North Branch Reformed Church

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The North Branch Reformed Church is a historic church located on the eastern side of the North Branch of the Raritan River in North Branch, New Jersey at 203 New Jersey Route 28. It was formed by expansion from the Readington Reformed Church. The church was organized on September 10, 1825. The first church was built in 1826 and later rebuilt in 1874. The North Branch Reformed Church Cemetery is located nearby on the western side of the North Branch along Vanderveer Avenue. It is on the old farm of the Ten Eyck family, where about one acre was sold to the church c. 1830.

Notable burials

Jacob Ten Eyck (1693 (1693) – October 26, 1753(1753-10-26) (aged 59–60)), son of Matthias Ten Eyck (1658–1741) from Old Hurley, Ulster County, New York Jacob Ten Eyck ((1733-08-25)August 25, 1733 – November 7, 1794(1794-11-07) (aged 61)), son of Jacob Ten Eyck (1693–1753), a captain in the American Revolutionary War
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