There are four Hebler family Civil War headstones all next to each other located near the Woodland Cemetery gatehouse. Conrad and Henry were brothers, while “Justus” (Augustus) was their father. Martha was Conrad’s wife. When they were in Newark after the war, Conrad was an iron worker and a member of the Iron Molders Union of North America, while Henry was a steam engineer and a member of Local 68 of the International Steam Engineers union in Newark. Conrad, who died in 1909, was said to have been stricken a year earlier with the illness that eventually killed him as he was marching with some other veterans to decorate the graves of other Civil War soldiers. Martha died in Duanesburgh, NY, in 1936, at the age of 90. She had been a member of the North Reformed Church on Broad Street (still standing) in Newark and also served as president of a local Philip Kearny Post of the G.A.R., an organization her husband certainly once belonged to as well. Research by Guy Sterling.