Bottle Hill Madison

Author: William Parkhurst Tuttle
Publisher: Wentworth Press
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Bottle Hill And Madison

Author: William Parkhurst Tuttle
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PACK The Flavel Woodruff House 180 The Johnson House 185 Bottle Hill
Between 1801 and 1804 13(5 The Turnpike Road, Now Main Street 142
Lafayette's Visit to Bottle Hill 154 The Story of the Boisaubin Mansion 158 The
Madison Academy 165 The First Sabbath School in Bottle Hili 169 Early Post
Offices 174 The New Church of 1825 176 The Gibbons Mansion 185 Bottle Hill
Changed to Madison 190 A Hero of the Bridge of Lodi 194 The Origin of the
Railroad Through Madison ...

A History Of The Presbyterian Church Madison N J

Author: Samuel L. Tuttle
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There were no houses of worship of any order, in either of the places which have
just been named ; nor in Morristown, Rockaway, Mend- ham, Green Village, or
this place, which, at that time, and for many years subsequently, was called Bottle
Hill.* The only church that existed in all this wide extent of country, was the one
referred to in Whippany. That church, which was a plain wooden structure,
covered on all sides * With respect to the origin of the name, "Bottle Hill," there
are various ...

The Historical Magazine And Notes And Queries Concerning The Antiquities History And Biography Of America

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Jacob Green, •was, in some respects, the most extraordinary man in the County ;
eminent, as a preacher and a physician, and long sighted, as a statesman. In
Morristown, was the mild, gifted, and beloved Doctor Johncs, most assiduous
Pastor, most strenuous patriot, and once dispensing the Communion elements to
George Washington, nt a meeting held in the Grove, because the Church was
needed for a hospital. In Bottle Hill — now Madison — was good Pastor, Azariah
Horton, ...


Author: John T. Cunningham
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738537801
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The village became Madison in 1834, to honor James Madison, fourth president
of the United States (1809-1817). Temperance advocates supposedly were irked
by the designation of "Bottle Hill," which supposedly was the name of a popular
tavern. However, the name was used much earlier. The Madison Society, builder
of Madison Academy, was formed in 1 803 and the leading hotel was called
Madison House in 1819. Major change centered on the arrival of the Morristown

New Jersey Cemeteries And Tombstones

Author: Richard Veit
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 0813545668
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The state Cemetery Board regulates active public burial grounds, but has no
oversight of private, religious, or inactive burial grounds—the vast majority of
cemeteries in the state. However, local ordinances may provide some measure of
protection for historic burial grounds and increasingly friends groups and
historical and genealogical societies are taking an active interest in preserving
these sites. Several of the state's historic burial grounds, such as Madison's Bottle
Hill or Hillside ...

The Metropolitan Catholic Almanac For

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Belleville, , V _ t _ Madison, (formerly Bottle Hill, man ' Jersey City, St. Peter's—
Rev. Mr. Mohan. Newark, St. John's, every Sunday-—Rev. Mr. Moran. New
Brunswick, church not dedicated, Rev. Mr. McArSouih Amboy, lst Sunday of the
month, dle. Patterson, St. John's—Rev. Mr. O'Reil]y. ST. VINCENT OF PAUIJS
seminary, the exercises of which will commence on the 20th inst. is situated on
the main road from ...

A History Of Morris County New Jersey

Author: Henry Cooper Pitney
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BOROUGH OF MADISON Madison was long known as Bottle Hill to the early
settlers, the first old tavern, a rude affair indicating its business by a bottle
suspended from a sign post, and suggesting the name, which clung to it until
1809, when the New Academy was built, that institution taking the name Madison
Academy. But it was not until several years later that the name Bottle Hill was
dropped, and Madison officially substituted. The rude settlement soon became a
village, with stores ...