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Cemetery Directions and Photographs


Brick Church or
Shelleyís Mennonite Cemetery
Monroe Township

From the traffic light in Mifflintown, follow Rt. 35 north/east for a distance of about 17 miles, through the villages of McAlisterville, Bunkertown and Evandale. Prior to reaching Richfield, on the right will be the Mennonite Historical Center. Turn right into the parking area. Cemetery is on the hill behind the old church and Center.

Lauverís Mennonite Church and Cemetery
Monroe Township

Take Route 35 North/east through Oakland Mills, McAlisterville and Bunkertown. After passing the East Juniata High School, drive approximately 1.3 additional miles. The red brick church and the cemetery are on the left side of Route 35 just after township road T 470 [Apple Rd.]

Niemondís Church Cemetery
Monroe Township

From the traffic light in Mifflintown, follow Rt. 35 north/east through the villages of McAlisterville, Bunkertown and Evandale a distance of about 15 miles. At the near end of Evandale, turn right onto Rt. 2017 and follow it to the intersection of SR 2014 [bear right along SR 2017 passing Sand Valley Rd., TR 523 on the left] for 1.4 miles. Turn left onto SR2014 [Niemondís Church Rd] and drive 1 mile to the church cemetery.

Richfield Union
or Richfield Community Cemetery
Monroe Township

From the traffic light in Mifflintown, follow Rt. 35 north/east for a distance of about 19 miles, through the village of McAlisterville, Bunkertown and Evandale to the farther end of Richfield. Turn right just before St. Johnís Lutheran Church and go south for one block [SR 2016]. Next to the cemetery are the United Methodist Church, the Richfield United Church of Christ and St. Johnís Lutheran Church, all white clapboard with red doors.




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