Radburn, A Town for the Motor Age


10 Arlington Place1
b. 1929

     The occupants of 10 Arlington Place were
     in 1930 and 35-41: Walter A Bogert2,3,4,5,6
     in 1933: Ethelyn Henderson7
     It was not listed in 1931.8

New York Times, 23 June 1929
A. D. Bogert, the occupant of 10 Arlington Place is mentioned among the early settlers of Radburn.9

Walter A Bogert was born in 1887 in New Jersey.2 He married Alice M in 1925.2 Walter A Bogert appeared on the 1930 Census as the head of household at 10 Arlington Place, with Alice M as wife.2 The value of the house was $10,000.2 Walter was in 1930 a civil engineer for the railways, and in 1935-41 an engineer in New York. Alice was an art supervisor for a public school in Paterson.2,3 He owned a radio in 1930.2 Walter A Bogert was a Veteran of the World War.2 Before coming to Radburn Alice lived in Paterson.9

Ethelyn Henderson was born in 1882 in New Jersey.10 Ethelyn Henderson was an atletics supervisor in a public school, a teacher.10,8 She owned a radio in 1930.10 Ethelyn Henderson moved in May 1930 from (113/243) Abbott Court South to 10 Berkeley Place, and before 1933 to 10 Arlington Place. She moved before 1935 away from Radburn, as there was no longer an entry in the directory.3

  1. [S2] Radburn Association, Map of Radburn, NJ, c. 1990.
  2. [S1] 1930 Federal Census, T626, Roll 1312: sheet 4A (152), line 12-13.
  3. [S7] 1935 Directory.
  4. [S8] 1937 Directory.
  5. [S9] 1939 Directory.
  6. [S10] 1941 Directory.
  7. [S6] 1933 Directory.
  8. [S5] 1931 Directory.
  9. [S22] NY Times, Jun 23, 1929. pg. RE1.
  10. [S1] 1930 Federal Census, T626, Roll 1312: sheet 6B (154), line 64.


Compiler: Afina Broekman

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