Bibliography of Pennsylvania German Tombstones

Eleanor Barba and Preston Barba, 1955

Compiled by Richard Mammana 2000-2022. Please email rjm45@columbia.edu with changes, additions, or corrections.

1873
John Jordan, The Moravian Graveyards at Nazareth, Pa. (no publisher or place of publication)

1887-1888
John Jordan, Inscriptions on the Grave Stones in the Moravian Cemeteries at Hopedale and Nazareth, Penna. Historical Sketch of Hopedale, Biographical Notes, etc. (unpublished manuscript)

1889
Das Leben und Wirken von Vater Josua Jäger, Evangelisch-Lutherischen Prediger (Allentown: Office of the National Educator)

1895
•George S. Nyce, “Old Epitaphs: Leidig’s Burying Ground,” in The Perkiomen Region, Past and Present (Philadelphia: Perkiomen Publishing Company), pp. 8-9, 29, 54-57.

St. John’s Church, Howertown, Pa.: A Burial Record from 1885 to 1895 (Catasauqua: The Valley Record Book and Job Office).

1898
Index: The Old Moravian Cemetery, Bethlehem, Pa. (Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society)

•Henry Tupper, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Penna., Burial Records, 1748-1782, 1783-1820 (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1964)

1899
John Eyerman, The Old Grave-Yards of Northampton and Adjacent Counties in the State of Pennsylvania. Easton: Oakhurst House (private press).

1904
“Old Pennsylvania German Graveyard Records: Old Reformed Graveyard, Hanover, Pennsylvania,” in The Pennsylvania-German, v. 5.

1906
Charles R. Roberts, Records of Egypt Reformed Church, Lehigh County, 1734-1834 (Harrisburg: Harrisburg Publishing Company)

1909
W. H. Sallade, “The Graveyards of Hereford Township, Berks County,” in The Pennsylvania-German (Lititz: Express Printing), pp. 25-29.

1912
Augustus Schulzte, Guide to the Old Moravian Cemetery of Bethlehem, Pa., 1742-1910 (Pennsylvania German Society)

1915
Thomas S. Stein, Annville’s Oldest Burial-place and Its Memories: Read before the Lebanon County Historical Society, November 5, 1915 (Lebanon County Historical Society)

1920
Benjamin Franklin Fackenthal, Nockamixon Churches and Graveyards near Ferndale, Nockamixon Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1973)

1921
John R. Tallis, “Leydich Burying Ground” in The Perkiomen Region, pp. 145-151.

1923
F. F. Lindaman, Burial Record of Grave Yard, Emmanuels’ Union, and Mountain View Cemeteries, near Petersville, Northampton County, Penna. (Bethlehem Printing Company, Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1981)

1925
Burial record of Zion’s (Stone) Church Grave-yard and Cemetery Near Kreidersville, Northampton County, Pa. (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1981)

1926
William H. Haupt, Union Churchyard at Fogelsville, Lehigh County (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1964)

1928
Burial Book of the Moravian Church, Lancaster, 1744-1821 (Lancaster: Wickersham Press)

1929
Unveiling of Tablet at the Hebron Moravian Cemetery, Lebanon, Penna., Sunday, October 6th, 1929, under the Auspices of the Lebanon County Historical Society.

1932
Dryland Union Church Cemetery Inscriptions, Hecktown, Pa. (Copied by Mina von Steuben, 1920; copy made by John H. Laubach, 1921; copy made by the Rev. William Henry Haupt, 1927; this copy made by Anita L. Eyster, 1932; filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979)

1933
List of Plotholders and Burials in the German Reformed Cemetery. List of Those Removed and Buried Elsewhere When Easton Public Library was Erected on This Site. (Easton Public Library, typescript)

• Benjamin Franklin Fackenthal, Durham and Riegelsville Churches and Cemeteries: To Which Is Added a list of Soldiers of the Civil War, Revolutionary War, and the War of 1812, Buried in the Cemeteries in Durham and Adjacent Thereto (printed privately).

Gallows Hill Cemetery (p. 247-248), Greenwich N.J. Graveyard (p. 249-297), Lower Saucon Church tombstones (p. 298-360), Mennonite-Limekiln Burying Ground (p. 361-367), Lower Tinicum Church tombstones (p. 368-374), Marshall-Cooper Ridge Cemetery (p. 375-378), Old Williams Township Church Cemetery (p. 379-400), Pursell Private Burying Ground (p. 401-403), Raubsville Tombstone Inscriptions (p. 404-415), Springfield Church (p. 416-487), Salem Church, Springtown Tombstones (p. 488-492).

1934
Unveiling of Monuments and Marking and Decorating the Graves of Schwenkfelder Immigrants: A Bi-centennial Project (Schwenkfelder Marker and Finance Committee)

1937
Tombstone Inscriptions in Bucks, Montgomery, Lancaster, Berks, Luzerne, Monroe Counties (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1958)
New Britain Baptist graveyard, New Britain, Pa.; Southampton Baptist churchyard, Southampton, Pa.; Rue and Bispham burial ground, Bristol Twp., Bucks Co., Pa.; Old Abington Presbyterian Church Burial Grounds, Abington, Pa.; Old graveyard at Chestnut Level, Lancaster Co., Pa.; Old Mennonite Cemetery at Bally, Pa.; Burial grounds of the Nescopak Valley congregation, Sugarloaf Twp., Luzerne Co., Pa.; Augustus Lutheran Church burial grounds, Trappe, Pa.; Lower Mt. Bethel Presbyterian churchyard, Martin’s Creek, Pa. Tombstone Inscriptions of Southampton Baptist Church in Southampton, Pennsylvania; Cemetery Inscriptions of Rue and Bispham burial ground in Bristol Township, Pennsylvania; Tombstone inscriptions of Old Mennonite cemetery; tombstone records of Augustus Evangelical Lutheran Church in Trappe, Pennsylvania.

1938
Anita L. Eyster, Early German Church Records and Tombstone Inscriptions of Berks County, Bucks County, Lehigh County, Monroe County, Montgomery County, Northampton County (87 page typescript at the Bucks County Historical Society, Doylestown, Pennsylvania Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1958)

1939
Henry Koch Jarrett, The Old Moravian Cemetery at Emmaus, Pennsylvania, with a List of Burials and Existing Tombstones Compiled from the Emmaus Moravian Books and the Genealogical Records (typescript)

1940
Burial Record of Zion Stone Church Graveyard and Cemetery near Kreidersville, Allen Township, Northampton County, Pa., from 1772 to July 1st, A.D. 1940. (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1981.)

1945
Amandus Leiby, Burial Record of the Old Cemetery of St. Peter’s Union Church of Plainfield T., Northampton Co., Pa. (Typescript at the Evangelical and Reformed Archives, filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1981)

1947
•George Merle de Fere Zacharias, Brickerville Lutheran Church, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Graveyard (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah)

•Record of All the Interments on the Burial Grounds of the Moravian Congregation at Lititz, Lancaster County, from 1748-1820 (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah)
Sundry Tombstone Inscriptions, Pennsylvania (Historical Society of the Reformed Church at Franklin and Marshall College, Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah)
Includes Altona Cemetery, Northampton Co., Pa.; Apples Church, Lower Saucon Township; Bryan Cemetery, Haycock Township, Bucks Co.; Deep Run Irish Cemetery, Bucks Co.; Dyre Private Cemetery, Southampton township, Bucks Co.; Erwin private Cemetery, Tinicum Township, Bucks Co.; Finesville Cemetery, Warren Co., N.J.; Freemansburg Cemetery, Northampton Co., Pa.; Gallows Hill Cemetery, Nockamixon Township, Bucks Co.; Greenwich Presbyterian Cemetery, Warren Co., N.J.; Red Hill Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Tinicum Township, Bucks Co., Pa.; Hillpot Cemetery, Tinicum Township, Bucks Co.; Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Holland, N.J.; Lower Tinicum Cemetery, Bucks Co.; Marshall- Cooper Cemetery, Tinicum Township, Bucks Co.; Nisky Hill, Bethlehem, Pa.; Old Williams Church, Williams Township, Pa.; Pursell Private Cemetery, Bridgeton Township; Raubsville, Pa.; Red Hill Presbyterian Church, Ottsville, Pa.; Stouts Private Cemetery, Williams Township, Pa.; Stone Church, Upper Mt. Bethel Township, Northampton Co.; Easton Cemetery, Pa.; Friedensville, Lehigh Co.; New Williams Township, Pa.; Shoenersville, Pa.; Upper Tinicum Union Church Cemetery; inscriptions on the Raub family from the cemetery at Knowlton, N.J.

1949
•Michael A. Gruber, Burials and Tombstone Inscriptions (Berks County, Pennsylvania) (Handwritten manuscript, 297 pages)

Includes cemeteries at Tulpehocken Lutheran Church or Christ Lutheran Church near Stouchsburg in Marion Township; Reed’s Church or Zion’s Lutheran Church, now Zion-St. John’s Lutheran Church by Stouchsburg; St. Daniel’s Lutheran Church or Eck Kirche (Corner Church) near Robesonia in Heidelberg Township; Host Church or St. John’s Reformed Church in Tulpehocken Township; Bernville, town; St. Michael’s Church now St. Michael’s Union Church near Hamburg in Tilden Township; North Heidelberg Church in North Heidelberg Township.

•Mrs. C. M. Steinmetz, Mrs. J. V. R. Hunter, Cemetery Records from Berks and Northampton Counties, Pennsylvania (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah)

1954
Preston Barba, Pennsylvania German Tombstones: A Study in Folk Art (Allentown: Schlechter’s for the Pennsylvania German Folklore Society).

1955
William Roth, “Grave Folk Art A Lively Hobby,” The Sunday Call-Chronicle (Allentown), May 29, p. 15.

1956
Preston A. Barba, “Symbols and Stones.” Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies 23, no. 2: pp. 241-47.

1958
Durham and Riegelsville Churches and Cemeteries (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah)

Lower Saucon Church: Records of Reformed and Lutheran Congregations, Also Tombstone Inscriptions of Lower Saucon and Mennonite Cemeteries (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah)

1959
Raymond E. Hollenbach, Unionville Church and the Unionville Cemeteries [Neffs and Schlossers] (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1993)

1964
Gravestone Inscriptions in Moravian Graveyards in Nazareth and Bethlehem and Some Church Records, 1742-1904 (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah)

1966
Michael A. Gruber, St. Daniel’s Lutheran Cemetery Records, Robesonia, Pennsylvania Arranged in Alphabetical Order (Handwritten manuscript, 17 pages)

1967
Heber Gearhart, Pennsylvania Gravestone Inscriptions Collection (typescript and handwritten manuscript)

1968
Phil R. Jack, “A Western Pennsylvania Graveyard, 1787-1967” in Pennsylvania Folklife, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 40-48.

1969
Pennsylvania State Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Early Vital Records of Pennsylvania: Church Parish Records and Cemetery Inscriptions of Eastern Pennsylvania (Washington, DC: DAR Library, typescript)

1970
Rachael Y. Black and Ruth V. Stewart, Church and Cemetery Records, Huntingdon County Areas, Pennsylvania. Copy of Records Found in Parish Register 1857-1870, Waterstreet Charge, German Reformed Church (Daughters of the American Revolution, 95 typescript leaves)

1973
•Kathryn Atchley, William Atchley, Inscriptions Alphabetically Arranged of the Tombstones in the Old Cemetery at Stone Church, Northampton County, Pennsylvania (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah)

•Louis Winkler, “Pennsylvania German Astronomy and Astrology IV: Tombstones,” in Pennsylvania Folklife, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 42-45.

1975
Frank E. McDonald, “Pennsylvania German Tombstone Art of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania” in Pennsylvania Folklife, Autumn, Vol. XXV, No. 1, pp. 2-19.

1976
•Bernice Sell, Gravestone Record of the Longswamp Church, Longswamp Township, Berks County, Penna. (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1980)

•Christine E. Weaver, Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried in Lebanon County (Lebanon County Historical Society)
225th Anniversary, Weisenberg Church, New Tripoli, Pennsylvania (no publisher indicated)

1977
Frances Lichten, Folk Art of Rural Pennsylvania (New York: Bonanza Books).

1980
•Schuyler C. Brossman, The Schuyler C. Brossman Collection of Cemetery Inscriptions from Barious Berks county, Pennsylvania Cemeteries, with a Few from Neighboring Areas Including a Few from Lebanon, Schuylkill, and Lancaster Co., Pa., Approximately 7,000 Inscriptions Compiled from 1957-1975, with Notes and Obituaries as Available (Fort Wayne Indiana Public Library, Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989)

•Oscar H. Stroh, Pennsylvania German Tombstone Inscriptions (Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to America):

volume 1. Bern Church (Berks Co.), Bernville Cemetery (Berks Co.), Little Tulpehocken Church (Berks Co.), Moonshine Church Cemetery (Lebanon Co.), Strohs Cemetery (Dauphin Co.), Old Moravian Cemetery (Lancaster Co.), Fetterhoff Church (Dauphin Co.), Bauerman’s Church (Dauphin Co.), Shoop’s Church (Dauphin Co.), Ebersole Farm Graveyard (Dauphin Co.), Middletown Reformed (Dauphin Co.), Bindnagle Graveyard (Lebanon Co.), Hoover Farm Cemetery (Dauphin Co.), Dunkard Graveyard in Derry (Dauphin Co.), Chambers Hill Cemetery (Dauphin Co.), Three small graveyards north of Highspire (Dauphin Co.), Lancaster Reformed Church (Lancaster Co.), St. John’s Lutheran Church (Dauphin Co.), Greiner Farm Cemetery (Dauphin Co.), The Ephrata Community Graveyard (Lancaster Co.), Amityville Lutheran Church (Berks Co.), Church of the Brethren in Fishing Creek Valley (Dauphin Co.), Shope Cemetery (Dauphin Co.), Longs Cemetery (Dauphin Co.), St. Peter’s Church Graveyard (Dauphin Co.), Stone Church Cemetery, Elizabethville (Dauphin Co.), Hill Cemetery (Dauphin Co.), Umberger Cemetery (Dauphin Co.), Geiger Cemetery (Dauphin Co.), Delong’s Reformed Church (Berks Co.), Muddy Creek Evangelical Lutheran Church (Lancaster Co.)

•Richard Veit, “John Solomon Teetzel and the Anglo-German Gravestone Carving Tradition of 18th-Century Northwestern New Jersey” in Markers XVII: Annual Journal of the Association for Gravestone Studies

1981
Saegersville, Pa. Heidelberg Union Church: Old Cemetery Records, Heidelberg Church, 1710-1783; Heidelberg Lutheran Church Records, 1766-1837 (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah)

1982
•Jeffrey Howell, Genealogical Guide to Berks County Church and Public Cemeteries (privately printed)

•Cheryl Fidler Schneck and Suzanne Coover Blain, Strubhar’s German Baptist Cemetery, Washington Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, 1785-1979 (typescript)

1983
Fay L. Cox and Elaine Schwar, St. Peter’s Union Church Cemetery, RD 1, Macungie, Pa., Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County, 1799-1982 (typescript, Evangelical and Reformed Church Historical Society)

1984
•Thomas Byron, From One Place to Another: A Self-guided Tour of Points of Interest to Schwenkfelders (Board of Publication of the General Conference of the Schwenkfelder Church)

•Susan Gayle Patteson, Cultural Patterns in Transition in a Nineteenth Century Shenandoah Valley Community: The Gravestones of Abraham Funk, 1807-1875 (University of Pennsylvania dissertation)

•Oscar H. Stroh, Pennsylvania German Tombstone Inscriptions (Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to America)

volume 2. Berks County: Saint John’s (Host’s) Reformed Church in Tulpehocken Township, Huff’s Church in Hereford Township, Bittenbender Cemetery near Seisholtzville in Hereford Township, Masteller Cemetery near Harlem in Hereford Township, Huff Cemetery an abandoned farm cemetery in Hereford Township, Bashore Family Cemetery a farm cemetery in Hereford Township, Trinity Tulpehocken Cemetery in Tulpehocken Township; Dauphin County: Sheafer Cemetery is between Wiconisco and Williamstown, Mount Laurel Cemetery at Piketown in West Hanover Township, Esterton Cemetery now under the cloverleaf of Route 81 in Susquehanna Twp., Straws Church Cemetery east of Halifax in Jackson Township, Bumgardner Cemetery an old farm cemetery near Piketown in W. Hanover Twp., Church of God Cemetery in Matamoris in Halifax Township, Zions U.B. Church cemetery west of Matamoris in Halifax Township, Ender’s Cemetery in the town of Enders, Fisherville Cemetery in the village of Fisherville, Crum’s Cemetery east of Harrisburg in Lower Paxton Township, Klinger’s Cemetery in Lykens Township; Lancaster County: Muddy Creek Evangelical Lutheran Church in East Cocalico Township, Pleasant Hill Cemetery near Heisey Quarry in West Donegal Township, Bainbridge Lutheran Cemetery in Bainbridge in Conoy township, Swamp Church Cemetery located in West Cocalico Township.

1985
George Merle de Fere Zacharias, Bern Twp., Bernville, Berks Co., Pa.: Inscriptions from Gravestones in Bernville, North Heidelberg, and Hain’s Graveyards (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah)

1988
•Schuyler C Brossman, The Churches and Cemeteries of Bethel Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania: A Scrapbook of Historical Articles Pertaining to the Churches: Also a Collection of the Obituaries of Persons Buried in the Various Cemeteries of the township from the Period of About 1965 to 1995 with Some Gaps and Missing Obituaries (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989)

•Thomas E. Graves, “Pennsylvania German Gravestones: An Introduction,” in Markers V: Journal of the Association for Gravestone Studies (University Press of America).

1989
William John Hinke, Mrs. Francis E. McLean, Benjamin Franklin Fackenthal, Church Records of the Evangelical and Reformed Congregation of Christ Union Church, Lower Saucon Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, and Burial Records of Christ Union Church Cemeteries, Lower Saucon Township (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah)

1990
•Margaret Gerberich, Some Burials at Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery, Jonestown, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania: A List of Tombstone Inscriptions of Bodies Which Were Moved about 1961 When an Addition Was Built to the Church and the Remains Were Put into a Crypt in the Church (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah)

•Oscar J. Hardegan and Schuyler C. Brossman, Records of Reed’s Cemetery of Stouchsburg, Pa. (Typescript)

•William N. Richardson, “The Pennsylvania German Tombstones of Isaac Faust Stiehly (1800-1869),” Proceedings of the Northumberland County Historical Society, Vol. XXX. Also issued separately.

•Pearl E. Sensenig and Wanda M. Gartner, Records of Zion Lutheran and Reformed Cemetery Burials, Womelsdorf, Berks County, Pennsylvania (Tulpehocken Settlement Historical Society)

1991
Glenn D Koch and Richard K. Miller, Stones of Help 1740-1990: 250th Anniversary, Ebenezer Union Church, New Tripoli, Pennsylvania (Bethlehem: Lehigh Litho)

1992
•Ruth Allen, Early Pennsylvania Reformed Church and Cemetery Records for Springfield, Durham, Saucon Townships, Bucks County, Pennsylvania (Closson Press).

•Evelyn L. Isele, The Story of the Lutheran and United Brethren Graveyard, Jonestown, Lebanon County, Pa., in Scrapbook Form of the Moving of This Graveyard in 1991 with a List of Burials (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah)

•John H. Kressman, Burials in Churchyard of St. John’s Ev. Lutheran Church, Easton, Pennsylvania, 1772-1890 (No place or publisher identified)

•Laurel Miller, Mary Ellen Lash, Kathleen Lorah, A Genealogical Guide to Berks County Private Cemeteries (Privately published)

•Glenn Schwalm, “Frieden’s Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery at Myerstown, Jackson Twp., Lebanon Co., Penna., 1812-1880,” in Circuits and Circuit Riders (Closson Press), pp. 268-285.

1994
Phillip A. Rice, German Protestant Cemetery of Mahanoy City, Located in Mahanoy Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania (Closson Press)

1995
Jane S. Moyer, Jane Leary, Charles E. Boyd, Hay Cemetery Tombstones (Easton: no publisher, two volumes)

1998
•Anita L. Eyster and Shirley Cook Williams, Marriages Recorded on German Inscribed Tombstones in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (Danville, California: privately printed)

•Sheryl Smith, “Making German-American Connections through Culture Projects,” in Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German, Vol. 31, No. 1 (Spring), pp. 55-58.

2002-2016
Sandra Hardy, Pennsylvania German Gravestones, pagstones.com [archived]

2000
•John T. Humphrey, Pennsylvania Grave Stones, Northampton County for People Born before 1800 (Washington, DC: Larjon & Co.)

•Claire Messimer, Known by the Work of His Hands. (Kutztown: Pennsylvania German Society annual volume).

2001
Unsigned Review of Claire Messimer, “Known by the Work of His Hands,” in Winterthur Portfolio, Volume 36, Number 4, Winter, https://doi.org/10.1086/496868

•Nancy DeLong, “Adams County Grave-Stonecutters, 1770-1918,” in Adams County History, Vol. 7, No. 1.

2003
•Dwight Edward Copper, Grace Bible Church Cemetery: Organized as St. Peter’s German Reformed Church, 1854, Village of Middle Lancaster, Lancaster Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania (Chicora: privately printed)

•Dwight Edward Copper, Zion Lutheran Church Cemeteries: Includes the Old German Cemetery (East Side, beside Church, Route 19) and English Cemetery (West Side, across from Church, Route 19): Route 19, Borough of Middle Lancaster, Lancaster Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania (Chicora: privately printed)

•Sandra Hardy, Pennsylvania German and German-American Gravestone Language and Symbol Guide (privately printed).

•Irwin Richman, “Review Essay: Pennsylvania German Images,” Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies.

2004
Richard J. Mammana, Jr., “Interview With Sandra Hardy, Founder of Pennsylvania German Tombstones Online,” Der Reggeboge 38, no. 2, pp. 27-30.

2006
Gayle Marie DeLeeuw Fisher, Richard Allen Musselman, Old Gravestones from St. John’s Churchyard Now Located at Easton Cemetery, Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania (St. Petersburg, Florida, no publisher)

2007
•Phillip A. Rice, Records of the Zionsville Evangelical Lutheran Church, Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, Including a 1902 Compilation of the Cemetery (Closson Press)

•Charles F. Seng, Lehigh County Tombstone Abstracts of Persons Born Prior to 1800 from 64 Cemeteries within the Limits of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania (Closson Press)

2008
Frederick S. Weiser Fraktur Research Papers and Pennsylvania German Research Papers, Winterthur finding aid.

2009
•M.E. Bowman, Cemetery Records of the Tulpehocken Trinity Reformed Church Cemetery, Millardsville, Pa. (Family History Library)

•Donald Brinker, German Reformed Cemetery: Sixth and Church Streets, Easton, PA (printed privately)

2011
Bernard L. Herman, “On Being German in British America: Gravestones and the Inscription of Identity.” Winterthur Portfolio 45, no. 2/3: 195-208. doi:10.1086/660910.
 

•Augustus Schultze, Guide to the Old Moravian Cemetery of Bethlehem, Pa., 1742-1910 (Pennsylvania State University Press)

2016
Alexander Lawrence Ames, “Quill and Graver Bound: Frakturschrift Calligraphy, Devotional Manuscripts, and Penmanship Instruction in German Pennsylvania, 1755–1855,” Winterthur Portfolio 50, no. 1 (Spring): pp. 1-83. doi:10.1086/687271
 

2014
Schwenkfelder Heritage Sites in Southeastern Pennsylvania (Schwenkfelder Church Publication Committee)

2015
•Lloyd A. Moll, Douglas J. Madenford (editor and translator), Schtimme aus’m Kaerrichof (Morgantown: Masthof Press, ISBN 9781601264558)

•David A. Miller and Frederick C. Miller, Christian Miller: An American Pioneer (no publisher indicated)

2019
•Richard J. Mammana, Jr., Dryland Cemetery (The Hecktown Yard), wordpress.com, July 22

•Richard J. Mammana, Jr., Northampton County Carver Identified, wordpress.com, December 14

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