Flower Hill Cemetery, North Bergen

Flower Hill Cemetery, North Bergen

Infobox_cemetery
name = Flower Hill Cemetery



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established = 1873
country = USA
location = North Bergen, New Jersey
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Flower Hill Cemetery is located in North Bergen, New Jersey. cite web |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=d9FQ9CHvAXIC&q |title=Annual report of the Department of Health of the State of New Jersey. |accessdate=2007-08-26 |quote=The application of the Flower Hill Cemetery Company to the township committee of the township of North Bergen, for the enlargement of said cemetery, ... |year=1923 ] [cite book |last= |first= |authorlink= |coauthors= |title=Hoboken |year= |publisher=Arcadia Publishing |quote=... fire victims made its way down Washington Street; then, the dead were interred in a separate grave area at the Flower Hill Cemetery in North Bergen. ... | url= |isbn=0738537306 ] [cite web |url=http://www.weirdnj.com/stories/_cemetery05.asp |title=Pyramid Tomb |accessdate=2007-08-26 |quote=When entering Flower Hill cemetery of North Bergen, the first thing you'll notice is most of the hallowed ground is taken up by mausoleums -- stately turn-of-the-century cemetery abodes for the one time rich and famous pyramid tomb. One structure that stands out from the rest is the pyramid mausoleum of the family Harms. A tomb in which even the Pharaohs would've been proud to be interred. |publisher=Weird NJ ] It is cojoined with Hoboken Cemetery, North Bergen and Machpelah Cemetery. [cite book |last= Van Winkle |first=Daniel |authorlink= |coauthors= |title=History of the Municipalities of Hudson County, 1630-1923 |year=1923 |publisher= |quote= | url= |isbn=0832850675 ]

Notable burials

*Decatur Dorsey (1836-1891) Civil War Medal of Honor recipient
*Frank J. Bart (1883-1961) World War I Medal of Honor recipient
*Christian Woerner (1825-1881) Civil War Union Army Officer

References

External links

* [http://www.findagrave.com/php/famous.php?page=city&FScityid=95979 Findagrave: Burials in North Bergen, New Jersey]


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