Minuteman John Emmons, who lived with his family in a simple log cabin on the fringes of Chester Township, was plowing the upper field when he was called on to grab his musket and fight for his young country's liberty.
FIELD OF HONOR
The Friends of the Jacobus Vanderveer House is hosting their 5th Annual Field of Honor® in tribute to celebrate our nation’s independence and honor those who have served our country and loved ones. The Friends have displayed 200 American flags in the north field of River Road Park along Route 202/206 in Bedminster; the flags in a stunning display will fly through Saturday, July 11. Read more below in The BRJ Online
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As he cantered along a split rail fence, with the sublime confidence of a retired champion showing that he could still strut his stuff, Reggie’s single white pastern flashed against the grassy green backdrop of Apple Hill Farm, in Chester Township New Jersey...
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