Status: Progress Made
The Trullender House is an early brick house, probably from the first quarter of the 18th century. At its core, encased within its walls, stands the remains of a frame house that likely dates from the last quarter of the 17th century. This highly unusual combination promises to yield much information about the earliest houses of Cumberland County, almost none of which have survived.
early brick house from early 18th century; frame house inside prob. From late 17th; may be Green Acres property; in a state of collapse.
No noted changes in status. Research continues.
Philip Correll, NJ Coastal Heritage,
P.O. Box 568
Newport, NJ 08345
Penny Watson, Watson & Henry Assoc.
12 North Pearl St.
Bridgeton, NJ 08302