|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
This is a small family cemetery that is no longer in use. It is located next to a corn field and along side the road and it is in the process of being overgrown. There are only about 12 to 15 burials here and have not been any since after WWII. Most of the burials occurred prior to 1900.
This cemetery is not easy to find and these directions should be followed to the letter or it will be missed:
From the intersection of State Route 28/66 and State Route 85, in Kittanning, PA, drive north on 28/66 a distance of 6.93 miles to the village of Slabtown and the intersection of 28/66 and SR 1018 (Often called Dayton Road) Bear right onto SR 1018 and drive a distance of 3.91 miles to the intersection of SR 1018 and T772, which is in front of the Concord Presbyterian Church and cemetery. At this intersection, turn left onto T772 and drive a distance of 1.84 miles to the intersection of T772 and T772. (This is actually a right turn, as Sr 1016 goes straight here.) At this intersection, bear Right here and drive 0.75 miles to the fork intersection at SR 1025. Bear left here and drive about 200 yards, to the next intersection, on SR 1010 and turn right. (Still on SR 2010) On SR 1010, drive a total of 1.0 miles and this cemetery is on the left and is right next to the road. If you get to Curley's Road, you missed it. The cemetery is on the left side of the road, across the road from 1262 State Route 1010, which is a reddish brown house and there are Spruce trees here and an old rundown fence. The cemetery is right along the road but is extremely easy to miss...drive slow!