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Information Card for North Buffalo United Presbyterian Cemetery 
WASHINGTON CO., PA.

Washington County, Pennsylvania Cemetery Database  compiled by Gina Nestor, 2001. jgnestor AT comcast.net


Cemetery Name: North Buffalo United Presbyterian Cemetery 

Address: 711 Rural Valley Rd., Claysville, PA 15323 (church Address: ) 

Phone: (724) 345-3637 (church) 

North Buffalo United Presbyterian Cemetery

Washington, Buffalo Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania

Contact:
North Buffalo Presbyterian Church
711 Rural Valley Road
Washington, PA

Latitude: 40 12' 4.13"N

Longitude: 80 20' 38. 49"W

Directions: From Washington follow Jefferson Ave to the intersection of PA 18N (Jefferson Ave.) and PA 844W (Henderson Ave.), take PA 844W for 3.6 mi, turn left at Smiley Rd/State Route 4055 for 0.6 mi, turn right at Rural Valley Rd for .5 mi., the cemetery is right to the side of the church.

Location: Take Rt. 844 out of Washington, PA. Go approx. 3.8 miles, turn left onto Smiley Rd. Go .5 miles, turn right onto Rural Valley Rd. Go .5 miles to reach the church & cemetery. 

Background: In the absence of old church records, the best information I could find says this church was established about 1778. The cemetery most likely dates from the same time but the DAR data records the first interment as 1798. 

Census:  This data was collected by the DAR and found in the genealogy section of the Washington PA library. The data is from 1937 so the burial records may not be complete.
Published in "Miscellaneous Cemeteries, Washington Co., PA", Vol. 2. Copies in the genealogical collection at Citizens Library and Washington Law Library, Washington, PA. 

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Washington County, Pennsylvania Cemetery Database  compiled by Gina Nestor, 2001. jgnestor AT comcast.net


Note: The numbering is not any reference to the cemetery records, if any exist at all.  Instead, the numbering is only a count on this alphabetical list.

 

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