Schaeffer House Print
on 07 Apr 2006 by admin author list
This 7" x 10" Schaeffer House print is suitable for framing [read more]
A Penny A View
on 07 Apr 2006 by admin author list
A Penny A View.... an album of postcard views: Stillwater, NJ Sorry, we are out of stock on this item INTRODUCTION On May 13, 1873, the United States government authorized the first prepaid postal card. The cards were sold by the Post Office for a penny each, and they quickly [read more]
Baptisms - Presbyterian Church, Stillwater, NJ
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Baptisms in the Stillwater Presbyterian Church, Stillwater, NJ (was originally the Lutheran Congregation of Hardwick, NJ) (Approximately 1780 - 1825) The following records were taken from the GENEALOGICAL MAGAZINE OF NEW JERSEY, Vol. 42 pp33,64 and 105 WARNING: Please check the original records before using the information given here. This information has been recorded several times on its way to this page and [read more]
Barns of Sussex County, New Jersey
on 07 Apr 2006 by admin author list
BARNS OF SUSSEX COUNTY, NEW JERSEY By: Rudolph J. Spatarella March 27, 2006 Standing barns as we see them today in Sussex County, New Jersey are beautiful but melancholy reminders of a past that is rich in history while much else has succumbed to the ravages of progressive growth. When you come to think about it, little else remains of historical value in [read more]
Memories of a Lifetime
on 07 Apr 2006 by admin author list
Memories of a Lifetime by Mayor Emeritus Charles E. Rydell Sorry, we are out of stock on this item [read more]
The Swartwout Massacre
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From Snell’s Warren County History: Hardwick chapter and the 1844 "Historical Collections of the State of New Jersey" by John W. Barber and Henry Howe. Indian Outrage One of the most audacious acts in the whole series of predatory aggressions by the Indians in this township was the incursion of a party of Indians into Hardwick in 1755, when they captured [read more]
Stillwater Grist Mill brochure
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During the 1970's Willard Klemm and Gus Roof handed out a brochure to visitors subtitled "Fun For the Whole Family" which listed guided tours of the mill, picnic grounds, hay rides, nature walks, fishing, and horses for kids to ride, around the mill property. Front page of brochure Back page of brochure [read more]
The Township of Stillwater
A brief history of the township
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Stillwater Township is located in Sussex County New Jersey, eight miles west of Newton. It encompasses an area of 29 square miles. Three small villages of Stillwater, Middleville and Swartswood together with residents now residing in what was only a few years ago a farming community, complete it's population of 4500. The first settlers of the area were Germans [read more]