I know that, prior to my research, I was one of them. In light of the Halloween festivities, and in lieu of Veterans Day which right around the corner, I thought it might be fun to explore the Lehigh Valley’s spookier history.
Bethlehem and Easton both have some interesting old burial sites that might interest the wary reader.
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Sure, everyone knows about the old Easton Cemetery.
With its Greek Revival and Victorian Gothic style architecture, its park-like atmosphere, it is home to thousands of internments, from Revolutionary War heroes, to founders of the county and city, Civil War veterans, and a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
This means that it does not have a supporting cultural resource unit and worship unit.
Instead, to enliven the imagination of preachers and teachers, we have provided scriptural text(s) that we suggest for this moment on the calendar along with a sermonic outline, suggested links, books, articles, songs, and videos.
Presumably, all the graves were moved to Easton cemetery prior to its construction–notably, the remains of the aforementioned George Taylor among them. Some remain on the exterior of the property; though you have to know where to look.
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