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(This is probably really Union Presbyterian Church Cemetery and I am working to get the name changed within Find-A-Grave.)
The following information has been provided by Alan Saltsman:
This cemetery is on the north side of Route 380, exactly 1.1 miles east of the intersection of Routes 380 and 366. The tiny village of Camp Jo-Ann is just northwest of this road intersection. The cemetery is in Washington Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
In April 2009, Alan Saltsman made an attempt to photograph every marked grave. He then added 80 memorials to the 12 memorials already present resulting in a total of 92 memorials. The most recent burial appears to be 2001.
The cemetery is mowed on a regular basis. It is on a fairly steep hill which could pose acces problems for some individuals. Most of the gravestones face east.
The following information was gleaned from a local person who lived near the cemetery. "There was an old church beside this cemetery, but it was torn down many years ago. Across Route 380 from this cemetery (on the south side of Route 380) is the new church which does not have a cemetery."