Transcription (completed 5 May 2008)
This cemetery is on what was a large tract of forested land owned by the Horm family the first grave here was that of Lewis Horm's grandmother Elizabeth Horm, who died in 1839. This stone and all the other natural sandstone markers in the cemetery are the handiwork of Lewis M. Horm.
From the Stone Marker for the Cemetery
This stone is a natural foramtion discovered in the near-by forest by Lewis M Horm many years ago.
He prepared the stone and was instrumental in having it moved to this spot and erected thereon as a marker to the cemetery entrance and giving the date of the first grave in the cemetery - 1939.
From Reynoldsville go west on Main Street (Rt 322) for about 3 miles and turn right on Hormtown Road baring to the right onto Haines Ridge Road for about 1.4 miles. The cemetery is on the left.
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