Burlington County New Jersey Revolutionary War Historic Sites
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REVOLUTIONARY WAR SITES IN BURLINGTON COUNTY, NEW JERSEY

Bass River Township

Adams-Leek-Mckeen Cemetery
Bank Rd.


Beverly

Dunk's Ferry Memorial
Leektown Rd. near Hammonton Rd.


Bordentown

Borden's Towne Marker
100 Crosswicks St.
In front of Clara Barton School

British Raid Marker
End of Prince St.

Colonel Joseph Borden Home
32 Farnsworth Ave.

Francis Hopkinson House
101 Farnsworth Ave.

Thomas Paine Statue
Prince St. and Courtland St.

Thomas Paine House
154 Farnsworth Ave.
Now office of Dentist Paul Handman

Patience Lovell Wright House
100 Farnsworth Ave.

Bordentown War Memorial Wall
Farnsworth Ave. and Railroad Ave.


Burlington

Revell House
213 Wood St.

206 High St. Marker
206 High St.

Site of Green Bank
142 Riverbank

Old St. Mary's Church
145 West Broad St.

St. Mary's Church Cemetery
145 West Broad St.

Boudinot-Bradford House
207 Broad St.

Bard-How House
453 High St.

Lawrence House
459 High St.

Friends Burying Ground
340 High St.


Crosswicks

Friends Meeting House
15 Front St.


Medford

Adonijah Peacock Grave Site
Chairville Rd. and Route 70

Taunton Furnace and Forge Site
Breakneck Rd.


Moorestown

Moorestown Friends Meeting House
Main St. and Chester Ave.

Hessian House
Main St.

Smith-Cadbury Mansion
12 High St.


Mount Holly

Battle of Iron Works Hill Site
Pine St.

St. Andrews Cemetery
128 Pine St.

Stephen Girard House
211 Mill St.

Friends Meeting House
81 Main St.

Three Tuns Tavern
67 Mill St.


Mount Laurel

Evesham Friends Meeting House
Moorestown-Mount Laurel Rd. and Hainesport-Mt. Laurel Rd.

General Clinton House
1645 Hainesport-Mount Laurel Rd.


Springfield

Petticoat Road Bridge Skirmish Site
Petticoat Road Bridge

Revolutionary War Hospital
Jacksonville Jobstown Rd.


Wharton State Forest

Batsto Village
Route 542


Willingboro

William Franklin County Home Site
Beverly Rancocas Rd. and JFK Way