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Clark's Mill Burying Ground
Port Republic, Atlantic County, New Jersey

clarks mill burying ground, port republic, nj
Clark's Mill Burying Ground, Port Republic, NJ

GPS: 39.51804, -74.50988

144 Indian Cabin Rd
Port Republic, NJ 08241

Published: April 11, 2023
Total records: 14

All that remains of the early meeting house known as, "Clark's Mill Meeting House", built in 1762, is its burying ground. Built by Thomas Clark, the meeting house was presided by Rev. John Brainerd. Thomas, Adrial, and Parker Clark are buried here. Several Revolutionary War soliders are buried here as well.


Cemetery Records

Records below were transcribed from the pages of, "The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey", Vol. V, No. 1, July, 1929, p. 17

Baker, Frances, (wife of Dr. Reuben T.) ~ died Mar 7, 1832, aged 40 years
Clark, Adrial, ~ died Nov 15, 1828, aged 69 years, 10 months, 10 days
Clark, Elizabeth, (daughter of Adrial and Judith) ~ died Oct 19, 1821, in the 20th year
Clark, Judith, (wife of Adrial) ~ died Jun 20, 1811, aged 51 years, 7 months, 14 days
Clark, Martha, (wife of Parker) ~ died Jul 18, 1839, aged 69 years, 5 months
Clark, Mary, ~ died Dec 24, 1845, aged 65 years, 7 months, 16 days
Clark, Mr. Thomas, ~ died May 17, 1752, in 63rd year
Clark, Mrs. Ruth, (wife of Mr. Thos.) ~ died Jan 31, __, (stone broken)
Clark, Parker, ~ died Jan 5, 1844, aged 78 years
Clark, Sharman, ~ died Oct 1, 1847, aged 44 years
Clark, Thomas P., ~ died Sep 22, 1819, in 22nd year
Clark, Thomas, ~ died Mar 28, 1827, aged 68 years, 5 months, 21 days
Clark, Walter, ~ died Aug 20, 1841, in 48th year
Sapp, Edward, ~ died Oct 27, 1832, aged 34 years, 2 months, 10 days

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