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The cemetery holds the remains of persons dating back to the mid-1700s, before the USA was born. The cemetery holds the remains of persons dating back to the mid-1700s, before the USA was born.
Jerusalem Western Salisbury Church historian Joshua Fink, in colonial garb, tells his audience about headstones which reveal information on some of the oldest legible gravesite markers in Lehigh County. The cemetery includes the remains of Lenni Lenape Indians who resided along the Little Lehigh before the birth of this nation. Jerusalem Western Salisbury Church historian Joshua Fink, in colonial garb, tells his audience about headstones which reveal information on some of the oldest legible gravesite markers in Lehigh County. The cemetery includes the remains of Lenni Lenape Indians who resided along the Little Lehigh before the birth of this nation.

An afternoon spent viewing historic gravesite markers

Wednesday, May 21, 2014 by The Press in Focus

PRESS PHOTOS BY JIM MARSH

Area residents with an interest in local history gather at Jerusalem Western Salisbury Church May 18 for a "Spring Afternoon Cemetery Walking Tour" in the church's cemetery, one of the oldest in Lehigh County.