REVOLUTIONARY WAR VETERANS
BURIED AT
BELLEVILLE REFORMED CHURCH

George Van Riper

From "The Castle Genie,"
Newsletter of The Passaic County Historical Society
Genealogy Club
Vol. 9 No. 4

The following is a list of the Revolutionary Soldiers buried in the rear of Belleville Reformed Church, Belleville, New Jersey:

John BAYLEY

Henry BROWN

Isaac BROWN

John BROWN

Henry CADMUS

Isaac CADMUS

John P. CADMUS

John H. CADMUS

Peter CADMUS

Lt. Col. Thomas CADMUS

James CAMPBELL

Neward COHEN

Capt. Amos DODD

Thomas DOREMUS

Anthony FRANCISCO

John FRANCISCO

Jacob FREELAND

John GARLAND

Garrabrant GARRABRANTS

John HARRISON

James HORNBLOWER

Josiah HORNBLOWER

James JACOBUS

John JACOBUS

Henry JACOBUS

Richard JACOBUS

Capt. Henry JORALEMON

Helmich JORALEMON

Lt. Capt. James JORALEMON

Capt. John KEDNEY

Abram KING

Aurey KING

John KINK

William KING

Isaac KINGSLAND

John LUKER

Joseph MILLER

William NIXON

Ensign John PEER

Jacob PIER

Jacob RIKER

Daniel RUTAN

Capt. Thomas SEIGLER

Capt. Abraham SPEER

Capt. Cornelius SPEER

Capt. Henry SPEER

Francis SPEER

Lt. Herman SPEER

James SPEER

John SPEER

John SPEER

Lt. John SPIER ,Jr.

Christian STIMETS

Daniel TUERS

Thomas VAN RIPER

Simeon VAN WINKLE

Michael VREELAND

Capt. Ezekial WADE

Samuel WARD

John WENNE

The Belleville Reformed Church was organized in 1697, becoming a National Historic Site in 1981. In 1927, the Daughters of the American Revolution honored these Revolutionary War soldiers buried in the rear of the church with a plaque bearing their names. Today the plaque is located in the vestibule of the church.

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