William Wright 1751 -1811 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave This burying-ground is very convenient of access, being not more than one hundred yards from the West Collingswood Station on the Reading Railway. The original Newton Burying-ground, together with an additional plot of one acre which was given for the purpose in 1791 by James Sloan, is enclosed with a substantial stone wall, and is the most impressive relic of the first settlement of that section of New Jersey. Standing at the lower edge, on the banks of the creek, one can readily imagine that the spot has changed little in appearance since the early days. The creek at this point is quite wide, and the wooded hill-sides which remain suggest the heavy forests which originally covered them. The rough stones which marked the graves of those who were first buried in the plot have largely disappeared, and for many years it was not the custom of Friends to erect tombstones of any kind. Numerous descendants of the early settlers, however, are there buried, and among the well-known families whose names may be found inscribed on the tombstones are: Hugg, Collins, Collings, Howell, Clayton, Heritage, Christy, Bickham, Davis, Ogden, Sloan, Ellis, Albertson, Smiley, Jones, Thackeray, Watson, Cooper, Redfield, White, Knight. The oldest stone in the yard appears to be that of: Mary Heritage, who died September 16, 1768, in her 18th year.

 

William Knight 1750 – 1797 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Slizabeth M Redfield
Robert Henry 1825 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Priscilla H Redfield 1904
Matilda O Redfield
Mary Powell 1808 – 1909
Maria B Redfield
Josiah Albertson Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Joseph Zane Collings 1763 – 1818 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Joseph Wolohorn Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Joseph Githens Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Joseph C Albertson Sr 1750 – 1831 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
John T Thackera 1827 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
John T Dill 1762 – 1845 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
John Redfield 1880
John Heritage 1740 – 1817 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Edward Zane Collings Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
James Sloane 1748 – 1831 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
James Coulter 1745 – 1811 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Jacob Evaul Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Jacob Evaul 1746 – 1838 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Jacob Albetson Sr Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Jacob Albertson Jr 1751 – 1806 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Isaac Albertson 1763 – 1823 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Isaac Albertson 1763 – 1823 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
George Budd !737 – 1815 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Ephraim Albertson 1742 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
Edward Zane Collings 1763 – 1820 Revolutionary War Soldiers Grave
David Henry 1779 – 1826 WAR OF 1812 Soldiers Grave
Anna M Collings 1848 – 1930 ?
Ann Redfield 1889
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground 1782 – 1827
Revolutionary Soldier
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
Old Newton Friends Burial Ground
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