4 edition of A history of Evesham Township found in the catalog.
A history of Evesham Township
Maurice W. Horner
|Statement||by Maurice W. Horner.|
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|Number of Pages||96|
Keepers of the history of Evesham Township, New Jersey. Marlton in the Early 's. 2 West Main & 2 North Maple c. Wm. Hammitt. 15 West Main b. by Arthur Haines. 25 & 27 East Main Street. 74 & 76 East Main Street – Charles Kain Houses. 76 E Main Street – Charles Kain c. Shamong Township, incorporated in , was originally a part of Evesham Township. It is one of many communities that make up the Pinelands National Reserve. Shamong is a Native American word meaning "place of the horn" or "place of many deer."Brand: ArcadiaPublishing.
Tonight, Evesham Township Council used its first available council meeting since the governor's April 28 order to unanimously pass a resolution officially extending the grace period for payment of Evesham Township's 2nd quarter property taxes until June 1, This is the latest date allowed by the governor. In the mid 's with Evesham's population nearly doubling, the Township began to plan a full-time paid force. In January, the Township Committee created the Advisory Committee for Law Enforcement, which was a five-member body who studied state and local laws governing police departments and were responsible for drawing up the ordinance.
The Evesham Historical Society is a non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to understanding, preserving, and sharing history of Evesham Township in an effort to promote a better appreciation of our American heritage. In , the Historical Society took ownership of the John Inskeep/Higginbotham property, consisting of an early. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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Established inEvesham Township was settled by members of the Society of Friends, also known as Quakers, who found it to be a place where they could worship freely.
Many homes of the original settlers as well as Quaker meetinghouses still stand today. Evesham is considered one of the crossroads of the Revolutionary War/5(6). Established inEvesham Township was settled by members of the Society of Friends, also known as Quakers, who found it to be a place where they could worship freely.
Many homes of the original settlers as well as Quaker meetinghouses still stand today. Evesham is considered one of the crossroads of the Revolutionary : Evesham officially established incovering present day Mount Laurel, Medford and part of Hainsport, Lumberton and Shamong.
The first settlement in Evesham was made by William and Elizabeth Evans between and Evesham was wilderness at this time and Indians were the Evans' neighbors. Traditions of old Evesham Township a paper read before the Burlington County historical society, April 25th, by William R.
Lippincott. Published by Reprinted from the Moorestown Republican in [Moorestown, N.J.]. Written in EnglishPages: Join us in helping to preserve the past, present, and future history of Evesham Township. Volunteers. Volunteers are needed to assist with activities and maintenance of the house and gardens.
Help is always needed. Donations. Tax-deductible donations for the Evesham Historical Society are greatly appreciated. Welsh and English Quakers in search of farmland settled Evesham Township in the mid-seventeen century.
They sailed to Philadelphia beginning inand moved across the Delaware River in search of farmland and religious freedom. Evesham, New Jersey was named for Evesham, England, a Borough in England, near Stratford on River Avon. The Authority was first established as the Evesham Sewerage Authority on April 7, and reorganized on March 3, as The Evesham Municipal Utilities Authority, by ordinance of the governing body of the Township of Evesham.
Maurice W Horner is the author of A history of Evesham Township, ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ). Medieval Evesham, and the Earl of Evesham, inspired a novel Winning His Spurs by historical fiction author G.
Henty. A more recent novel by M.C. Beaton entitled Agatha Raisin and the Wizard of Evesham, takes place largely in Evesham, and two of the District: Wychavon. The remaining brothers came to America in One settled in Virginia, one in Pennsylvania and the third, Henry Ballinger, progenitor of the family in Burlington County, settled in Evesham Township not far from the village of Evesboro.
Henry Ballinger married Mary Harding on Ninth month 4th, Evesham Township, Marlton, NJ. 8K likes. The Official Facebook Page for Evesham Township, located in Burlington County, NJ. Please note this page is not monitored 24/ers: K.
Jos. and Mary Wills House (Dr. Wills property), below Marlton, Evesham Twp., - NJA Brick house owned by Daniel Lippincott inMarlton vicinity, Evesham Twp., date unknown - NJA Jacob Hewlings House, Green Tree-Vincentown-Hainesport Road, Evesham Twp., - NJA Isaac Evans House (on site of house of Thomas Evans), Evesham Twp., (owned by Dr.
Haines, ). Keepers of the history of Evesham Township, New Jersey. To see the modern view of each photo, click on the photo shown here. 1 East Main Street Brick Store. 25 East Main Street. 26 South Maple. 43 East Main Street.
52 East Main Street. 65 East Main Street. 69 East Main Street. 74 East Main Street. All Evesham Township residents interested in appointment to these boards should complete a Citizens Leadership Form, available under forms by Clicking Here, and forward same to Mary Lou Bergh, Township Clerk, Township of Evesham, Tuckerton Road, Marlton, New Jersey no later than Friday, All inquiries can be forwarded directly to the Clerk’s Office at - Buy Traditions of Old Evesham Township; A Paper Read Before the Burlington County Historical Society book online at best prices in india on Read Traditions of Old Evesham Township; A Paper Read Before the Burlington County Historical Society book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Lippincott William R.
Evesham Town Talk. likes. The Evesham Town Talk Page is committed to keeping residents updated on the happenings of our wonderful town.
Join our FB group to 4/5(1). Evesham Township employees will return to work on a staggered work schedule starting Monday, May 4. All municipal phone numbers will return to their regular connections.
Please note: Township facilities remain closed to the public. Evesham Township operates within the Faulkner Act, formally known as the Optional Municipal Charter Law, under the Council-Manager plan 11 form of municipal government, as implemented as of July 1,based on the recommendations of a Charter Study code: The Tax Collector is responsibe for billing, reporting and enforcing the collection of real estate taxes.
Tax bills are mailed once a year for the third (due August 1) and fourth quarter (due November 1) of the current year and the first (February 1) and second quarter (due May 1) of the next year.I’ve been a evesham resident for 13 years and often wonder about the old farm houses and Victorian homes I pass as well as the people behind the common street names.
This book is full of photos from the late s and early s and stories of the history of the town/5.