This collection contains historic cemetery records for the following, Bristol-area cemeteries: Bristol Cemetery (Volume I), Bristol Friends Meeting Burying Ground, St. James Episcopal Church Cemetery, St. Marks Churchyard Cemetery, and Tullytown Public Cemetery (Falls Township). A brief history of each cemetery is provided in addition to plot information.
It should be noted that "Original Record of the Bristol Cemetery Land Company, 1882-1929: Volume II" is available as a bound manuscript from the Grundy Archive and Grundy Library upon request (reference material only). Volume II contains information from the original record book, with additional information such as: place of birth, place of residence, death date, and section and lot number. It was compiled by Hazel Lamon, 1994.
various creators, with a majority of the records transcribed by Hazel Lamon
some edits and additions made to records by Grundy Archive volunteers Harold and Carol Mitchener
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General David Forman Chapter, DAR, Trenton, New Jersey
Hazel Lamon, Genealogical Records Chairman, Mrs. Donald Widdows, State Genealogical Records Chairman, Mrs. Edward A. Molenti, State Regent, Mrs. Eldred Martin Yochim, President General National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, Mrs. James Robert Greene, National Chairman, Genealogical Records Committee.1991