Randolph Friends Meeting House
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of the pioneering Quakers who settled northwest New Jersey in the early 18th century, purchased the land for a burying ground and built the Meeting House.
program that stablized the 260
year-old Meeting House and is preparing the site as a heritage tourism destination for generations to come.
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for original documents and research materials.
for the location of markers and genealogical information.
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that owns and maintains the site.
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The 1758 Randolph Friends Meeting House is on the National and New Jersey Registers of Historic Places and a Randolph Township Municipal Landmark.
Location: 190 Quaker Church Road, Randolph NJ 07869
Phone: leave message at 973-361-9427
Randolph Friends Meeting House & Cemetery Association
c/o Nicholas Steneck, President
127 Grandview Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
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©FMHCA Last updated January 2020