The historic Hugg-Harrison-Glover house in Bellmawr, New Jersey was built around 1720, with an addition dated 1764. It is schedule to be torn down in the summer of 2016 to make way for the reconstruction of routes the 676/42/295 interchange. This house and land, owned by Col. William Harrison Jr., was the sight of a Revolutionary War skirmish, involving the Marquis de Lafayette and American soldiers against the British on November 25, 1777. We are asking that the house be saved from demolition and preserved for future generations. We would greatly appreciate your support with your signature. Thank you.