Mt. Pleasant-Apple Cemetery


Apple (Mt. Pleasant) Cemetery is located in the south central portion of Section 20 of Liverpool Township.  Follow Route 24 in a southwesterly direction until you pass Little America. If you reach Lewistown, you've gone too far.  Turn right on Clark Road (1960E) which will lead you right to the cemetery.

This cemetery was originally named "Apple" Cemetery after Henry Apple, who gave an acre of land for the burial ground.  In later years the name of the church and cemetery was changed to Mt.  Pleasant for some unknown reason.  When the people of the community incorporated the cemetery and learned there was already a cemetery named Mt.  Pleasant in the state and on the suggestion of Mr.  Frank Hummel the old name of Apple Cemetery was used.  Article dated September, 1935. unknown source.  APPLE SCHOOL aka Mt.  Pleasant School located 4 1/2 miles east of Lewistown directly across from Mt.  Pleasant Church is no longer there.  It was moved to the residence of Mrs.  Bertha Nott.  --  Submitted by Judy Wickert.


Photographed by J. Crandell on June 3, 2004


Many sincere thanks go to Judy Wickert for her hard work and dedication
and to Elizabeth & Norman Pollitt who are the overseers of this cemetery.

Write Judy at judy.wickert "at", if you would like to contact her regarding this cemetery list...

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