Branchville is a borough in Sussex County, New Jersey located in the northernmost region of Sussex County. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough’s population was 841.
In the 18th century, the Borough of Branchville was established by a group of settlers from Connecticut. In the 1820s the town was divided into building lots. By the year 1844, it was a well-established community with 32 dwellings, mills, blacksmiths, an academy, a church and a variety of other factories and businesses.
Branchville is on the Ordovician Martinsburg Formation. This is a slate and limestone formation created 450 million years ago when a chain of volcanic islands collided with North America.
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