The Reformed Church of Beacon was formerly known as the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church. The church was built in 1813 and rebuilt in 1860. The cemetery for the church is located just east of the Beacon train station (next to on-street parking, up a short, steep climb) and has been completely abandoned. The most recent stone I found was from the 1920s.
After posting these photos, I was contacted by someone whose relative’s gravestone I had photographed. I am glad that my photos did some good – because since she is not in the area, she had never seen his headstone before!