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Historical Markers in Tabernacle, New Jersey
Mount Holly is the county seat for Burlington County
Tabernacle is in Burlington County
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|In 1805, this land was deeded by William and Sarah Wilkens to be used by residents of Tabernacle. "As long as Wheels of Time shall not cease to roll". — — Map (db m79464) HM|
|Gilbert W. Knight
blacksmith, G.A.R. Vet.,
N.J. 23rd Vol. Reg.
Son, Harry L. Knight
born July 4, 1866,
Burlington Co. Clerk
N.J. Public Utilities Comm. — — Map (db m35226) HM|
|Hall built 1874 by Order St. Mechanics, became Junior Order United American Mechanics No. 49. Given to Township 1960. — — Map (db m79467) HM|
Charles S. Kemble, innkeeper,
farmer, blacksmith, member
N.J. House of Assembly
Burl. Co. Sheriff 1869.
Died while in office. — — Map (db m35219) HM|
|Site "The Tabernacle in the
Established 1778 by
Both whites and indians
Used as school until 1885. — — Map (db m35222) HM|
|Erected under the leadership Rev. George Reeves. Land deeded to church by Joseph Mathis. Career of many noted ministers started here. — — Map (db m79462) HM|
|Thrived mid 1800, burial ground owned by church. George H. Eares, G.A.R. Veteran, Co. E., 23rd Reg. N.J. Volunteers, Buried here. — — Map (db m79469) HM|
|Most necessary in
date erected unknown.
Charles Kemble, Gilbert Knight,
Henry Allen, and William Cutts — — Map (db m35216) HM|
|Built 1856 opposite church used as a school. Land given by Charles Bowker. Demolished 1910 when 2 room school was erected alongside. — — Map (db m79465) HM|
Nov. 28, 2022