Blawenburg Cemetery

Belle Mead-Blawenburg Road (Route 601)
NJ 08504

Blawenburg Cemetery

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This cemetery is located on a 3.35 acre lot. Its origin is unknown; the oldest legible marker is for Court Williamson, who died on January 5, 1805, and his wife, Ann, who died December 31, 1811. In 1859, the original cemetery was expanded by the addition of land donated by John Van Zandt to the Blawenburg Reformed Church, with the caveat that a certain number of lots would be reserved for the Van Zandt family. The Van Zandt family donated the additional land to the cemetery in 1884, 1911 and 1986. In 1911, the Blawenburg Cemetery Association was formed. The inscription on the stones in the cemetery have been recorded by the Geneological Society of New Jersey.


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