Located in Waterford Works, Waterford Twp. Camden Co.  Located off The Old White Horse Pike. Not visible from road.  Cemetery is in fair / poor condition. The most recent burial 1900. There maybe some stones buried, and some stones are unreadable.

Submitted by Lora Schemelia Bearden October 18, 2003.

* means personal notes.

Charlotte Brown (the rest is unreadable)

Rebecca Jubilee
Aug. 11 1865
21 years

Harriet Jubilee
Dec. 30 1865

Solomon Dunkle
Co. C 12th NJ Inf

Ellsworth (stone is half buried, unreadable)

Thomas Gebhard
Co. (G or C) 58th Regt. NY Vol.
Died July 26th 1895
age 61 years

Samuel Goff
Private Co. I 10th Reg. NJ Vol.
Died 21, June 1892
* looked up in civil war records  on my own.
Mustered Out Oct. 21 1861
Discharged: July 6 1865

Jacob Goodhan
died 1817 age 68y 9m 21d

Elizabeth Guthman  (stone is unreadable)

George M. Kirkenbower
11, Nov. 1851
61 years

J.M. Miller
Lieut. 83rd NY Inf.

Thomas Moore
Born May 1803
Died June 12 1866

Benjamin Mullica
Co. E 12th NJ Inf.

wife of Benjamin Mullica
Died  25, Dec. 1864
61-? years 4 mos.

To the memory of
Robert S. Nickerson
Born Dec. 28th 1876
Died April 23rd 1900
  Asleep in Jesus
* youngest of all the stones

John G. Nutt
Private Co. A 4th Regt. NJ Vol.
Died June 22, 1898
age 70 years
* Mustered Out: Jan. 4 1865
Discharged: June 12th 1865

to the memory of
Samuel son of Samuel
and Anna Marie Palmer
Who departed this life
Oct. 6 1857
age 18 months
* this stone appears to be handmade, can see small rocks, and the guide
lines to write. The writing looks as if done by hand.
In Memory of
Charles F. Smith
Born Jan 25 1811
Died Mar. 1861
  Also his Wife
Born Sept. 15th 1815
Died April 26th 1880

Braiser W. Westcoat
(unreadable) 1858


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