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Historical Markers in Denville Township, New Jersey

 
Clickable Map of Morris 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 Morris County, NJ (391) Essex County, NJ (152) Hunterdon County, NJ (362) Passaic County, NJ (139) Somerset County, NJ (162) Sussex County, NJ (84) Union County, NJ (117) Warren County, NJ (122)  MorrisCounty(391) Morris County (391)  EssexCounty(152) Essex County (152)  HunterdonCounty(362) Hunterdon County (362)  PassaicCounty(139) Passaic County (139)  SomersetCounty(162) Somerset County (162)  SussexCounty(84) Sussex County (84)  UnionCounty(117) Union County (117)  WarrenCounty(122) Warren County (122)
Morristown is the county seat for Morris County
Denville Township is in Morris County
      Morris County (391)  
ADJACENT TO MORRIS COUNTY
      Essex County (152)  
      Hunterdon County (362)  
      Passaic County (139)  
      Somerset County (162)  
      Sussex County (84)  
      Union County (117)  
      Warren County (122)  
 
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1New Jersey (Morris County), Denville Township — Ayres-Knuth Farm — Circa 1803
This working farm, operated continuously since first settled, is one of the most completed examples of a 19th century agricultural complex in Morris County.Map (db m91625) HM
2New Jersey (Morris County), Denville Township — E.C. Peer & Sons Store
19th Century store on Morris Canal, lock 8 east. Catered to canal boatmen and their families. Property purchased by Samuel Peer in 1852. E.C. Peer served as lock tender 1862-1915.Map (db m91610) HM
3New Jersey (Morris County), Denville Township — Job Allen Iron Works — Circa 1730
Site of forge and farm established by Job Allen on Rockaway River later operated by his son, Job Allen, II, Captain in Morris Militia.Map (db m91190) HM
4New Jersey (Morris County), Denville Township — Kitchel Homestead — Circa 1770
Original farmhouse owned by Abraham Kitchel, Revolutionary patriot. New Jersey legislator and Morris County Judge. Dwelling enlarged and outbuildings built during 19th century. Kitchel family occupied property until 1927.Map (db m94691) HM
5New Jersey (Morris County), Denville Township — Morris Canal — 1824 1924
National Registered Landmark-Peer's Store, Lock 8 East. Aqueduct over the Rockaway River is nearbyMap (db m91611) HM
6New Jersey (Morris County), Denville Township — Mt. Tabor Camp Meeting Association — 1869
Spiritual revival group was established by Newark Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Summer encampment gradually became year-round residential community. The state chartered association functioned as a municipality until 1980.Map (db m91623) HM
7New Jersey (Morris County), Denville Township — Peter Cook House — Circa 1778
Original stone house and farm owned by Peter Cook. Early Rockaway Valley settler and founding trustee of Reformed Dutch Church of Parsippany in 1774. Federal addition built in 1806.Map (db m91607) HM
8New Jersey (Morris County), Denville Township — Second Union School
Children attended this school from 1861 until 1908 when the Third Union School opened across the road. The First Union School built on this site in 1816 was destroyed by fire in 1860. The Union School united the villages of Franklin and Ninkey into . . . Map (db m91626) HM
9New Jersey (Morris County), Denville Township — The Diamond Spring
The Diamond Spring Water Company, owned by James Miller, supplied bottled water to city of Newark, 1885-1900. The Miller family later operated nearby Diamond Spring Inn as Summer Hotel.Map (db m91186) HM
 
 
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Jun. 28, 2022