Going back to the 90s again, two other researchers and I were digging into those NJ Prall records. We wrote the courthouse and ordered from the indexes that we had already received. Then we made copies or transcribed documents to forward to our cohorts.
I received a thick envelope one day from one of the gals. One document had a stick note: "read this first." The document revealed a court record that proclaimed Cornelius Prall to be the son of Aaron.
We "knew" that to be the case, but had no proof. Now we had the proof!
Ah, technology! That court document is now in a book of compiled Hunterdon Co., NJ court records!