Hello! This may be a shot in the dark, but I'm doing some research into my township's history in Gloucester County New Jersey. Our township had a resort town named Red Bank that was very popular prior to the Civil War. Anyway, on a 1860 map there is a Dr. Leon's residence listed. It was common for Philadelphians to have summer homes there. Does this ring any bells with anyone. We'd like to add some background on some of Red Bank's residents to our info. I'd appreciate any help! Thjanks for listening!!!