Gregory Family Burial Ground in an abandoned rural family burial ground that is now off-road. There is no deed and the cemetery is in state forest without maintenance, road access, or parking. The burials are in the mid-1800s around the time the family father, Private Zalmon L. Gregeory, was deployed with Company M, 2nd PA Heavy Artillery Regiment to the Civil War. Unfortunately, he died in hospital in Washington DC of tuberculosis on 19 May 1864, followed by interment at the Arlington National Cemetery.
To locate the cemetery begin at the Hypocrite Snowmobile Trail Head along the west side of Government Road. Follow the trail westward for about 1/10th of a mile or about 2 minutes of walking. When the trail turns to the north, look for a planted pine forest to the west of the road. Then enter the forest walking westward. Follow the southern border of the east-west rows of planted pine trees for about .2 miles or 4 minutes of walking. As the grade becomes steeper downhill, you will encounter a north-south fallen field stone wall cutting across the pine tree rows. The cemetery is on the west side of this wall in a small clearing of the planted pines. The pines could be harvested in the future, changing the lay of the land. Hand held GPS is useful.
GPS Coordinates: 41.67145, -76.92146
- Added: 12 Mar 2016
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2606620
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