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Commemorative Marker ST JAMES CEMETERY

St. James (Lititz) Cemetery
Lancaster County,
Pennsylvania

The bronze St. James commemorative marker reads-
“St. James Graveyard
Begun in 1744 by settlers who founded a Union Church nearby and later organized the Warwick (now Lititz) Moravian Congregation”.

St. James Cemetery is located at the NE corner of Pine Lane and West Center Street in Lititz, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; Lat. 40° 9’ 15” North and Long. 76° 18’ 29” West.

The cemetery was active from 1744 until the opening of the Moravian Cemetery, located 1/4 mile due east.

Contributed on 8/9/09 by murmering-markers
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Record #: 28034

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Submitted: 8/9/09 • Approved: 10/22/09 • Last Updated: 4/1/18 • R28034-G0-S3

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