We have very little information in regards to
genealogy. However, the following links may be helpful for those
researching their family history.
We can also try to answer some frequently
asked questions such as the following:
Q. Were the graves at the old Lutheran Church
in Uniontown relocated to either Greenlawn
Cemetery or Woods Cemetery
when the church parking lot was created?
A. In the mid-1950s the remains of Jacob
Bowers, a revolutionary soldier who served seven years under George
Washington, and other family members were removed from the Lutheran Cemetery
and interred at Woods
Cemetery. Other cemetery stones were removed, the
graves left undisturbed, and a common marker was placed in the northeast
corner of the former cemetery. Since
2002, the New Life Episcopal Church owns the building and land.
Q. Where is the Quaker Cemetery
A. What is currently known as the Woods Cemetery
was formerly called the Quaker
Cemetery. It is
located in Uniontown, on the south side of Route 619 (Edison Street), approximately .25 miles
east of the intersection of Cleveland
Avenue and Route 619.