A small cemetery located at the northern part of Morris County, New Jersey is nestled between railroad tracks and the New York, Susquehanna and Western Railroad and the Pequannock River.
Most know the cemetery as the Newfoundland Cemetery, but locals may know it as the Cuff Burial Ground. It's said to be one of the oldest cemeteries in the area with a Civil War Veteran and makers that are unidentified due to years of weathering.
My latest news: If you have been subscribed to my Newsletter for at least seven months, this isn't such a new topic for you. However, for those of you who haven't, I have been keeping this quiet in fear that things might have fallen through.
Last October I was interviewed to be featured in a magazine article. Her it is May and I'm now proud to present the article in Lake Hopatcong News. I literally just found out within the last 24 hours that it was live. I was shocked and pleasantly surprised to find out I was to be featured on the front cover as well. I believe it's being distributed today to the stores in surrounding towns. However, for those who are not in the area or abroad, the entire issue is on line. Due to what is going on in the world today, this is the first issue of Lake Hopatcong News that they will presented on line. See link below to read it. I'm on the centerfold spread, pages 22 - 23. Nice to be a part of Lake Hopatcong New's history! Enjoy!