Historic Sites in Saddle River, NJ

September 6th, 2018 by

Evangelical Lutheran Church of Saddle River

Did you recently purchase the Jaguar E-PACE and are ready to get around the Paramus area? Consider exploring these historic sites in Saddle River, NJ!

Saddle River Center Historic District

The National Register of Historic Places lists 23 historic sites in Saddle River, NJ. Among those is the Saddle River Center Historic District, where you’ll find the most intact historic sites in the area. These include building and homes developed between the early 19th and early 20th centuries.

Revolutionary War Site

The Saddle River Low Dutch Reformed Cemetery contains the graves of at least eight Revolutionary War soldiers. Those buried here include:

  • David DeBaun
  • David Eckerson
  • Jacob C. Eckerson
  • Thomas Eckerson
  • Stephen Goetschius
  • Abraham Haring
  • John Tallman
  • John Terhune

Evangelical Lutheran Church of Saddle River

Also listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Saddle River. This historic church was built in 1821, making it the oldest church building in Bergen County and the sixth oldest in New Jersey to be associated with Lutheranism.

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