In the beginning there were three Christy Funeral Homes. Three brothers, Daniel, Raymond and Matthias each studied embalming and became funeral directors. It was during the 1890s that they each located their businesses in three different...
Funeral Homes in Heislerville, NJ
Below you fill find all funeral homes and cemeteries in or near Heislerville.
Suburbs of Heislerville: Thompson Beach.
Zip codes in the city: 08324.
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The DeMarco-Luisi Funeral Home has been in Vineland for generations, serving area families since the day the original DeMarco Funeral Home opened on Wood Street in 1929. Years later, when the DeMarco brothers separated, the business was moved to...
Since 1897, four generations of the Freitag family have provided the finest quality funeral services to all faiths in the Bridgeton area. The funeral home is widely recognized throughout the state as one of the finest facilities used as a funeral...
Boakes Funeral Home, Inc. has been a family-owned and operated business serving the Township of Hamilton and Atlantic County Area since 1960. We pride ourselves on dedicated service with affordability and dignity. Through the changes in our...
Mr. Elisha Steelman Adams was a carpenter and undertaker. He directed funerals from his home in 1902 at 21 South Second Street, which was across from the old railroad station in 1800.
Five years later he and his wife, Anna S. Blackman moved to a...
Upon graduation from the Eckel's College of Mortuary Science in 1963, Michael J. Ambruso has served in funeral service in the Dover area opening his own facilities in 1969.Since that time it has been the purpose of this firm to render thoughtful...
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Facts about Heislerville, New Jersey
Heislerville is located in Cumberland County, New Jersey, United States. It is a small community in Maurice River Township. Heislerville's population as of the 2010 census is 451. There are approximately 200 housing units in its approximate nine mile radius of which 8.1657 square miles is land and 0.0177 square miles is water. The little town borders the Maurice River and the Delaware Bay; bayshore areas are East Point and the, now flooded by the state of New Jersey for use as a bird watch conservatory, Thompson's Beach. The East Point Lighthouse was built in 1894, located on the northern side of Delaware Bay at the mouth of the circuitous Maurice River. The lighthouse is a restful place to fish or hike and is open a few days every year. It is still a working light house but remotely, it has not been manned for years.Today, aside from truck gardens, small fishing operations, and a couple of marina's on state leased land off Matt's Landing Road; the town has no shops or businesses. The major employer of townspeople is the state of New Jersey as Maurice River Township is home to three prisons; Bayside, South Woods, and Southern State. In addition to the church, located within the town limits are the Heislerville Volunteer Fire Company and the Heislerville Town Hall.
It was reported on June 1st, 2017 that Arlington Spence "Bud" Higgenbothem passed on in Flushing, New York. Higgenbothem was 92 years old and was born in Heislerville, NJ. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Arlington Spence "Bud"'s life.
It was written by The Daily Journal on March 21st, 2017 that Rhoda Tomlin (Cox) passed away in Heislerville, New Jersey. Ms. Tomlin was 87 years old. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Rhoda's life.
It was written by The Daily Journal on January 31st, 2017 that Sue Marie Bachman passed on in Heislerville, New Jersey. Bachman was 60 years old. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Sue Marie's life.
It was disclosed by The Daily Journal on October 18th, 2016 that George W Camp died in Heislerville, New Jersey. Camp was 71 years old. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor George W's life.
It was written by The Daily Journal on December 15th, 2014 that Kathleen A "Kay" Peterson (Polhamus) died in Heislerville, New Jersey. Ms. Peterson was 67 years old. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Kathleen A "Kay"'s life.
It was disclosed by The Daily Journal on July 8th, 2013 that Linda Kay Peterson passed away in Heislerville, New Jersey. Peterson was 65 years old. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Linda Kay's life.
It was reported by The Daily Journal on April 13th, 2013 that Sean R Bonney passed on in Heislerville, New Jersey. Bonney was 26 years old. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Sean R's life.
It was revealed by The Daily Journal on April 13th, 2013 that Seth R Bonney passed on in Heislerville, New Jersey. Bonney was 26 years old. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Seth R's life.
It was noted by The Daily Journal on April 12th, 2013 that Jerry T Bottorf perished in Heislerville, New Jersey. Bottorf was 46 years old. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Jerry T's life.
It was written on January 16th, 2013 that Eleanor Hutton (Butcher) passed away in Salisbury, North Carolina. Ms. Hutton was 95 years old and was born in Heislerville, NJ. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Eleanor's life.
The village of Heislerville and its surroundings were known for their oystering industry until around 1957, when a parasitic disease called MSX crippled the oyster population of the river. As of the United States 2000 Census, the township population was 6,928.
Originally called Wahatquenak by the local Lenni Lenape Native Americans in the United States Americans, the Maurice River is said to be named for a local legend, in which a Dutch ship on the river, the Prince Maurice, was sunk by the local Native Americans in 1657. Port Elizabeth was established as a port of delivery by an Act of Congress in 1789, and trade was done directly with the West Indies for several years, until the 1830s, when trading was done more with Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and New York City. The land was surveyed by John Worledge and Thomas Budd, and the village of Dorchester was laid out. Dorchester and Leesburg were known for shipbuilding industry, and the 'A.J.
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