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HOWE CHURCH & CEMETERY 
WASHINGTON CO., PA.

Driving behind Howe Church and through Howe Cemetery

Photos taken by Nikki, (nacs/cahs)


Howe Church & Cemetery 
422 Dally Rd
Long Branch, Pennsylvania 15423

Overview of Tombstones Inside Howe Cemetery

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"Howe and Mount Tabor Cemeteries. Where the old Howe Methodist Church stood many years ago is still the cemetery that was connected with it.  Among the early settlers who are buried there is Elizabeth Howe, born in 1772, died March 16, 1834, aged sixty-two years; William Huggins, died April 27, 1844, in the seventy-fifth year of his age; William Gregg, died Feb. 25, 1851, in the eightieth year of his age; Elizabeth Frye, died June 24, 1836, aged forty-one years; Mary Baker, died July 16, 1874, in the eighty-fourth year of her age."

Source:  Boyd Crumrine, "History of Washington County, Pennsylvania with Biographical Sketches of Many of Its Pioneers and Prominent Men" (Philadelphia: L. H. Leverts & Co., 1882);  History of Washington County, Pennsylvania, Allen Twp. (pp. 643-651)

Transcribed by Patricia Wilson, Coal Center, PA in August 2002 for inclusion on the Washington County, PA Genealogy  pages at http://www.chartiers.com. and associated sites.

 

 

History of Howe Church and Cemetery, Allen Twp, from Crumrine

Howe Cemetery Information Card

Just before Howe Church and Going into the drive-way

Driving behind Church and on roads inside Cemetery

War Memorial outside church

Right Pillar going into Cemetery

Left Pillar going into Cemetery

Pillars on both sides of drive-way going into Cemetery

Ruth Eckart Memorial Chapel

Cemetery information posted on Chapel wall

Overview of Tombstones Inside Howe Cemetery

Howe Cemetery Photo List #1

Howe Cemetery Photo List #2

 

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