Other names: Jenkins Harding Cemetery
6/30/1779, Benjamin and Stockley Harding killed by Indians (first casualties of Wyoming Massacre?)
Where: 41.33051 -75.79819 Benjamin and Stockley Harding Graves
Maps: [map notes]
- Elvin Birth, The 1779 Western Campaigns, Raleigh: 2003, privately published, "Markers.pdf", p.27.
Erected in memory of Benjamin &
Stockley Harding who were killed by
the Indians June 30, 1778.
by Dial Rock Chapter Daughters of the
American Revolution, 1975
- Find-A-Grave listing for Jenkins-Harding Cemetery
41.32740, -75.79720 Basis of location
- West Pittston Historical Society: Jenkins Harding Cemetery
The first interment occurred July 2, 1778, being brothers Benjamin and Stuckley Harding, killed by Indians two days before on June 30
- July 1778 listing. 7/3 - 4/1778 Wyoming Valley "Massacre". American defeat.