The Revolutionary War created massive devastation in the colonies. Nowhere was this more evident than in New Jersey. Robert Field, a local business man and patriot, headed the Committee of Correspondence in an attempt to gain representation in British Parliament. In 1775 Robert drowned in the Delaware River under mysterious circumstances, leaving his young wife Mary to defend their home against British and then Hessian invasion.
Over the next two hundred and thirty-seven years the Field family home housed entrepreneurs and a U.S Senator, as well as rum runners. It was thrice abandoned and once used as a bordello. For nearly seventy years it served the public as an upscale restaurant know as Glenk’s White Hill Mansion Restaurant Bar and Grill, The Mansion and finally the White Hill Mansion Restaurant.
Tours are giving between 1-3pm on the last Sunday of the month. And ghost hunt booking are available.
You may see a black shadow lurking around the basement. Or maybe here Mr Glenk talking in the attic. Voices of visitors are sometimes heard coming from nowhere.
(Submitted by Dawn Reichard)
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- 217 Burlington St
Fieldsboro, NJ 08505
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- 40.136, -74.7339
- Burlington County, New Jersey
- Nearest Towns:
- Fieldsboro, NJ (0.3 mi.)
Bordentown, NJ (1.4 mi.)
Roebling, NJ (3.1 mi.)
Groveville, NJ (4.0 mi.)
White Horse, NJ (4.1 mi.)
Tullytown, PA (4.3 mi.)
Yardville, NJ (4.8 mi.)
Levittown, PA (5.2 mi.)
Trenton, NJ (5.6 mi.)
Morrisville, PA (5.9 mi.)
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