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Built in 1859 by “Jersey Blues Company” of the English Neighborhood. Troops that trained here became Company 1 of the 22nd New Jersey Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. Other troops trained here served during the Spanish-American . . . — — Map (db m54805) HM
Immediately south was located for a period in the early days of September 1780, the encampment of the left wing of the "light" troop of the Continental Army under Marquis de Lafayette. — — Map (db m7461) HM
Site of the Dutch Reformed Church of the English Neighborhood Built in 1768-9 and dedicated in 1770, with Dominie Garrett Lydecker its first minister.
Used as a guardhouse and hospital at various times during the Revolution. Torn . . . — — Map (db m7335) HM
In the early morning of Nov. 20, 1776 after evacuating Fort Lee by order of Gen. Washington, the Continental troops under Gen. Greene came down this road on their march to Trenton. — — Map (db m7345) HM
Approximately 100 yards to the west once stood Van Horne’s Grist Mill as located on Robert Erskine’s Map and mentioned in Thomas Paine’s “Crisis” paper. One detachment of the Patriot Garrison retreating from Fort Lee, left the main . . . — — Map (db m40769) HM
Located in old English Neighborhood on land purchased by Dirck Vreeland before the Revolution, the homestead stretched between the Hudson River and Overpeck Creek. The stone wing of this house was built about 1786 and later was remodeled. Son . . . — — Map (db m7131) HM