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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Bridgeton, New Jersey
Location of Bridgeton, New Jersey
► Cumberland County (84) ► Atlantic County (211) ► Cape May County (69) ► Gloucester County (54) ► Salem County (114) ► Kent County, Delaware (210)
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|Court house bell rang as news of "Declaration" reached here. Cast in Massachusetts, 1765. Now on display in lobby. — — Map (db m153726) HM|
|Site of Baptist Log Meeting House and Burial Ground settled by The Bowen Company and their leader Rev. Timothy Brooks. United with Cohansey Baptist Church in 1710. Seventh Day Baptists in this company established the Shiloh Church 1737. — — Map (db m92322) HM|
|Built by Presbyterians in 1792, has been cited by architects as an outstanding example of good Colonial design. — — Map (db m153720) HM|
|The New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail Route is a “park in the making”—an idea becoming a reality. Many of its sites are available for you to visit. When complete, the Trail will link numerous natural and cultural landmarks into a . . . — — Map (db m64491) HM|
Old Broad Street Presbyterian Church was constructed in the meeting house form, rectangular in plan, with the pulpit placed on the north gable end wall and a U-shaped balcony on the other sides. The north elevation, facing Broad Street, is the . . . — — Map (db m64508) HM|
These patriots, original members of the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of New Jersey, lie buried in this churchyard.
Captain Seth Bowen
Ensign Almarin Brooks
Surgeon Ebenezer Elmer
Lieutenant Eli Elmer
Lieutenant James . . . — — Map (db m153722) HM WM|
In solemn tribute to the youth of Bridgeton who made the Supreme Sacrifice in World War II
1941 - 1945
They gave their today
for our tomorrow
Albert D. Adams • Frank L. Bacon • John A. Bailey • Paul R. Barrager • John Blackston • . . . — — Map (db m153724) WM|