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Meet Napolean's Burlington County Brother, Joey Bottles

Joseph Bonaparte lived in Bordentown and had the second grandest house in America, My9NJ reports.

Napolean Bonaparte's brother lived in Burlington County. Even though his brother was a famous French dictator, Joseph Bonaparte went by a decidedly New Jersey nickname: Joey Bottles.

My9nj.com reports Joey Bottles had a 1500 acre estate in Bordentown that had secret tunnels and passageways that led to the Delaware River. He earned his nickname because of the lavish parties he threw. His house was considered the second grandest house in the country besides the White House.

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Ross Chatham April 17, 2014 at 08:04 AM
I love how this article misspells Napoleon the entire time.
Tom April 17, 2014 at 08:54 AM
@Ross public education no doubt.

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