Hillsdale, New Jersey Revolutionary War Sites
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REVOLUTIONARY WAR SITES IN HILLSDALE, NEW JERSEY

Hillsdale New during the Revolutionary War
GARRET DURIE HOUSE
Garret Durie House
Hillsdale, New Jersey

Garret Durie House
156 Ell Rd. (Private Home)
Map / Directions to the Garret Durie House
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This house is a private residence.
Please respect the privacy and property of the owners.

This beautiful house was built in 1767 by Garret Durie, a blacksmith, and Bergen County  Freeholder, Justice and Judge. The house was plundered by American and British armies during the Revolutionary War. The house was later enlarged. [1]

Hillsdale, New Jersey
Hillsdale New Jersey - Revolutionary War Sites
WESTERVELT-DEMAREST HOUSE
Westervelt-Demarest House
Hillsdale, New Jersey
Westervelt-Demarest House
Hillsdale Ave. near Saddle Ranch Ln. (Private Home)
Map / Directions to Westervelt-Demarest House
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This house is a private residence.
Please respect the privacy and property of the owners.

This house, which was originally built in 1756 and later enlarged, stood on the farm of Peter Westervelt and his wife Catlyntje Haring, which was raided during the Revolutionary War. [2]

Sources:

1. ^ Bergen County Historic Society sign

2. ^Bergen County Historic Society sign