Located on Breaknack Road. Go south from Flintstone on Murley's Branch Road to Breakneck Road. Turn left at a "Y" where Breakneck meets Wilson Road. You can see the cemetery from the "Y". It will be on a hill on the right side of the road. Clean, neat, and well kept. (Only Robinette Burials included here.)
Roger C. Robinette: son of J.C.
& E.C. b. Mar.4,1884 d. Jan.22,1909 (age 25)
John C. Robinette: Mar.22,1847 - June 29,1920 (age 73)
Eliza C. Robinette:his wife, Nov.24,1853 - Aug.18,1935 (age 82)
Maza R. Robinette; dau. of J.C. & E.C., Sept.15,1890 - Oct.15,1954 (age 64)
May F. Robinette; 1886 - 1955
William B. Robinette; 1869 - 1932 (age 63)
William H. Robinette; 1850 - 1930
Sallie E. Robinette; his wife, 1854 - 1943 (age 89) - See Census Below.
G.Bruce Robinette; 1856 - 1940
W. Arthur Robinette; 1881 - 1903 (age 22)
Maurice J. Robinette; 1884 - 1905 (age 21)
John P. Robinette; 1885 - 1903 (age 18)
M. J. Robinette; 1819 - 1905 (age 86) - See Census Below.
T. Perry Robinette; 1888 - 1894
Florence Robinette; 1857 - 1901 (age 44)
In memory of my beloved husband, George A. Robinette, d. Feb.23,1887, age 49yr. 5mo.
Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep From which none ever wakes to weep A calm and undisturbed
repose Unbroken by the last of foes (Esquire, b. 1838)
In memory of our dear mother, Harriet Robinette,
wife of Geo. A. Robinette; d.
aged 53yr.9mo.25da. (b. 1846)
Mazie, wife of Wm. B. Robinette;
b. Mar.28,1819 d. Apr.30,1878, sweetly resting (age 59)
Wm. B. (Burton) Robinette; b. Dec.13,1801 d. Oct.19,1879, at rest (age 78, he was a son of
Capt. George, brother of Jesse)- See 1850 Census Below.
Moses G. Robinette; d.
Feb.18,1879 aged 79yr. 8mo. 15da. (b. 1800)
Cressa, wife of Moses G. Robinette; b.Jan.25,1801 d. Dec.7,1887 (age 86)
George ('Tanner") Robinette;
d. Mar.7,1879 age 65yr. 10mo. 4da., fully resigned to the will of
the Lord No fear of death May he rest in peace ( b. 1814, he was the son of Jesse Robinette and
grandson of Capt. George, had a tannery at Flintstone)
Jesse Robinette (spelled Robinete
on the stone); d. Nov.26,1832 age 56yr. 5mo.11da. (he was
b. June 15, 1776 m. Dorcas Johnson on May 8,1807, a son of Capt. George).
Dorcas, wife of J. Robinette; d. Jan.17,1861 age 74yr. 8mo. 25da. (b. Apr.3,1786)- See 1850 Census Below.
Amos , son of J. & D.Robinete; d. Apr.26,1828 age 18yr.2mo.12da. (son of Jesse & Dorcas)
Maria, dau. of M.C. & C. Robinett (no "e" on the end); d. Aug.16,1823 aged 3 days
George Robinette, Captain,
American Revolutionary War; 1750 - 1831, erected 1947 (age 81,
another source gives his date of birth as 1756)
Note: There is also a red fieldstone marker here, possibly the original stone for Captain George
Bessie R. ( Robinette) Decker; 1918 - 1980 ( possibly 1818-1880) (age 62, dau. of Capt. George)
1850 Census of Allegany County -
p 191 dw# 2675, fm# 2717
Wm Robinett - 49 - farmer - RE $2,500
Maza - 39
George - 13
Jesse - 10
John - 4 (could be John C [1847-1920])
p 192 dw#2695, fm# 2733
Dorcas Robinett - 65 - living with Melvan Rice - 23 a ? Smith
1880 Census of Allegany County - p 3 of the Frostburg District,
dw#22, fm# 23
W H Robinette - 30 - farmer
Sallie - 26 - wife - keeps house
? M - 1 - daughter
F J Robinett - 23 - sister-in-law
dw#23, fm# 24
M J Robinette - 61 - farmer - widowed living with housekeeper & her daughter.
Burials not included in this inventory can be found by clicking here.
My sister, Dot, and I recently visited the Flintstone area again in our quest for Robinette grave sites. When returning to Pa in the late afternoon, we spied a cemetery on a hill in a cow pasture, just before the PA line, on Black Valley Rd. After inquiring at the nearest house, we were given permission to access what I would call The Browning Cemetery. It is surrounded by a dilapildated chain link fence and inhabited by at least one overweight groundhog. Here are the headstones we could read:
Ephraim Browning, b. May 2, 1800,
d. Mar. 27, 1892, aged 91 y., 10 m., 25 d.
Anna, wife of Ephraim, Browning, d. May 18, 1877, aged 75 y - See Census Below.
James Browning, b. Oct. 24, 1828,
d. May 20, 1908
Eliza, wife of James Browning, b. Feb. 6, 1883 (probably 1830 dob), d. Jan. 31. 1895 - See Census Below.
On a three-arched stone were three children, a name and date
within each arch, as follows:
Reba, d. 1901; Leonidas, d. 1805; James, d. 1916
And at the bottom of this three-arched stone was written: children of L. and Rachel Dicken
There was also one tall unreadable stone of a Browning
Massie, wife of Wm. Markle, d. May 23, 1908. Aged 68 y., 11 m., 9 d.
Jacob, son of E. & A. Browning (dates unreadable) - See Census Below
8 stones stacked beside the fence. The one on top read: Susanna Browning - See Census Below. It was obviously a child but the rest was unreadable since it is flat and fully exposed to the weather. We didn't disturbed the rest of the stack.
1850 Census of Allegany County, p 186B, dw#2598, fm#2636
Ephraim Browning - 50 - farmer - RE $1,500 - born in PA
Anna - 48 - born in PA
Jeremiah - 28 - born in PA
Joshua - 20 - born in PA
Mary - 16 - born in MD
Jesse - 15 - born in MD
Jacob - 13 - born in MD
Asbury - 9 - born in MD
Susana - 5 - born in MD
1880 Census of Allegany County, p 9 of the Flintstone District, dw#63, fm#67 - all born in PA
James Browning - 52 - farmer
Eliza J - 50 - wife - keeping house
Mechach - 19 - son - working on farm
Melinda - 17 - daughter
Mary E - 15 - daughter
Barbara - 13 - daughter
Annie - 11 - daughter
Rachel - 10 - daughter
Ephram - 80 - father
While scouting the Browning cemetery, the farmer advised us there was another cemetery off a pasture behind the house. So, we checked that out too:
DOLLY, Jonas Miner Dolly, 1877 -1971, beyond the sunset, Dairie Sites Dolly, 1884 -1974, is eternal joy.
BARNES, Herman Deitrich Barnes,
1900 -1971, Zera Dolly Barnes, 1906
Carl Deitrich son of Herman and Zera Barnes, Aug. 6, 1928 - Nov. 9, 1981
MORRISON, Hugh J., 1884 - 1952, Gertha L., 1890 - 1966
James Earl Summers, Maryland, Sgt. Army Service Corps., World War I, Mar. 1, 1883 - Dec. 6, 1956
Mary Jordan, 1885 - 1918
Joseph Daniel Harbel, Oct. 3, 1970 - Oct. 14, 1989
LYTLE, Mother, Gwendolyn R. 1908 - 1971; Father, Dewey S., 1909 - 1974
BROTHER, Burley D. Lytle, 1935 - 1986
B. T. D., Dec. 3, 1930
Daniel P. Dolly, 1910 - 1927
Rosemary Dolly, (no dates)
SON, Raymond Whorton, 1931
UNCLE, Elmer Dolly, 1900 - 1976, gone but not forgotten
DOLLY, Delmer S., 1903 - 1947; Belle S., 1909 - 1977
DOLLY, Roy D. Sr., 1929 - ; Mary E., 1930 - 1989
Eugene F. Hamburg, Maryland, A2C 5025 WHS SQ AF, Oct. 29, 1932 - Nov. 10, 1957
L. D. Strawser, 1876 - 1963; Carrie B., his wife, 1877 - 1914, at rest; Lenora, 1897 - 1922; Raymond, 1914 - .
There was also a new grave, heaped high with weathered flower baskets but no stone yet