Oberly Farm Quilt "American Pride"

Barn Information

Quilt: American Pride Quilt Block

Margaret and Clifford Oberly
652 South Main Street
Stewartsville, NJ 08886

Farm/Barn History:

The farm was purchased by Charles and Anna Oberly in 1850 and the barn was built in 1852. The barn was used as a milking barn until 1974, when the cows were moved to another one of the family farms that had been purchased by the present owner and his father, Ellsworth Oberly, in 1956. The barn has since been used for storing hay and straw and to house dry cows and heifers in the winter.

Seven generations of Oberly's have lived on this farm, which was presented a Century Farm Award in 1984 by the New Jersey Agricultural Society.

The present owner (Cliff Oberly) and his son, Barry, farm the 130 acres and raise Herford and Angus steers.

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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