December 6, 2016

Peter Fisher was born in Fishkill, New York on October 28, 1818. There, in the Hudson Valley, he earned success in the business of shipping aggregates. In 1850 he entered into a partnership with James Randolph Sayre of Newark, who provided the capital (while Fisher pro...

December 6, 2016

Sayreville’s Presbyterian church has changed names and locations several times in the roughly 155 years since its inception.  Known today as First Presbyterian Church and located at 172 Main Street, the congregation occupies a building of 1970s construction. The first...

December 6, 2016

The Sayreville Historical Society has many visitors on Sunday afternoons at our museum.  Some are merely in the area and see the sign that we're open and pop in to see what we have in our collection.  I would say the majority are pleasantly surprised and leave wishing...

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    Sayreville Historical Society


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