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Weaver Family Cemetery
Cedar Grove Rd & Deerville Rd
Directions: From Mifflintown follow SR 3002 [old Rt. 22/322], east for 2.4 miles to the intersection with Rt. 75. Turn left towards Rt.22/ 322 and drive 0.5 miles passing T 351 [Deerville Rd] on the right. Beyond Deerville Rd. is a grassy/ gravel area on the right side of the road. Park at this spot and walk the grassy lane out to the cemetery. The cemetery is enclosed by an old wrought iron fence and is underneath a grove of evergreen trees.
History: David Weaver [Weber] came to Juniata County with his wife, Elizabeth Stouffer, in 1806 and settled in that part of Juniata County which is now Walker Township. The Weaver Family was originally from Lancaster County. The immigrant settler Weber had three sons, George, Henry and Jacob. They settled in the area that is since known as Weaverland, near Blue Ball. Other Weaver family members are buried in the Lost Creek and Delaware Mennonite Cemeteries in Juniata County. Many are buried in Ohio. 
 Information from Noah Zimmerman, Richfield PA, 1970