Seabrook Wilson House

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Listed on the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places, the Seabrook-Wilson House is one of the oldest surviving houses in the Bayshore. The Seabrook-Wilson House began as a small cabin about 1720 and over the years was expanded and altered many times by later generations. By 1896 (photo left) the house had grown to its present size and appearance.
For most of its history, the farm on Sandy Hook Bay was home to generations of two prominent Port Monmouth families, the Seabrooks
and the Wilsons. Ship owners and captains, a Revolutionary War militia officer, local business owners and investors, and a clergyman were part of these notable families, many of whom served in local government positions.
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