Just to clarify the hometown of the late Emily Blackwell, Washington is the actual town of her birth while "Warren County" is the region encompassing Washington, New Jersey. At the northern edge of my old "stomping" grounds, Washington is still a small town of around two or three square miles and pretty much resembling what it no doubt looked like in the early part of the 20th century.
This is my first post. i hope this will help. i was looking for information on Stephen Blackwell and i came across this newspaper which reads.
The Hopewell Herald dated Wednesday Dec 19,1906
Mrs Emily Thomas Blackwell wife of Stephen Weart Blackwell of New York City was buried in the Old School Baptist Churchyard in this place saturday afternoon. The funeral was held from the residents of ex-Senator Jonathan H. Blackwell father in-law of the deceased in Trenton and was largely attended. The florist display was gorgeous.
Mrs. Blackwell was well known here, her husband being a nephew of Nelson D.(i think i can't make it out clearly) and David B. Blackwell, resident of the borough.
Mrs. Blackwell's death was due to typhoid fever. she was sick for weeks.
Thank you Mark, i will give it a try. I just found this one today.
The Hopewell Herald dated Wednesday morning June 5, 1901
The wedding of Miss Emily Lake of Washington N.J and Stephen Weart Blackwell of Trenton has been announced to take place in the First Presbyterian church in Washington, at noon to-day. The bride is prominent in society both at her home and else-where. The bridegroom is the eldest son of ex-Senator and Mrs. Jonathan H. Blackwell and is well known in this section.