Laurel Grove Cemetery
Port Jervis, NY
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Founded by John Conkling in 1856, Laurel Grove was created during a time when cemeteries were not only a final resting place, but a place where the citizens could take a long walk or enjoy a carriage ride.

There are close to 14,000 burials in a beautiful park-like setting. The impressive monuments and mausoleums are a testament to the many prominent citizens who made it their final resting place.

The Tri-State Monument, a witness stone to the location of the New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania border, is located at the tip of the cemetery where the Neversink and Delaware Rivers converge.
Among the more than 14,000 people buried in cemetery there must be at least a few unsettled souls. Who is the lady in the white gown who has been seen floating through the cemetery? Look for Tour Dates in the near future.

As an admirer of the Laurel Grove Cemetery you can be our partner in helping us to ensure its future. This year Laurel Grove will be embark-ing on important projects that cannot be completed without the help of our friends and donors. Your donations will assist Laurel Grove as we look to local and national foundations to assist in preserving the cemetery, and for assistance in repairing the beautiful historic monu-ments that are beyond our normal upkeep.

Laurel Grove's funding and ongoing support comes from YOU. Make a contribution today and ensure this Historic Landmark is thriving for generations to come.

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Laurel Grove Cemetery
PO Box 207
Port Jervis, New York 12771-0207

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