Plainfield Garden Club








Member: Shoemaker, Mrs. Ellery B. '20

1922 Address: 821 Kensington Avenue, Plainfield

1932 Directory*: Not Listed
* = This directory is not dated but presumed to be from the year 1932.

Mother-in-law to Plainfield Garden Club member Mrs. J. Rex (Cora Barry)Shoemaker '42

Grandmother to Mrs. Thomas M. (Mary Elizabeth) Miner '69, who lived in 1980 Address: 1716 Sleepy Hollow Lane

Mrs. Thomas M. (Mary Elizabeth Shoemaker) Miner '69 is the daughter of Plainfield Garden Club member Mrs. J. Rex (Cora Barry) Shoemaker '42

Mrs. J. Rex Shoemaker Address:

1942: 821 Kensington Ave, Plainfield

1958: 821 Kensington Ave.

1980: 925 West 7th (1980)

February 21, 1915 New York Times engagement announcement

Washington, February 20 – Mr. and Mrs. David S. Barry announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Cora Barry to J. Rex Shoemaker, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Shoemaker of Plainfield, NJ.

November 1, 1903 New York Times article

Plainfield Golf Events

The leading scores today for the Golf Committee Cup at the Hillside Tennis and Golf Club: E. B. Shoemaker, 95, 20, 75;

821 Kensington

Plainfield Public Library
Detwiller Archives

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Collection Detwiller
Title Conversion of Building
Description Conversion of building for Mr. Theodore H. Wolcott
Work Type Alteration and/or Addition

Blueprint ID D-9806
Permit NOP555
Year of Permit 1973
Microfilm Roll 0214
Microfilm Frame 0392
Condition
Address 821 Kensington Avenue
Historic District
City Plainfield
Architect Charles Detwiller Jr.
Architect Firm
Owner Theodore H. Wolcott
Business Owner
City of Plainfield
Planning Department
Historic District Addresses
Address 814-822 Kensington Avenue
Block 638
Lot 8
Year Built c. 1880
Architectural Style Victorian Vernacular
Historic District Putnam Watchung

1920 Muhlenberg Hospital Womens Auxiliary

Mrs. E. B. Shoemaker
821 Kensington Avenue

January 17, 1962 The Express from Lock Haven, PA

Deaths J. Rex Shoemaker J. Rex Shoemaker of Plainfield, N. J., died there suddenly yesterday noon, of a heart attack. He was a native of Lock Haven, son of the late Ellery B. and Elizabeth Reed Shoemaker. He is survived by his wife, a daughter, Mrs. Thomas Miner and two grandchildren, all Plainfield. Burial will be in Plain field.