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Historical Markers in Tabernacle, New Jersey

 
Clickable Map of Burlington County, New Jersey and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Burlington County, NJ (331) Atlantic County, NJ (280) Camden County, NJ (187) Mercer County, NJ (430) Monmouth County, NJ (305) Ocean County, NJ (140) Bucks County, PA (271) Philadelphia County, PA (1781)  BurlingtonCounty(331) Burlington County (331)  AtlanticCounty(280) Atlantic County (280)  CamdenCounty(187) Camden County (187)  MercerCounty(430) Mercer County (430)  MonmouthCounty(305) Monmouth County (305)  OceanCounty(140) Ocean County (140)  BucksCountyPennsylvania(271) Bucks County (271)  PhiladelphiaCounty(1781) Philadelphia County (1781)
Mount Holly is the county seat for Burlington County
Tabernacle is in Burlington County
      Burlington County (331)  
ADJACENT TO BURLINGTON COUNTY
      Atlantic County (280)  
      Camden County (187)  
      Mercer County (430)  
      Monmouth County (305)  
      Ocean County (140)  
      Bucks County, Pennsylvania (271)  
      Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania (1781)  
 
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1 New Jersey, Burlington County, Tabernacle — Cemetery
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
2 New Jersey, Burlington County, Tabernacle — Home of Gilbert W. Knight
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
3 New Jersey, Burlington County, Tabernacle — JR.O.U.A.M.
Hall built 1874 by Order St. Mechanics, became Junior Order United American Mechanics No. 49. Given to Township 1960.Map (db m79467) HM
4 New Jersey, Burlington County, Tabernacle — Kemble Inn
Owner 1845 Charles S. Kemble, innkeeper, farmer, blacksmith, member N.J. House of Assembly 1855-59. Burl. Co. Sheriff 1869. Died while in office.Map (db m35219) HM
5 New Jersey, Burlington County, Tabernacle — Log Church
Site "The Tabernacle in the Wilderness" Established 1778 by John Brainerd. Both whites and indians worshipped here. Used as school until 1885.Map (db m35222) HM
6 New Jersey, Burlington County, Tabernacle — Methodist ChurchTabernacle United Methodist Church
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
7 New Jersey, Burlington County, Tabernacle — Site of African M.E. Church
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
8 New Jersey, Burlington County, Tabernacle — Site of Blacksmith Shop
Most necessary in Colonial Times, date erected unknown. Blacksmiths were Charles Kemble, Gilbert Knight, Henry Allen, and William CuttsMap (db m35216) HM
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9 New Jersey, Burlington County, Tabernacle — Site of Schoolhouse
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
10 New Jersey, Burlington County, Tabernacle, Tabernacle Township — Carranza Memorial
This monument commemorates the legacy and tragic accident of Captain Emilio Carranza Rodriguez, a Mexican aviator. Born in Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, Mexico, Carranza was returning from a goodwill mission on a nonstop flight from New York to Mexico . . . Map (db m35139) HM
11 New Jersey, Burlington County, Tabernacle, Tabernacle Township — Cemetery
A wandering priest made this hallowed ground for all time. Graves marked by heavy pine slabs. Only stone inscribed, Charles Wills 1839.Map (db m36801) HM
12 New Jersey, Burlington County, Tabernacle, Tabernacle Township — Monument
Captain Emilio Carranza fell to his death while returning to Mexico on good will flight 1928. Pennies of Mexican children.Map (db m35121) HM
 
 
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Jul. 24, 2024