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Hunterdon County, NJ Cemetery Records

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Hunterdon County, located in the state of New Jersey, boasts a rich history that is reflected in its cemetery records. With its origins dating back to the early 18th century, Hunterdon County is known for its quaint small towns and pastoral landscapes, making it a popular destination for history enthusiasts and genealogical researchers alike.

Hunterdon County's cemetery records also serve as a valuable resource for genealogical research. They provide vital clues for tracing family histories, connecting generations, and uncovering long-lost ancestors. Researchers can use cemetery records to piece together family relationships, uncover forgotten burial sites, and gain insights into the social and economic conditions of the time.

Cemetery records published here were acquired from Hunterdon County, NJ cemeteries, churches, municipalities, associations and genealogists specifically for family history and local history research.

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Hunterdon County Cemeteries

Downloadable Files

  • pdf Tombstone Inscriptions From Hunterdon County Cemeteries, (10.7 MB), 1917, Hiram Edmund Deats - Transcriptions from nine cemeteries... 1. Allerton M.E. Church Cemetery, 2. Sandy Ridge Cemetery, 3. Newell Burying Ground, 4. Sergeantsville M.E. Church Cemetery, 5. Voorhees Burying Ground, 6. Wyckoff Burying Ground, 7. Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, 8. Mount Airy Cemetery, 9. Larison's Corner Cemetery.

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