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Re: Mcchesneytown cemetery?
Posted by: Karen Lasher (ID *****9724) Date: April 05, 2011 at 07:53:16
In Reply to: Mcchesneytown cemetery? by Sheri of 3105

Hi, You might find the cemetery you are looking for named Mechesneytown Cemetery listed below. It is outside Latrobe, PA. I looked for your Shaner relative and didn't see the name listed, but that's not to say he isn't there. The Shaner surname is very prominent in Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties. There is a town closeby called Shaner Station and later called Shaner, that was along the Youghegheny River and rail tracks in the coal mine region. Robbins Station was the next little town, named for the Robbins family. Good Luck, Karen.

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