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Hudson County
New Jersey

Politicians who died in Hudson County

  Bayonne: Henry Meigs, Jr., 1887 — Allan Benny, 1942 — Alfred V. Brady, 1970 — James J. Donovan, 1971 — G. Thomas DiDomenico, 1978 — Francis G. Fitzpatrick, 1992
  Bergen, Bergen County (now part of Jersey City, Hudson County): Thomas Noell, 1702 — William Peartree, 1714 — Jacobus Van Cortlandt, 1739
  Bergen town (now part of Jersey City): Zadock Pratt, 1871
  Harrison: Edward F. McDonald, 1892
  Hoboken: Edwin J. Kerr, 1917 — Thomas F. Vezzetti, 1988
  Jersey City:
 
  Jersey City, 1800-1899: Richard Varick, 1831 — Cadwallader D. Colden, 1834 — Edwin R. V. Wright, 1871 — Dudley S. Gregory, 1874 — Isaac W. Scudder, 1881 — William W. Lee, 1882 — Lewis A. Brigham, 1885 — Robert Gilchrist, 1888 — John R. Romar, 1892 — Leon Abbett, 1894 — Charles H. Voorhis, 1896 — John R. McPherson, 1897 — Garret D. Van Reipen, 1899
  Jersey City, 1900-1999: Job H. Lippincott, 1900 — Alexander T. McGill, 1900 — Allan L. McDermott, 1908 — George H. Yeaman, 1908 — Joseph A. Dear, 1908 — William D. Edwards, 1916 — Thomas McEwan, Jr., 1926 — Edward I. Edwards, 1931 — James J. Murphy, 1935 — Pierre P. Garven, 1938 — James W. McCarthy, 1939 — Charles F. X. O'Brien, 1940 — George T. Smith, 1940 — James A. Hamill, 1941 — Frank H. Eggers, 1954 — Mark M. Fagan, 1955 — Alfred E. Modarelli, 1957 — Bernard J. Berry, 1963 — Edward F. Clark, 1963 — James F. Murray, Jr., 1965 — William J. McGovern, 1972 — Louis J. Messano, 1974 — Thomas Gangemi, 1976 — John Milton, 1977 — T. James Tumulty, 1981 — Charles K. Krieger, 1982 — Dominick Daniels, 1987 — Thomas F. X. Smith, 1996 — Joseph W. Tumulty, 1996
  Jersey City, 2000-2021: Glenn D. Cunningham, 2004
  Weehawken: James G. King, 1853 — George B. Anderson, 1910
  West New York: Oscar L. Auf der Heide, 1945 — James Rosen, 1972
   See also New Jersey deathplaces not assigned to counties.

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