The latest addition to the One Place Studies Directory is the Sterling-White Cemetery Study.
Formally set aside as the White Family Cemetery around 1850, the grounds eventually became a community graveyard. Although Reuben White‘s burial is the earliest recorded (1848) in the cemetery, it is believed that older gravesites may exist.
As the cemetery expanded, new sections were developed and dedicated, now including lawn crypts, mausoleum crypts, cremation gardens and cremation niches.
This cemetery study is hosted on WikiTree where links to other websites are also provided.