1. ^ June Kennedy, THE ENGLISH FAMILY FARM
Liberty Corner, Bernards Township narration
given May 17,2004 at the Somerset County Cultural and Heritage Commission Awards. The text of the speech can be read in a PDF posted on the English Farm website here.
2. ^ Robert A. Selig, Ph. D The Washington - Rochambeau Revolutionary Route in the State of New Jersey, 1781 - 1783 An Historical and Architectural Survey Volume I (Project Funding Provided by
New Jersey Historic Trust Department of Community Affairs /
State of New Jersey.
Carl E. Nittinger -
2006) p. xxvii. Available as a PDF here.
The survey states that the verification for this being the location of the encampment site is a "Campsite map from the journal of unidentified officer of the
Soissonnais Regiment" which is owned by the Huntington Library, San Marino, CA, and that the campsite map was reprinted the book The American Campaigns of Rochambeau's Army, 1780-1783: Volume II: Maps and Views by Howard C. Rice and Anne S.K. Brown.
Dr. Selig's survey has much detailed information about Rochambeau's route across New Jersey, and is recommended to those who would like to further study the march.
• The marble monument was erected by the Basking Ridge and Beacon Fire Chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 2006