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Ahavath Achim Cemetery was begun with land donated by David & Bessie Kline on Nov. 1, 1922. It is a Jewish burial ground.
N 40.2936° W -78.8733°
See plaque at entrance
The property-encircled, Ahavath Achim Cemetery, a Jewish cemetery, is situated along side the flat section of St. Joseph Cemetery which is behind 132 Belmont Street (Now Cernic's (a motorcycle dealership); formerly, Saylor Bros. Hardware Supply Center building, which, in 2010, was empty, Busy Beaver Lumberyard, and initially the Wise Bros. who ran Busy Beaver. It is also behind Stem's gas station/convenience store). It has its entrance road between 132 and 134 Belmont Street, Geistown Borough, PA 15904, Johnstown address since Geistown is a suburb.
(Photograph contributed by Lynne Canterbury & Diann Olsen)