This list has been compiled from several sources. The oldest stones, about 50, were identified in Volume #6 of the Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Quarterly in 1915. Today, many of these stones are gone-lost to time or vandalism. In the 1970s, local Boy Scout Troop #193 spent a Saturday in the cemetery writing down tombstone inscriptions. Additional tombstone inscriptions were recorded in the summer of 2004 by M.A. Jackson. During her research, several people came forward to report ancestors buried in the cemetery whose graves are unmarked. They are included on this list.
This list in not complete. Many tombstones have toppled, been broken by vandals or are illegible due to the ravages of time…we may never know who all are buried here. We are hoping to upright as many as possible over the next few years. Their information will be added to this list as it becomes available.
The oldest burial is said to date to 1806, however the oldest stone found during the 2004 survey was that of Elizabeth McCully who died Sept. 11, 1815.
Where inscriptions were difficult or impossible to read, a question mark has been inserted. Information in parenthesis marks was not part of the inscription.