Streets
of
Camden, NJ

Cherrier Place
aka
Cherry Place
aka
Cherry Court


Cherrier Place, also known as Cherry Place and Cherry Court, lies south of Cherry Street, running east to west between South 7th Street and South 6th Street. Access is from an alleyway on Cherry Street. There is a fire hydrant at the west end of the block. The street first appear in City Directories in 1887.

The street appears to have been named after Frederick Cherrier, a well known tobacconist in Camden who passed away in the early 1880s.

Do you have an Cherrier Place memory or picture. Let me know by e-mail so it can be included here.

 Phil Cohen


1891 Sanborn Map

Cherrier Place can be found in lower right of the map, running south off of Cherry Street. The houses at this time were number 1-2-3-4-5-6


1906 Sanborn Map

Cherrier Place can be found in lower right of the map, running south off of Cherry Street. The houses were renumbered in the late 1890s.


1946 Map of Camden

Cherry Court, also known as Cherrier Place and Cherry Place, can be found in lower right of the map, running south off of Cherry Street, west of South 7th Street.


1946 Map of Camden

Cherry Court, also known as Cherrier Place and Cherry Place, can be found in lower right of the map, running south off of Cherry Street, west of South 7th Street.


 Unit Block of Cherry Place aka Cherrier Place 
Cherry Place prior to 1890-1891 Directory

 Cherrier Place
as seen from Cherry Street

July 1, 2012

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 Unit Block of Cherry Place aka Cherrier Place 
Cherry Place prior to 1890-1891 Directory

 

 5 Cherry Place

1887-1889 William H. Warren
harness maker

 

 

 5 Cherrier Place

1890-1891 Joseph Edwards
laborer


 600 Block of Cherrier Place aka Cherry Court
(Cherrier Place in 1924 Directory, Cherry Court in 1947 Directory)
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631 Cherrier Place

1900 William Davis
1923 Frank Burkhardt
1924 Stanley Obenak
1926 Samuel Belderman
1929 James Carter
1940 Loretta Pettyjohn
1947 Merrill Jackson
2012 Vacant

Photograph Taken July 1, 2012

631 & 633
Cherrier Place

Photograph Taken July 1, 2012


 633 Cherrier Place

1899-1900
William Harry Cook & Family
William Harry & Emily Bodine Cook
Helen S. Cook
Ethel Cook

Philadelphia Inquirer
February 23 & February 24, 1900

 633 Cherrier Place

1900 Jessie C. Houston

1903
Samuel White & Family
Samuel & Susannah White

1923 James Clark
1924 Vacant
1926 Mrs. Amelia Opitz
1929 Vacant
1940-1947 Mrs. Lillian Purnell
2012 Vacant

Photograph Taken July 1, 2012

635 Cherrier Place

1900
John Johnston & Family
John & Emma Johnston
Cecil Johnston
Alexander Johnston

1923-1924 Thomas E. Clark
1926 Daniel A. McNichol
1929 George Forman
1940-1947 Charles Anderson

Photograph Taken July 1, 2012

635 & 637
Cherrier Place

2012 Alexander WIngate

Photograph Taken July 1, 2012

637 Cherrier Place

1900-1903
Isaac N. Price & Family
Isaac N. & Annie J. Price

1923 Thomas Clark
1924-1926 John Michel
1929 Malcolm Poelard
1940 Mrs. Sarah Taylor
1947 Charles Taylor
2012 James V. Melton
2012 Tasha K. WIlliams


Photograph Taken July 1, 2012

639 Cherrier Place

1900
Harry N. Halloway & Family
Harry & Elizabeth Halloway

1901-1906 Fred Whittaker
laborer
1923 Russell A. Bakley
1924-1926 William Spiegel
1929 Richard Robinson
1940 Charles Baker
1947 George Rich
2012 Keyasha Campbell

Photograph Taken July 1, 2012

639 & 641
Cherrier Place

Photograph Taken July 1, 2012

641 Cherry Court

1906 Charles W. White
1923-1926 William Shimp
1929 Vacant
1940 Hugh Hall
1947 Lillian Wilborn
2012 Miriam Roque

Photograph Taken July 1, 2012

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641 Cherrier Place

1905 Emma White

Tri-County Chronicle
Cass City, Michigan
March 30, 1906

641 Cherrier Place

1917
Elmer G. Calloway & Family

World War I Draft Card

 

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