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Burton Milby Cemetery
Harberson, Sussex County, Delaware

Sloan Road, Harbeson DE

Lat: 38° 40' 08"N, Lon: 75° 11' 09"W

Contributed by Audra Hart, Jul 29, 2010 [audramhart@gmail.com]. Total records = 10.

Starting at Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, from Coastal Highway (Route 1) take John J Williams Highway (Rte 24) West 5.3 miles. Turn left onto Sloan Road (Rd49) the cemetery is located 0.1 miles on the left.

This cemetery is well maintained and located directly at the roadside for easy access. Although the owner of the land is unknown at this time the cemetery was restored in 2003 and is currently maintained by Community Members of Pinewater Farm, a housing development located about a half mile up the road.

Dale Hart and I walked this cemetery on Feb 19, 2009. It information from all existing and legible stones and markers at that time.

- Audra Hart

Burton, Analiza, d. 22 Sep 1843, age: 5y 3m 16d, daughter of Benjamin & Catherine Burton
Burton, Benjamin, d. 11 Feb 1814, age: 26y 4m 9d
Burton, Benjamin, d. 26 Mar 1859, age: 45y 15d, son of Benjamin & Mary Burton
Burton, Lydia, d. 12 Nov 1798, age: 41y 5m 10d, wife of Robert Burton
Burton, Mary Catherine, d. 20 Oct ????, age: 1y 7m, daughter of Benjamin & Catherine Burton
Milby, Hester W, d. 25 Dec 1833, age: 2m 11d, daughter of Zadock & Mary Milby
Milby, Margaret Ann, d. 12 Aug 1833, age: 6y 4m 24d, daughter of Zadoc & Mary Milby
Milby, Mary, b. 14 Mar 1790, d. 25 Nov 1843, wife of Z. Milby
Milby, Mary, d. 14 Sep 1850, age: 11m, daughter of Zadock & Hester A Milby
Milby, William James, d. 9 Jan 1837, age: 5y 9m 13d, son of Zadock & Mary Milby

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