14 Randolph Terrace1

The occupants of 14 Randolph Terrace were:

#1. James Inglish (from 1933 to 1935).

James Inglish was born in 1896 in New Jersey.2 James Inglish married Kathleen in 1929.2 James Inglish was manager (of a stationary store) in Paterson.2,3 He owned a radio in 1930.2 James Inglish was a Veteran of the World War.2 Kathleen was born in 1899 in England.2 Kathleen Inglish was a social service case worker.2 James and Kathleen were listed in 1930 at (113/276) Abbott Court South, in 1933-5 at 14 Randolph Terrace, and in 1937 as removed to Long Island, New York

#3. William H. Geskes Jr. (1940).
The monthly rent in 1940 was $55.4

William H. Geskes Jr. was born in 1901 in New Jersey.4 William H. Geskes Jr. married Alberta.3,4,5 William H. Geskes Jr. was in 1933 a stylist in New York. In the 1940 census he was listed as the proprietor of a silk mill, and in 1941 as a salesman.3,4,5 Alberta was born in 1900 in New Jersey.4 William and Alberta lived in 1935 in Fair Lawn.4 William and Alberta had a son Kenneth.4 Kenneth was born in 1925 in New Jersey.4 William and Alberta were listed in 1933 at 11 Aberdeen Place, in 1940 at 14 Randolph Terrace, and in 1941-4 at 14 Remington Road. He was not listed in 1935-9, but he was living in Fair Lawn in 1935 (acc. to the 1940 census).

#2. Robert A. Turner (from 1937 to 1939).

Robert A. Turner married Marie A. on 11 September 1933 in the First Presbyterian Church, Englewood.6,7 Robert A. Turner was the manager of the Radburn Association at 115 (203) Plaza Road North in Radburn.6 Robert A. Turner graduated in 1929 from University of Minnesota.6 Marie A. Turner graduated in 1931 from Smith College.6
Marie was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter J. Fensterer of Englewood, NJ.6 Robert and Marie were listed in 1935 at 302-G31 Highstreet, in 1937-9 at 14 Randolph Terrace, before 1941 and in 1941 as removed to Atlanta, Georgia. Robert Turner is listed in 1940 at 9 Ramapo Terrace, Robert A. Turner is listed in 1937-39 at 14 Randolph Terrace. Robert is born in Wisconsin; Robert A.'s mother lives in Wisconsin in 1933. The occupation is the same (P2G] was recreation director at the Radburn Association), but wife's name is different. However, the next entry on the sheet, (Arthur H. Dooley, also has a wife Dorothy and a son Peter. Something seems to be in error!

#4. Ernest A. Warder (from 1941 to 1944).

Ernest A. Warder married Helen M.5 Ernest A. Warder was an office manager in Paterson.5

In 1931 it was listed as vacant.


  1. [S5] 1931 Directory.
  2. [S1] 1930 Federal Census, T626, Roll 1312, ED 2-66: sheet 6B (154), line 75-76.
  3. [S6] 1933 Directory.
  4. [S2] 1940 Federal Census, T627: ED 2-94, sheet 5B (1405), line 45-47.
  5. [S10] 1941 Directory.
  6. [S22] NY Times, Feb 5, 1933. p. N5.
  7. [S22] NY Times, Sep 12, 1933. p. 27.