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2nd English Presbyterian Churchyard
West Amwell Twp, Hunterdon County, New Jersey

37 Mount Airy Road
Lambertville, NJ 08530
(609) 397-2086

Lat: 40° 23' 35"N, Lon: 74° 54' 38"W

The church is a lovely, high-spired white building, well-maintained. The church was founded in the Village of Mount Airy, in 1734. Also known as Mount Airy Presbyterian Churchyard.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 13.

Contributor's Index:

Abbott, Alice, b. 31 Jul 1755, d. 10 Aug 1845, d/o John and Martha Akers, [DK]
Abbott, Catherine, b. 5 Mar 1739, d. 2 Feb 1823, m. William Abbott c.1758, [DK]
Abbott, John, b. 4 Jan 1759, d. 26 Jul 1840, m. Alice Akers 12 Feb 1779, s/o William and Catherine Abbott, Revolutionary War veteran, [DK]
Abbott, Rebecca, b. 3 Aug 1779, d. 4 Aug 1833, d/o William and Catherine Abbott, [DK]
Abbott, William, b. 4 Mar 1735, d. 13 Jan 1793, s/o James and Catherine (Brown) Abbott, treasurer and tax collector for Hunterdon County, [DK]
Agin, Jacob, b. Dec 17, 1818, d. Sep 25, 1921, [MR]
Agin, Sarah Wilson, b. Mar 21, 1864, age: 40yr, [MR]
Akers, Alice A., b. Apr 09, 1836, d. Jul 28, 1861, d/o Mahlon and Rebecca, [MR]
Akers, Catherine, b. Jun 10, 1830, d. Jul 12, 1921, d/o Daniel and Elizabeth, [MR]
Akers, F. F., no dates, Co H 6th NJ Inf, [MR]
Akers, Mahlon, b. Jun 28, 1804, d. Dec 18, 1886, [MR]
Akers, Oliver, d. Dec 30, 1813, s/o Daniel and Elizabeth, [MR]
Akers, Rebecca, b. May 25, 1801, d. Dec 14, 1881, w/o Mahlon, [MR]

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