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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Oldwick, New Jersey
Location of Oldwick, New Jersey
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|Site of Col. John Taylor's Grist Mill c.1760 — — Map (db m16708) HM|
|A German settlement in the 1740's. It's Lutheran church, 1751, served a large area. The village became Oldwick in 1918. — — Map (db m16766) HM|
|George Washington stayed in this house while his troops camped between White House and New Bromley.
House burned in mid 1960’s. — — Map (db m16606) HM|
|English settler John Taylor established a gristmill c. 1760 approximately 0.7 miles downstream on Taylor's Mill Road. The mill supplied flour to American troops during the Revolutionary War and continued to operate into the early 20th century. This . . . — — Map (db m20329) HM|
|Formerly known as Apgar's Corners, this settlement was renamed in honor of the Asst. Post Master General of the United States, Wilson Bissell. — — Map (db m20330) HM|
|Altered in 1830
Addition in 1854
Chancel added in 1883
Presented by Penelope Van Princes Chapter, Oldwick, New Jersey — — Map (db m46412) HM|
|New Jersey's oldest Lutheran Congregation's first service was conducted on August 1, 1714, by the Reverend Justus Falkner, the first Protestant minister ordained in America. It was held in the home of Aree Van Guinee, a freed slave, who later . . . — — Map (db m75926) HM|