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St. James Roman Catholic Parish . First mass, 1683 . School opened, 1890 . Church relocated from Upper Main Street, 1924 . New church dedicated, 1968 . var plainText = document.getElementById('inscription1').innerText; …
Adath Israel Synagogue Congregation Adath Israel Synagogue served Woodbridge's Jewish community from 1907 until its 2006 merger with Congregation Neve Shalom of Metuchen. The Conservative congregation first High Holy Days services were celebrated…
Dedicated in 1877, as the Barron Library, it was the first library in Middlesex County. Donated by Thomas Barron, an entrepreneur and philanthropist who considered Woodridge his native town, this building served as a library until 1977. When the d…
The Barron name is an important one in Woodbridge, as the family was one of the first to settle here in the late 17th century. The Barron family, noted patriots and philanthropists, made many contributions to the town. The Barron estate encompasse…
Home of Aaron Dunn, a soldier in the Revolutionary War. In 1835 acquired by James Bloodgood, who operated a tannery located by the brook that crosses Ridgedale Avenue. Circa 1685.
NJ Provincial Representative, US Army surgeon in Rev. War, Freed his slaves in 1783, Father of Gov. Joseph Bloomfield. Circa mid-1700s
By the Grace of God, "A building about thirty feet square unpainted inside and out, with no steeple or bell without and no stove within" was erected on this place in 1675 to serve as both a community church, town hall and burial ground on land gra…
Dedicated to the recipients of thisoldest military decoration "The Purple Heart"My stone is red for the blood they shed.The medal I bear is my country's way to show they care.If I could be seen by all mankind maybe peace will come in my lifetime. …
Remembering those that enduredcaptivityHonoring those that didnot surviveEx-prisoners of WarN.J.
In memory of thesoldiers and sailors ofWoodbridge, N.J. whofought in the warsof our country. Erected by the citizensof Woodbridge, N.J. 1911