Books on Graveyards, Tomb Inscriptions, and Burials in Morris County. [Current town names noted.]
Berkshire Valley Presbyterian Church cemetery: tombstone inscriptions, 9 Dec. 1812 to 24 Sept. 1878 and records of burials and tombstone inscriptions 25 Sept. 1878 to 31 Aug. 1971. Compiled by Hector H. Brown. [Jefferson, NJ].
Bill of mortality [microform] : being a register of all the deaths which have occurred in the Presbyterian and Baptist congregations of Morris-town, New Jersey for thirty eight years past, containing (with but few exceptions) the cause of every decease this register for the first twenty-two years, 1806.
Cemetery records of the First Presbyterian Church of Succasunna, NJ, 1767-2000 [Roxbury, NJ]. This book contains the marriage, baptism and cemetery records of the First Presbyterian Church of Succasunna, NJ up to August 31, 2000.
Chambers, Kemper W. Evergreen Cemetery Tombstone inscriptions. Copied by Kemper Chambers. 1974-75.
Civil War soldiers buried in Evergreen Cemetery. [1996?].
Evergreen Cemetery (Morristown, N.J.) County burials, Section 43C, [196-?] Photocopy from record book of county burials, Section 43C, listing death dates 4/25/1953 to 6/10/1966.
Nineteenth century veterans buried in the Whippany cemetery, Hanover Township, New Jersey. Prepared by Vincent A. Augelli. 1987.
Fredericks Cemetery : research and documentation. This project was undertaken by Girl Scout Troop 48 of the Morris Area Girl Scout Council. [Kinnelon, NJ].
First Presbyterian Church records [microform] [S. l. : s. n.], 1743-1939. [Morristown, NJ].
First Presbyterian Church (Hanover, N.J.) Church members, marriages, and baptisms, at Hanover, Morris Co., NJ, during the pastorate of Rev. Jacob Green, and to the settlement of Rev. Aaron Condit. 1746-1796.
Genealogical index to Bill of mortality, 1768-1806 : being a register of all deaths which occurred in the Presbyterian and Baptist congregations of Morris-town, New Jersey / indexed by Brianne Kely-Bly. 1997.
Hanover Cemetery Gravestone Inscriptions, 1849-2002. Compiled by Scott Lutz. (CD-ROM).
The inscribed records : Flanders United Methodist Church Cemetery, The Flanders Presbyterian Church Cemetery and Flanders Hillside Cemetery as marked also by faded, missing or broken headstones [Mt. Olive, NJ]. Compiled by Victor William Jusino with Richard T. Irwin. Madison, N.J. : The Historiographers of New Jersey, 2005.
Inscriptions on the tomb stones and monuments in the grave yards at Whippany and Hanover, Morris County, N.J. William Ogden Wheeler, 1894.
Margeson, James E., Record of inscriptions, Walnut Grove Baptist Cemetery. [Randolph,NJ].
Mendham cemeteries old and new, Morris County, New Jersey [microform]: with inscriptions from the First Presbyterian churchyard [sic.] and the Mendham Cemetery Association, 1747/8 through 1948. Compiled and typed by Helen Martha Wright. 1952 [Mendham and Randolph, NJ].
Morris County burial grounds inventory. Prepared for the Morris County Historic Sites Committee by Edward J. Raser on behalf of the Genealogical Society of New Jersey. 1975
Morris County churches : 18th and 19th century: with a date of organization and a listing of such vital records and cemetery inscriptions as are available at the Morristown Library. Compiled by Barbara Hoskins.
New Jersey graveyard and gravestone inscriptions locators: Morris County. Compiled by Edward J. Raser. New Brunswick, NJ: Genealogical Society of New Jersey, c1994.
Records of the First Presbyterian Church of Succasunna, 18??- 2000 [Roxbury, NJ]. This book contains the marriage, baptism and cemetery records of the First Presbyterian Church of Succasunna, NJ, up to August 31, 2000.
Rockaway records of Morris County, N.J., families: Cemetery records, church history, military records, local history, genealogies of old families, nearly 20,000 data. By J. Percy Crayon, 1902.
Who’s who in the graveyard of the Presbyterian Church in Morristown: interments of record dating from 1731. Compiled by Scott Shepherd. 2d ed. 2002.
See also: Greenwood Cemetery (Boonton) Interment list(PDF, 196KB), from Morris County Genealogical Society (MAGS).