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We are grateful tothese Hightstown area men who gave theirlives in the service of their country John F. Campbell · Robert W. Cutinelle · George F. Dennis · Franklin Ely · Martin Greenberg · William Hoffman &mi…
Erected by Hopewell Post, American Legion, in honor of those of Hopewell and vicinity who responded to the Nation's call to duty.
Temple-Ryan Farmhouse c. 1750Has Been Placed on theNew Jersey Register of Historic PlacesBy the New JerseyDepartment of Environmental ProtectionMay 6, 1971And on theNational Register of Historic PlacesBy the United StatesDepartment of the Interior…
Isaac Watson House Built in 1708Restored and Maintained byThe State Society ofThe Daughters ofThe American Revolutionof New JerseyTercentenary year 1964
Isaac Watson built this early colonial dwelling in 1708. The surrounding area is the famous Indian site, The Abbot Farm.
Elected Nottingham Tax Collector in 1763, Isaac Pearson later served as a justice of the peace, freeholder, township clerk and delegate to the NJ Provincial Congress.Two days later after the Battle of Trenton, in 1776, Isaac Pearson was murdered. …
In honor of the citizens of this vicinitywho served our country in the greatWorld War of 1914-1918——————————H. Dallas Fogg · Foster H. Van Ness · Joseph R. Williams ·…
Erected in grateful memoryand honor to the men and womenof this community who served theircountry faithfully in World War IIand with special tribute to thefollowing who in additiongave their livesRaymond E. Warner 32067335Killed in action Nov. 20,…
Named for the family of settler Joseph Titus, who established two sawmills and a fishery here in the 1700's, Titusville was a major industrial and transportation center in the mid-19th century. Spurred by the construction of the Delaware and Rarit…
"All our hopes were blasted bythat unhappy affair at Trenton"— Lord George Germain, British Colonel SecretaryBear Tavern RoadHistoric route ofContinental troops to Trenton whereWashington achieved his famous victoryover Rahl's Hessian Brigad…
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