(This page is under construction—but see Ruffridge below. For a summary of completed biographies see this page.)
There are twelve burials in New Jersey.
Sapper Hezekiah Bannister died on 1 October 1918 and is buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Hamilton Township.
Private Lester Beardsley-Hanf, who served as James Beardsley, died on 2 July 1920 and is buried in Arlington Cemetery, Kearny.
Cadet Edward Besserer Bonynge died on 17 April 1918 and is buried in First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Asbury.
Private William Edward Davies died on 26 January 1919 and is buried in Brookside Cemetery, Englewood.
Second Lieutenant Vincent Jerome Flynn died on 20 June 1918 and is buried in Holy Name Cemetery, Jersey City.
Leading Seaman Walter Thomas Holt died on 21 October 1918 and is buried in Bayview-New York Bay Cemetery, Jersey City.
Private George Herbert Leake died on 29 April 1919 and is buried in Laurel Grove Cemetery, Totowa.
Trooper Edward McCullough died on 19 October 1917 and is buried in Laurel Grove Cemetery, Totowa.
Private Robert Park died on 3 September 1919 and is buried in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Totowa.
Second Lieutenant George Albert Ruffridge and Cadet Hugh Barker O’Leary were killed in a flying accident at Camp Bordon in Canada on 6 May 1918. He is buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Montclair. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.
Sergeant Archer Robert Robinson Trench died on 1 June 1918 and is buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Montclair.
Private Bertram Joseph Venables died on 4 April 1918 and is buried in Flower Hill Cemetery, North Bergen.