1. ^ A sign at the entrance and a stone marker near the church both date the church to 1792.
Information about the church's current activity was drawn from two articles by Lee Procida that appeared in the Press of Atlantic City.
• October 7, 2011 article 18th Century Estell Manor Church all that Remains of Tuckahoe River Village, marking the 219th anniversary of the church, which can be read online here
• October 15, 2012 article Oldest Church in Atlantic County, Open Only Twice a Year, Marks 220th Anniversary, which can be read online here
2. ^ Names, dates, and military rank information are drawn from their grave markers. Each marker identifies them as Revolutionary War soldiers.
Each man's marker states that he was the "Son of Jeremiah and Abigail Somers Smith," so they must have been brothers.
3. ^ The historic sign in Steelman's Burial Ground bears a seal of the United Methodist Church, and states that it was erected by Friends of Old Estellville Church in 1974.
4. ^ Death date and age info from Japhet Ireland's tombstone. A plaque inside the park's nature center contains information about the Smith Ireland Cemetery, which identifies Japhet as a "soldier in the Revolution."