I don't have a large selection of cemeteries or surnames from Dauphin County, but I am building on it. Maybe you will hit the jackpot and I will have something helpful to you.
Dauphin County Cemeteries
Garman's Cemetery - located on Haldeman's Island in the Susquehanna River, north of the Clark's Ferry Bridge. Very small but I have all the tombstones photographed.
Mt. Pleasant Cemetery - located off Gap View Road in Middle Paxton Twp., north of Dauphin Borough. I have this cemetery photographed in its entirety. I also have many obituaries for those buried here.
Upper Dauphin County Cemeteries - I have a lot of cemeteries partially photographed, but none completely.
Schuylkill County -I also have some cemetery pictures for western Schuylkill County, mostly near the Tower City area. This area overlaps with my Upper Dauphin Co. research. Especially from the Shadel family.
Dauphin Cemetery - just recently finished. This cemetery covers about 4 acres and has over 1,000 markers. It is photographed in its entirety.
Dauphin Memorial Cemetery -Located in Middle Paxton Twp., next to the Dauphin Cemetery. About 210 flat markers, all photographed.
Highland Cemetery- Also known as Red Hill, Speeceville or McKissick Cemetery. This cemetery has about 110 readable markers, and is located in Middle Paxton Twp., at the north end of Red Hill Road. It is completely photographed.
Riverview Cemetery-This cemetery is located at the beginning of Fishing Creek, Middle Paxton Twp. You must hike up a hill to get to it as it has a locked gate across the road. There are about 375 markers of which I have pictures of all.
Emmanuel U.B. -Near Elizabethville, Washington Twp.
Zion Evangelical Cemetery Association - In Middle Paxton Twp. along Peter's Mountain Road. Near Clark's Valley. Maintained by the Evangelical Congregational Church.
Miller's Cemetery - Located in Fishing Creek Valley, Middle Paxton Twp.
Old Hanover or Manada Presbyterian Churchyard - This very old cemetery is located just off the Grantville Exit from I81, in East Hanover Township. The stones are difficult to read, but with the aid of an old cemetery list I was able to match most of them. There are 36 markers for Revolutionary War veterans, 2 from the Civil War and 2 from the French and Indian War.
I have some obituaries for those buried in Middle Paxton Twp. Since that's where I live, I have a great interest in collecting obituaries from the cemeteries in the area. If you have some you would be willing to share, it would be greatly appreciated.