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Saint Barbara Cemetery
Brisbin, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania

Lat: 40°48'43"N, Lon: 78°23'19"W

This was the older cemetery used by members of the former Saint Barbara Church in Houtzdale, mostly a Polish congregation.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 16.

Contributor's Index:

Brennan, Mary L. (Lutz), b. 1913, d. 2000 New Jersey, [BB]
Luc, Marcin, b. 1854 Solina, Poland, d. 1919, John Lutz's uncle, [BB]
Lutz (Luc), John, b. 1890 Solina, Poland, d. 1980 Blackburn, h/o Victoria (Moskalik) Lutz, [BB]
Lutz, Anna R. (Wajcura), b. 1890 in Houtzdale, PA, d. 1969 Ramey, PA, w/o Mike Lutz, [BB]
Lutz, John F., b. 1910, d.1961, [BB]
Lutz, Joseph M., b. 1884 Solina, Poland, d.1941 Ramey, h/o Rose (Frankowicz) Lutz, [BB]
Lutz, Joseph, b. 1914, d. 1914, infant son of Joseph and Rose (Frankowicz) Lutz, [BB]
Lutz, Martin, b. 1912, d. 1948, [BB]
Lutz, Mike, b. 1887 in Solina, Poland, d. 1968 Ramey, PA, h/o Anna (Wajcura) Lutz, [BB]
Lutz, Rose T. (Frankowicz), b. 1889 in Brisbin, PA, d. 1966, w/o Joseph Lutz Ramey, [BB]
Lutz, Victoria (Moskalik), b. 1893 Srednia Wies, Poland, d. 1980 Blackburn, w/o John Lutz, [BB]
Materna, Andrew, b. 1912, d. 1921, s/o Joseph and Anna (Moskalik) Materna, [BB]
Materna, Anna (Moskalik), b. 1879 Srednia Wies, Poland, d. 1961, w/o Joseph Materna Blackburn, [BB]
Materna, Joseph, b. 1873 Srednia Wies, Poland, d. 1959, h/o Anna (Moskalik) Materna Blackburn, [BB]
Moskalik, Mary (Michniewicz), b. 1893 Srednia Wies, d. 1979 Atlantic, PA. w/o Michael Moskalik, [BB]
Moskalik, Michael T., b. 1886, Srednia Wies, Poland, d. 1966 Atlantic, PA. h/o Mary (Michniewicz) Moskalik, [BB]

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