Pete,Following is my guess regarding the location of Leah Blackman's house in Tuckerton.John Yates
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Monday, December 20, 2010
Leah Blackman's Tuckerton House Identified
I got the following email from my history buddy, John Yates identifying the correct location of Leah Blackman's Tuckerton house on Marine Street. It is the first house south of Tuckerton High School
Cudos, John! You win the Bass River History Blog cigar.
Following is a present day aerial view of Leah's Tuckerton house.
Leah Blackman's Tuckerton house
(Courtesy of Bing Maps.)
Following is a street view of Leah's house.
Leah Blackman's Marine Street house.
(July 24, 2009 photo by Pete Stemmer.)
The next time you are in Tuckerton, see if you can drive by and spot Leah's house. If you find it, maybe John will give you a puff from his cigar.