TOWN OF BERGEN
RED SCHOOL- HOUSE CEMETERY
This cemetery is east of North Bergen opposite No. 4 School in the southeast corner of Creamery Road and West Sweden Road. Someone has been taking care of it there is a fence around it and you can walk in it’s not overgrown with weed, vines and brush.
Ainsworth Elijah, d. September 28, 1828, @ 68y
Rebecca, wife of Elijah, d. March 29, 1855, @ 55y
Allen Amos, d. February 17, 1849, @ 83y A Soldier in the Revolutionary War of 1779
Mary, wife of Amos, d. February 14, 1831, @ 70y
Baker Nelson, son of Reuben & Erepia, d. June 23, 1829 @ 23y
Bescom Joel, d. January 29, 1854, @ 80y War of 1812
Rebecca, wife of Joel, d. February 8, 1854
Bissell Levi, b. January 29, 1776, d. November 22, 1847, @ 72y
Betsey, wife of Levi, b. August 26, 1778, d. February 2, 1853, @ 74y
Elmore Thirza, wife of Albert & daughter of Moses & Lydia A. Whitmore, d. February 17, 1844, @ 29y
Fancher David, d. September 5, 1836, @ 72y
Mary, wife of David, d. August 21, 1826, @ 54y
Mary, 2nd wife of David, d. March 21, 1832 @ 39y
Ida, d. January 24, 1851, @ 46y
Ford Olive, wife of Oliver, d. January 26, 1841, @ 48y
Gillet Rebeken, wife of William, d. April 29, 1833 @ 26y
Guthrie Lydia S., wife of Jonah, d. October 1, 1826, @ 28y
Mary B., wife of Jonah, d. July 4, 1862, @ 62y
Joel, son of David & Lydia, d. July 13, 1877, in the 24th year of age.
Hale Ezra A., d. May 9, 1842, @ 57y
Langdon Horace, d. March 7, 1854, @ 57y
LeBaron Dr. Lamuel, d. December 2, 1844, @ 41y
Lovejoy Josiah, d. February 2, 1844 @ 41y
Matoon Emeline P., daughter of William & Sarah P., d. September 11, 1812 (H. C. had the remains of his mother removed to Mt. Rest Cemetery.)
Sedgwick Emma, wife of Martin, d. November 24, 1848, @ 34y
Deborah, d. September 16, 1833, @ 84y buried on Fancher lot.
Swins Charles H., son of Isaac & Eleanor Swins, d. November 9, 1850, @ 4y
Throop Orange, Esq’r, d. January 3, 1823, @ 57y 22d
Abia, wife of Orange, d. January 18, 1836, @ 64y
Anna, wife of Benjamin, d. January or February 23, 1841, @ 38y
Levi, son of Benjamin & Anna (Illegible)
________, wife of Dan, d. May 6, 1821, @ 73y
Whelan Peter, d. November 24, 1837, @ 76y
One stone is completely shale, 4 to 6 stones all in the same shape with nothing on them.
Updated July 2000 by Dawn’s Genealogy & Printing Service, Dawn L. Pocockc-Dilcher a walk through the cemetery.
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