Honor a Special Place in History

 with a Commemorative Brick

The Monmouth County Historical Association is fighting to preserve not only the stories of the past, but of tomorrow as well. Much can be learned from those who came before us, and from those who are forging a path today. Our remarkable history is rich with the struggles of resilient colonial settlers, Revolutionary heroes, and amazing historic “firsts,” but also offers windows into the daily life of those who simply lived and worked here. Our focus is Monmouth, but it is equally the story of Americans far and wide.  


Please help us to raise money so that we may continue our mission to record the memory of Monmouth for future generations. We are all part of history as our families and businesses continue to strengthen its path every day with our presence. Honor a special place in that path by purchasing a brick for our commemorative walkway. If you have ancestors from historic Monmouth, if you live or work here today, or even if you simply appreciate our mission and what we do, please consider purchasing a brick to continue building our story. It will make a unique, worthwhile and memorable gift for any occasion. Most of all, it will make a difference.

~ Gift Ideas ~

Ancestral Names and Dates

Current Families

In Loving Memory

Businesses of Today and Yesteryear

Military Service

Moving Away / Retirements

New Home

Groups and Organizations

Special Events





Special Achievements

Medical Personnel / First Responders

Message to Inspiring Person

4 x 8 

Up to 3  lines of text (w/o graphic)

3 lines of text with graphic (+$10)

20 characters per line


8 x 8 

Up to 6 lines of text (w/o graphic)

5 lines of text with graphic (thistle incl.)

20 characters per line



Or call us at (732) 462-1466 and we will be happy to help! 

70 Court Street

Freehold NJ 07728

732 - 462 -1466

© 2019 by MCHA

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Monmouth County Historical Association received an operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State.