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All About Estell Manor, NJ

The workers' comp lawyers in Estell Manor, NJ, at NJ Injury Guys, have brought you some interesting facts about the neighborhood.

Estell Manor

The city of Estell Manor is located in the southern section of Atlantic County in the state of New Jersey. Many unincorporated communities are found within the city, such as Estellville, Head of River, Hunters Mill, Oakville, Gibsons Landing, Old Etna Furnace, among others. The 35,315.2-acre city shares a border with Hamilton, Tuckahoe, Mays Landing, and Egg Harbor City. 


The Native Americans first inhabited the region. One of the earliest families to settle in the area was the Estell family. The town was home to the Estellville Glassworks factory built by John H. Scott in 1826 for the Estell family. Production at the glassworks factory began in 1826 and was the first to produce both hollow glass and window glass. The Estell family operated the factory until 1858. The factory passed through many owners before finally closing in 1877. 

The city was named after the early family and was incorporated as a city in 1925, taking portions of land from Weymouth Township. 


Within the northern section of the city is the Atlantic County Veterans Museum, located on Route 50 South. The museum is in the historic Daniel Estell house and sits across from the Atlantic County Veterans Cemetery. The house was also once the home of the first female mayor, Rebecca Estell Bourgeois Winston. It was constructed in 1832 by her grandfather. The county purchased the estate in 1993 to serve as a tribute to the local veterans and to honor the history. Many of the exhibits include:

  • war memorabilia 
  • war uniforms
  • historical photographs
  • old newspapers 


The city is home to a population of 1,735 townspeople that form the 619 households and 488 families within its borders. The following breaks down the races and ethnicities within the population: 

  • 96.48% white
  • 1.04% Hispanic or Latino
  • 0.92% African American
  • 0.12% Native American
  • 0.00% Pacific Islander
  • 1.61% Asian
  • 0.69% two or more races
  • 0.17% other races

The median income was $54,653 per household in 2000 and $56,548 for a family. The small city does not offer public transportation, and many of the working residents spend 33.64 minutes commuting to work. Some of the occupations represented by the workforce include:

  • 4.74% office and administrative support roles
  • 9.79% management positions
  • 8.31% sales and service jobs

To continue learning about the greater area: Getting to Know the Historic Smithville, NJ

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Gabriel A. DiLeonardo, Sr., Esq.
Date Published: September 21, 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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