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Freehold and Co
This branch was opened by the Altona and Laverton Bay Freehold and Investment Co. Ltd. in order to encourage people to buy their land in the area.

Freehold and .
* Farnham's Freehold, a novel written by Robert A. Heinlein in 1965
* Freehold ( novel ), 2004 science fiction novel by Michael Z. Williamson
* Valyrian Freehold, an ancient civilization in 1996 fantasy novel A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin
On June 28 of that year, Simcoe and his Queen's Rangers took part in the Battle of Monmouth, in and near Freehold, New Jersey.
At the height of the Cold War, he built a bomb shelter under his house, like the one featured in Farnham's Freehold.
The most prominent and controversial example is Farnham's Freehold, which casts a white family into a future in which white people are the slaves of cannibalistic black rulers.
The treatment of these themes include the romantic relationship and eventual marriage ( once the girl becomes an adult via time-travel ) of a 30-year-old engineer and an 11-year-old girl in The Door into Summer or the more overt inter-familial incest in To Sail Beyond the Sunset and Farnham's Freehold.
" AT & T was appointed the Integration co ordinator and integration trials were held in Freehold New Jersey.
Sixth Column and Farnham's Freehold, another novel by Heinlein, both center on the issue of race.
Whereas some people perceive Sixth Column as racist, Farnham's Freehold turns the tables by reversing the racial stereotypes.
Exits include New Jersey Route 34, County Route 537 ( Colts Neck Road ), New Jersey Route 79 ( South Main Street ), County Route 520, and County Route 3 ( Tennent Road ), while passing through Freehold and Marlboro.
By the 1940s, U. S. Route 9 was also designated along the present-day portion of Route 34 that was then a part of Route 4, this would later become Route 4A after U. S. Route 9 and Route 4 were moved to a new alignment between Freehold and Cheesequake.
The route of the freeway was revised in 1972 to head north of Interstate 195 to the Route 18 freeway in Colts Neck Township, intersecting the Route 33 bypass of Freehold Borough.
The highway follows a more inland route through Howell Township, Marlboro Township, Freehold Township, Manalapan Township, Old Bridge, Sayreville and into Perth Amboy.
Recognizing Garret's abilities, his father sent him to a well-regarded school in Freehold, but after a disagreement with the teacher, the boy refused to return ; he was sent to a school in Matawan, boarding there during the week.
Its county seat is Freehold Borough.
Among the first European settlers in the area were a group of Scots settled in Freehold Township in about 1682-85, followed several years later by Dutch settlers.
At the June 28, 1778, Battle of Monmouth, near Freehold, General George Washington's soldiers battled the British under Sir Henry Clinton, in the longest land battle of the American Revolutionary War.
This route replaced pre-1927 Route 14 between Cape May and Seaville, what was planned as pre-1927 Route 19 between Seaville and Absecon, pre-1927 Route 4 between Absecon and Lakewood and South Amboy and Rahway, and a spur of pre-1927 Route 7 between Lakewood and Freehold, with the rest of the route to be built on a new alignment.
The Route 4 interchange with New Jersey Route 17 | Route 17 in Paramus, New Jersey | Paramus that underwent a $ 120 million improvement completed in 1999, as viewed from Route 17 south. Route 4 was originally legislated in the 1927 New Jersey state highway renumbering to run from Cape May north to the George Washington Bridge, running through Pleasantville, Toms River, Freehold, Perth Amboy, Rahway, and Paterson.

Freehold and built
Within Freehold Borough, Route 33 Business is the original alignment of Route 33 before the bypass was built.
* St. Peter's Episcopal Church ( Freehold Borough, New Jersey ), it was built in 1771 and added to the National Register in 1998.
Twenty houses were built in the decade to 1861, most of them on the Haswell Park estate to the south of the road which was acquired in 1852 by the National Freehold Land Society.

Freehold and first
In 1714, John Reid, the first Surveyor General of East Jersey, wanted the county seat located in Freehold Township and thus sold the property to the Board of Chosen Freeholders at a bargain price, what may have been the deciding factor in Freehold's competition with Middletown and Shrewsbury for the site.
While the first African American official gained office in 2007 ( Jaye Sims ), Freehold was one of the centers of African American civil rights activity in New Jersey during the years leading up to the Brown v. Board of Education decision in 1955.
Freehold Township was first formed on October 31, 1693, and was incorporated as a township by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on February 21, 1798.
Led by manager Mike Brach of Freehold Township, the team became the first from Freehold Township to make it to the World Series, let alone win it.
In 1990 the asymmetric sulky was introduced into North America, winning seven of its first nine starts at Freehold, NJ.
A photo finish record of the first triple dead heat in harness racing: Patchover, Payne Hall and Penny Maid at Freehold Raceway ( USA ).

Freehold and major
Some of the major races held at the Long Branch track included the Champion Stakes, the Freehold Stakes, and the Monmouth Cup.

Freehold and residential
It interchanges with Route 33 and continues through a mix of residential and commercial areas The route enters Freehold Borough, where it crosses Route 33 Business and continues past residences.
Route 79 crosses back into Freehold Township, where it continues through suburban residential areas, with intermittent farms and woods.

Freehold and development
Most notable of the commercial development is the Freehold Raceway Mall, which is in Freehold Township, just south of the old circle on US 9.

Freehold and March
What is now Freehold Borough was originally incorporated as a town by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on March 25, 1869, from portions within Freehold Township.
Portions of Freehold Township were taken to form Upper Freehold Township ( c. 1731 ), Millstone Township ( February 28, 1844 ), Jackson Township ( March 6, 1844 ), Atlantic Township ( February 18, 1847 ; now Colts Neck Township ), Marlboro Township ( February 17, 1848 ) and Manalapan Township ( March 9, 1848 ).
Manalapan Township was formed by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on March 9, 1848, from portions of Freehold Township.
Jackson Township was incorporated as a township by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on March 6, 1844, from portions of Dover Township ( now Toms River Township ), Freehold Township and Upper Freehold Township, while the area was still part of Monmouth County, New Jersey.
A year later, on 2 March 1930, a new station was opened, to serve a growing suburban area, and named after the Birkbeck Freehold Lane Society, whose name derived from the Yorkshire philanthropist Dr Birkbeck.

Freehold and along
New Jersey Transit bus service connects Freehold with towns along U. S. Route 9, Newark Liberty International Airport and New York City, to Philadelphia ( via transfer in Lakewood ) and to Six Flags Great Adventure located in Jackson Township.
Popular tourist attractions include, Six Flags Great Adventure, Gateway National Recreation Area, Monmouth Park Racetrack, Freehold Raceway and the boardwalk along the northern Jersey Shore

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