It's time to go to history class once again to see if you can name the Monmouth County town with just a few historical clues.

You already know the town is in Monmouth County. Here are some more clues from the history books...

This town was formed on March 9,1848 when a meeting was held at a place called Phebe Perrine's Tavern in Englishtown.

The name of this town came from combining two Lenape Indian words meaning "drinking" and "bread", meaning the area was a good place to settle.

That should be enough. Take your best guess and we'll publish the official answer Monday morning. Good luck!


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