Board Family Plot, Boardville, Passaic County, NJ
Copied Aug 14, 1920, by Edwin N. Hopson, jr.
This burying ground was one of four removed by the North Jersey District Water Supply Commission from the site of the new Wanaque Reservoir.
The remains and headstones were removed in May, 1922, to the Pompton Reformed Church Yard. See report of that commission for 1925, pp. 134-6
The asterisk (*) indicates that no stone was found for the individual so designated, his name and relationship appearing on the stone of
a member of the family.
Board, Charles, d. Dec 22, 1858, aged 86.3.25; w. Joanna, d. Oct 16, 1841, aged 62.4.2; dau. Mary, b. Oct 11, 1809, d. Nov 17, 1856; s. Joseph, drowned Jun 19, 1816, aged 5.3.20
Board, David, b. Mar 24, 1727, d. Jan 19, 1799; w. Mary, d. Aug 30, 1825, aged 82.2.1. (David Board was a Paymaster in the New Jersey Militia during the Revolutionary War.)
Board, James, d. Dec 5, 1803, aged 83.0.25; s. James, jr., d. Oct 2, 1801, in the 38th year
Board, James D., b. Sep 1, 1773, d. Aug 11, 1773, d. Aug 11, 1857, aged 77.11.11
Board, John F., d. Nov 24, 1878, aged 73.8.3; 1st w. Phebe Ann, d. Jan 10, 1843, aged 34-10-18; dau. Matilda Z., d. Mar 17, 1837, aged 1.5.2; also an infant, no dates. (Sophia, 2nd w. of John F. Board, d. Jan 5, 1892, aged 84 years, and was buried in the Brown family plot at Boardville, and lately transferred to the cemetery at Midvale.)
Board, Joseph, d. Dec 12, 1831, aged 94.4.0; w. Phebe, d. Dec 20, 1816, aged 79.1.0; dau. Sarah, w. of Abraham Stickney (see below). (Joseph Board was a Captain in the Bergen Co. Militia during the Revolutionary War.)
Board, Nathaniel, b. Sep 27, 1775, d. Dec 31, 1842; w. Mary B., b. Nov 20, 1779, d. Nov 24, 1850
Stickney, Abraham*; w. Sarah (dau of Joseph and Phebe Board), d. Apr 26, 1826, aged 49.3.23
Van Aulen, John*; w. Margaret, d. Jul 17, 1781, aged 39.9.0
Source: The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vol. II, No. 3, January, 1929, p. 107-108