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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Woodstown, New Jersey
Location of Woodstown, New Jersey
► Salem County (114) ► Cumberland County (84) ► Gloucester County (54) ► Kent County, Delaware (210) ► New Castle County, Delaware (428)
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E. W. Humphreys, 1863-1942
Edward W. Humphreys left a precious legacy of several hundred photographs that he had taken from 1865 to about 1930.
President Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson campaigned for Governor of New Jersey in the . . . — — Map (db m153663) HM|
This tablet dedicated December 6, 1941, to commemorate the erection of this bridge and the following county bridges which were destroyed by the flood of September 1st and 2nd, 1940:
Dubois Bridge No. 493 near Harrisonville,
Deep . . . — — Map (db m153945) HM
|This fire ring is similar to the original one which stood on this site in the early 1800's to call the firemen to duty in case of fire in this section of town, then known as Milltown. — — Map (db m153946) HM|
|This fire ring marks the original center of the town and the site of the first known fire house. Built by the firemen in the early 1800's to house their hand pumper "Old Discipline." The original fire ring hung at the corner of Auburn St. & N. Main . . . — — Map (db m153952) HM|
They gave their lives in Vietnam
Russell G. Garrison
Pfc. Marvin L. Watson
Larry G. Bell
Francis S. Rhoades
Robert Moore, Jr.
Jony H. Hughes
— — Map (db m153664) WM|
Dedicated to those who served in the Armed Forces during Korea and Vietnam Conflicts honoring those who gave their all
Russell G. Garrison •
Marvin L. Watson
— — Map (db m153931) WM|
|In the late 1800's this school bell is understood to have hung in a small bell tower on top of our public school. At that time, the school was located on South Main Street next to the Baptist Church. — — Map (db m153657) HM|
U.S. President Warren Harding 1922
U.S. President Warren G. Harding was traveling by car from Penns Grove to Atlantic City on May 12, 1922 when he stopped briefly in Woodstown and addressed a local crowd at the Woodstown Public School. New . . . — — Map (db m157199) HM|
Spc. Richard C. Emmons III
Afghanistan May 31, 2011 — — Map (db m153930) WM|
| The Old Red House AKA Samuel Shivers House
The Samuel Shivers House is one of the finest examples of Southern New Jersey 18th century timber frame architecture. It is a survivor, escaping the ravages of time, rot, fire, vermin and change of . . . — — Map (db m153950) HM|
|A tavern on Kings Highway
started 1751. This building
now a residence, 1762.
The small front window
provided curb service. — — Map (db m127645) HM|
In memory of our boys
who made the Supreme
Sacrifice in World Wars I & II
1917 - 1918
Charles F. Pancoast Jr.
1941 - 1945
Howard Boultinghouse • Kenneth H. Clark • . . . — — Map (db m153929) WM|