Lancaster Moravian Graveyard (former site),
Lancaster (city), Lancaster Co., PA

10. Lancaster Moravian Graveyard (former site)

Located on the east side of Prince Street, north of Marion Alley.


By 1746 this graveyard was established in association with the former site of the Lancaster Moravian Church at the southwest corner of West Orange and Market Streets (also called St. Andrew's Moravian Church). In 1916/1917 the graveyard was removed and remains were placed in Greenwood Cemetery. A memorial monument was erected at the cemetery's former location. Today the site is occupied by a Us. Post Office.

  • Earliest recorded burial - 1748.
  • Latest recorded burial- 1821.


Transcriptions were not recorded before the destruction of this cemetery. William F. Worner reconstructed who was burial there through "Plan of Burying Ground, 1836", Moravian Archives, Bethlehem, and the lancaster Moravian Church's Burial Book.

  • 1941- Willaim F. Worner, vol.7, p.214.

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Note: The textual information provided for each cemetery concerning location, history and record location is provided courtesy of the Lancaster County Historical Society and is taken from their c.1993 publication "Churches and Cemeteries of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania" by A. Hunter Rineer. To purchase this book or for additional information and records concerning cemeteries please contact the historical society at their website or email them at
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