KINGSLAND MANOR

3 Kingsland Street

Nutley, N.J.

A 1700s Colonial Steeped in History

Created in 1973, the Historic Restoration Trust of Nutley is a group of actively interested citizens whose continuing task is to move Kingsland Manor toward the broad goal of landmark, museum and local activity resource. Working in committees, the volunteers have set the restoration program on course.

At A Glance

Celebrate Ice Cream Month at Ice Cream Sunday the Manor

Open House 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, July 17

Come visit the Manor for a tour of this lovely homestead, rich in history, and take the time to locate your home on the maps. The Manor is open for tours the third Sunday of each month, unless otherwise noted.


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3 Kingsland Street Nutley, NJ 07110

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OUT OF THE PAST

THE NUTLEY TRACT

TALL TALES?

THE HOMESTEAD

KEEPING PACE

TOWARD THE FUTURE

EXTERIOR RESTORATION

A LIVING MUSEUM

BIRTH OF NEW JERSEY

KINGSLAND FAMILY TREE: Descendants of Sir Michael de Berneval

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Ice Cream Sunday - July 17 at Kingsland Manor, Nutley

Kingsland Manor Open House

2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Ice Cream Sunday, July 17, 2016

Join us to celebrate Ice Cream Month.

In 1984, President Ronald Reagan designated July as National Ice Cream Month and the third Sunday of the month as National Ice Cream Day. He recognized ice cream as a fun and nutritious food that is enjoyed by over 90 percent of the nation's population.

Bring the children and the family to the Kingsland Manor and share a cool treat while overlooking the beautiful Kingsland Pond and waterfalls as you explore this 1700s historic homestead steeped in history. Tour The Manor and take the time to locate your home on the reprints of historic Nutley maps. Or enjoy a walk through the gardens and surrounding park, and partake in some light refreshments.

The Manor will be open 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, July 17.


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Historic Maps of Nutley now available

for purchase at the Kingsland Manor

Town of Nutley N.J. - archival maps for sale at Kingsland Manor In the Ballroom, we now have on display and available to purchase, reprints of two sets of historic maps of Nutley. Most landowner’s names on these map plates are still known to us through streets named after them. 

The earlier set of three maps is from the 1890 Robinson Atlas of Essex County that show the locations of some of the tracts of land owned by the prominent families that made up the area while it was still Franklin.

The second set of three maps is from the 1906 Mueller Atlas of Essex County that provide more detail of the roads, homes, street car tracks, and railroad that existed when Nutley was incorporated as a town.

 Each map is printed on quality paper and priced at $30 each or $75 for a complete set of three.

We will work with the Nutley Historic Preservation Committee to use the proceeds from the sale of the maps to purchase signage for historic Nutley sites.

For more information, call or email: 973-661-3410

Map order form

kingslandmanorrestorationtrust@gmail.com


Back By Popular Demand

The Kingsland Manor Presents the 2nd “Bus” McGinnity Speakeasy Party

Come as a flapper or come as you are,

Dress as a gangster or silent screen star,

It is going to be fun, no matter the dress,

Just bring yourself, and we’ll do the rest.

Join us for a fun evening to raise funds to restore the Kingsland Manor Speakeasy!

◊ Dress to impress the judge and win a prize for best outfit

◊ Enjoy an evening of appetizers and libations.

◊ Dance under the stars to the music of Nutley native, DJ MAC Michael Cumella.

7 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday, June 4, 2016

The Kingsland Manor at 3 Kingsland Street

Tickets are $45 per person, ($40 Early Bird until May 22, 2016.)

All attendees must purchase their tickets in advance of the event. We will not be allowing walk-ins without prior registration.

For more information, email: kingslandmanorrestorationtrust@gmail.com
Phone: 973-661-3410


Second Annual Kingsland Colonels

Base Ball Classic

Yanticaw Boys Park, noon to 4 p.m., Saturday, May 7

Love baseball?  Love history" Watch 1860's base ball at Yanticaw Boys Park.

Cost: Free

The Kingsland Colonels of Nutley Base Ball Club will once again play against The Flemington Neshanock Base Ball Club. The teams will play by 19th century rules, using authentic replicas of 19th century equipment and wearing 19th century uniforms. As was the custom in the mid-19th century, all fielders play barehanded - they do not wear gloves. 

Today's Neshanock club was re-established by Brad "Brooklyn" Shaw, proudly reviving the original name of the team. The Nutley Colonels was a semi-professional base ball club that was managed by a local All-State baseball star, Anthony J. San Giacomo.

For more information, email: kingslandmanorrestorationtrust@gmail.com
Phone: 973-661-3410

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The Flemington Neshanock Base Ball Club plays by 19th Century rules, uses authentic replicas of 19th Century equipment and wears 19th Century uniforms. As was the custom in the mid-19th Century, all fielders play barehanded - they do not wear gloves. Today’s Neshanock were re-established in 2001 by Brad “Brooklyn” Shaw, proudly reviving the original name of the team.

The Nutley Colonels was a semi-professional base ball club that was managed by a local All-State baseball star, Anthony J. San Giacomo. The Kingsland Manor is re-establishing that classic base ball club, fielding a “Colonels” team against the Neshanock Base Ball Club at Yanticaw Park on May 7th, 1 p.m.– 3 p.m.

The first pitch will be thrown out by Commissioner Mauro Tucci precisely at 1 p.m.

Keith Gerard, a video journalist from Verizon Fios Channel One, will be covering this event for a show called Push Pause New Jersey. The show highlights local people, places and events happening throughout NJ. He's interested in filming a feature story about the Kingsland Manor and the Kingsland Colonels and Flemington Neshanocks at the baseball classic event we are holding this Saturday.


Kingsland Manor Runners Support

Nutley Chamber of Commerce 5K

The Kingsland Manor team was the largest team in the 5K Fun Run and Kids' Fun Run held May 1, and sponsored by the Nutley Chamber of Commerce. A portion of the proceeds went to benefit the Nutley Family Service Bureau Food Pantry. Runners and observers were asked to bringing a non-perishable food item, collection on site.

Kingsland Manor team in the Nutley Chamber 5K Fun Run and Kids' Fun Run


Live Radio Broadcast at the Manor

Michael Cumella, WFMUApril 26, Tuesday, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Time: Cost: Admission by donation

The Kingsland Manor is once again hosting a live radio broadcast on Tuesday, April 26 as part of celebrating Preservation Week.  The Antique Phonograph Music Program with MAC will be broadcasting on WFMU (91.1,90.1,91.9 FM and wfmu.org).  

Each Tuesday from 8 to 9 pm, Michael Cumella, MAC, who has ties to the town of Nutley,  plays 78 RPM records and cylinders on actual period reproducing devices to capture the sound and feeling of the Jazz Age.

 The public is welcome to attend the broadcast at the Kingsland Manor on April 26th. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and will go until 9 p.m., with MAC giving an informal introduction to the equipment and music of that era.

Admission will be by donation and light refreshments will be served. Remember, MAC will be playing actual records on actual antique and historic phonographs, so all you audiophiles who want to enjoy something unique, mark your calendars! Save the date and come to the Manor for a rollicking good time.  

"Roarin" Twenties attire optional. 

For more information, email: kingslandmanorrestorationtrust@gmail.com
Phone: 973-661-3410

Michael Cumella at Kingsland Manor, Nutley, N.J.

Michael Cumella broadcasting The Antique Phonograph Music Program live from the Kingsland Manor on Tuesday, April 26, in Nutley, N.J. The music goes round and round, whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh, and it comes out here and crosses the internet and is broadcast on WFMU and also available later on the station's archives.


Kingsland Manor logo shirts worn by team runners in 5KRun For The Manor

Look for this Kingsland Manor logo on t-shirts worn by nearly three dozen of the runners at the Nutley Chamber of Commerce 2016 5K Fun Run on May 1, 2016.

A portion of the proceeds to benefit the Nutley Family Service Bureau Food Pantry. Please consider bringing a non-perishable, collection on site.

For more information about this Nutley Chamber of Commerce event, call 973.667.5300


Earth Day 2016

The Kingsland Manor Gardens - 23 bags and counting! Thanks to all who came to the Manor Saturday and helped with our gardens. Here are some of the folks who volunteered. Sorry that we didn't get pictures of all who volunteered.

 

See more photos on our Kingsland Manor Facebook page.


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Created in 1973, the Historic Restoration Trust of Nutley is a group of actively interested citizens whose continuing task is to move Kingsland Manor toward the broad goal of landmark, museum and local activity resource. Working in committees, the volunteers have set the restoration program on course.


Kingsland Manor Offers

A Beginning Knitting Workshop

The Kingsland Manor is offering a workshop that will teach beginning knitting for grades 5-8. It will take place over two days: February 16 (Tuesday) and February 18 (Thursday) from 2 - 4 p.m. in the Kingsland Manor ballroom. February 19 (Friday) is the snow date.


Kingsland Manor Open House Tour

1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, January 3, 2016

The Kingsland Manor will be open
for tours on Sunday, January 3rd!

Kingsland Manor, Nutley, NJ

The holidays are such a rushed time of the year and you may have missed your chance to visit the Manor. The Historic Restoration Trust of Nutley will be opening the Kingsland Manor to provide everyone locally one more opportunity to see how the Manor was decorated for the Essex County Historic Holiday House tours.


Kingsland Manor - Open house tours are held on the third Sunday of each month from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., unless otherwise posted.

Enjoy this 1700s brownstone center hall colonial. Come explore the historic homestead of the Kingsland family set within park-like grounds overlooking Kingsland Pond and waterfalls.

The upstairs child's room has been redone and now features a replica of the original Kingsland cradle handcrafted by Leon Kish, one of the members, using the original Kingsland template.

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Over The Back Fence: Victoria Chalk on Kingsland Manor Events

Nutley Sun: Ragged Antique Phonograph Program

Nutley Sun: Kingsland Manor Seeks Volunteer Gardeners


Descendants of Sir Michael de Berneval

(Including the Kingsland family of Nutley, New Jersey) Check out our updated family tree.


Digitized Kingsland Papers

Presented to Nutley Public Library

The Historic Restoration Trust of Nutley presented digitized versions of the Kingsland Papers to the Board of Nutley Library at their monthly board meeting on March 24, 2015, 

The original Kingsland Papers are held in the Kingsland Manor archive. The documents on velum and parchment cover the period from 1720 until 1911 when the Kingslands sold the Manor and surrounding property to Daniel McGinnity, a boxing promoter and trainer, and his wife, Katherine, who later ran a private hospital in the Manor.

In 2014, the Trust was given a matching grant by the Essex County Local Arts and History Programs to have these documents digitized to preserve them. In order to make these digitized documents available to the citizens of Nutley, the Trust provided microfilm and a DVD of the document images to the library.


Kingsland Manor Genealogy

Descendants of Sir Patrick Barnewall Kingsland

Updated MAY 2016


Kingsland Manor Celebrates the Birth of New Jersey


2015 Kingsland Manor Events


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The Kingsland Manor is open to visitors on scheduled open house days - the third Sunday of the month, as available - between 2 P.M. and 4 P.M.

Private tours are also available upon request.

The Manor is also used by the public for general social events, meetings and by Nutley’s senior citizens.

Musical and other events also take place there as do classroom visits by local elementary school children and scout groups.

Museum events are posted on the Township website at www.nutleynj.org.

For more information email/contact Kingsland Manor


The Nutley Board of Commissioners, the members of The Historic Restoration Trust, the citizens of Nutley and all those who will visit and use this historic site thank you for your interest in The Kingsland Manor. We hope you will return often.


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Kingsland Restoration Trust has joined Boiling Springs Savings Bank's Community Alliance Program to help raise funds.

See how your banking can help support the Kingsland Manor restoration at no additional cost to you.


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