Greene County, PA

Rosemont Cemetery

Center Township, Greene County, PA

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     Established in 1896, Rosemont Cemetery is the largest cemetery in the western portion of Greene County. It contains several thousand stones. Portions of the roads around the cemetery are paved. It is maintained throughout the year and burials still occur here quite frequently. The oldest stones are located in what is today the back of the cemetery because Route 21 originally was located near there, but was reconfigured in the 1920s and now runs in front of the cemetery. The cemetery contains many elaborate stones.

1) From Waynesburg, follow Route 21 West (West Roy Furman Highway) approximately 6.5 miles.
2) The cemetery is located on the right side of the road, just east of Rogersville.

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Due to the cemetery's size, it has been broken down into six defined sections using the cemetery's own roadways to divide each section.

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Section 1

Section 2

Section 3

Section 4

Section 5

Section 6


Rosemont Cemetery is an original project by Brad Jarvis


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