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EnsleyN3956'53.716"W7814'1.309"Brush Creek township - The Ensley & Rohm Family Cemeteries are located near each other at the top of the hill above Union Christian Cemetery in Brush Creek Twp (Address: Old 126, Crystal Springs, PA) View...
FairviewN403'11.798"W784'30.865"Taylor township at United Methodist church, 3 miles west of Hustontown; about 250 graves copied by Roy and Jennifer Cline, Tom Duffey, Glenn and Connie Cordell on August 29, 1982. (Address: 2288 N. Hess Rd, Hustontown, PA) View...
Farm  Taylor township; copied by Ned Knepper mostly unknown names; 3 on Edwards farm, 2 on Cordelia McLain farm, 5 on Harry Knepper farm, 10 on Reed Feight farm, 1 on Black farm, 4 on Harper tractView...
Field  Taylor township, copied by Charles Edwards in 1982; 2 Barnett markers on Mountain Road in Charlie Black's field; 1 Sipes stone lying on ground near Donald Gracey's homeView...
Fort LittletonN404'15.072"W7758'2.876"Dublin township at Fort Littleton; about 175 graves copied by Sam Buterbaugh in early 1970s; earliest Snyder child died 1811 and Rev. James Hunter of M.E. Church died 1820 (Address: Sinoquipe Rd, Fort Littleton, PA)View...
Fort Littleton Farm  Dublin township on old Wm. Wilds farm; copied by Gil Colledge in October 1981; 10 graves but stones moved to woods by James Stevens; earliest Baker died 1830View...
Gladfelter Pulpwood & Gladfelter/Newman  Taylor township, 2 legible and 6 fieldstones copied by Ned Knepper in 1978; and Taylor township; 2 legible and 7 fieldstones copied by Ned Knepper in 1978View...
Green Hill PresbyterianN3959'39.938"W785'17.837"Licking Creek township; copied from a published church history list by George Harris in 1930 and updated by Floyd Sipes in 1978 (Address: opposite side and west of 7304 Lincoln Highway, Harrisonville, PA)View...
Gregory/Hixson  on Greenland Road near the Maryland border; 12 stones plus others not readable, copied by David Mason in July 1984View...
Hammel  Licking Creek township; 1 marker along old rail fence post 2 miles down Sipes Mill Road, copied by Deanna Anderson in October 1983; for Mary Hammel 1747-1818View...
Hammett  Licking Creek township near Harrisonville; 3 graves on Gordon Strait farm, 1 grave on Oliver Daniels farm, copied by Sam ButerbaughView...
HendershotN3945'11.953"W7816'20.846"Bethel township on farm of Shirley Remsburg; 3 marked graves plus 20 fieldstones; recorded by Bernard Barton in 1993 (Address: Buck Valley Rd, Warfordsburg, PA)View...
Hendershot (Buck Valley)N3945'11.5"W7816'21.1"Union township in Buck Valley; 26 marked graves copied from LDS microfilm; earliest Jackson Hendershot died 1859; along Rt 484 at the foot of Sideling Hill Mountain on the Union Twp side, located along the roadView...
Hills ChapelN3949'16.068"W7810'42.888"Bethel township near Dott; 98 marked graves copied from LDS microfilm; earliest Job Hill died 1832 (Address: Alpine Rd, Needmore, PA)View...
Hockensmith  Licking Creek township on Hoop's Hill near Andover; 4 marked graves and 9 fieldstones copied by Hazel Harr in 1978; earliest grave 1854View...
Hooper  Bethel township off Route 643 near Bedford Chapel; 6 readable tombstones copied by D.L. Welsh in 1991View...
Humbert Farm  Ayr Township on Dickey's Mountain Road; copied by Sam Buterbaugh, earliest fieldstone Hess died 1819View...
Huston Family  In Hustontown at the NE side of Route 475 and Pitt Street; five marked graves with 1 field stone marked B S October 21, 1837; copied by Ken Keebaugh.View...
HustontownN402'38.243"W781'45.383"border of Dublin/Taylor township at United Methodist church; about 500 markers copied by Glenn Cordell in November 1982; dates from Civil War period (Address: Pleasant Ridge Rd, Hustontown, PA)View...
Hustontown (Church of God)N4003'45.7"W7800'53.4" View...
Hykes/Martin  Ayr Township south of McConnellsburg; used by Old Order River Brethren; copied by Sam Buterbaugh in the 1960s with a number of weathered field stones; this is the traditional burial place for Daniel McConnell, Sr., the founder of McConnellsburg, on a hillside behind 421 Back Run Rd, McConnellsburg, PAView...
Jerusalem ChristianN3951'4.194"W7815'0.108"Brush Creek township north of Amaranth; 110 graves copied from LDS microfilm about 1950; earliest David May died 1847 (Address:269 Church Rd.)View...
Kendall  Ayr Township on Buterbaugh/Moore farm south of McConnellsburg; 1 marker for the first white woman to die a natural death; copied by Anne Lodge in 1982. (Address: fence row behind 16937 Great Cove Rd, McConnellsburg, PA)View...
KlineN3955.799'W7804.974'Licking Creek township near Andover; 6 graves copied by Sam Buterbaugh; earliest Conrad Cline died 1788View...
Knepper Farm  Taylor township west side of Route 440; note from Ned Knepper in 1978 of 9 gravestones under a machine shed, names unknown; also 3 fieldstone markers on the Harry S. Knepper farmView...
Knobsville MethodistN4000'27.659"W7757'52.226"Todd township, west side of Route 522; about 300 graves copied by Sam Buterbaugh about 1965; earliest Thomas Campbell died 1853 (Address: Knobsville Rd, McConnellsburg, PA)View...
Knobsville ReformedN4000'38.1"W7757'45.8"Todd township, also known as United Brethren; copied in 1960s by Sam Buterbaugh; earliest Susanna Glunt died 1848View...
L. Black Farm  Taylor township; 1 legible Sipes grave; copied by Ned Knepper in 1978View...
Lake Family  Thompson township on Gladfelter Pulpwood land; 12 graves copied by Herbert Powell; earliest Peter Lake 1818-1891View...
Laurel RidgeN3949'40.8"W7804'1.8"Ayr township along Route 928 at Christian church south of Big Cove Tannery; 54 graves copied by Hazel Harr in 1978; earliest Lewis Williams died 1914View...

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