I was at the United Methodist cemetery in Cokesbury the other day and took some photos of the stones (such poor condition!)There were many Apgar's, Philhower’s, Farley's and Fritt's (to name a few).Many are hard to read, and some I can barely make out at all.I saw online that Rutgers has a copy of the listing of the graves at this church (abt 104?) but it isn't online, and I don't live up the road from the church anymore (my parents still do which is why I was just there).
The Philhower stones I photographed were Jane Forge w/o Aaron d July 1829 ae 18, Harmon H s/o Peter and Elizabeth d 1871 ae 19y 11m, Elizabeth Apgar Philhower d Oct 18 - ae65, Peter J d Apr 18 - -,Hannah Maria d/o Peter and Elizabeth (toddler) d Sept 1851, Silas, Isaac? (illegible) s/o - - - and Sarah, another Isaac d March 3, 18 - - 27yrs, and Jacob d Jun 1880.
Just a few of these are on Findagrave.com and I will be adding them but it may take some time for me because I must downsize the photos to get them to fit into their memory requirements.So if any of these strike you, just reply with the names and I can email them to you.