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Little York Presbyterian chapel
Little York, Holland Township, Hunterdon County


Organized 1844; built 1802/1844

This building was an “outpost” of the Presbyterian Church at Mount Pleasant for the convenience of the northwestern part of the congregation. According to Snell, “the frame of the [1802 Mount Pleasant] building was removed to Little York in 1844, reinclosed, and fitted up for a house of worship.” It was turned into a residence in ____.

 

 


 

 

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