Actually this marriage is listed three times in the LDS indexes. Once in Friendship NJ, once in Gloucester County NJ, and once in Friendship, Gloucester County, NJ.
I saw the reference to the Carrenza Memorial when I tried googling the location. Perhaps this is one of those counties that changed its borders. Or maybe the LDS indexes got it wrong and it was in Burlington County all along.
This family spent most of its time in Pennsylvania, so maybe the "Friendship" location actually referred to some kind of Friends (Quaker) Church in Gloucester County, and had nothing to do with the eventual ghost town in Burlington County. That's unlikely though, as this family seems to be Pennsylvania Dutch, not Quaker.
In any case, this marriage is consistently indexed with Gloucester County marriages, so that's probably the place to start looking for them.
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