Battle of Cedar Bridge

Last Battle of the American War of Independence
[Including 225th Pulaski Massacre Reenactment]

September 22-25, 2006

Lake Manahawkin, New Jersey

Scheduled Participants

American War of Independence

11th Pennsylvania, Coates Company

Pennsylvania Navy

Lamb’s Artillery Company 1775

Manahawkin Militia, Company 5 - 2nd Monmouth Militia

Manahawkin Mini-Militia

24th Connecticut

Royal Rangers

1st New Jersey Regiment - Patriots

1st New Jersey Volunteers – Loyalists

John Doughty Company – Artillery

Captain Crocket’s Western Brigade – Danville-Va

War Between the States

61st New York Federal –

Lyons Camp #10, SUVCW

198th Pennsylvania Volunteers – Company L

22nd USCT – Asbury Park

19th Virginia - Company K

18th Virginia - Company K

17th Virginia (pending)

Company A - 37th Regt N.C. Vol Troops

2nd North Carolina Artillery -

World War II

327th Glider Infantry – 101st Airborne (pending)


Cub Scout Pack 61


Valerie Vaughn – Troubadour of the Pinelands

Camptown Shakers – Confederate musicians

Carroll Family Colonial Escadrille

18th Century Performers

Florence Drum Company

Colonial period music

The Jersey Devil


Susquehanna Sutlery

Godwin - The Sutler of Mount Misery Valley Forge

Ye Colonial Sutlers Shoppe – Leo Brennan (next year)

Kari J. Phillips Home Style Co.

Mountain Lace

Turtle Trading Company

Rancocas Merchant

Civil War Camp Furniture

Revolution Wear

Steve Pano

Florance Drum Company

George Monte Tinsmith Shop

Book Lady Publications

Timeless Fabrics

Frontier Fire Arms

Radio Simulcast – Public Address

WYRS – 90.7 FM Manahawkin

Historic Commentary

Thomas Farner, historian and author of

New Jersey in History: Fighting to be Heard


NJN Network News

SNN Southern Regional News Network

Script for by Linda Reddington

Captain John Bacon – Jersey Devil of the American Revolution

Other Units That Have Participated

First New Jersey Artillery Vols. Battery A.

1st North Carolina Artillery – Battery – Battery A

Vintage Additions

4th New Jersey

Libby Prison - Federal musicians


UNDERWRITER - $2,000 or more

Gannet Foundation – Times\Beacon Newspapers

Good Old Days Committee

Stafford Township Mayor and Council

BENEFACTOR - $1000 or more

Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce

Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders

SPONSOR - $500 or more

Ocean First Bank

Lighthouse Development, Inc.

The Stafford Leader

Phil Hart Electrical Contractor, Inc.

SUPPORTER - $200 or more

Steve Brescia & Joan Wiley

Methodist Men’s Group

Good Friend Electric

Stonehenge Builders

Bayshore Real Estate & Insurance

Stoherer Bros. Shell

Quality Tire and Muffler

Commerce Bank

Franklin Berry, esq.

Callahan & Moeller

Dr. William K. Power

G. Anderson Agency

Cranberry Bog – Spirited Eatery

WYRS FM 90.7

PATRON - $100 or more

Accent Homes

First Union Bank

Stein, Supsie & Hoffman

The Shoppes at Rosewood

Tuckerton Emporium

Lynn Photo

Cooper Electric

Warshauer Electric

Stafford Township Regular Republicans

Stack Bulkhead and Firewood

FRIENDS – other

Maxwell Funeral Home

Eddin’s Ice

Andev Construction Company

Thomas L. Shinn Funeral Homes

Fredrick W. Born Post 511 – American Legion

Organizations with Information Tables

Stafford Township Historical Society, Inc.

Daughters of the American Revolution – Great John Mathis Chapter

Affair at Egg Harbor Historical Society – Pulaski Massacre

New Jersey Heritage Magazine

Down the Shore Publishers

Cub Scout Pack 61

Stafford Township Volunteer Fire Company