Englishtown

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  • The next season he made it to his first final in Englishtown.
  • At an early age, his family moved to a farm in Englishtown, New Jersey.
  • His victory at Englishtown, on Father's Day was his fifth consecutive victory on the day.
  • He continued his early success by winning the Summernationals in Englishtown, New Jersey, less than three months later.
  • Being kicked out of Englishtown raceway numerous times, was the king of controversy.
  • We marched out of Englishtown into the dreary country beyond. Cited from The Tory Maid, by Herbert Baird Stimpson
  • He served his community on the Englishtown Borough Council for seven years until 1954, when he was elected mayor.
  • Englishtown is governed under the Borough form of New Jersey municipal government.
  • Pedregon won his first race as an owner driver at Englishtown in 2000.
  • The site is a ground water discharge area for the Englishtown Aquifer.
  • By dark we were at Englishtown, hungry and thoroughly worn out, and there were halted, sleeping upon our arms. Cited from My Lady of Doubt, by Randall Parrish
  • In April, he was in command of the points when he suffered a major accident at Englishtown that sidelined him for the remainder of the season.
  • Today both the Englishtown and Irishtown areas remain neglected and dilapidated in appearance.
  • The school serves students from all of Englishtown and portions of Manalapan.
  • There are specific helmet specifications that are required when racing at Englishtown.
  • At the intersection with the latter, the road becomes Jamesburg-Englishtown Road.
  • Thinking this corps too remote to be supported in case of action, General Washington ordered the Marquis to file off by his left towards Englishtown. Cited from The Life of George Washington, Vol. 3 (of 5), by John Marshall
  • At, the alternate route ends at the main road and CR 527 enters Englishtown soon after.
  • In addition to the collection from the Gaelic College, the museum in Englishtown also houses a more expanded collection of artifacts that had been maintained by family members.
  • These orders were executed with firmness, and, when forced from his ground, Lee brought off his troops in good order, and was directed to form in the rear of Englishtown. Cited from Life And Times Of Washington, V2, by Schroeder, &c
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