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 Fairview Cemetery, Middletown, Monmouth, NJ, USA


Notes:
456 State Hwy 35, Red Bank, NJ 07701-5038
732-747-1710, Leo and Mary Foster, Managers
1855-Present, Records housed on-site, available for searches by office personnel only. 8-12 M-F


Cemetery Photos

   Thumb   Description 
1
Hyer, Helen Ruth 1946
Hyer, Helen Ruth 1946
Infant Daughter of Charles Harvey Hyer and Helen Virginia Walling 
2
Jennie Vaughan Walling
1881 - 1959
Jennie Vaughan Walling 1881 - 1959
Wife of Byron Jackson ~ Daughter of Henry J. Walling and Mary Jane Vaughan. 
3
June Picard 1919-2002
June Picard 1919-2002
Wife of Ralph Golden Walling 
4
Memorial Day 2009 Ceremony ~ Major Thomas SEABROOK ~ 1735-1805
Memorial Day 2009 Ceremony ~ Major Thomas SEABROOK ~ 1735-1805
Monmouth County, NJ Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) laid wreaths on the grave of Major Thomas Seabrook. Also pictured are the tombstones of his wife, Martha TALLMAN 1739-1828, his son Thomas SEABROOK 1772-1844 and his wife, Anne LONGSTREET 1780-1852. 
5
Nelson, Helen I. 1891-1944
Nelson, Helen I. 1891-1944
Wife of Charles H. Walling ~ Daughter of John (or Fred) Nelson & Anna Peterson. 
6
Walling, Charles Hendrickson  1890-1945
Walling, Charles Hendrickson 1890-1945
Husband of Helen I. Nelson ~ Son of Henry J. Walling & Mary Jane Vaughan. 
7
Walling, John Henry 
1874 - 1956
Boyd, Sadie B. (Sarah)
Walling, John Henry 1874 - 1956 Boyd, Sadie B. (Sarah)
Husband of Sarah Boyd ~ Son of Henry J. Walling sr and Mary Jane Vaughan. 

Headstones

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Major Thomas Seabrook 1735- 22 Feb 1805 ~ Sons of The American Revolution SAR marker at gravesite.
Major Thomas Seabrook 1735- 22 Feb 1805 ~ Sons of The American Revolution SAR marker at gravesite.
Husband of Martha Tallman ~ Son of Daniel Seabrook and Mary Brown ~ Revolutionary War Major in the First Regiment of Monmouth County, New Jersey ~ SAR marker placed July 2007. 
Located    Thomas Seabrook (d. 22 Feb 1805)
 
  

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