Moorestown, New Jersey
Moorestown se yon vil nan eta New Jersey . Li nan konte Burlington Li te genyen nan lane 2000 19017 moun.
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Very humid in the summer, but cold in the winter.
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Pèsonalite ki te fèt nan, moun ki abite nan, oswa otreman asosye ak Moorestown Township gen ladan yo:
- Diane Allen (ki fèt an 1948), politisyen
- Samuel Leeds Allen (1841–1918), envantè ak fabrikan ekipman fèm ak avyon.
- Emily Bacon (1891-1972), fizisyen ki te premye espesyalis pedyatrik nan Filadèlfi.
- Sam Bishop (ki fèt an 1983), foutbalè pwofesyonèl.
- David Bispham (1857–1921), chantè opera.
- Francis L. Bodine (ki fèt an 1936), politisyen
- Hugh Borton (1903–1995), ekspè nan etid japonèz, prezidan Haverford College pandan 10 zan.
- T. J. Brennan (ki fèt an 1989), defansè Toronto Maple Leafs of the NHL.
- Dave Brock (ki fèt an 1967) .
- Lem Burnham (ki fèt an 1947), ansyen jwè National Football League.
- Kevin Chamberlin (ki fèt an 1963), aktè.
- Bobby Clarke (ki fèt an 1949), ansyen jwè okè nan National Hockey League avèk Philadelphia Flyers.
- Gary Close, asistan pou baskètbal Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball team.
- Josh Cody (1892–1961), manm College Football Hall of Fame.
- John S. Collins (1837–1928), devlopè Miami Beach, Florid.
- Herb Conaway (ki fèt an 1963), politisyen ki sèvi nan New Jersey General Assembly depi 1998, kote li reprezante 7th Legislative District.
- Phil Costa (born 1987), former football player with the Dallas Cowboys.
- Colin Farrell, head coach of the University of Pennsylvania lightweight rowing team.
- Dereck Faulkner (born 1985), wide receiver who played in the NFL for the Philadelphia Eagles.
- Edwin B. Forsythe (1916–1984), member of the United States House of Representatives from New Jersey who served as mayor of Moorestown from 1957-62.
- Walter French (1899–1984), football All-American and professional baseball player for the Philadelphia Athletics, 1923-1929.
- Joseph H. Gaskill (1851-1935), judge on the New Jersey Court of Common Pleas and Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court from 1893 to 1896.
- John F. Gerry (1926–1995), former chief United States district judge on the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.
- Chris Gheysens (born c. 1972), president and chief executive officer of Wawa Inc.
- Bill Guerin (born 1970), right winger who earned the Stanley Cup with both the New Jersey Devils and Pittsburgh Penguins.
- Edward Harris (1799–1863), introduced the Percheron horse to America; benefactor of John James Audubon; lived at Smith-Cadbury Mansion.
- Vernon Hill (born 1946), founder and former chairman, president, and chief executive officer of Commerce Bancorp and Commerce Bank of Cherry Hill Township, New Jersey.
- Leon A. Huff (born 1942), co-founder and vice-chairman of Gamble-Huff Music, a songwriting and record production team who have written and produced 15 gold singles and 22 gold albums.
- Alfred Hunt (1817–1888), first president of Bethlehem Iron Company, precursor of Bethlehem Steel Corporation.
- Esther Hunt (1751–1820), a pioneer who lived on America's frontier as a wife, a mother and a leader in her Quaker faith.
- John Hunt (1740-1824), Quaker minister and journalist.
- Eldridge R. Johnson (1867–1945), founder of Victor Talking Machine Company.
- Jevon Kearse (born 1976), former NFL defensive end who played for the Philadelphia Eagles and Tennessee Titans.
- Tim Kerr (born 1960), former NHL right wing who played for the Philadelphia Flyers, New York Rangers and Hartford Whalers.
- Matt Langel (born 1977), head coach for the Colgate Raiders men's basketball team.
- Jonathan V. Last (born 1974), columnist for The Weekly Standard.
- Al LeConey (1901–1959), gold medal winner in the 4x100 meter relay at the 1924 Summer Olympics.
- Kathy Linden (born 1938), pop singer who scored hits on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 with "Billy" and "Goodbye Jimmy, Goodbye".
- Donovan McNabb (born 1976), former professional football player for the Philadelphia Eagles.
- Stephen W. Meader (1892–1977), author of more than 40 novels for boys and girls.
- Freddie Mitchell (born 1978), former professional football player for the Philadelphia Eagles.
- Victoria Napolitano (born 1988), politician who became Moorestown's youngest mayor, when she took office in 2015 at age 26.
- David A. Norcross (born 1937), politician who ran for United States Senate in 1976 and served as chairman of the New Jersey Republican State Committee.
- Brendan O'Connor (born c. 1960), recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross for his heroic action in Afghanistan.
- Christine O'Donnell (born 1969), Republican candidate in Delaware's 2010 United States Senate special election.
- Terrell Owens (born 1973), former professional football player who played for the Philadelphia Eagles and other teams.
- Sal Paolantonio, (born 1956), Philadelphia-based bureau reporter for ESPN.
- Alice Paul (1885–1977), leader of a campaign for women's suffrage resulting in passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
- Doug Pederson (born 1968), head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League.
- Samuel K. Robbins (1853–1926), politician who served as Speaker of the New Jersey General Assembly and president of the New Jersey Senate.
- Julie Robenhymer (born 1981), Miss New Jersey 2005.
- Jeremy Roenick (born 1970), professional hockey player, former player for the Philadelphia Flyers.
- Jon Runyan (born 1973), football player for the Philadelphia Eagles, Houston Oilers and San Diego Chargers who was elected to represent New Jersey's 3rd congressional district from 2011 to 2015.
- Steve Sabol (1942–2012), president and co-founder of NFL Films.
- Ulf Samuelsson (born 1964), professional hockey player, former player for the Philadelphia Flyers.
- Lauren Schmetterling (born 1988), rower who won a total of three gold medals in the Women's eight competition at the 2013 World Rowing Championships, the 2015 World Rowing Championships and the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
- Katherine Shindle (born 1977), Miss America 1998 and actress.
- Scott Terry (born 1976), songwriter and singer who has fronted the band Red Wanting Blue.
- Albert W. Van Duzer (1917-1999), bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey, serving from 1973 to 1982.
- John Vanbiesbrouck (born 1963), professional hockey player, former player for the Philadelphia Flyers.
- James Weinstein, transportation planner and executive who served as executive director of New Jersey Transit.
- Brian Willison (ki fèt an 1977), direktè nan Parsons Institute for Information Mapping.
- Helen Van Pelt Wilson (1901-2003), ekriven.
- Esther V. Yanai (1928-2003), avokat open-space preservation in Moorestown.
- Albert Young (ki fèt an 1985), ansyen foutbalè pou University of Iowa and Minnesota Vikings.
- Tim Young (ki fèt an 1968), silver medal-winning rower in the quadruple sculls at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
- Martha Zweig, powèt.
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- « Biyografi Senatris Diane Allen - Diane graduated from Moorestown High School as valedictorian ». senatenj.com. 2015-05-16. Retrieved 15 fevriye 2015.
- New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame "Samuel Leeds Allen has been awarded almost 300 patents for farming machinery,..." "Because the production of farm equipment was seasonal, many of Allen's employees were laid off during the winter." "Allen invented the Flexible Flyer,..." Accessed July 25, 2008.
- Dr. Emily Partridge Bacon, National Institutes of Health, Changing the face of Medicine. Accessed September 8, 2015. "Born in Moorestown, New Jersey in 1891, Emily Bacon entered Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in 1908."
- Bullock, Michael. "Cepero's return solidifies City Islanders goalkeeping situation", The Patriot-News, April 3, 2010. Accessed March 2, 2011. "Sam Bishop, the 27-year-old keeper who has logged three seasons (2005-07) with the City Islanders, spent the opening week of the expansion Philadelphia Union's first training camp working out with the first-year MLS club. Needless to say, it was a memorable experience for the Moorestown, N.J., native."
- West Jersey History. Accessed January 9, 2011. "David Bispham, the great singer, whose boyhood days were spent in Moorestown, attended this school and some of our older residents who were students at that time tell interesting anecdotes about this celebrated man."
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- Assembly Member Francis L. Bodine, Project Vote Smart. Accessed August 8, 2007.
- Pace, Eric. "Hugh Borton, 92, Expert on Japan and Ex-College President, Dies", The New York Times, August 9, 1995. Accessed February 11, 2012. "Dr. Borton was born in Moorestown, N.J., graduated from Haverford in 1926 and received an M.A. in history from Columbia in 1932. He was awarded several honorary degrees and was decorated by the postwar Japanese Government."
- Donnellon, Sam. "Sam Donnellon / Moorestown's.", Philadelphia Daily News, June 22, 2007. Accessed March 1, 2011. "His future lay 1,805 miles away, on the easternmost point of an island nearer the Arctic Circle than his Moorestown home. This is where the National Hockey League would discover T.J. Brennan."
- Miller, Randy. "Moorestown native scores in debut for Buffalo Sabres", Courier-Post, November 25, 2011. Accessed December 3, 2011. "Moorestown native T.J. Brennan showed what he can bring in his NHL debut for the Buffalo Sabres."
- T J Brennan, Toronto Maple Leafs. Accessed October 9, 2013.
- Luicci, Tom. "Rutgers to name Boston College assistant Dave Brock as new offensive coordinator", The Star-Ledger, February 7, 2012. Accessed September 8, 2015. "Dave Brock, a Moorestown native who was the interim offensive coordinator at Boston College last fall and has held that position at Kansas State, Temple and Hofstra, will be named the Scarlet Knights' offensive coordinator, replacing Frank Cignetti, possibly by the end of the week, according to a person familiar with the situation."
- Elane, Patricia. "Sports' Rookie Athletes - Too Much, Too Soon? Sports Agent and Former NFL Player Sees an 'Achilles Heel' in Toay's Recruiting Practices", Yahoo! Voices, August 9, 2006. Accessed June 3, 2013. "Dr. Lem Burnham, a resident of Moorestown, New Jersey, has seen more than his fair share of action both on and off the field in the NFL."
- Gardner, Amanda. "Theater; Tony Awards' New Jersey Ties", The New York Times, June 3, 2001. Accessed July 23, 2008. "Kevin Chamberlin (best performance by a leading actor in a musical, Seussical) also traces his childhood and early career to New Jersey. Mr. Chamberlin moved to Moorestown (exit 4) when he was 7 years old and worked summers as a singing waiter at the Show Place in Beach Haven on Long Beach Island."
- The Ice Man Accessed July 26, 2008: "On Comcast's website, he's 'the ultimate Flyer' who's married to wife Sandy, has four children (sons Wade and Lucas and daughters Jody and Jakki) and resides in Moorestown, N.J."
- Gary Close Modèl:Webarchive, Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball. Accessed January 9, 2011.
- Traughber, Bill. "Josh Cody, a College Football Hall of Famer", Vanderbilt Commodores football, September 30, 2009. Accessed March 1, 2011. "In 1959, Cody retired to his 190-acre farm across the Delaware River in Moorestown, N.J. He died on his farm in 1961 at age 69."
- John Collins Biography, Miami Beach History. Accessed March 13, 2008. "Born on December 29, 1837, in Moorestown, New Jersey, John Stiles Collins was the sixth generation of Collinses to farm the family's western New Jersey homestead since 1678."
- Staff. "Conaway and Singleton get our nod for 7th District", Burlington County Times, October 23, 2015. Accessed November 29, 2017. "Vying for two Assembly seats in the 7th Legislative District in New Jersey are Democratic incumbents Herb Conaway of Moorestown and Troy Singleton of Palmyra and Republican challengers William Conley and Robert Prisco."
- Phil Costa Modèl:Webarchive, Maryland Terrapins football. Accessed March 2, 2011.
- Staff. "Phil Costa", The Baltimore Sun. Accessed September 8, 2015. "Phil Costa; Junior offensive lineman Phil Costa is expected to start at right guard for the Terps in 2008. Costa, a junior from Moorestown, N.J., appeared in all 13 games as a junior."
- "Colin Farrell Named Lightweight Rowing Head Coach", PennAthletics.com, June 30, 2014. Accessed November 29, 2017. "Colin Farrell, who has served as an assistant coachfor the past two seasons and interim head coach since the conclusion of the 2014 EARC Sprints, will officially be promoted to head coach of the University of Pennsylvania men's lightweight rowing program effective July 1.... Farrell and his wife, Ellie, reside in Moorestown, N.J., with their son, Kellan."
- Hunt, Donald. "Hampton finds another star in QB Shepherd", ESPN, September 27, 2006. Accessed November 29, 2017. "Dereck Faulkner, Hampton's senior slot receiver, played with Iowa's star running back Albert Young at Moorestown High School in Moorestown, N.J. Faulkner and Young talk to each other at least twice a week."
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- Waggoner, Walter H. "Edwin Forsythe, congressman, dies", The New York Times, March 30, 1984. Accessed March 2, 2011. "Representative Edwin B. Forsythe, a New Jersey Republican who served in the House of Representatives for 14 years, died of lung cancer yesterday at his home in Moorestown, N.J. He was 68 years old."
- Historical Society of Moorestown, Moorestown.com. Accessed September 8, 2015. "Congratulations to our president, Lenny Wagner. His article on Moorestown's Walter French, a former major league baseball player for the Philadelphia A's, was accepted for publication by The Society for American Baseball Research (SABR)."
- Wagner, Lenny. "Walt French", Society for American Baseball Research. Accessed September 8, 2015. "Walter E. French was born in Moorestown, New Jersey, on July 10, 1899.... He entered Moorestown High School in 1914 and starred in football, baseball, basketball, and track."
- Staff. "Ex-Judge Gaskill Dies Suddenly, 84; Served-on Burlington County, N. J., Common Pleas Bench Many years Ago", The New York Times, November 26, 1935. Accessed August 28, 2018. "Judge Gaskill, a native of Mount Holly, was admitted to the bar as an attorney in 1873 and became a counselor in 1877.... After his retirement from the bench, Judge Gaskill opened law offices in Camden. In 1910 he moved from Mount Holly to Moorestown."
- Holloway, Lynette. "John F. Gerry, 69, Chief Judge Of Federal Court in New Jersey", The New York Times, March 12, 1995. Accessed June 3, 2013. "John Francis Gerry, the chief United States district judge in New Jersey for seven years and a former top official of the policy-making arm of the Federal bench, died on Friday at his home in Moorestown, N.J. He was 69."
- Laday, Jason. "As Wawa celebrates 50th anniversary, CEO remembers Vineland store", South Jersey Times, April 15, 2014. Accessed October 8, 2015. "'My dad would have a bunch of change from the car wash, and he was like the banker for everyone over there at the Wawa,' said Gheysens, a graduate of both St. Mary's in East Vineland and St. Augustine College Preparatory School. 'South Jersey is a big part of Wawa, and it is definitely part of me — I grew up in Vineland, and my parents had a summer house in Sea Isle. I moved to Washington Township — or 'Township' as they call it — after marrying my wife, and we raised our four children there.' Gheysens, who currently resides in Burlington County, will be spending Wednesday morning at Wawa's very first store, which opened in 1964 in Folsom, Pa., for a ceremony at 6 a.m."
- Monostra, Mike. "Wawa Planned to Open Near Moorestown Mall; The convenience store will be located at the former location of Classic Chevrolet.", Moorestown Patch. Accessed October 8, 2015. "Wawa CEO Chris Gheysens is a resident of Moorestown."
- Staff. "Guerin to Flyers? Speculation Bruin", Philadelphia Daily News, November 30, 2001. Accessed March 1, 2011. "Guerin spends his offseasons in Moorestown with his wife, Kara, and their three kids."
- Smith-Cadbury Mansion
- Staff. "Moorestown tells Hill that gate must go, Elaborate entrance at banker's estate violates zoning, officials say.", The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 18, 2002. Accessed March 1, 2011. "The drive-through lane at Commerce Bancorp chairman Vernon Hill's home will move a little faster starting today. Moorestown's zoning officer ordered Hill to remove the elaborate entrance gate at his 44.2-acre estate because it violates last month's zoning board decision that disallowed a tall fence that would have separated a portion of Hill's land from neighboring property."
- Friedman, Sally. "One neat arrangement Music producer Leon Huff's Moorestown home is a serene, orderly getaway. The Sound of Philadelphia? 'I'm a guy who really needs quiet.'", The Philadelphia Inquirer, March 19, 2010. Accessed April 27, 2016. "Leon Huff admits it - he's a neat freak, and it shows in his elegant Moorestown home, a place so immaculate it's hard to imagine anyone even lives in it."
- Alfred Hunt's obituary "The announcement of the death of Alfred Hunt, president of the Bethlehem Iron Company, will be a shock to his numerous friends throughout the Lehigh Valley and the State. The sad event occurred last evening at the home of his brother, Mordecai Hunt, in Moorestown, N. J."
- Hunt family history
- Specht, Neva Jean (1997), Mixed blessing: trans-Appalachian settlement and the Society of Friends, 1780-1813, Ph. D. dissertation, University of Delaware
- Specht, Neva Jean (2003), "Women of one or many bonnets?: Quaker women and the role of religion in trans-Appalachian settlement", NWSA Journal 15 (2): 27-44
- An Inventory of the John Hunt Papers, 1770-1828, Swarthmore College. Accessed November 20, 2017.
- Staff. "E.R. Johnson buyer of original 'Alice'; Pays $150,000 for Manuscript and Two Copies of Carroll's Famous Story. Will sent it on tour Former Head of Victor Talking Machine Company Will Never Sell It, He Says.", The New York Times, October 15, 1928. Accessed August 28, 2018. "Eldridge R. Johnson, founder and former President of the Victor Talking Machine Company and a resident of Moorestown, N.J., is the purchaser from Dr. A.S.W. Rosenbach of Philadelphia of the original manuscript of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, for which Dr. Rosenbach paid $75,259 at an auction at Sotheby's in London in April."
- Klein, Michael. "Inqlings: Throwback plan for Striped Bass", The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 8, 2008. Accessed November 29, 2017. "Former Eagle Jevon Kearse has cut the asking price of his Moorestown five-bedroom from $3.1 million to $2,699,993."
- Lulgjuraj, Susan. "Many Philadelphia Flyers past and present call Cape May County home", The Press of Atlantic City, May 24, 2010. Accessed March 1, 2011. "Tim Kerr has a huge presence in the Avalon and Stone Harbor area. The three-time All-Star played in Philadelphia for 11 seasons from 1980 to 1991 and holds Philadelphia's team record for the most 50-goal seasons with four. He owns Tim Kerr's Powerplay Realty on Dune Drive, which sells and rents homes in the Avalon and Stone Harbor area. For several years, Kerr also has run a charity run that bears his name. Kerr splits time between his homes in Avalon and Moorestown, Burlington County, said Tim Kerr Realty sales associate Ann Delaney."
- Ronaldson, Tim. "From the courts to coach", The Moorestown Sun, April 26, 2011. Accessed November 29, 2017. "Moorestown-native Matt Langel has etched his name into history books as a basketball player, now he'll do it as a coach."
- Staff. "Great leap rightward? Nah, just finding balance", The Philadelphia Inquirer, January 15, 2006. Accessed March 2, 2011. "Folks meet Jonathan V. Last. He was born in Camden 31 years ago grew up in Woodbury and Moorestown and now works as online editor for the Weekly Standard."
- LeConey, Bill. "1924 gold medalist in family spurs press writer's search", The Press of Atlantic City, September 27, 2000. Accessed March 1, 2011. "J. Alfred LeConey was a great American sprinter of his time achieving local fame at Moorestown and then at Lafayette in the early 1920s."
- New Jersey Mirror, March 2, 1938: "Death of William G. LeConey." "Surviving are his wife, Laura Haines LeConey, a very active worker in the First Baptist Church; and two sons, Everett LeConey, of Moorestown; and J. Alfred LeConey, of Plainfield. The latter was a winner in the Olympics at Paris in 1924 and upon his return to Moorestown, a great reception was held on the lawn of the LeConey home here to do him honor."
- "Kathy Linden – The Woman with a Childish Voice", Mental Itch. Accessed November 29, 2017. "Kathy Linden is an American traditional pop singer whose singing was considered one of the sweetest-sounding voices during her era. She was born Marion Londres in Moorestown Township, New Jersey, and grew up in nearby Burlington, living on the town's Elm Avenue."
- "Moorestown, N.J., named best town to live", USA Today, July 11, 2005. Accessed July 25, 2008. "Plenty of executives still inhabit its Modèl:Convert. But the best-known citizens these days are a number of Philadelphia Eagles players, including star quarterback Donovan McNabb."
- New Views VII - 2008 Literary Burlington County, Burlington County, New Jersey Historian. Accessed March 1, 2011. "Stephen W. Meader home, 565 East Main Street, Moorestown. Author of Children's Books (1892-1977). Stephen Meader, born to Quaker parents, wrote his first children's book, The Black Buccaneer, in 1920. He moved his growing family to Moorestown in 1922 and by 1927, he had obtained a position with the Philadelphia advertising firm of N.W. Ayer & Son."
- The Life of Stephen W. Meader "A third child, John, was born in 1921, and in 1922, the family moved to Moorestown, New Jersey." Accessed April 16, 2008.
- Jones, Gordie. "Don't buy Andy's spin: draft sent Iggles a message", The Morning Call, April 24, 2005. Accessed February 11, 2012. "It was hard to hear him, because it sounded like somebody was hammering a 'For Sale' sign into the lawn in front of Freddie Mitchell's Moorestown, N.J., home."
- Boyer, Dave. "Hear this, T.O.: There are plenty of hoppin' spots in Moorestown Who needs a liquor store when you have the town dump and a Friendly's?", The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 11, 2004. Accessed April 23, 2015. "And wide receiver Freddie Mitchell has lived in Moorestown the last few years, although he's moving. Mitchell got into a dispute with a neighbor over trees, and has been looking for a place that is - repeat after me, T.O. - quieter than Moorestown."
- Williams, Sharrie. "26-year-old Moorestown mayor sworn in", WPVI-TV, January 6, 2015. Accessed November 29, 2017. "A new year means new leadership in Moorestown, New Jersey. Victoria Napolitano was sworn in as the town's new mayor. At the age of 26, she's the youngest mayor in Moorestown's recent history."
- Guenther, Alan. "Feud roils race for Saxton's seat", Asbury Park Press, November 24, 2007. Accessed December 2, 2013. "The next day, he touted the candidacy of Moorestown resident David A. Norcross, who's been active with the national Republican Party."
- Proclamation honoring Master Sergeant Brendan O'Connor at July 28, 2008, Meeting of the Township Council of Moorestown Township, Moorestown Township, backed up by the Internet Archive as of January 15, 2011. Accessed September 8, 2015.
- Brendan W. O'Connor, MilitaryTimes Hall of Valor. Accessed September 8, 2015. "Brendan W. O'Connor; Home of record: Moorestown New Jersey"
- via The Washington Post. "GOP candidate Christine O'Donnell's stunning Senate primary win raises questions about her past", The Plain Dealer, September 19, 2010. Accessed March 1, 2011. "O'Donnell, 41, grew up in Moorestown, N.J., and attended Fairleigh Dickinson University, though she did not earn her degree until this year."
- Reid: T.O. will not play for Eagles this season, ESPN.com, November 8, 2005.
- Fiorillo, Victor. "ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio Was a Nobody in High School; Plus, the Moorestown-based sports broadcast personality and former Inquirer reporter tells us why Donovan McNabb is misunderstood, his summer chasing Russian subs, and how the Beatles saved the USA.", Philadelphia (magazine), October 25, 2013. Accessed January 11, 2018.
- Aleardi, Marianne. "Ten Questions: Sal Paolantonio; The ESPN correspondent talks sports, politics and Uncle Bill’s Pancake House", South Jersey Magazine, July 2013. Accessed January 11, 2018. "A resident of Moorestown, Paolantonio spends the NFL season watching, talking, breathing football."
- Alice Paul House, Moorestown, Stockton University. Accessed July 25, 2008.
- « Eagles hiring Chiefs OC Doug Pederson as head coach ». NFL.com.
- Anastasia, Phil. "Football preview: Moorestown", The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 17, 2013. Accessed September 8, 2015. "But Lisa is not even a lock to start as Horton insists that junior Drew Pederson, the son of Eagles assistant coach Doug Pederson, is a strong contender for the job."
- Cuellar, Dann. "Doug Pedersons' neighbors ready to welcome him back home", WPVI-TV, January 19, 2016. Accessed November 29, 2017. "New Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson and his family are excited about moving back to the area.... Before moving to Kansas City in 2011, the Pederson family lived on a cul-de-sac in the unit block of Hamilton Court in Moorestown, New Jersey."
- Staff. "Would Succeed Watkins.; Senator Robbins Out for His Place as Jersey Commissioner of Banking.", The New York Times, December 26, 1908. Accessed August 28, 2018. "Senator Samuel K. Robbins of Moorestown, Burlington County, is expected to succeed David O. Watkins of Woodbury as State Commissioner of Banking and Insurance."
- via Associated Press. "Pageant life teaches new Miss N.J. Moorestown woman learns about competition, herself", Burlington County Times, June 20, 2005. Accessed March 1, 2011. "Julie Robenhymer, the reigning Miss Burlington County and the newly crowned Miss New Jersey, isn't entirely comfortable with being called beautiful. 'It's very weird,' she said. The 24-year-old Moorestown native would rather talk about how competing in beauty pageants gave her confidence and self-worth."
- Ginsberg, Wendy. "New Magazine Aims to Be Social Guide for Southern New Jersey Suburbs", The Philadelphia Inquirer, January 17, 2002. Accessed March 8, 2008. "The monthly magazine, which aims to be a social guide for South Jerseyans, was relaunched this month with the toothy grin of Philadelphia Flyer Jeremy Roenick, a Moorestown resident, gracing the cover."
- "Inside Jon Runyan's New Crib", WPVI, November 17, 2007. Accessed June 15, 2008. "The man is Philadelphia Eagle Jon Runyan, and the house is located in Moorestown, New Jersey."
- Zap, Claudine. "Former Congressman and NFL Star Jon Runyan Buys Smaller Place in Jersey", Realtor.com, December 10, 2015. Accessed February 5, 2018. "From NFL offensive lineman to two-term New Jersey congressman, Jon Runyan has had an action-packed career.... He has since purchased a more modest home in nearby Moorestown, NJ, for $1,375,000. We're sure he'll adjust to his smaller manse."
- Staff. "Sabol's seen many Super moments", The Philadelphia Inquirer, February 3, 2008. Accessed March 1, 2011. ""Steve Sabol, president of the Mount Laurel-based NFL Films and a resident of Moorestown, has been at all of these title games, documenting the events..."
- Samuelsson, Ulf. "Ulf Samuelsson's Blog: The transition to coaching", The Hockey News, October 24, 2008. Accessed March 1, 2011. "I got into a number of things, like restaurants and car dealerships. For a while, we had three dealerships going in Pittsburgh and we sold a lot on eBay. It was fun to go out and try many things that I couldn't when I was playing hockey. My family and I stayed in New Jersey, in a great town called Moorestown Township."
- Lauren Schmetterling, United States Olympic Team. Accessed August 10, 2016. "Birthplace: Voorhees, N.J.; Hometown: Moorestown, N.J.; High School: Moorestown High School (Moorestown, N.J.) '06"
- "A S. Jersey girl takes the crown of Miss America, but she's Miss Illinois.", The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 14, 1977. Accessed February 11, 2012. "Moorestown native and Bishop Eustace graduate Katherine Shindle was named Miss America 1998 last night, topping an all-vocalist field of five finalists in the 77th annual competition."
- Marcus, Joan. "Author Alison Bechdel and actor Katherine Shindle dish on the Tony winning musical Fun Home opening Tuesday in Philly", The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 7, 2017. Accessed November 29, 2017. "A critical and commercial hit when it opened in 2015 on Broadway, the show kicked off a national tour in October and stars former Miss America Katherine Shindle (Legally Blonde on Broadway, Cabaret national tour), who grew up in New Jersey, in Brigantine and Moorestown, and attended Bishop Eustace Preparatory School in Pennsauken."
- Scott, Rob. "Moorestown's Scott Terry to Rock Letterman; Moorestown High School alum Scott Terry and his band, Red Wanting Blue, will perform on the Late Show with David Letterman Wednesday night.", Moorestown Patch, July 18, 2012. Accessed November 7, 2015. "But Scott said he didn't take music seriously until he moved to Moorestown and began singing in the choir at the and later joined the Madrigals at Moorestown High School."
- Hagenmayer, S. Joseph. "Episcopal Bishop Albert W. Van Duzer", The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 30, 1999. Accessed November 8, 2015. "A longtime New Jersey resident, he lived in Moorestown for five years, Medford for 10 years, Trenton for 20 years, and Merchantville for 20 years."
- Staff. "Vanbiesbrouck ready for spotlight - The new goalie knows he was no. 3 on shopping lists during the free-agent period. He's eager to show that the flyers picked the right one", The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 8, 1998. Accessed March 1, 2011. "He has three sons - Ian, Ben and Nicholas - and lives in Moorestown."
- "Governor Swears in James Weinstein as Commissioner of Transportation", Governor of New Jersey Christine Todd Whitman, press release dated April 5, 2007. Accessed November 29, 2017. "Weinstein is a graduate of Seton Hall University and began his career as a journalist. He currently resides in Moorestown, Burlington County, with his wife Linda Artlip."
- Staff. "Wilson, Helen Van Pelt", Westport News (Connecticut), October 24, 2003. Accessed November 17, 2013. "Born in Collingswood, N.J., Oct. 19, 1901, she grew up in nearby Moorestown, went to the Shipley School in Bryn Mawr and graduated cum laude from Bryn Mawr College in 1923."
- "Obituary: Esther Yanai", Syracuse Post Standard, October 21, 2003. Accessed November 29, 2017. "October 15, 2003 Esther Yanai, 75, of Moorestown, NJ, died Wednesday at her daughter Ruth's home in Syracuse, cared for by friends and family, including husband Steve and granddaughter Nora."
- Albert Young, Iowa Hawkeyes football. Accessed May 25, 2008.
- Pucin, Diane via The Philadelphia Inquirer. "U.S. rowers put 3 boats into finals", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 27, 1996. Accessed March 1, 2011. "Young, from Moorestown, has chosen to row in the quad, a sculling boat in a country where the sculling boats are always of lowest priority."
- About Martha Zweig, Verse Daily. Accessed November 29, 2017. "Martha Zweig was born in Philadelphia and grew up in suburban Moorestown, New Jersey, where she was educated at the Friends' (Quaker) School."