Join us Wednesday, November 18, 2015 – 7 PM at the Flemington Presbyterian Church, 10 East Main Street, Flemington. The Hunterdon County Historical Society in partnership with the 300th Committee present a lecture: Findings of a Ground Penetrating Radar Scan at the Flemington Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Michelle Kuhn & Mike Gagliano from the New Jersey Geological and Water Survey will review the findings of their recent Ground Penetrating Radar scans at the Flemington Presbyterian Church Cemetery.
- Many questions will be answered…
- Did they find a mass grave location, used for poor people, within the cemetery?
- Did they find the foundation of the original church?
- Did they locate the three Revolutionary War soldiers mentioned in Dr. Mott’s 1894 book, “History of the Flemington Presbyterian Church”?
- Are there many graves without headstones?
They will also discuss how the Ground Penetrating Radar process works and software programs they use to interpret the data.
A Q&A period will follow their presentation.
This program may be of interest to church members, scientists, historians, cemetery enthusiasts/caretakers & archaeologists.
The program is free and open to the public.