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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Bernardsville, New Jersey
Location of Bernardsville, New Jersey
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|New Jersey soldiers enlisted early in the Revolution and fought through to the end. The war took them to Canada in the beginning and Yorktown at the end, but most of their service was nearer home. The brigade camped here during the winter of . . . — — Map (db m9030) HM|
|Morristown National Historical Park commemorates the suffering and devotion of Washington’s army during the severest winter of the Revolution when these woods gave shelter, fuel, and water – but precious little else. That winter of bitter . . . — — Map (db m11896) HM|
|In 1779 soldiers of the New Jersey Brigade built this hearth. Archeologists stabilized it and removed the other artifacts found here for protection. The hearth provided the hut’s only comfort: a warm fire. Food ran out. Many men had no shoes and . . . — — Map (db m11899) HM|
|To the glory of God and in memory of the departed members of the Bernardsville Fire Company. — — Map (db m166025) HM|
| Bernardsville Train Station is a one-story stone structure with rounded corners and a hipped roof, and was built in 1901-1902. The interior classical detailing, including several pair of Corinthian pilasters carved in oak, is particularly notable. . . . — — Map (db m159070) HM|
| Top Plaque
1917 - 1919
Erected in memory of the Boys of Bernrads Township who gave their lives in the World War.
James Kilday •
Arthur A. Card •
Russull W. Mullen •
Robert E. Pope •
William Neill •
Francis Bergen •
Paul . . . — — Map (db m19598) HM|
|Blizzards, extreme cold, lack of food and medical care -- All endured by the New Jersey Brigade in the winter of 1779-80 while it camped here and watched British movements in New York. — — Map (db m16608) HM|
|“Where there is no vision, people will perish. There must be a balance of common sense, humility and vision.”
The Honorable Millicent Fenwick
Mrs. Fenwick worked all her life for the promotion of civil rights, consumer . . . — — Map (db m158953) HM|
| By this route Washington with his army retired to Morristown after his victory at Princeton January – 1777 -------------- Erected by the D-A-R — — Map (db m166024) HM|