Upcoming Special Events


Calling all Middle and High School Students!  And their parents!!!

A new program this September, focusing on Friendship, Fun, and Faith Formation.  Our youth will learn about the Scriptures, about the beliefs of the Christian Faith, and will begin preparation for Confirmation.

Our Kick-Off meeting will be Sunday, September 24th from 5pm to 7pm. We will lay out the program, share a meal together, and start getting to know one another. Beginning in October we will meet twice a month, the second and fourth Sundays. For this initial meeting, we invite our parents/guardians to join their teens in attending and having supper with us. Please RSVP by email (christchurchshrewsbury@verizon.net)or call the Church Office (732-741-2220) so we can plan accordingly.

Ongoing Special Events


Beginning Saturday, June 8th at 5pm, Christ Church will again be holding service outdoors each Saturday throughout the summer. Mass on the Grass is Holy Eucharist with a casual setting.  Bring your own lawn chair! The music, liturgy, and dress will all be less formal than what you will find on a Sunday morning. An altar is set up at the south end of the little strip at the back of our parking lot waiting your arrival. This service is meant for all the family; bring a blanket for the kids to sit on, and a toy or two, as well. Pets welcome as well. We will provide everything else.


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Moravian chicken pies

Moravian Pies are once again available!  You can pick one up on Sundays or during office hours until we are sold out!  They are also available at our Holiday Bazaar on December 7th and 8th. See information about the Lantern Tour and Holiday Bazaar elsewhere on the web site.

Our last batch of pies sold like hot cakes!  Each pie serves four generously and comes to you at a low cost of $14.00.   Pies come frozen and ready to go straight into your freezer or into your oven. Never had a Moravian Chicken Pie? They are similar to a chicken pot pie – however they do not contain any of those pesky vegetables your mother so wanted you to eat.  Simply dark and light meat chicken with a sprinkling of salt, pepper, butter, and just enough flour to turn its own juices into a light gravy.


Jen and Danielle, conservators from Jablonski Building Conservation are working on the next set of 16 gravestones to be restored. Here they are seen working on the base attachment for the gravemarker of Shepard Kollock.



For some years we have had a self-guided tour brochure for visitors wishing to view the inside of our historic church. Now we are pleased to have a similar guide for the graveyard. This beautifully designed and informative brochure guides the visitor to many of the interesting graves and gravemarkers in our remarkable cemetery. The brochure contains information about some of the notable personages interred in the graveyard and images of some of the artistry exhibited on a number of interesting gravemarkers. These are all located on a map of the graveyard.

This brochure was created by five students in a graduate class in Public Archaeology taught by Dr. Richard Veit at Monmouth University. The students used information from our graveyard records including the Genealogy of the Graveyard, the scripts for the Costumed Graveyard portrayals, and the survey map of the graveyard. They then selected the specific personages and gravemarker artistry and synthesized these into this beautiful booklet.

Some of these brochures are in the narthex. In addition, at the July 1 Independence Day service, this brochure was distributed and described by Bob Kelly in a “virtual” tour in the nave.

Self-guided graveyard tour

For those who wish to take this self-guided tour the graveyard is always open. The brochure is available in the parish office, usually open from 9 am to 2 pm on Tu-Fr. There is also a brochure holder attached to the arbor at the juncture of the parking lot and the brick walkway.

Queeni Caay Scholarship

Queeni Caay Scholarship

Walter Dein is a Christ Church parishioner who has been involved with an outreach program in the Philippines providing financial support for children in need. Queeni Caay, a high school student, is one such student and one with special financial needs. Here is her story.

Queeni grew up in a palm reed weaved shanty with her grandmother and younger brother on the tiny island of Dinagat, Philippines.  Her father left even before she was born, and her mother works as a live-in house maid in the distant City of Davao where she could not include her children.

When Queeni was 13 and her brother, Howard, was 8 their elderly grandmother died. This left young Queeni in charge of Howard and herself. During this time, it was Queeni attending Howard’s parent teacher conferences and concentrating on her own studies.  Undernourished and nearly overwhelmed by her circumstances, Queeni contracted a very serious case of Typhoid fever. The doctor said if she had waited any longer to seek medical help she would have died. Sadly, the disease has left her heart valves scarred and as she grows, this gradually puts an increased strain on her damaged heart.

She is active in Girl Scouts and with her own undertaking, she has organized and leads a growing weekly Bible study for her school. At one point the school authorities had considered stopping the Bible study until the students petitioned to allow it to continue and the teaching staff recognized the good and positive influence it was making on the students.

With no fatherly support what so ever, and an impoverished mother who is barely earning enough to support herself, Queeni saw no possibility of attend college even with her impressive achievements. She tried applying for scholarships, but the possibility of attending college was just an elusive dream.

Queeni graduates this spring. She is an active member of the school yearbook committee. College begins in June.

Through Christ Church, a scholarship fund has been established to help cover her college costs, beginning with an annual tuition of $800.



Four videos describing various perspectives of Christ Church have been created. These videos provide information about the Church and feature aerial video of the Church building and surrounding graveyard.

The videos were taken by Jeff Smith, videographer from Atlantic Highlands and composed By Amanda Kontor. Amanda was a student intern from Monmouth University and a Communications major. She has now graduated and is attending graduate school at the University of Vienna.

Introduction to Christ Church: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rt7AdNj1hk8

Christ Church History: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ggFsBpID8g

The Christ Church Graveyard: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Im51q2bw6sk

Our Spiritual Life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dM5dlJU6dS4

Girl’s Friendly Society

 2017 – 2018

 Kind Heart, Fierce Mind and Brave Spirit

GFS is open to all girls ages 5 through 21

The Purpose of the Girl’s Friendly Society is to help girls understand what it means to be a Christian within their own particular life situations; to discover their own relationships with God, family, community and the world to help girls utilize their given talents, to attain physical, mental, emotional and spiritual growth through program centering around worship, fellowship, service, study and creative activities. In other words, we hope to be an asset to our girls as they grow into womanhood.

Click for schedule of events



Christ Church has been awarded a grant from the New Jersey Historic Trust for preservation of its historic graveyard. The grant award is for $117,413 and includes a 1:1 match by the Parish. Here is a description of the scope and participants in the work that has been funded.



The graveyard at Christ Episcopal Church in Shrewsbury is an historic one. The land has been used as a graveyard since the acquisition of the property in 1706. The oldest gravestone dates from 1719 and the markers are of every composition and design. The graveyard has been continually active since its inception and forms an historical record of the evolution of the area. The graveyard has about 1500 souls interred and 880 gravemarkers.

The proposed project involves the restoration and preservation of a significant number of deteriorating or fallen gravemarkers. This project can be viewed as a continuation of work begun in 2015-2016 under a Department of the Interior grant related to storm repair and resiliency. The previous project resulted in a comprehensive condition assessment and photography of every gravemarker. This information was added to our existing searchable database containing all those individuals in the graveyard with substantial genealogical information. This earlier project also resulted in the restoration of 14 gravemarkers in critical condition, mostly 18th century brownstones.

Since we have a complete condition assessment completed, the proposed project can begin with some detailed specifications for the next series of stones and, of course, the associated restoration work itself. The talented firms involved in the earlier project will bring their expertise and knowledge of this graveyard to the project. These are Lorraine Schnabel LLC who performed the condition assessment and Jablonski Building Conservators who executed the restoration work. There will also be one or more workshops for the public for lichen removal led by Ms. Schnabel. Further a self-guided tour of the graveyard will be developed by Dr. Richard Veit, Chair of the Department of History and Anthropology at Monmouth University and a leading expert in New Jersey graveyards.

A total of about 75 gravestones will be treated in this new project.

In addition, an element of the project will include expanding our communication of the graveyard and its history with the broader community. This will involve development of a self-guided tour that will address gravestone, genealogical, and historical aspects of the graveyard coordinated by cemetery expert Dr. Richard Veit of Monmouth University who will also consult on the overall project.

The public benefits from the project through the preservation of the gravemarkers that tell us our history and the expanded, informed access to that history through the self-guided tour.


Christ Church has received two grants for the purposes of repair and resiliency work on its two historic sites both as a result of Superstorm Sandy and to protect against future such storms. The grant amounts for both the Church building and graveyard and the Rectory total about $350,000

Support for this project was provided by a Sandy Disaster Relief Grant for Historic Properties provided by the Historic Preservation Fund of the National Park Service to the New Jersey State Historic Preservation Office, awarded by the New Jersey Historic Trust.

These grants were awarded in early 2015 and much has occurred since that date. Much of the early work has been oriented toward a detailed understanding of the specific work to be undertaken.

A thorough Condition Assessment of the Church and the Rectory were undertaken by Westfield Associates of Haddon Heights, NJ. The resultant documents provided a complete understanding of the condition of the historic structures and formed the basis for a bid process to select a general contractor to undertake the work. The condition assessment also included the creation of construction documents as part of the bid process to guide the selected contractor in performing the work according to established historic site construction principles. This bid process is currently underway with contractors for the two sites to be selected in early November.

There also was a Condition Assessment performed on all of the gravemarkers in the churchyard. This work was performed by Schnabel Conservation L.L.C. of Trenton NJ. This Assessment included photographs of each gravestone with a description of each marker’s current condition. This information was integrated into the church’s graveyard database. Here is an example of this work.


This records the condition of a brown sandstone gravemarker recording the death of Joseph Tole, nineteen years old at his death in 1781.

This gravemarker assessment work also included more detailed guidance on repair work to be performed on markers in most critical need of restoration. In a bid process Jablonski Building Conservation of New York City was selected to perform the restoration work on an initial set of thirteen gravemarkers.

The gravestone restoration work supported by the SDRG grant is now complete. The original plan to address 13 gravemarkers was expanded by one marker due to savings on work on the first group. The one added was that of Christina Hageman, who died at the age of two in 1785 and was marked by a brownstone. Christina’s gravemarker was in many pieces and was both reconstructed and moved near where the walkway approaches the Memorial Garden.

This is a list of the restored gravemarkers.

  1. Marker 601 Joseph Tole  1762-1781
  2. Marker 316 Sarah Throckmorton   1659-1743
  3. Marker 428 Margaret Throckmorton  1765-1817
  4. Marker 331 Hartness Throckmorton  1735-1760
  5. Marker 490 Elizabeth Vaughton   1715-1800
  6. Marker 491 Mary Wessells   1728-1816
  7. Marker 494 Susannah De Haert   1724-1780
  8. Marker 502 Mary Leonard   1716-1782
  9. Marker 731 Zilpha Halstead   1723-1754
  10. Marker 366 Hendrick Pool 1798-1818
  11. Marker 392 Mary Slocum 1734-1809
  12. Marker 717 John Hart 1759-1805
  13. Marker 701 Clara Wheeler 1782-1855
  14. Marker 866 Christina Hageman 1781-1784


Lorraine Schnabel and Stephanie Hoagland-Bond with newly restored gravemarker of Zilpha Halstead.

Some additional work has been completed under the grant’s auspices. One is the repair of the 1874 E Howard clock and bell control mechanism. Some of the parts of this complex mechanism were repaired by Stevenson Services of Bristol CT.

The clock faces have been synchronized and the clock timing adjusted for accuracy.


In addition one of the aspects of protecting the Church and Rectory buildings is careful control of tree growth. Both sites have considerable mature trees. These trees were trimmed with deadwood removed. A dead 100 foot tulip tree was removed. This work was performed by Becker’s Tree Service of Tinton Falls, NJ.



SDRG work has continued at both the Church and Rectory, mostly performed by the Masonry Preservation Group. At the Church this has included repairing the cupola louvers, replacing the bulkhead doors, and restoring the front steps. At the Rectory, this has included implementing a new CMU wall in the basement for stability and installing steel posts with cement footing. Further work on the Rectory exterior has begun with shutter removal. These will be restored at the MPG woodworking shop. Further on-site work will resume in the warm weather.

Shutters being removed

Shutters being removed

New bulkhead doors

New bulkhead doors

New CMU wall in rectory

New (black) support column

New (black) support column

Church front steps

Church front steps


Work progresses on the Rectory. Scaffolding is up and the building is being powerwashed.


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Rectory work extends to cornice repair and painting. The color is terra cotta.

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Past Special Events


As a key event in the celebration of the 25th Anniversary of our church building, Joseph W. Hammond presented a comprehensive lecture on the architectural history of this iconic building. Mr. Hammond was instrumental in the 1995 listing of the church on the National Register of Historic Places. He was also the Clerk of the Works for the 1996-97 re-stabilization of the building due to the failure of multiple truss beams. The presentation was attended by about 40 history buff who also came to a reception afterwards where there was a display of images of the church throughout its history. The lecture was also attended by Diana Stevenson who is the 4th great-granddaughter of the Reverend Samuel Cooke who was the priest who was the driving force in the erection of this church building.

Joe Hammond’s presentation can be viewed here:



On September 15th Jackson Lawrence Downs was welcomed into our Christian family. Jackson’s parents are Kristen and Stephen Downs. Kristen, who is the daughter of parishioner Elaine Feyereisen, grew up in this parish community.



Also on September 15th , Emma Downs was blessed on the second anniversary of her Baptism. Emma is the first child of Kristen and Stephen Downs.

Christ Church Donates Backpacks to local school


Pictured above is Elaine Feyereisen with Sean Brophy, the Vice Principal of the Joseph C. Caruso School in Keansburg.

As it does annually Christ Church has donated numerous backpacks full of school supplies to children in need. This year there were a record 48 such backpacks. These all went to the grade school in Keansburg. Once again Elaine Feyereisen coordinated this parish Outreach program and delivered the backpacks to the school.



On August 30th the painters working on the church ceiling completed their work. They had been working since July 8th and we have held services in the parish house during that time. Our first service in the church with the restored ceiling will be September 8th. The workmanship was superb. Luis, the foreman, had a strong commitment to quality and thoroughness. This huge undertaking included removing many layers of lead infused paint, correcting damage and rust to the metal ceiling, and repainting with three coats of new paint. During the painting every inch of the nave was protected by plastic covering. This paint job should last for many decades since we treated the underlying paint peeling condition. Further the new paint reveals the details of the decorations on the metal ceiling as can be seen in these accompanying pictures.

Thanks to Guy Hembling, Luis and his son Kevin, Alan Binger for protection of the organ during the ceiling work, and Stephanie Hoagland for her invaluable consultation.



The parish held the fourth event of the year celebrating the 300th anniversary of our historic graveyard. This was our famous Costumed Graveyard Tour and involved six thespians from our Dead Actors Guild portraying Notable Figures interred in the graveyard while standing next to their gravemarkers.

There were about 45 attendees on a humid summer morning.

Here is the cast

William Leeds portrayed by Jamie Green

E C Hazard portrayed by Gordon Brown

Judge John F. Grimke’ portrayed by Bob Kelly

Graham Kearney Cooke portrayed by Patrice Thornton

Mary Finch portrayed by Magdalena Aders

Louise Jost portrayed by Judi Buncher

The Guide performed by Stuart Buncher as Sargent Stuart of the WWI American Expeditionary Force.




Another event in our series to celebrate the 300th Anniversary of the Christ Church graveyard was held on Saturday August 3rd. This event was a Guided Tour of the graveyard conducted by our expert tour guide, Ryan Radice. The tour included information about Notable Figures in the graveyard, information about the wide variety of gravestone materials found in this cemetery, elucidations of the meaning of the gravestone carvings, and some of the special features of the graveyard. Twenty-Nine visitors took the tour on a warm but beautiful Saturday morning.




On June 30th Bishop William (Chip) Stokes visited Christ Church to celebrate our dual anniversaries of the graveyard (300) and the church building (250). The Bishop was the celebrant at our morning service and also confirmed and received several members into their life in Christ. The service was enhanced by the performance of several anthems by Madregalia, our a cappella artists in residence. The Bishop also had a wonderful segment of his sermon interacting with the children. Before the service the Bishop toured the graveyard and afterwards joined the parish for a reception. He was given a book by the parish children as well as a mid-19th century biography of Bishop John Croes, the first Bishop of the Diocese of New Jersey, whose son served as Rector here from 1809-1824. A wonderful gallery of images of Christ Church was provided by Jamie Green.


Samples of 250-Year-old Christ Church in Art and Photography


Christ Church celebrated Pentecost and Youth Sunday. Kate Apostolacus and Brandon Shin delivered sermons on the meaning of Christ Church in their lives as they graduate high school and move on to college. They both received scholarships to be used toward their college expenses. All of the children in the Sunday School were recognized and read the Prayers of the People.




The parish held its annual Churchyard Memorial Service, including the Reading of the Names. The names of all veterans interred in the graveyard were read on Sunday, May 26th after the 10 a.m. service.  These veterans span the eras from the French and Indian War to Vietnam. Due to inclement weather, for the first time in memory the event was held inside the church instead of in the graveyard.

The veterans’ names were read by Judi and Stuart Buncher in costumes made by Judi.

Marine Corporal Andrew Tomlin – Portrayed by Stuart Buncher  – One of two NJ Marines to be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.  He was awarded for heroism in the Second Battle of Ft Fisher, January 15th, 1865.

Woman of the Civil War Era attired in formal period dress – portrayed by Judith Buncher




The parish held the second event of the year celebrating the 300th anniversary of our historic graveyard. This was our famous Costumed Graveyard Tour and involved eight thespians from our Dead Actors Guild portraying Notable Figures interred in the graveyard while standing next to their gravemarkers.

There were about 40 attendees on a gorgeous spring morning.

Here is the cast


William Leeds portrayed by Jamie Green

E C Hazard portrayed by Gordon Brown

Benjamin Lippincott portrayed by Bob Honecker

Graham Kearney Cooke portrayed by Patrice Thornton

William McDonald portrayed by Ryan Radice

Mary Finch portrayed by Cassandra Reagan

Louis deCoppet portrayed by Robert Maber

Louise Jost portrayed by Judi Buncher

The Guide performed by Stuart Buncher

A second costumed graveyard tour will take place on Saturday August 17th at 10 am.



Do you want to help the homeless in our area?  Then come join Mother Lisa, Jim O’Connor and dozens of others for the Second Annual Covenant House Sleep Out on Friday, May 17th at Trinity Church in Asbury Park! (8pm-7am) We have formed a “Christ Church & Friends” Sleeper Team! No training required! You simply join us for the evening, meeting the young people being served at the Covenant House Asbury Park facility, as well as the caring staff members. Learn about the great work being done and for one night “experience” what it is like to sleep outside with only a sleeping bag and piece of cardboard for a mattress! Comfortable? No! Incredibly rewarding? Yes!

Each Sleeper is asked to raise $1,000. You will have a fundraising page on the website and you ask your friends and family to go on and make whatever donation they can…$5, $10, $50…whatever they can afford. We are hoping to get ten (10) Sleepers on our Christ Church Team so we can raise at least $10,000 for Covenant House!   Here is the link to the page to sign up (just copy and paste it into a new tab:  https://www.sleepout.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donordrive.team&teamID=7768

Please let us know if you and maybe other family members or friends will be able to join us!  If you can’t join us we are also grateful for any donations you may be able to make to our team!

Weekend in Old Monmouth at Christ Church

 On May 4 and 5, more than 100 people (and one dog) visited Christ Church and its graveyard as part of the Monmouth County Historical Commission’s annual celebration of Weekend in Old Monmouth.

 Highlights shown in the below photos included a guided tour of our 300-year-old graveyard conducted by Ryan Radice (the dog was on the tour).

 Visitors also perused our curated collection of historical artifacts and depictions in art and photography of the exterior and interior of our 250-year-old church building.

 Fifteen parishioners served as docents, including several in period garb.

 Next up on our double anniversary celebration: the appearance of our Dead Actors Guild society on May 18 starting at 10:00 AM, in which notable personages buried in our graveyard will tell their stories, dressed for the occasion.


With wonderful attendance Christ Church celebrated Easter with its traditional service and superb music. In addition Penelope was baptized and her sisters Alexandra and Vivian’s baptismal anniversaries were marked.

Sunrise Service 2019

Service started in the graveyard with lighting of the Paschal Candle. We then processed into the Church for the telling of the Easter Story followed by the Great Thanksgiving.

Good Friday Service at Christ Church

A very moving service. The choir was amazing.

Maundy Thursday at Christ Church Shrewsbury

Blessing the agape meal which we shared, stripping the altar, lights extinguished and the watch begins at the Altar of Repose.

Christ Church Celebrates Palm Sunday

Beginning with our traditional procession from the Parish House to our historic church, the parish celebrated the entrance of Jesus into Jerusalem. This is the start of Holy Week with the distribution of palms and the reading of the Passion of our Lord Jesus according to Luke with parishioners performing the several parts in a theatrical format.

St Patrick’s Day Party

Christ Church celebrated this wonderful Irish holiday with a sumptuous meal prepared by parishioners; The assembly was entertained by music by the Kilkenny Cats. There was a 50-50 and baskets for sale. Green was everywhere. The hall was full of parishioners, family and friends.




Epiphany Pageant at Christ Church

Christ Church celebrated the 12th Day of Christmas with a play entitled “Yeshi’s Story” The pageant covered the Christmas Story from Annunciation to The Visit of the Magi with Mary telling her young son the story of who he really is. The play was written and directed by Donna Devlin



With our Four Corners partners Christ Church participated in the 2018 Lantern Tour. These are some of the photos from the event.

The cast was

George Tallman portrayed by Gordon Brown

Theodosia Finch portrayed by Patrice Thornton

Sarah Hartshorne portrayed by Priscilla Gettis, Cassie Reagan, and Sofia Hanhan

Reverend Harry Finch portrayed by Robert Kelly and Robert Maber


The Holiday Bazaar had basket auctions, sales of jewelry, handmade textiles, Christ Church Christmas cards, baked goods, specialty objects and sundries along with refreshments.


Blessing of the stockings

Experiences of the Holy for Parent and Child

 December is such a very special time that we at Christ Church cannot keep it to ourselves! And so we held a very special event for the community:

Blessing of the Stockings
Saturday, December 1, 2018
10:00am – 11:30am

Christmas Stockings had a Special Blessing
Cookies were decorated for your own home.
The original Saint Nicholas visited





The Christ Church Shrewsbury Parish House Access Ramp


The parish house of Christ Church is utilized daily for activities of the parish as well as community at large events. The office of the church, all bathrooms, the library, choir room, Sunday school rooms and kitchen as well as the large community room are located in the parish house. These rooms are used on a daily basis by members of the parish. Additionally, community groups use the spaces on a weekly basis for groups such as AA, wedding planning, Christian education, history events and many types of meetings.

One of the barriers to access of the parish house is that there are steps leading to every entrance of the building. For many years parishioners and the public have experienced difficulties entering the building when they have special needs.

With grant and donation funding agreement was reached with AmRamp to implement the access ramp and built in 2018

The access ramp could only be installed on the street side of the building. Therefore the aesthetics of the project were also considered. Small, slow growing boxwood bushes were planted alongside the ramp with planter bushes on one end of the ramp. Lighting is being installed for safe use of the ramp in the evening.

Dedication of the ramp was on November 18, 2018. It is utilized frequently by parishioners and members of the community, providing safe access for all to the Parish House at Christ Church.

Parishioner Elaine Feyereisen was the project manager.


Christ Church and the Borough of Shrewsbury joined in this remembrance by tolling our church bell as above. This occurred during our 10 am Sunday service.

These are the veterans interred in our graveyard from the World War I era.

         Captain Franklin G. Allen, US Army

  • Walter S. BowkerWilliam E. Donald1st Lieutenant Morgan R. EilertCorporal Robert R. Graham, served as band corporal, HQ Company, 107 Inf., US ArmyLieutenant Colonel Louis H. Hanson, Medical Corps.1st Lieutenant Arnold Watson Hazard, Motor Transportation Corp.

    Private Howard G. Montgomery, Head Quarters Company, 165th Inf., NY, US Army

    1st Lieutenant Howard Stokes, US Army

    Private Joseph L. Thompson, US Army Air Force

    Major Dr. Harry Ticehurst, US Army, 9th Division Cavalry veterinarian


Graveyard visitors during the past year have seen a beautifully landscaped L-shaped boxwood hedge separating the graveyard from the parking lot on the southeast section of the graveyard. More recently this hedge was significantly extended eastward to again provide an expanded separation of the parking area and the historic graveyard.

The Smith-Condon Boxwood Hedge


So, how did this come to be. This beautiful boxwood hedge is the gift of Maggie Condon, a generous benefactor of our historic graveyard. Maggie’s parents, Eddie Condon and Phyllis Smith, were interred here a few years ago near where the original boxwood hedge segment was installed. Eddie Condon was a celebrated jazz musician in the mid 20th century. He played the guitar and owned a jazz club in Greenwich Village. His wife’s brother, Samuel Stelle Smith and wife Agnes Newhouse are buried next to them in the family grave plot.

The Smith name is also famous. Samuel Stelle Smith is the highly regarded Revolutionary War Historian with books published about the Battle of Monmouth and Trenton among others.


Smith and Condon Gravemarkers