Location: S7-T2-R24This cemetery is seven miles south of Beaver, one mile east and one half mile south. The cemetery is fenced, but not currently used. It was started soon after the first Busch Chapel Church of God was started in the early 1900s, when several dedicated Christian families felt the need of a church and cemetery in their community. The late Jim Barker and Walter Busch donated the land for the church and cemetery. The earliest legible marked graves are 1907. It is believed that the latest burial was 1926, but there is no legible marker to prove this data. The latest legible marker is 1921. There are nine marked graves. Inscription on one marker says “Father of Socialism in Beaver County”.
|LAST NAME||FIRST MI||BIRTH||DEATH||OTHER||COMMENT||ROW||SPACE|
|Abrahams||Johnas||London Eng||1914-July-28||Father of Socialism||in Beaver County||D||18|
|Atwood||Orda||1882-Aug-1||1907-May-2||w/o O O Atwood||F||37|
|Collins||Norman Phillip||1921-May-2||1921-Nov-5||Our Darling||B||45|
|Dinger||Elta||1908-Mar-21||1908-Mat 13||d/o J E & Mattie||F||20|
|Dinger||John E||1874-Jul-26||1918 Jum 17||F||18|
|Hatcher||Lee||1908-Jul-1||1908-Jul-21||s/o L A & Alice||E||22|
|Wilson||Sadie Ray||1887-Mar-6||1915-Mar-3||w/o John Wilson||A||18|
|Wilson||Sarah Nell||b/d||1912-May-4||d/o John/Sadie||A||20|
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