The Benjamin Clark House
This was the original Benjamin Clark farm. The west section of this old brick home is the oldest, having been built in the late 18th century. The east section has a stone insert, dated "1804. Benjamin was a Revolutionary soldier. Because of Benjamin Clark's patriotic activities during the Revolutionary War, his home was raided several times by the British. While taking a load of grain to Valley Forge for Washington, he had his four horse team taken by the British. Late in the night Ben stole into camp and released his horses and hid them on an island in Mantua Creek. Ben left one old cow in the barn and told the British they had taken everything else. Gloucester County College.
On the east side of the Woodbury-Glassboro Road, Deptford Township