It had jurisdiction over a region including a large area of open space and several villages.
One of those, the village of Chatham, dating from 1710, was the source for its name, Chatham Township.
On August 19, 1892, the citizens of Chatham reincorporated with another type of village government offered as an alternative within townships by New Jersey.
Though we've yet to construct a proper time machine, we can offer clients a glimpse of bygone Augusts with such ephemeral treasures as: A Plan of Cherbourg Forts & Batteries, taken by the English in August of The much-anticipated solar eclipse on August 21 is so exciting that it even has its own postage stamp (the first ever thermochromic stamp! We would be remiss if we did not also celebrate this exciting occasion. We have some exciting original antique bird's-eye-view maps of New York City, Kingfield, Maine, Jamaica, The White Mountains, Boston from Bunker Hill, Casco Bay, charming animated maps of the Canadian provinces, & many more!
Currently surrounded by a town park, with a pavilion for picnics, a gazebo for seating and a reconstructed tobacco barn for viewing, the Pittsylvania Historical Society restored this L-shaped brick building with a Virginia Department of Historic Resources grant.
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Also it is a building used for historical depictions that the Society maintains for its meeting and public edification.
Laid in Flemish bond with dogtooth corbels for cornices with four rows of unmolded brick set at a 45-degree angle, this red brick building looks similar to Virginia's early government structures all the way across the state to the Tidewater section.
The contest started just over a year ago and was open to anyone who purchased a new vehicle at one of the three Tilbury Auto Mall dealerships.
Contestants had to create a short video explaining why they loved the vehicle they picked.
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There are numerous references to this village as "Chatham, New Jersey" dating from that time.