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  1. #1
    Senior Member Bottle Master
    Join Date
    May 2009

    TOC Paterson N.J. milk bottle...

    With all the soda, beer and mineral water bottles to be had from Paterson, I'll never understand why so few old milks are ever found. That being said, I am very happy to have added this C.W. DeWitt - Eastside Dairy quart to my collection, it's got just the right amount of SCA to give that extra appeal it deserves. He is found in the Paterson directories starting in 1892, he is listed there until 1905, after which he and the family move to Nebraska, this is a great early milk of his...

    Charles Wilson DeWitt
    Born; August 29, 1865 Sussex County, New Jersey, USA

    Residence; 1880 Wantage, Sussex, New Jersey, USA
    Marital Status: Single
    Relation to Head: Son

    Marriage; Oct. 10, 1888 Deckertown, Sussex, New Jersey, USA
    Wife; Mary Augusta Layton

    Birth of Daughter Margaret M. DeWitt(1897–1991)
    Nov. 25, 1897 Paterson, New Jersey

    Birth of Daughter Charlotte Layton DeWitt(1899–1908)
    Apr il 8, 1899 Paterson, Passaic, New Jersey

    Residence; 1900 Paterson Ward 4, Passaic, New Jersey, USA
    Marital Status: Married
    Relation to Head: Head

    Death of Daughter Charlotte Layton DeWitt(1899–1908)
    January 23, 1908 Wantage, Sussex County, New Jersey

    Residence; 1910 Kearny Ward 3, Buffalo, Nebraska

    Death of Wife Mary Augusta Layton(1866–1930)
    June 28, 1930

    Marriage; June 24, 1931 Enosburg Falls, Franklin, Vermont
    Clara Weightman Hart(1874–1962)

    Death; November 18, 1948 Enosburg Falls, Franklin, Vermont
    Burial; Sussex, Sussex County, New Jersey

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  2. #2
    Senior Member Bottle Finder
    Join Date
    Jan 2018
    Macomb, IL
    Nice milk bottle. SCA does add that little extra appeal.

  3. #3
    Senior Member Bottle Master
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Love these early milks. Galveston had a number of super early milk bottles (including the first glass milk bottle from Texas)'s always a great day when I dig one and I've never dug a duplicate.


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