-Jan Conkling Mary (widow) [Mary Ludlum, widow of Daniel Conkling?  Daniel's estate was inventoried in 1793.  A map of "WESTFIELD in Revolutionary Times" from History of Town of Westfield Union County, New Jersey  by Charles A. Philhower, published in 1923, shows property of a Daniel Conkling bounded by lands owned by the individuals mentioned in this deed, including John Van WInkle, Moses Ross, and John B. Clark.] Sold the plantation in Westfield where she had been living to Ebeneezer Williams, also of Westfield.  Mary was paid 320 pounds current money of the State of New York for the property.  The property was bounded on "… the North corner of a piece of land belonging to Edward Connet and from thence running South forty nine Degrees East twenty six chains and thirty five links to a stone in Matthias Clark line thence North forty one Degrees East four chains and sixty one links to a corner of John Clarks land thence North forty nine Degrees West eighteen chains and twenty five links to a stake being another corner of said John B. Clark land, thence north forty one Degrees East twelve chain and seventy three links to an Apple Tree another corner of Land belonging to said John B. Clark, thence North forty eight degrees West eight chains and forty one links to a Stone standing in the Edge of said road or highway and from thence along said road South forty one Degrees West Seventeen chains and sixty three links to where it first began."  Land was "[b]ounded Southwesterly by land belonging to Edward Connet, John Van Wincle [Winkle], and Moses Ross.  Southeasterly by Matthias Clark and John B. Clark, Northeasterly by John B. Clarke, and Northwesterly by said Road ... " Deeds, v. F - G, 1801 - 1803, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 911901.  Book F, pp. 3 - 4.
Westfield 1802 8-Oct Conkling Moses Moses, described as being of the Township of Westfield, Essex County, sold the plantation where he had been living to William Allen of the Township of Bernard, Somerset County, for 100 pounds "York Currency."  The property is described as follows:  "All that certain or parcel of Land and premises on which the said Moses Conkling now lives being all that part of that certain plantation which the said Moses Conkling purchased of Henry Allan by a Deed bearing date the eight [sic] day of October Seventeen hundred ninety nine which lay in Essex County afores'd.  Beginning at a stone in the middle of the Brook in James Marshalls line which Brook is the line between the Counties of Essex and Somerset and from thence running with the said Marshalls line and binding on it north fifty three degrees East one Chain and thirty three links to an heap of Stones; thence North thirteen degrees East eight chains and fifty five links, to a stake near the North West corner of the School house thence North thirteen degrees West binding on Stanbery [??] eight chains and eighty links to an old [??] Walnut stump near the top of the Second Mountain being George Brown's corner; thence with his line and binding thereon; North allowing the variation ten Chains and twenty seven links to an heap of stones being a corner of land lately belonging to Joseph Valentine, then with his line and binding on it West twenty two Chains and sixteen links to a stone in the middle of said Brook being the line between the aboves'd two counties and from thence along down the said Brook, the several courses thereof to where it first began ...Excepting about six acres at the North West Corner which belongs or did belong to Ephraim Hayes and part of a certain lot called the Saw Mill lot..."  Signed by Moses Conkling.  Margaret signified assent with her mark.  Henry Allen and William Coles were witnesses. Deeds, v. F - G, 1801 - 1803, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 911901.  Book F, pp. 467 - 469.
Westfield 1803 12-Feb Conkling Joseph [son of Joseph Conklin and Mary Cory, husband of Rebecca Ross] Sold property to Benjamin Hinds.  Joseph is described as being of the township of Westfield; Benjamin Hinds is described as being of the Borough of Elizabeth Town.  Joseph was paid 500 pounds York currency for the property.  The property, located in the Township of Westfield, was purchased by Joseph from William Ludlum on 2 March 1792 and was  bounded by a road "...leading up by these premises towards Westfield Meeting House, being a corner of a certain piece of land which the said Joseph Conkling sold to David Ross, and from thence running with his line and binding therein North forty three degrees East, fifteen chains and seventy links to a Stone, being said David Rosses corner and is in Matthias Ludlums line and from thence with it and binding on it South forty nine degrees East, nine chains and fifty three links to a stone being said Matthias Ludlums corner, thence with his line and binding on it, South forty one degrees west, two chains and forty eight links to a stone, being said Matthias Ludlums corner, thence still with his line and binding on it, and James Keytes, South fifty one degrees West fourteen chains and fourteen links, to a Stone, being a corner of land belonging to Andreas Denman, thence along his line and binding on it, South forty one degrees West, thirteen chains and one link to a Stone placed by the side of said road; and from thence Northwest, along up said Road, and binding thereon, twenty four chains and thirty three links, to the Beginning..."  The deed is signed by Joseph Conkling and "Rebekah" Conkling, witnessed by Daniel Reyt and William Coles.  The same property was sold by Benjamin Hinds to his brother-in-law, Stephen Parsel of Elizabethtown, on 12 February 1803.  Deeds, v. F - G, 1801 - 1803, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 911901.  Book G, pp. 418 - 420.
Westfield 1803 22-Feb Conkling Joseph Bought property from Andrew Briant  and his wife Sarah, Nathaniel Briant and his wife, Elizabeth, and their mother, Abigail Briant, widow of the late John Briant.  All parties are of Westfield.  Property bordered land of Samuel B. Miller, George Frazee, heirs of Daniel Pierson, deceased,  and James Mooney, also bordering the Mill Pond.  Note:  An Abigail Conkling married a Moses Brant [Briant?] at the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth on 21 November 1801.  Any relation?  [See 21 November 1801 entry for Elizabeth, NJ.] Deeds, v. H, 1803 - 1804, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 911902.  Book H, pp. 123 - 126.
Westfield 1806 6-Jan Conkling Child of Joseph Died. From "Register of Funerals at the Westfield Presbyterian Church" covering the period 1805 - 1882.  Posted at http://www.westfieldnjhistory.com/files/lr19.htm.
Westfield 1810 15-Feb Conkling William Pierson Married to Nancy Crane by Thomas Picton, V.D.M., of Westfield.  Marriage is recorded in War of 1812 Pension Application of William P. Conklin, who served as a private in Capt. Z. Rings' Company of the New York Militia.  He enlisted on 2 September 1814 and was discharged on 1 December 1814.  He died on 15 September 1835 in New York, NY.  His widow lived in Long Hill, Morris County, New Jersey in 1855 and in Green Village, Morris County, New Jersey in 1871.  William Pierson Conkling was the son of William Conklin and Sarah Halsey, born 29 March 1786 (according to Littell).  He was the grandson of Joshua Conklin of Williams Farms. Marriage Records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriages, vol. A, 1795 - 1816.  FHL US/CAN Film 1301979, Item 5.  Book A, p. 94, document #126.  Confirmed in War of 1812 Pension Application File, as viewed on Ancestry.com.  Original data: Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files; (National Archive Microfilm Publication M313, 102 rolls); Records of the Department of Veterans Affairs, Record Group 102; National Archives, Washington, D.C.  On Ancestry found in Cole - Conl, image 782 of 802.
[Rahway] 1811 10-May Conkling Benjamin Died in Rahway.  Father of Elizabeth Conkling Pool. NARA M804.  Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives Catalog ID 300022, Record Group:  15, Pension #R. 2, 210.  [1852 pension application of Benjamin's daughter, Elizabeth Pool (Mrs. Jacob)]  Digital copy of original on footnote.com.  Page 4, image 11.
[Westfield (Rahway)] 1811 29-Jul Conkling Hannah [née Hatfield] Report by Thomas T. Kinney, Surrogate of Essex County, of Hannah Conkling's accounting of the estate of Benjamin Conkling, Reading as follows:  "Essex Orphans Court, June Term, 1811.  WHEREAS Hannah Conkling, executrix of the last will and testament of Benjamin Conkling, deceased, hath made and exhibited to this Court, under oath, a just and true account of the personal estate and debts of said deceased, as far as she can discover the same; and it appearing thereupon, that the personal estate is insufficient to pay the debts of said deceased, and praying the aid of the court in the premises: - The Court thereupon order and decree, that all persons interested in the estate which was of said deceased, appear before this Court on Monday the 23rd day of September next, to shew cause, if any they should have, why so much of the land and real estate of said deceased should not be sold, as will be sufficient to pay his said debts."  New Jersey Journal, 17 September 1811, Vol. XXVIII, Issue 1455, p. 1.  From Newsbank via NEHGS databases.
Westfield 1811 24-Oct Conklin Benjamin Notice of "Sales of the Real Estate of Benjamin Conklin, deceased" posted by Hannah Conklin, executrix at Rahway.  Benjamin is described as being "late of the township of Rahway, deceased …".  Property includes an acre of land with a 2-story house and out buildings near Bridgetown, about 1 acre of woodland in Rahway next to the plantation of Samuel Halsey, deceased, and 1 and 12/100 acres of woodland in Westfield on the south side of the first mountain, next to lands of Deacon Andrew Hatfield. New Jersey Journal, 26 November 1811, Vol. XXVIII, Issue 1465, p. 3.  From Newsbank via NEHGS databases.
Springfield 1749 8-Jul Conkling Eliakim "On 8 July 1749, Joshua Hempstead, the diarist, of New London, Conn., who was in New Jersey on a trip wrote:  'I got to my kinsman's Nathaniel Salmon about 4 and put up.  He lives at a place called Springfield (N. J.) and keeps tavern and one Eliakim Conkling keeps tavern close by on the other side of the road.'"  Eliakim was the son of Benjamin Concklyne and Hannah Mulford, born possibly in 1683 at East Hampton, Long Island.  He was the grandson of Ananias Conklin "Conckelyne, Conklin and Conkling," by Conklin Mann, published in The American Genealogist, Vol. 21, 1944, p. 147.
Springfield [?] 1793 June Conkling James Appears on June Tax List.  No township is listed - possibly Springfield or Newark? Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," June Tax List.
Springfield 1795 Aug/Sept Conkling James Appears on August/September Tax List Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," August/September Tax List, p. 004.
Springfield 1796 June Conkling James Appears on June Tax List.     Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," June Tax List, p. 004.
Springfield 1802 4-Aug Conklin Jonathan Married to Aphia [aka Sophia] Colie by the Rev. Gershom Williams of the First Presbyterian Church of Springfield. Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriages, vol. A, 1795 - 1816.  FHL US/CAN Film 1301979, Item 5.  Book A, p. 163, certificate #199.
Springfield 1803 14-Sep Conkling Jonathan Died at the age of 20 years.  Wife was Apha Colie, daughter of Daniel Colie of Springfield.  Jonathan was the son of William Conklin and Rebecca Whitaker and the grandson of William Conklin and Ruth Hedges.  Jonathan's nephew was the Nathaniel Conklin who was married to Elizabeth Woodruff by the Rev. James Scott of the 1st Reformed Church in Newark, NJ on 24 Oct. 1848.  Catharine Conklin, who was the second wife of Oscar F. Collyer, was the daughter of Elias and Mary Ann Conklin.  Oscar was married to his 1st wife, Christiana Roalifs, by the Rev. James Scott on 28 Nov. 1849.  Phebe Ann Conklin, Catharine Conklin's younger sister and the youngest daughter of Elias and Mary Ann Conklin, was married to an Alexander Wilson by the Rev. James Scott on 7 Sept. 1853.  "Gravestone Records from Springfield, Union County," Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vol. V., No. 1, Whole No. 17 (July, 1929), p. 10.  Listed in burials in the Presbyterian Church Yard.  
Springfield 1804 18-Nov Conklin [née Colie] Aphia [widow of Jonathan Conklin] Married to John Alyea by the Rev. Gershom Williams of the First Presbyterian Church of Springfield. Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriages, vol. A, 1795 - 1816.  FHL US/CAN Film 1301979, Item 5.  Book A, p. 165, certificate #199.
Springfield 1810 August Conklin  James Appears on August Tax List Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," August Tax List, p. 002.
Springfield 1811 Sept Conkling James Appears on September Tax List Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," September Tax List, p. 002.
Springfield 1811 Sept Conkling Elias Appears on September Tax List New Jersey Tax Ratables, Microfilm Reel #9 and #25, Tax Ratable Page #002, Book #604 (Citation courtesy of the New Jersey State Archives, Reference Dept.)
Springfield 1812 Oct Conkling James Appears on October Tax List Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Early Census Index," October Tax List, p. 002.
Springfield 1812 Oct Conkling Elias Appears on October Tax List New Jersey Tax Ratables, Microfilm Reel #9 and #25, Tax Ratable Page #004, Book #605 (Citation courtesy of the New Jersey State Archives, Reference Dept.)
Springfield 1812 - 1813   Conkling Elias Sheriff's sales posted in New Jersey Journal.  Some mention "the House and eight acres of Land, whereon Elias Conklin [also written as "Conkling"] and Silas Allen lives." Posted in New Jersey Journal, several issues (27 July 1812, 22 Sept 1812, 6 Jan 1813, 2 March 1813, 16 March 1813.  Viewed on America's Historical Newspapers database through NEHGS  
Springfield 1813 July Conkling Elias Appears on July Tax List New Jersey Tax Ratables, Microfilm Reel #9 and #25, Tax Ratable Page #002, Book #606 (Citation courtesy of the New Jersey State Archives, Reference Dept.)
Springfield 1814 July Conkling Elias Appears on July Tax List New Jersey Tax Ratables, Microfilm Reel #9 and #25, Tax Ratable Page #002, Book #607 (Citation courtesy of the New Jersey State Archives, Reference Dept.)
[Springfield] New Providence 1815 5-Jul Conkling Sally "of New Providence" married Sterling James Rose of New York.  The officiant was Elias Riggs of New Providence. Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriages, vol. A, 1795 - 1816.  FHL US/CAN Film 1301979, Item 5.  Book A, p. 180, certificate #203.
Springfield 1820   Conkling Elias Tax Ratables for Springfield Township.  NOTE:  There were no ratables for 1815 to 1819 New Jersey Tax Ratables, Microfilm Reel #9 and #25, Tax Ratable Page #003, Book #608 (Citation courtesy of the New Jersey State Archives, Reference Dept.)
Springfield 1821   Conkling Elias Tax Ratables for Springfield Township. New Jersey Tax Ratables, Microfilm Reel #9 and #25, Tax Ratable Page #003, Book #609 (Citation courtesy of the New Jersey State Archives, Reference Dept.)
Springfield 1827 27-Dec Conklin Elias Died at the age of 53.  [born c. 1774]  Cause of death:  "intemperance."  [Could this Elias have been related to the Elias Conklin who married Mary  Ann Haulenbeck of Newark about 7 months later?]  [See Springfield entry for 31 July 1828.] Records of the Springfield Presbyterian Church:  1818 - 1828, Burials.  Published in Gleanings, Vol. X, No. 5
Springfield 1828 31-Jul Concklin Elias Married to Mary Ann Haulenbeck [Appears as "Mary Jane [Anne??] Book ----HALLANBACH of Newark" in transcription from Gleanings.]  Mary Ann was the daughter of Jacob Haulenbeck and Catherine Vreeland, both described as being "of Pompton" at the time of her baptism at Trinity Church, Newark, on 15 October 1808.  Mary Ann was 15 months old at the time of her baptism.  [See also 15 October 1808 entry for Newark.] Records of the Springfield Presbyterian Church:  1818 - 1843.  Published in Gleanings, Vol. IX, No. 6.
Springfield 1860   Conklin John Appears in federal census, 29 years of age.  [born c. 1831]  Other members of household are Sarah E. Conklin (27), Mary F. Conklin (7), Eugene J. Conklin (5),  Joseph H. Conklin (3), and Pheby Conklin (68).  All family members were born in New Jersey.  John is a farm laborer. 1860 United States Federal Census.  Census Place: Springfield, Union, New Jersey; Roll  M653_710; Page: 688; Image: 686; Family History Library Film: 803710.
Newark 1779 Feb Conkling James Appears in New Jersey Ratables for Essex County, Newark Township (book 549).  Householder with one horse. From Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vol. 44, page 29.  Information provided by Maureen O'Rourke, Library Research Assistant at the New Jersey Historical Society, Newark, NJ
Newark 1780 Feb Conkling James Appears in New Jersey Ratables for Essex County, Newark Township (book 550).  Householder with one cow.  From Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vol. 44, page 29.  Information provided by Maureen O'Rourke, Library Research Assistant at the New Jersey Historical Society, Newark, NJ
Newark 1780 Oct Conkling James Appears in the October 1780 tax list. Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," October Tax List, p. 009.
Newark 1789 July/Aug June Conklin James Appears in the July/August/June Tax List for Newark Township Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Early Census Index," "July/August Tax List June Tax List," p. 010.
Newark 1791 11-Apr Conklin James Listed among men appointed Constable at the annual Town Meeting From "Collections of the New Jersey Historical Society, Vol. VI, Newark, NJ  1864:  Records of the Town of Newark, NJ," pages 169 and 170.  Information provided by Maureen O'Rourke, Library Research Assistant at the New Jersey Historical Society, Newark, NJ
Newark 1792 9-Apr Conklin James Listed among men appointed Constable at the annual Town Meeting From "Collections of the New Jersey Historical Society, Vol. VI, Newark, NJ  1864:  Records of the Town of Newark, NJ," pages 169 and 170.  Information provided by Maureen O'Rourke, Library Research Assistant at the New Jersey Historical Society, Newark, 
Essex County [Newark?] 1793 June Conkling James Appears in June Tax List for Essex County.  No township is listed. Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.  Original data: Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.  Database:  "NJ Tax Lists Index 1772 - 1822," June Tax List.
Newark [?] 1801 13-Jun Conckling Mary Married to Edward Hedden by [Rev. Ogden of Newark - possibly at Trinity Episcopal?].  Mary and Edward are both described as being from Orange Dale. Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriages, vol. A, 1795 - 1816.  FHL US/CAN Film 1301979, Item 5.  Book A, p. 45, certificate #75.
Newark 1808 15-Oct Haulenbeck Mary Ann Baptized at Trinity Church, Newark.  "Bp. Oct. 15. 1808.  Mary Ann, ae 15 months, dau. of Jacob Haulenbeck & Catherine, his wife, from Pompton."  Mary Ann was the wife of Elias Conklin, and the mother of Catharine Conklin Ward Collyer and Phebe Ann Conklin Wilson.  [See also entry for 31 July 1828 for Springfield.] Copied from Trinity Church Records, Newark, New Jersey Historical Society copy, by Fred Sisser III while conducting research on the family of Elias Conklin of Elizabeth and Newark, NJ.
Newark 1812 31-Mar Coughlin John Appears in List of Letters Remaining in the Post-Office, at Newark, N.J. Centinel of Freedom, 7 April 1812, Vol. XVI, Issue 29, p. [2].  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
Newark 1813 4-Oct Coughlin John Inventory of estate filed for "Coughlin, John, of Newark, Essex Co. Int."  Amount was $432.97, made by James Black, John Ogden.  "Includes old Bible.  Sworn to by Nickolas Coughlin, Adm'r, Jan. 13, 1817." From "Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersy," First Series, Vol. XLII, Vol. XIII - 1814 - 1817, p. 100.  File 11040 G.
Newark 1814 1-Apr Conklin Miss Margaret Appears in List of Letters, Remaining in the Post-Office, at Newark, N.J.  Note:  Notice states "Caldwell ; Miss Margaret Conklin." Centinel of Freedom, 12 April 1814, Vol. XVIII, Issue 30, p. [1].  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
Newark 1814 12-Apr Coughlin John Notice posted regarding estate of John Coughlin:  "All persons having Unsettled Accounts with John Coughlin, dec. will present them for settlement by the 12th day of July next, at the late dwelling-house of said dec.  All persons who do not comply with this notice will find their accounts in the hands of a magistrate; and all those who have accounts against said dec. will likewise present them by said day, or they will be debarred receiving any thing thereafter, by the administrators, - Peter Coughlin, Frederick Coughlin, Nicholas Coughlin, Anne Coughlin." Centinel of Freedom, 19 April 1814, Vol. XVIII, Issue 31, p. [3].  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
Newark 1815 5-Jun Coughlin Mrs. Daniel Appears in List of Letters remaining in the Post Office at Newark, NJ Centinel of Freedom, 13 June 1815, Vol. XIX, Issue 35, p. [1].  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
Newark 1815 5-Sep Conklin Isaac Appears in List of Letters remaining in the Post Office at Newark, NJ Centinel of Freedom, 5 Sept 1815, Vol. XIX, Issue 47, p. [3].  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
[Newark?] Essex County 1816 7-Jan Coughlin Ann Married to Daniel "Fimuster" [Femister] in Essex County, New Jersey.  Note:  In the 1860 census, her age would make her year of birth circa 1796.  Ann may be the child, "Antje," who was born on 26 June 1796 to John "Kagelin" and "Antje" Frederiks and was baptized at the Reformed Dutch Church of Pompton Plains.  If so, she might be the sister of Daniel Conklin, blacksmith.  She and her husband, Daniel Femister, shoemaker, appear in the 1850 and 1860 federal census for Newark, immediately after the family of Nicholas and Ann Fredericks.  Ann Fredericks [née Conklin] was the daughter of Daniel Conklin, blacksmith and may, therefore, be the niece of Ann Femister. "New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985" index in FamilySearch.org.  Indexing Project (Batch) #M52603-1, Source Film #914211, Reference #2:DZXH8Q.
Newark 1817 5-Dec Coughlin Nicholas In Newark Jail, per the following newspaper item:  "Notice is hereby given, To all whom it may concern, that we the subscribers, now in actual confinement in the Jail of the county of Essex for debt, intend to make application to the Judges of the Inferior Court of Common Pleas, of the county of Essex aforesaid, on the second Tuesday, (13th) January next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon thereafter as the court can attend to the same, in order to obtain the benefit of the several and respective acts of the Legislature of the state of New-Jersey, passed for the relief of persons imprisoned for debt or damages.  NICHOLAS COUGLIN, ISAAC BRANT, DANIEL ROSS, NEHEMIAH J. CRANE, JAMES FITZRANDOLPH, JACOB GARRABRANT, Jun. PETER H. COOK, JOHN I. POST, MOSES S. SIGLER, JOSEPH PIERSON, JASPER SMITH, JOSEPH LUDLUM, SAMUEL WARD." Centinel of Freedom, 6 January 1818, Vol. XXII, Issue 17, p. [4].  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
Newark 1818 13-Jan Coughlin Nicholas Notice to Creditors in newspaper, as follows:  "NOTICE is hereby given, that the Judges of the Inferior Court of Common Pleas, in and for the County of Essex in the State of New-Jersey, at the term of January, A.D. 1818, did appoint a special term of said Court to meet at the Court House in Newark, on Tuesday the 17th day of February next, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of that day, to hear what can be alledged [sic] for or against our liberation from confinement as insolvent debtors under the insolvent laws of said State.  NICHOLAS COUGHLIN, JOHN I. POST, JOSEPH PIERSON, JASPER SMITH.  Dated Newark Jail, Jan. 13, 1818." Centinel of Freedom, 3 February 1818, Vol. XXII, Issue 21, p. [4].  Viewed on America's Historical Newspapers.
Newark 1819 30-Aug Conkling William Appears in a "List of Letters, Remaining in the Post-Office Newark, N.J. August 30, 1819." Centinel of Freedom, 31 August 1819, Vol. XXIII, Issue 51, p. [3].  Viewed on America's Historical Newspapers.
Newark 1819 1-Nov Conkling Sarah (Miss) Appears in "A List of Letters Remaining in the Post-Office Newark, N.J. November 1, 1819." Centinel of Freedom, 2 Nov 1819, Vol. XXIV, Issue 8, p. [3].  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
Newark 1819 2-Nov Conkling William Appears in "A List of Letters Remaining in the Post-Office Newark, N.J. November 1, 1819." Centinel of Freedom, 2 Nov 1819, Vol. XXIV, Issue 8, p. [3].  Viewed in America's Historical Newspapers.
[Newark?] Essex County 1829 29-Jul Coughlin Wiant Married Margaret Tinbreck in Essex County, New Jersey.  [Is this the first wife of "Wyant Conkling" who married Lucy Minges on 1 Oct 1845 in Essex County, NJ?] "New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985" index in FamilySearch.org.  Indexing Project (Batch) #M52603-1, Source Film #914211, Reference #2:F01TGD.
Newark 1830   Coughlin Nicholas Appears in federal census for Newark as head of household, listed as "Coughlin."  Age is between 50 and 60.  Other members of the household are 4 males between 20 and 30, 1 male between 15 and 20, 1 male between 10 and 15, 1 female between 50 and 60, 1 female between 15 and 20, 1 female between 10 and 15, and 1 female between 5 and 10 years of age.  Stephen Lum is the fourth entry after Nicholas in the 1830 census.  According to Littell, a Stephen Lum married Catherine Conklin, the daughter of Nicholas Conklin of Newark, on 26 September 1838.  Stephen Lum, Jr. appears in the 1840 Newark city directory, living at 209 Mulberry, the same address as John Coughlin and Margaret Coughlin.   1830 U S Census: Newark, Essex, New Jersey, Page: 271; NARA Roll: M19-79; Family History Film: 0337932.
Newark 1830   Femister Daniel Appears in federal census for Newark as head of household.  Age is between 30 and 39.  Only other members of the household are two females, both between the ages of 30 and 39. 1830 U S Census: Newark, Essex, New Jersey, Page: 274; NARA Roll: M19-79; Family History Film: 0337932.
Newark 1834 16-Feb Ward Eliza "Of the township of Newark," granted divorce from her husband, Nathan F. Ward, by the Council and General Assembly of New Jersey.  Eliza and Nathan were the parents of William Wallace Ward.  Note:  Could William Wallace Ward have been the first husband of Catharine Conklin, the daughter of Elias and Mary Ann Conklin?  [See also timeline for Conklins of Elizabeth[town], Westfield, and Springfield by D. Hutchins, entries for 1828 and 7 November 1830 for William Ward for Elizabeth, NJ] Acts of the Fifty-Seventh [Eighth] General Assembly of the State of New-Jersey, at a Session Begun at Trenton, on the Twenty-Second Day of October, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty-Three.  Trenton, 1834.  Digital copy from Google Books, p. 79.
Newark 1835/36   Conklin Daniel Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  blacksmith.  Residence:  23 Lawrence.  Shop:  Harrison.  Probably the same as the Daniel Conklin who appears in the 1830 census for Elizabeth, NJ.  [See also timeline for Conklins of Elizabeth[town], Westfield, and Springfield by D. Hutchins 1830, entry for Daniel Conklin for Elizabeth, NJ.] Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Conklins appear on page 20 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Conklin Elias Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  shoe maker.  Location:  15 Kinney.  Probably the same as the Elias Conklin who appears in the 1830 census for Elizabeth.  [See also 1830 entry for Elias Conklin, Elizabeth, NJ.] Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Conklins appear on page 20 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Conklin George Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  mason.  Location:  Oak between Mulberry and Columbia. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Conklins appear on page 20 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Conklin Hannah, widow Appears in the Newark city directory.  Location:  8 Walnut. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Conklins appear on page 20 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Conklin Jesse Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  blacksmith.  Location:  169 Plane. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Conklins appear on page 20 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Coughlin John Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  blacksmith.  Location:  183 Mulberry.  Note:  John Coughlin's 1838 location, 15 Kinney, is the same as Elias Conklin's 1835/36 location [15 Kinney]. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Coughlins appear on page 22 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Coughlin John Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  grocer.  Location:  179 Plane. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Coughlins appear on page 22 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Conklin John L Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  cooper.  Location:  208 Broad.   Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Conklins appear on page 20 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Conklin Mrs. John L Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  millinery store.  Location:  208 Broad. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Conklins appear on page 20 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Conklin Nicholas Appears in the Newark city directory.  No occupation listed.  Location:  Mulberry fronting Kinney.  Note:  According to Littell (page 273), a Stephen Lum, son of Moses Lum and Nancy Morehouse, married Catherine Conklin, daughter of Nicholas, of Newark.  Their children were:  "1.  Sarah Secly ;  2.  Elizabeth. 4.  Rebecca M. married Sidney B. Day, of Orange.  5.  Elias Riggs, who died at 4 years.  6.  David, who died at 2 years."  [child #3 is missing from Littell's list or list was misnumbered]  A Nicholas Conklin appears in the federal census in 1840 in "Bloomingfield," [Bloomfield?] Essex County, New Jersey.  The Bloomingfield Nicholas was born between 1770 and 1780.  Other members of the household are:  2 males born between 1810 and 1820, 1 male born between 1820 and 1825, 1 female born between 1770 and 1780, 1 female born between 1810 and 1820, and 1 female born between 1820 and 1825.   Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Conklins appear on page 20 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Coughlin William Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  dealer in wood [sic] and hides.  Location:  173 Plane. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Coughlins appear on page 22 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Femister Daniel Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  shoemaker.  Location:  Lafayette n. Bruen.  Daniel was the husband of Ann Coughlin, who may have been the daughter of John Coughlin and Ann Fredericks.  Ann Coughlin may have been the sister of Daniel Conklin, blacksmith. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Daniel appears on page 33 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Hollenbeck Isaac Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  carpenter.  Location:  Spring n. Clay Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Hollenbecks appear on pages 44-45 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Hollenbeck John Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  carpenter.  Location:  Quarry n. High Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Hollenbecks appear on pages 44-45 of directory section.
Newark 1835/36   Hollenbeck William   Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  harness maker.  Location:  63 Commerce Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofnewar18351836newa.  Hollenbecks appear on pages 44-45 of directory section.
[Newark?] Essex County 1836 21-Dec Conkling Willet T[ailor] Married to Emeline Heath in Essex County, NJ.  Willet was the son of Stephen Conklin and Catherine Tailor, born on 6 October 1810.  He was the grandson of William Conklin and Rebecca Whitaker, great-grandson of Stephen Conklin and Deborah Dimon, and the great-great grandson of WIlliam Conklin and Ruth Hedges. "New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985" index in FamilySearch.org, Indexing Project (Batch) #M52603-2, Source Film #914211.  Marriage record is in Essex County Book C, p. 49, document #793.
[Newark?] Essex County 1837 23-Mar Conklin Ann E[lizabeth] Married to Nicholas John Fredericks in Essex County, NJ.  Ann was the daughter of Daniel and Sarah Conklin, born in Elizabeth[town], New Jersey in 1817.  Note:  Ann's place of birth was recorded by the enumerator in the 1880 federal census for Newark.  [See 12 June 1880 entry for Newark.] "New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985" index in FamilySearch.org, Indexing Project (Batch) #M52603-2, Source Film #914211.  Marriage record is in Essex County Book C, p. 21, document #748.
Newark 1838/39   Conklin Daniel Appears in Directory of the City of Newark.  Occupation:  blacksmith.  Home:  14 Fair; shop at 11 Bank. Image accessed on Internet Archive, http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pier.  Conklins appear on page 59 of directory section.
Newark 1838/39   Conklin Elias Appears in Directory of the City of Newark.  Occupation:  shoemaker.  Location:  36 Walnut. Image accessed on Internet Archive, http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pier.  Conklins appear on page 59 of directory section.
Newark 1838/39   Conklin George Appears in Directory of the City of Newark.  Occupation:  mason.  Location:  Walnut n. Mulberry Image accessed on Internet Archive, http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pier.  Conklins appear on page 59 of directory section.
Newark 1838/39   Conklin J[onathan] D[imon] Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  carpenter.  Location:  25 Catharine.  This is most likely Jonathan Damon Conklin, who died while visiting Rochester, New York, in 1848, according to Littell (p. 87).  He was married to Sally Nevil on 22 Dec. 1820 by the Rev. Robert Finley of the First Presbyterian Church in Basking Ridge, NJ [Somerset County Historical Quarterly, "Somerset County Marriages - 1795 - 1879 [Continued from Vol. I, Page 304] Recorded in Clerk's Office - Letter C (in part)", p. 56 (January 1913). According to Littell, Jonathan Damon Conklin was the son of Isaac Conklin and Comfort Pitney, the grandson of Stephen Conklin and Deborah Dimon, and the great-grandson of William Conklin and Ruth Hedges.  Page 81 from the New Jersey Calendar of Wills - 1791 - 1795 has an entry dated 14 April 1792 for Isaac Conkling of Morris County, NJ ("late of Westover, Orange Co., N.Y.") which names Comfort Conkling [née Pitney] as Int. Adm'x, John Pitney as Fellowbonds-man.  Both Comfort and John were described as being "of Morristown, Morris County."  (Lib. 34, p. 116).  Page 82 of the Calendar, entry for 19 March 1795, names Sarah, Jonathan D. and John Conkling, all of Morris Co., NJ, as children of Isaac Conkling of Orange Co., NY, dec'd.  John Pitney, grandfather, was appointed guardian.  Abraham Conkling is named as fellowbondsman. Image accessed on Internet Archive, http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pier.  Conklins appear on page 59 of directory section.
Newark 1838/39   Conklin John Appears in Directory of the City of Newark.  Occupation:  blacksmith.  Location:  15 Kinney [same as Elias Conklin, 1835/36 location] Image accessed on Internet Archive, http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pier.  Conklins appear on page 59 of directory section.
Newark 1838/39   Conklin William Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  coach blindmaker.  Location:  29 Halsey.  Note:  William was born c. 1804 in New Jersey.  He was married to Fanny Sayres on 18 July 1850 in Newark.  He appears as William "Coughlin" in the 1840 and 1851/52 Newark city directories. Image accessed on Internet Archive, http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pier.  Conklins appear on page 59 of directory section.
Newark 1838/39   Coughlin William Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  dealer in wool.  Location:  173 Plane.  Note:  William is the only "Coughlin" appearing in the 1838 directory. Image accessed on Internet Archive, http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pier.  Coughlins appear on page 60 of directory section.
Newark 1838/39   Femister Daniel Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  shoemaker.  Location:  Lafayette n. Bruen.  Daniel was the husband of Ann Coughlin, who may have been the daughter of John Coughlin and Ann Fredericks.  Ann Coughlin may have been the sister of Daniel Conklin/Coughlin, blacksmith. Image accessed on Internet Archive, http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pier.  Daniel appears on page 68 of directory section.
Newark 1840/41   Conklin Catherine Appears in the Newark city directory.  Location:  15 Hill. Transcript accessed on Distant Cousin, http://www.distantcousin.com/Directories/NJ/1840/Newark/CO.html.
Newark 1840/41   Coughlin Daniel Appears in the Newark city directory under "Coughlin."  Occupation:  blacksmith.  Only one location, 83 Halsey, is listed in the directory. Transcript accessed on Distant Cousin, http://www.distantcousin.com/Directories/NJ/1840/Newark/CO.html.
Newark 1840/41   Conklin Elias Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  shoemaker.  Location:  62 William. Transcript accessed on Distant Cousin, http://www.distantcousin.com/Directories/NJ/1840/Newark/CO.html.
Newark 1840/41   Coughlin George Appears in the Newark city directory under "Coughlin."  Occupation:  mason.  Location:  53 Walnut. Transcript accessed on Distant Cousin, http://www.distantcousin.com/Directories/NJ/1840/Newark/CO.html.
Newark 1840/41   Coughlin John Appears in the Newark city directory under "Coughlin."  Occupation:  blacksmith.  A Margaret Coughlin appears at the same address.  John appears in the South Ward of Newark in the 1840 federal census as "John Conklin." According to the census, it would appear that he was born between 1801 and 1810.  Also living at 209 Mulberry in 1840 is Stephen Lum, Jr., a butcher.  According to Littell, a Stephen Lum married Catherine Conklin, daughter of Nicholas of Newark, on 26 September 1838.  The female living in the household of Stephen Lum, Jr. in the 1840 census may well be Catherine. Transcript accessed on Distant Cousin, http://www.distantcousin.com/Directories/NJ/1840/Newark/CO.html.
Newark 1840/41   Conklin J.[onathan?]D.[amon?] Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  carpenter.  Location:  350 High.   Transcript accessed on Distant Cousin, http://www.distantcousin.com/Directories/NJ/1840/Newark/CO.html.
Newark 1840/41   Conklin Joseph Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  shoemaker.  Location:  94 Washington. Transcript accessed on Distant Cousin, http://www.distantcousin.com/Directories/NJ/1840/Newark/CO.html.
Newark 1840/41   Coughlin Sylvester Appears in the Newark city directory under "Coughlin."  Occupation:  tanner.  Location:  69 Catharine. Transcript accessed on Distant Cousin, http://www.distantcousin.com/Directories/NJ/1840/Newark/CO.html.
Newark 1840/41   Coughlin William Appears in the Newark city directory under "Coughlin."  Occupation:  Coach blindmaker.  Location:  29 Halsey.  Note:  William was listed as William "Conklin" in the 1838 directory and as William "Coughlin" in the 1851/52 directory. Transcript accessed on Distant Cousin, http://www.distantcousin.com/Directories/NJ/1840/Newark/CO.html.
Newark 1840/41   Femister Daniel Appears in the Newark city directory.  Occupation:  shoemaker.  Location:  Lafayette n. Bruen.  Daniel was the husband of Ann Coughlin, who may have been the daughter of John Coughlin and Ann Fredericks.  Ann Coughlin may have been the sister of Daniel Conklin, blacksmith. Transcript accessed on Distant Cousin, http://www.distantcousin.com/Directories/NJ/1840/Newark/CO.html.
Newark 1840   Conklin Daniel Appears in federal census in the West Ward of Newark as head of household, born between 1790 and 1800.  Other members of the household are 1 male born between 1820 and 1825, 2 males born between 1825 and 1830, 1 male born between 1830 and 1835, 1 male born between 1835 and 1840, 1 female born between 1790 and 1800, 1 female born between 1810 and 1820, and 1 female born between 1830 and 1835. Year:  1840; Census Place:  Newark West Ward,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   149; Page:  250; Image:  307; Family History Library Film:  0016516.  
Newark 1840   Conklin Elias Appears in federal census in the West Ward of Newark as head of household, born between 1800 and 1810.  Other members of the household are 1 female born between 1800 and 1810, 1 female born between 1825 and 1830, and 3 females born between 1830 and 1835. Year:  1840; Census Place:  Newark West Ward,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   165; Page:  250; Image:  339; Family History Library Film:  0016516.  
Newark 1840   Conklin George   Appears in federal census in the South Ward of Newark as head of household, born between 1801 and 1810.  Other members of the household are 1 male born between 1831 and 1835, 2 males born between 1835 and 1840, 1 female born between 1811 and 1820, and 1 female born between 1831 and 1835. Year: 1840; Census Place: Newark South Ward, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  235; Page: 250; Image: 481; Family History Library Film: 0016516. 
Newark 1840   Conklin John Appears in federal census in the South Ward of Newark as head of household, born between 1801 and 1810.  Other members of the household are 1 male born between 1835 and 1840, 1 female born between 1811 and 1820, and 1 female born between 1835 and 1840. Year: 1840; Census Place: Newark South Ward, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  226; Page: 250; Image: 463; Family History Library Film: 0016516.  
Newark 1840   Conkling Jonathan D[amon?] Appears in federal census in the West Ward of Newark as head of household, born between 1780 and 1790.Other members of the household are 1 male born between 1825 and 1830, 1 female born between 1780 and 1790, and 1 female born between 1825 and 1830. 1840; Census Place:  Newark West Ward,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   170; Page:  250; Image:  349; Family History Library Film:  0016516.
Newark 1840   Conklin Joseph Appears in federal census in the South Ward of Newark as head of household, born between 1810 and 1820.  Other members of the household are 1 male born between 1835 and 1840, 1 female born between 1810 and 1820, and 1 female born between 1835 and 1840. Year:  1840; Census Place:  Newark South Ward,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   242; Page:  250; Image:  495; Family History Library Film:  0016516.  
Newark 1840   Concklin William Appears in federal census in the North Ward of Newark as head of household, born between 1801 and 1810.  Other members of the household are 1 male born between 1831 and 1835, 1 female born between 1811 and 1820, and 1 female born between 1835 and 1840. Year: 1840; Census Place: Newark North Ward, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  213; Page: 250; Image: 437; Family History Library Film: 0016516.  
Newark 1840   Femister Daniel Appears in federal census in the South Ward of Newark as head of household, between the ages of 40 and 49.  Only other member of the household is one female, between the ages of 30 and 39.  The female might be Ann Coughlin, the daughter of John Coughlin and Ann Fredericks.   Year: 1840; Census Place: Newark South Ward, Essex, New Jersey; Roll: 250; Page: 237; Image: 485; Family History Library Film: 0016516.
Newark 1840   Fredericks Nicholas Appears in federal census in the West Ward of Newark as head of household, born between 1810 and 1820.  Other members of the household are 1 female born between 1810 and 1820 and 1 female born between 1835 and 1840.  Nicholas appears immediately after Daniel Conklin in the enumeration. Year: 1840; Census Place: Newark West Ward, Essex, New Jersey; Roll: 250; Page: 149; Image: 307; Family History Library Film: 0016516.
Newark 1841 14-Mar Conklin Mary Died at the age of 5 years and 7 months.  [born c. August 1835]  Daughter of Elias Conklin.  Buried in First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Newark From "Essex County Gravestones:  First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Newark" by Richard W. Cook, in the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, January 1964, p. 18.
Newark 1841 13-Jun Holenbecke Jacob [father of Mary Ann Haulenbeck, wife of Elias Conklin, mother of Catharine and Phebe Conklin] Died at the age of 64 years.  "Married."  Transcription states "from British Dom.,"  Buried in First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Newark. From "Essex County Gravestones:  First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Newark" by Richard W. Cook, in the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, January 1964, p. 21.
[Rochester, NY] 1842 August Conklin Jonathan Damon "…died when on a visit to Rochester, New-York, in August, 1842.  His family lives in Newark." Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (and Vicinity) Above Chatham by John Littell, 1852.  Digital copy from Google books, p. 87.
Newark 1842 20-Sep Conklin Elizabeth Died at the age of 12 years.  [born c. 1830]  Daughter of Elias Conklin.  Buried in First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Newark From "Essex County Gravestones:  First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Newark" by Richard W. Cook, in the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, January 1964, p. 18.
[Newark?] Essex County 1845 1-Oct Conkling Wynant Married Lucy Minges in Essex County, NJ.  [Note:  Is Lucy the second wife of Wynant?  See marriage of Wiant Coughlin and Margaret Tinbreck, 29 July 1829.  There was an age difference of approximately 13 years between Wynant and Lucy (see 1850 federal census entry for "Wynt Conklin" in Newark).] "New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985" index in FamilySearch.org.  Indexing Project (Batch) #M52603-2, Source Film #914211.  Marriage record in Book C, p. 255, document #1190.
Newark 1847 25-Nov Conklin Sarah Died at the age of 1 year.  [born c. 1846]  [Daughter of Elias Conklin????]  Transcription gives surname as "Concklin."  Buried in First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Newark. From "Essex County Gravestones:  First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Newark" by Richard W. Cook, in the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, January 1964, p. 18.
Newark 1848 21-Jun Concklin Daniel F Married by the Rev. R.S. Harris, Methodist minister [possibly at either Fourth Methodist at Union Street or Fifth Methodist at 8th and Quarry?] to Margaret Darington.  Daniel was the son of Daniel Conklin, blacksmith, of Newark.  In the 1850 federal census, Daniel "Concklin" (senior) is head of household for dwelling #716, family #1038.  Daniel F. Concklin also appears in dwelling #716, in family #1039, along with Margaret (19) and Lydia (9/12). Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriage certificates, no. 1241 - 1900, 1847 - 1862.  FHL US/CAN Film 1302535.  Certificate #1310 [Book C, p. 348].
Newark 1848 24-Oct Concklin Nathaniel Married Elizabeth Woodruff at the First Reformed Church in Newark.  Officiant was Rev. James Scott.  Nathaniel was the son of Stephen Conklin and his second wife, Catherine Tailor, the grandson of William Conklin and Rebecca Whitaker, and the great-grandson of William Conklin and Ruth Hedges.   Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriage certificates, no. 1241 - 1900, 1847 - 1862.  FHL US/CAN Film 1302535.  Certificate #1338 [Book C, p. 368].
Newark 1848 20-Nov Coughlin Dan Married Mary Byrne in Newark, Essex County, NJ.  Father of the groom is Daniel Coughlin.  Father of the bride is L.A. Byrne.  Groom was 33 at the time of the marriage; bride was 25.  Note:  Same index, Indexing Project (Batch) #I08087-9 gives a date of marriage of 23 November 1848, with a year of birth for the bride of 1825.  In this index, the name of the father of the bride is given as "A Bryne." New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985 index in familysearch.org, Indexing Project (Batch) #M51455-3.
Newark 1850 18-Jul Conklin William Married to Fanny Sayers by Rev. James Scott of the First Reformed Church of Newark. Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriage certificates, no. 1241 - 1900, 1847 - 1862.  FHL US/CAN Film 1302535.  Certificate #1548 [Book D, p. 119].
Newark 1850 8-Aug Conklin Elias Appears in federal census in the South Ward of Newark.  His occupation is shoemaker and his age is given as 42.  His dwelling is #628 and his family is #969.  Other members of the household are Mary A. Conklin (43), William Ward (23, coach lamp maker), Catharine Ward (20), and Phebe A. Conklin (17).  All members of the household were born in New Jersey.  William and Catharine had been married within the year.  [William Ward might be the William Wallace Ward who was baptized at the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth in November of 1830. [ See also 1828 and 7 November 1830 entries for Elizabeth, New Jersey, for William Wallace Ward.] Year: 1850; Census Place: Newark South Ward, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  M432_447; Page: 244B; Image: 500.
Newark 1850 9-Aug Concklin Daniel Appears in federal census in the West Ward of Newark.  His occupation is blacksmith.  Age:  56.  His dwelling # is 716 and his family # is 1038. Other members of this family unit are Sarah Concklin (53), Sarah Concklin (15), Charles Concklin (13), Ann Concklin (9), and Edward Fredericks (6).  Also in dwelling #716, but family #1039 is Daniel F. Concklin (21 years old), Margaret (19 years old), and Lydia at 9/12 of age.  [Margaret is probably Margaret Darington who married a Daniel Concklin in Newark on 21 June 1848.  The officiant was the Rev. R.L. Harris of the Fourth/Union Methodist Church.  Essex County Marriages, Book C, Page 348, Certificate #1310.]  All those living at dwelling #716 were born in New Jersey.  A transcription on Find A Grave gives Daniel's date of birth as 23 March 1794, and date of death as June 7, 1873.  The inscription on his marker gives his age at time of death as "79 yrs. 2 mos. 14 dys."  He is buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Newark.  Although there is a slight discrepancy in the day of birth, Daniel may be the son of John "Koghelin" and Antje [Anne] Frederiks, who was baptized at the Reformed Dutch Church of Pompton Plains and who was born on 21 March 1794. Year: 1850; Census Place:  Newark West Ward,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M432_448; Page:  376B; Image:  148.
Newark 1850 13-Aug Concklin William Appears in federal census in the North Ward of Newark.  Occupation:  carriage maker.  Age:  46.  Other members of the household are Fanny [née Sayres?] (41), Mary (4), George W. Sayre (15), printer, and Mary Sayre (11).  All members of the household were born in New Jersey with the exception of George Sayre, who was born in Mississippi. Year: 1850; Census Place: Newark North Ward, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  M432_447; Page: 2B; Image: 10.
Newark 1850 14-Aug Conklin Abram Appears in federal census in the South Ward of Newark, dwelling #813, family #1229.  Occupation:  silver plater.  Age:  38.  Other household members are Sarah (26), Mortemas A (7), John A (5), and Charles (3).   All members of the household were born in New Jersey.  Year: 1850; Census Place:  Newark South Ward,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M432_447; Page:  262A; Image:  537.  
Newark 1850 22-Aug Conklin George Appears in federal census in the South Ward of Newark.  His occupation is mason and his age is given as 42.  Other members of the household are Rebecca (40), George W (18), Emma L. (16), William (13), Nicholas (11), Frances (9), Ann E. (7), and Frederick (2).  All members of the household were born in New Jersey. Year: 1850; Census Place: Newark South Ward, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  M432_447; Page: 282B; Image: 580.
Newark 1850 23-Aug Conklin James T Appears in federal census in East Ward of Newark.  His occupation is blacksmith and his age is given as 41.  Other members of the family are Esther A Conklin (32), James N. Conklin (5), and Orianna Conklin (2).  All members of the household were born in New York, with the exception of Orianna, who was born in New Jersey. Year: 1850; Census Place: Newark East Ward, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  M432_447; Page: 165A; Image: 341.
Newark 1850 28-Aug Conklin Mary A. Appears in federal census in the South Ward of Newark as head of household, dwelling #1195, family #1717.  Age:  42.  Birthplace:  New York.  Other members of the household are Isaac (22), a jeweler, Mary E (15), Charles A. (13), Nathaniel C. (8), Anna L. (1), Anthony Rendoll (23), Wesley Stearn (18), William Hopping (17), and John Conklin (17), a hatter.  Isaac was born in New York.  All other household members were born in New Jersey. Year: 1850; Census Place:  Newark South Ward,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M432_447; Page:  294A; Image:  603.  
Newark 1850 28-Aug Conklin Wynt Appears in federal census in the South Ward of Newark.  His occupation is car man.  Age:  42.  Dwelling #1196, family #1718.  Other members of the household are Lucy Conklin [formerly Mingus] (29), Henry Conklin(3), Lydia A. Mingus (19), and Mariette Mingus (18).  All members of the household were born in New Jersey.  Note:  Wyant [aka Wynant, Wiant, Wyan] [aka Coughlin] was born c. 1806.   Year: 1850; Census Place:  Newark South Ward,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M432_447; Page:  294A; Image:  603.  
Newark 1850 7-Sep Concklin Joshua Appears in federal census in North Ward of Newark.  His occupation is painter and his age is given as 25.  He appears in dwelling #300, family #439, where John Austin is head of household.  Another Concklin, Emeline (14), is also in the Austin household.  Both Concklins were born in New Jersey. Year: 1850; Census Place:  Newark North Ward,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M432_447; Page:  29A; Image:  65.  
Newark 1850 20-Sep Conklin Sarah Appears in federal census in 5th Ward of Newark, Dwelling #201, family #305.  Age:  79.  [born c. 1771]  Place of birth:  New York.  Head of household is Isaac N. Baldwin (43), a carpenter, born in New Jersey.   Year: 1850; Census Place:  Newark Ward 5,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M432_448; Page:  433B; Image:  262.  
Newark 1850 21-Sep Conkling John N[evill?] Appears in federal census in the 5th Ward of Newark as head of household.  John is 36 years old.  Occupation:  Clerk.  Others in the household were Sarah (64), James L Conkling (23), and Frances N Conkling (21).  All members of the household were born in New Jersey.  Sarah is probably Sally Nevill, the widow of Jonathan Damon Conklin, who "died when on a visit to Rochester, New-York, in August, 1842" according to Littell.  Jonathan Damon Conklin was the son of Isaac Conklin and Comfort Pitney, grandson of Stephen Conklin and Deborah Dimon, and great-grandson of William Conklin and Ruth Hedges.  Note:  John N. Conkling is in dwelling #211, family #317 in the census.  The household of Charles E. Neville immediately precedes John's, in dwelling #210, family #316. Year: 1850; Census Place: Newark Ward 5, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  M432_448; Page: 434A; Image: 263.  
Newark 1850 23-Sep Femister Daniel Appears in federal census in the 5th Ward of Newark as head of household.  Daniel is 54 years old, born in England.  Other members of the household were Ann (53), Squire M. Crane (39), Jane Ann Crane (33), Horace F. Crane (13), and Ann E. Crane (9).  Ann, Jane Ann, Horace, and Ann E. were all born in New Jersey.  Squire was born in New York.  Note:  The family immediately preceding Daniel Femister's family is that of Nicholas and Ann Fredericks.  Ann was the daughter of Daniel Conklin, blacksmith, and was born in Elizabeth, NJ.  Ann Femister may have been Ann Fredericks' aunt. Year: 1850; Census Place: Newark Ward 5, Essex, New Jersey; Roll: M432_448; Page: 437B; Image: 270.
Newark 1850 1-Oct Concklin Joseph Appears in federal census in the North Ward of Newark.  Occupation:  shoe maker.  Age:  40.  Other members of the household are Catharine Concklin (35), Ann (11), James (7), Mary (5), and Joseph (2).  All members of the household were born in New Jersey.  Joseph and Catharine cannot read or write.  Joseph may well be the same Joseph Conklin, shoemaker, who is living next door to Elias Conklin in Livingston, NJ, in 1860.  Catharine may well be Catharine Stager who was married to a Joseph Conklin by William P. Hamilton at the First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth, NJ, on 23 July 1831.  [See also Elizabeth, NJ entry for 23 July 1831.] Year: 1850; Census Place:  Newark North Ward,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M432_447; Page:  89A; Image:  187.  
Newark 1850 7-Oct Concklin Thomas S [son of Daniel Conklin] Appears in federal census in the North Ward of Newark.  Occupation:  Blacksmith.  Age:  25.  Helen Concklin (22) appears with him in the same household.  Helen was born in England.  Thomas and Helen are listed in the household of Henry Essex (49), Mary Essex (49), Henry Essex (18), and Edward Essex (12), all of whom were born in England.   Year: 1850; Census Place: Newark North Ward, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  M432_447; Page: 102B; Image: 216. 
Newark 1850 10-Oct Coughlin Nicholas Appears in federal census in the 5th Ward of Newark as head of household.  Nicholas is 69 years old, listed as a carman.  Dwelling #659, family #925.  Others in the household were Clarrisa [formerly widow of Henry Doland] (46), John Doland (17), and Sarah F. Doland (11).  All members of the household were born in New Jersey.  Note:  One of Daniel and Sarah Conklin's sons, John A. Conklin, married Mary Dolan Ludman, a daughter of Henry and Clarissa Doland, on 10 January 1875.  Both John and Mary had been widowed. Year: 1850; Census Place: Newark Ward 5, Essex, New Jersey; Roll: M432_448; Page: 468B; Image: 332.
Newark 1851 26-Jun Conklin James L [son of Jonathan Damon Conkling and Sarah Nevill] Married to Eliza P. Jones in Newark. New Jersey State Archives, "Index to Marriage Records, 1848 - 1878," Reference:  Bk. K : Pg. 25.
Newark 1851/52   Conklin Abraham Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark for 1851-52.  Occupation:  Plater.  Location:  21 Liberty.  Note:  Abraham was born c. 1812 in New Jersey.  He appears in the 1880 federal census in New Haven, CT, a widower. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Conklins appear on page 93 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Conklin/Coughlin Daniel Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark for 1851-52, listed under the surnames of "Conklin" as well as "Coughlin."  Daniel F. Conklin (also listed as "Daniel F. Coughlin") is listed at the same home address as his father:  31 South Essex.  Daniel, the father, has two shop locations listed as well:  Commerce n. railroad (listed under the name, "Daniel Conklin") and 97 Halsey (listed under the name "Daniel Coughlin"). Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Conklins appear on page 93 of directory section; Coughlins appear on page 96 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Coughlin Eleanor Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark for 1851-52, listed as "widow of John."  Location:  127 Kinney.   [Note:  There is a record from the Reformed Dutch Church of Pompton Plains, NJ for the baptism of a Catharine Conklin (born 12 November 1813, baptized 16 March 1814), the daughter of John Conklin and Eleanor Teachman.  Could this be the same person as Eleanor Teachman?] Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Coughlins appear on page 96 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Conklin/Coughlin George Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark for 1851-52, listed under the surnames of "Conklin" as well as "Coughlin."  Occupation:  mason.  Location:  5 Cottage.  Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Conklins appear on page 93 of directory section; Coughlins appear on page 96 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Conkling James L   Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark for 1851-52, occupation:  engineer.  Location:  77 Union.  He is living at the same address as Sarah Conkling, his mother, and John N. Conkling, his brother.  James married Eliza P. Jones on 26 June 1851 in Newark. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Conklings appear on page 93 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Conklin James T Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark for 1851-52.  Occupation:  Spring maker.  Location:  49 Mechanic. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Conklins appear on page 93 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Conkling John N[evill?] Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark for 1851-52, occupation:  bookkeeper.  Location:  77 Union.  This is the same address as Sarah Conkling, his mother, and James L. Conkling, his brother.  Note:  John N. Conkling died at the age of 41 years on 25 March 1855.  He is buried in the First Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Newark.  [From "Essex County Gravestones:  First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Newark," by Richard W. Cook, in the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, January 1963, p. 30.]  The "New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720 - 1988" index in FamilySearch.org shows a death date of 27 March 1855, and an age of 43, with an estimated birth year of 1812.  Charles Conklin, who married Lydia Bird in Newark on 7 January 1851, was John's brother. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Conklings appear on page 93 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Coughlin Joseph Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark under the surname "Coughlin."  Occupation:  shoemaker.  Location:  24 Ridge. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Coughlins appear on page 96 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Coughlin Mary Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark, listed as the "widow of John."  Location:  107 Mulberry. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Coughlins appear on page 96 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Coughlin Nicholas Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark under the surname "Coughlin."  Occupation:  farmer.  Location:  123 Thomas. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Coughlins appear on page 96 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Conkling Sarah Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark for 1851-52, listed as "widow of Jonathan."  Location:  77 Union.  [Note:  According to Littell, Jonathan Damon Conklin died in 1842, while visiting Rochester, NY.]  Two of Jonathan and Sarah Conkling's sons are also listed at the 77 Union address in the 1851/52 directory:  John N[evill?] and James L Conkling. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Conklings appear on page 93 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Coughlin Sylvester Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark for 1851-52.  Occupation:  tanner.  Location:  24 Market. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Coughlins appear on page 96 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Conklin Thomas S. Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark for 1851-52.  Occupation:  blacksmith.  Location:  44 Bleeker.  Note:  Thomas was the son of Daniel Conklin, blacksmith. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Conklins appear on page 93 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Coughlin William Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark for 1851-52.  Occupation:  blind maker.  Location:  rear 29 Halsey. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Coughlins appear on page 96 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Coughlin Wyant Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark for 1851-52, under the surname "Coughlin."  Occupation:  carter.  Location:  193 Mulberry. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Coughlins appear on page 96 of directory section.
Newark 1851/52   Femister Daniel Appears in the Directory of the City of Newark for 1851-52.  Occupation:  shoemaker.  Location:  20 Lafayette. Image accessed on Internet Archive,  http://www.archive.org/details/directoryofcityo00pieriala.  Daniel appears on page 120 of directory section.
Newark 1852 25-Nov Conklin Catharine C Married to Oscar F. Collyer by Rev. Dr. Abeel of the Second Reformed Dutch (aka New York Avenue) Church in Newark.  Catharine is described as "Mrs. Catharine Ward."  The copy of the marriage register gives the date of marriage as November 24, but the announcement in the Newark Daily Mercury published on Saturday morning, November 27, 1852 (Vol. IV) states that the event occurred on the 25th.  The register describes Oscar as a widow, but states that Catharine is single.  Catharine had been married to William Ward, but I have been unable to locate any record of this marriage.  In a letter dated 24 March 2004  from Catherine S. Medich, archivist at the New Jersey Archives, she states that the New Jersey State Archives could not find a record of Catherine's marriage to William Ward.  Catharine and William Ward appear in the household of Elias Conklin in the 1850 federal census.  They are both described as having been married within the year. Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriage certificates, no. 1241 - 1900, 1847 - 1862.  FHL US/CAN Film 1302535.  Certificate #1543 [Book D, p. 93].
Newark 1853 7-Sep Conklin Phebe Ann Married to Alexander Wilson by the Rev. James Scott of the 1st Reformed Church in Newark.  Sister of Catharine Conklin and the younger daughter of Elias and Mary Ann Conklin. Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriage certificates, no. 1241 - 1900, 1847 - 1862.  FHL US/CAN Film 1302535.  Certificate #1594 [Book D, p. 118].
Newark 1854 24-Nov Conklin Mary A[nn?] Died at 56 North Orleans Street in Newark. Cause of death:  Inflamation of the bowels [appendicitis?].  Age at time of death:  48.  Place of birth:  New Jersey.  Note: Mary Ann Haulenbeck was born c. July 1807 according to her baptismal record at Trinity Church, Newark.  Mary Ann does not appear to be in any census records after 1850.   Information from index of death record for Elias on FamilySearch.org states that he was widowed when he died in 1870.  Elias, if he is the same person as the Elias living in Livingston in 1860, is not living with any family members at the time of the 1860 census.  It is likely that this Mary A. Conklin is the wife of Elias and mother of Catherine Conklin Ward Collyer and Phebe Conklin Wilson. Copy of "Return of Deaths in the City of Newark, County of Essex, State of New Jersey, from the First day of June 1854 to the First day of June 1855" from the New Jersey State Archives.  Vol. N, p. 141.  Indexed in familysearch.org, ref. #v N1 p 141, source film number 584564.
Newark 1855 25-Mar Conkling John N[evill?] Died, at the age of 41 years; [born c. 1814]  buried in the First Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Newark.  Son of Jonathan Damon Conklin and Sally (Sarah) Nevill.  John was the grandson of Isaac Conklin and Comfort Pitney, the great-grandson of Stephen Conklin and Deborah Dimon, and the great-great grandson of William Conklin and Ruth Hedges.  Charles Conklin, who married Lydia Bird in Newark on 7 January 1851, was John's brother. From "Essex County Gravestones:  First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Newark," by Richard W. Cook, in the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, January 1963, p. 30.  "New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720 - 1988" index in FamilySearch.org shows a death date of 27 March 1855, and an age of 43, with an estimated birth year of 1812.
Newark 1855 25-Jun Conklin Sarah L [first wife of Daniel Conklin] Died in Newark at the age of 59.  Born c. 1796.  Note:  There is an entry for "Sarah C. Conklin" on findagrave.com.  Date of death is given as 16 June 1855.  Date of birth is given as 10 August 1795.   "New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720 - 1988" index entry at familysearch.org.  Source Film Number:  584564, Reference Number v N1 p 179.  Indexing Project (Batch) Number B06655-9.  Viewed on 16 October 2011.  Buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Newark, NJ, Section B, Lot 68.  From record created by Cyndy and added to Find A Grave on 27 May 2009, Find A Grave Memorial #3753933. 
Newark 1857 29-Nov Conklin John Married to Bridget Ward.  FamilySearch index gives name of John's father (Edward).  Bride's father was Thomas Ward.  FamilySearch shows baptisms of John and Bridget's children at St. Patrick's Pro-Cathedral (Roman Catholic) in Newark. Appears in FamilySearch "New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985," Source Film #1398552.  Is also in New Jersey State Archives database, "Index to Marriage Records, 1848 - 1878," Reference:  Bk. K : Pg. 281.
Newark 1858   Coughlin Lucy D. [wife of Wynant Conklin/Conklin] Joined congregation of South Park Presbyterian Church by profession of faith. From "Record of the twenty-fifth anniversary of South Park Presbyterian Church, Newark, N.J., October 27th to the 30th, 1878," Ancestry.com
Newark 1858   Coughlin Elizabeth [wife of Nicholas Coughlin/Conklin, the son of Nicholas Coughlin/Conklin] Joined congregation of South Park Presbyterian Church by profession of faith. From "Record of the twenty-fifth anniversary of South Park Presbyterian Church, Newark, N.J., October 27th to the 30th, 1878," Ancestry.com
Newark 1858   Coughlin Theodore [son of Nicholas and Elizabeth Coughlin/Conklin] Joined congregation of South Park Presbyterian Church by profession of faith. From "Record of the twenty-fifth anniversary of South Park Presbyterian Church, Newark, N.J., October 27th to the 30th, 1878," Ancestry.com
Newark 1858 14-Jan Conklin Elias Married to Bridget Gibbs by Justice of the Peace D.W. Baldwin of Newark.  Note:  This Elias is not the same as the Elias Conklin who was married to Mary Ann Hallenbach/Hardenbrook in Springfield, New Jersey, in 1828.  Bridget Conklin, "wid Elias," appears in the 1865 Newark city directory.  The Elias Conklin who was married in Springfield in 1828 to Mary Ann Haulenbeck did not die until 1870. Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriage certificates, no. 1901 - 2550, 1862 - 1872.  FHL US/CAN Film 1302536.  Certificate #1928 [Book D, p. 229].
Newark 1859 3-Jun Concklin Elias Died at the age of 24 [born c. 1835]  Occupation:  Basket maker.  Married. Posted on FamilySearch, "New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720 - 1988".  Indexing Project (Batch) #B06656-4.  Source Film #584564.  Reference #v N1 p 367.  (Film #584564 is of "Deaths, Newark City, v. N1-N2, 1848 - 1867" - microfilm of original records at the New Jersey State Library, Trenton.)
Newark 1859   Conklin Daniel Blacksmith, listed at 161 Commerce in Newark in 1859 Essex, Union, Hudson Counties New Jersey Directory Borden, Ann, comp.. Essex, Union, Hudson Counties New Jersey 1859 Directory [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001.
Newark 1859   Conclan Thos. F. Blacksmith, listed at 2 Maiden Lane in Newark in the 1859 Essex, Union, Hudson Counties New Jersey Directory.  This may be the same person as the Thomas S. Concklin who appears in the 1850 federal census for Newark. Borden, Ann, comp.. Essex, Union, Hudson Counties New Jersey 1859 Directory [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001.
Newark 1860 16-Jun Conklin Clarissa [2nd (?) wife of Nicholas Conklin] Appears in federal census for the 4th Ward of Newark.  Occupation:  None listed.  Age:  55.  [born c. 1805]  Birthplace:  New Jersey.  Living in Dwelling #274, family #363. Year: 1860; Census Place:  Newark Ward 4,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M653_688; Page:  407; Image:  407; Family History Library Film:  803688.  
Newark 1860 17-Jun Conklyn Ann Married to Henry Boyst by Justice of the Peace, D.W. Baldwin, of Newark. Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriage certificates, no. 1901 - 2550, 1862 - 1872.  FHL US/CAN Film 1302536.  Certificate #1928 [Book D, p. 230].
Newark 1860 19-Jun Conklin [aka Konklin, Coughlin] Whiet [aka Wyan, Wynan, Wynant, Wyant] Appears in federal Census for the 10th Ward of Newark.  Occupation:  car man.  Age:  54.  Dwelling #567, Family #698.  Other members of the household are Lucy (31) [probably Lucy Mingis who married a Wynant (Wyant) Conkling.  Essex County Marriages, Book C, p. 255, Certificate #1190], Henry (13), John (7), Mary (6), and Frank (3), all born in New Jersey. Year: 1860; Census Place:  Newark Ward 10,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M653_689; Page:  605; Image:  610; Family History Library Film:  803689.  
Newark 1860 27-Jun Conklin Ellen Appears in federal census for 3rd Ward of Newark.  No occupation.  Age:  80.  Birthplace:  New York.  Dwelling #651, Family #804.  Other members of household:  Catherine Valentine (44), Henry (15),  Year: 1860; Census Place:  Newark Ward 3,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M653_688; Page:  295; Image:  296; Family History Library Film:  803688.  (Note:  Ellen's surname is indexed as "Conklen.")
Newark 1860 30-Jun Conklin Thomas S Appears in federal census for 7th Ward of Newark.  Occupation:  blacksmith.  Age:  34.  Birthplace:  New Jersey.  Dwelling #1360, Family #1947.  Other household members:  Ellen (31) born in England, and Mary A (9) born in New Jersey. Year: 1860; Census Place:  Newark Ward 7,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M653_689; Page:  366; Image:  371; Family History Library Film:  803689. 
Newark 1860 13-Jul Conklin Joshua Appears in federal census for 11th Ward of Newark.  Occupation:  house painter.  No age given.  No dwelling or family numbers are given.  Other members of the household are Charlotte (35), William (6), Joseph (6), Emma A (10/12), and Joshua (5).  All members of the household were born in New Jersey. Year: 1860; Census Place:  Newark Ward 11,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M653_689; Page:  744; Image:  749; Family History Library Film:  803689.  
Newark 1860 19-Jul Conklin Daniel Appears in federal census for 5th Ward of Newark.  Occupation:  blacksmith.  Age:  65.  Dwelling #2014, family #2848.  Other members of the household:  Rachael (63) and Ann (18).  All household members were born in New Jersey. Year: 1860; Census Place: Newark Ward 5, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  M653_688; Page: 682; Image: 680; Family History Library Film: 803688.  
Newark 1860 19-Jul Femister Daniel Appears in federal census for 5th Ward of Newark.  Occupation:  shoemaker; Age:  64.  Place of birth:  England.  Dwelling #2061, family #2922.  Other members of the household are Annie (64) born in New Jersey and Bridget McKinney (23), a servant, born in Ireland.  The family of Squire M. Crane is also living in dwelling #2061, appearing as family #2921. Year: 1860; Census Place: Newark Ward 5, Essex, New Jersey; Roll: M653_688; Page: 691; Image: 689; Family History Library Film: 803688.
Newark 1860 19-Jul Fredericks  Nicholas J[ohn] Appears in federal census for 5th Ward of Newark.  Occupation:  sash & blind manufacturer.  Age:  46.  Dwelling #2060, family #2920.  Other members of the household:  Ann [née Conklin, Daughter of Daniel and Sarah] (43), Sarah (21), Ann (19), John (17), Joseph (12), Henrietta (8?), Eliza (3), and Edward (15).  All members of the household were born in New Jersey. Year: 1860; Census Place: Newark Ward 5, Essex, New Jersey; Roll: M653_688; Page: 691; Image: 689; Family History Library Film: 803688.
Newark 1860 25-Jul Conklin George Appears in federal census for 9th Ward of Newark.  Occupation:  mason; Age:  52.  Dwelling #1383, family #1727.  Other members of the household are Emma (25), William H (23, jeweler), Nicholas (21), Frances H (17), and Frederic (11).  All members of the household were born in New Jersey.  [Note:  A George Conklin was a member of Company E, 33rd Infantry Regiment New Jersey during the Civil War.  He was enrolled on 24 August 1863.  He was mustered in on 29 August 1863.  He died at the U.S. Gen. Hospital in Louisville, KY on 5 September 1864 from wounds received in action on 8 May 1864.  I do not know if this George was related to George Conklin, mason.  An 18-year old male, George, was in the elder George Conklin's household at the time of the 1850 census in Newark.  Was this soldier that same George?] Year: 1860; Census Place: Newark Ward 9, Essex, New Jersey; Roll  M653_688; Page: 774; Image: 772; Family History Library Film: 803688.
Newark 1863 27-Jun Conkling Charles Married to Louisa N. Shafer in Newark.  According to FamilySearch index, groom's father was Charles N (or F) Conkling.  Groom was born in 1841, bride in 1839. Appears in FamilySearch "New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985," Source Film #584561, Reference #:  p 562.  Is also in New Jersey State Archives database, "Index to Marriage Records, 1848 - 1878," Reference:  Bk. K : Pg. 562.
Newark 1868 25 or 26 Dec Conklin James Married to Bridget Riley at St. James Roman Catholic Church in Newark.  The FamilySearch index gives the names of the groom's parents as Nicolas and Catharine.  The bride's parents were James and Margaret. Appears in FamilySearch "New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985," Source Film #1398541, Reference #:  2: 1LX5W0H.  Is also in New Jersey State Archives database, "Index to Marriage Records, 1848 - 1878," Reference:  Bk. BH : Pg. 233.
Newark 1869 28-Apr Conklin Daniel Married Eliza M. Smith.  According to the FamilySearch index of New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985, Daniel was 75 years of age and the bride was 59 years of age (year of birth given as 1810),  Eliza's age at the time of the 1870 census shows her age as 60, but with a middle initial of "A." Appears in FamilySearch "New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985," Source Film #494146, Reference #:  P 228 M552.  Is also in New Jersey State Archives database, "Index to Marriage Records, 1848 - 1878," Reference:  Bk. BH : Pg. 228.
Newark 1870 1-Mar Conklin Elias Died at the Newark Alms House on Elizabeth Avenue in the 3rd Ward, Newark.  The obituaries in the Newark Daily Journal and the Newark Evening Courier give his age as 62.  The information from the 1870 U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedule states that he was 64 at the time of his death.  FamilySearch reports his age at time of death as 65 and year of birth as 1805 in their indexing of the death record from "New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720 - 1988." Several sources:   United States. Nonpopulation Census Schedules for New Jersey, 1850-1880: Mortality. M1810, 4 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C., 1870 census, page 97, line 6, Roll M1810_1; obituary from Newark Daily Journal, Thursday, 3 March, 1870; obituary from Newark Evening Courier, Thursday, 3 March 1870.  Appears in FamilySearch "New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985," Source Film #5845690, Reference #:  v AO p 269.
Newark 1870 25-Jun Conklin Dan Appears in the federal census for Newark, dwelling #750, family #1067.  Dan[iel], blacksmith, is listed as being 70 years of age, born in New Jersey.  Other members of the household are Eliza A (60), born in Connecticut, and G.N. Allen (43), a hatter, born in Maryland. Year: 1870; Census Place: Newark Ward 5, Essex, New Jersey; Roll: M593_880; Page: 450B; Image: 285; Family History Library Film: 552379.
Newark 1871 7-Oct Conklin Charles Died at the age of 67 years in Newark [born c. 1804].  Marital status as time of death:  Married.   "New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720 - 1988" index on FamilySearch.org. Indexing Project (Batch) #B06575-6, Source Film #584592, Reference #v AS p 244.
Newark 1873 7-Jun Conklin Daniel Died at the age of 79 years, 2 months, 14 days.  Buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Newark.  Will, dated 2 June 1873, names his wife [no name given]; his surviving children Thomas S Conklin; John A. Conklin; Daniel F. Conklin; Charles L. Conklin; Ann E. Fredericks; Sarah M. Williams; and Ann [F Opie??]; and grandson John E. Fredericks, the son of his deceased daughter Susannah.  Nicholas John Fredericks, son-in-law, was named executor of the estate. Transcription from findagrave.com.  Gives Daniel's date of birth as 23 March 1794.  Will recorded in Book S of Wills for Essex County, on page 218.
Newark 1874 5-Jan Wilson, née Conklin Phebe [wife of Alexander Wilson] Died at the age of 40 years, 5 months.  Cause of death:  consumption.  Return of Deaths lists Phebe as a widow.  Her husband was alive in 1870 and appears with his family in the federal census for both Randolph Township, Morris County, New Jersey, on 20 July 1870, and for the 5th Ward of Davenport, Scott County, Iowa on 31 August 1870.  There is a listing for an Alexander Wilson, who died on 15 March 1873 in Scott County, Iowa in "Iowa Cemetery Records" in Ancestry.com.  Davenport is in Scott County.  According to the federal census, Alexander was born circa 1828.  The cemetery record for Alexander Wilson gives a year of birth of 1828.  This could well be Phebe's husband. "Return of Deaths in the City of Newark County of Essex State of New Jersey, from the 1st day of June 1873 to the 1st day of June 1874."  Indexed in familysearch.org "New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720 - 1988," Source Film #584596, Reference #v AW p 285.  Copy of Return obtained from New Jersey State Archives, Division of Archives & Records Management.
Newark 1874 19-May Fredericks Nicholas John Died.  Husband of Ann Elizabeth Conklin. From Find A Grave, Memorial #37593504.  Record created and added by Cyndy on 27 May 2009.  Buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Newark, NJ, Plot:  Section B, Lot 68.  Death record indexed in "New Jersey, Deaths and Burials Index, 1798 - 1971" on FamilySearch.org, FHL Film #584596.
Newark 1875 10-Jan Conklin John A Married Mary Dolan Ludman.  Both are described as widowed.  John is the son of Daniel Conklin (blacksmith, born 1794) and Sarah, Daniel's first wife. FamilySearch "New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985."  Source film #494156.  Reference #:  p. 381.
Newark 1880 12-Jun Fredricks Ann Appears in the federal census for Newark, living at 36 Layfayette Street.  Ann, a widow is 63 years of age.  Her place of birth is listed as Elizabeth, with both parents having been born in New Jersey.  Other members of the household are Annie (28), and Lydia (22), both of whom were born in Newark. Year: 1880; Census Place: Newark, Essex, New Jersey; Roll: 777; Family History Film: 1254777; Page: 334B; Enumeration District: 36; Image: 0044.
Newark 1881 28-Aug Collyer   Oscar F. Died at the age of 56 years, 2 months, and 2 days of "pulmonary consumption" [tuberculosis].  Oscar was the second husband of Catharine Conklin Ward.  He was the son of Samuel C. Collyer and Ruth Cross, both of Basking Ridge, New Jersey. State of New Jersey.  Certificate of Death.  Copy from New Jersey State Archives.  1881.  Certificate #C40.  Obituary appears in Newark Morning Register and the Newark Daily Journal for Tuesday August 30, 1881.  
Newark 1882 5-Dec Coughlin Wynant Died, at the age of 77.  Born c. 1805.  Index indicates that he was a widower at the time of his death. "New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720 - 1988" index entry at familysearch.org.  Source Film Number:  589833, Reference Number "Reg. of Deaths."  Indexing Project (Batch) Number B06643-0.
Newark 1884 6-Apr Collyer (aka Colyer), née Conklin Catharine Died at the age of 54.  Cause of death:  uraemic eclampsia.  Buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Newark. State of New Jersey.  Certificate of Death.  Copy from New Jersey State Archives.  1884.  Certificate #C195.  Obituary appears in Sentinel of Freedom, Tuesday April 15, 1884.  
Newark 1895 9-Oct Conklin Daniel F Died at the age of 67.  Son of Daniel Conklin, blacksmith. "New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720 - 1988" index from FamilySearch.org.  Indexing Project (Batch) #B06620-0, Source Film #589801.
Newark 1896 6-Jun Fredericks, née Conklin Ann E[lizabeth] Died at the age of 78 years, 8 months.  Obituary transcription reads:  "Fredericks - on June 6, Ann E., widow of Nicholas J. aged 78 yrs. 8 month. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service from her late residence No. 36 Lafayette St. on Tuesday at 2:30 pm.  Interment at convenience of family."  Buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Newark:  Section B, Lot 68.  Find A Grave Memorial #375936210 on Findagrave.com. Transcription of obituary from Newark Evening News, Monday, June 8, 1896.  "File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by:  Cyndy B. sidney512003@yahoo.com  March 13, 2008, 5:33 pm."  Viewed on USGenWeb Archives on 19 May 2009.
Livingston 1817 1-Apr Conklin Elizabeth and Sarah (aka Sally) Sold property in Livingston, New Jersey, to Enos Littell.  Both Elizabeth and Sarah are described as being "of the Township of ___________, in the County of Sussex, and State of New Jersey."   Deeds, v. C2 - D2, 1816 - 1818, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 904119.  Book C2, pp. 627 - 628.
Livingston 1843 1-Apr Conklin Thomas Purchased land in Livingston from Cyrus Currier and his wife.  Thomas is identified as being from Essex County (Township of ____), and Cyrus Currier and his wife are from Newark.  The property is bounded by lands belonging to [Swain?] Williams, deceased, on the south side of [______field] Road "being a part of the Farm of the late Enos Williams, dec'd,"  among others. Deeds, v. V5 - W5, 1842 - 1843, Essex County (New Jersey).  Register of Deeds, FHL US/CAN Film 903674.  Book W5, pp. 307 - 309.
Livingston 1850 11-Sep Conklin Peter R. Appears in the 1850 federal census, living in the household of John M. Bush (42).  Both men are shoemakers and both were born in New Jersey.  Peter's age is given as 21. Year: 1850; Census Place:  Livingston,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M432_449; Page:  110A; Image:  227.
Livingston 1850 11-Sep Conklin Thomas Appears in the 1850 federal census as head of household.  Occupation:  farmer.  Birthplace:  New York.  Age:  50.  Other members of the household were "Hester" [probably should be Esther, maiden name Secor] (45), Daniel Conklin (18, shoemaker), and Cordelia Ann Conklin (16), all of whom were born in New York, and Nancy Conklin (11), Wesley R. Conklin (10), and Ezra V. Conklin (3), all of whom were born in New Jersey.  Note:  An Ezra Conklin was a member of Company F, 33rd Infantry Regiment New Jersey during the Civil War.  He was killed on 20 July 1864 at Peach Tree Creek, Georgia.  Any relation? Year: 1850; Census Place:  Livingston,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M432_449; Page:  110A; Image:  227.
Livingston 1850 11-Sep Conklin Josiah Appears in the 1850 federal census in the household of Charles H. Norwood (shoemaker).  Josiah's occupation is laborer.  He was born in New Jersey.  His age is given as 22. Year: 1850; Census Place:  Livingston,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M432_449; Page:  110A; Image:  227.
Livingston 1850 11-Sep Conklin Harvey Appears in the 1850 federal census as head of household.  Occupation:  Farmer.  Place of birth:  New York.  Age:  40.  Other members of the household are Mary Conklin (born in New York) (36), and William P. Conklin (11), Ambrose Conklin (7), Walter Conklin (3), Perlina C. Conklin (4/12), and Thomas Conklin Jun.  (shoemaker) (18), all of whom were born in New Jersey. Year: 1850; Census Place:  Livingston,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M432_449; Page:  110A; Image:  227.
Livingston (Centreville) 1855 7-Feb Conklin Daniel S Married to Harriet M Williams.  Both parties were from Centreville.  Officiant was the Rev. J. A. Morris . Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriage certificates, no. 1241 - 1900, 1847 - 1862.  FHL US/CAN Film 1302535.  Certificate #1626 [Book D, p. 137].
Livingston (Centreville) 1855 19-Oct Conklin Rachel Married to Josia Williams.  Both parties were from Centreville.  Officiant was the Rev. William F. Harris of Centreville. Marriage records, 1795 - 1920 [Essex County, New Jersey].  Marriage certificates, no. 1241 - 1900, 1847 - 1862.  FHL US/CAN Film 1302535.  Certificate #1660 [Book D, p. 146].
Livingston 1860 21-Jun Conklin Abraham Appears as head of household in the 1860 federal census.  Age:  29.  Occupation:  shoemaker.  Other members of the household were Phebe A (24), Edmund A (4), and Lorenzo (2).  All were born in New Jersey. Year: 1860; Census Place:  Livingston,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M653_690; Page:  194; Image:  212; Family History Library Film:  803690.
Livingston 1860 13-Jun Conklin Daniel  Appears in the household of David Burnett (76), shoemaker, who was born in New Jersey.  Daniel's occupation is shoemaker.  He was born in New Jersey c. 1793. Year: 1860; Census Place:  Livingston,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M653_690; Page:  187; Image:  199; Family History Library Film:  803690.
Livingston 1860 21-Jun Conklin Josiah S Appears as head of household in the 1860 federal census.  Age:  32.  Occupation:  Lightning rod [manufacturer?].  Place of birth:  New Jersey.  Other members of household:  Eliza M (28, born in New York), Vaughan A (4) and Claud R (2), both also born in New York. Year: 1860; Census Place:  Livingston,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M653_690; Page:  195; Image:  214; Family History Library Film:  803690.
Livingston 1860 21-Jun Conklin Wesley R Appears as head of household in the 1860 federal census.  Age:  20.  Occupation:  shoemaker.  Place of birth:  New York.  Other member of household:  Mary F (21), born in Michigan. Year: 1860; Census Place:  Livingston,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M653_690; Page:  195; Image:  214; Family History Library Film:  803690.
Livingston 1860 21-Jun Conklin Thomas Appears as head of household in the 1860 federal census.  Age:  60.  Occupation:  farmer.  Other members of household:  "Easter" [probably Esther Secor] (55), Daniel (28) - shoemaker, Cordelia (26), all of whom were born in New York, Ezra V (13), born in New Jersey, and Mira E. (1), born in Illinois. Year: 1860; Census Place:  Livingston,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M653_690; Page:  195; Image:  214; Family History Library Film:  803690.
Livingston 1860 23-Jun Conklin Henry Appears as head of household in the 1860 federal census.  Age:  51.  Occupation:  farmer.  Other members of household:  Mary (47) - both Henry and Mary were born in New York; William P (21) - shoemaker, Ambrose (17), Walter (13), Caroline E (10), Jesse (8 - male), and Elizabeth Conklin (19) - seamstress, all of whom were born in New Jersey.  William and Elizabeth had been married within the year.   Year: 1860; Census Place:  Livingston,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M653_690; Page:  197; Images:  218-219; Family History Library Film:  803690.
Livingston 1860 28-Jun Conklin Joseph Appears in the household of A.K. Wright (41), born in Ireland, a shoemaker, living in dwelling #235, family #259.  Joseph Conklin (49), born in New Jersey, is also a shoemaker.  [Is this the same as the Joseph Conklin, shoemaker, who appears in the 1850 census in Newark?]  Year: 1860; Census Place:  Livingston,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M653_690; Page:  199; Image:  223; Family History Library Film:  803690.
Livingston 1860 28-Jun Conklin Elias Appears in the household of James T. Collins (39), shoe manufacturer, born in New Jersey, living in dwelling #236, family #260.  Elias (48) is described as a shoemaker, born in New Jersey.  [Is this the same Elias Conklin who has appeared in the federal census for Newark in 1840 and 1850?]   Year: 1860; Census Place:  Livingston,  Essex,  New Jersey; Roll   M653_690; Page:  199; Image:  223; Family History Library Film:  803690.
Livingston 1862 13-Aug Conklin Daniel S. (widower) Married to Susan M. Conklin in Livingston.  According to the FamilySearch index, Daniel was the son of Thomas Conklin and Esther [Secor]. Appears in FamilySearch "New Jersey Marriages, 1678 - 1985," Source Film #584560, Reference #:  P 228 M552.  Is also in New Jersey State Archives database, "Index to Marriage Records, 1848 - 1878," Reference:  Bk. J : Pg. 231.