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Mansfield Twp, Burlington County, NJ

Georgetown [†] is in the eastern part of the township and was named for George Sykes. Sykes was a Quaker who worked as a surveyor, and served in the U. S. Congress from 1834 to 1848. Georgetown was once called Foolstown, named after a man who bankrupted himself building a mansion, the Foolstown House, which still stands today.

Environmental Resource Inventory, Township of Mansfield, 2007, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, www.mansfieldtwp-nj.com, accessed August, 2020.

Nearby Neighborhoods

Street Names
Bordentown Road • Chesterfield Road • Georgetown Road