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Atlantic View Cemetery
Manasquan, Monmouth County, New Jersey

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Atlantic View Cemetery, Manasquan, NJ

GPS: 40.126612, -74.058386

49 Forest Ave
Manasquan, NJ 08736

Contributed by Anne West, Feb 11, 2001 [mail], last updated October 22, 2020
Total records: 9,841

Atlantic View Cemetery is a privately owned burial ground, owned and operated by Memorial Properties, based out of Marlboro Township, NJ.

Cemetery History

Atlantic View Cemetery started out as the burying ground for Ocean Hill Church, located on Church Street. The church dates back to 1842. In 1875, the Atlantic View Cemetery of Squan Village was organized and advertised plots of 20 by 16 feet. About this time an additional 10 acres were added to the burying ground from surrounding farmland.

Those involved in the cemetery's incorporation were the Rev. Elias D. Stultz, first resident pastor of the Manasquan Methodist Protestant Church, elected as president; Robert Pearce, vice president; William L. Brown, secretary and Elisha C. Errickson, treasurer.

Trustees of the association were Pitney Curtis, Robert Pearce, Andrew J. Longstreet, Nelson Taylor, William Curtis, and Joseph Wainwright. James Curtis also was present. The Rev. Stultz served as superintendent of the grounds.

Cemetery Records

Records below were compiled by Anne West using several sources, including tombstone inscriptions, sexton records, and information from Find a Grave. Information was also copied from a transcription compiled by Robert White, Jul 1967.

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