The New Jersey Legislation incorporated it as a town on March 1, 1847, but it didn’t start expanding until after the Civil War.
One of the benefits living in Medford and other New Jersey cities and towns is living in a deregulated state.
This gives business owners the right and the ability to choose the cheapest electricity rate and supplier for their commercial businesses.
If you’re in the market for electricity for your business, please note you don’t have to just settle with one company based on your location, nor do you have to shop for a company by jumpy from one provider’s website to another. You can do it all through us.
If you need any help or information, please don’t hesitate to give us a call anytime at 1-800-971-4020 and one of our expert energy consultants will be more than happy to give you hand with all of your electricity needs.
Famous notable residents who have at one time or another lived in Medford include Philadelphia Eagles kicker David Akers, former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback and current ESPN commentator Ron Jaworski and hockey right winger Ryan Maki.
In 1807, Medford’s David Peacock was granted a patent for his invention of the iron plow which was way ahead of its time and any farming technology.
A railroad was formed in 1869 between Mt Holly and Medford and about 12 years later, the railroad expanded, going to Camden and Atlantic.