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Immaculate Conception Cemetery
Montclair, Essex County, New Jersey

immaculate conception cemetery, montclair, nj
Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Montclair, NJ

GPS: 40.85440, -74.19360

712 Grove St
Montclair, NJ 07043

Last edited: August 12, 2010
Total records: 11

Immaculate Conception Cemetery was dedicated in 1895 and remains active. It was originally established by the Immaculate Conception Parish of the now Archdiocese of Newark of the Roman Catholic Church in Essex. It is now administered St. Theresa of Calcutta Parish. This cemetery lies largely in Essex County, with the north end of the cemetery in Passaic County.

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Barresse, Anthony Frank, b. 19 Jan 1912 Tarrytown NY, d. 20 Aug 1998, s/o (Andrea) Andrew and Mary Marcellino Barresse, [DN]
Barresse, Anthony Jr., b. 15 Apr 1935 Glen Ridge NJ, d. 12 Nov 1935, s/o Anthony Frank and Lucia Fastiggi Barresse, [DN]
Corbett, Mary, d. May 24, 2010, w/o Thomas J, [JB]
Corbett, Thomas J., b. 24 May 1918, d. 20 Jul 1975, h/o Mary Scofield, [JB]
Davis, Ethel Julie, b. 1892, d. 1960, s/w Howard Lee Davis, [JP]
Davis, Howard Lee, b. 1877, d. 1963, s/w Ethel Julie Davis, [JP]
Peed, Vivian P., b. 1897, d. 1977, s/w William E. Pomeroy, [JP]
Pomeroy, Isabelle R., b. 1870, d. 1944, s/w William E. Pomeroy, [JP]
Pomeroy, Kathleen Babbitt, b. 1900, d. 1969, s/w Robson Frank Pomeroy, [JP]
Pomeroy, Robson Frank, b. 1899, d. 1969, s/w Kathleen Babbitt, [JP]
Pomeroy, William E., b. 1865, d. 1943, s/w Isabelle R. Pomeroy, [JP]

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