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Fairview Cemetery, Westfield, N.J.

FAIRVIEW CEMETERY, WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY

This historical cemetery has a black section where blacks are buried.  Since its founding in 1868, Fairview Cemetery of Westfield has faithfully served families with care, dignity and compassion. Fairview is a non-sectarian, non-profit organization, owned and operated solely for the benefit of its Property Owners. Ever since the first interment over 135 years ago the Cemetery has operated with great appreciation of the solemnity occasioned by the inevitability of death.

(c. FAIRVIEW CEMETERY & LAWRENCE E. WALKER)

FAIRVIEW CEMETERY (1861) CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS (U.S.C.T.) UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY (c. LAWRENCE E. WALKER FOUNDATION)

FAIRVIEW CEMETERY (1861) CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS (U.S.C.T.) UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY (c. LAWRENCE E. WALKER FOUNDATION)

FAIRVIEW CEMETERY (1861) CIVIL WAR SOLDIRES (U.S.C.T.) UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY (c. LAWRENCE E. WALKER FOUNDATION)

FAIRVIEW CEMETERY (1861) CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS (U.S.C.T.) UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY (c. LAWRENCE E. WALKER FOUNDATION)

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