Dowling Farm Quilt "Corn & Beans"

Barn Information

Quilt: Corn & Beans

The quilt block is best viewed from the East-bound entrance onto Rte. 78 at Rte. 637 (So. Main St.). It is on your right-hand side at the top of the entrance ramp.

The Dowling Girls
715 South Main St.
Stewartsville, NJ 08886

Farm History:

Roy Dowling bought the farm and property in 1950. It was Bob Fry's Mother's homestead (the Isaac B. Hance Estate).

Barn History:

The barn was built about 1721; it was orginally used for dairy and food storage. It was also used to store the farm horses. Currently, it is used for beef cattle storage. The barn is constructed with wood, with a field stone foundation. Roy Dowling added on the left-hand portion of the barn in the 1950's.

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715 South Main St.
Stewartsville NJ 08886


Mission Statement
The mission of the Barn Quilt Association of New Jersey is to provide a sustainable heritage tourism attraction/activity while preserving and celebrating the unique agriculture, history, and arts culture of our area through visual combinations of barns and quilt designs, to educate the public and showcase our Garden State.

Founding Sponsors

Founding Partnerships Include:

NJ Museum of Agriculture
Blue Ridge Lumber
Hope Area Chamber of Commerce
Moravian Grange #187
Stewartsville Grange #121