CEMETERIES OF BUCKS COUNTY

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Cemeteries are listed on the left!

Also... Check the Township page.

Many of the photographs were kindly submitted. If you have any you would like to contribute, we would be glad to include them. 

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Solebury Friends

PARTIAL LISTING OF REFERENCES AT THE SPRUANCE LIBRARY...

Bucks County Tombstone Inscriptions
Cemeteries...

New Britain Baptist

Nockamixon Union Cemetery

Nockamixon Union Cemetery Also known as: Ferndale Cemetery. Ferndale Bucks County Pennsylvania USA. Search Nockamixon Union

Pennsylvania - Bucks County - Cemetery  Satellite view

Illegible words on church headstones could be read once more thanks to a scan technology developed in the US.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/em/fr/-/2/hi/technology/7024672.stm

Scans reveal lost gravestone text article

 

Does anyone have any information on a cemetery called Cross Keys Cemetery or Old Day Cemetery, located off of Dublin Pike, above Doylestown. I was wondering if there are records available.

 

Monthly Meetings

bulletWrightstown 1933, page 16
bulletBuckingham 1935, page 59
bulletMakefield 1935, page 96
bulletSolebury 1935, 109
bulletNewtown 1935, page 136
bulletFalls 1936, page 145
bulletMiddletown 1936, page 159
bulletForestville 1935, page 177
bulletThompson Memorial 1935, page 190
References at Spruance Libary...
bulletMorrisville Cemetery 1996, 193 pages, indexed
bulletVanHarts,Wharton surnames among those listed, no Benner's
bulletRecords of the Churchville Dutch Reformed, Upper Southampton Township
Pre Revolutionary, 1737 - 1813 approximately
   
   
   

Spruance Library, 974.821 a gift in 1963

 

  • Old Newtown Presbyterian
    • Swamp Road Newtown
  • Bensalem Methodist Churchyard
  • Oxford Valley
  • Pemberton-Morris Cemetery
    • Levittown, Holly Hill section Bolton Farm The original Pemberton Cemetery was on the Delaware South of Biles Island then moved to Pennsbury Manor and owned by U.S. Steel.
  • Cemetery on Windy Bush Road below New Hope in the woods
  • Harding Family Cemetery
    • Bristol & Bridgetown Pike across from Copper Kettle restaurant

Be sure to check the township web pages for cemetery listings within townships.  The listings here are those that have been photographed.

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Hunterdon County Cemeteries

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USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project

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http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/index.html Library of Congress

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http://www.notfrisco.com/colmatales/ 

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http://cemeteries.wordpress.com/

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 http://www.experienceneworleans.com/deadcity.html  New Orleans

 

 

bullet For a copy of Philadelphia Graveyards and Cemeteries, visit http://www.phillygraves.com  or call Arcadia Publishing at 888-313-2665  I have no affiliation, this is just an FYI
bullet The Association for Grave Stone Studies
bullet The Rootsweb Tombstone Project - Bucks County
bullet Find a Grave
bullet MORRISVILLE CEMETERY
bullet Bucks County PA Cemeteries

 

 

 

 

Last Updated: September 19, 2014

 
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