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Arthur Halladay


Name: Arthur J. Halladay
Birth: April, 1861, Henderson, NY
Residence(s): Henderson, NY; Brokenstraw, PA;
Kenilworth, NJ
Spouse: Lillian B. Trask
Children: Glenn A. Halladay
Vincent M. Halladay
Parents: Helon N. Halladay &
Mary F. Cole
Date of Hire: Before 1900
End of Employment: Before 1920
Positions Held: Conductor

Arthur J. Halladay was born in April, 1861 in Henderson, NY. Marrying Lillian Trask, he moved to the town of Brokenstraw, PA where he worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad as a brakeman. Sometime between 1880 and 1900 he moved east to New Orange, New Jersey. Sometime before 1900 he was hired by the New York & New Orange Railroad as a conductor. Arthur continued working for the NY&NO's successors, the New Orange Four Junction Railroad and the Rahway Valley Railroad before retiring from railroading sometime before 1920. His sons, Glenn and Vincent, also worked for the railroad. Glenn started as an flagman and worked his way up to engineer. Vincent was a flagman. After leaving railroading Arthur became the Kenilworth Post Master.

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