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Clinton Protestant Episcopal Church
Clinton, Hunterdon County

 

Most residents would be surprised to know there was an Episcopal church in town, since this building has not served that purpose for a hundred years. It was built in 1836, the year the church was organized, but the congregation never flourished and the building was sold and used as a school for many years. It appears on old maps as the Academy, but that, too, went under, and it is now a multifamily residence.

 

 

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