Cemeteries and Tombstones
The following images are of various Brubaker-named, Brubaker family, or cemeteries from around the United States with the greatest number of Brubakers buried in them.
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There are 20 known Brubaker-named and 3 known Brubacher-named cemeteries in North America. * In addition to the ones shown below in photos, there are the following around Lancaster County, PA:
Erisman Mennonite Cemetery, Manheim
Groffdale Mennonite Cemetery, Leola
Hammer Creek Mennonite Cemetery, Lititz
Kraybill Mennonite Cemetery, Mount Joy
Mastersonville Brethren in Christ Cemetery, Mastersonville
Mellinger Mennonite Cemetery, Lancaster
Millersville Mennonite Cemetery, Millersville
Strasburg Mennonite Cemetery, Strasburg
Weaverland Mennonite Cemetery, East Earl
Zeltenreich Cemetery, New Holland
The following are cemeteries and graveyards in Pennsylvania, across the U.S., and Canada with a significant number of Brubachers and Brubakers buried there*:
And then there is the Brubaker Cemetery located off of VA State Route 615 near Luray, VA, about halfway between Strasburg, VA and Harrisonburg, VA. While we currently do not have a picture, we do have this information, compliments of Find A Grave contributors June Standley, Norm Brown, and others. There are at least 15 Brubaker interments (out of 17 documented) that have been found there, including A-4 Abraham Brubaker (1723-1804) son of A-1 Hans Brubaker (1685-1748), and his wife Barbara Miller Brubaker (1734-1814).
*Source: Find A Grave
See a list of all known Brubacher and Brubaker cemeteries across North America.
Below is a gallery of images and information of cemeteries of Brubaker significance.