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Dennisville


In 1846 Dennisville was a postal village containing 5 stores, an academy with lyceum, and about 70 dwellings. Ship building and lumbering were carried on here. The Methodist Church here was the first erected in the county. [1]

  1. John W. Barber and Henry Howe, Historical Collections of the State of New Jersey, S. Tuttle, Publisher, New York, 1846.

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Street Names: Academy Road, Church Road, Delsea Drive North, Fidler Road, Gatzmer Avenue, Hall Avenue, Main Street, Petersburg Road, Route 47

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