This house was built in 1765. From 1792 to 1798, it was the home of the Reverend Andrew Hunter, a Greenwich Tea Burner and an army chaplain in the Revolutionary War.  It was also later home to James Lawrence of “Don’t Give Up The Ship! ” fame from the War of 1812.

The Hunter-Lawrence-Jessup House is now used as a museum by the Gloucester Historical Society. The museum has exhibits relating to the history of Gloucester County and Southern New Jersey, including the Revolutionary War era.


58 N. Broad Street, Woodbury, NJ 08096