Covid-19: We Are Open
nj injury guys logo accident attorneys
Free Consultations 24/7
(888) 559-5485
24/7 Injury Helpline

An Abridged History of New Durham, NJ

The worker's comp attorneys in New Durham, NJ, at NJ Injury Guys, would like to share this history article about the area.

New Durham

Located in Hudson County, New Jersey, lies an unincorporated community, New Durham. The community is part of North Berge Township and is located near the Union and Bergen Turnpikes. Taking the Lincoln Tunnel, Manhattan, New York is only a 35-minute drive. 

History

Located within the area now known as New Durham, near the southwestern side of the Hudson Palisades, lies the original site for Three Pigeons. Before the Revolutionary War, William Earle owned the Three Pigeons Tavern. It is said that General George Washington frequented the area both before and during the war. The area served as a meeting ground during the war and was a landmark often notated on maps during 1776. 

After the war, the building was used for different reasons before being destroyed in 1893, such as:

  • a voting place during the 1804 and 1806 mayoral elections
  • 1852 - used by Whig Party politician to host a speech
  • repeated use as a landmark for military and government positions

Neighborhood

Real estate in the New Durham area averages $444,664, making it 60.1% pricier than other communities in the state. Rent is also higher than 84.2% of the state's neighborhoods, averaging $3,056. The area's working population brings home upper-middle incomes, but the childhood poverty rate is 22.1%, making it above most areas in the state. The occupational breakdown of the community residents is the following:

  • 31.5% executive, management, and professional occupations
  • 27.5% sales and service jobs
  • 23.4% clerical, assistant, and tech support occupations
  • 17.6% manufacturing and laborer occupations

The community is fairly diverse, and more than 48.1% were born in a country outside of the United States. The ancestral makeup of the residents is the following:

  • 31.2% South American
  • 12.1% Dominican 
  • 8.5% Puerto Rican
  • 6.4% Irish
  • 5.7% Italian

Points of Interest

Located in the eastern portion of New Durham is the Meadowview Section. This area is one of the largest green spaces in the North Hudson area. It is surrounded by several cemeteries, such as the following:

  • the Flower Hill Cemetery
  • the Grove Church Cemetery
  • the Hoboken Cemetery
  • the Macphelah Cemetery
  • the Weehawken Cemetery
  • the Palisades Cemetery

Along with the cemeteries are a collection of historically old churches, such as:

  • 1835 - New Durham Baptist Church
  • 1847 - the Grove Church

Keep reading: All About West New York, NJ

Our Local Office

If an injury from your job is keeping you from working, you may be entitled to compensation. Let our New Durham, NJ, worker's comp attorneys at NJ Injury Guys get the compensation you deserve. Call our office for a free consultation now.

NJ Injury Guys
2811 Bergenline Ave, 2nd Fl,
Union City, NJ 07087
(551) 273-4865

  • Details
  • Incident
  • Aftermath

Free Case Evaluation

Call Today 
24/7 Free
Consultations
No Win. No Fee
(609) 241-9990
Gabriel A. DiLeonardo, Sr., Esq.
Date Published: April 15, 2021
Gabriel DiLeonardo, Esq. is a New Jersey licensed attorney-at-law. He helps people who suffer injuries get justice through personal injury lawsuits.
Contact Us Today For A Free Consultation
Call Our 24/7 NJ Injury Helpline Now
(888) 559-5485
NJ Injury Guys. All rights reserved. 

This website is by DiLeonardo Law LLC d/b/a NJ Injury Guys. We have offices throughout the state of New Jersey with attorneys licensed to practice law in New Jersey. Use of this site does not form an attorney-client relationship and information herein shall not be construed as legal advice. This website is to be considered as ATTORNEY ADVERTISING. Past settlement and verdict values are no guarantee of similar future outcomes. This firm may retain local counsel for prosecuting cases. Results may vary from case to case depending on the specific circumstances of the case. This website has not been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
SitemapPrivacy PolicyDisclaimer & Terms Of Service