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Warren County, Ohio Virtual Cemetery Project
a project of the Warren County Genealogical Society a chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society
in partnership with the Warren County OHGenWeb Project.


New Jersey Presbyterian Church Cemetery
aka Carlisle Cemetery
Carlisle, Franklin Township, Warren County, Ohio

Index to Available Tombstone Photos
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z [no surname] [New Jersey Presbyterian Church Cemetery Home page]

The New Jersey Presbyterian Church was founded in 1813 with Rev. Francis Monfort serving as the 1st pastor.  A two acre parcel of land for the church and cemetery was provided by Daniel Dubois in the spring of 1815.  The first burial in the new churchyard was the infant son of Rev. Francis Monfort but others had been buried at the location as early as 1811.  The 1st church was used until 1867.  The second church, at the same location was used from December, 1867 until it was destroyed by fire on 5 December 1920.  A third church was built at the location and remains in use today.


looking north - west side of cemetery

Location:  
  • 780 Farview Drive, Carlisle, OH  45005. From Central Ave (SR 123) in Carlisle, go north 1/2 block on Jamaica Rd to northwest corner of Jamica Rd and Fairview Drive.
  • "Ohio Cemeteries 1803-2003" by the Ohio Genealogical Society , Cemetery #12223 [Carlisle-New Jersey Presbyterian Church Cemetery]
  • Coordinates: +39°35'6.31"N, - 84°19'28.78"W
  • TRS: Range 5 East Township 2 Section 28
Links:  
Transcriptions:  
  • D.A.R. Turtlecreek Chapter & Warren County Historical Society (available at the Historical Society Library)
    • Early Vital Records Volume 3, pages 61-72
    • Early Vital Records Volume 25, pages 52-73
  • Warren County Genealogical Society
    • Not currently listed in any of the Society Cemetery Books.  See on line Name Index provided by the Society.
    • A reading of the cemetery by Chester L. & Betty Dunn is on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society.
    • Gravestones have been photographed for the "Warren County Virtual Cemetery" Project by Dana Palmer of Lebanon, Ohio, by Veronica Clark of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvainia, by Larry W. Collins of Maineville, Ohio and by Jeff Updyke of Port Charlotte, Florida. All their photos have been added to this website. Their efforts will be incorportated into the new cemetery books planned by the society.
  • Other Known Transcriptions
    • Chamberlain, Charles E. New Jersey Presbyterian Church, 1813-1988, Carlisle, Ohio: 175 Years. Carlisle, Ohio (780 Fairview Dr., Carlisle 45005): The Church, 1988. Pages 162-168.
    • Carlisle Citizens, and Harriet E. Foley. Carlisle: The Jersey Settlement in Ohio, 1800-1980. Middletown, Ohio: Naegle-Auer Print. Co, 1980-1890. Pages 49 - 52.
      [the 1990 second edition of this book contains the reading of the cemetery by Chester L. & Betty Dunn listed above.]
    • Earl Gorsuch Spreadsheet dated Feb. 2005 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society. Contains name, lot No., Grave No. and lifespan dates.
Variant Names:  
  • Carlisle Cemetery

UNKOWN
U. S. SOLDIER

East - Row 1
 
  Carlisle Ramblers
Garden Club
1838 - 1963
West
 
   
  New Jersey Presbyterian Church Sign by
Arne H Trelvik
5 April 2009
 

Bell in front of the Church

McShane Bell Foundry
Henry McShane & Co.
Baltimore, Md.
1882

 


East End of Cemetery - looking northwest from Jamaica Road


New Jersey Presbyterian Church - looking northeast from Fairview Circle

West part of  Cemetery - looking north from Fariview Circle

Index to Available Tombstone Photos
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z [no surname] [New Jersey Presbyterian Church Cemetery Home page]
[To contribute your photos email them in jpg format to Arne H Trelvik with any other details that you would like to share]

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This page created 30 May 2008 and last updated 28 December, 2013
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