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Evergreen Cemetery (Hillside, New Jersey)


Evergreen Cemetery (Hillside, New Jersey)


Evergreen Cemetery and Crematory is a cemetery and crematorium located at 1137 North Broad Street, Hillside, Union County, New Jersey. Parts of it are in Hillside, Elizabeth, and Newark.

The cemetery is listed on both the New Jersey Register and the National Register of Historic Places, since 1991.

Notable graves include authors Stephen Crane, Mary Mapes Dodge and Edward Stratemeyer. Six former U.S. Congressmen (including one who became Senator) and one non-voting delegate (from Alaska) are buried there as well.

The cemetery also is known for having a section of plots devoted to Roma (Gypsy) families.

It is adjacent to Weequahic Golf Course.

King of the Gypsies was filmed there with Shelley Winters.

Notable interments

See also

  • List of cemeteries in New Jersey
  • List of people from New Jersey

References

External links

  • Evergreen Cemetery (Hillside, New Jersey) Website
  • Evergreen Cemetery and Crematory at Find a Grave
  • Interment information at the Political Graveyard

Evergreen Cemetery (Hillside, New Jersey)


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