Bass River Township, New Jersey Revolutionary War Sites
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REVOLUTIONARY WAR SITES IN BASS RIVER TOWNSHIP, NEW JERSEY

Revolutionary War New Jersey
ADAMS-LEEK-MCKEEN CEMETERY
Adams-Leek-Mckeen Cemetery - Bass River NJ
Bass River Township NJ Revolutionary War Sites

Adams-Leek-Mckeen Cemetery

Leektown Rd. near Hammonton Rd.
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The cemetery is accessed by a path from Leektown Road that goes by a house on private property.
Please respect the privacy and property of the neighboring house.


The Bass River Township History website features a page with an Adams-Leek-Mckeen cemetery tour, which also provides instructions for accessing the cemetery from Leektown Road.
It is recommended that you read it, if you plan on visiting the cemetery.
It is available at this link.

This cemetery contains the grave of John Leek (1736 - May 13, 1790), who served as a Captain in the New Jersey Militia in Burlington County. [1]

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Source Notes:

1. ^ There are two stones in the cemetery for Captain Leek. A modern stone (shown in the photo above) provides his military information and the years of his birth and death. The other stone is his original gravestone, which provides the date of his death as May 13.