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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Englishtown, New Jersey

 
Clickable Map of Monmouth 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 Monmouth County, NJ (305) Burlington County, NJ (322) Mercer County, NJ (333) Middlesex County, NJ (289) Ocean County, NJ (139) Queens County, NY (154) Richmond County, NY (206)  MonmouthCounty(305) Monmouth County (305)  BurlingtonCounty(322) Burlington County (322)  MercerCounty(333) Mercer County (333)  MiddlesexCounty(289) Middlesex County (289)  OceanCounty(139) Ocean County (139)  QueensCountyNew York(154) Queens County (154)  RichmondCounty(206) Richmond County (206)
Freehold is the county seat for Monmouth County
Englishtown is in Monmouth County
      Monmouth County (305)  
ADJACENT TO MONMOUTH COUNTY
      Burlington County (322)  
      Mercer County (333)  
      Middlesex County (289)  
      Ocean County (139)  
      Queens County, New York (154)  
      Richmond County, New York (206)  
 
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1New Jersey (Monmouth County), Englishtown — An Inspiring Commander in Chief
The Battle of Monmouth 26 June 1778 The Commander in Chief was every where, his Presence gave Spirit and Confidence and his command and authority soon brought every thing into order and Regularity." Major General Nathanael Greene, 2 . . . Map (db m6170) HM
2New Jersey (Monmouth County), Englishtown — Combs Hill Cannonade
During the early afternoon, the Continental and British Armies were stalemated as they cannonaded each other across Spotswood Middle Brook. Major General Greene then appeared on this hill with four artillery pieces and began bombarding the British. . . . Map (db m6165) HM
3New Jersey (Monmouth County), Englishtown — Hold the Hedgerow!
Major General Charles Lee had only 800 men to try to stall more than 2,000 advancing British troops. The Continentals beat back one cavalry charge before the British grenadiers were upon them. After 3 to 5 minutes of firing at each other at point . . . Map (db m6186) HM
4New Jersey (Monmouth County), Englishtown — Home of Moses Laird
. . . Map (db m8970) HM
5New Jersey (Monmouth County), Englishtown — Mary “Molly” Hays
"You girls should have been with me at the battle of Monmouth and learned how to load a cannon." - Mary Hays Mcaury to Susan Hackendorn, c. 1830 As the temperature approached 100 degrees, and gunners collapsed from heat exhaustion, a . . . Map (db m6187) HM
6New Jersey (Monmouth County), Englishtown — Old Tennent Soldiers and Sailors World War Monument
This monument is dedicated to the memory of the Soldiers and Sailors of Monmouth county who sacrificed their lives in the World War 1914-1918. Erected by the Membership and officers of the Old Tennent Church, 1920Map (db m155932) HM WM
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7New Jersey (Monmouth County), Englishtown — The Great Cannonade
The Battle of Monmouth 28 June, 1778 1:15 PM – 5:30 PM “… Shot and Shells flying as thick as Hail.” Major General Nathanael Greene For several long, hot and exhausting hours during the afternoon of June 28, . . . Map (db m6168) HM
8New Jersey (Monmouth County), Englishtown — Village InnEst. 1732
. . . Map (db m8965) HM
9New Jersey (Monmouth County), Englishtown — Village Inn
Built in 1732. Here, after the Battle of Monmouth, Washington ordered the arrest of Lee, who had disobeyed battle orders.Map (db m9004) HM
 
 
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Nov. 27, 2022