Author: Brian J. Ensley
In genealogical research, cemetery records are one of the most valuable tools one can use. In some cases a headstone is the only record that a person even existed. Many families who didn’t have obituaries published and who died when there were no formal death certificates issued, left a headstone inscription which was the only record of their dates.
Over time many headstones become worn, damaged or missing. Since many of the stones were already worn or damaged when this record was started, transcriptions were sometimes difficult. All attempts were made to be as complete and accurate as possible. Individual cemetery records are listed in alphabetical order.
Volume II includes:
9 Cambria County Cemeteries:
Adams Twp.: Lovett Cemetery.
Croyle Twp.: Ford and Pringle Hill Evangelical Cemeteries.
East Taylor Twp.: Bartlebaugh Cemetery.
Jackson Twp.: Brown Cemetery.
Richland Twp.: Baumgardner Cemetery.
Summerhill Twp.: Pringle Hill and Wilmore United Brethren Cemetery.
Upper Yoder Twp.: Berkley Hills Cemetery.
24 Somerset County Cemeteries:
Allegheny Twp.: Sarver Farm Cemetery.
Benson Borough: Saint Anne’s Catholic Cemetery.
Jefferson Twp.: Kimmel Cemetery and Lenhart Burial Ground.
Lincoln Twp.: Beulah Methodist and Emert Burial Ground.
Ogle Twp.: Mount Carmel Lutheran Cemetery.
Paint Twp.: Berkey Farm, Foustwell, Fyock, Horner, and Rummel Lutheran Cemeteries.
Quemahoning Twp.: Mostoller United Methodist and Specht Cemeteries.
Shade Twp.: Daley Farm, Daley, McGregor, Martin Luther Memorial, and Sorber Cemeteries.
Somerset Twp.: Heiple Farm Cemetery.
Stonycreek Twp.: Brotherton Pike Brethren, Lambert, Musser, Pleasant Hill, and Rayman Brethren Cemeteries.
1999, 8.5" X 11", Softbound, 180 pages
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