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This house, which was built in 1763, was the home of Colonel Charles Stewart House. Colonel Charles Stewart served as George Washington's Commissary-General of Issues. 
The Bethlehem Township website provides the following biographical sketch of Colonel Stewart:
"Colonel Charles Stewart was born in Gortlea, County Donegal, Ireland, in 1729. In 1750 he immigrated to the United States where he engaged in agricultural pursuits. Stewart was commissioned a lieutenant colonel of the Hunterdon County Militia on April 10, 1771. He was later commissioned colonel of a battalion of Minutemen on February 15, 1776. Colonel Stewart was appointed commissary general of issues by the Continental Congress on June 18, 1777. He would later serve as a member of the Continental Congress in 1784 and 1785. Colonel Stewart died in Flemington, New Jersey on June 24, 1800. Historical records show he is interned at the Bethlehem Presbyterian Church in Pittstown. 
1.^ Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission sign in front of the house.
2.^History page of the Bethlehem Township website.
They list their source as:
Charles H. Riddle Colonial and Revolutionary Bethlehem Township (Flemington, NJ; Bradford Press 1975)
Revolutionary War New Jersey
An online guide to discovering the role of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War and the nation's founding.
Franklin Township New Jersey Revolutionary War Sites • Franklin Township New Jersey Historic Sites
Coronet Charles Stewart House