Save this valuable Colonial historic site.
  • Petitioned Save the Jesse Chew Cemetary

This petition was delivered to:

Jeffrey Robert Gellenthin
Save the Jesse Chew Cemetary

Save this valuable Colonial historic site.

    1. brian prickett
    2. Petition by

      brian prickett

      sewell, NJ

This is a historic Colonial site linked to the Revolutionary War and tales of General Washington, it needs to be preserved for future investigation and possible restoration. If you are interested in preserving this site please sign this petition asking the owners of the cemetery Steve McEntee. to allow Jeffrey Gellenthin to continue maintenance of the site. Information about the site can be obtained by contacting Jeffrey Gellenthin at the cemetery web page here - 

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jesse-Chew-Cemetery-in-Sewell-NJ/158885544246972

To:
Save the Jesse Chew Cemetary, Jeffrey Robert Gellenthin
Save this valuable Colonial historic site.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    1. Reached 100 signatures

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    • rose doran CARNEYS POINT, NJ
      • about 1 year ago

      i grew up here,this is a disgrace

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    • Judy Shappell SEWELL, NJ
      • about 1 year ago

      I live nearby. It is important to maintain and preserve the heritage of this family. The ground is sacred, as it is their family's cemetery. It should be respected and preserved. What a wonderful honor and committment that Jeffrey is volunteering his time to maintain it.

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    • Penny Bell LAS VEGAS, NV
      • about 1 year ago

      I care

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    • Geoffrey Pratt WESTVILLE, NJ
      • about 1 year ago

      This is a FINAL REATING PLACE AND SHOULD BE PRESERVED AND RESPECTED AS ANY OTHER CEMETARY

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    • Lorraine Fay MERCHANTVILLE, NJ
      • about 1 year ago

      As a descendant of Jesse Chew I am very interested in the maintenance of and access to this family cemetery.

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