MUNICIPALITY:  Logan Township
CEMETERY NAME:  Tylersville Reformed Cemetery SCHADT NUMBER:  115

AKA:  Tylersville Community Cemetery

Number of Burials (approximate): 400

Dates of Activity: circa 1890s - present


CCGS, The Cemeteries of Crawford, Greene and Logan Townships and Loganton Borough (2004)



From the center of Loganton (the intersection of Routes 477 and 880), travel West on Route 880 for 7.5 miles.  The cemetery is on the right side of the road.

N40 59.383 W77 26.168

Landowner / Caretaker:

Tylersville Community Cemetery

Loganton, PA 17747






This cemetery was laid out around the turn of the 20th century by the people of St. John's Reformed Church in Tylersville, when it was determined that the old Lutheran and Reformed Cemetery was nearly full.  As with the older cemetery, burial was open to anyone who wished to be buried there, and was not restricted to church members.

On 15 September 1948, the cemetery united together with the other two cemeteries in Tylersville to form the "Tylersville Community Cemetery" for uniform maintenance.  The initial office was at the home of LaRue O. Griebnd the initial nine board members were John Bierly, George G. Grieb, LaRue O. Grieb, Lulu Karstetter, T. L. Nicholas, Charles Miller, Russell Miller, Torrence Miller, and Mrs. Cora Simcox.

This cemetery is an active one and very well-kept.  Lot records, furnished by Mr. Gene Persun, were compared with our listings and lot numbers are indicated in this listing.  Where lots are designated with an alphabetical rather than numeric code, these were supplied by CCGS to show that an individual was on a certain lot, where numbers were not shown on the lot map for this area.