Jacobs Chapel Colemantown Foundation

Jacobs Chapel Colemantown Foundation(芒特劳雷尔)

Jacobs Chapel Colemantown Foundation

Jacobs Chapel Colemantown Foundation
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新泽西14,170 条分享
Historic landmark of Mt Laurel
2019年5月 • 夫妻情侣
Jacobs Chapel Cemetery also known as Colemantown Negro Cemetery on Elbo Lane is one of the historic attractions of Mount Laurel. You can find it located behind of the Mount Laurel/Evesham Friends Burial Ground. Colemantown was a black community settlement and a stop of the Underground Railroad. This cemetery is one of the earliest African American burial grounds in Burlington County. The Jacobs Chapel Colemantown Foundation is an institution working on research, restoration of tombstones and cataloging of burial records.
撰写日期:2019年5月12日
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新泽西切里希尔210 条分享
Historic Cemetary in Mt Laurel NJ
2015年6月 • 独自旅游
Stroll through a Historic Landmark in Mt. Laurel NJ. Behind the Chapel is a burial ground from the early 1800's with Civil War soldiers' graves.
撰写日期:2015年6月24日
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Kristofur
新泽西芒特劳雷尔92 条分享
Interesting
2014年5月 • 好友
I went for a tour with friends. This used to be a stop on the Underground Railroad in a Black community called "Colemantown."
To one side of the church is the Colemantown Meeting House which
is in need of repair. There is also an African American cemetery behind the buildings.
Terrell Person, the pastor of the Chapel is also the great, great grandson of Dr. James Still. The Still family owned the property.
撰写日期:2015年4月22日
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