Ockanickon Monument

Ockanickon monumentBehind the Meeting House, under the old Sycamore tree, is a boulder with a commemorative tablet bearing the inscription – “Near this spot lies the body of Indian Chief Ockanickon, Friend of the White Man, whose last words were “‘Be Plain and Fair to all both Indian and Christian, as I have been’. 1681.”


Cemetery Plots

Click on the .PDF icon or the image below for a .PDF (2.4 MB) of a diagram of cemetery plots at the Meeting House.
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Cemetery Plots

Cemetery Plots

Markings and inscriptions of a number of gravestones

Friends’ Burial-Ground, Burlington, New Jersey (continued)
Rowland J. Dutton
The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography
Vol. 24, No. 2 (1900) (pp. 149-164)
Page Count: 16