Wolfert, New Jersey facts for kids
|Wolfert, New Jersey|
|Elevation||49 ft (15 m)|
|GNIS feature ID||881897|
An early settler was Solomon Lippincott, who purchased 200 acres (81 ha) of land at that location in 1741. In 1756, a local branch of the Society of Friends used Lippincott's home as a place of worship. "Solomons Graveyard" (extant) was established on the property, the earliest burials dating from 1795.
A branch of the West Jersey Railroad was constructed in 1871, and a station was erected in Wolfert.
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