I will be posting under Cokesbury/Hunterdon county Apgars, but I don't know if this will mean anything to you, but 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 Apgar stones I have are: Minerva, Jane, Mary Jane, Mary Willet, Hannah Malvina, James Reding Apgar, Jeremiah Christine, Eliz. w/o Peter, Matthais (2 of them), Catherine, Birtha Etta, Emmalina, Sarah, (several infants), Ann, Peter, Mary, Jesse S, Eliz. Best, Jacob, Eliz., Caroline H, Frances M, Conrod, Frances Maria, Catherine (w/o Charles?).
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, or try to get them on findagrave.com sooner.