Dumont, New Jersey Revolutionary War Sites
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REVOLUTIONARY WAR SITES IN DUMONT, NEW JERSEY

Dumont Revolutionary War Sites
OLD NORTH CHURCH CEMETERY
Old North Church - Dumont NJ
Old North Church - Dumont NJ
Old North Church - Dumont NJ
Old North Church - Dumont NJ

Old North Church Cemetery
120 Washington Ave.
Map / Directions to the Old North Church
Map / Directions to all Dumont Revolutionary War Sites

The Old North Reformed Church was built in 1801, it replaced an earlier church from 1728 that stood one mile south of here.[1] There are several Revolutionary War soldiers buried in the cemetery, including: [2]

Jacob D. Demarest
Died May 15, 1829
Isaac Nicoll
Colonel, NY Minutemen
July 19, 1741 - October 9, 1804
Dumont in the Revolutionary War
DERICK BANTA HOUSE
Now The Dumont Public Library (Dixon Homestead Library)

Derick Banta House
Dumont, New Jersey

Derick Banta House
Dumont Public Library (Dixon Homestead Library)
108 Washington Ave.
Map / Directions to the Derick Banta House
Map / Directions to all Dumont Revolutionary War Sites

This house, which is now used as the Dumont Public Library, was built between 1780 and 1790 by Revolutionary War soldier Derick Banta. His birthplace, which had stood here before this house, had been burned by Tories. [3]

 

Dumont, New Jersey
Dumont in the Revolutionary War

Sources:

1. ^ Information and dates about the Church taken from the Bergen County Historic Society sign at the church

2. ^ Name, date, and military information drawn from gravestones and markings in the cemetery

3. ^ Bergen County Historic Society sign