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Ebenezer Cemetery
Swedesboro, Gloucester County, New Jersey

Lat: 39°43'37"N, Lon: 75°21'12"W

Contributed by Robert S Parks, Apr 11, 2002 [rparks@usa.net]. Total records = 13.

From Swedesboro, NJ go approx 2½ mi. S. on County Rd 551 (Auburn Rd) to intersection of County Rd 602 (Pedricktown-Harrisonville Rd) turn right onto Rte 602, then approx. 2500 ft to Ebenezer Cemetery on the left side, close to road.

These records were transcribed by Elizabeth Hurff in 1930 and kept in the family records since then.

This was a private family cemetery and is presently overgrown and in poor condition. It was originally known as the Ebenezer-Turner Burying Ground. The land around it is privately owned and is farmland (At present).

Guest, Henry,d. Nov 19, 1845 in his 67th year
Guest, Prudence, d. Mar 5, 1835 in her 60th year, wife of Henry
Hurff, An,d. Aug 30, 1858, aged 70 years 9 months 18 days
Hurff, Elizabeth,d. Sep 20, 1821, aged 30 years and 11 months
Hurff, Isaac,d. Jul 21, 1849, aged 62 years and 20 days
Jackson, John,d. Apr 24, 1834 in his 86th year
Leap, Jacob, no date, s/w Samuel, s/o Jacob and Mary, In Memory of
Leap, Samuel, no date, s/w Jacob, s/o Jacob and Mary, In Memory of
Titus, Esther,d. May 1, 1933, 69 years
Titus, Jacob, d. May 2, 1835, 75 years
Titus, Joseph,d. Mar 18, 1870 in his 71st year
Titus, Reuben, b. Oct 5, 1832 d. Jul 8, 1852, (brother)
Titus, Rhoda,d. Aug 20, 1860 in her 62nd year, wife of Joseph

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