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Fountain Grove Cemetery
Glen Gardner, Hunterdon County, New Jersey

fountain grove cemetery, glen gardner, nj
Fountain Grove Cemetery, Glen Gardner, NJ

GPS: 40.69248, -74.94421

7 Fountain Grove Rd.
Glen Gardner, NJ 08826

Published: April 17, 2023
Total records: 11

Fountain Grove Cemetery was organized in 1865 by the two leading families of Glen Gardner - the Gardners and the Hunts. The land for the cemetery was donated by Dr. A. A. Hunt. There is a historical marker on the site added by Hunterdon County Cultural and Heritage Commission.

There is a public access to the cemetery along Fountain Grove Rd.

Cemetery Records

Fountain Grove cemetery records below were originally published on another website called, "Distant Cousin", which went offline in 2016. These records were contributed by Pat Lisk, a visitor of theirs.

LISK, Alice (Mills), b. 10/1852 NJ, d. c.1900 NJ - NO HEADSTONE
LISK, Austin (Sr.), b.10/10/1848 Glen Gardner, NJ,d. c.1900 NJ, CW Vet - NO HEADSTONE
LISK, Clark, b. 1872 NJ d. 1959 NJ - HEADSTONE "1872 - 1959" shared with wife Margaret
DORPH, Curtis Peoples, (child), d, 8/6/1903, aged 15 years; shares stone with Earl Lisk
LISK, Earl, (child) d. 11/6/1903, aged 6 years shared with Curtis Peoples Dorph
HOCKENBURY, Joseph, HEADSTONE WITH WIFE EVA "1856-1934" (Austin Lisk, Jr.'s Father-in-Law)
LISK, Margaret (Dorph), b. 1872, d. 1948 NJ, - HEADSTONE w/husband Clark ' 1872 - 1948"
LISK, Mary (Hawk), b. 1827 NJ d. 7/18/1901, High Bridge, NJ - NO HEAD STONE
LISK, Walter H., b. 1900 NJ d. 1918 - SMALL HEADSTONE "1900 - 1918" [son of Austin Lisk, jr. and Minnie Hockenberry]
LISK, William, b. 12/1814 NJ d. 11/20/1901, High Bridge, NJ, CW Vet - NO HEAD STONE

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