Tour Morristown's historic Graveyard this weekend

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headstoneOn Sunday, October 27, you can take a tour of the historic graveyard of Morristown. The tour begins inside the  Presbyterian Church of Morristown at 57 East Park Place and highlights the families that lived in Morristown in 1733. Learn about the history and architecture of the Church and about the early parishoners. Tour the graveyard which includes the graves of 135 Revolutionary War soldiers.

Pre-registration is required. Please call 973-631-5151. The tour will be offered on Sunday at 3:30 and at 4:30 and each tour lasts about an hour and costs $12 per person.

At dusk on Sunday, tour the third annual Pumpkin Illumination at the Vail Mansion at 110 South Street in Morristown. Carved pumpkins will be lit up by the reflective pool in front of the mansion as part of the Morristown Halloween celebration. 

These events are being co-sponsored by the Morris County Tourism Bureau, Schuyler-Hamilton House/D.A.R., and Morris Arts.

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Beth and Richard Witt
Long Island Cash Home Buyer - Huntington, NY
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1733... that's amazing... what an awesome toomstone... I am always amazed at the things that were made when folks had so little to make them with...

Oct 24, 2013 05:58 AM #1
Adrian Willanger
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Wayne and Jean, this actually sounds like a very good history lesson. I'm sure it will be very well attended. 

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