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Coddington-Van Tuyl Cemetery
Warren, Somerset County, New Jersey

Liberty Corner & Liberty Village Rds
Warren, NJ

Lat: 40° 37' 12"N, Lon: 74° 33' 47"W

Contributed by Harold E. Holstein, Oct 31, 2004 [holsteinhe@msn.com]. Total records = 9.

This cemetery is located in a housing community called Liberty Village. On Liberty Village Road, turn onto Liberty Corner Road, it will be the first left that is a deadend street.

This private cemetery, had the first burial Circa 1803, and was owned and maintained by Ms. Laura Coddington who passed away shortly before I visited the area on Jul 24-26, 2004. It is not accepting burials.

The cemetery is surrounded by a small black iron fence with housing developments being built around it. It is situated approximately 50 feet adjacent the Mount. Horeb United Methodist Church, 42 Liberty Corner Road, Warren, NJ.

The name "Corrington" should possibly be "Coddington" in today's spelling. There were four stones that appeared to have writing on them, but they were too worn and too smooth to be readable.

- Harold E. Holstein

Corrington, Archibal, d. Apr 19, 1822, age: 66 years old
Corrington, John, b. 1761, d. 1844, Pvt, Somerset, Co Militia, Rev. War
Corrington, Mary, no dates, Wife of Archibal Corrington, writing illegible.
J. R., no dates, American Flag in ground.
Smith, Hannah, Mar 25, 1817, 34 years old, wife of John Smith
Vantuyl, Abraham, b. 1744, d. 1871, Ens. Somerset Co Militia, Rev. War.
Vantuyl, Isaac, Feb 03, 1803, 64 years old
Vantuyl, Margaret, d. Apr 26, 1836, Aged 82 years and 7 months, daughter of Abraham Vantuyl
Vantuyl, Mary, d. Apr 18, 1797, 36 years old, wife of Cap. Isaac Vantuyl

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