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Let These Stones Speak

We are helping to get the Southern Lancaster County Cemeteries started in “Let these Stones Speak” Lancaster County's Tombstone photo CD series: by Darvin Martin

Each issue includes photos of all the stones still existing in each cemetery for a particular township.Everyname index makes finding anyone of a certain surname easy. Transcription lists are included for former sites when they are available. The cemeteries are checked to older transcription lists and inscriptions for missing stones are included. The first CD for the area Southern Lancaster County Historical Society covers is Providence Township.

This CD is now available at the Archives.

This is volume 6 of the series. It includes the following cemeteries

19 known burial sites, 14 still exist

Burial sites found on this CD:

1. African American Graveyard along Hopkins Mill Road (former site)

2. Bowman-Huber Family Graveyard

3. Clearfield United Methodist Church Cemetery

4. Groff-Eshleman Family Graveyard

5. Groff-Stoneroad Family Graveyard

6. Hart Family Graveyard (former site)

7. Herr-Hammill Family Graveyard

8. Huber Family Graveyard

9. Kuhn Family Graveyard (former site)

10. Lyns-Rees Family Graveyard

11. Montgomery-Fisher Family Graveyard

12. Mount Carmel United Brethren Cemetery (former site)

13. New Providence Church of God Cemetery (old)

14. New Providence Church of God Cemetery (new)

15. New Providence Mennonite Church Cemetery

16. Rising Sun School Graveyard (former site)

17. Smithville Church of God Cemetery

18. Union African Methodist Episcopal Cemetery

19. Whitestick Family Graveyard (former site)

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