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Cemetery Directions and Photographs


John Fritzing Grave
Susquehanna Township

This grave site is of Civil War veteran John Fritzing, Co. F, 3rd PA Horse Artillery who was mustered into service February 24, 1864. He is buried in the hillside on the Showwalter farm near Klinger Hollow, close to the village of Oriental. Nothing is known about his life before or after the Civil War or the circumstances of his death. [1]

[1] Civil War File, John Fritzing.



Salem United Methodist Church Strawsers Church Cemetery
Susquehanna Township

From the traffic light in Mifflintown, follow Rt. 35 to McAlisterville, about 9 miles. Turn right at the traffic light onto Rt. 235. Follow this route to East Salem, about 3.6 miles; turn left in East Salem continuing to follow Rt. 235. Follow Rt. 235 past the Cross Roads Church of God of Prophecy [formerly Whiteland United Methodist], and Turkey Valley United Methodist Church [formerly Bethlehem United Methodist Church] about 7.6 miles. Go through the village of Seven Stars remaining on Rt. 235. Pass the St. James Cemetery turning left at the T intersection, about 2.8 miles. Approximately 1.5 miles further Rt.35 intersects with SR 2023. Follow 2023 about 1 mile further. The cemetery lies on the right hand side of the road.



St. James United Methodist Church Cemetery
Susquehanna Township

From the traffic light in Mifflintown, follow Rt. 35 to McAlisterville, about 9 miles. Turn right at the traffic light onto Rt. 235. Follow this route to East Salem, about 3.6 miles; turn left in East Salem continuing to follow Rt. 235. Follow Rt. 235 past the Cross Roads Church of God of Prophecy [formerly Whiteland United Methodist], and Turkey Valley United Methodist Church [formerly Bethlehem United Methodist Church] about 7.6 miles. Go through the village of Seven Stars remaining on Rt. 235 for another 2.8 miles to the cemetery, which lies on both sides of the road. The church sits at a T intersection with Rt. 235 and road name and number.

The church is also known as the Church of Living Waters.



Some cemetery transcriptions are available online at the Juniata Co PAGenWeb site.



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