1. ^ Joseph S. Sickler, The History of Salem County New Jersey (Salem NJ: Sunbeam Publishing Company, 1937) Pages 139-140
2. ^ Job Whitall, Transcribed by Florence DeHuff Friel, The Diary of Job Whitall, Gloucester County, 1775-1779 (Woodbury, NJ: Gloucester County Historical Society, 1992) Page 29
▸ Note that Job Whitall had more direct contact with the war the following year. The Battle of Red Bank was fought on the Whitall family's property on October 22, 1777, where his parent's house was used afterwards as a hospital.
Also, the Quaker Meeting House in Woodbury, which Job Whitall attended, was occupied by both American militia and British troops during
3. ^ Thomas A. Bergbauer, "Legend of Penns Grove Tavern is Surrounded by Mystery" Courier-Post, January 19, 2007.
Available to be read at the Courier-Post website here.