Not just Yeakels. There are other family names within the cemetery. Researching who exactly is buried in the Yeakel Cemetery is a bit of a challenge. Clues are scattered and traditions are difficult to verify. Tombstone research is the most reliable information we have (which is why it is so important to preserve!). Existing inscriptions, and transcriptions completed by researchers in the past, were used to create a list of burials that has just been added to this website. Some of the names were taken from the Schwenkfelder Monument and do not have individual grave markers. These represent the earliest burials. It is also likely that members of the Mack and Nice families are buried here. These families owned the property before 1802 and deed research indicates the land was used as a burying-ground before 1752. A Revolutionary War skirmish took place on this land in December of 1777. Tradition states that casualties from this battle are buried here, but that has not yet been confirmed. Perhaps some of the twenty-four unmarked fieldstones are the graves of some of these people. Please visit the Burials page to view the list.