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Kilmer Family or Mount Hope Cemetery
Tuscarora Rd & Mountain Rd
Old Port, PA
Directions: From Mifflintown, head east on old route 22, now SR 3002. At the intersection with Route 75 turn right and drive south/west through Port Royal to Old Port. At the intersection of Rt. 75 and Rt. 333 in Old Port turn left. Drive approximately 1.4 miles, passing the Turbett Grange Hall, to SR 3004 [Tuscarora Rd]. Turn right and drive approximately 0.2 miles to the abandon Mt. Hope Schoolhouse which is situated at the intersection of SR 3004 [Tuscarora Rd] and TR 313 [Mountain Rd]. Turn left [east] onto the unimproved section [grass covered] of TR 313. The cemetery is located 0.3 miles east on this grassy road and can be seen in the distance on the side of the hill.
History: “Beside the old grave-yard and cemetery on Church Hill, there is in the middle of the township a burial place commonly called Kilmer’s Grave-yard. It is said to be older than that at Church Hill. There are many unmarked [graves], but the oldest marked is 1811. The names occurring are Kilmer, Strouse, Kepner, Bolinger, Humaker, Lange, Morriosn, Mohler, Jacobs, Harris, Hartman, Crozier, Logan, Brandt, Moss, McBride, and others.” 
 History Of That Part Of The Susquehanna And Juniata Valleys Embraced In The Counties Of Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Union And Snyder In The Commonwealth Of Pennsylvania
Volume I, Philadelphia, Everts, Peck & Richards, 1886, page 780.