An obscure burying ground that includes the graves of Revolutionary Soldiers. The stones are scattered and not legible. November 6, 1759, Joseph McFarland can be see on one laying flat and broken and the initials MK can be clearly seen on another. One stone appears to be growing out of a tree.

John Michael Lambert is buried here. He was the first one to come to America from France and he fought in the American Revolution. His family is traced back as far as 1610. Most of his family lived in Bucks County

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The date 1759 and what looks like Joseph Macfarland can be read Nockamixon Burial Ground
Graves of Revolutionary Soldiers Grave 1 Graves of Revolutionary Soldiers
Grave 3 Grave 4 1759, Joseph McFarland is readable November 6, 1759 - Joseph McFarland
1799 Stone leaning against the tree The tree is growing around the stone
The initials MK Grave 2



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