Mansfield Township
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Mansfield Township, established as a constabulary in 1688, was incorporated in 1798. It is in the northeast part of Burlington County and is bounded north and northeast by Bordentown Township, northeast by Chesterfield Township, south by Springfield Township and southwest by Florence Township. In all portions there are good roads and accessibility to railroads, shipping and airports affording easy and direct communication with the surrounding centers of population. Its soil is generally sandy loam and it is watered by Bacon’s Creek, Assicunk Creek, Kinkora Creek and Craft’s Creek. The level of the land is flat with just enough rolling terrain to make the countryside beautiful. The climate is mild. Winter brings snow to delight. Summer has a comfortable warmth. Mansfield Township includes a little over twenty-three square miles.

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