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Great Meadows (formerly Danville), N.J. Presbyterian Church Records, 1831-1867.
This volume includes session minutes (1831-65; 1865-67), baptisms (1841-50; 1858-66), marriages (1840-52), and communicant lists (1841-54).  Some pages are missing, and there is no index.

Hardwick & Mendham Monthly Meeting, N.J. (established 1797):  Marriages, Births, & Deaths  1714-1861.
Some pages are missing from the original.  The text is hand written, and there is no index.

The Historic Phillipsburg Cemetery, 1844, Salutes the Veterans of the Civil War, 1861-1865.  Phillipsburg, N.J.:  Phillipsburg Cemetery Improvement Association, 1986.
Contained here are the names of all of the Civil War veterans who are listed in the cemetery board's ledger.  For most names, the company and regiment are listed.

Hunter, Herbert W.  Directory Harvest Home Souvenir, Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church.  Asbury, Warren County, N.J.:  Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church, 1915.
This directory gives a history of the church, lists of pastors, and the church's membership roll.

Inscriptions of the Asbury Methodist Cemetery.  Asbury, Franklin Township, N.J.:  Asbury Historical Society, 1998.
These inscriptions are alphabetically arranged.  An appendix gives vital records from Franklin Township in Warren County which include:  deaths from May 31, 1850 to March 1885, marriages from May 1850 to March 1885, and births from May 1848 to March 1885.

Inscriptions of the Asbury Presbyterian Cemetery.  Asbury, Franklin Township, N.J.:  Asbury Historical Society, 1996.
This is an alphabetically arranged list of the cemetery inscriptions.  Also included is a short history of the church.

Kline, Anne Ford.  The Burials and History of the Fairmount Cemetery, Phillipsburg, Warren County, New Jersey.  Phillipsburg, N.J.:  Phillipsburg Area Historical Society, 1993.
These records cover the period of 1896 to 1990.  Take note that it has two indexes.  One covers November 14, 1896 to June 3, 1953, and the other one goes from July 1, 1953 to December 30, 1990.

Lower Harmony Methodist Church.  Lower Harmony Methodist Church, Harmony, Warren County, New Jersey.  Phillipsburg, N.J.:  Peggy Warne Chapter of the DAR, 1985.
This book contains baptisms from 1869 to 1933, marriages from 1869 to 1933, and membership rolls.  It is indexed.

O'Brien, John L.  Methodist Church Records of the Asbury Circuit.  Asbury, N.J.:  Asbury Historical Society, [1993?].
This source gives names of church members, marriages and baptisms.  There is an index.

O'Brien, John L.  Tombstone Inscriptions of the Mansfield-Woodhouse Cemetery.  Washington, N.J.:  John L. O'Brien.
The entries are arranged alphabetically.

Records of the Belvidere Cemetery, Warren County, New Jersey.  Belvidere, N.J.:  General William Maxwell Chapter of the DAR, 1934.
These are grave marker inscriptions copied in 1934.

Roseberry, Elva M.  Tombstone Inscriptions Taken from Cemeteries in Warren County, New Jersey and Nearby Counties.  Easton, Pa.:  Easton Public Library, 1947.
These tombstone inscriptions from 69 cemeteries were copied from the original notebooks of Mrs. Elva M. Roseberry of Belvidere, New Jersey.  These inscriptions do not represent all the inscriptions to be found in the cemeteries.  There is an index.

Shepherd, Scott.  The Hardwick Monthly Meeting of the Society of Friends, Allamuchy, New Jersey.  Allamuchy, N.J.:  2000.
This includes a Who's Who in the Burying Ground 1735-1924.  For the Hardwick and Randolph Monthly Meetings it contains a Record of Marriages 1714-1848 and a Record of Burials 1807-1861.

Warren County Church and Cemetery Records.
These 3 volumes contain information from 20 Warren County churches or cemeteries.  Included are things such as membership rolls, baptisms, marriages, grave records, and church histories.  The dates vary.  There is no index.

Warren County Cemetery Records Taken from the Internet and from the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey.  2001
Here you will find records for 51 Warren County cemeteries.  Some of these can be found in other sources, but these from the Internet are easy to use because most of the records are alphabetically arranged.  There is no index.  Most are taken from the Raub Ancestry site.