Friends of the Kennedy-Martin-Stelle-Farmstead receive Financial Award

 

kms_award_2008From left: Somerset County Freeholder Peter Palmer, Kennedy Farmstead VP Ann Osterdale Rosenblum, Bernards Township Committeeman, Scott Spitzer, liaison to the Kennedy Farmstead Board.

 

The main block of the Dutch framed house was constructed prior to the American Revolution. The farmstead also includes a late 18th

century English barn, Dutch framed wagon house, cowshed and ice house. Rev. Samuel Kennedy was a renowned local minister and educator while Col. Ephraim Martin was a Revolutionary War soldier and New Jersey legislator who was instrumental in securing passage of the Bill of Rights by the legislature.

Applicant: Friends of the Kennedy-Martin-Stelle-Farmstead

Project: Windows, exterior doors, North East corner post, interior walls and ceilings

Received:
 
$124,768

 

 

 

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