Tri-Counties Genealogy & History by Joyce M. Tice
Rocky Glen Cemetery, Stevens Township, Bradford County, PA
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Also called Pine - Glen Cemetery

Joyce's Search Tip - December 2007 -
Do You Know that you can search just the Bradford County Cemetery Records on the site by using the Cemeteries -Bradford button in the Partitioned search engine at the bottom of the Current What's New Page? If you use that partition follow these steps to search just one cemetery
1. Choose Cemeteries - Bradford. 
2. Enter part of the cemetery name [ie Ballard or Berrytown] AND a surname.
3. Choose the Find ALL Words option. Then it will find just the pages with that surname in the one cemetery you indicated. 

See also - Bradford County Cemetery Addresses

The data for the Rocky Glenn/ Pine Glenn Cemetery is taken from an interview with Mary DZIUBA Learn  in August 1995.

The old  Rocky Glenn Cemetery, if it exists was located  on  the edge  of the woods on the former Arden and Mary Learn farm in  Stevens Township, Bradford County, PA.  It was on the first dirt road to the left, by the Locust Inn in Stevensville, Pennsylvania on Route 706 which is right near the Saint Matthews Episcopal Church. The Inn has burned since my interview with Mary and has been  replaced by what is now  known as Gilles  Restaurant.  The Locust Inn served as the parsonage for the Saint Matthews Episcopal Church before it became an Inn.  Their is wild  arbu­tus  growing where the schoolhouse (Methodist) connection church used  to  be located. On the edge of the woods the ground  hollows.  Mary felt that  was where the cemetery was located.   She was a firm believer that it was there. William Avis is alleged to have been buried there, a Civil War  soldier who  was listed when the cemetery was catalogued by the WPA  about 1940. He can be found on the WPA map.  There is no evidence of a cemetery according to Mary Learn  left  except  the hollowed ground and  the  arbutus.  Mary went on Arbutus doesn't grow just everywhere., there had to be a reason for it being there. The schoolhouse  was  removed  to across the  road  from  the Gilles  Restaurant where the small old white building  still rests. There is nothing left of Rocky/Pine Glenn but the memories, all those huge rocks and deep gorges. I have a few news articles in the older newspapers  but nothing mentions the cemetery or church.

Carol HOOSE Brotzman
Beaver Meadows Church Historian

Bradford County PA
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