There are times I cannot find biographical information on individuals, beyond what is on their death certificates. No matter – they rightfully deserve to have their names said out loud.
Eight-year-old Sarah Moss died from burns on October 25, 1820, and was buried at BBG. Her mother was Phoebe Moss.
Twenty-five-year-old William Morris died from Tuberculosis on October 25, 1826, and was buried at BBG.
One-week-old Baby Burneck died due to convulsions on October 25, 1828, and was buried at BBG. The child’s father was James Burneck.
Thirty-year-old Mary Pennock died of Tuberculosis on October 25, 1846, and was buried at BBG.
Two-year-old George Henry Harvey died due to convulsions on October 25, 1850, and was buried at BBG.
Note: On October 25, 1825, the Trustees of Bethel Church resolved that the fence at the burial ground in Queen Street (BBG) be repaired. (Minute & Trial Book 1822-1835 & 1838-51, p.13.)