Bartlett-Rockhill-Bartlett House facts for kids
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Tuckerton, New Jersey
|NRHP reference No.||11001041|
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|Added to NRHP||January 20, 2012|
The house was constructed circa 1855 for Edmund Bartlett and was later owned by the sea captain, Capt. Zebedee W. Rockhill. It was purchased by Bartlett's nephew, J. Henry Bartlett's, in 1910, who lived there until 1945. The house combines of late Federal and early Victorian styles, with additions and alterations made to the house up until the 1930s. Now owned by the museum, the house is used for temporary storage, occasional events Victorian-era interpretation.
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