This cemetery is located off Rt 20. Go up Pine Fork past Piney and Ross. On the left is a pipeline right of way and to the right of that is a road back up on the hill. The cemetery is located up this road for about 300 feet.
|Fluharty, Eliza Ann||1881||1968|
|Fluharty, Infant||14 Aug 1913||s/o H & EA|
|Fluharty, Ada||21 Feb 1910||23 Oct 1914||d/o H & EA|
|Fluharty, Ora||10 Aug 1914||21 Nov 1968||d/o H & EA|
|Fluharty, Mabel||28 Mar 1903||6 Nov 1904||d/o JM & MD|
|Fluharty, Lewis E.||1873||1944|
|Fluharty, Lucinda B.||1876||1939|
|Fluharty, Infant||1920||d/o LE & LB|
|Fluharty, Lillian Nell||8 Dec 1912||4 Jul 1913|
|Fluharty, Rex||12 Jul 1910||27 Jul 1910|
|Fluharty, "Little" Elzy||12 Aug 1908||24 Sep 1908||s/o LE & LB|
|Fluharty, Russell||5 Oct 1906||17 Oct 1906||s/o LE & LB|
|Fluharty, Blanche||9 May 1905||22 Aug 1905||d/o LE & LB|
|Fluharty, Ira M.||16 Apr 1898||26 Jun 1898||s/o Z & SL|
|Laughlin, Frank H.||21 Dec 1906||21 Sep 1908||s/o RC & F|
|Snodgrass, Elizabeth A.||24 Sep 1865||20 Nov 1919|
|Snodgrass, Vivian B.||26 Sep 1906||10 Jun 1907||d/o D & EA|
On Ira M. Fluharty's marker was found this unusal epitaph:
Could ye but see our white array
So free from spot or stain
You would not call your loved one back
To weep on earth again...
Elizabeth A. Snodgrass's marker was shaped like a stump sitting on four logs with this inscription: "In memoriam -- Woodmen Circle"
This cemetery was read by Francis and Karen Fetty Bland.