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150th Anniversary of the skirmish at Quinton"s Bridge and the massacre at Hancock"s bridge
1928 in Quinton, N.J .
Written in English
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th anniversary of the skirmish at Quinton's Bridge and the massacre at Hancock's Bridge [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, In what became known as the Massacre at Hancock’s Bridge, at least 20 members of the Salem militia lost their lives, some after attempting to surrender.
The Battle of Quinton's Bridge was a minor battle of the American Revolutionary War fought on Maduring the British occupation of Jersey militia companies defending a bridge across Alloway Creek in Salem County, New Jersey, were lured into a trap by British Lieutenant Colonel Charles Mawhood and suffered significant on: present-day Quinton Township, New Jersey.
Bayonet Massacre House. Hancocks Bridge, New Jersey. The home of Judge William Hancock became a House of Horrors on Ma It had been sheltering members of the Patriot militia, ordered to guard a nearby bridge.
Then, after dark, British soldiers and local Loyalists burst in and bayonetted everyone in on: 3 Front St., Hancocks Bridge, NJ. This is the anniversary of a bloody massacre that took place at Hancock's Bridge in New Jersey on Ma R.G. Johnson first published an account of the siege in his book An Historical Account of the First Settlement of Salem in West Jersey in In Johnson's book.
Battle Summary. The Battle of Quinton's Bridge was a minor battle fought during the British occupation of Philadelphia. New Jersey militia companies defending a bridge across Alloway Creek in Salem County, New Jersey were lured into a trap by British Lieutenant Colonel Charles Mawhood and suffered significant casualties.
On Ma a battle occurred about three miles from Salem at Quinton's Bridge when a force of 1, British regulars and Hessians and Tories ambushed Salem militia at the span over Alloway Creek.
The militia lost as many as 40 men as they fled, many drowning in the frigid water of the creek. The British force was led by Colonel Charles Mawhood, who is remembered as. Quinton's Bridge at Alloways Creek Rte. 49 at Quinton-Alloway Rd.
Map / Directions to Quinton's Bridge Map / Directions to all Quinton Revolutionary War Sites. In Marcha group of about British troops under the command of Charles Mawhood occupied the town of Salem. "quinton's bridge On MaColonial militia formed a line of defense on the south bank of Alloway Creek.
The British, having occupied Salem, attacked the next day and by a ruse drew the Colonials across the creek into an ambush seven Colonials dies in the retreat.
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Price New from Used from Unknown Binding, "Please retry" — Author: W. Carroll Headspeth. The Battle of Quinton’s Bridge was an American victory because the British finally retreated, but at a heavy cost of dead, plus another 30 at Hancock’s home 3 days later. Humiliated by being beaten by a bunch of farmers and unable to cross.
Before we get into our trip, let's talk about the massacre. Just a few days earlier, the Americans had taken the surrounding area after the battle of Quinton Bridge, about 90 Continentals were quartered at the Hancock House.
The home's owner, William Hancock, was a judge and a Tory, and he'd left the area once the American forces achieved. History of Bridge - The origin of playing cards was in China, where paper was invented, dates back to around the year Originally, cards were used for fortune telling and gambling.
Cards were introduced into Italy and Spain aroundprobably coming from Egypt. No sooner had the routed Americans crossed back over the bridge than reinforcements appeared on the other side of the creek. The Americans dismantled the bridge to stop the British progress.
The Battle of Quinton’s Bridge was lost, but the Alloway Creek line remained whole. The Massacre at Hancock’s Bridge. Skirmish at West Liberty, October 23rd, —Colonel L.
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Battle of Ivy Mountain, November 8th, —Led by Captain May, three. He contributed to the development of the area by building a bridge across Alloways Creek in Now known as “Hancocks Bridge,” it permitted passage on an important highway between Salem and Greenwich and gave the settlement its name.
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Everett passed through Eastern Kentuckyin order to attack the Union supply depot at Maysville, where, on. The Battle of Quinton's Bridge was a minor battle of the American Revolutionary War fought on Maduring the British occupation of Jersey militia companies defending a bridge across Alloway Creek in Salem County, New Jersey, were lured into a trap by British Lieutenant Colonel Charles Mawhood and suffered significant casualties.
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