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St. Clair Cemetery (Located on Scott Road in Mt. Lebanon, Allegheny County, PA)
A sign at the cemetery reads:. . .

"In this cemetery are buried many of the early settlers of this area. It became in 1805 the burying ground of the Associated Reformed Congregation of Saw Mill Run(now Mt. Lebanon Presbyterian Curch). A log church stood on the lower section of the cemetery.

Land for the cemetery and the original church waas provided from the land grants of Andrew McFarlane , Alexander Long and James Long."

Mt. Lebanon Historical Society





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