On this corner stood the home and general store of Samuel Downer Jr. He was one of Westfield's first merchants and postmasters, and a Revolutionary War veteran. In 1980, the citizens of Westfield conducted an archeological dig, recovering many . . . — — Map (db m31108) HM
The Westfield Bicentennial Committee Has Designated Gallows Hill As An Official Bicentennial Landmark James Morgan, an American sentry, was tried in the Presbyterian Church on East Broad Street, Westfield, for killing the popular Patriot . . . — — Map (db m32294) HM
Site of the first permanent frame house of worship, facing the Church Green, known as the Presbyterian Church in Westfield, organized 1728. Erected circa 1740, it was enlarged in 1758 and a bell added. British troops occupied and damaged the . . . — — Map (db m32319) HM
In honor of the men of Westfield buried here who fought in the War of the American Revolution that they and their descendants might enjoy the blessings of a government by the people — — Map (db m32297) HM
Near this site stood the first permanent house of worship in Westfield, organized in 1728, built in 1735, known as the Presbyterian Church in Westfield.
The bell played an active part in the Revolution, being rung to warn the Patriots of the . . . — — Map (db m31117) HM
The Westfield Bicentennial Committee Has Designated The Revolutionary Cemetery As An Official Bicentennial Landmark 5 of Westfield’s early citizens buried here (1730 – 1958) including approximately 70 Revolutionary soldiers, 3 War of 1812 . . . — — Map (db m32315) HM
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In memory of the Revolutionary War Soldiers at rest in this cemetery Died
Baker, Jonathan………..1844 . . . — — Map (db m32338) HM
Settled in 1720 as the West Fields of Elizabethtown. Village grew along Old York Road and later as a stop on the Central Railroad of New Jersey. Major skirmishes in area during the American Revolution.
Township 1794, Town 1903. — — Map (db m89495) HM