https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwjUmuGA9oTrAhXClHIEHfmECfc4ChAWMBB6BAgIEAE&url=https%3A%2F%2Fjournals.psu.edu%2Fwph%2Farticle%2FviewFile%2F1755%2F1603&usg=AOvVaw1tU_k9UptWYjT51I6m8UOUThe following is from what appears to be a 1936 newsletter or journal of the Allegheny Historical Society (maybe). Note that the names of those buried in the cemeteries was not recorded."Information on Allegheny County cemeteries, including their name, location,
sexton, and total number of graves, recently compiled by the veterans'
grave registration survey sponsored by the local work division of the Federal
Emergency Relief Administration, is contained in "Cemeteries, Graveyards
and Private Burial Places in Allegheny County," which has been received
from Kenneth Ketchum, property accountant of Allegheny County."
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The cemetery is located on Hohman Lane. One side of the property adjoins Route 8 (William Flynn Highway). There is no access from Route 8. It is overgrown and a large tree has fallen on a row of gravestones. Last owner of record “Charlestown Church Trust” in 1826. (year this statement was written unknown)
Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 06 August 2020), memorial page for Edward Baker (1795–1850), Find a Grave Memorial no. 58700666, citing Baker Cemetery, Bakerstown, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA ; Maintained by Roseanne Kocinski-Fowler (contributor 46893887) .
There are eleven graves shown on findagrave.com some with list of family members. click on link below
The following was extracted from the WPA and the New Deal Records
Manuscript Group 214: Warren J. Harder Collection, 1928-1968 (10 cubic feet)
Approximately 7 cubic feet consists of photographic prints and negatives, ca. 1941-63, depicting Harrisburg personalities, community activities, bridges and streams, industrial and commercial facilities, parks and cemeteries, public and private buildings, and railroads. Also present are photographic copies of portraits of U. S. presidents and governors of Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Historic Preservation
Pennsylvania History Society
I am hoping that one or all of the above will help you in your search for information about the cemetery. There is a cemetery similar to the one that you mentioned near me. The boy scouts cleaned it up several years ago as one of their projects.
Alice Lane, Volunteer Researcher
Dear Cono Passione,
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We searched the National Archives Catalog and located 5 series titled the Administrative and Operational Correspondence Relating to Pennsylvania, 3/1933-3/1936; the Administrative and Operational Correspondence Relating to Pennsylvania, 1935-1944; the State Project Reports and Research Publications, 1933-1943; Pennsylvania Indexes, 1935-1943; and Project Files, 1935-1942 in the Records of the Work Projects Administration (Record Group 69) that all contain information about WPA projects in Pennsylvania.
Additionally, we located the series Works Progress Administration Project Files, 1935-1944 from the Records of the War Department General and Special Staffs (Record Group 165) that consists of correspondence and reports relating to Works Progress Administration (WPA) and successor Work Projects Administration (WPA) projects of potential military importance.
The records listed above have not been digitized. For access to and more information about these series, please contact the National Archives at College Park - Textual Reference (RDT2) via email at email@example.com.
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