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Alba Cemetery, Bradford County, Pennsylvania

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Alba Cemetery home--> Alba Cemetery page one (A)--> Alba Cemetery page two (B) and (C)

Alba Cemetery

Alba Cemetery is located in Alba Borough in the triangle formed by Route 14, Cemetery Street, and Windfall Road. The earliest marked grave I found was dated 1823, but there appear to be earlier stones with almost illegible dates. At least two Revolutionary War veterans are buried here: Reuben Rowley and Noah Wilson. Their graves were marked by fieldstones, but military markers were placed on the graves by Jim Carn in October 2003, after these photographs were taken. This photograph is taken from the north end of the cemetery. The large bush in the center almost covers the graves of Daniel Randall's two wives. The old section lies beyond this bush. The modern section is in the foreground. This picture serves as a link to a larger picture.

About 200 photographs were taken in this cemetery. Page one comprises tombstones from the Old Section (A); page two comprises tombstones called Modern Stones (B) and those from a section located Behind the Hill (C). The three areas are labelled on this map.

Names grouped together by a blue or yellow background appear on the same tombstone. Stated relationships appear on the stones. All names are written as they appear on the tombstone. Additional information on many of these people can be found in the genealogies on this site. Navigation links within these cemetery pages appear near the top of each page. Major navigation links and contact information appear at the bottom.

Alba Cemetery map

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