Cranbury and The Area Surrounding the Old Church Farm

On the map below Cranbury is located in the lower left-hand portion. Cranbury Station is a few miles to the east. Hightstown and Perrineville are to the south and in neighboring Monmouth County are Tennent, Englishtown and Freehold. Deys and Dyes lived in all of these areas.

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Cranbury, New Jersey is alive and well.

Welcome To Cranbury

Gently rolling hills and farmlands surround Cranbury, New JerseyThe local residents take a great deal of pride in preservation of the town and surrounding area
The Cranbury Historical SocietyCranbury Brook was damed to create Brainerd Lake which lies behind the photographer
House on Lake BrainerdCranbury is one of the "neatest" villages in the country with many of the homes decorated with bunting and flags
The Cranbury InnLocal history says that Captain Peter Perrine's home stood in the parking lot of the Cranbury Inn
Cranbury home and gardenWashington really did sleep here!
Another Cranbury homeThe back of the First Presbyterian Church with Brainerd Cemetary