Posted September 7, 2013 by lostinjersey in business, Headstones, Jersey History, Ocean. Tagged: cavileer yachts, caviller boat works, john cavileer, lower bank, mullica river, nj ocean county. 2 Comments
There aren’t many companies whose employees pass the burial site of the founder but Cavalier Boatworks is one such company. The plaque by the headstone tells the story.
Posted by thetrmn8r on January 5, 2015 at 9:31 PM
I am a descendant of John Cavileer, and also grateful that his resting place has been preserved for 280 years. Amazing!
Posted by Kimberly Beatty on October 3, 2013 at 10:23 AM
I’m a descendant of Yoos Sooy and very grateful that this burial site was maintained when it could easily have been lost over time. Kudos to Jersey Cape Yachts for continuing to preserve our heritage!
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