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Christ Church Burial Ground, Philadelphia

The Christ Church Burial Ground holds the mortal remains of 7 signers of the Declaration of Independence and five signers of the Constitution, including Benjamin Franklin and George Ross..

The Christ Church Burial Ground holds the mortal remains of 7 signers of the Declaration of Independence and five signers of the Constitution, including Benjamin Franklin and George Ross.


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About Christ Church Burial Ground

 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

 +1 215-922-1695

 www.christchurchphila.org

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