Charles
G.
Garrison



CHARLES GRANT GARRISON was born in Swedesboro, New Jersey on August 3, 1849. He was the son of Rev. Joseph Fithian Garrison. He had three younger brothers, Lindley, William, and Joseph. Lindley Garrison was Secretary of War under President Wilson from 1913 until his resignation in 1916.

The Garrison family came to Camden in 1855, when Rev. Garrison was appointed rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, a post he held until August of 1884..

Charles G.  Garrison was educated in Edgehill School, Princeton, at the Episcopal Academy, Philadelphia, and, entering the University of Pennsylvania with a view to the study of medicine, graduated from there in 1872. He had practiced that profession at Swedesboro but four years when he resolved to become a lawyer, and entered the office of Samuel H. Grey of Camden, who at the time of his death was Attorney General of the State. He was admitted to the Bar in 1878, and established a partnership with Thomas French. Thomas French and Charles Garrison became counselors-at-   law in 1881, and remained partners until 1888, when Garrison was appointed to the New Jersey State Supreme Court.

In 1884 Charles Garrison became Judge Advocate General of New Jersey. Governor Green in 1888 nominated him to the State Senate as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, to succeed Justice Joel Parker who, previously to his service, on the bench, had been New Jersey's war Governor and who subsequently served a second term in that office. Confirmation from the Senate came promptly. Governors Werts, Murphy, Fort and Fielder re-nominated him for successive seven year terms, in 1895, 1902, 1909, 1916. He retired due to ill health around 1920. 

Justice Garrison became Chancellor of the Southern Diocese of the Protestant Episcopal Church of New Jersey in 1882 and was still in that position as late as 1917. 

Judge Garrison resided in Merchantville for many years, and was their at the time of his death on April 22, 1924 which was noted in the New York Times the following day.

The New York Times reported from Camden on May 3, 1924 the following:

JERSEY JUDGE LEFT ALL TO HOUSEKEEPER;
Widow, Son and Two Daughters Cut Off by Ex-Justice Garrison.

"Ex-Justice Charles Grant Garrison of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, who died at Merchantville, N.J., on April 22, left his entire estate to his housekeeper, Miss Winifred Dallin, of Wildwood, N.J. Miss Dallin filed the will before Surrogate Brewer here today for probate. The personal estate was estimated a $30,000 and the value of the real estate was not set forth."

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 14, 1884
Howard Carrow - Charles G. Garrison  
John W. Wescott - North 3rd Street - Market Street

Trenton Evening Times - February 9, 1885

Charles T. Reed - David J. Pancoast - Alfred Hugg - John K.R. Hewitt
 John W. Wescott - Charles G. Garrison  

From George R. Prowell's 
History of Camden County, New Jersey -1886

Charles G. Garrison, M.D., is a native of Swedesboro, N. J. His education was received at the Edge Hill School, Princeton, at the Episcopal Academy, Philadelphia, and at the University of Pennsylvania. He graduated in 1872 from the Medical Department of that institution, and until 1876 practiced medicine in Swedesboro, N. J. He then entered the office of Samuel H. Grey, of Camden, and was admitted to the bar in 1878. He began practice in Camden as a member of the firm of Garrison & French.

Mr. Garrison was made judge advocate-general of the National Guard of New Jersey in 1884 and chancellor of the Southern Diocese of the Protestant Episcopal Church of New Jersey in 1882.

Philadelphia Inquirer - March 19, 1887

Samuel H. Gray - John W. Wescott - Charles G. Garrison 

Philadelphia Inquirer - February 13, 1890

Chalkley LeConey - Henry J. West - William H. Swindell
Charles G. Garrison 

Philadelphia Inquirer - March 29, 1890

Charles G. Garrison 

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 28, 1890

Philadelphia Inquirer - March 26, 1891

Francis Lingo - Charles G. Garrison
Alfred Hugg - Thomas McDowell - John Gaunt

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 20, 1891

 

Philadelphia Inquirer - February 9, 1893

Charles G. Garrison - John Gauntt - Patrick M. Gallagher
Wilson Jenkins - Frederick A. Rex - Henry S. Scovel
Dr. Edward Schellenger Sr. - Dr. William Iszard - George Hinson 
John Hill - Albert reed - Marwood Derrickson - Joseph Dodson


Philadelphia Inquirer - February 10, 1893

Charles G. Garrison - Wilson Jenkins
Frederick A. Rex
- Henry S. Scovel - John Hill
Joseph Dodson - Albert Reed - Marwood Derrickson


Philadelphia Inquirer - February 14, 1893

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John F. Renner - George W. Beckett - Henry J. West
Jake Moulton aka Jake Morton
- John Hill


Harrisburg Patriot * April 14, 1893

Henry J. West - J. Wesley Sell - Joseph Porter - John Hill - Albert Reed 
Frederick A. Rex - Charles G. Garrison
Joseph Dodson - Marwood Derrickson - George W. Beckett

 

Philadelphia Inquirer - July 29, 1893

John Wartman - John Semple - Sarah Coplein

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 11, 1893
Sarah Coplein

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 31, 1893
Sarah Coplein - Kaighn Avenue

Members of the Camden County Bar Association,
pose for a photograph during their annual shad dinner, around 1894.
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From left (first row) Judge Charles Joline, Supreme Court Justice Charles Garrison, Judge Richard R. Miller, vice chancellor Henry C. Pitney, Supreme Court Justice Alfred Reed, Benjamin Shreeve, Caleb Shreeve, George H. Pierce; (second row) William Casselman, Edwin Bleakly, J. Willard Morgan, Peter Voorhees, Samuel Beldon, Frank Shreeve, Scuyler Woodhull, Lewis Starr, H. S. Scovel, George Vroom, Charles Wooster, and Howard Carrow; (third row) Samuel Robbins, 
E. A. Armstrong, Thomas Curley, unknown Philadelphia lawyer, Charles Stevenson, H. F. Nixon, Henry I. Budd, Israel Roberts.

Trenton Evening Times
September 26, 1894

William G. Kairer Sr.
Charles G. Garrison
Josiah Stevens
John L. Semple
Lavinia Moore
Wilson Jenkins
Theodore Lambert

 

 


Philadelphia Inquirer - October 24, 1894

John L. Semple - Theodore Lambert - Thomas Delbridge

Harrisburg Patriot - December 20, 1894

Charles G. Garrison - John L. Semple - Theodore Lambert  - William G. Kairer Sr.

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 21, 1894

Theodore Lambert - John L. Semple


New York Times - December 23, 1894

Theodore Lambert - John L. Semple

Philadelphia Inquirer - April 26, 1895

Charles G. Garrison - Walter Wood - E.A. Armstrong - Camden Horse Railroad Company


Philadelphia Inquirer - December 20, 1895

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William G. Kairer Sr. - John Semple - George Barrett - J. Wesley Sell - Charles G. Garrison
William G. Kairer Jr.
Theodore Lambert - Josiah Stevens - Johnson Cemetery

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 27, 1896

James Roe - Susan Roe - David L. Roe - Charles G. Garrison

Philadelphia Inquirer - January 10, 1897

Mrs. George Sensfelder - Ezra Stokes - Charles G. Garrison

Trenton Evening Times
January 21, 1897

Edward T. Melson
Daniel Lee
Wilson H. Jenkins
Justice Charles Grant Garrison
Judge G.D.W. Vroom


Philadelphia Inquirer - December 19, 1897

Charles Jordan - Elizabeth Coplein - Kaighn Avenue - John L. Semple
South 3rd Street - South 4th Street

Philadelphia Inquirer - September 11, 1898
Charles G. Garrison - H.S. Scovel - Eli Shaw - William H. Carson

Philadelphia Inquirer - March 5, 1899
Charles G. Garrison - H. Frank Pettit

Philadelphia Inquirer
May 28, 1899

Arthur Stanley - John J. Crandall
Charles G. Garrison - Randolph Pollard

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George Miller - Frank A. Ward - Jacob Fish - Peter Greenwald - W. Scott Thompson - Howard W. Miller

Philadelphia Inquirer - April 21, 1900


Philadelphia Inquirer - April 21, 1900



Philadelphia Inquirer - February 6, 1901
Robert F. Hill - J. Wesley Sell - William Hill - Violet Hill - Pearl Hill - Rev. H.S. Gascoyne
Rev. Charles D. Sinkinson - David Logue - John S. Smith - J. Fred Voigt - E.J. Strickland
Charles G. Garrison - Dr. William S. Jones - Mrs. Mary Weldon - Edith Weldon Hill - Foster M. Voorhees
South 3rd Street - New Camden Cemetery


Philadelphia Inquirer - September 20, 1901

It is interesting to note that by September of 1901, the local Jewish community had been so much a part of American life that its participation in the mourning of the late President William McKinley was noted alongside that of the Christian churches in the city.


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Frank Auerbach - Joseph Roterman - Judge Charles G. Garrison

October 1, 1902 to January 14, 1903

The Paul Woodward Murder Case

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On October 1, 1902 Paul Woodward murdered two young boys by giving them poison. Frank T. Lloyd, then Camden County prosecutor, was responsible for leading the investigation and prosecuting the case.  Woodward was arrested on October 4, 1902, and was quickly indicted on murder charges. Judge Charles G. Garrison tried the case in November of 1903. After Woodward had been found guilty of murder in the first degree, Judge Garrison sentenced him to death by hanging. Paul Woodward was executed on January 7, 1903 at the Camden County Jail. 

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Links to pages and planned pages about people mentioned below:

Joseph Jennings - Jennings' Third Regiment Band - Frank T. Lloyd 
Dr. William S. Jones
- William D. Hart - Dr. Paul N. Litchfield - F. Morse Archer
John Foster - John Painter - John Cherry - Isaac Toone - Paul Woodward
George M. Beringer - Charles G. Garrison - J. Wesley Sell
Christopher J. Mines Jr. - Frederick A. Rex - J. Frederick Voigt
George F. Kappel - Isaac Toy -
Harry S. Scovel - Francis Ford Patterson Jr.
John S. Smith - O. Glen Stackhouse - Hugh Boyle - Charles D. Ridgley
Francis Abbatto - Eli Shaw - Lafayette Gruff - Annie Irving Keeler
David Kaighn - George Leathwhite - George J. Pechin - Elmer E. Cox - T.L. Bear
Patrick Harding - Frank S. Albright - William J. Paul - Thomas Walton
David E. Barry - Edward Wilcox - Dr. WIlliam H. Iszard - Dr. J.F. Leavitt
Dr. WIlliam H. Knowlton - Dr. William Miles - Dr. George H. Chapman

Other people involved in this case:

John Coffin - W. Price Jennings
Mrs. Edith Barber -
Rev. C.A. Adams - Rev. John Lyell
Rev. William H. Fishburn -  - Rev. Gilbert Underhill - Rev. John Warnock

Harry Bowen - Joseph Simpkins - Ann Somers -
William May - Lillian Martin
James Sheiding - Harry H. Robinson - Edwin Hillman - William Robinson
George Asay - William Powell - William Anderson - Charles Eiley
Thomas J. Atkinson - Wilson English - Harry Avis - George H. Stineford Sr.
John M. Hyde - William Heggan - John St. Clair - Charles S. Hess - William Rex
Daniel J. Horgan - Isaac Siebert - W. Wilmer Collins, Druggist - Major Edward Coffin William Coffin - William Coffin Jr.  -
Kingston Coffin -  - Fayetta Jennings
Charles May - Mary Eiler - William F. Smith - Lee Hubert - Maurice Daniels
Thomas Woodward - Bella Woodward - James Bland - James Morrisey

Samuel Paul - Fred George

Philadelphia Inquirer
October 3, 1902

John Coffin
William Coffin
W. Price Jennings
Joseph Jennings
Jennings' Third Regiment Band

 


Philadelphia Inquirer - October 4, 1902
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 5, 1902

     
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Frank T. Lloyd - Dr. William S. Jones - William D. Hart - Dr. Paul N. Litchfield
F. Morse Archer - John Foster - John Painter - John Cherry - Charles May
David Kaighn - George Leathwhite -
Isaac Toone - George J. Pechin
Elmer E. Cox - T.L. Bear -
Paul Woodward - Joseph Jennings
Benson Street - North 3rd Street - Kingston Coffin

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 6, 1902
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Trinity Baptist Church - John S. Smith - George M. Beringer

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 7, 1902

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O. Glen Stackhouse - Hugh Boyle - George F. Kappel - Isaac Toy
Charles D. Ridgley - Paul Woodward - Rev. C.A. Adams
Rev. John Lyell - Rev. William H. Fishburn - Cooper School

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 8, 1902
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Harry Bowen - Joseph Simpkins - Harry S. Scovel - Eli Shaw - Mrs. Edith Baker

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 9, 1902

PAUL WOODWARD
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Philadelphia Inquirer - October 10, 1902
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Lafayette Gruff - Anna Somers - Royden Street

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 11, 1902

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Annie Irving Keeler - William May - Charles May

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 12, 1902
William D. Hart - John Painter - Frank T. Lloyd - Dr. Paul N. Litchfield
George M. Beringer - Francis Abbatto - John S. Smith
  Annie Irving Keeler - John Houseman Coffin
Walter Price Jennings - Miss Lillian Martin
Mrs. Edith Barber - Paul Woodward


 

Philadelphia Inquirer
October 13, 1902

James Sheiding










Philadelphia Inquirer - October 14, 1902
Edwin Hillman

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 15, 1902
Harry H. Robinson

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 16, 1902
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 19, 1902
George M. Beringer - Frank T. Lloyd - Paul Woodward

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 22, 1902
Charles G. Garrison - Frank T. Lloyd - Paul Woodward

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 24, 1902
Charles G. Garrison - Frank T. Lloyd - Paul Woodward

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 25, 1902
Charles G. Garrison - Frank T. Lloyd - Paul Woodward

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 31, 1902
Charles G. Garrison - J. Wesley Sell - Paul Woodward

Philadelphia Inquirer - November 1, 1902
Charles G. Garrison - Frank T. Lloyd - Paul Woodward

Philadelphia Inquirer - November 12, 1902
Charles G. Garrison - Frank T. Lloyd - Paul Woodward

 

Trenton
Evening Times

November 12, 1902


 

Philadelphia Inquirer
November 13, 1902

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William Robinson  - George Asay - William Powell - William Anderson
Charles Eiley - Thomas J. Atkinson - Wilson English - Harry Avis
George H. Stineford Sr. - John M. Hyde - William Heggan - John St. Clair
Charles S. Hess - William Rex - Linden School

Philadelphia Inquirer - November 14, 1902
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - November 15, 1902















 

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Daniel J. Horgan - Isaac Siebert - W. Wilmer Collins, Druggist - Major Edward Coffin
Coffin's Corner, Ashland - William Coffin - William Coffin Jr.  - Mary Eiler
William F. Smith - James Sheiding - Fayetta Jennings - Lee Hubert

Philadelphia Inquirer - November 16, 1902


 
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Maurice Daniels - Thomas Woodward - Bella Woodward

 

Philadelphia Inquirer
November 17, 1902

 

 


Philadelphia Inquirer - November 18, 1902


 
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Philadelphia Inquirer - November 19, 1902
James Bland - James Morrisey

Philadelphia Inquirer - November 21, 1902
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - November 22, 1902
 

 

 

 

 

Philadelphia Inquirer
November 23, 1902

Patrick Harding
Frank S. Albright
William J. Paul
Thomas Walton
David E. Barry
Edward Wilcox
Dr. WIlliam H. Iszard
Dr. J.F. Leavitt
Dr. WIlliam H. Knowlton
Dr. William Miles
Dr. George H. Chapman
Charles G. Garrison
Paul Woodward

 

 

 

 

Philadelphia Inquirer - November 26, 1902
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - November 29, 1902
 

Kalamazoo Gazette - November 29, 1902

Salt Lake Telegram - December 2, 1902
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 4, 1902
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 7, 1902
Rev. Gilbert Underhill - St. John's Episcopal Church

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 9, 1902
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 12, 1902
J. Frederick Voigt

 

Philadelphia Inquirer
December 14, 1902


 

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 15, 1902
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 17, 1902
Frederick A. Rex

 

 

 

 

Philadelphia Inquirer
December 21, 1902

 

 

 

 


 

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 25, 1902
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 26, 1902
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 30, 1902
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 31, 1902
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - January 1, 1903
 

Philadelphia Inquirer - January 3, 1903
Christopher J. Mines Jr. -  Rev. John Warnock

 

 

Philadelphia Inquirer
January 5, 1903

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Philadelphia Inquirer
January 6, 1903

 

 

 

 

 

 

Philadelphia Inquirer - January 7, 1903


 

 

Wilkes Barre Times
January 7, 1903

 

 

 

 


Philadelphia Inquirer - January 8, 1903

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Samuel Paul - Fred George

Philadelphia Inquirer - January 17, 1903
 


Philadelphia Inquirer - April 8, 1903

Charles G. Garrison - Dr. John R. Davis - William H. Carter - Harry L. Foulke
Harry A. Goodman - Howard Lee - Robert Lee - Cyrus D. Marter - William W. Mines Edward Mills - George J. Schneider - William D. Wilson - Joseph Goddard
Robert Washington - Charles H. Peters

Philadelphia Inquirer - January 31, 1904

 Charles H. Laird - Dr. John W. Donges - Charles G. Garrison

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 15, 1904

Charles G. Garrison - Ida Burton

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 22, 1904

 Ida Burton - James Brown - Charles G. Garrison

Philadelphia Inquirer - January 10, 1905

Charles G. Garrison - Ida Burton

Philadelphia Inquirer - January 17, 1905

Charles G. Garrison - Ida Burton

Philadelphia Inquirer - January 24, 1905

Charles G. Garrison - Ida Burton

Philadelphia Inquirer - February 7, 1905

Charles G. Garrison - Ida Burton - Frank C. Somers

Philadelphia Inquirer
February 25, 1906

Frank F. Patterson Jr.
Edward Van Dyke Joline
Howard Truax
Frank Voight
David Baird Sr.
J. Wesley Sell
Wiiliam J. Bradley
Charles G. Garrison
A.B. Endicott
Harry C. Loudenslager
J. Willard Morgan
Henry S. Scovel
Theodore Gibbs
Samuel P. Jones
John G. Horner
J. Boyd Avis
Wood McKee
W.H. Jackson
Frank Somers
Frank T. Lloyd
Edward S. Delacroix
F. Morse Archer
Harry Reeves
William D. Brown
Robert Leyburne
Theodore N. Patterson
Wolcott J. Patterson
Irving Buckle
Joseph Burt
Dr. William S. Jones
Dr. E.A.Y. Schellenger
Henry J. Cloud
Charles Middleton
Edward W. Humphreys


Philadelphia Inquirer - September 12, 1906

Charles G. Garrison


Philadelphia Inquirer - November 1, 1906

 Edward Van Dyke Joline - Charles G. Garrison

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 12, 1906

 Giovanni Cancelli - Charles G. Garrison

Philadelphia Inquirer - January 4, 1907

 Giovanni Cancelli - Dominic Mercurio - Charles G. Garrison

Philadelphia Inquirer * August 22, 1907
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Charles Gibson - Stephen Dorsey - Mulford Street - Edward Horner - Frances Horner
Victoria Natoli - John S. Smith - John Cherry - Charles G. Garrison - Dr. William S. Jones
J.W. Fithian - Henry S. Scovel

Bridgeton Evening News
October 8, 1907

Charles Gibson
Mrs. Frances Horner
Henry S. Scovel
Charles G. Garrison
Charles H. Peters


Program From
DINNER IN HONOR OF
SUPREME COURT JUSTICE
CHARLES GRANT GARRISON
[held by]
SOUTH JERSEY BAR
[at]
PHILADEPHIA BOURSE
(1908)

 

Philadelphia Inquirer - November 30, 1910

Dr. Marcus K. Mines - Dr. Frederick Jones Jr. - Dr. W.P. Wingender - Dr. W.K. Browning
Archer D. Norris - John Wagner  -
Charles G. Garrison - Lewis Hamel - George West
Charles H. Ellis - Clarence Governs - Michael Kirby - William Leonard Hurley - Amelia C. Rouh
Tammany Club - William Black - Redmond Pierson - Charles Redmond - Joseph Ryrie -
James Croker 
Broadway - Ferry Avenue  - Elm Street - Mechanic Street - Clare Street
State Street Methodist Episcopal Church

Philadelphia Inquirer - January 24, 1911
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Charles G. Garrison - Frank Ford Patterson Jr. - Edward Van Dyke Joline Lawrence Doran  
 Samuel Flick - Isaac Shreve - Francis J. McAdams
James Smith - Thomas Noland - Abraham L. James - John Broome
Albert Shaw - James Lewis - John Golden - William C. Parker - Daniel Woods 
John H. Carroll
- Harris D. Stow - Henry S.Scovel
- Martin Carrigan
Aerie No. 5, Fraternal Order of Eagles

Philadelphia Inquirer - September 15, 1911

William Kripps - John P. Kripps - Dennis Whalen
Archibald Babnew - Central Avenue - Van Buren Street - South 7th Street

Philadelphia Inquirer - September 15, 1911

Charles G. Garrison - John P. Kripps - Dennis Whalen
William B. Knight - Central Avenue - Van Buren Street

Philadelphia Inquirer * September 20, 1911

Cooper B. Hatch - David Baird Sr. - Charles G. Garrison - Lizzie Green - John Gideon - Frank T. Lloyd Sr.

Philadelphia Inquirer - November 13, 1911

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Charles G. Garrison
Cooper B. Hatch
Dr. Frank O. Stem
John B. Adams
William A. Butcher
Dr. Francis J. Bicker
Samuel Brick
George Blatherwick
Edward Bakely
John W. Croft
Alfred Clement
William B. Carson
Dr. Frank B. Cook
John Hull
Hugh Morgan Hatch
Rev. Dr. Edmund B. Kulp
George P. Kroecker
Joseph P. Lucas
Harlan S. Miner
James G. Pidgeon
Morton J. Pennock
George W. Swope
William Stem Jr.
George Schleinkopfer
William H. Whalan

Philadelphia Inquirer - November 22, 1911

Lawrence T. Doran - Charles G. Garrison - John Cherry  
William C. Drew - Market Street - Federal Street - North 23rd Street

Philadelphia Inquirer
December 20, 1911

Charles G. Garrison - Lizzie Green


Philadelphia Inquirer - March 21, 1912

Charles Ford - Effie May Wagner - William Gradwell - Martha Gillen - 
Stefano Torcesso - Nunzio Imperato - Joseph Nowrey - Charles G. Garrison 

Philadelphia Inquirer - April 14, 1912

William T. Boyle - Charles G. Garrison - Charles A. Wolverton  - Howard Carrow
Roland Evans - Herbert Drake - William Harris -  William Gradwell - Georgianna Gilliland
Robert Green -Stefano Torcesso - Nunzio Imperato - Charles Ford - Effie Wagner

Philadelphia Inquirer
September 8, 1912

Charles G. Garrison
William T. Boyle
Martha Hearn
Edward Schlereth
Charles Ford
Effie May Wagner
Samuel Farr
Edward Farr
Charles Sturgis
William Gold
Maud Daisy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Philadelphia Inquirer - October 15, 1912

Charles G. Garrison - William T. Boyle - Charles Ford - Effie May Wagner - Frank B. Jess - Adam R. Sloan

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 16, 1912

Charles G. Garrison - William T. Boyle
Charles Ford
- Frank B. Jess - Adam R. Sloan


Philadelphia Inquirer
November 23, 1912

Charles G. Garrison
William T. Boyle

Charles Ford
Adam R. Sloan
Effie May Wagner






Philadelphia Inquirer
January 13, 1913

Charles G. Garrison
Charles Ford

 


Philadelphia Inquirer
January 14, 1913

Charles G. Garrison
Charles Ford

 


Philadelphia Inquirer - September 4, 1913

May Sherlock
Penn Street
Cooper Hospital
George Lehman
Carpenter Street
Frank Sapp
Charles G. Garrison
Walnut Street
Ethel McCormick
Mary Mistral
Sycamore Street
Kostanty Ostrowski


Philadelphia Inquirer
September 9, 1914

Charles G. Garrison - Rev. John W. Lyell
First Baptist Church - John O'Brien - Charles Slaughter
William Coleman - Julius Plowski


Philadelphia Inquirer
September 15, 1915

Charles G. Garrison
Stephen Pfeil
Frank Ford Patterson Jr.
Edward Dickinson
David Jester
Samuel . Lewis
William Harley
Chris E. Fisher
William H. Monroe
Frank Grim Sr.
Christopher Cheeseman
John H. Donahoo
Ellis Parker
Thomas W. Burnside
Claude Powell
Frank Gardner
William Vissell
Clarence Shay
James T. Walton
Marmaduke Beakley
Edwin P. Carson
Wesley W. Hibbs
Philip J. Wilson
William J. Cameron


Philadelphia Inquirer
September 15, 1915


Philadelphia Inquirer
March 23, 1918

W. Penn Corson - Charles G. Garrison
William H. Fish - George H. Garland
Alonzo Wood -
H.B. Hanford
Thomas Leeson -
Conrad G. Hoell
Albert Austermuhl - John Allen
R.A. Rockhill - Hugo Koehler
F. Ketterer - Smith S. Fogg
Reuben H. Gaskill -
W.B.M. Burrell
Charles S. Boyer - Ralph Williams
Charles H. Laird Jr.
Raymond L. Warren
Charles Brower - Thomas J. McLaren
B.H. Brace - Samuel Bakley
Irvine Deakyne - Lemuel D. Horner
F.W. Ayer - Walter S. Wolf
George S. Dallas - John T. Blandy
Samuel Withers - Franklin Hawksworth
John K. Bennett -  Frederick Lange
Ben Lawton - William A. Stewart
William D. Brown

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Scannell's New Jersey First Citizens: Biographies and Portraits
of the Notable Living Men and Women of New Jersey
with Informing Glimpses Into the State's History and Affairs
By William Edgar Sackett, John James Scannell
Published by J.J. Scannell, 1917

CHARLES G. GARRISON—Merchantville.—Jurist. Born in Swedesboro, Gloucester County, August 3, 1849; son of Rev. Joseph Fithian Garrison.

Charles G. Garrison has been a Justice of the Supreme Court of the state of New Jersey since 1888. He was named to succeed Joel Parker who, previously to his service, on the bench, had been New Jersey's war Governor and who subsequently served a second term in that office. Justice Garrison is a brother of Lindley M. Garrison, who was Secretary of War under President Wilson; their father was a professor in a Philadelphia College for many years and a widely known minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 

Justice Garrison was educated in Edgehill School, Princeton, at the Episcopal Academy, Philadelphia, and, entering the University of Pennsylvania with a view to the study of medicine, graduated from there in 1872. He had practiced that profession at Swedesboro but four years when he resolved to become a lawyer, and entered the office of Samuel H. Grey of Camden, who at the time of his death was Attorney General of the State. He was admitted to the Bar in 1878. Six years later he became Judge Advocate General of New Jersey. Governor Green in 1888 nominated him to the State Senate as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, and the confirmation came promptly. Governors Werts, Murphy, Fort and Fielder re-nominated him for successive seven year terms, in 1895, 1902, 1909, 1916. Since 1882 Justice Garrison has been Chancellor of the Southern Diocese of the Protestant Episcopal Church of New Jersey.

Justice Garrison is a democrat in politics. His circuit covers Atlantic and Gloucester 


Philadephia Inquirer - April 3, 1918

John B. Kates - William J. Kraft - Edward V.D. Joline - Lewis A. Starr
John G. Horner -
Frank T. Lloyd - Charles A. Wolverton - Charles H. Laird
Charles G. Garrison - Charles MacCready


Philadelphia Inquirer - September 11, 1918
John B. Kates
Charles G. Garrison

Herbert A. Drake
Howard M. Cooper
J. Truman Stackhouse
George G. Bergen
Enos Dellmuth
Louis Clark
Charls A. Duncan
F.L. Peach
W.J. Coxey
Herbert Corson
Elmer Deputy
Herbert C. Felton
W.B. McMullin
Joseph B. Davis
Charles D. Phillips
Ephraim Gilll
Charles Austermuhl
Samuel Mackler
Frank C. Dall
J.H. Knerr
Charls M. Curry
Isaiah Hatch
Harry M. Dease
Elmer F. Edwards
Thomas J. Wright
Anthony J. Oberst

Philadelphia Inquirer - May 31, 1919







Arthur Stanley
 
Charles H. Ellis

John B. Kates
Rev. Charles I. Fitzgeorge
Frank W. Tussey
Union Methodist Episcopal Church






 

 

 

 


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