|Location||401 N. Seventh St., Easton, Pennsylvania|
|Area||58.5 acres (23.7 ha)|
|Architect||Sidney, James Charles; Sebring, William|
|Architectural style||Greek Revival, Late Victorian, Gothic|
|NRHP reference No.||90001610 |
|Added to NRHP||October 25, 1990|
Easton Cemetery's parklike cemetery landscape design is based on the picturesque romantic styles of the early and late 19th century. Its landscape is set with thousands of examples of funeral artwork, in a variety of decorative styles, spanning Greco-Roman Revival, Gothic Victorian, and Art Deco. Established in 1849, Easton Cemetery is the earliest and best surviving example of a romantic parklike cemetery within the Lehigh Valley metro area. Architecturally noteworthy features include a Gothic Revival Gatehouse and office, stable, cemetery chapel, and a Gothic frame workshop. Its first president was prominent Easton citizen, Traill Green.
- Fred Ashton (1931-2013)
- Jefferson Davis Brodhead (1859-1920)
- Richard Brodhead (1811-1863)
- Thomas Coates (1803-1895), "The Father of Band Music in America," and conductor, Regimental Band, 47th Pennsylvania Infantry
- Peter Ihrie, Jr. (1796-1871)
- Philip Johnson (1818-1867)
- William Sebring Kirkpatrick (1844-1932)
- Howard Mutchler (1859-1916)
- William Mutchler (1831-1893)
- James Madison Porter (1793-1862)
- James F. Randolph (1791-1872)
- Joseph Fitz Randolph (1803-1873), represented New Jersey at large in the United States House of Representatives from 1837 to 1843.
- Andrew Horatio Reeder (1807-1864)
- Jeanette Reibman (1915-2006), member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and trustee, Lafayette College
- Samuel Sitgreaves (1764-1827)
- Henry Joseph Steele (1860-1933)
- George Taylor (1716-1781)
- David Douglas Wagener (1792-1860)
- Charles A. Wikoff (1837-1898)
- Conrad Meyer Zulick (1838-1926)
- Samuel Morton Zulick (1824-1876)
Traill Green statue.
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- "Former Easton Mayor Fred Ashton dies". The Express-Times. 2013-05-09. Retrieved 2013-06-08.
- Snyder, Laurie. Professor Thomas Coates, Regimental Band Leader, 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers, in 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers: One Civil War Regiment's Story, retrieved online November 22, 2017.
- Joseph Fitz Randolph, Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Accessed October 11, 2007.
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