1. ^ "Crosswicks Quaker Meeting / Religious Society of Friends" plaque in front of the meeting house.
2. ^ • William S. Stryker, The Battles of Trenton and Princeton (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin and Company, 1898) pages 253-254. Available to be read at the Internet Archive here
• Benjamin Rush, Benjamin Rush, A Memorial Containing Travels Through Life or Sundry Incidents in the Life of Dr. Benjamin Rush ("Published privately for the benefits of his Descendants," Philadelphia: Louis Alexander Biddle, 1905) Pages 94-96.
Available to be read at the Internet Archive here
3. ^ Joseph S. Middleton, "Friends and Their Meeting-Houses at Crosswicks NJ," in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography Vol. XXVII (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1903) page 340 - 345
Available to be read at Google Books here
▸ This article, written in 1903, states that there were "shot three cannon-balls into the meeting-house, two through the roof, and one into the brick wall, the imprint of which is yet visible. This last mentioned ball is now in the possession of Margaret B. Ellis; it measures three inches in diameter and weighs three and one-half pounds."
So the cannon-ball must have been mortared into the wall where the imprint was at some time after 1903.
• This skirmish occurred during the march of British and Hessian forces across New Jersey in June 1778, after they abandoned Philadelphia, and before the Battle of Monmouth. Other locations associated with this march can be found in Camden, Haddonfield, Mount Laurel, Moorestown and Mount Holly.
4. ^ "Crosswicks Quaker Meeting / Religious Society of Friends" plaque in front of the meeting house.