Myers-Bogert Grist Mill

Myers-Bogert Grist Mill

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Bergen County Historical Marker # 84

Abraham Myers established a grist mill at this site on the Hackensack River prior to 1765. Inherited by son John who operated the mill until his death in 1829, it was continued by his son-in-law James Bogert. Long known as "Bogert's Mill" it remained in the family for three generations until 1922. The building was demolished in 1932 and was the last water powered mill to grind grain in the area.

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