Categories History Touring Riverview Cemetery in Trenton, New Jersey Post date July 10, 2018 2 Comments on Touring Riverview Cemetery in Trenton, New Jersey Trenton’s Riverview Cemetery has its origins in a Quaker Burying Ground established overlooking the Delaware River in 1685. This was later incorporated into the Riverview Cemetery when it was created in 1858. Mysterious door references Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven” Her Last Words. “O Lord Help my Spirit Heavenward.” 1859 Receiving Vault Plot Markers Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmail Tags cemetery, gravestone, New Jersey, Riverview, tour, Trenton ← Fewkes and Field Workers Fight Florida Mosquitoes → The Kaleva Incident and the Death of Henry Antheil, Jr. 2 replies on “Touring Riverview Cemetery in Trenton, New Jersey” […] name Henry Antheil, Jr, is on a tombstone in Riverview Cemetery, but he is not buried there. Henry, the younger brother of avant-garde composer George Antheil, was […] […] Trenton, NJ, was created in the 1840s. There were few new internments after the 1930s. Unlike the Riverview Cemetery, which is still active, no one has been buried in Mercer since 1973. In the 1990s, the city spruced […] Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.