“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 Haddon Township, New Jersey

Clickable Map of Camden 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> Camden County, NJ (115) Atlantic County, NJ (276) Burlington County, NJ (325) Gloucester County, NJ (55) Philadelphia County, PA (1465)  CamdenCounty(115) Camden County (115)  AtlanticCounty(276) Atlantic County (276)  BurlingtonCounty(325) Burlington County (325)  GloucesterCounty(55) Gloucester County (55)  PhiladelphiaCountyPennsylvania(1465) Philadelphia County (1465)
Camden is the county seat for Camden County
Haddon Township is in Camden County
      Camden County (115)  
      Atlantic County (276)  
      Burlington County (325)  
      Gloucester County (55)  
      Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania (1465)  
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1New Jersey, Camden County, Haddon Township — Champion School
On W Collings Avenue at Lynne Avenue, on the right when traveling west on W Collings Avenue.
The location and preservation of this one room school provides a historical and visible link to the first European settlers of this area, Quakers escaping persecution who arrived in 1681. They called this newly settled area Newton Colony located . . . Map (db m169686) HM
2New Jersey, Camden County, Haddon Township — Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
On Lynne Avenue at Elm Avenue, on the left when traveling south on Lynne Avenue.
Near this site, in 1681, Mark Newby, William Bates, Thomas Thackara, George Goldsmith, Thomas Sharp, Robert Zane and other immigrants from Ireland, who came here in quest of religious liberty, founded the First Friends Meeting of Old Gloucester . . . Map (db m169752) HM
3New Jersey, Camden County, Haddon Township — Saddler’s Woods
On MacArthur Blvd..
Welcome to Saddler’s Woods Historic Conservation Area. These woods are in the Newton Creek watershed and contain old growth ecosystems, restored woodlands, and wetlands. Saddler’s Woods is named in honor of Joshua Saddler. Saddler was a slave on a . . . Map (db m79621) HM
4New Jersey, Camden County, Haddon Township — Saddlertown
On Rhoads Avenue at MacArthur Blvd., on the left when traveling north on Rhoads Avenue.
Joshua Saddler is reputed to have been a Maryland fugitive slave whom Josiah Evans, a Quaker, helped to gain his freedom. Accounts of Joshua's escape, discovery, and emancipation, while interspersed with historical accuracy, has not yet been . . . Map (db m169184) HM
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Jan. 30, 2023