Liberty Township was established in 1807.  Below is a list of cemeteries in Liberty Township (through 1989):

 

  • Alt-Turril (Section 11) Between Stemen and Bickel Church Road in a field

  • Baltimore Methodist Episcopal (Section 24) In the eastern part of Baltimore, east of Granville Street

  • Basil Mausoleum/Memorial (Section 22) In the New Basil cemetery

  • New Basil (Section 22) In western part of Baltimore on north side of Basil-Western Road (County Road 13), 1/8 mile from State Route 256

  • Old Basil (Section 26) In Baltimore on south side of State Route 256, ½ mile west of State Route 158 on Market Street

  • Bickel – St. Michael’s Reform (Section 10) North side of Bickel Church Road, ½ mile west of Basil Road (County Road 46)

  • Bright (Section 28) East side of Havensport Road, 1 mile south of Basil-Western Road (County Road 13)

  • Edwards (Either Section 25N Liberty or Section 30N Walnut Township – exact location uncertain)  Possibly destroyed

  • Evangelical Union-Snider (Section 10) Both sides of Snyder Church Road (County Road 42), ¾ mile north of Bickel Church Road

  • Fairchild (Section 32) North side of Pleasantville Road (County Road 17), just west of Havensport Road

  • Fairview - Ritters (Section 18) Near Fairview Church (formerly Ritter’s Church) at Northeast corner of State Route 256 and Doty road, at western edge of township

  • Fletcher Chapel (Section 24N) North side of Blacklick Road (Township Road 110), 2/3 miles east of State Route 158

  • Geohagen (Section 24) In eastern part of Baltimore, northeast of Granville Street at eastern edge of Old Baltimore Methodist Cemetery

  • Heistand (Section 36) South side of Leonard Road, 1 mile east of State Route 158 south of Baltimore (all stones are down)

  • Kumler (Section 13) West side of Kumler Road, between the road and Pawpaw Creek, 1 mile north of Baltimore

  • Leitnecker (Section 35) Southwest of State Route 158 and Leonard Road, ½ mile south of Baltimore

  • Maple Grove (Baltimore) (Sections 13-24) Northern edge of Baltimore on west side of State Route 158 (back section is Rome Cemetery which was set when Rome laid out)

  • Mt. Carmel (Section 30) South side of Basil-Western Road (County Road 13), ¼ mile west of Eversole Road

  • Mt. Olive (Section 5) West side of Poplar Creek Road, ¾ mile south of State Route 204 (Blacklick-Eastern Road)

  • Mt. Zion (Section 19N) At Southwest corner of sharp turn of State Route 204 (Blacklick-Eastern Road)
        where it joins Blacklick Road (County Road 83), 5 miles east of Lockville

  • Musser (Section 13) Was in the southwest corner of Bickel Church Road and Cherry Lane (destroyed)

  • Nicolia (Section 34) The dead-end of Election House Road

  • Paugh - Knepper (Section 31) West side of Coakley Road between Bish Road and Walnut Creek (all stones are down and broken)

  • Poplar Creek (Section 21) South side of State Route 256 where it crosses Poplar Creek, opposite Heimberger Road

  • Refugee - Union (Section 5)

  • Refugee Baptist - Smith (Section 25N) East side of State Route 158, 1 mile north of State Route 204, ½ mile north of Baltimore

  • Rome (Section 24) Baltimore Cemetery – back section of Maple Grove

  • Showley (Shelley) – Weist (Section 14) North side of Giesy Road just west of Basil Road (County Road 46), ¾ mile north of Baltimore

  • Weaver (Section 25) North of Leonard Road, ½ mile east of State Route 158