Bonnie’s Bridge

About Bonnie’s Bridge:

Bonnie’s Bridge on Wayland Road in the Barclay Farms section of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, is the last surviving stone arch bridge in Camden County. Its significance dates to the Revolutionary War, when it is believed more than 15,000 members of the British Army used the span when they fled Philadelphia in June 1778. Many of the troops marched to Freehold, where General George Washington engaged them in the Battle of Monmouth. The bridge is named after Bonnie Cocchiareley, whose efforts to preserve it led to its inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places in 1981.

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