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Readington Township

Community Event - Fall Clean-up at John Taylor's Mill

Join Preservation New Jersey & The Friends of Col. John Taylors Grist Mill on Sunday, November 19th at 10:30am for a community fall clean-up event. Efforts of this event will support stabilization work and raise awareness of the site and its need for continued preservation.

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Community Event - Fall Clean-up at John Taylor's Mill
Community Event - Fall Clean-up at John Taylor's Mill

Time & Location

Nov 19, 2023, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Readington Township, Taylors Mill Rd, Readington Township, NJ 08833, USA

About the event

Join Preservation New Jersey & The Friends of Col. John Taylors Grist Mill on Sunday, November 19th at 10:30am for a community fall clean-up event. Efforts of this event will support stabilization work and raise awareness of the site and its need for continued preservation. Taylor's Mill is a stone grist mill built circa 1760 by Colonel John Taylor who owned and ran the mill. Taylor, an Englishman by birth, served in the Revolution as a member of the 4th Hunterdon Militia and eventually achieved the rank of General. The mill is located at the southwest corner of Taylor's Mill Road and Rockaway Road on the Readington/Tewksbury border and is one of the last surviving pre-Revolutionary mills. This mill played an important role in the Revolution as a grain supplier for Washington’s Army, and remains significant for its importance to local history.

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