Anderson-Brearley Tavern

2481 Main Street
NJ 08648

Anderson-Brearley Tavern

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This mid-18th century Georgian structure was operating as a tavern as early as 1758 when the annual township meeting was held at John ANderson's Tavern. In 1766 Anderson sold the property to Benjamin Brearley, who then applied for his tavern license in 1767, a date carved in the chimney. When Philip Hendrickson applied for a license in 1791, he said that he occupied the oldest stand in Maidenhead.


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