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Historical Markers in Byram Township, 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; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Sussex County, NJ (96) Morris County, NJ (410) Passaic County, NJ (138) Warren County, NJ (125) Orange County, NY (563) Monroe County, PA (124) Pike County, PA (127)  SussexCounty(96) Sussex County (96)  MorrisCounty(410) Morris County (410)  PassaicCounty(138) Passaic County (138)  WarrenCounty(125) Warren County (125)  OrangeCountyNew York(563) Orange County (563)  MonroeCountyPennsylvania(124) Monroe County (124)  PikeCounty(127) Pike County (127)
Newton is the county seat for Sussex County
Byram Township is in Sussex County
      Sussex County (96)  
ADJACENT TO SUSSEX COUNTY
      Morris County (410)  
      Passaic County (138)  
      Warren County (125)  
      Orange County, New York (563)  
      Monroe County, Pennsylvania (124)  
      Pike County, Pennsylvania (127)  
 
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1 New Jersey, Sussex County, Byram Township — Cat Swamp Hijacking and Murder
In this area, on Cat Swamp Hill in Byram Township, at about 6:00 a.m. on June 14, 1921, the Sussex Print Silk truck was hijacked. Albert Koster drove onto the scene on his motorcycle, was mistaken for a state trooper, and murdered. The gang escaped . . . Map (db m26354) HM
2 New Jersey, Sussex County, Byram Township — Site Of Toll Gate
Morris Turnpike 1801—1851 New Jersey’s first chartered road Elizabeth NJ— Morristown— Newton—(Delaware River) Milford PAMap (db m160349) HM
3 New Jersey, Sussex County, Byram Township, Lake Mohawk — Amity School
The Amity School was built in 1840, and in continuous use until June 1936. When it was built, Byram Township included part of current Sparta Township, and all of Stanhope and Hopatcong Boroughs. Stanhope Road did not reach from Green Road to . . . Map (db m26433) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Apr. 23, 2024