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 Reade Cemeteries
Cambria Mills Baptist Cemetery
Mt. Zion Lutheran Cemetery
Pleasant Hill Cemetery
Roseland Cemetery
Roseland Church Cemetery
Troxell/Leamer Cemetery
United Brethren Cemetery
  (part of Pleasant Hill)

 Reade Obituaries
on the White Twp web page

 Reade Communities
Van Ormer

 Other Reade Links
1894 Tax Assessment
Brief History of White & Reade Twp
Reade High School
History of Reade High School
Reade Township Maps
Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church
Bell's Gap Railroad Extension

Reade Township was formed September 1, 1879 from a portion of White Township. It was named in honor of George M. Reade, a lawyer from Ebensburg.


Borderline Cemeteries
Dean Twp Richland SR 153 1 mile South of Dean, then left 1.6 mi.; Surnames: Brown, Dougherty, Hildebrand, Hollis, Read, Yingling
White Twp Beaver Valley-U.B. Flinton, west off SR 153, then in Beaver Valley. Surnames: too many to list.
Allemans Oak Grove-Methodist At Allemans, left at intersection, (in town); Clearfield Co; Surnames: Alleman, Glasgow, Hannah, Mulhollem
Allemans Criswell 500 yards N E of Oak Grove, in woods; Clearfield Co; Surnames: Criswell, Scott, Landis

Last Updated: 24 Feb 2014
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