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Home of Col. Joseph Borden 2nd. Son of the founder of Bordentown. Patriot, Statesman, Soldier, Judge. Restored after burning by the British 1778.
Patience Lovell Wright was America's first professional sculptor and a self-appointed Revolutionary War spy. A native of Bordentown, she lived in this house after her marriage to Joseph Wright in 1748. She learned from her sister, Rachel, how to s…
Founded in 1881 "Rather Be Than Seem" dedicated 19 October 1996 by the BMT Alumni Association to the memory of the Cadets and Faculty of the Bordentown Military Institute which stood on the site from 1881 to 1972. BMT was an institutio…
(Top Panel) "Old Main" was the administrative and academic center of the Bordentown Military Institute, which stood on this site from 1881 to 1972. BMI and "Old Main" stood as a testimonial that God, duty, honor and country are…
Ashworth, Harry Bailey, Charles Bailey, Robert Bell, Donald Bell, Frank, Jr Bell, Gerald Bell, Gordon Bentz, George Bentz, Russell Billingham, Neil Bozarth, Clarence Bozarth, Harry Bozarth, Jack Bozarth, William Brettel, Jack Brettel, William Bull…
About The Gilder FamilyThe Gilder family, which also includes the Nutts and Bunting families, rose to prominence in the publishing world of New York City with Richard Watson Gilder as the Editor of Century Magazine, his sister Jeanette Gilder as a…
Clara Barton, best known as a Civil War nurse and founder of the American Red Cross, was significant in New Jersey history for beginning the first "free" public school in the state. Barton took a teaching position in Hightstown in 1851, at the urg…
Erected 1914 byE. B. TantumTo commemorate the devoted serviceto his country ofGeorge S. BowersCompany F 8th RegimentN. J. Volunteer InfantryAnd all other loyal soldiers and sailorswho suffered untold misery starvation anddeath, while confined as p…
In honor of all men & women who served our country in the Armed Forces
Running from the Delaware River to New Lisbon, the historic Kinkora Branch RR carried produce in the 1800s. Later it was used to transport troops to Camp Dix during WW I and Fort Dix during WW II.