Kingsland Manor, 17th Century Colonial, Nutley, NJKINGSLAND 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.

Kingsland Manor Trust long-term President Dorothy Greengrove passes, 87

It is with deep sorrow and pain that we inform you of the death of our President, Dorothy Greengrove, on Wednesday, September 25, 2019. Please see details below.


At a Glance


Essex County Historic Holiday House Tour, Kingsland Manor will be decorated. Music and light refreshments. December 7 and December 8, 2019. Free and open to the public.


Story Time with Santa and Mrs. Claus

Saturday, December 14 and Sunday, December 15, 2019


Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, Friday, December 20, 2019


Manor Open House with tours, refreshments
third Sunday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

No Open House Tour scheduled in November


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Events subject to change


Kingsland Manor, Nutley, Story Time with Santa and Mrs. Claus

Friends of Kingsland Manor present

Story Time with Santa and Mrs. Claus

December 14th & 15th 2019,

Morning and Afternoon Sessions

Location:  Kingsland Manor, 3 Kingsland St. corner of Lakeside Dr., Nutley, NJ

Mr. & Mrs. Santa Claus will be hosting a holiday story time at Kingsland Manor. Children will leave with a small token from Santa and everyone will leave with memories for years to come. Don’t forget your camera!

Recommended for children up to 10 years old.  Admission by reservation.

 Saturday, Dec. 14th 10 am (suggested ages 2 -5)

Saturday, Dec. 14th 12 noon (suggested ages 2-5)

Saturday, Dec. 14th 2 pm (suggested ages 5-10)

Sunday, Dec. 5th 11 am (suggested ages 2-5)

Sunday, Dec. 15th 1 pm (suggested ages 5-10)

Space is limited to 30 guests per session.  Refreshments for children and adults.

Cost:  $15.00 for one parent and child. Additional adults and children, $5 each.

Reserve and pay online using eventbrite.com:

https://kingsland_manor_storytime_with_santa_2019.eventbrite.com

For more information:

KingslandManorRestorationTrust@gmail.com 973-661-3410


Candlelight Tour and Reading of “A Christmas Carol”

The Kingsland Manor presents

A Candlelight Tour and Reading of “A Christmas Carol”

7 p.m., Friday, December 20, 2019

Step back into the 19th century as you listen to a classic holiday story, “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, read by John McCullough in the Kingsland Manor ballroom.

A candlelight tour of the Manor and holiday refreshments will follow the reading.

Recommended for adults and young adults (ages 12+).

Tickets are $20.00

A total of 25 tickets will be sold for this event.

Reserve and pay online using eventbrite.com:

https://kingsland_manor_christmas_carol_reading_2019.eventbrite.com

For more information:

KingslandManorRestorationTrust@gmail.com 973-661-3410


Visit our 1700s brownstone Dutch colonial steeped in history. Explore the historic homestead of the Kingsland family and beyond, set within park like grounds overlooking a pond and waterfalls.

The Manor is open for tours the third Sunday of each month, unless otherwise noted. Check this site for the latest information.

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. Private tours are also available upon request.

Manor events are also posted on the Nutley township website at www.nutleynj.org.

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Dorothy L. Greengrove, a Life Well-Lived,
Dedicated to her Family, Nutley and Kingsland Manor
Dorothy L. Greengrove, founding member of Kingsland Manor Restoration Trust

Devoted wife, mother and grandmother, Dedicated to preserving local history

Dorothy L. Greengrove, 87, a lifelong resident of Nutley, passed away on Wednesday September 25, 2019. Born in Passaic, she was the daughter of the late August and Paula L. (Arnold) Pfefferle. Mrs. Greengrove was a realtor with Moscara Realty in Nutley before retiring. She was also a recipient of the Mattia Award, member of the Historic Restoration Trust, the Nutley Town Club and was active with the Girl Scouts of America.

Dorothy is survived by her beloved husband, James B. Greengrove, her children, Keith Greengrove and wife, Lisa, Kate Greengrove and husband, Art Pfefferle, Kris Greengrove and husband, Jim Martino, Karl Greengrove and husband, Ulises Robles and her loving grandchildren, Eva, Carson, Anton, Owen and Ella. She was also the dear sister of the late Fred Pfefferle.

The Funeral Service were conducted September 30, 2019, at the S.W. Brown & Son Funeral Home, 267 Centre St. Nutley. Interment will follow at Hollywood Memorial Park in Union.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Historic Restoration Trust, (www.kingslandmanor.org) 3 Kingsland St. Nutley, NJ 07110.

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From our archives: Dorothy Greengrove, Dedicated Historian, 1974


Nutley, New Jersey, Historic Map Reprints

Now available for purchase at the Kingsland Manor

Nutley N.J. - archival maps for sale at Kingsland Manor In the Kingsland Manor ballroom now 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. Maps measure about 30" x 20".

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Bus McGinnity Speakeasy Restoration

The Bus McGinnity Speakeasy is taking shape and we're about ready to install a bar. We believe that Bus constructed his bar out of old panel doors. If you have any 30" to 32" wooden panel doors that you would be interested in donating to our project, please contact the Kingsland Manor on our Gmail account KingslandManorRestorationTrust@gmail.com or leave a message on our phone 973-661-3410. Thank you.

The Bus McGinnity Speakeasy Renovations, Kingsland Manor, Nutley, NJ The Bus McGinnity Speakeasy Renovations, Kingsland Manor, Nutley, NJ

The Bus McGinnity Speakeasy Renovations, Kingsland Manor, Nutley, NJ  The Bus McGinnity Speakeasy Renovations, Kingsland Manor, Nutley, NJ

In 1909, the McGinnity family purchased the home. Daniel McGinnity, a famous fight promoter and entertainment entrepreneur, used Nutley as a training camp for his prize fighters.

It was Bernard “Bus” McGinnity, Daniel’s son who ran a speak-easy in the basement of the Kingsland Manor during Prohibition.

Speakeasy Woman photo by Anthony Buccino

GENTLEMEN!
KINDLY RESPECT THE LADY IN OUR MIDST!

After Prohibition was repealed, he and his mother, Katherine, ran it as the Colonial Club until their liquor license was revoked. Then the Manor became known as the Nutley Private Hospital, as the McGinnitys operated a convalescent home.

By 1938, the estate was offered at a Sheriff's sale for roughly $4,000 in back taxes and liens.

Opening The Bus McGinnity Speakeasy to visitors will be announced when renovations are complete. Meanwhile visit our open house tour for more background on where this gin joint was located in good old Nutley, New Jersey.


Kingsland Family Gathering at Kingsland Manor

The Kingsland Manor hosted a visit of 21 Kingsland family members from all parts of the east coast on Saturday, April 7, 2018. It was a thrill to meet so many Kingsland family members and offer them a tour of their four-times great-grandfather's home.

Kingsland Family Gathering at Kingsland Manor, Nutley, NJ


1st Kingsland Family Reunion at Kingsland Manor

Kingsland Manor members Eleanor Storer and Dorothy Greengrove

June 16, 1982 – From left, Eleanor Storer and Dorothy Greengrove, members of the Kingsland
Trust, sit in the ballroom of the Kingsland Manor. The Kingsland Trust is made up of
Nutley townspeople who are dedicated to preserving the manor as a historic landmark.
Members dress in garb of the 19th century when they conduct tours
of the Kingsland Manor. Photo by Lisa Lombardi/South Bergenite


2019


Dana Bala: Quilting and Textiles in the 18th and 19th CenturiesQuilting and Textiles in the 18th and 19th Centuries

Kingsland Manor Open House and Tours

Sunday, February 17, 2019

Dana Bala has been quilting for approximately 15 years. She combines her love of history and fabric through researching historic quilts, patterns, techniques and the textile industry, particularly, in the 18th and 19th centuries.

A frequent volunteer at Washington Crossing Park, she has also given presentations at other historic sites such as the Abraham Staats House, the Miller-Corey Museum, East Jersey Olde Towne, and the Bouman-Stickney Farmstead.  Her other areas of interest/expertise include embroidery, cooking and genealogy.

Admission is by donation to help with our ongoing restoration efforts at this historic site.


Parents, Need something for your children to do during the February school break? Kingsland Manor Offers Beginning Knitting Workshop for Grades 5-8

February 2019

The Kingsland Manor is offering a workshop that will teach beginning knitting for grades 5 through grade 8. It will take place over two days: February 19 (Tuesday) and February 21 (Thursday) from 2 - 4 p.m. in the Kingsland Manor ballroom. February 22 (Friday) is a snow date.

Students will learn to cast on, knit, and cast off. They will complete a project and possibly start on a second project that uses the purl stitch.

Space is limited to 12 students. Once the seats are sold out, we encourage you to put your name on a waiting list in case a spot opens up. Those who remain on the waiting list will be contacted if the workshop is offered again.

Where: The Kingsland Manor at 3 Kingsland Street


Manor Open House - Nutley Author's Latest Nutley Book

March 24, 2019

Nutley Notables - Vol 2 by Anthony Buccino - At Kingsland ManorVisit our 1700s brownstone Dutch colonial steeped in history. Explore the historic homestead of the Kingsland family and beyond, set within park like grounds overlooking a pond and waterfalls.

Local author Anthony Buccino will join us at 2 p.m. to discuss his latest book Nutley Notables - The men and women who made a memorable impact on our home town, Nutley, New Jersey, Vol. 2.

Buccino profiled more than one-hundred Nutley notables in Nutley Notables - Volume Two (ISBN 978-1728689487, 132 pages).  In fact, the first fifty pages document Nutley women’s contributions as artists, volunteers, writers, politicians, a suffragette, a firefighter, and a New Jersey State Police officer.

Following his talk, copies of his Nutley books will be available for purchase and autograph.


Basket Making Workshop at Kingsland Manor Nutley, 3-30-19Introduction to Basket Making with Sandra Kehoe

March 30, 2019

Kingsland Manor is offering an all-day basket making workshop taught by Sandra Kehoe. The basket that will be made is the “blueberry basket” pictured here. It will be made in a natural color, and instructions for coloring it at home will be provided by the instructor.

We are offering this workshop at a special price of $65, which includes materials and a light lunch. (Note that the same or a comparable workshop would cost much more in other locations.)


Women’s Month continues at the Kingsland Manor

The Path to 1920s Enfranchisement for Women

Denny Daniel of the Museum of Interesting Things conducts a special Open House April 7, 2019

Suffragette City - Beyond just voting rights!

The fight to give women the vote lasted over 100 years and spanned the world. It was not just a movement for voting rights, though.  The Museum of Interesting Things, through its vast collection of actual artifacts from that era, will reveal what the bicycle had to do with the movement; why some men were afraid of women with hats; how other issues of the times, like the civil rights and temperance movements, were involved; and the humorous affirmations and counterpoints on the topic of allowing women to vote. Someone might even get to try on a bustle dress! By the end, you’ll see if society really did collapse when the fairer sex entered the voting booth.

The Museum’s suffragette and women's rights show uses real historic items on voting/occupations/rights for women over the ages, including a voting machine with Presidential candidate Harding still on it, suffragette dresses, poll station books containing names from the 1920 election, historic postcards, women's rights books going back 100 years, and many more items!                     


Spring Volunteer Earth Day Clean Up, April 27, 2019

Kingsland Manor, Nutley, NJ - Spring Cleanup - April 27, 2019It is time for some Spring cleaning! Join the Kingsland Manor team and help us get the property in tip top shape! We are seeking volunteers who love to be outdoors and don’t mind a little yard work. Our crew of volunteers will be asked to help with tasks such as clearing sticks and leaves, which we have plenty of after the winter storms this year and cleaning out the garden beds to get the ready for planting. This is a great opportunity to get outside and moving after the long, cold winter while making a difference at the same time.

You can volunteer for as little or as long as you would like for the day. Gardening tools will be provided.

Grab a rake and join staff and volunteers at the Historic Gardens in the Kingsland Manor to clean up the grounds and prepare for the spring garden season. Staff and volunteers will be there each day and welcome any time you can contribute - even an hour or two would be greatly appreciated!

If you would like more information or if you are interested in helping please contact the Kingsland Manor at 973-661-3410 or you can email us by clicking the live link or entering kingslandmanornutley@gmail.com.

Inclement Weather Plan

This day will take place outdoors. Weather updates will be posted on our website and our Facebook page. For the participants who sign up in advance, we will be in touch via email regarding any weather-related changes.

Other Volunteer Opportunities

We have several options for those who would like to volunteer with us this season. If you are unable to join us for Spring Earth Day Clean Up, or if you would like more information about other volunteer opportunities, please contact the Kingsland Manor at 973-661-3410 or email us kingslandmanornutley@gmail.com. We can provide you with information about volunteer benefits and more. We would love for you to join our team!


Love Baseball?  Love history?  Watch 1860s Base Ball!

The Kingsland Manor Presents

The Flemington Neshanock Base Ball Club

 

Versus

Kingsland Colonels of Nutley Base Ball Club

 

5th Annual Base Ball Classic

May 18, 2018, Yanticaw, Boys Park, Nutley, N.J.

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 18, 2019.

The Colonels team uniform will be white long-sleeved shirts and black pants and a pill-box styled base ball cap shown in the 1895 Colonels picture above.


Drying Room Now Drying

Taking advantage of not holding an open house in August, we used the time to restore the drying room in the basement of the Kingsland Manor. The Kingsland family set up an area for drying fruits and vegetables. The project to restore the room is underway and should be done shortly. Here is the progress so far.

Kingsland Manor 'drying room' restoration 

Kingsland Manor 'drying room' restoration


Kingsland Family Visitors

While we didn't have an official open house in August, we hosted three separate visits this summer from members of the Kingsland family.

Kingsland descendants visit Kingsland Manor, Nutley, NJ, Schuyler James Kingsland and sons, Oliver Douglas and Schuyler Joshua.   Kingsland descendants visit Kingsland Manor, Nutley, NJ, Sara Kingsland Dall Melchiorre and son Jason.  Kingsland descendants visit Kingsland Manor, Nutley, NJ, Sara Kingsland Dall Melchiorre and son Jason

August 5, 2019: Schuyler Kingsland and his sons Schuyler and Oliver, visited from St. Louis.

August 15, 2019: Sara Dall Melchiorre and son Jason visited from Massachusetts.

August 17, 2019: Diane Thomforde Hipshman and daughter, Jessany visited. Diane and her sister, Denise, organized the Kingsland family reunions that were held at the Kingsland Manor in 1982 and 1984.

July 8, 2019: Alison Wilmunder Rinehart, son Zachary, husband David and daughter Alexia visited from California. Alison's mother is Dorothy Alberta Kingsland.


17th Century Manor House Gets 21st Century Coat of Paint

The Kingsland Manor did not hold an open house in August. Instead we took advantage of the free time to do some needed plastering and painting in the upstairs bedrooms. Here is a peek at the work.

Kingsland Manor, Nutley NJ photos by Leon S. Kish

Kingsland Manor, Nutley NJ photos by Leon S. Kish

Kingsland Manor, Nutley NJ photos by Leon S. Kish

Kingsland Manor, Nutley NJ photos by Leon S. Kish

Kingsland Manor, Nutley NJ photos by Leon S. Kish

Kingsland Manor, Nutley NJ photos by Leon S. Kish


Lourdes Gonzalez shared interior Kingsland Manor photos she shot at the September National Ghost Hunting Day

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Lourdes Gonzalez photos:Kingsland Manor, September Ghost Hunt


Kingsland Manor celebrates National Ghost Hunting Day
with a special paranormal investigation led by experienced ghost hunters

National Ghost Hunting Day, September 28, 2019, will be celebrated as part of the World’s Largest Ghost Hunt at the Kingsland Manor

National Ghost Hunting day was established in 2016 to recognize and celebrate ghost hunting methods. “Its noble intention is to globally promote the most haunted properties in the world while recognizing the work of paranormal investigators dedicated to these iconic locations!”

Join a group of fellow ghost hunters in an investigation conducted by The Island Paranormal Society.

Event is sold-out.


Kingsland Manor, Nutley, NJ, on Psychic Kids TV showA&E TV series Psychic Kids
filmed at Kingsland Manor

The Kingsland Manor was used for filming an episode of a ‘new’ series on A&E called Psychic Kids. The episode, Awake and Afraid, aired on September 4, 2019.

Watch for repeat broadcasts.

It was exciting to be a part of this and some amazing facts about the Kingsland family were uncovered by two exceptional psychic kids.

Psychic Kids


Volunteers Welcome at Kingsland Manor

Kingsland Manor: Caldwell University-Campus Wide Day of Service

Kingsland Manor continues the tradition, initiated originally by Carl Gommel and Dot Greengrove, in welcoming the wonderful volunteers from Caldwell University for their annual Campus Wide Day of Service visit. Thank you for your great work in the garden on September 27, 2019.


September Sidewalk

New pathway at 17th Century colonial Kingsland Manor, Nutley, NJ

New pathway, Kingsland Manor, Nutley, NJ

A new pathway from the front patio was recently installed at the Kingsland Manor. Yes, the front of the manor faces the park and pond.


Kingsland Manor Open House
September 15, 2019

Enjoy the waning days of summer at the Kingsland Manor.

The Manor will be open for tours and surprises.

Check out the upstairs rooms as seen recently on Psychic Kids Awake and Afraid, if you dare!

Michael Perrone of Belleville has graciously offered to bring his Good Humor bicycle and Good Humor ice cream novelties to the event. It looks to be a sunny day with temperatures in the 80s, so come out and enjoy a tour with an ice cream treat for the last weekend of summer.


Floral Design Workshop at Kingsland Manor:
Autumn Vase and Arrangement
October 19, 2019

Kingsland Manor continues its series of hands-on classes with a second adventure in floral design -- just in time for the fall holidays!

This 3.5-hour workshop will teach two fun skills: tole painting and floral design. You will first learn the art of painting on glass as you create a unique vase with a pumpkin motif. While the paint dries, we'll take a short break for coffee and snacks. Then, it will be time to create a sumptuous floral arrangement with hydrangeas, roses, sunflowers and more. The instructor will walk you through the process while sharing her expert knowledge on the care and handling of flowers, advanced flower-arranging techniques, and where to obtain the necessary materials.

About the teacher: Janet J. Corrao, AIFD, CFD, is an accredited member of the American Institute of Floral Design. Janet achieved Judge-Evaluator ranking in 2018. Her stunning arrangements have graced numerous Kingsland Manor events. Janet is also a Master Gardener and is restoring the Kingsland Manor's garden to a historically accurate colonial herb and flower garden.


As seen on A&E’s Psychic Kids television show, episode Awake and Afraid

YES, ANOTHER GHOST HUNT HERE!

Paranormal Investigation at Kingsland Manor on Oct. 19, 2019

Due to the popularity of our National Ghost Hunting Day event in September, Kingsland Manor is offering a second chance to scare up some ghosts.

We limited the number of participants for the National Ghost Hunting Day event to only 30 to provide the best paranormal experience. The September event sold out very quickly. We decided to add a second paranormal investigation to allow more of you to experience the ‘spirit’ of the Kingsland Manor.

Join a group of fellow ghost hunters in an investigation conducted by The Island Paranormal Society.


All-day basket weaving workshop, Kingsland Manor, Nutley NJAll-day Basket Making Workshop

November 2, 2019

Kingsland Manor is offering an all-day basket making workshop taught by Sandra Kehoe. The basket that will be made is the shopping tote pictured above. It will be made in a natural color with a woven design near the top and carrying straps.

All levels are welcome.


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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.

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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