Leave your mark at Mount Bethel Cemetery while ensuring the memory of your loved ones will be a part of our lasting history.
A restored brick pathway in the southwest corner will lead visitors to the most historic section of the cemetery. The original "Brick Graveyard" is the final resting place of Susanna Wright's family, a Conestoga Indian, and Columbia's founding fathers.
Bricks may be customized to include quotes and messages that bear special meaning to the sponsor. Each standard 4" x 8" brick may be sponsored at a cost of $50. Click on the link below to purchase your brick(s). Print out the form linked below and mail it with your payment to
Mount Bethel Cemetery PO Box 231 700 Locust Street Columbia PA 17512
US Military Service Medallions
It has become apparent that many graves of veterans do not have any indication of their military involvement. Mt. Bethel Cemetery has arrangements with a local foundry to produce bronze medallions that can be attached to monuments to indicate that branch of service of the deceased.
These medallions are in Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine and Coast Guard configurations and are 3 3/4 inches in diameter. They have stainless steel studs that are drilled into the monument and expoxyed in place to produce a permanent attachment.
There are two types: plain and a thicker one that can hold a flag. Prices are as follows: