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Saint Johns Lutheran Church Cemetery
Ford City
Armstrong County
Pennsylvania  USA

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CAUTION: This cemetery is not to be confused with the St. John's Lutheran Church, in Ford City, PA. The old St. John's Lutheran Church, which was located here, was torn down a number of years ago and was rebuilt as the United Rockville Lutheran Church. In the cemetery photo, you can locate the car and telephone pole, on the left side of the picture and the flat spot, to the right of the vehicle and in the shadow, is where this building once stood.

This cemetery is part of the current United Rockville Lutheran Church, which is located at the other end of the Crimm Hill Road, which you just passed to get to this cemetery. St. John's Church was torn down and merged with St. Matthew's Lutheran to form the United Rockville Lutheran Church.

Directions: In Manorville, Armstrong County, PA, at the intersection of "OLD" Route 66 and Garrets Run Rd., also known as PA State Route 359, take Garrets run road south for 7.36 miles to the intersection at Little Germany Rd. [This is a very small country road with many sharp turns and intersections. Some of the roads you will pass are Hawk Hollow, Ping Wing Hollow, Smeltzer's Flats Rd, Geidel Rd., Fennel Rd., Elbow Rd. and Crimm Hill Rd. Little Germany Rd. is the next right turn, just past Crimm Hill Rd.]
Turn right onto Little Germany Rd. and drive 0.25 miles to the unmarked cemetery, on the right.

If you continue down Little Germany road, for another 0.75 miles, past St. John's Cemetery, you will get to the Shotts Cemetery and this is another cemetery associated with this Lutheran Church.
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Saint Johns Lutheran Church Cemetery
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