BEACHY GRAVE YARD

Situated in Elk Lick Twp., Somerset Co., PA on the farm now owned by Rev. Moses M. Beachy, one half mile south of Niverton, about 450 yards northwest of the farm building, near the edge of the limestone quarry. Transcribed from the WPA records by Jean Wall

NO SURNAME   RELATIONSHIP BORN DIED AGED NOTES
1   B. M.     1849    
2   N x B     04/21/1856    
3   J. M.          
4   C. B. M.     1826    
5 BEACHY B. wife of Peter Beachy son of the first 02/08/1850    
      Peter Beachy in Somerset, Co., PA      

6 One grave no marked: Peter Beachy is buried here. Died about 1869. Was over 90 years old. This information comes from persons who remember him. This was the second Peter Beachy-husband of Barbara Beachy, previously noted. They were the parents of Bishop Joel Beachy and Aaron Beachy, both very prominent and highly respected citizens of Garret Co., MD. Peter Peachy's father was also named Peter and was the first Beachy to settle in Somerset County. He was buried in the grave yard on the Amos Yoder farm near Springs, Somerset Co., PA. Total 6 graves