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Zion MethodistN407'55.9"W784'16.6"Taylor township near Waterfall; 5 marked graves plus 14 with initials copied October 1982 by Connie & Glenn Cordell; church founded 1853View...
Zion LutheranN3946'5.8"W7817'39.9" View...
Woollet  Dublin township along Old State Road south of Ft. Littleton; 20 markers copied in 1981 by Ken Keebaugh; earliest Margaret Wollet died 1832View...
WinkN3953'33.274"W785'42.286"Belfast township on the former William Wink farm off Timber Ridge Road along Foster Rd; 40 markers copied in 1960s by Sam Buterbaugh; earliest Jacob Winke died 1806 (Address: N Foster Rd)View...
WinegardnerN406'17.916"W782'5.119"Taylor township northeast of Winegardner school; copied 1978 by Ned R. Knepper who said "There could be as many as 100 graves here; grown up in briars, almost impossible to get through." Note: This cemetery has been restored and is now in fine condition. (Address: South Madden Rd, Waterfall, PA)View...
Wible  Todd township on Paul Ratliff farm; 4 markers copied October 1981 by Connie & Glenn CordellView...
Whips Cove ChristianN3951'19.3"W7814'18.2"Brush Creek township; copied in the 1960s by Sam Buterbaugh; earliest Catharine Diehl died 1864View...
Wells Valley Presbyterian CemeteryN404'54.914"W787'54.556"Wells Township (Address: Wells Valley Rd, Wells Tannery, PA)View...
Wells Valley ChapelN406'35.8"W786'52.8"Wells township between New Grenada and Wells Tannery; formerly United Brethren; about 180 markers copied November 27, 1983 by Connie and Glenn Cordell, earliest Watson died 1852.View...
Wells MethodistN405'37.540"W787'20.693"Wells township; over 300 graves copied in September 1983 by John Nelson, Sam Buterbaugh, Glenn & Connie Cordell; earliest Benjamin Green died 1841 (Address: 1568 Wells Valley Rd, Wells Tannery, PA)View...
Warfordsburg PresbyterianN3945'14.723"W7811'22.874"Bethel township in town of Warfordsburg; about 400 graves copied 1964-65 by Sam Buterbaugh; earliest Whitford died 1854 (Address: 12957 Buck Valley Rd, Warfordburg, PA)View...
Warfordsburg MethodistN3945'9.4"W7811'13"Bethel township in center of Warfordsburg; 32 graves copied by Glenn Cordell in December 1984; earliest Ann Graves died 1822View...
Vallence  Licking Creek township on Pearl Bishop farm; 6 Vallence stones copied by Floyd Sipes plus 12 creekstones said to be Vallence; 1 grave said to be a Frenchman who murdered his wife by cutting off her head with an axeView...
Union ChristianN3956'51.856"W7813'55.816"Brush Creek township at Crystal Springs; also called Old Gapsville; 71 markers copied from LDS microfilm; earliest Morgan Barton died 1810; it is said the hillside was covered with markers before World War II when more than 100 markers were removed. (Address: Old 126, Crystal Springs, PA)View...
UnionN3952'51.578"W781'11.566"Ayr township, 3.7 miles south of McConnellsburg; largest cemetery in Fulton County; some show burial date instead of death date, copied from the Cemetery Association book in 1979 by Susan Weller (Address: 17591 Great Cove Rd, McConnellsburg, PA)View...
Tonoloway Primitive BaptistN3943'43.700"W7810'12.392"Thompson township near Maryland line; large, early cemetery copied by Sam Buterbaugh in 1960s; earliest Perthenia Truax died 1781. (Address: Thompson Rd, Needmore, PA)View...
Tice Familynear 40 degreesnear 70 degreesTodd township on old Oscar Martz farm off Dutch Corner Road; 3 markers under apple tree copied by Glenn Cordell in 1981; 3 stones can be seen from East Dutch Corner Road facing west on hillside View...
Sipes #2  Licking Creek Township on Patterson Run Road; 4 children and 11 unmarked graves, copied by Floyd Sipes.View...
Sipes  Licking Creek Township on Chester Decker farm near Harrisonville; 9 markers copied by Sam Buterbaugh plus fieldstones; earliest Philip Sipes died 1857.View...
Simpson Farm  Thompson township on Dickey's Mountain Road, also called Pittman cemetery; copied about 1960 by Sam Buterbaugh; earliest Joseph Pittman died 1829View...
SiloamN3958'0.883"W7804'29.871"Licking Creek township at Methodist church; copied in June 1978 by Floyd Sipes and updated in 1980 by Dixie Fix; earliest Catharine Sipes died 1835 (Address: 9541 Pleasant Ridge Rd, Harrisonville, PA) View...
Sideling Hill Primitive BaptistN3954'26.246"W789'12.799"Belfast township near Sipes Mill; copied in early 1960s by Sam Buterbaugh; recorded in 1991 Historical Society book; very large and early cemetery, with 300 old markers removed about 1935 (Address: Sipes Mill Rd, Needmore, PA)View...
Sideling Hill ChristianN3958'59.733"W7807'45.370"Licking Creek township near Harrisonville; copied in 1960s by Sam Buterbaugh; earliest James Morton died 1859 (Address: 10424 Sipes Mill Rd, Needmore, PA)View...
Shotts  Todd township on old Newton Bard farm west of Peach Orchard Road; 3 graves copied by Hazel Harr and Winifred Chesnut who remembered when there were more markersView...
ShivesN3943'22.435"W788'21.132"Thompson township on Dickey's Mountain Road at Maryland line; 56 graves copied by Hazel Harr in 1978; earliest Sarah Shives died 1839 (Address: Tollgate Ridge Rd, Mercersburg, PA)View...
Rohm CemeteryN3956.897'W7814.036' View...
Ridge  Todd township near west edge of McConnellsburg in Negro community; 1 tombstone but many unmarked graves, visited August 15, 1979 by Sam Buterbaugh and Glenn Cordell.View...
RehobethN3945'2.102"W787'19.240"Thompson township on Tollgate Ridge Road (SR 2002), 2 miles north of Mason-Dixon line. Rehobeth United Methodist Church, established 1870. Over 300 graves. (Address: 2328 Tollgate Ridge Rd, Mercersburg, PA)View...
Puterbaugh  Todd township on George Richards farm; 1 tombstone moved from rock pile to McConnellsdale Brethren by Sam Buterbaugh in 1997View...
Poplar SpringN28 43' 50"W78 12' 46"Bethel Township, 2.7 miles south of Warfordsburg and 0.7 miles north of the Maryland border; field cemetery at the top of a hill 50 yards east of Green Lane (T-306). 12 graves for Gregory and Hixon families; earliest Joseph H. Gregory (1806-1811). Copied by John Ranck.  Information Page.View...

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