East Amwell Historical Society to Explore Grave Matters – men and women buried in these grounds ranging from American Revolutionary soldiers to someone who perished with the Titanic

Looking for a story with a good plot? Well, how about a plot with a good story.

The East Amwell Historical Society will host its second-ever cemetery tour, Grave Matters 2, on Saturday, June 20 featuring stops at five burial sites.

The EAHS History Bus will visit the Ringos’ family burial ground, Union Cemetery, the Quick-Servis Cemetery and the Wertsville Baptist Church Cemetery. The trip will end at the First Baptist Church in Hopewell, which serves as the final resting place for Declaration of Independence signer John Hart.

The historical society will offer morning and afternoon sessions of this tour with the bus leaving from the town hall parking lot. The morning session begins at 10 a.m. and the afternoon at 2 p.m. Tickets cost $15 per person. To reserve a seat on the bus, please email Pauline Seramba at pseramba@hotmail.com or call 908-797-9024.

Discover the fascinating stories of the men and women buried in these grounds ranging from American Revolutionary soldiers to someone who perished with the Titanic.