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Sons of the American Revolution Historical Markers

Markers erected by all chapters of the Sons of the American Revolution.
 
Gen. Bernardo de Galvez Marker (in center under flag pole). image, Touch for more information
By Mark Hilton, August 22, 2018
Gen. Bernardo de Galvez Marker (in center under flag pole).
GEOGRAPHIC SORT WITH USA FIRST
1Alabama (Baldwin County), Stockton — Gen. Bernardo de Galvez1746 - 1786
In Recognition of His Leadership To Secure The Gulf Coast For The American Cause During the American Revolutionary War — Map (db m122604) HM
2California (Alameda County), Oakland — Commemoration of Old Redwood Road from Redwood Canyon
. . . — Map (db m71735) HM
3California (Monterey County), Monterey — American Revolutionary War Historical Site1779-1783
The people of the Second Royal Spanish Presidio supported the American Colonies through their military preparedness and financial contributions following the Royal Spanish Decree of June 21, 1779. Their support directly aided the victory and . . . — Map (db m63505) HM
4California (San Diego County), San Diego — Lt. George H. Derby
. . . — Map (db m84359) HM
5California (Sonoma County), Sonoma — In This Cemetery is Buried Capt. William Smith
Two plaques have been placed at this memorial. In This Cemetery is Buried Capt. William Smith Born in Virginia, November 14, 1768 Died in Sonoma, May 5 1846 Who served in the Virginia Navy during the American Revolution . . . — Map (db m102559) HM WM
6Connecticut (Fairfield County), Monroe — The Rochambeau Route 1781 – 82
The Rochambeau Route 1781 – 82 In the Vicinity French Troops Under Duc De Lauzon Enroute From Newport To Yorktown Encamped During June 29 Through July 1st 1781 Erected by The Sons of the American Revolution Gen. . . . — Map (db m26098) HM
7Connecticut (Fairfield County), Westport — First Engagement
Here occurred the first engagement between the Continentals and the British Troops when they invaded Connecticut, April - 25 - 1777 — Map (db m21360) HM
8Connecticut (Hartford County), Farmington — Lest We Forget
Lest We Forget In honor and grateful remembrance of our French Allies in the Revolution, whose army, under the command of General Count de Rochambeau, marched past this spot enroute from Newport and Providence, R.I., to join General Washington on . . . — Map (db m33769) HM
9Connecticut (New Haven County), East Haven — Marquis de Lafayette Encampment
Marquis de Lafayette 1757   1834 General in the Continental Army Camped Here With 2800 Troops Enroute to Rhode Island July 26 and 27, 1778 dedicated here by CT Society Sons of the American Revolution General David Humphries Branch . . . — Map (db m35581) HM
10Connecticut (New Haven County), Meriden — The Patriots
The Patriots whose names this tablet bears and whose remains rest in this burial ground assisted in establishing American independence by their wervice in the War of the American Revolution Archelaus Allen • Stephen Atwater • James . . . — Map (db m26588) HM
11Connecticut (New Haven County), New Haven — Roger Sherman Homesite
Upon the Site of this Building Stood the Home of Roger Sherman And Near Here in 1793 he Died Jurist-Patriot-Statesman Signer of the Bill of Rights Articles of Confederation Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the . . . — Map (db m34892) HM
12Connecticut (New Haven County), Southbury — Where Rochambeau Crossed the Housatonic River1781   *   1954
Near this point Le Comte de Rochambeau crossed the Housatonic River leading the French Army enroute to victory at Yorktown. — Map (db m6432) HM
13Connecticut (New London County), New London — Nathan Hale Schoolhouse1774 – 1775
Owned and operated by The Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution — Map (db m48184) HM
14District of Columbia (Washington), Barney Circle — Elbridge Gerry
In Honor of Elbridge Gerry The only signer of the Declaration of Independence Interred in the District of Columbia — Map (db m81296) HM
15Florida (Flagler County), Palm Coast — The Liberty Tree
In colonial times, patriots often gathered by designated trees to sow the seeds of revolution and freedom. Such trees came to symbolize American liberty. This live oak tree is dedicated to the People of Palm Coast as a living tribute to our . . . — Map (db m152295) WM
16Florida (Miami-Dade County), Coral Gables — F-455 — Coral Gables Merrick House
In July 1899, Congregational minister Solomon Greasley Merrick (1859-1911) and his wife Althea (1859-1937) purchased sight unseen the surrounding 160 acres for $1,100. Several months later, Merrick and his son George (1886-1942) came from . . . — Map (db m73631) HM
17Georgia (Chatham County), Savannah — Button Gwinnett
This Memorial to Button Gwinnett Born 1735       Died 1777 Georgia Signer of The Declaration of Independence President of Georgia Whose remains, buried in this cemetery, are believed to lie entombed hereunder. Was erected by the . . . — Map (db m5424) HM
18Georgia (Chatham County), Savannah — Samuel Elbert1740 - 1788
Savannah Merchant, organized and commanded Grenadier Company 1772; Member Council of Safety; Fought several battles as Continental Colonel; Captured twice; After release commanded stores at Yorktown; Promoted to Militia Major General, . . . — Map (db m6440) HM
19Georgia (Elbert County), Elberton — Battle of Cherokee Ford11 Feb. 1779
In honor of the brave militia men under Robert Anderson, including Capt. William Baskin, Jr., James Little, John Miller, Joseph Pickens and Lt. Thomas Shanklin, who fought a superior Tory force led by Col. Boyd at the mouth of Van[n]'s Creek and . . . — Map (db m2760) HM
20Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — Pike's Bluff
In circa 1740, James Oglethorpe established a watch house west of here on the bank of the Frederica River. In 1745, Edward Kimber described this site as a place "from whence they can see Vessels a great Way to the Northward" and it served as a . . . — Map (db m73889) HM
21Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — 63-6 — The Georgia Navy
During the American Revolution four heavily-armed row galleys were constructed in Savannah for the Georgia Navy, all underwritten by the Continental Congress. In nearby Frederica River, beginning at dawn on April 19, 1778, Georgia galleys Lee, . . . — Map (db m10088) HM
22Georgia (Muscogee County), Columbus — Dedicated to the American Revolutionary War InfantrymanAmerica's First Soldier
His patriotism, courage and sacrifice won independence from colonial rule for the United States of America American Revolution 1775 ~~ 1783 The 13 Original Colonies Virginia Massachusetts Maryland Connecticut . . . — Map (db m113728) HM
23Georgia (Muscogee County), Columbus — Samuel Cooper1754-1841 — Soldier –- American Revolution —
Born in Maryland, Cooper served in the South Carolina Militia during the American Revolution and participated in battles at Brandywine, Germantown and Stony Point. After the War he moved to Putnam County, Georgia and later to Muscogee County where . . . — Map (db m17811) HM
24Georgia (Stephens County), Toccoa — Colonel William Wofford1728-1823
General Andrew Williamson's Brigade - American Revolution - S.C. Colonial Soldier - Pioneer Ironmaster - Raised full regiment, 1775 - S.C. Provincial Congress 1775-6 - Built forts, S.C., N.C., Ga. - After fall of Charleston, acquired Turkey Cove . . . — Map (db m63460) HM
25Georgia (Sumter County), Americus — Washington Elm Tree
The tree was grown from a branch of the original “Washington Elm” under which George Washington was sworn in as Commander of the Continental Army at Cambridge, Mass. in 1775. Donated to the people of Americus and Sumter County by John H. . . . — Map (db m155680) HM
26Idaho (Madison County), Rexburg — The Teton Dam Flood Marker
The collapse of the Teton River Dam on June 5, 1976 unloosed a savage flood which caused $500,000,000 in damage, took eleven lives, and made thousands homeless in Wilford, Sugar City, Rexburg, Salem, Hibbard, Firth, Blackfoot, and Roberts. But . . . — Map (db m84341) HM
27Idaho (Nez Perce County), Lapwai — Craig Donation Claim
Located Sept. 15, 1846 by William Craig mountain man and his Indian wife Isabel. First permanent white settler in Idaho, 1840, first Nez Perce Indian Agent, 1848; interpreter at Walla Walla Flathead and Blackfoot Councils, 1855 Lieutenant . . . — Map (db m121603) HM
28Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Kennison Boulder Monument
In Memory of David Kennison The Last Survivor of the "Boston Tea Party" who died in Chicago, February 24, 1852, aged 115 yrs, 3 mos, 17 da, and is buried near this spot. This stone is erected by the Sons of the Revolution, the Sons of the . . . — Map (db m10656) HM
29Illinois (Johnson County), Vienna — Revolutionary War Veterans
Early settlers of Johnson County included patriots of the Revolutionary War. With this Historical Marker we commemorate the following veterans. Daniel Chapman - Born July 25, 1756 in Westchester County, New York. Daniel Chapman served the . . . — Map (db m146585) HM WM
30Illinois (Madison County), Glen Carbon — Revolutionary War Patriots
(front:) Buried in Nix/Judy Cemetery on hilltop: Pvt John Nix served with the SC troops under Cpt Davis, Richard Win's Rgt. He served under Cpt Thomas Baker in the battles of Eutaw Springs and Orangeburg. Pvt Henry Thornhill . . . — Map (db m151118) HM WM
31Illinois (Madison County), Wood River — Revolutionary War VeteransHonored Here in Vaughn Cemetery
Pvt. Anthony Alexander Harrison, son of Lovell and Hannah Sanford Harrison, enlisted in Capt. Lucas' CO in Feb 1781. He also served in Capt. Newsome's CO, and the CO commanded by his brother, Capt. Joseph Harrison, Col. Dick's Regt., Gen. . . . — Map (db m154161) HM WM
32Illinois (Peoria County), Princeville — Princeville Revolutionary War Veterans
This marker commemorates two Revolutionary War veterans, Phineas Bronson and John Montgomery, who lived and died in Princeville, Illinois. Phineas Bronson was born in Enfield, Connecticut on Nov. 9, 1764. He served in the 3rd Company of the 2nd . . . — Map (db m150577) WM
33Illinois (Sangamon County), Springfield — Revolutionary War Patriots
(front:) Three Patriots and their wives are interred in blocks 12 and 13 on the hill north of this site. Moses Broadwell (1764-1827). Served in 3rd New Jersey Reg't, Continental Army in 1780. The regiment saw action during the New . . . — Map (db m156871) HM WM
34Indiana (Clark County), Jeffersonville — General LaFayette — Visit to Jeffersonville —
(General LaFayette) was the official guest of the State of Indiana at Jeffersonville on May 12, 1825 at the house of Former Governor Posey on the West corner of Front and Fort Streets. He was welcomed by the Governor of the the State, by a . . . — Map (db m46696) HM
35Indiana (Knox County), Vincennes — The Old Cathedral “French and Indian” Cemetery1750–1846
Contains the graves (mostly unmarked) of some 4,000 inhabitants of early Vincennes, including soldiers and patriots of the American Revolution who helped Colonel George Rogers Clark to capture nearby Fort Sackville in 1779. The cemetery marks the . . . — Map (db m2554) HM
36Indiana (Marion County), Indianapolis — Francis Marion, 1732-1795
Marion County was named for this Revolutionary General and hero, entering military service in 1775, he made an invaluable contribution to the American cause as commander of South Carolina partisans in the later years of the war. His skill and daring . . . — Map (db m132869) HM
37Indiana (Tippecanoe County), West Lafayette — Liberty Tree
This "Liberty Tree" has been planted in honor of those Patriots laid to rest in Tippecanoe County and the State of Indiana whose service and sacrifices helped form this nation during its War for Independence — Map (db m34093) HM
38Indiana (Warren County), Williamsport — Warren County Patriots
This monument is dedicated to those Patriots laid to rest in Warren County Indiana whose Service and Sacrifice helped form our Nation during the American Revolution ( Row One ) Humphrey Beckett ▫ Richard Biddlecomb . . . — Map (db m60173) WM
39Indiana (Whitley County), Columbia City — Colonel Augustin De La BalmeAmerican Revolution
[Front Side of Marker]; With recommendation from Benjamin Franklin, Augustin de La Balme, former French Cavalry officer, came to America to assist in the American Revolution. In November 1780, allegedly under secret orders from . . . — Map (db m52817) HM
40Iowa (Polk County), Des Moines — Iowa Revolutionary War Monument
Front Dedicated to soldiers and patriots of the American Revolution who are buried in IowaDecember 28, 1846 Iowa Our liberties we prize our rights we will maintainReverse George Perkins, N. and S. Carolina, Lee County William . . . — Map (db m48277) HM
41Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Bicentennial Flag MemorialIntroduction
Dedicated to the many veterans who sacrificed for the freedoms we enjoy today. Flags have traditionally been symbols of persons united in some common association or effort. Within the American heritage, there have been many diverse interests and . . . — Map (db m56932) HM WM
42Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Columbus StandardBicentennial Flag Memorial
European interest was first represented in the “New World” by the Viking Banner of Leif Ericson and other intrepid Norse adventurers. This banner, according to tradition, made its way to Iceland, Greenland and presumably North America . . . — Map (db m56936) HM
43Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Commander In Chief's Personal FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
During the 1700’s, the political and economic interests of the colonists began to enlarge and disputes began to develop with Great Britain. After the defeat of the French and their expulsion in 1763, the colonists could focus even more of their . . . — Map (db m56943) HM
44Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Confederate FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
As secession swept the South, various state banners were created to symbolize the "independence" movement. Soon the Confederacy found it necessary, however, to adopt an appropriate "national" flag. The first was the famous Stars and Bars. During . . . — Map (db m107792) HM
45Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Fifty Star FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
With the admission of Alaska in 1959 and Hawaii in 1960, the present fifty-star flag came into being. Like other flags of our nation, the fifty-star flag has seen the varied conditions that can beset a dynamic association of peoples. Under it, the . . . — Map (db m56971) HM
46Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Flag of Fifteen StripesBicentennial Flag Memorial
Like the new nation, the first Stars and Stripes would see fuller development with the passage of time. Under the much-debated Articles of Confederation of 1781, it was agreed that America would create self-governing States in the western domain . . . — Map (db m56959) HM
47Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Forty-Eight Star FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
The obligations and responsibilities of becoming an imperial power as a result of the Spanish-American War quickly multiplied. The international problems that arose in Latin America, in the Philippines, and in China saw the first application of . . . — Map (db m56970) HM
48Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Forty-Five Star FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
The United States emerged from the ordeal of the Civil War with deep gulfs of mistrust and bitterness. Reconstruction was lengthy. Then during the 1870's the natural wealth of the country, the industrious people, further expansion beyond the . . . — Map (db m56967) HM
49Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — French TricolorBicentennial Flag Memorial
With the Revolution won and the signing of the Treaty of Paris in 1783, the United States was extended westward to the Mississippi River. To the west of the Mississippi, the French Tricolor waved over French Louisiana until the purchase of that . . . — Map (db m56947) HM
50Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Grand Union FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
The first national flag is commonly identified as the Grand Union Flag. Although it was never officially approved or recognized, it was this flag that came to symbolize the growing pride in the name America and the strengthening union between the . . . — Map (db m56945) HM
51Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Stars and Stripes (1818)
There was considerable concern that the addition of a new stripe for each new state would create hopeless confusion. Therefore, Congress established the still current law that provided that after July 4, 1818 the flag would show thirteen stripes . . . — Map (db m56960) HM
52Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Thirteen Star Flag (Bennington Flag)Bicentennial Flag Memorial
With the signing of the Declaration of Indepenence, the Grand Union was automatically promoted to the status of a national banner and at the same time rendered obsolete. The British ties were snapped and the crosses of St. Andrew and St. George in . . . — Map (db m56946) HM
53Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Thirty-Four Star Flag (1861)Bicentennial Flag Memorial
Between 1818 and 1861 no less than 13 changes were made in the Stars and Stripes as a result of the westward expansion. With the admission of Kansas in 1861, the [S]tars and [S]tripes became a thirty-four star flag. It was this flag that would be . . . — Map (db m56962) HM
54Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Union FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
In 1603, St. George’s Cross was joined with St. Andrew’s Cross, the Scottish Flag, to form the famous Union Flag or “Union Jack” of Great Britain. It was this flag which flew over the first British colonies in North America at Jamestown . . . — Map (db m56939) HM
55Louisiana (East Baton Rouge Parish), Baton Rouge — In Honor of George WashingtonThe Father Of Our Country
Unanimously elected Commander in Chief of the Continental Army (1775-1783) President of the Constitutional Convention (1787) President of the United States of America (1789-1797) A gift to the people of Louisiana by The Louisiana . . . — Map (db m113864) HM
56Maine (York County), Kittery — Sloop Ranger Memorial
In memory of the Continental sloop of War Ranger launched from this island May 10, 1777 Sailed for France November 1777 John Paul Jones, Captain with dispatches of Burgoyne’s surrender received February 14, 1778 The first salute to the Stars and . . . — Map (db m85419) HM
57Maryland (Anne Arundel County), Annapolis — Mann's TavernSite of the Annapolis Convention — September 11-14, 1786 —
Just north of this building, facing Main Street, stood Mann’s Tavern where twelve delegates from five states met in 1786 to discuss commercial problems of the new nation. Their call for another convention in Philadelphia to render the government . . . — Map (db m130220) HM
58Maryland (Baltimore County), Towson — Nicholas Ruxton Moore1736–1816
He commanded “Baltimore Light Dragoons” during the Revolution, attaining rank of Captain. He took active part in suppression of Whiskey Rebellion in 1794, and that year purchased “Bosley’s Adventure,” a 350 acre farm west of . . . — Map (db m2283) HM
59Maryland (Cecil County), Elkton — The Hermitage
Part of Friendship Tract and home of Robert Alexander, delegate to the Provincial Convention of 1774 and to the Continental Convention of 1776. On August 25, 1777, he was host to Washington here and three days later offered allegiance to British . . . — Map (db m154176) HM
60Maryland (Charles County), Port Tobacco — Mulberry GroveBirthplace of John Hanson — April 14, 1715 —
President of the United States in Congress Assembled 1781-1782 Died Oxon Hill, Maryland November 22, 1783 — Map (db m4076) HM
61Maryland (Charles County), Rison — General Smallwood's Gravesite
General William Smallwood A hero of the American Revolution and a native of Maryland Commissioned Colonel in 1776 Brigadier General in 1777 Major General in 1780 Elected Governor of Maryland in 1785 Died February 14, 1792 Erected . . . — Map (db m128793) HM
62Maryland (Frederick County), Frederick — General LaFayette
Friend of America and Liberty Arrived at the bridge nearby on his way to Frederick December 29, 1824 —————— Created by a delegation of citizens including the gallant Lawrence Everhart who had come to escort him . . . — Map (db m2326) HM
63Maryland (Frederick County), Frederick — John Hanson
April 14, 1715 — November 22, 1783 President of the United States in Congress Assembled as called for by the Articles of Confederation first system of government of the new nation prior to the constitution Served November 5, 1781 . . . — Map (db m89101) HM
64Maryland (Frederick County), Thurmont — Catoctin Iron FurnaceOriginal Catoctin Furnace
The original Catoctin Furnace, located nearby on Little Hunting Creek, was in blast by 1776 and delivered 958 ten inch bombshells weighing over 31 tons to Washington’s Continental Army in 1780. A great number were used in the siege of Yorktown a . . . — Map (db m61259) HM
65Maryland (Prince George's County), Oxon Hill — John HansonHonored Patriot of the American Revolution — Oxon Hill Manor —
[Panel 1:] John Hanson Honored Patriot of the American Revolution [Picture of John Hanson and Seal of the "Sons of the American Revolution"] [Panel 2:] Born 3 April, 1721, Mullberry Grove, Charles Co., . . . — Map (db m46045) HM
66Maryland (Talbot County), Trappe — Robert Morris, Sr.
Below this plaque lies the grave of Robert Morris, Sr., buried 1750. An ironmonger in Liverpool, England before he immigrated to Oxford, Maryland where he became a successful merchant and agent. Mr. Morris accumulated a fortune that he bequeathed . . . — Map (db m3331) HM
67Massachusetts (Bristol County), New Bedford — The Dartmouth
Near this spot in 1767 the first ship built in New Bedford was launched. The Dartmouth Francis Rotch, Owner She was one of the vessels boarded by the Boston Tea Party in 1773 — Map (db m58183) HM
68Massachusetts (Essex County), Danvers — In Commemoration of Arnold's Expedition to Quebec
One of the most strategic and daring exploits of the patriot cause during the revolution. Part of the troops encamped in the Town of Danvers on the night of September 14, 1775 on their way to Newburyport where they embarked for the Kennebeck and . . . — Map (db m48470) HM
69Massachusetts (Hampden County), Springfield — Shays’ Rebellion
This Tablet Marks the Battle Place of Shays' Rebellion January 25, 1787 — Map (db m7791) HM
70Massachusetts (Suffolk County), Boston — James Otis
. . . — Map (db m18721) HM
71Massachusetts (Suffolk County), Boston — Paul Revere
At this site Paul Revere landed on the night of April 18, 1775 to begin his midnight ride Dedicated by The Massachusetts Society Sons of the American Revolution April 1999 — Map (db m17971) HM
72Massachusetts (Suffolk County), Boston — Samuel Adams
. . . — Map (db m18719) HM
73Massachusetts (Suffolk County), Boston — William Dawes Jr.
Patriot, Son of Liberty, and first messenger sent by Warren from Boston to Lexington on the night of April 18-19 1775 to warn Hancock and Adams of the coming of the British troops. Born April 6 1745 Died February 25 1799 Placed by the Massachusetts . . . — Map (db m18712) HM
74Missouri (St. Louis), Downtown — Fort San Carlos
May 28, 1780 June 17, 1946 Near this spot stood Fort San Carlos, erected in 1780. It was attacked May 28, 1780 by the British & Indians & successfully defended by the Spanish garrison under Capt Fernando de Leyba   This victory prevented Great . . . — Map (db m139787) HM
75New Hampshire (Cheshire County), Keene — The Old Fort
This boulder marks the site of the old fort built in 1738 by the early settlers of Upper Ashuelot as a refuge from the Indians — Map (db m59781) HM
76New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Portsmouth — Colonel Tobias Lear
Colonel Tobias Lear was born in this house in 1760. He was George Washington’s Secretary from 1783 to 1799. Washington visited here in 1789. This tablet is placed by the Society of the Sons of the Revolution of the State of New . . . — Map (db m115969) HM
77New Jersey (Atlantic County), Port Republic — Privateers1776 – 1783
In honor of the “Privateers” who sailed and fought for American Independence “1776 – 1783” “Captains”                    “Ships” Samuel Allen John Badcock                  Rainbow John . . . — Map (db m40339) HM
78New Jersey (Bergen County), Hackensack — Brigadier General Enoch Poor
Dedicated to the memory of Brigadier General Enoch Poor by the New Jersey Society of the Sons of the American Revolution: Born at Andover, Mass., June 21, 1736; Died near Hackensack, N.J., Sept. 8, 1780. In command of a New . . . — Map (db m6812) HM
79New Jersey (Bergen County), Ridgewood — Near this House of GodNisi Dominus Frustra
Near this House of God encamped General Washington and his army in 1778 In grateful tribute to the memory of the patriots who sleep in the adjacent church yard and to the men and women of this community who assisted so valiantly in the establishment . . . — Map (db m25022) HM
80New Jersey (Essex County), Caldwell — Rev. James Caldwell1734   -   1781
“There are times when it is righteous to fight as well as to pray” --------------- Rev. James Caldwell, in whose honor this community was named, early espoused the country’s cause in the War for American Independence. . . . — Map (db m32286) HM
81New Jersey (Essex County), Millburn — Washington Rock
Tradition places George Washington here, in the summer of 1780, observing American troops thwart British efforts to reach Morristown and destroy his base of supplies. The first advance was halted at Connecticut Farms, now Union, June 7th. . . . — Map (db m7573) HM
82New Jersey (Essex County), Montclair — Washington’s Temporary Headquarters
This boulder which lay from time immemorial on this site near the turn of the old road marks the location of a house used by General George Washington as temporary headquarters on October 26, 1780 while on march from Totowa now Paterson to . . . — Map (db m7572) HM
83New Jersey (Essex County), Newark — Elisha Boudinot and General Lafayette
On this site stood the residence of Elisha Boudinot one of Newark’s most distinguished citizens, Eminent jurist, Member of Newark’s Committee of Correspondence, Patriot and personal friend of Washington. Here on September 23, 1824 General . . . — Map (db m40711) HM
84New Jersey (Essex County), Newark — House of John Plume
This house, probably the oldest in Newark, was built by John Plume about 1726, of native sandstone from the neighboring quarries. It witnessed many stirring events of the Revolution and by it passed Washington’s army on its retreat from Long Island. . . . — Map (db m40710) HM
85New Jersey (Essex County), Newark — Washington Passed Beneath this Tower
“There went with him a band of men whose hearts God had touched.” 1. Samuel 10:26. ---------- This tablet placed here by The New Jersey Society of the Sons of the American Revolution on its twenty-fifth anniversary commemorating . . . — Map (db m12979) HM
86New Jersey (Essex County), Nutley — Vreeland House
This building constructed about 1702, present home of Woman’s Club, was occupied during the Revolution by British sympathizers; confiscated for that reason, it was acquired by Captain Speer, Patriot soldier. — Map (db m33526) HM
87New Jersey (Mercer County), Hamilton Township — 3 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4251) HM
88New Jersey (Mercer County), Hamilton Township — 4 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4252) HM
89New Jersey (Mercer County), Hamilton Township — 5 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 (Adjacent Marker, below original on obelisk): In Memory of all the deceased members of Hamilton Township Post 3525 Veterans of Foreign Wars — Map (db m4253) HM
90New Jersey (Mercer County), Hamilton Township — 6 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4256) HM
91New Jersey (Mercer County), Hamilton Township — 7 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4258) HM
92New Jersey (Mercer County), Hamilton Township — 8 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4260) HM
93New Jersey (Mercer County), Hopewell — John HartSigner of The Declaration Of Independence
Farmstead site of the signer, who lived here 1742-1779. Without formal education, consulted by many, respected by all, "Honest John Hart" gave his property and his life for the cause of liberty. Farmer, miller, judge, speaker of the first New . . . — Map (db m31798) HM
94New Jersey (Mercer County), Lawrence Township — 9 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4262) HM
95New Jersey (Mercer County), Princeton — Nassau Hall
This building, erected in 1756 by the College of New Jersey and named Nassau Hall in honor of King William III, was seized by British forces for military purposes in 1776, and retaken by the American Army January 3, 1777. Here met from June 30, . . . — Map (db m44832) HM
96New Jersey (Mercer County), Princeton — Richard Stockton
A signer of the Declaration of Independence is buried in these grounds 1730 – 1781 --------------- Erected by The New Jersey Society of the Sons of the American Revolution 1913 — Map (db m44844) HM
97New Jersey (Mercer County), Princeton — 10 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4263) HM
98New Jersey (Mercer County), Princeton — 11 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4264) HM
99New Jersey (Mercer County), Princeton — Washington’s Spring
General George Washington and his soldiers paused to drink water from a nearby spring after the Battle of Princeton on January 3rd 1777. — Map (db m64120) HM
100New Jersey (Mercer County), Princeton Township — 12 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4265) HM

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