A family member who died about 1928 was a member of St. Casimir's Church in Plymouth. On her death certificate it says she was buried in Muhlenberg Cemetery. When I looked at the map Muhlenberg seemed awfully far away to bury people. CAn anyone tell me the address of this cemetery and who might be in charge of it?
Fromm Plymouth we headed south on Rte. 11, took a right somewhere then kept stopping to ask if anyone knew where the St. Casimir's Cemetery was. Finally, we asked a gentlemen walking along rr tracks if he knew...and he gave us directions. We did find it, but I have no idea where it was. We got lost so many times. The bronze sign on red brick pillars at the entrance says" St. Casimir's Lithuanian RC ...Plymouth 1925. We passed a sign somewhere that said Hunlock, and I suspect that cemetery is in Hunlock Twp. and the cemetery was for St Casismir's Parish in Plymouth .
There is a very old cemetery in Plymouth for this parish Called the Father Burba Memorial Cemetery. Many LIthuanians were also buried in the Lithuanian Independent Cemetery in West Wyoming.
I'd like to put my ancestor on Findagrave, but I don't know the address of that cemetery.
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