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1-Avondale Mine Disaster
2-Avondale Revisited
3-Avondale: The Final Chapter
4-Wilkes-Barre Cemetery
5-Queen Esther's Rock/Bloody Rock
7-Jim Thorpe Inn
8-W-B Beauty Salon
9-West Mountain Sanitarium
10-Hanover Green Cemetery
11-Shawnee Cemetery
12-Private Pittston Residence
13-Private Scranton Residence
14-Private Pittston Townhouse
15- Private Bloomsburg Residence
16- Avondale 2009 T.O.P.S. & P.V.P.A.
17- Private Pittston Residence (Twin Mine )
18-Cliff Park Inn
19- West Scranton Residence
20-Private Jim Thorpe Residence
21- Mauch Chunk Opera House
22- Ashley,Pa Residence
23-Olyphant residence
24 -The Banshee Bar, Scranton,Pa
25- Hazleton,Pa.Home
26- South Wilkes-Barre Home
27- Wilkes-Barre Home
28-Farm,Luzerne County,Pa.
29-Duryea Home
30-White Haven Home
31-Montrose Inn
32-Stroudsburg Home/Buisness
33-Curse of the Black Horse Inn
34-Wilkes-Barre Twp. Home
35-West Nanticoke Residence
36-Tavern/Resturaunt/Somewhere in Pa.
37-Tyler Hill,Pa.
35- Reading,Pa.
39-Wilkes-Barre City Residence
40-North Wilkes-Barre Residence
41-Montrose Trip #2
43-Private Residence Nanticoke
Gettysburg 2010
46-Beaver Falls, Pa.
57-Rolling Hills Asylum
58-Hillview Manor
Our Best Evidence
6-Hollenback Cemetery


Hollenback Cemetery of Wilkes-Barre is also referred to as the "Political Graveyard". Many politicians from the past are buried here. For example: George Washington Woodward, Henry Wilber Palmer and George Denison just to name a few. It is one of the oldest cemeteries in Wilkes-Barre dating back to 1855 and contains the remains of over 16,000 people. This cemetery is also the graveyard for some of the more prominent people in our history's past: Kirby, Stegmaier, Butler, Slocum and Rutter are names that may sound familiar to local people. It is filled with elaborate mausoleums and gravestones.  There is also a special section of the cemetery dedicated to orphan children. These poor souls of the young were provided a proper burial, but are only identified by a number.

There are very few burials held at Hollenback as all of its plots are sold. One by one, the people left to bury in family plots is dwindling.