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A wandering priestmade this hallowed groundfor all time.
Graves marked byheavy pine slabs.
Only stone inscribed,Charles Wills 1839.
Stamping Mill Built on Green Limb Branchnear here.Locally called"Tunking Mill"from sound of blowsof heavy hammers.
Gilbert W. Knightblacksmith, G.A.R. Vet.,N.J. 23rd Vol. Reg.Son, Harry L. Knightborn July 4, 1866,Burlington Co. ClerkN.J. Public Utilities Comm.
Site "The Tabernacle in the Wilderness"Established 1778 byJohn Brainerd.Both whites and indiansworshipped here.Used as school until 1885.
Owner 1845Charles S. Kemble, innkeeper,farmer, blacksmith, memberN.J. House of Assembly1855-59.Burl. Co. Sheriff 1869.Died while in office.
Most necessary in Colonial Times,date erected unknown.Blacksmiths wereCharles Kemble, Gilbert Knight,Henry Allen, and William Cutts
This monument commemorates the legacy and tragic accident of Captain Emilio Carranza Rodriguez, a Mexican aviator. Born in Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, Mexico, Carranza was returning from a goodwill mission on a nonstop flight from New York to Mexico C…
Captain Emilio Carranza fell to his deathwhile returning to Mexicoon good will flight 1928.Pennies ofMexican children.