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The Pompton Plains Railroad Station, circa 1906, now the Pequannock Twp Museum

THE MARTIN BERRY HOUSE One of the oldest homes in Pequannock Township is the  circa 1720 Martin Berry House. The house has been preserved and cared for by the present owner for nearly 50 years. Many township groups have had the opportunity to virtually tour the house and artifacts. The township has purchased this property to preserve it for future generations, both as a House museum and meeting space. Our current museum space is very limited to tell the story of our over 300 year history.

Are you interested in becoming a "Friend of Pequannock History" to helps us preserve and promote this important house and property? Please feel free to contact the Historic District Commission using the email address on this page or call Township Historian Ed Engelbart using the main township phone number below. Check out the Friends of Pequannock History in this facebook group.

Ed Engelbart has prepared an excellent presentation on the house which is being presented to various organizations around the township. If your organization would like to host an event, please contact Ed or the commission.

Pequannock Research Center:


First Wednesday of the month, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the Pequannock Museum (inside the Pompton Plains Railroad Station). The Pequannock Township Library is the site of the Pequannock Historic District Commission's Archival Collection and alternate meeting site.

Meeting Minutes for 2017

Jan - Feb - Mar - Apr - May - June - July


The Commission operates the Pequannock Township Museum, which presents physical artifacts, pictures and other items displaying the rich history of the township.  The museum is open the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month from 12:00 pm until 3:00 pm. It is also open by appointment and for special events. Contact the Commission directly for any information. Donations of original or copies of material relating to the history of Pequannock are always appreciated. Anyone interested in volunteering to help staff the twice monthly openings of the museum should contact the Commission.





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David Wisneski 

5 yr.     12/31/2018

    George Janowicz

5 yr.


Anita Daniel (Rec. Sec.)

5 yr.


Jane Costello

5 yr.


Louis Hebert

5 yr.


Robert Safarik (Vice Chair)

5 yr.


Jay Wanczyk (Chair)

5 yr.


Ed Engelbart (Twp. Historian)

Council Liaison:

Mayor Winterfield




Any resident interested in serving on the Historic District Commission should submit a completed Volunteer Application/Citizen Leadership form to the Township Clerk.


Pequannock Township Historic District Commission 
530 Newark-Pompton Turnpike
Pompton Plains, NJ 07444-1799
Tel: (973) 835-5700
Fax: (973) 835-1152
Email: history@peqtwp.org

Website Edits: dave.wisneski@gmail.com


Click on the links below to find out more of
Pequannock's rich history:

Site Design and Edits by Dave Wisneski and Christopher Lotito - 2010


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