Deeded by Samuel Richards to Church Trustees: Jesse Richards, Thomas S. Richards, John Richards, Samuel B. Finch, Thomas Sordan, Samuel Bareford and Henry Brown; on June 13, 1826. — — Map (db m79514) HM
On Quaker Bridge Road at U.S. 206 on Quaker Bridge Road.
The imposing, classically-inspired Atsion mansion was the height of fashion when Samuel Richards built it in 1826. Sited on a rise, it overlooked both the ironworks and lake that served as a mill pond to provide water power to the village. The . . . — — Map (db m79531) HM
Original owner of the land was Elsie Gaskill. Later sold to Thomas A. Snider. Snider was the Justice of the Peace and held court upstairs. Pic-A-Lilli, as we know it has been owned and operated by four generations of the Pickett Russell family. — — Map (db m79513) HM
Atsion’s history begins with iron. In 1765 Charles Read purchased lands at Atsion and established an iron forge. The village’s most prosperous period began in 1824 when Samuel Richards purchased the property. Under his ownership, Atsion consisted of . . . — — Map (db m42338) HM
On Willow Grove Road (County Route 648) at Indian Mills Road (County Route 620), on the right when traveling west on Willow Grove Road.
Founded in 1758 by the New Jersey provincial legislature on the Edgepillock or Brotherton tract, now Indian Mills. Under the guidance of the Reverend John Brainerd, a self supporting community was established here. In 1801, the Indians accepted the . . . — — Map (db m42273) HM