Streets
of
Camden, NJ

Cherry
Street


CHERRY STREET is one of Camden's 'tree' streets, running east-west between Spruce and Walnut Streets. 

The western end of Cherry Street, below South 3rd Street, was the original southern border of the Fettersville tract,  named for Richard Fetters, a prominent citizen of 19th century Camden. Fetters played a vital role in establishing the City of Camden. Richard Fetters in 1833 purchased from Charity and Grace Kaighn the land lying between Line and Cherry Streets, extending from Third Street to the Delaware River. Fetters, a Quaker, was a political and civic leader light years ahead of his time in his commitment to address the needs of his fellow citizens. The town of Fettersville grew rapidly, and in 1835 an additional tract was purchased from the Kaighn family extending south to Mount Vernon Street. 

Lots originally laid out by Fetters, measured 30x200 feet and in 1835 were assessed at $50 each. These low rates attracted many buyers of modest mean, a large portion of them South Jersey and Philadelphia blacks. He platted these lands into lots and sold them for $125 for a lot 40 x 100 feet. Fetter's plan placed the fronts on the streets running east and west in consideration of his design for a ferry to be located at the foot of Spruce Street. This ferry never was built, as the Kaighns' Point Ferry more than adequately serviced the area's needs.

Do you have a Cherry Street memory or picture. Let me know by e-mail so it can be included here.

 Phil Cohen


When I was a kid I remember that I was told that in I would guess the first twenty years or so of the 20th century, that Cherry Street was known for all the Italian umbrella makers and repairers, who lived in that neighborhood, and that some people called the west end of Cherry Street "Gas House" or "Coke House" because of the coke plant and PSE&G gas plant. A lot of the Italians that lived in that neighborhood were in the needle and garment trades years later.

John Ciafrani
October 2004


200 Block of Cherry Street
249 Cherry Street

1905 Rose Mitchell

Philadelphia Inquirer
December 18, 1905

Arthur Stanley - Maud Trusty - 
Edward Nugent - O. Glen Stackhouse

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257 Cherry Street

1909-1924
Mrs. Elizabeth Mackey & Family
Frank Mackey

Camden Daily Courier
January 9, 1909

257 Cherry Street

1909-1924
Mrs. Elizabeth Mackey & Family
Frank Mackey

Philadelphia inquirer
June 10, 1910

257 Cherry Street

1909-1924
Mrs. Elizabeth Mackey & Family
Frank Mackey

Philadelphia inquirer
March 14, 1911

  257 Cherry Street

1929 Vacant

  261 Cherry Street

1924 James Gardiner
1929 Vacant 

  263 Cherry Street

1914-1929 Donato Fanelle
rags
1938
Rocco Fanelle's Junkyard 

1914-1929 Donato Fanelle
1938 George W. & Flora Jackson

  265 Cherry Street

1924 Peter Leisen
1929 Vacant
1938 George W. & Flora Jackson

  267 Cherry Street

1924 Mary E. Johnson
dressmaker
1929 Addison A. Thompson

  286 Cherry Street
1930s-1970s
Steinberg Brothers Bag Company
286 Cherry Street
April 6, 2010

Camden Firefighters arrived to find heavy smoke showing from the building with reports of people trapped. One victim was removed and transported to Cooper Hospital. One was D.O.A. The emergency evacuation tones were sounded as one firefighter fell through a floor. Minor injuries. Companies set up for a defensive operation. The fire consumed the entire vacant building.

Firefighters arrived to find heavy smoke showing from the building with reports of people trapped. One victim was removed and transported to Cooper Hospital. One was D.O.A. The emergency evacuation tones were sounded as one firefighter fell through a floor. Minor injuries. Companies set up for a defensive operation. The fire consumed the entire vacant building.

286 Cherry Street

Camden Courier-Post
April 7, 2010

Camden Fire kills man, injures 2  other people

By GEORGE MAST
Courier-Post Staff

A three-alarm fire in an abandoned building on Tuesday left one person dead and two others injured, authorities said.

Identities were not available for victims of the blaze, which was reported around 10:30 a.m. in the 2200 block of Cherry Street in South Camden.

A man who was pulled from the fire was declared dead at the scene, said Camden City Chief Fire Marshal Ralph Roberts. A woman who was helped from the burning building suffered smoke inhalation, he said.

A fire captain was taken to Cooper University Hospital with minor injuries.

Rescue workers arrived to find heavy smoke coming from the building, Roberts said.

He said it was not known if the victims were living in the abandoned building, which was last used as an auto-detailing shop.

The fire's cause remains under investigation.

286 Cherry Street

Camden Courier-Post
April 7, 2010

286 Cherry Street

Camden Courier-Post
April 7, 2010

286 Cherry Street

Camden Courier-Post
April 7, 2010

286 Cherry Street

Camden Courier-Post
April 7, 2010

286 Cherry Street

Camden Courier-Post
April 7, 2010

286 Cherry Street

Camden Courier-Post
April 7, 2010

286 Cherry Street

Photograph Taken October 11, 2011

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286 Cherry Street

Photograph Taken October 11, 2011

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292 Cherry Street

Photograph Taken October 11, 2011

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292 Cherry Street

Photograph Taken October 11, 2011

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292 Cherry Street

Photograph Taken October 11, 2011

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Intersection of South 3rd Street and Cherry Street
  922 3rd Street
1890-1930s
Johnny Carroll's

300 Block of Cherry Street
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  302 Cherry Street

1870s-1920s Harry F. Wolfe

304 Cherry Street

Staff Sergeant
Augustine Burgo

304 Cherry Street

Joseph Burgo

308 Cherry Street

1932
Fiore Tiziani

Camden Courier-Post
June 17, 1932

Nathan Wine
Broadway
Everett Street
Marshall Reinhemer
Erie Street

 

309 Cherry Street

1938
Stanley Thomas Young

Camden Courier-Post
February 22, 1938

 

319 Cherry Street

1880
William B. Gordon Jr.

Harry Weeks, of 320 Cherry Street, had one of his feet crushed yesterday by a heavy stone falling on it while he was at work at Front Street and Kaighn Avenue. He was taken to Cooper Hospital.

320 Cherry Street

1900 Harry Weeks

Philadelphia Inquirer
July 8, 1900

320 Cherry Street

1910-1960s
Antonio Fugaro & Family
Anthony & Amelia Fugaro
Morris Fugaro
Angelina Fugaro
Joseph Fugaro
Rose Fugaro
Rocco Fugaro
Nicola Fugaro
Salvatore Fugaro

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Carrol P. Sherwood

320 Cherry Street

1910-1960s
Antonio Fugaro & Family

In 1909 Antonio Fugaro purchased 320 Cherry Street from C. Moles.

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320 Cherry Street

1910-1960s
Antonio Fugaro & Family

Water Bill, May 1909

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320 Cherry Street

1910-1960s
Antonio Fugaro & Family

Permit to install, May 9, 1913

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320 Cherry Street

1910-1960s
Antonio Fugaro & Family

Property Tax Receipt
December 12, 1913

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321 Cherry Street

1914-1915
Rocco Fanelle

Philadelphia Inquirer
  November 11, 1914
 

322 Cherry Street

1908 Peter Celia

Philadelphia Inquirer
November 24, 1908

327 Cherry Street

1897-1898
Solomon Clark

327 Cherry Street

1906-1911
George H. Hunt

329 Cherry Street

1871-1883
William H. Schwaab & Family
William H. & Amanda Schwaab
George Schwaab

333 Cherry Street

1878-1879
William B. Gordon Jr.

  334 Cherry Street

1919
Michael Stellao

EARLY MORNING VISIT RESULTS IN $10 FINE

Arrested early this morning by Policeman John Schott and charged with breaking and entering a Mechanic Street house, Rocco Martino, 35 years old, 335 Cherry Street, was fined $10 in police court this morning.

The complaint was changed, to disorderly conduct after Martino said be couldn’t explain his actions at the home of Mrs. Helen Featherer, 323 Mechanic Streett. 

The woman testified she was awakened at 6:40 o’clock by pounding on the back door of her home. She said, Martino was trying to force the door and had broken a window.

335 Cherry Street

1925 Rocco Martino

Camden Courier-Post
January 25, 1928

  337 Cherry Street

1910-1912
Frank J. Cilberti Sr. & Family
Frank & Rosa Ciliberti
Bess Ciliberti
Anthony Ciliberti
Frank J. Ciliberti Jr.
Josephine Ciliberti
Mildred C. Ciliberti

  338 Cherry Street

1906
A. Valentine
bartender

342 Cherry Street

1878
G. Rudolph Tenner & Family
G. Rudolph & Keturah Tenner
Clara Tenner
Casper Tenner II

344 Cherry Street

1880-1927
G. Rudolph Tenner & Family
G. Rudolph & Keturah Tenner
Clara Tenner - Casper Tenner II

After 1885
Wilmer Davis  Family
Wilmer & Clara Tenner Davis
Clara Davis - Emma Davis - Ruth Davis
Keturah Davis - Amelia Davis

346 Cherry Street
1920s - 1969
Frank "Chick" Abbott
347 Cherry Street

1871-1872
William B. Gordon Jr.

348 Cherry Street

1887-1894
John Painter

 

348 Cherry Street

1915 Owen Maley

Philadelphia Inquirer
March 21, 1915

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O. Glen Stackhouse

354 Cherry Street

1914-1929
Joseph Rossa & Family
Joseph & Rose Ross
Wargo Rossa
Helene Rossa

Philadelphia Inquirer
January 27, 1915

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Fiore Troncone
O. Glen Stackhouse - Nellie Heard
Broadway

354 Cherry Street

1914-1929
Joseph Rossa & Family
Joseph & Rose Ross
Wargo Rossa
Helene Rossa

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 24, 1915

MYSTERY SHOTS PIERCE DOOR OF CAMDEN HOME

Mystery shots that splintered the door of a South Camden home yesterday started the police on a search for a group of youths seen loitering in the neighborhood.

Mrs. James Falconiero, of 354 Cherry Street, reported to Detective Benjamin Simon that she was awakened at 5 a. m., by a series of shots. She said she looked out a window and saw several young men entering an automobile a short distance from her home.

An inspection of the front of the house revealed several holes in the door caused by bullets. One missile, of 38-calibre was found buried in the plaster in the hallway.

354 Cherry Street

1933 Mrs. James Falconiero

Camden Courier-Post
June 17, 1933


400 Block of Cherry Street
  403 Cherry Street

1911 Luigi Vernello

406 Cherry Street

1878
Alexander Peacock
406 Cherry Street

1879
William Jeffreys
406 Cherry Street

1889-1881
William H.H. Clark
406 Cherry Street

Anthony & Rose "Nellie" Tantonio

This House was built in 1899. I was pleased to find this photo of my Uncle Tony & Aunt Nellie’s Home. About Anthony and Rose Tantonio, Uncle Tony spelled the name as ‘Tantonio’ but my Grandparents spelled it ‘Tantone’. Records of when they arrived at Ellis Island and all other records indicate ‘Tantone’. They are buried side by side in Calvary; my maternal grandparent’s marker reads ‘Tantone’ and their marker ‘Tantonio’. According to his Sisters he felt the name sounded more Italian spelled as Tantonio.

Anthony Venella, September 2011

406 Cherry Street

1969
Samuel R. Smith
Samuel R. & ELizabeth Tortella Smith

Camedn Courier-Post
July 21, 1969

410 Cherry Street

1916 Joseph Ferrari

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 14, 1916

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  412 Cherry Street
1940s - 1950s
La Familia Sanabria
  414 Cherry Street
1940s
Joseph DiMona Company
Warehouse
417 Cherry Street

1917 Charles R. Norris

Philadelphia Inquirer
April 30, 1917

The Majestic Theatre
James Gimello
Thomas Schneider
Broadway
Line Street
Spruce Street
Fiore Troncone

 

418 Cherry Street

1932 John Vesper

Camden Courier-Post
June 6, 1932

Henry Shultz, the carriage builder, was held in bail by Recorder Braker last night for assault and battery on Pauline Gottenburg, of 422 Cherry Street.

422 Cherry Street

1890 Pauline Gottenburg

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 7, 1890

Henry Schultz - Benjamin Braker

  423 Cherry Street
1910 - 1930s
Leonardo Mardino Family
433 Cherry Street

1936
Joseph Mardino

437 Cherry Street

1930
Joseph Mardino

433-435-437 Cherry Street

1913
SOUTHWARK
BOTTLING & SUPPLY CO.
Charles F. Sattler
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  -437 Cherry Street

1910-1911
Horace B. Parker Jr.
& Family
Horace B. & Gertrude Parker
Lillian Parker
Margaret Parker
Horace B. Parker III

 

439 Cherry Street

1908-1909
John E. Applegate & Family
John E. & Mary L. Applegate
Martha Applegate
Ethel May
Ferdinand L. Applegate
Miriam L. Applegate
Lillian F. Applegate
John F. Applegate

Phildelphia Inquirer
March 18, 1909

  443 Cherry Street

1914 Joseph P. Boone


500 Block of Cherry Street
503 Cherry Street

1914
John J. Olden

503 Cherry Street

1924
George B. Wade
Battalion Chief, Camden Fire Department
George B. & Mary Wade


  505-517 Cherry Street

1899-1914
William S. Avis
stables

1915-1921
James D. Freeston
Stables

  506 Cherry Street
1940s
N. Fuhrman Company
Warehouse
  507-517 Cherry Street

1924
U.S. Postal service
garage

P. S. HONORS EMPLOYEE

Charles J. Lack, 512 Cherry Street, Camden, completed 25 years' service' with Public Service February 3 and received a gold badge emblematic of' the occasion. He is employee at the Burlington Generating Station of Public Service Electric & Gas Company: Lack, started with Public Service at Camden and was transferred to Burlington in 1927.

512 Cherry Street
Charles Lack

Camden Courier-Post
February 7, 1938

513-515-517 Cherry Street

1885-1896
W.H. Wilkins & Company
lumber & millwork

1897
James F. Davis
lumber & millwork


Intersection of Daubman Alley & Cherry Street
Daubman Alley ran parallel to Broadway from Walnut to Cherry Street
   

Intersection of Coates Alley & Cherry Street
Coates Alley ran parallel to Broadway from Cherry Street to Division Street
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Coates Alley
&
Cherry Street

July 10, 2004

Northwest Corner

1885-1896
513-515-517 Cherry Street

W.H. Wilkins & Company
lumber & millwork

1897
James F. Davis
lumber & millwork

  Northwest Corner

1899-1914
505-517 Cherry Street

William S. Avis
stables

1915-1921
James D. Freeston
Stables

  Northwest Corner

1924
507 Cherry Street

U.S. Postal service
garage

Looking North
on
Coates Alley
from
Cherry Street

July 10, 2004

   
   

 
 
   

Intersection of Broadway &  Cherry Street
July 10, 2004

Intersection of South 6th Street &  Cherry Street
   

600 Block of Cherry Street
  601 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

602 Cherry Street

1904 Lee Sears

Philadelphia Inquirer
July 30, 1904

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Edward S. Hyde
Park Storage Warehouse
William Chambers
George Beach
Thomas Sherman
Austin Foster
Thomas Melton

Cherry Street

North 9th Street
Haddon Avenue

  603 Cherry Street

1890
Henry Bunting & Family
Henry & Clara Taylor Bunting
Leroy Bunting - Ralph H. Bunting
Edna Bunting - Blanche Bunting

2012 Gone

604 Cherry Street

1906
John Butcher

Philadelphia Inquirer
September 12, 1906

2012 Gone

  606 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

  607 Cherry Street

1947
Sixth Ward Colored Democratic Club

2012 Gone

608 Cherry Street

1878-1880
John D. Cooper & Family

2012 Gone

  610 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

611 Cherry Street

1935
Private First Class
Worthington W. Betts

2012 Gone

  612 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

  614 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

  616 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

  618 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

619-621 Cherry Street

1906
Camden Van Compnay
storage

1920s-1930s
Camden Courier-Post
January 7, 1928

Garages in foreground built after 1906

2012 Gone

  620 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

  622 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

  623 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

624 Cherry Street

1896-1898
Lewis E.W. Banks & Family
driver, Camden Van Compnay
Lewis E.W. & Nellie Banks
Sallie Banks

1910 Albert Boggs

Damaged by Fire June 2012

624 & 626 Cherry Street

Damaged by Fire June 2012

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  625 Cherry Street
1920

2012 Gone

  626 Cherry Street

1908-1909
Mrs. Eliza Holloway & Family
widow of James L. Holloway
Oley R. Holloway
Robert J. Holloway
James Holloway

  626 Cherry Street

1909
Miller & Holloway
ice cream
O. Miller & Mrs. Eliza Holloway

626 Cherry Street

1910 Oley R. Holloway
1910 Robert J. Holloway

2011 Vacant
2012 Destroyed by Fire June 2012

  627 Cherry Street

2012 Gone


628 Cherry Street

1879
William H. Whaland & Family
William H. & Mary Whaland
Lillian Whaland
Charles Whaland
William K. Whaland

2012 Gone

629 Cherry Street

1900
Howard Harrington & Family 
Howard & Margarette Harrington
Howard F. Harrington

2012 Gone

630 Cherry Street

1884-1890
William Wynn & Family 
William & Sarah Wynn
Alice Wynn
Anna May Wynn

2012 Gone

MARRIAGE LICENSES
CAMDEN

Anderson Williams, 48, and Anna English, 56, both of 630 Cherry street.

630 Cherry Street

1938 Anderson Williams

Camden Courier-Post
February 15, 1938

631 Cherry Street

Photograph Taken October 3, 2011

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2012 Gone

631, 633 & 635 Cherry Street

Photograph Taken October 3, 2011

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2012 Gone

  632 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

633 Cherry Street

Photograph Taken October 3, 2011

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2012 Gone

William Stroud, aged 16, living at 634 Cherry Street, was badly injured yesterday while at work in Dialogue's ship yard. He was removed to Cooper Hospital.

634 Cherry Street

1890 William Stroud

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 7, 1890

John H. Dialogue

  634 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

635 Cherry Street

Photograph Taken October 3, 2011

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2012 Gone

  636 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

  637 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

  638 Cherry Street

1920s-1930s
John F. Blackson

2012 Gone

  640 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

  642 Cherry Street

2012 Gone

650 Cherry Street

1890
Frederick Funk
saloon

Philadelphia Inquirer
August 7, 1890

Jesse Pratt


Intersection of Cherrier Place &  Cherry Street
   

Intersection of South 7th Street &  Cherry Street
   

700 Block of Cherry Street
701 Cherry Street

1894-1899
Samuel S. Buzine

701 Cherry Street

1908 Penilla M. Harrison

Philadelphia Inquirer
February 22, 1908

  704 Cherry Street

1890-1891
John C. Edwards & Family
John C. & Martha Ann Edwards
James Edwards
Lydia Edwards

712 Cherry Street

1938
John P. Kintzel & Family
John & Minnie Mintzel
John G. Kintzel
William R. Kintzel
Howard H. Kintzel
Marie Kintzel

Camden Courier-Post
February 22, 1938

 

712 Cherry Street

1938
John P. Kintzel & Family

Camden Courier-Post
February 23, 1938

712 Cherry Street

1938
John P. Kintzel & Family

Camden Courier-Post
February 26, 1938

  713 Cherry Street

1910s-1918
Corporal Arlington Baltimore

721 Cherry Street
June 17, 2006
Intersection of Cherry Street and Douglas Street

June 17, 2006
Busy 24 Hours in Camden NJ
6 Working Fires along with  a Rescue

Camden Firefighters  had  a Busy 24 hour tour  starting on June 16th and ending on June 17th with Four All Hands Fire and  Two  second alarms all in the South Camden section of the city. 

The first job was a working fire in a row of two story dwellings in the 1200 block Morton Street.  Later that day they had a working fire in the middle of a row of two story dwellings in the 700 block of Spruce Street a few hours latter in 

the AM hours they were call to the 700 block of Cherry Street

First in companies found heavy fire show in a large 3 story brick dwelling that put  all companies to work with in minutes part of the  structure collapsed  Battalion 1 called for a second alarm. A few minutes latter while to fire was going another alarm came in for a working fire at 908  Haddon Avenue, about 6 blocks away. 

As the companies were coming in they found another blaze a block away from the first job, in a row of 2 story dwellings  at 903 Haddon Avenue. 

Fire Radio put in a Special call to Camden County Fire Units to respond into the City, Fire Companies from Gloucester City, Oaklyn, Westmont, Collingswood, Pennsauken Township were put to work fight these blazes. By 4:30 AM all the fires were placed under control. 

A few hours later Firefighters were dispatched to 620 Sycamore Street for an Explosion and Fire with reports of people trapped. Engine 8 was first in with  Captain Dan Baker. He reported he had the end of a row brick 2 story dwelling that had exploded  and had numerous people injured and one  victim still  trapped on  the collapsed second floor and  he requested the Second Alarm to be transmitted. 

Rescue 1 was arriving with Captain Frank Sandrock and Battalion 1  Chief  Daryl Lewison along with Squad 7 and Engine 1 and Ladder Companies 2 and 1  and Battalion Chief 2 Mike Dipascale on the second alarm with Engine Companies 6 and 9, Ladder 3 and Special Operations Rescue  unit and Car 3 with Deputy Chief Mike Harper  and Chief of Department Joseph Marini in Car 1. 

Firefighters could hear a female calling for help from the collapsed  second floor.

Firefighters went to work shoring up the collapsed building.  Captain Sandrock of Rescue 1 was OPS Officer. About 30 minutes later firefighters were able to get to the badly injured woman. She had burns over 70 percent of her body. Rescue 1 firefighter Eli Hall was sent up the ladder  to bring her down. Camden EMS removed her to Cooper Hospital Trauma. 

Two other males were blown out of the second floor of the building onto the street and were taken to the hospital by Camden  EMS. Two of the victims were admitted in critical condition. Car 3 Harper place the assignment control. 

The explosion is under investigation by the Camden Fire Marshal Office and Camden Police Arson Unit along with the ATF.

Cherry Hill Twp Canteen Unit RIT team and Rehab Unit, and County Fire Police and Camden County Field Com units were Special called. This was a Busy 24 hours with 4 All Hands and 2 second alarm fire and a life saving rescue.


Intersection of Cherry Street and Douglas Street
  722 Cherry Street
1890s-1900s
Thomas & Julia Higgins
Gertrude L. Higgins
Helen Higgins

1900s-1910s
Norman O. Payne Sr.

YOUNG WIFE FOUND BEATEN ON STREET 
Charges She Was Robbed -­Estranged Husband Identifies Her

Blackjacked and contending she was robbed, a pretty 20-year-old South Camden married woman is in Cooper Hospital with a fractured skull. Her condition is reported as serious.

The woman was identified yester day as Mrs. Margaret Templeton by her husband, William Templeton, of 722 Cherry Street. He said he has been estranged from her for some time.

Police are searching for the driver of a taxi and a man known to them as "Harry," whom the injured woman told police took her from a cafe in Gloucester. 

Police learned Mrs. Templeton and a man were deposited at Second and Penn Streets from a taxicab at 1:40 a. m. The woman was found on the same corner at 6:30 a. m. 

She first told police her name was Martha Shay and later changed it to Margaret Shane. She gave an address at 401 Kaighn Avenue, but was not known there. Then she said she lived at the Cherry Street address of her husband. He denied this, although he identified her. 

Police say the woman was struck over the head with a blackjack or blunt instrument. She will be questioned further when her condition improves. 

It was learned last night that Mrs. Templeton has been living a 1148 Kaighn Avenue.

722 Cherry Street

1933 William Templeton

Camden Courier-Post
June 12, 1933

  722 Cherry Street

April 7, 2013 FIRE

729 Cherry Street

1891 Lewis Munson

Philadelphia Inquirer
July 15, 1891

  738 Cherry Street

1897-1898
John C. Edwards & Family
John C. & Martha Ann Edwards
James Edwards
Lydia Edwards

  740 Cherry Street

1920
John P. Kintzel & Family
John & Minnie Mintzel
John G. Kintzel
William R. Kintzel
Howard H. Kintzel
Marie Kintzel

741 Cherry Street

1902
William H. Tegler & Family
William H. & Susan Tegler
Ella Tegler

Samuel String & Family
Samuel & Mary E. Tegler String
William Harmon String

Philadelphia Inquirer
June 19, 1902

741 Cherry Street

1940-1943
Reginald Laws

 

  742 Cherry Street

1898
Charles Cornog & Family
Charles & Mary Cornog
Anna May Cornog
Albert L. Cornog
Marguerite Cornog
Ruth Cornog
Andrew Cornog
Charles Cornog Jr.

742 Cherry Street

1894
Joseph C. Souders & Family Family
Joseph C. & Mary Souders

Philadelphia inquirer
February 6, 1894

744 Cherry Street

Camden Courier-Post
April 6, 1940

Anna Fitch

751 Cherry Street

1938 Howard Cannon

Camden Courier-Post
February 26, 1938

 

756 Cherry Street

1884
Andrew Miller & Family
1884-1885
Charles H. Robinson Sr. & Family

757-759 Cherry Street

1887-1908
Wissahickon Dye Works
Cyrus P. Carmany

Philadelphia Inquirer
April 21, 1900

  760 Cherry Street

1914
David R. Ellis

  764 Cherry Street
1900s
George B. Heckenhorn
  764 Cherry Street
1900s-1910s
Henry Heckenhorn
  772 Cherry Street
1900s-1952
George B. Heckenhorn

800 Block of Cherry Street
814 Cherry Street

1914 Edgar Blaine Trites

Camden Post-Telegram
December 11, 1914

822 Cherry Street

1927
Charles W. Cooke

   

900 Block of Cherry Street

MAN GETS 30 DAYS IN ROW OVER 9 CENTS

An argument over a 9-cent gambling debt yesterday sent Charles Minor, colored, 32, of 911 Cherry Street, to county jail for 30 days in default of a $25 tine for assault and battery on William Jackson, 913 Cherry Street

Sentence was imposed by Police Judge Garfield Pancoast after Jackson testified that Minor struck him on the chin with some blunt instrument and knocked him down. Jackson said he and Minor had played cards Wednesday and Minor had accused him of cheating him out of 9 cents. 'The argument continued, Jackson added, when Minor struck him. Minor denied the charge.

911 Cherry Street

1933 Charles Minor

Camden Courier-Post
June 17, 1933

 
  913 Cherry Street

1933 William Jackson

Camden Courier-Post
June 17, 1933

 

George Strain, aged 28 years, of 938 Cherry Street, who was killed by a train Friday, was buried yesterday.

938 Cherry Street

1905 George Strain

Philadelphia Inquirer
July 12, 1905


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