I won't be much help at all but I was at the Cokesbury cemetery (Methodist) where there are about a dozen Philhowers or more I didn't see anyone with this name although many of the stones are weathered and fallen. But when I was trying to find transcriptions online I saw that Rutgers Archibald Library has transcriptions for this cemetery and some other Hunterdon county cemeteries. I was interested because I could barely read many of the stones and wanted to know what they had once said...the Philhower stones I photographed were Jane Forge w/o Aaron d July 1829 ae 18, Harmon H s/o Peter and Elizabeth d 1871 ae 19y 11m, Elizabeth Apgar Philhower d Oct 18 - ae65, Peter J d Apr 18 - -, Hannah Maria d/o Peter and Elizabeth (toddler) d Sept 1851, Silas, Isaac? (illegible) s/o - - - and Sarah, another Isaac d March 3, 18 - - 27yrs, and Jacob d Jun 1880.
I hope there may be a hint in this email. Post back if you'd like to see a copy of any of the photos. I'll be posting about them above.
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