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  1. Chaplain William Rogers, DD – 1751-1824, Chaplain in BG Samuel Miles Pennsylvania Rifles Regiment. Buried in First Baptist Church Plot, Section 112. Source: SAR, Philadelphia Continental Chapter web site.
  2. Chaplain Henry Holcombe, DD – 1762-1824, Captain during war. Buried in First Baptist Church Plot, Section 112. Source: SAR, Philadelphia Continental Chapter web site.
  3. Captain James Josiah – 1751-1820, Captain during war. Buried in First Baptist Church Plot, Section 112. Source: SAR, Philadelphia Continental Chapter web site.
  4. Brigadier General Samuel Miles – 1739-1805, led Pennsylvania Rifles Regiment. Wife and daughter buried at First Baptist Church Plot, Section 112. Miles believed buried here, but not yet confirmed. Source: SAR, Philadelphia Continental Chapter web site.
  5. Seaman Thomas Johnson – 1751-1851, last surviving crewmember from Commodore John Paul Jones’ Continental Ship of War Bonhomme Richard. Buried at Naval 2, Row 10, Grave 23, Naval Asylum Plot, GPS: 39* 56.185 N / 075* 14.403 W. Not on SAR web site.
  6. Captain John Ashmead – 1738-1818, buried at First Baptist Church Plot, Section 112. Learn more.
  7. Major Benjamin Loxley – 1720-1801, buried at First Baptist Church Plot, Section 112. Learn more.
Japanese maple tree in front of a monument at Mount Moriah Cemetery

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