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New Jersey Cemetery Records
Graveyard Records of the True Reformed Church, Montville, New Jersey on Changebridge Road Also known as the Seceder CemeteryContibuted by Kevin Riley on 22 Feb. 2001
In Memory of Catharine/ Wife of Abraham N. Vreeland died Jan. 10, 1838 aged 33y/11m/22d John F. Smith 1857-1899
In Memory of Catharine E./Wife of William H. Smith
In Memory of Martin I. Young/ July 31, 1855/ 56y/7m/20d also infant son of Isaac and Anne Young
Erected to the memory of Rachel Vreeland/Wife of Martin J. Young/ Born Nov. 1, 1798/Died Nov.1, 1828 aged 30 years.
In Memory of Mary, wife of Henry Vreeland who died March 30, 1826 aged 57y/1m/16d
In Memory of Henry Vreeland who died September 29, 1818/ Age 57y and 27d
In Memory of Peter Duryea who departed this life May 21, 1813/Age 80y/1m/17d (C.Grant, Newark)
In Memory of Rachel Zabriskie wife of Peter Duryea who departed this life August 27, 1813/ age 78y/1m/17d (C. Grant, Newark)
Elizabeth wife of Josiah Zabriskie/ Born Jan. 19, 1800 Died April 8, 1886
Josiah Zabriskie/ Born Dec. 23, 1798/Died Feb.22, 1875
Abram H. Zabriskie/ 1821-1904/ His wife Cecelia M. Dixon/1821-1902
Emma daughter of A.H. and C.M. Zabriskie/Died Sept. 18, 1857/Age 3m/19d
John son of Abraham and Celia M. Zabriskie/ Died March 18, 1851/ Age 2y/2m/8d
Josiah son of Josiah and Elizabeth Zabriskie/ Died Oct 21, 1831/ Age 12y/9m/26d
Samuel W. son of Abraham H. and Celia M. Zabriskie/ Died Feb. 19, 1859
In Memory of William Henry son of William L. and Mary Morrison/ who died March 17, 1816/ age 16y/3m/21d
In Memory of Clarissa Demot daughter of William L. and Mary Morrison/ who died Aug 10, 1812/ Age 1y/8m
Our Mother Elizabeth Mourison died Sept. 2 1879/ Age 83y/1d
Others buried there:
Jane , wife of William Vanhouten
Phebe Ann Zeliff
Henry Foot M-----
Child of John and Margaret DeMott
Child of Ab. and Sarah Jacobus
Child of Martin Young
Henry Mowerson (Mourison) (my ancestor-KR) Died 18 Jan. 1835/ Age 82y/6m/18d (courtesy of Dick Van Duyne)
Marous Mowerson (poss. Henry's brother who died 1820. This land was used as a cemetery before it became the True Reformed Cemetery-KR)
Child of John H.V. Vanduyne
Child of John H.V. Vanduyne
Child of Cornelius Bush (Copied from the Church Record as in 1935)
The schism between the 'True' and 'Reformed' Dutch Churches centered on the Coetus party which wanted ministers ordained in the New World and desired separation from the classis of Amsterdam , while the Conferentie party wanted Dutch doctrine and values and tended to form the 'True Reformed' Churches. It was known as the 'Seceder' church.
Falling on hard times, the building was sold and moved to use as a shed. Dick Van Duyne says the cemetery is abandoned and overgrown.
The schism between the 'True' and 'Reformed' Dutch Churches centered on the Coetus party which wanted ministers ordained in the New World and desired separation from the classis of Amsterdam , while the Conferentie party wanted Dutch doctrine and values and tended to form the 'True Reformed' Churches. It was known as the 'Seceder' church. Falling on hard times, the building was sold and moved to use as a shed. Dick Van Duyne says the cemetery is abandoned and overgrown.
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