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- Hank Borowy (1916–2004), Major League Baseball All-Star pitcher who played for the New York Yankees, Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates and Detroit Tigers.
- William Batchelder Bradbury (1816–1868), composer of numerous hymns, including Just As I Am and Jesus Loves Me.
- Thomas Cadmus (1736–1821), businessman, Revolutionary War officer and community leader.
- A. J. Davis (1803–1892), architect.
- Charles Warren Eaton (1857–1937), artist best known for his tonalist landscapes.
- John Franklin Fort (1852–1920), Republican Governor of New Jersey from 1908 to 1911.
- Franklin W. Fort (1880–1937), represented New Jersey's 9th congressional district from 1925 to 1931.
- Charles Griffes (1884–1920), composer.
- Hank Borowy, Baseball Almanac. Accessed April 29, 2009.
- Alexander Jackson Davis at Find a Grave
- Staff. "CHARLES W. EATON, PAINTER, IS DEAD; Won Many Awards for His Landscapes – Succumbs in Glen Ridge at 81; DUSK SCENES A SPECIALTY; Received Philadelphia Art Club Medal in 1903 – Honored in Paris Three Years Later", The New York Times, September 12, 1937. Accessed August 3, 2011. "Mr. Eaton, who was 81 years old, had lived in Bloomfield for fifty years ... Burial will be in the Bloomfield Cemetery. "
- Franklin William Fort, Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Retrieved August 22, 2007.
- Charles Tomlinson Griffes at Find a Grave
- Political Graveyard – Bloomfield Cemetery
- Bloomfield Cemetery: Famous people at Find a Grave
- Interments in Bloomfield Cemetery
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