Newburgh/Newberg Cemetery
Ann Arbor Trail between Wayne and Newburgh Roads
City of Livonia, Wayne Co., Michigan
 

Copied by Sarah Ann Cochrane Chapter DAR
Plymouth-Northville
February 1932
Recopied by Laura J.Baumhart, Livonia
March 1975

 

***READ ME!! This is only an index! Complete information on these headstones are available through the reference section at Livonia Civic Center Library which is located on Five Mile Road just east of Farmington. THIS IS NOT A COMPLETE LISTING OF BURIALS -- NEWBURGH CEMETERY IS STILL ACTIVE -- THIS LIST ONLY CONTAINS BURIALS THAT TOOK PLACE PRIOR TO 1932!!*** 

ABBOT, Jane

ABBOT, Robert

ADAMS, Abner C.

ADAMS, Almira

ADAMS, Charles W.

ADAMS, Erastus

ADAMS, Julia

ADAMS, Mary Kingsley

ADAMS, Matilda

ADAMS, Micah

ADAMS, William Henry

ADAMS, William P.

ALEXANDER, Eliza

ALEXANDER, George C.

ALEXANDER, Matilda

ALEXANDER, Robert C.

ALLYN, Charles B.

ALLYN, Frances

ALLYN, Harriet

ALTENBURG, Angeline

ALTENBURG, Cornelia

ARMSTRONG, Achsah

ARMSTRONG, Emma F.

ARMSTRONG, Henrietta M.

ARMSTRONG, Jane

ARMSTRONG, J.H.

ARMSTRONG, Marcy

ARMSTRONG, Mary

ARMSTRONG, Perry

ARMSTRONG, Phebe C.

ARMSTRONG, Reuben Rev.

ARMSTRONG, Thomas

UNDER CONSTRUCTION--MORE TO COME LATER!

 

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This is the GAR monument that stands in the center of the cemetery.

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MICHIGAN HISTORICAL SITE NEWBURGH CEMETERY  An organization, later known as the Newburgh Union Cemetery Society, was formed on Nov. 23, 1832, to establish and maintain this cemetery, the first in the present city of Livonia. One grave, that of Salmon Kingsley, a veteran of the American Revolution who died in 1827, already existed here. In the century that followed, three other Revolutionary War veterans, more than fifty Civil War veterans and other early residents were buried here in these grounds, a treasured reminder of the pioneer era.

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