December 19, 1878 Princeton Newspaper.



            John Burrucker, marble dealer, is now at work finishing up a fine large monument for the Warnock Cemetery, to be placed over the grave of Mr. Samuel Warnock’s little girl, who died recently.  Part of this monument was finished in New York and is of the best Italian marble.  It is of an entire new design, and when completed will be one of the most elegant monuments in that cemetery.  Mr. Burrucker has recently received direct from the quarries, the largest and finest stock of marble ever brought to Princeton, and is now better than ever prepared to accommodate those wanting anything in his line. He defies competition either in quality or prices of work.


(Submitted by Janet Douglas, 21 Nov 2010)