“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Branchville, New Jersey

Clickable Map of Sussex County, New Jersey and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Sussex County, NJ (91) Morris County, NJ (391) Passaic County, NJ (140) Warren County, NJ (122) Orange County, NY (518) Monroe County, PA (90) Pike County, PA (102)  SussexCounty(91) Sussex County (91)  MorrisCounty(391) Morris County (391)  PassaicCounty(140) Passaic County (140)  WarrenCounty(122) Warren County (122)  OrangeCountyNew York(518) Orange County (518)  MonroeCountyPennsylvania(90) Monroe County (90)  PikeCounty(102) Pike County (102)
Newton is the county seat for Sussex County
Branchville is in Sussex County
      Sussex County (91)  
      Morris County (391)  
      Passaic County (140)  
      Warren County (122)  
      Orange County, New York (518)  
      Monroe County, Pennsylvania (90)  
      Pike County, Pennsylvania (102)  
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1New Jersey (Sussex County), Branchville — Branchville, NJIncorporated 1898
On or about the year 1690 William H. Beemer settled here on 1,000 acres of land and built the first mill. James Haggerty purchased this land in 1793 and built additional successful mills lending the area the name known as "Brantown" due to the many . . . Map (db m26446) HM
2New Jersey (Sussex County), Branchville — Stokes State Forest
Governor Edward C. Stokes established the Board of Forest Park Reservations in 1905. The new forestry commission acquired 5,432 acres on Kittatinny Mountain in 1907 to create the E. C. Stokes Reserve. Stokes State Forest grew to 12,429 acres by . . . Map (db m16817) HM
3New Jersey (Sussex County), Branchville — Sussex Railroad
In 1869, due to the efforts of a prominent Branchville resident, William H. Bell, the Sussex Railroad was completed, ending in Branchville borough. The line, finished by Bell himself, was for a time referred to as the “Branchville . . . Map (db m8094) HM
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Sep. 27, 2022