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REVOLUTIONARY WAR SITES IN UPPER SADDLE RIVER, NEW JERSEY

Upper Saddle River Revolutionary War Sites
OLD STONE CHURCH / SADDLE RIVER REFORMED CHURCH CEMETERY
(Also known as the Saddle River Low Dutch Reformed Cemetery)

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Saddle River Reformed Church Cemetery
481 East Saddle River Rd.
Map / Directions to the Upper Saddle River Reformed Church Cemetery

The cemetery contains the graves of at least eight Revolutionary War soldiers: [1]

David DeBaun
(Died December 13, 1820, aged 64)
Second Regiment, Orange County NY Militia

David Eckerson 
(January 23,1738 - March 12,1811)  
Second Regiment. Orange County NY Militia

Jacob C. Eckerson 
(February 10,1742 - June 7, 1838 )
Second Regiment, Orange County NY Militia

Thomas Eckerson 
(September 8, 1745 - September 25, 1818)
Private, NJ

Stephen Goetschius
(October 25, 1752 - January 16, 1837)

Abraham Haring
(1755- December 8,1832)
Second Regiment,. Orange County NY Militia

John Tallman
(September 3, 1751 - February 7, 1839)
Served in Sgt Hay's Regt. NY Militia

John Terhune
(June 4, 1753 - January 14, 1805)

Source Notes:

1. ^ Soldier names, dates, and military information drawn from gravestones and markers in the cemetery, and from information on the Old Stone Church Website.

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