The following information was donated by Joseph W. Hammond to the Monmouth County Historical Association Library:

The Holmes Family Burying Ground is located on the west side of Rt. 34, just north of Rt. 520. In 1995 it was badly overgrown. In 2009, it was still overgrown, not visible from the highway. The location of this cemetery is south of Care 1 Nursing Home.

Conover, Maria Louisa Holmes, d. 10/16/1867, 41y5m14d, wife of S. Ely;
Holmes, Anna, d. 1/12/1809, 12y6d;
Holmes, Captain John, d. 3/26/1804, 73y7m29d;
Holmes, Deborah L., b. 2/1/1801, d. 11/2/1872, wife of John H.;
Holmes, John H., b. 8/7/1800, d. 12/8/1871;
Holmes, John S., d 8/15/1821, 58y7m11?d;
Holmes, Jonathan, d. 11/16/1811 or 1814, 11?y9m16?d, broken stone;
Holmes, Rhoda Van Mater, d. 1/20/1838, 45y11m.
Throckmorton, Sarah, d. 8/24/1805, 86y2d, wife of John, sister of Captain John;
_, Sarah, d. 8/24/1824, 57y5m19d, consort of John S. Holmes, brownstone.

Joynson is available for further research on a commissionable basis at Monmouth County Genealogy Research Services or you can email me, or you can call (732) 239-0118. References available.

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Last updated August 2009.