On the west
side on New Danville Pike, located on the hill across from
the former site of Levan's Mill.
- Earliest recorded
burial - 1850
- Latest recorded
burial - 1862
- William F. Worner,
The Johns Graveyard,
was on the farm of Walter L. Shenk, in Lancaster
Township, according to Worner (1935). It was
approximately a mile south of Lancaster city and 60 feet
west of the New Danville Turnpike. The graveyard adjoins
a road leading from the turnpike. At the time of Worner's
visit, there were one fieldstone, two headstones, and two
Michael, son of John and
Eva Johns, b. Oct. 7, 1819, d. Oct. 17, 1862, age
Henry, son of David
and Ellen Bowman, b. Dec. 9, 1849, d. Oct. 1, 1850, age
- 1930s - Albert B.
Gerberich, reel#1, part 1, p.126.
- 1935- William F.
Worner, vol. 3, p.59.
- undated, Benjamin B.
Lippold, Lancaster County Historical Society.