Elmer, New Jersey Revolutionary War Sites
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REVOLUTIONARY WAR SITES IN ELMER, NEW JERSEY

Elmer NJ Historic Sites
JARMAN HOUSE
Jarman House
Jarman House
154 Beal Rd.
(Private Home)
Map / Directions to the Jarman House
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This house is a private residence.
Please respect the privacy and property of the owners.

This house was built in 1755 by John Jarman. When he died in 1769, this house was inherited by his oldest son John. Other sons of his fought in the Revolutionary War.

A Salem County Historical Society brochure states that, "The name of Dan Jarman, believed to be one of the seven sons of the builder, appears in a list of Captain John Kelly's Company of Salem County. Azariah Jarman is listed on a payroll as a private in Captain Nieukirks Company of foot militia while Daniel Jarman is listed as Corporal on the same list. Azariah Jarman stated that his brother Daniel Jarman was taken prisoner during an engagement at Mullica Hill, one in which Abram Grymes, also of Kelly's company, was killed." [1]

Elmer New Jersey in the Revolutionary War
MAYHEW HOUSE
Mayhew House Elmer NJ Revolutionary War Historic Sites
Elmer NJ Revolutionary War Elmer NJ  in the Revolutionary War
Mayhew House
20 Newkirk Station Rd.
(Private Home)
Map / Directions to Smith's Homestead
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This house is a private residence.
Please respect the privacy and property of the owners.

The oldest section of this house is the middle brick section, which was built in 1762 by Stanford and Esther Mayhew. Their son Eleazer, who eventually inherited the house in 1792, served in the Revolutionary War. [2]

Salem New Jersey - Revolutionary War Sites

Source Notes:

1. ^ Salem County Historical Society brochure for Open House in Fenwick's Colony - Salem County, New Jersey Saturday, May 5, 2012 - Page  20. Available as a PDF here.

2. ^Salem County Historical Society brochure for Open House in Fenwick's Colony - Salem County, New Jersey Saturday, May 5, 2012 - Page 19. Available as a PDF here.

 

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