Local history says, Archibald Craig, built this house in the early 1700’s. His grandson, John Craig served in the local militia during the Revolutionary War. At the time of the Battle of Monmouth, while he was absent from home, his wife hid the family silver in the bottom of the water well and fled the house. Legend has it that British soldiers passing by on that hot June day, drank from the well until it was nearly dry and discovered the silver, which they promptly took with them. The house was used as officer quarters and a hospital during the battle.
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Have a great Easter weekend!