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Elmwood Cemetery, North Brunswick, NJ

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Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. He and Elmwood’s founders had a vision to create a beautiful final resting place for the deceased and a tranquil place of reflection for the visitor. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com Elmwood Cemetery, North Brunswick, Old Cemeteries, Rest In Peace, The Visitors, New Jersey, Old And New, Reflection, United States

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. He and Elmwood’s founders had a vision to create a beautiful final resting place for the deceased and a tranquil place of reflection for the visitor. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. He and Elmwood’s founders had a vision to create a beautiful final resting place for the deceased and a tranquil place of reflection for the visitor. Mausoleum of the Johnson Family, founders of New Brunswick-based Johnson & Johnson Company. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com Johnson Family, Johnson And Johnson, Elmwood Cemetery, North Brunswick, The Visitors, Funeral, Reflection, Victorian, Club

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. He and Elmwood’s founders had a vision to create a beautiful final resting place for the deceased and a tranquil place of reflection for the visitor. Mausoleum of the Johnson Family, founders of New Brunswick-based Johnson & Johnson Company. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. This is the Wolfson Family Egyptian-Revival style vault. Within is Louis Wolfson, son of Aaron Wolfson, the founder of Wolfson's clothing store, New Brunswick, NJ and Louis' family. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com Elmwood Cemetery, North Brunswick, Vaulting, Victorian Homes, Egyptian, Club, History, Garden, Clothing

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. This is the Wolfson Family Egyptian-Revival style vault. Within is Louis Wolfson, son of Aaron Wolfson, the founder of Wolfson's clothing store, New Brunswick, NJ and Louis' family. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. It was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. Family plot for Rev. Jacob Jones Janeway. He was ordained a Presbyterian minister in 1799 and served as Pastor of the 2nd Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia from 1799 - 1828. Director of the Princeton Theological Seminary from 1813 - 1830 and 1840 - 1858. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com Elmwood Cemetery, North Brunswick, Philadelphia, Victorian, Club, Garden, Design, Style, Pastor

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. It was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. Family plot for Rev. Jacob Jones Janeway. He was ordained a Presbyterian minister in 1799 and served as Pastor of the 2nd Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia from 1799 - 1828. Director of the Princeton Theological Seminary from 1813 - 1830 and 1840 - 1858. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. He and Elmwood’s founders had a vision to create a beautiful final resting place for the deceased and a tranquil place of reflection for the visitor. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com Elmwood Cemetery, North Brunswick, The Visitors, Statue Of Liberty, Reflection, Victorian, Club, History, Create

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. He and Elmwood’s founders had a vision to create a beautiful final resting place for the deceased and a tranquil place of reflection for the visitor. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. Mausoleum of Christopher Meyer, a German immigrant who invented the first steam boiler for rubber processing. He helped start the New Brunswick Rubber Company and founded the North British Rubber Company, a forerunner of the Michelin Company. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com Elmwood Cemetery, North Brunswick, Steam Boiler, Statue Of Liberty, German, British, Victorian, Club

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. Mausoleum of Christopher Meyer, a German immigrant who invented the first steam boiler for rubber processing. He helped start the New Brunswick Rubber Company and founded the North British Rubber Company, a forerunner of the Michelin Company. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. He and Elmwood’s founders had a vision to create a beautiful final resting place for the deceased and a tranquil place of reflection for the visitor. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com Elmwood Cemetery, North Brunswick, The Visitors, Reflection, Victorian, History, Create, Garden, Beautiful

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. He and Elmwood’s founders had a vision to create a beautiful final resting place for the deceased and a tranquil place of reflection for the visitor. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. He and Elmwood’s founders had a vision to create a beautiful final resting place for the deceased and a tranquil place of reflection for the visitor. This is the Rowland family plot. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com Elmwood Cemetery, North Brunswick, The Visitors, Statue Of Liberty, Garden Sculpture, Reflection, Victorian, History, Create

Elmwood Cemetery, established in 1868, spans New Brunswick and North Brunswick, NJ. Elmwood Cemetery was designed as a Victorian Garden Cemetery by the prominent, New Brunswick architect, George Parsell. He and Elmwood’s founders had a vision to create a beautiful final resting place for the deceased and a tranquil place of reflection for the visitor. This is the Rowland family plot. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com