MUNICIPALITY:  Gallagher Township
CEMETERY NAME:  Lucullus Cemetery SCHADT NUMBER:  083


Number of Burials (approximate): 20

Dates of Activity: 1862 - 1993


CCGS, The Cemeteries of Gallagher, Pine Creek, and Wayne Townships (2005)



From the intersection of Jay and Water Streets in Lock Haven, PA, travel over the bridge to Lockport.  Turn right at the end of the bridge onto Route 664, and travel a total of 23.5 miles.  Lucullus Cemetery is on your left, in a wooded area just off the roadside.  You must park against an embankment along the side of the road. As this area is heavily wooded, it is advised to avoid it during hunting season.

N41 21.775 W77 32.101

Landowner / Caretaker:

Nancy L. Nicalo

P.O. Box 37

Waterville, PA 17776



Poor / Brush needs to be cleaned out and scattered gravesites identified



Lucullus appears to be the site of a logging community over 100 years ago.  It is known that the Barton Independent School was located here, circa 1907.  The cemetery contains many graves, mostly of children, scattered throughout a small area of woods.  It was maintained for many years by John Giles, who was buried there after his death in 1993.  It is currently looked after, and although it is grown up into woods, each grave is marked with a white metal cross and artificial flowers.