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Princeton Cemetery, Princeton

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Cemetery · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Princeton Cemetery is located in Princeton, New Jersey, United States. It is owned by the Nassau Presbyterian Church. John F. Hageman in his 1878 history of Princeton, New Jersey refers to the cemetery as: "The Westminster Abbey of the United States."
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  • Many historic figures lay here. Aaron Burr probably the most famous. A wonderful place to walk, enjoying fresh air, the architecture memorials, read the tombstones and a romantic place that you can...  more »
  • There are some very old graves here and some famous people buried here. Worth a stroll. There is typically a map available that highlights some of the more popular headstones  more »
  • How is the soil there? Do you know how long the corps need to dissapear? Thanks ;)
  • Nice cemetery containing many notable burials including Aaron Burr, President Grover Cleveland, John Witherspoon, and Kurt Godel

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