Medford - Statton/Braddock House
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N 39° 53.811 W 074° 49.423
18S E 515070 N 4416323
Most of the land of what is now Medford Village was owned by two families in l775– the Braddocks and the Branins. This brick residence was built of Flemish Bond brick that year for John Braddock, a tanner, by Isaac Stratton. It was probably built in two sections. The house has a varied pattern, as every other brick has a salt glazed end– of dark green color, very shiny and having the hardness of flint. In l795, Robert Braddock purchased the property.
Waymark Code: WMHAF
Location: New Jersey, United States
Date Posted: 07/14/2006
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member fishingdude720
Views: 44

Marker Name: The Stratton/Braddock House

Marker Type: Local? Unofficial

Marker text:
Isaac Stratton, son of Mark Stratton, in c1860 built this Flemish Bond Brick home. It was probably built in two sections. In 1795 Robert Braddock purchased this property.

Dedication Date: 09/14/1997

City: Medford

County: Burlington

Group responsible for placement: unknown

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