Fayette County Genealogy Project

St. Agnes Roman Catholic Cemetery - German Twp.

Directions: From Uniontown, take Route 21 West and exit at the Masontown-Route 166 South exit. In Masontown turn left at the first stoplight (0.8 mile from Route 21)(sign says Smithfield). At the bottom of the hill the road splits, stay to the left at the split. Drive 1.4 miles from the stoplight in Masontown and the cemetery is on the left.

St. Agnes Cemetery, the cemetery for the All Saints Roman Catholic Church of Masontown, PA, was established in 1909 by Father Francis J Kolb. It  was named in honor of the first person buried there, Agnes Morgan. She was the daughter of William and Mary (Dryden) Morgan from Grays Landing, PA. Agnes Morgan died on August 7, 1909 and was buried in this cemetery on August 9, 1909. A plaque in the Cemetery chapel explains this history. - Patricia Lubits Gump

GPS Location:

39.85634 N

79.87747 W

Transcribed from tombstone photos by Sue Picard