I was at the United Methodist cemetery in Cokesbury the other day and took some photos of the stones (such poor condition!) There were many Apgar's, Philhower’s, Farley's and Fritt's (to name a few). Many are hard to read, and some I can barely make out at all. I saw online that Rutgers has a copy of the listing of the graves at this church (abt 104?) but it isn't online, and I don't live up the road from the church anymore (my parents still do which is why I was just there).
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.
Just a few of these are on Findagrave.com and I will be adding them but it may take some time for me because I must downsize the photos to get them to fit into their memory requirements. So if any of these strike you, just reply with the names and I can email them to you.
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