First Moravian Churchyard Fulton Street

106 Fulton Street
Manhattan, New York County (Manhattan), New York, 10038 USA
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The First Moravian Church (Church of the United Brethren) of Manhattan opened its church on Fair Street (present-day Fulton Street) in 1752.

There was a churchyard burial ground behind the church.

The old church was torn down and a new church was constructed at the same site in 1829.

In 1843, the First Moravian Church at Fulton Street was torn down and the congregation moved to a new brick church on the southwest corner of Mott Street and Houston Street.


▫ Years of use: 1752 — 1823.

▫ Cemetery disposition: Destroyed.


The First Moravian Church also had an auxiliary burial ground in the Out Ward of Manhattan situated near the Collect Pond. See First Moravian Church Fresh Water Burial Ground.

See also Horsfield Graveyard.

GPS Coordinates: 40.7097, -74.00701

  • Added: 17 Nov 2016
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2627936