Historic Resource Information
IdentificationNo Data Present
Key #:201334
Property Name:Mount Moriah Cemetery
Resource Type:Site
Approximate # of Resources:1
LocationNo Data Present
Multi-County County:Multi-Municips
Delaware County:Yeadon Borough
Philadelphia County:Philadelphia City
Address:6201 Kingsessing Avenue , Philadelphia, PA 19142
Location:Roughly bounded by Kingsessing Avenue, Cemetery Lane, 60th Street, Angora Avenue, and Cobbs Creek
USGS Quadrangle:Philadelphia
Tax Parcel:0019, 2012
StatusNo Data Present
NR Status:SHPO: Eligible
Owner:Private
Condition:Unreported
Historic InformationNo Data Present
Year Built:1855
Architect/ Engineer:Button, Stephen Decatur; Gilroy, E. Everett
Physical DescriptionNo Data Present
Style:Romanesque, Italianate, Greek Revival, Mixed
Historic FunctionNo Data Present
Function Sub Function Particular Use
Funerary Cemetery
Current FunctionNo Data Present
Function Sub Function Particular Use
Funerary Cemetery
Inventory ItemsNo Data Present
Ancillary FeaturesNo Data Present
Fencing:1
Monument:1
Ornamental planting:1
Associated ResourcesNo Data Present
Administrative ActionsNo Data Present
02/26/2015:SHPO Staff Meeting
02/26/2015:SHPO: Eligible
02/24/2015:Date Record Added
National Register InformationNo Data Present
AttachmentsNo Data Present
CommentsNo Data Present
HABS documentation of 1855 Gatehouse: PA-1634
1855 Gatehouse architect: Stephen Decatur Button
Mount Moriah Naval Plot (part of the cemetery) has an NPS DOE, Key#038795
1907 office building and gatehouse architect: E. Everett Gilroy
Picturesque designed landscape
OutbuildingsNo Data Present
Year Built Materials Outbuilding Other
1855 Sandstone/Brownstone Other gatehouse
ObservationsNo Data Present