Apgar, R.L. - Prof. of Music & Dealer in Musical Instruments
Astle, James T. - Blacksmithing & Mill Pick Dressing from 1886 map
Berkaw, W.E. - Physician from 1886 map
Boeman, Nicholas N. - Built the hotel c. 1852 by Nicholas N. Boeman, a tavern keeper from Whitehouse. He scurried to the area and got the first building lot.
Bowers, J.F. - Butcher from 1886 map
Cole, Josiah - second village postmaster after Theodore Risler and succeeded by John Lair.
Colvin Bros. - Lime Manufacturers from 1886 map
Cregar, John H. - Land owner
Creveling, Geo. V. - Sash and Blind factory
Frech, George M. - Station Agent
Fox, J.F. - Stoves, Hardware, Ag. Implements & General Merchandising, Proprietor
Hendershot, Asa. - Mason from 1886 map
Hoffman, D.E. - Sash and Blind factory
Huffman, Jane - Land owner
Hulsizer, J.S. - postmaster from 1886 map
Hummer Bros. - Carriage and Wagon Manufacturers
Johnston, John T. - President of the Central Railroad suggested the present name, Annandale, upon being requested to rechristen the place. The presumption seems to be that he called it after a town in his own native Scotland
Jones, Thomas - An ardent Patriot, Jones became a captain in the Hunterdon Militia during the Revolutionary War and used his tavern as a recruiting station. Capt. Jones helped Daniel Bray of Amwell acquire boats for Gen. Washington's Army to cross the Delaware.
Kenna, James - Railway employee
Kinney, Thomas - Railway employee
Knight, William - Resident Physician practiced from 1872-1878
Lair, John - Third village postmaster after Theodore Risler and Josiah Cole.
Miller, J.H. - Station Agent
Morrison, William - Boeman's Tavern was taken over by William Morrison around 1886 and was renamed Annandale House which soon evolved into the Annandale Hotel.Prugh. P.D. - Flour, Grain & Feed from 1886 map
Risler, Theodore H. - first village postmaster and was succeeded in turn by Josiah Cole and John Lair
Swezy, Whitfield - DO from 1886 map
Young, B.E. - Sash and Blind factory owner
Young, Jacob - Merchant
Young, Peter - Farmer