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Looking Into the Past of Hurffville, NJ

The slip and fall attorneys in Hurffville, NJ, at NJ Injury Guys offer the following overview of the neighborhood.


The unincorporated community of Hurffville is located in the Washington Township in the eastern region of Gloucester County, New Jersey. The town's center lies at the intersection of Sewell Road and Delsea Drive. Bethel Run and Porch Branch flow through the southern section of the community. Neighboring towns include Salina, Sewell, Turnersville, and Cross Keys.

Early History

The neighborhood was named after one of the early settlers, the Hurff family. The generations of Hurff were traced back to descendants of Johannes Balthaser Harff, from Germany. 

The community is home to one of the oldest schools in the township, Hurffville Elementary School. The school was constructed in 1957 in the style of an open campus. The grade levels were separated into different buildings. Each building had open walkways between them with a cover to protect them from rain. Initially, the school served grades kindergarten to sixth, but as the attendance increased, they reduced it to just second through fifth. 


The community residents have several athletic and recreational places to enjoy. Legends Ballpark was established in 2016 and is located on Sewell Road. It offers its guest the following amenities:

  • 25,000 square feet of indoor space
  • eight batting cages
  • concession stands & a full-size kitchen
  • two meeting rooms for birthdays or large events
  • four baseball fields 

Heading north, just off of Salina Road, is the Big Swing Golf Center. The center is open on both weekdays and the weekend and offers its visitors the following:

  • a driving range
  • mini golf
  • party rentals
  • a golf simulator
  • golf lessons
  • batting cages 


English is the predominantly spoken language spoken by 91.4% of the community's population. As many as 2.2% speak Langs. of India. The area is quite diverse and has a large population of Italian residents. The ancestral makeup of the community includes the following:

  • 31.7% Italian
  • 27.6% Irish
  • 19.5% German
  • 9.2% Asian
  • 8.6% Polish

The community is mainly an upper-middle-income neighborhood. The occupational breakdown of the working residents includes:

  • 48.2% executive, management, and professional occupations
  • 20.0% sales and service jobs
  • 17.1% clerical, assistant, and tech support occupations 
  • 14.7% manufacturing and laborer occupations

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Gabriel A. DiLeonardo, Sr., Esq.
Date Published: July 29, 2021
Gabriel DiLeonardo, Esq. is a New Jersey licensed attorney-at-law. He helps people who suffer injuries get justice through personal injury lawsuits.
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