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Huber Mennonite Church Cemetery

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The Huber Mennonite Church Cemetery is located in Park Layne, Clark County, Ohio. The Huber Mennonite Church uses the mailing address of New Carlisle as Park Layne does not have a post office. However, the church and cemetery are located in Park Layne and not in New Carlisle. Often times local residents will refer to Park Layne as Park Layne Manor but I have not been able to find and documentation to support the name of Park Layne Manor.

The GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude) that we are using for the location of the Huber Mennonite Cemetery are:

Lat: 39.8914° (39° 53' 29")
Lon: -84.0483° (-84° 2' 53")

Huber Mennonite Church Cemetery

History of Cemetery

Most of the time a cemetery is associated with a church and this is exactly how the Huber Mennonite Church Cemetery started. The name is taken from the church and to explain the history; the history of the church itself needs to be explained. The Huber Mennonite Church was established in 1858. However, the church building itself was not utilized for their worship till 1867. The Neff family desired to follow the religious foundations of the Mennonite religion after being introduced to it by Henry Huber. Henry was already a member of the Mennonite Religion. It was the contacts and influence of Henry that allowed a Mennonite Church to exist in the town of Park Layne. The Church was erected on the farm belonging to Henry Huber. This is why the Church and Cemetery bears his and and the cemetery. It is only fitting that the first interment into this cemetery be that very man, Henry Huber.

This is documented in The History of Clark County, Ohio: Containing a History of the County ; Its Cities, Towns, Etc. ; General and Local Statistics ; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men ; History of the Northwest Territory ; History of Ohio ; Map of Clark County ; Constitution of the United States, Miscellaneous Matters, Etc., Etc.: Illustrated. W.H. Beers & Co., 1881. Dr. H. H. Young wrote the History for Bethel Township for this publication.

There are currently 109 individuals buried in this cemetery including Henry Huber for which the cemetery is named.

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Huber Mennonite Church Cemetery Burials
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