Mount Moriah Cemetery

4 out of 5
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215-504-5610

About Mount Moriah Cemetery

Mount Moriah Cemetery is an historic burial ground incorporated by an Act of the State Legislature in 1855, one of several rural cemeteries developed in Philadelphia between 1845 and 1860. Philadelphia and Yeadon share equal shares of the cemetery, which spans Cobbs Creek.

It’s estimated that more than 80,000 individuals are buried at Mount Moriah. In addition to the many veterans buried here, there are 1,000′s of individuals who are notable in their own right—from mayors and baseball players to entertainers and journalists.

Mount Moriah is the final resting place for 1,000s of veterans from the Revolution, Civil War, Spanish American War, War of 1812, World Wars I & II, Vietnam, and Korea.

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Independent
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  • Closed - No Space Available
  • Historic Cemetery
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  • 1 out of 5

    These people are the most unsympathetic people I have ever encountered in my life. I requested that they postpone the internment of my parents ashes due to... [Read More]

  • 5 out of 5

    My parents wish to be buried here some day. My dad is a Vietnam vet. My brother's girlfriend mentioned a POW/MIA ceremony that was to take place today so my... [Read More]

  • 5 out of 5

    This is a review for last year August 2019 I was a mess , my dad has just passed and they did the most loveliest funeral it was a beautiful ceremony for my... [Read More]

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