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Greene County, Pennsylvania
Lat: 39° 54' 55"N, Lon: 80° 07' 44"W
Contributed by Brad Jarvis, Dec 26, 2009, last edited Dec 30, 2009
Total records = 1.
At the intersection of Route 21 and Route 188 in Waynesburg, turn
onto Route 188 (also known locally as the Jefferson Road) and follow
for 2.4 miles. Make a sharp left on to Braden Run Road and follow
for less than a tenth of a mile. The cemetery is located in the
woods to your left just below the road and just before a gas pipeline
right-of-way. It will be very difficult to see even during the winter
months because it is very small. GPS coordinates will be helpful
in locating it.
This cemetery is abandoned and is in no longer maintained. I
found two fieldstone markers, one of which has the letter "M"
then a heart symbol then either the letter "H" or "M"..
I walked the cemetery on Dec 26, 2009 with my friend Charles
Newman. This transcription is complete and includes all existing
stones. I also have digital photographs of all the stones as well
as many views of the cemetery itself and would share them with
- Brad Jarvis
Hook, James, b. 1749, d. 1834, Captain Co. A 13th Virginia
Regiment Revolutionary War, Revolutionary War Flag Marker
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