Mount Hebron Cemetery (Montclair, New Jersey)
Mount Hebron Cemetery is a cemetery in Montclair, in Essex County, New Jersey, United States. Founded in February of 1863 by citizens of Cranetown and Speertown (now Montclair and Upper Montclair) , the Mount Hebron Cemetery features 30 acres of well landscaped grounds. There are numerous entombment areas including a vintage receiving vault that is no longer in use. The Chime Tower near the main entrance can be used at any service to provide appropriate mood.
- Shirley Booth (1898–1992), Academy Award-winning actress for the film Come Back, Little Sheba
- Allen B. Du Mont (1901–1965), scientist and inventor best known for improvements to the cathode ray tube in 1931 for use in television receivers, manufacture of the first commercially-successful electronic televisions and founder of the first licensed TV network, DuMont Television Network
- Bayard Hilton Faulkner (1894–1983), mayor of Montclair, New Jersey
- Albert W. Hawkes (1878–1971), United States Senator from New Jersey from 1943–1949
- Herman Hupfeld (1894–1951), songwriter whose most notable composition was "As Time Goes By" in the film Casablanca
- Charles Henry Ingersoll (1865-1948), Ingersoll Watch Company co-founder
- "C. H. Ingersoll, 82, Watchmaker, Dies. Co-Founder of the Firm That Produced 70,000,000 Dollar Timepieces in 29 Years". New York Times. September 22, 1948. Retrieved 2015-04-18.