To Honor our 1,044 Patriots who are buried in over 160 Washington County cemeteries, the George Washington Chapter is erecting Revolutionary War Soldiers Memorial Signs at prominent locations within these cemeteries. These signs tell visitors that there are Revolutionary Patriots buried in the cemetery and lists the names of those Patriots along with their birth and death year if it is known. Each sign has a QR code, that when scanned by a smart phone or tablet, will display more information about each Patriot, such as their service record and any source information that is known. This information is displayed on the George Washington Chapter website with links to the National SAR website, the Pennsylvania Society website, and a feedback form for asking questions, reporting issues with the sign, membership information, etc.
We invite you to visit one of these cemeteries to Honor and Remember our Patriots.
CEMETERY LISTING WITH REVOLUTIONARY WAR PATRIOTS
*Please check regularly for updates as additional cemeteries may be added. Last update(s) on 11/10/2022.
Beallsville Presbyterian Cemetery
Bethel Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Candor Cemetery (Raccoon Presbyterian Church)
Center Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Chartiers Crossroads Presbyterian Cemetery
Emanuel Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Millers Run Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Mt. Hermon Baptist Church Cemetery
Mt. Tabor Methodist Church Cemetery
Old Washington Crypt (Cemetery)
Trussell (Old Dutch Fork) Cemetery
Upper Buffalo Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Van Voorhis Cemetery (access by gate off of Shannon Road)
West Alexander Presbyterian Cemetery
Westland (Old Quaker) Cemetery
For additional information on this project, please contact the George Washington Chapter through Ron Miller.