Below are those pics in Alice Niles Collection. We are including on this page those listed in the Buffalo township that we have no location or the Cemetery itself has been destroyed.
Scholls (has been moved); Layne Cemetery
Gates of Peace Cemetery, Is the only one of it’s kind here in PIke County. A Jewish cemetery since 1871. A large community of Jewish citizens lived here at one time. They were great business men of their time. They were in the business of dry goods merchants, some were deputies, city councilmen, county collector, and a constable. They were a large part of this community and served with dignity and stature. They were among those who had the fence built and large gate erected for the cemetery. They needed a resting place for their loved ones. It’s been a part of the community even long after the families have left this area. Those names who were a part of this history is Wald, Younkers, Michaels, Lesems, Genzbergers, Frank, Dreyfus, and Zuzaks. This cemetery is cared for by the County of PIke. It’s a real reminder of PIke’s vast history everytime you go by it.