Links of Interest
PICTORIAL FIELD BOOK OF THE REVOLUTION
Jonas was also known for his tall tales, a couple of which can be found here.
Jonas Cattells' grave site is listed in the Historical Sites of Gloucester County .
The Defense of the Delaware River (Diary of a Common soldier in the American
Revolution, 1775-1783) Copied directly with all links in place from
The 2nd Rhode Island Reg't were among the soldiers at Fort Mercer.
The name of Jonas Cattell appears on the 1783 Quaker Anti-Slavery Petition.
The James and Ann Whitall House located at Fort Mercer.
Red Bank Battlefield Park .
The Blue Anchor Inn (Mentioned in the above article about Nathan )
The Indian King Tavern, located in Haddonfield (Owned by Jonas' uncle Mathias Aspden)
Alexander G. Cattell, (the son of Jonas' cousin Thomas Ware Cattell), was the first developer of Merchantville.
William Cassidy Cattell, (brother of Alexander above) was seventh president of Lafayette College.
Big Pocono State Park is located on land which was owned by Henry S. Cattell (relationship unknown)
The first line of defense against British ships coming up the Delaware River to attack American forts were cheveaux de frise.
Loss of Forts Mercer and Mifflin.