KING'S CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY, ORGANIZED 1804, NESHANNOCK TOWNSHIP, LAWRENCE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, INCLUDES BRIEF HISTORIES OF THE CONGREGATIONS AND GENEALOGICAL DATA. 2003 by Dwight Copper. The King's Chapel U.M. Church was founded as a Methodist Episcopal Church in 1804. Tombstone readings are by row. Surname index includes Ace, Aiken, Alley, Allison, Arrow, Axe, Barber, Bartberger, Bauman, Bees, Blews, Boston, Botham, Brennard, Brown, Cameron, Chapin, Chapman, Clark, Cooper, Cover, Covert, Cowan, Cox, Crocker, Curtis, Doney, Drown, Eckert, Eckles, Edwards, Farver, Fenton, Ferver, Fisher, Fobes, Fornataro, French, Fulkman, Garroway, Gibson, Green, Greer, Haley, Hammond, Hannold, Hays, Headings, Heasley, Holyfield, Houston, Hunt, Hutchison, Irvin, Jackson, Kahrer, Kegarise, Keller, King, Kuhn, Langdon, Large, Maitland, Matthews, Mayberry, McBride, McConahy, McDowell, McFarland, McKay, McQuiston, McVay, Mendenhall, Miller, Mitchell, Morris, Morrison, Nash, Naylor, Paden, Palmer, Pinkerton, Pontius, Porter, Randall, Raney, Rankin, Reed, Reinholdt, Reynolds, Richards, Riley, Roberts, Robertson, Robinson, Sankey, Shaffer, Shaw, Shean, Sherbine, Shindledecker, Shoaff, Simonton, Snyder, Springer, Soret, Squier, Stackhouse, Standley, Stanley, Starkey, Steele, Stuyvesant, Taylor, Thomas, Thompson, Twigg, Van Horn, Waddington, Wallace, Watson, Weaver, Westcott, Williams, Williamson, Wilson, Woods, Young, Zeigler, and Zona. The Greer family includes additional genealogical information, ranging back to Robert Greer (born in the late 1600s); also the George Green family. LOC #2003115374 66 pages, 8 1/2 x 11 Softbound.