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(Unfortunately this cemetery was plowed over at some point many years ago. Just recently one native fieldstone was unearthed which ended up being the headstone for Abraham Miller (1780-1849). No other stones were recovered. The
lone headstone that was recovered from this burial site has been secured inside of the present owner's garage. As for anyone else that was buried at this site, no headstone is known to exist at this time)
Also know as: Abraham Miller (Henry W. Saylor) Burial Ground and Abraham Miller Farm Cemetery.
It is located in or near Summit, Somerset Co., PA
From WPA Records:
Situated on the farm owned by Henry W Saylor, now owned by Harry Martz in the meadow adjoining the barn about 50 rods NW and near the Walker line. This farm was formerly owned by Abraham Miller, a son of Peter Miller, and a grandson of John Miller who was wounded in the hand by a shot fired by an Indian in Berks Co. PA during the raid in which the Hostetlers family were killed or captured in the morning of Sep. 20, 1757.