East Mauch Chunk,
JIM THORPE, PENNSYLVANIA
A panoramic view of the Evergreen Cemetery from the fall of 2004, with Mt. Pisgah and Upper Mauch Chunk shown in the background.
The Evergreen Cemetery is the borough of Jim Thorpe’s 2nd non-denominational, public cemetery. Originally it was laid out as the public cemetery for the borough of East Mauch Chunk, but in 1954 the two boroughs of Mauch Chunk and East Mauch Chunk merged to form the borough of Jim Thorpe.
Finding the Evergreen Cemetery – Directions if you plan to visit (Not yet available)
A Section Map of the Evergreen Cemetery – Help in locating a particular family plot
(Not yet available)
A Brief History of the Evergreen Cemetery (Not yet available)
The BURIAL LIST
The following were compiled by using the records of the Evergreen Cemetery Association, combined with a survey of the gravestones made by myself in the fall of 2004. The Association records give date of Name, Date of Death, Section, Plot, and Plot Owner. I’ve added the columns showing Date of Birth and Notes. Much of the information taken from the Association records needed correction, particularly in regards to the Date of Death. The given date was often a few days AFTER the actual date of death, and may originally have been the date of burial, not death. Name spellings also needed correction in some cases. Most importantly, the Association records listed no burials prior to 1923 – all burials shown in the following lists prior to that date had the information taken from the gravestones or other sources.
Surnames that begin with B
Surnames that begin with H
Surnames that begin with K
Surnames that begin with M
Surnames that begin with R
Surnames that begin with S
Surnames that begin with W
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Original burial records by the Evergreen Cemetery Association
Supplemented and corrected by Jack Sterling
All genealogical information researched by Jack Sterling
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