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Crail Farm is located in Raccoon Township, off of Patterson Road. It has been reported by numerous sources that there are no visible stones at the cemetery. The cemetery is on PRIVATE PROPERTY.
NO STONES ARE VISIBLE.
A listing in Beaver County Cemeteries Vol. 4, lists the following names in the cemetery: Barns, Coleman, Crail, Potts, Purdy, Rambo, Rand and Singleton.
L.L.H. Crail, a farmer, school director and township auditor, was born in Raccoon Township in 1831. He was the son of Sethelius Middleton and Sarah B (Guthrie) Crail who raised their 5 children on the farm, which passed into the hands of L.L. H. Crail. When L.L.H. owned the farm it was composed of 160 acres of the original tract of 245 acres. In 1857, he married Elizabeth Christler, daughter of John Christler. They had 5 children: Alfaratta, Ida May, Atlas Omar, Clara Emma and Ernst Jansen.
They were members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. His grandfather, John Crail, was one of the first members of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Raccoon Township and his house was the first place where Methodist teaching was held, according to the book History of Beaver County (1888).