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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Pittstown, New Jersey
Location of Pittstown, New Jersey
► Hunterdon County (355) ► Mercer County (286) ► Morris County (378) ► Somerset County (160) ► Warren County (120) ► Bucks County, Pennsylvania (250)
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|Commissioner General Moore Furman supervised bakery near here for George Washington’s troops. Later he built this stone inn in 1800. Building renovated in 2001. — — Map (db m36349) HM|
|Rockhill-Potts, Agans & Douglass families. Farmed since 1752. — — Map (db m16635) HM|
|Tavern lot purchased by
J. Robeson in 1752 from the
“Great Society.” Tavern and
farm were in Mechlin’s family
ownership from 1810 to 1934. — — Map (db m36350) HM|
|This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — — Map (db m37111) HM|
|Chartered June 30, 1896
Charter surrendered 1988
Original building built in 1898 on land owned by H.K. Wright. Grange founded for purpose of cooperative buying to lower costs for farmers. — — Map (db m47943) HM|
|Named for Rockhill family who lived here on 846 acres as early as 1731. Original stone arch bridge built c1867 by H. Johnson. Reconstructed 2013/ — — Map (db m70021) HM|
Hunterdon County's first physician
1743 — — Map (db m32165) HM|
|Built by Moore Furman, Deputy Quartermaster General
of Washington’s army. — — Map (db m16692) HM|
|Late 18th century home of John Worthington. Rear wing added 1820. — — Map (db m17251) HM|