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One of the fastest growing suburban areas in central Middlesex County
is East Brunswick Township. Located inland south of the Raritan
River, it runs parallel to the South River on its easterly and southern
side and is bordered by the Farrington Lake on its westerly side.
The area was settled in the 17th century by people of Scotch, English,
Dutch and German origin. For various reasons, whether economic,
religious or for adventure, they all sought to establish a new way
The first settlers made their land deals directly
with the Indians. However, when the English Lords Carteret and Berkeley
in 1664 divided New Jersey into East and West Jersey, many of those
early plantations had to be repurchased. Some of the earliest landowners
in the area were Thomas Lawrence, Cornelius Longfield, David Mudie
and John and Asher Bissett. Thomas Lawrence bought several thousand
acres from the Indians as did his stepson, Cornelius Longfield.
Since the most suitable form of transportation was by way of water,
the original pioneers established themselves adjacent to the river
routes. The earliest settlement in the northern area of East Brunswick
was the vast plantation and home of Thomas Lawrence along the stream
which now bears his name. Cornelius Longfield, his heir, finally
dissolved these huge land holdings by selling them to smaller but
equally enterprising landholders.
Farther south in the
township of East Brunswick is the Historic District of Old Bridge.
It is bordered on two sides, east and south, by the South River,
by the Chestnut Hill Cemetery on the north and by Route 18 and Old
Bridge Turnpike on the west. Due to its favorable geographical position
located on the navigable part of the South River, the area attracted
settlers as early as 1685. Old Bridge derives its name from the
fact that the first bridge spanning the South River was built there,
and as other bridges were built across the river the first one became
known as "the Old Bridge." Prior to that, it was known
as South River Bridge. Although the village had never been chartered
or incorporated, it nonetheless grew, since it served the people
and their needs. Through its long history the village had numerous
names but none were as meaningful or as permanent as Old Bridge.
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