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From Historic Roadsides of New Jersey by The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of New Jersey, 1928
Edited by GET NJ, COPYRIGHT 2002


Warren County, the first post-Revolutionary County, was organized in 1824 out of the southern portion of Sussex County, a County with rich farming lands and with abundant stone and iron.

Moravian Settlement founded about 1769, abandoned about 1805. Washington entertained at Hope July 26, 1782, while going from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, to Newburg, New York. The idea of the founders of Hope was a new Bethlehem but it made no impression on the public and was abandoned.

OXFORD Old furnace five miles from Belvidere, established about 1740. First Presbyterian Church founded 1744. Oxford was then known as Upper Greenwich.

Visited by Washington in 1780 after Arnold's treason while on tour of inspection of Army.

Incorporated 1845, though settled many years prior. Sent troops to service in War of 1812.

Monument erected in memory of Peggy Warne and her services May 30, 1915 by Peggy Warne Chapter, D.A.R.

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