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Walling V. W. Vreeland began his business in 1862.
From: Industries in NJ 1882
W. V. W. Vreeland & Co.
Undertakers, No 19 Clinton Street. Among the popular undertakers in Newark there are none better known than the firm of W. V. W. Vreeland & Company, who have their funeral furnishing room at No. 19 Clinton Street. the business is under the general management of Mr. W. V. W. Vreeland, who has been connected with it for more than twenty years and is ably fitted to fulfill the duties of the calling in a careful, considerate and satisfactory manner. He furnishes everything necessary for a funeral, including caskets, rosewood, walnut, and mahogany, plates, handles, and has every facility for embalming, and is prompt in his attendance day or night. He gives his personal supervision to the direction of funerals, and when desired furnishes hearses, carriages and looks after everything in a manner at once qualifying him as the proper person to attend to these duties. He is a native of Essex County, where he is well and popularly known, and for ten years filled the important and responsible position of Coroner, and was always found to be prompt, reliable and efficient in the discharge of his official duties.
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