Post Views: 655 We lost 2019 to Charter Day to storms.We lost 2020 Charter Day to Covid-19. Now we lost 2021 Charter Day to Covid-19 AGAIN!2022 Charter Day is ON! Real Time Weather Update Get ready for a fun filled… Read More »UPDATE: Bernards Township Charter Day – Saturday, May 21, 2022
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Post Views: 5,784 UPDATE: While we wrote this piece years ago, the Bedminster Charter came back in the news on October 21, 2019 when it was announced that the Forbes family was donating the charter back to Bedminster Township. The… Read More »The Lost Charters of Bernards Township & Bedminster
Post Views: 1,942 Give the Gift of Haunted Roots and support local history – Click Here Recorded Friday, October 30, 2020 Join the Mr. Local History Project as we welcome award winning journalist and Walking Dead actor Matt Ryan… Read More »Haunted Roots – The Horror Tale of the Devil Tree in Basking Ridge, New Jersey
Post Views: 8,187 We lost 2019 to Charter Day to storms.We lost 2020 Charter Day to Covid-19. Now we lost 2021 Charter Day to Covid-19 AGAIN! Get ready for a fun filled street fair and festival on Saturday, May 15,… Read More »Bernards Township Charter Day – May 15, 2021 CANCELLED
Post Views: 2,491 Exclusively Sold by the Mr. Local History Project. Order yours online now. Mr Local History is proud to announce the release of the 6th in the collectible series, the 1912 Samuel Owen home now known as the… Read More »1912 Astor Estate in Basking Ridge Selected as 6th Wooden Historic Village Keepsake
Post Views: 6,733 One of the most iconic historic properties in the Somerset Hills is an English Tudor style estate that sits atop a high ridge in the Basking Ridge section of Bernards Township. Built in 1912, this Basking Ridge… Read More »The History of the 1912 Bernards Township Town Hall – The Astor Estate in Basking Ridge
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Post Views: 1,809 Support Local History by getting #JUSTONEITEM. It makes a huge difference! The Mr. Local History Project is a 100% all volunteer effort. We’re also a federally and state recognized 501c3 non-profit organization. Our fundraising has taken a… Read More »Shop for a Cause
Post Views: 3,481 Historic documents often meet their tragic ending with swiftness and tragedy. In 1850 in Bernards Township there was known to have been a massive fire at the home of the township administrator, burning all of the townships… Read More »Recreating the Historic Charter of Bernardston
Post Views: 18,360 It’s actually Liberty Corner – The Devil Tree UPDATE: Join us online Friday, Oct 30, 9pm as the film team of Matt Ryan and Will Cook join Mr. Local History and look at the paranormal activities… Read More »The Mysterious Basking Ridge Devil Tree