States: Pennsylvania: Centre
Check this online listing for that cemetery.
The cemetery is actually called Emmanuel United Church of Christ, formerly Reformed, and Lutheran/Union Cemetery but, since it is the only one in the village, it is called the Tusseyville Cemetery. In the past I've think I've seen it called Loop Church and Tusseyville Reformed and Lutheran Church. My great uncle was a minister there and went there when he was growing up as well as the rest of the family. The family story goes that my grandfather was dared him that he wouldn't wink at one of the Wolfe girls in that church. He took the dare and she waited for him after church. He walked her home and that was the beginning of our family tree!
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