Bottle Hill Madison

Author: William Parkhurst Tuttle
Publisher: Wentworth Press
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Author: John T. Cunningham
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The Borough of Madison, New Jersey, known as Bottle Hill until 1834, was first settled in the middle of the eighteenth century.

A History Of The Presbyterian Church Madison N J

Author: Samuel L. Tuttle
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That church, which was a plain wooden structure, covered on all sides * With
respect to the origin of the name, "Bottle Hill," there are various traditions. One is,
that it was first called " Battle Hill," from some great battle that was fought near the

The Spirit Of 76

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But I was strong enough to get out and up the hill to see the hull proceedin's.
Major Andre was a mighty brave man— jest as ... THE OLD MILLER HOUSE AT
BOTTLE HILL, NOW MADISON, N. J. . MONG the relics of the Revolution still ex' ...

A History Of Morris County New Jersey

Author: Henry Cooper Pitney
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BOROUGH OF MADISON Madison was long known as Bottle Hill to the early
settlers, the first old tavern, a rude affair indicating its business by a bottle
suspended from a sign post, and suggesting the name, which clung to it until
1809, when ...

Historical Magazine

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Samuel L. Tuttle, at one time, the Pastor of the Presbyterian church, in Madison,
formerly Bottle Hill, and, with his consent, I quote his manuscript : “The valley to
which reference has been “made "—says Mr. Tattle in his Bottle Hill, during the ...

Sayre Family

Author: Theodore Melvin Banta
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691 ARCHIBALD" SAYRE, born at Bottle Hill (now Madison), N. J., April 28, 1776;
married February 3, 1802, Martha" Sayre (647), daughter of Jonathan5 Sayre, of
Orange County, N. Y., who was born July 11, 1781, and died March 16, 1855.