Pequannock is the name of a township in New Jersey. Pequannock was part of the original group of 104 New Jersey townships incorporated in 1798. Located about one hour west of New York City, Pequannock is a sleepy, bedroom community with a population of 15,500.
The name Pequannock is derived from the Delaware Indian (Lenape) word for cleared land and is also used for the Pequannock River, a tributary of the Pompton River in northern New Jersey.
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