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[ back ]With Great HonorAnd RespectWe Proudly SaluteThos Who ServedIn Our NationsArmed Forces[ front ]Dedicated ByAmerican LegionAuxiliaryDept. Of New JerseyAmy FlahertyState President Vietnam · Korea · World War II · World War I
In Grateful Tribute The CitizensOf Paramus Honor The DefendersOf Our Country During All Wars For God And Country World War IDaniel Youmans World War IICornelius Blokand · Jacob J. Cleenput · Garret T. Cooper, Jr. · L. M…
This Tablet ErectedIn Honor OfOur Heroic CitizensWho Have Given Their LivesFor This Country
George WashingtonKneeling in PrayerbyDonald DeLueErected in Commemorationof theFiftieth Anniversaryof theGeorge WashingtonMemorial ParkCemetery Association1939 - 1989
The Flame of Hope was conceived by His Honour Judge John M. Seneshen, and stands as a symbol for all persons suffering from diabetes around the world. This flame will burn continuously and only be extinguished when it can be declared that a cure f…
Pre-Revolutionary homestead of David Terhune (1713-1792), weaver and patriot official who served as Freeholder from New Barbadoes Township 1779 to 1785; and of his son, John D. Terhune, a Freeholder in 1787. Farm raided by British four times durin…
The Indian name given this community by its Dutch settlers means "fields of wild turkeys". A fertile farming area, Paramus was familiar ground to both the British and American armies during the Revolution. Formerly a part of Midland Township, Para…
The historic cemetery directly in the rear of the Behnke farm contains the graves of descendants of early settlers in this area including a least two local farmer-militiamen of the American Revolution, Jacobus Brouwer and Henry Banta, as well as t…
Built by Jacobus Rutan, a farmer, on 32 acres of land about 1794-95. In 1800 his widow and son sold the house to Cornelius H. Zabriskie, a blacksmith and farmer. In 1856 he deeded the house to his grandson, Cornelius Zabriskie Terhune, also a farm…
Built on the farm of his grandfather, Christian J. Zabriskie, who bought the property in 1775. Tradition places a house on the site in 1792 but the present stone dwelling was probably built in the early 1800's and occupied by Stephen T. Zabriskie.…