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Norman J. Meinert
 O'Hara Township, Allegheny County, PA

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Tombstone Inscriptions from
St. Peters Lutheran Cemetery
6933 Lemington Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA
(412) 441-5775

Entrance Photos...Yesteryear and Today (2002)
(Compliments of Carolyn Thomas and George & Jean H. Klein)

For other views of St. Peter's Cemetery select from one of the following:
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To read a "Transcription of microfilmed Membership List — January 1891—? St. Peter’s Evangelical and Reformed German Lutheran Church, East End, Pittsburgh PA University of Pittsburgh Archives: AIS Micro 77:20, Reel 1", by Carolyn J. M. Thomas (western37@cox AT net) Click here.

This cemetery is owned by St. Peter's Church of Christ which was originally St. Peter's Evangelical & Reformed church. The cemetery was formed around 1840 and moved to its present location in 1878.

The congregation of the church has gotten so small that they have built a small chapel on the cemetery grounds and sold their old building in East Liberty. The church was formed in 1839. Microfilm of the old records for the church are available at the Archives Service Center (formerly AIS) on Thomas Blvd and at the Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society (WPGS), located in the Pennsylvania Department, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (Oakland).

The files are entered here by Sections and Divisions. You may select any particular Section or Division below by clicking on the appropriate letter or number.

The bulk of the posted transcriptions here were collected, recorded, copyrighted and contributed to this website by George & Jean H. KLEIN, ( If you are fortunate enough to find anyone you're looking for here, please drop George & Jean an E-Mail to express your gratitude for all their hard work!

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Last Update:  May 20, 2011


Map - Courtesy of Donna Booth, 2009

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