Orphans & Adoption Information

Hospital or Home Address Organized Closed
American Legion Memorial Hospital Broadway, corner Grafton Ave.    
Almshouse 260 Elizabeth Avenue    
Almshouse Ivy Hill 1912  
Babies' Hospital/Coit Memorial 15 Roseville Ave., So. 9th Street 1896  
Baptist Home for the Aged 285 Roseville Ave. 1891  
Beth Israel Hospital 201 Lyons Ave. before 1900 Active
Bethany Dispensary corner of Spruce & Charlton Streets 1907 after 1912
Bonnie Brae Farm for Boys Administration Offices - 15 Washington Street    
Bureau of Associated Charities 13 Central Avenue before 1914  
Cahill Hospital 361 Lafayette Street before 1940  
Children's Aid and Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Children of Essex County
37 Hill Street, 144 Market Street (1893)    
City Almshouse 531 Irvington Ave. before 1940  
City Dispensary 391 Plane Street, 100-106 William Street before 1874 after 1940
(Newark) City Hospital 116 Fairmount Ave. 1882 Merged
Clara Maass Hospital 95 Old Short Hills Road    
Columbus Hospital 474 N. 12th Street, 495 N. 13th Street   June 6, 2008
Commission for Ameliorating the Condition of the Blind of New Jersey 13 Central Avenue 1909 after 1912
Community Hospital 132 - 134 W. Kinney Street, Avon Avenue 1934  
Crittenton (Florence) Home 2 Ogden Street before 1940  
Daughters of Israel Home for the Aged 56 Stirling Street (1920), 651 High Street (1939) 1906 after 1940
Deaconess Methodist Home 219 Fairmount Avenue before 1939  
Doctor's Hospital Avon Avenue between Stratford Place and Hillside Place <1950>  
Eighth Avenue Baby Shelter & Day Nursery 81/83 Eighth Avenue 1893 after 1912
Emergency Hospital 351 Washington Street 1901 after 1912
Essex County Hospital for the Insane 425 South Orange Avenue August 1, 1872 after 1911
Essex County Lunatic Asylum 116 Fairmount Ave. August 1, 1872  
Essex Mountain Sanitarium Verona 1873  
Essex Private Hospital 176 Fairmount Ave.    
Ezekiel Home 179 Clinton Ave. before 1940  
Ford-Sayre Christian Home 125 Mt. Pleasant Ave. before 1940  
German Hospital Bank Street Corner Wallace Street Feb. 13,1868  
Goodwill Home 42 Eagle Street before 1939 after 1940
Hachnosis Orchins 64 Morton Street 1906 after 1912
Hebrew Orphan Asylum 232 Mulberry Street (1872), 538 Clinton Avenue, 141 Lincoln Ave. 1887 after 1940
Hebrew Sheltering Home 64 Morton Street before 1940  
Home for Aged Women 225 Mt. Pleasant Avenue before 1914 after 1940
Home for the Friendless 226 South Orange Avenue, corner Bergen Street April 18, 1872 after 1940
Home for Incurables & Convalescents 750-756 High Street before 1940  
Homeopathic Hospital of Essex County 129-135 Littleton Avenue 1903 after 1912
Hospital & Home for Crippled Children 89 Park Avenue 1892  
Hospital for Women and Children 540 Central Avenue & 10th Street 1882  
House of Detention corner of Newark & New Streets 1910 after 1912
House of the Good Shepherd for Wayward Girls  Thirteenth Ave. corner South Ninth St. 1874  
Hungarian Workmens 37 16th Street before 1939  
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
Ridgely Home for Orphans
22 Halleck Street before 1909  
J. Clement French Industrial Home 51 Plane Street before 1912 after 1912
Jewish Children's Home (Hebrew Orphan Asylum) 534 Clinton Avenue 1861 ~1956
Jewish Sisterhood Day Care images 21 Seventeenth Avenue before 1911  
Job Haines Home for Aged Watsessing & Bloomfield Avenue before1939  
Kenney Memorial Hospital 132 W. Kinney Street September 1, 1927 merged 1934
Krueger Pioneer Greisenheim (Home for Aged Men) Clinton Place near St. James Place 1889  
Lincoln Hospital 65 Avon Ave. before 1940  
Little Sisters of the Poor, Home for the Aged 1 S. 8th Street 1880 after 1940
Lutheran Hospital Bank Street Corner Wallace Street    
Martland Medical Center 116 Fairmount Ave. 1955  
New Jersey College of Medicine & Dentistry      
New Jersey Home for Disabled Soldiers 7th Avenue July 4, 1866  
New Jersey Manufacturers Assn. Hospital 9 Hill Street before 1940  
New Jersey Urban League 58 W. Market Street before 1940  
Newark Anti-Tuberculosis Association 40 Clinton Street 1909 after 1912
Newark Catholic Institute 76 New Street before 1860  
Newark City Home Verona 1873  
Newark Convalescent Hospital 623 Irvington Avenue <1930> <1940>
Newark Day Camp for Tuberculosis Cases 425 South Orange Avenue 1908 after 1912
Newark Dental Clinic Association Various addresses 1909 after 1912
Newark Emergency Hospital map 351 Washington Street <1908>  
Newark Eye & Ear Infirmary 60 Stirling Street, 77 Central Ave., So. 9th Street Jan. 5, 1880 1982
Newark Female Charitable Society 305 Halsey Street January, 1803 after 1890
Newark Italian Hospital map 235 S. 8th Street <1908>  
Newark Orphan Asylum 323 High Street February 9, 1848  
Newark Presbyterian Hospital 27 S. 9th Street 1912 February 1997
Newark Private Hospital map 75 Roseville Avenue before 1908  
North Newark 741 Broadway before 1939  
Polish National Home 42 Beacon Street before 1939  
Presbyterian Deaconess Home 47 S. 11th Street before 1940  
Protestant Foster Home 284 Broadway (Belleville Ave.) March 28, 1848  
Rescue Home Spring Street 1897 after 1912
St. Barnabas Hospital 681 - 685 High Street February 13, 1867 Active (Livingston)
St. Elizabeth's Orphanage 41 Goble Street before 1940  
St. James Hospital 154 Jefferson Street 1900 Active
St. John the Baptist Italian RC Orphan Asylum 8 Amity Place before 1940  
St. Mary's Hospital Washington Street, corner Bleecker Street before 1871  
St. Mary's Orphan Asylum 1045 S. Orange Ave. March 10, 1853 1977/78
St. Michael's' Hospital 304-306 High Street 1862 Active
St. Peter's Orphan Asylum 16 Livingston Ave., 334 Lyons Ave. 1864 Active (Denville)
St. Vincent's Home for Boys 90 Bleecker Street before 1900  
Salvation Army Emergency Home 21 5th Street before 1940  
Smallpox Hospitals map corner of Sherman Avenue and Concord Street before 1908  
Society for the Relief of Respectable Aged Women 221-225 Mt. Pleasant Ave. before 1874  
Ukrainian Sitch Home 505-508 18th Street before 1940  
United Hospitals 15 So. 9th Street    
University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey 100 Bergen Street   Active
Waite Surgical Sanatorium map 569 High Street before 1908  
Ward Hospital Centre Street, between the NJ Railroad & the Passaic River 1862 1865
Ward (Marcus L.) Home for Aged &
Respectable Bachelors and Widowers
744 Broad Street before 1940  
Wheatly (Phyllis) Home for Women 58 W. Market Street before 1940  
Wright's Sanitarium 768 High Street 1921  

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