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Stewart Cemetery
Oak Forest, Greene County, Pennsylvania

Lat: 39° 50' 13"N, Lon: 80° 13' 42"W
Center Township

Contributed by Brad Jarvis, Jan 04, 2009, last edited Apr 08, 2009 [forza@windstream.net]. Total records = 2.

From Waynesburg follow Route 21 West approximately 1.9 miles and make a left on to Oak Forest Road. Follow Oak Forest Road for 3.2 miles and make a left onto Stewart Run. Follow this road for .7 miles until you come to a pipeline right-of-way on the right side of the road. Cross the field and small stream to the right-of-way. Walk up the right-of-way approximately 20 yards. The cemetery is located in the woods to the right between the right-of-way and a fenceline.

This cemetery is located on private property owned by Mr. Ed Obermiller. Please obtain permission from the property owner before going to the cemetery.

This is a very small family cemetery and is no longer maintained. All stones have fallen, making it virtually impossible to see from the road. Using the GPS coordinates is highly recommended.

I walked the cemetery on 3 Jan 2009. This transcription is complete and includes all existing stones and all the names that are visible. I also have digital photographs of all the stones as well as many views of the cemetery itself and would share them with anyone interested.

- Brad Jarvis


b. = born
d. = died
d/o = daughter of
( ) = author's comments
s/o = son of
s/w = shares stone with
w/o = wife of

Stewart, Amy, d. 9 Mar 1870, In the 76th year of her age, w/o Samuel
Stewart, Samuel, d. 4 Aug 1871, In the 86th year of his age

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