- St. James Episcopal
- Lancaster (city), Lancaster
15. St. James Episcopal
north side and rear of the church at the northeast corner of
Duke and Orange Streets.
graveyard was established about 1744 and closed to further
burials in 1908. Later this church used the Lancaster
Cemetery for burials.
- Earliest recorded
- Latest recorded
- 1933- William F.
Worner, Lancaster County Historical Society
Papers, vol.37, (1933), p.137-160.
- 1963- Robert D.
Tunney, Lancaster County Historical Society
Papers, vol.67, (1933), p.126-136.
- 1901- "St. James
Church Records", Lancaster County Historical Society
- 1916- "Old St. James
Church Yard", Lancaster County Historical Society
Papers, vol.20, (1916), p.99-125.
- 1944- Harry Martin
John Klein, The
History of St. James' Church, 1744-1944, p.302-311.
The cemetery is located to the east side
of the church.
A portion of the graveyard remains to the
north of the church.
Historical Marker for St. James Episcopal
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