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Pine Valley Cemetery A.K.A. Columbus Twp Cemetery

Columbus, Warren County, Pa

(Just outside Bear Lake PA toward Columbus Warren Co PA)

All Photos by Deana L. Carlson

Transcription Respectfully submitted by

 Dee Davidson

Chautauqua Co NY

 

This very old cemetery is in wonderful condition, No burials have taken place for many years.

There are a few stones that are eroded or crumbled or placed off site where they cannot be read but not many;

and there are several large areas where some may be buried but never had markers;

Many of the old stone have been repaired and recemented together and encased in concrete envelopes to preserve them where possible.

 The broken stones have been put in protected area and placed so they can still be easily read, the earliest burial I found is 1818

NOTE several stones have the FAMILY names spelled incorrectly I have tried to bring notice or to correct if I can; Use data at your own risk

**Notes, and added family data


 

AIKEN

Charles, 1847-1909

 

ANDERSON

Charles, March 1872 d 1-4-1896

Augusta 8-19-1885 d 8-10-1905

 

BARKER

Monument:

Betsy  3-13-1787 d 5-4-1872

Timothy, 3-30-1778 d 3-6-1869

Eliza (nee BARTON, dau of ZENUS and Bathsheba BARTON  8-8-1832 d 11-14-1896

Wife of

Thomas, 1-2-1821 d 7-4-1909

 

BARTON

Small monument,

James N BARTON, 7-29-1852 d 9-17-1902

Wife Susie J (**Darling died 1915), 2-5-1856 no death etched

 

BARTON

Bathsheba (nee BEALS dau of Ezra and Lucina)  wife of Zenus BARTON (bro of Hiram) 

died June 7 1848

She was born  16 MAR 1808

Beside

ROW

Milo Oscar, son of Milo and Orpha ROW died 12-29-1852 age 10-11-10

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BEALS  - BEELS

In the center of this cemetery is an enormous pine tree, it's roots have

upturned several stones but the care takers of this cemetery have placed

them,  even those in pieces, so they can still be read;  under this tree is

the BEELS also spelled BEELS on the stones these are all individual markers

A beautiful stone for

Bathsheba BEELS died March 24, 1844  age 9?- could be 9 or 90 - 24 days 

I think she is Bathsheba  nee BISBEE wife of AZARIAH BEAL(S) and the mother

of Ezra and Daniel

Bathsheba was born 29 APR 1753 Abington, Plymouth, Massachusetts  Marriage: 08 AUG 1776

Daughter of Ebenezer BISBEE and Bathsheba WHITMARSH ( vr  BISBE of East Bridgewater, Massachusetts (see Bisbee, Bisby), Bathsheba and Azariah Beal, Aug. 8, 1776, C.R.1. [Bisbee, P.R.5.]

 

Daniel BEELS died Jan 23, 1841 Age 63 Years 8Mo 10 days ( **a brother to Ezra) b 21 MAR 1779 East Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts

? A. Beals-unreadable-87 Years 10 Months 18 days

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BEALS

Ezra, died 1-7-1869 age 87-10-18

Wife of Ezra, Lucina, ( nee STREETER) died 2- 24-1878 age 87- ? - 20 days

Horace BEALS, died 2-16-1875 age 45 years 8 months (son of Ezra and Lucina)

(* notes, in 1870 Horace is 40 b NY a lumberman, , wife Lizzie 26 and son

Fred , is 1, he lives beside his brother Leroy BEALS , 47, wife Mariette,

40, Lily, 15, Burr 5, and the mother Lucina is now 83 b MA

Lucena b  Jan. 4, 1789; dau of Samuel Streeter who  was a pioneer settler

having come here while the town was a part of Cummington. He was born in

Sturbridge, Mass., in 1754. After serving in the war of the Revolution he

married Bathsheba Barton of Charlton in 1778, and settled where S. H. Sears

now lives. Died Sept. 7, 1844, his wife having deceased six years before.

Children: Hannah, born June 16, 1780; Joanna, Oct. 30, 1781, died Aug. 13,

1787; Jacob, Feb. 21, 1783; Susanna, July 30, 1785; Auselm, Oct. 4, 1787;

Lucena, Jan. 4, 1789; Arnold, Oct. 14, 1790; Truman, Jan. 20, 1793; Samuel,

Jr., Aug. 17, 1795; Nahum, Feb. 9, 1797 Lucena mar. Ezra Beals, Jan. 29,

1807)

(* source, History of the Town of Plainfield )

 

(*Very hard to read.  Looks like Cathshere Beels died March 26 1844

 

I found this for Columbus, Warren County, PA:

 

PA 1840 Pensioners List:    BEELS, BASHABE   Page: 117   Age 88

 

BEELS, EZRA

PA 1840 Federal Census Index  Roll: M704_500    Page 374    Image 171

Males: (10 to 15; 1) (15 to 20; 1)(20-30; 1)(50 to 60; 1)(60to 70; 1)

females: (10 to 15; 1)(50 to 60; 1)(80 to 90; 1).)

 

BEALS

3 stones side by side

LEROY died 12-26-1889 age 66-3-9

Wife Mary E. died 1882 age 52-4-23

Lillie E BEALS 1855-1923  MOTHER

 

BETTS  - BUTTS

Levi BETTS 12-3-1811 d 8-13-1890

Wife Samantha Spelled Semantha on stone, 5-21-1812 d 10-22-1887

Dau Julia BETTS MARSH 1851-1901

In the census of 1870 they are in Crawford Co  and he is a lumberman, the

first name is gone from his stone but the ages are still readable I traced

him thru census and Julia is in house 1870

All were born NY in 1850 Levi is in Chautauqua Co NY town of Ellicott,

Children then were

Marion, dau, 16, male Egl? 15, Jacob 10, John 9, Mary 1  BUTTS and Joseph

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BOARDMAN

- GAR 1861-1865

 

BOARDMAN  single markers

E. A. BOARDMAN, GAR Co E 149th PA Infantry no dates

Alzina 1816-1897 in 1880 she lives with son ANDREW Boardman, ae 44

 

BOARDMAN (Monument)

Iris L dau of B S and M E  died 3/30. 1886 age 9 months 6 days    our beloved one

 

BOARDMAN

Double marker, Effie A 1862-1944 Bruce D. 1859-1950

 

2 Matching stones by the other Boardman's, have been repaired and enveloped

in a frame of concrete but eroded beyond reading;

 

4 matching stones

 

BOARDMAN

Levi, d 2-12-1863 or 5 age 63 has a GAR flag holder

 

(* note, I find no military records for Levi, the flag may be for the son in

law PALMER< but there is no stone for him, the flag is near Levi and his dau

Eliza)

 

 

Minerva, wife of Levi Boardman, d 10-9-1858 age 53-7-8

 

 

Dau Emily d -15-1812 age 3-10-? ( as written on stones)

 

 

Dau Eliza M (Boardman)  PALMER dau of Levi and Minerva, 3-10-1863 age

35-10-13

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BROWN - Humphrey

LORENZO D. BROWN  1818 DIED 1888

1st WIFE SUSAN ADELIA HUMPHREY 1822-1859  Dau of HIRAM and Elizabeth HILLS

Humphrey buried beside them

2nd wife RHODA (nee CLARK widow of  Barzillai H. Porter d c 1838 Columbus PA

somewhere)  1800-1872 ( See her history and family on the Warren Message

boards  has been re-interred in PHELPS Cemetery, West Decorah    Winneshiek

County Iowa with her daughter Livia Porter McKAY of Columbus PA )

Dau Alice,  1853-1857 Dau of Lorenzo and Susan  BROWN

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CARMER

Double marker

Andrew C 1876-1909

Wife Blanche STEARNS 1882-1964

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COOPER

Darius died October 7, 1879 aged 82-7-10

Wife Martha  (nee TOWER) d October 10, 1873 age 75-4-16

They are in census both born Vermont

IN 1850 Darius is listed as DAVID, lived in Freehold Twp

Also listed Cooper  Benjamin  age 21 Mary J 19 both b VT

COOPER beside Darius and Martha

Lovina COOPER FISH 1863-1881

 

COVEY

Monument is badly eroded seems to read; but am only sure it's COVEY

AMOS, d 1876

EMMA?  D 1878

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CRAKER

Frank, 1865-1938

Blanch 1874-1933

Son Milton, no dates

*Added notes, in 1920 census Frank B Craker b PA parents born England, he and Blanche have in home then;

Frank Jr, 18, Levi 12, Leo 7, George E. 4

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CROSBY

Monument but badly eroded

Anselum, is what it looks like

In the 1880 Freehold census , SELUM, which would be short for Anselum, born

NY is 62 wife Clarissa  b NY is 62 a 10 yr old FRED is here also CROSBY

Clarissa 1818-1885 ? But not certain of date

CROSBY

Fernando D. CROSBY 1843-1917

Wife Fanny M died 12-23-1874

(* he married again and in 1910 he is 66 has a brother HENRY J. same age

living with him both b NY,

Wife is Ida J and son Otis is 33)

CROSBY

Childs stone

Clarissa dau of E D and E M 12-10-1873 age 5 yrs

CROSBY

Ida J CROSBY 2nd wife of Fernando, 1856-1927

CROSLEY MONUMENT   SHOULD read CROSBY

Small monument death date  not etched;

Henry J b 1844- brother of Fernando

Otis, O. 1878-1960  Son of Fernando

***This name may be EITHER CROSBY  or CROSLEY,

Henry and Otis are in census as CROSBY in 1910 on the stone is CROSLEY

Fernando is on the stone as CROSBY and in census  Otis O is also in 1930

census as CROSBY, Wife Nellie and dau age 9 cannot read the census either)

CROSBY

Alice wife of E.L. CROSBY 9-26-1853 d 3-5-1884

 

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CRIPPEN

George H. 1884-1885

 

CURTIS

Hannah dau of T and Sylvia, died 1-16-1853 age 3-0-1

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DARLING

Bessie daughter of Thaddeous & Effie Darling May 12, 1880 - Sept 25, 1880

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DARLING,  double marker

William T.  1822-1907 wife TAMER  B. 1833-1917

Their children are in census William, Thaddeus, Nora and Clara  William had

a brother JOHN Darling, born about 1827 lived with them 1880

 

DEMING

R. John DEMING died 4-2-1859

 

DIKE

A very large monument, but no death dates engraved;

Henry b 1840

Sarah his wife b 1848

In the 1880 census of Otto McKean Co Pa Henry and Sarah and 7 kids are

there, Henry may or not be buried here

There are at least 4 children's stones here for Henry Dike , dates

unreadable

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DONE

As spelled but

(May also be DOAN)

2 Fieldstone markers in very bad shape the 2nd is totally eroded and a stump

In Memory of Lydia wife of Joseph DONE< died the first day of JUNE, 1836 in the 31st year of her life

is what it seemed to say, ,

The one beside is probably Joseph DONE he is here in 1840 census aged 40-50

, a son under 5, several females, and may be remarried

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EDDY

Monument

B. Franklin EDDY 1830-1879 wife Abby A. 1832-1917

Infant son, Benjamin 1873

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ENGLE

George D died 1-5-1868 ae 60-2-10

Catherine d 6-19-1872 age 65-8-10

 

EVANS

Charles H. 1847-1910

 

FINDLEY

3 matching stones

Anice H Findley 1858-1923

John J,. Findley 1857-1924

James DOWNEY, died 12-30-1887 age 37-5-25  worked as a teamster at a lumber

mill in Warren Co 1880 a single man he and parents b PA)

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GREGG

Lovina WILSON 1837-1918

Alice T., dau of Lovina and James  GREGG died Feb 1873 age 7 months 2 days

 

 

no stone for James here

The family  is in Limestone , Tidioute Post office, Warren Co  in 1870

dau Annie is 7

James is 25 and Lovina is 33

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HAMILTON

Zeri Died Aug 15, 1836 aged 50 years 2 months 11 days 

     Soldier 1812 WARREN'S REGIMENT, NEW YORK MILITIA.

Jerusha his wife Died Nov 10, 1874 aged 84 Years 5 Months

     (nee HAMILTON, dau of Benjamin HAMILTON b: BETWEEN 1759 AND1760)

Mother: Marge b: BETWEEN 1761 AND 1762

married Zeri HAMILTON 13 SEP 1811 in Stockbridge, Berkshire Co., MA

A dau Mary Hamilton is also buried here wife of Cyrenius MONROE She died

11/30/1848

 

 

Double marker for son

HAMILTON (Monument)

Edwin born May 9, 1827 Died Sept 1 1887

Eunice his wife born Nov 14 1826 Died Mar 17 1899

 

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HUMPHREY

Buried beside BROWN

 

Hiram HUMPHREY died June 6, 1886 ae 88-1-27  stones on the ground to the

left of the grave of Hiram Humphrey are footstones, one is H H for Hiram

Wife Matching stone but hers is eroded beyond reading, 

 

Elizabeth "Betsey" HILLS "Wife of Hiram Humphrey"

dau of Adino HILLS and Chloe LORD  she was born  c 1798  and

died bet 1871 and 1880 She is dead by census 1880

 

 

Martha Ann Dau of Horatio E. and Caroline S. Humphrey and Granddaughter of Hiram

and Elizabeth, 2 markers for her,

One a small marker and the other a monument with her brother

HIRAM S. HUMPHREY, Son of H.E. &C.S. Humphrey Died

July 17, 1875 Age 27 yrs. 5 ms Son of Horatio and Caroline S HUMPHREY

 

(* Notes; Hiram and Elizabeth (Betsey) are my 3rd Great Grandparents to Dee Davidson and 4th Great Grandparents to Deana Carlson

Children of Hiram and Betsey:

1, Susan Adelia HUMPHREY 1822-1859   was married to Lorenzo D BROWN, Their

son ORREN BROWN 1853-1923  was the Great Grandfather of Dee Davidson and is buried here in Ripley, Chautauqua Co, NY.

 

2, Horatio E HUMPHREY 1824-after 1880   and his wife Caroline

 

3, James M HUMPHREY b February 04, 1827 d July 08, 1915 wife Electa WHITFORD are the 3rd Great Grandparents of Deana Carlson. They are buried in the Wheelock Cemetery, abandoned, in Wayne Twp, Erie Co, PA near Corry

 

4, Dau Electa  ca 1829 married James Hiltsford or similar name PA

 

Two sided Monument (Front):
Martha
Daughter of H.E. &C.S. Humphrey
Died
Sept 11, 1857
Age 8 yrs 1 mo 27ds

 

(back):
Hiram S.
Son of H.E. &C.S. Humphrey
Died
July 17, 1875
Age 27 yrs. 5 ms

 

Stone:

Martha Ann
Daughter of H.E. &C.S. Humphrey
Died
Sept 11, 1857
Age 8 yrs 1 mo 27ds

 

We seek ANY info on this family

 

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 JINNEY

( I paid special notice to the spelling of this name, never saw it before)

Sally A. died 7-8-1871 age 60

 

(**Photo shown - Unreadable stones Sally A. maybe Sally A. above)

 

JOHNSON

Minnie d 1874 age 2-2-17

 

JOHNSON

Calvin F. 1830-XX no death etched in 1910 he is living in Farmington Twp a

widower Calvin served in the Civil War with Co. L 16th PA Cavalry has a

flag holder GAR he has 2 markers and one is just for his War service, no

dates Enlisted as a Blacksmith on 06 October 1862

Enlisted in Company L, 16th Cavalry Regiment Pennsylvania on 06 October 1862

Wife Harriet P. 1836-1909

JOHNSON separate stones

Alvin died 11-28-1873 6-8-20

JOHNSON

Marion, died as a child also, I read the date as 1863

In the 1870 census There is a dau Marion, age 5 of Calvin

JOHNSON

Double marker

Albert L JOHNSON 1865-1939

Lillian M 1876-XX not etched

 

MAY

Maria, wife of William MAY 11-3-1818 d 5-21-1889

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MERRIAM

large monument some erosion

VanJulius MERRIAM, died 1842 cannot read the rest Soldier War 1812

Claims of the Soldiers of the War of 1812

page 321

No.: 11,079

NAME OF APPLICANT.: Merriam, Van, Julius, by Administ'r,

RESIDENCE OF APPLICANT.: Columbus, Warren County, Pa.,

AMOUNT ALLOWED.: 58 00

Wife Matilda *(nee JOHNSON) died 9-17-1878 age 79-4-22

One side names 4 children, cannot read dates, MIRIAM (as spelled 2 of them)

Laura and Helen

Son

Harris MERRIAM, 1839-1908, Civil War, wife Matilda, 1838-1912

(*note I have Harris 1830-1906 (GAR 1861-1865)... Deana)

(*note in 1880 Hiram MERRIAM is in Freehold Twp, Wife Matilda he is b PA

parents NY Ida 18 school teacher, JULIUS A. 13, Maud C. is 1 , )

Added family notes; HESTER ANN MERRIAM, dau. of Van Julius and Matilda

(Johnson), b. March 11, 1825, near Columbus, Pa.; d. March 11, 1887. She was

the wife of RICHARD DEWEY, son of John, b. March 25, 1818; d. July 16, 1869,

at Columbus, Pa., where was a farmer; m. Sept. 7, 1843, 4161. Celestia,b.

(???), 1848; d. (???), 1880; m. (???), 1870, (???) Carlin, of

Petrolia, Pa., and had two children.

4162. La Motte, b. Aug. 5, 1850; m. Aug. 3, 1880, Sally Evans, and lives at

Erie, Pa., September, 1898; in the insurance business.

4163. John R., b. April 6, 1862; living at Miami, Fla., September, 1898;

m. (???), 1891, Elizabeth Welsh, of Welshton, Fla., and has: Hester,

b. Feb. 14, 1892; Marion, b. Dec. (???), 1893; Welsh, b. Ang. (???),

1896.

 

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MERRIAM

Laura died 7-8-1838 age 13 yrs

(In the wooded area laying flat is quite a large stone in fair shape, tangled in ground cover)

 

MONROE

Joseph died 5-6-1851 age 74-7-0

Wife HANNA died 1864 they HAD matching stones and hers is in pieces

MONROE

Monument

O.L. MONROE b 12-1799 d 1877

Wife Anna 8-17-179? Died 2-8-1884

Is quite eroded and mossy, hard to read

* added notes;

Joseph was b 9-25-1776 son of Isaac Monroe and Sarah FASSETT

His wife was Hannah MONROE and her father was William MONROE mother was

Sally BARNEY

Son O L: is Orsamus Leonard and he died 28 JAN 1877

His wife was Anna LOWE

(IGI data)

 

MULLEN

3 matching

Kate E. 1861-1944 (Catherine )

Thomas, 1852-1925 Born Canada Parents too, of Irish ancestry

Infant 1899

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MURPHY

F. M. or L. M. 1899-1922

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OLMSTEAD

Ethel M. dau of EL & MJ Died Feb 12 1891 Aged 1 YR 3 MS 26 D? "Asleep with Jesus" or "I sleep with Jesus"

 

PARKER - WALTON

all on one MONUMENT

Philander 4-14-1812 no death date

Wife Harriet 8-2-1816 d 4-2-1873

D.L son of H D and A J Parker 7-22-1871 d 9-4-1871

Parker J. WALTON 10-4-1867 d 2-13-1868

Mary PARKER Walton, wife of Charles WALTON 4-14-1841 d 10-25-1867 ( new

mother )

Hiram PARKER 12-8-1837 d 11-10-1852

Reads children of P and H (Philander and Harriet)

In the 1870 census there is a son, of Philander and Harriet DALLAS H PARKER

age 20 and he is living in Jamestown NY in 1920

Also in 1870 John W, is 16 and Ida Mae is 8

 

PHELPS

2 matching stones

CHINA, dau of M D and D N PHELPS 8-6-1874

Mary 11-3-1860

* Is Mother of China, nee GREEN DN is David N PHELPS father of LYMAN O.

here

In 1850 Columbus David N is 48 b Ny

Wife Polly (Mary Green) 47 NY, Lyman O 21, China Celestia is 24, Jonathan

22, Franklin 19, Sauritis, Male is 17, Edwin 15, Orin 11, Judson 9

PHELPS

Monument

Lyman O. 2-11-1828 d 9-28-1904

Sophia, ( nee EVENS) 8-19-1819 d 4-28-1907

Ira E 6-30-1860 d 1-12-1901 blind person never married

(* note Lyman also had dau Lavinia, m Gilbert WHITELEY listed here also

Dau Mary married John D WILSON; David N PHELPS was the son of JONATHAN

PHELPS 1763-1857 who was a Rev War Soldier, and is buried in town of

Pomfret, Chautauqua CO NY )

 

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QUIMBY - QUINBY

 

Elnathan

 -Sacred to the Memory of Elnathan Quimby who departed this life August 7th 1844 in the 81st year of his age.

Behold and see as you pass by.

As you are now so once was I.

As I am now you soon will be.

Prepare for death and follow me.

A.D. looks like 1820

- Revolutionary War (there is a flag holder ONLY denoting Rev War service and I find NO records for him either name spelling for service)

 

Famyan

 -Sacred to the Memory of

Famyan Quimby

Consort of

A.D. Quimby

who departed

this life April 7th 1840 in the 27th year of her age.

My friends behold me as you pass by,

And larn from this your born to die.

 

No other stones found yet; that first name makes NO sense to me at all she was his Dau in LAW and that is how it is carved, and in great shape

 

RALYEA

AT REST

Byron, 2-17-1826 d 4-9-1895

Melissa K, 3-18-1837 d 12-16-1901

Infant dau no date

RALYEA

Phebe COOPER ROOT RALYEA

3-14-1827 d 4-22-1900

Beside Alvin ROOT, died 12-5-1850

Dau Adelaide ROOT died 5-23-1859

Dau Adel Root died 1-26-1864 age 13-9-17

 

RODGERS

Monument

Isaac T. RODGERS 4-9-1826 d 7-20-1900

Elsie M 9-9-1853 d 3-9-1855

Infant son, 9-1868

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ROW - ROWE

although there is NO E on the stones, written as only ROW

Census 1850 is ROWE

Rebecca Row In memory, who departed this life, March 13, 1848 age 66-11-4

Beside

William Row Died Dec 13, 1857age 79-8-?

Beside

Albert died 5/14/1858 age 51-8-20

ROW double marker

BADORA (nee BEALS) 1816-1897

Husband John ROW 1816 -1904

 

(*BADORA (BEALS) is the daughter of Ezra BEALS and Lucena STREETER also b

here)

 

 

ROW

Albert

 

SMITH

2 matching large stones

Wilson SMITH, died 10-28-1890 age 82-11-16 has a Flag Holder Civil War, Was

born NY

Wife Nancy died 4-26-1876 age 59-3 At Rest

 

STROW

Massive monument, largest one in this cemetery

For

Eli STROW, died 9-1 or 4-1887 age 53 11-15

He is a son of John and Elizabeth (Betsey) STROW ( is not married age 40

in 1880 census lived with parents)

Have their own monument, smaller and all on 1

Hannah KEITH, wife of James KEITH, died 11-4-1847 age 84-4

Alzina Dau of John and Betsey STROW died June 30, 1874 age 29-8-

Betsey wife of John STROW, died 12-2-1881 aged 78-9-18 (Probably a dau of

the KEITH)

John STROW, died 2/11/1883 age 78 (* he as born in England, Betsey b NY)

 

SWART

Monument engraved 4 sides;

Sarah wife of W A SWART 6-3-1850 d 2-24-1889

Son Ralph 5-24-1878 age 1-yr 19 days

Son Leon L 3-23-2885 ae 7 mos 19 days

Son Charley G d 10-4-1881 ae 15-2-4

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VANTASSEL

In Memory of Mr. & Mrs. Eli VanTassel Died before 1858

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WALTON - BARTON

Monument,

Milo L Walton 1833-1912

Wife Jane A. BARTON (dau of Zenus and Bathsheba Beals BARTON) 1841-1913

WALTON

Childs marker

Fern Ethel March to Dec 1880 (*I have: Fern Ethel dau of _Walton Born Mar 20 1888 Died Dec 30 1890-Deana)

WALTON

Pauline, 1908-1923

WALTON

2 markers

Byron , Civil War flag holder 1846-1923 "FATHER " CO I NY Eng.

Emma T. 1852-1922 " MOTHER

 

*Note:

Jane was in the 1850 census, Freehold Twp, Warren County, PA,

Image 558, Roll M432_832, Page 282

 living with Horatio Beals.

Family#833  Visit#836

Horatio Beals 30 male farmer NY

Patty 23 female PA

Emelia 4 female PA

Jane Barton 8 years old NY

 

WELDEN, WALRADT

Oldest burials here

Under the big Pine tree, very old stones;

PETER WALRADT, his stone is broken into 3 pieces but laid so it can clearly

still be read;

Peter died Jan 1, 1848 age 73

Elizabeth , Wife of Peter, died 1860 age 88-?-? Is still upright but a bit

chipped

WALRADT

Harlow, died 12-1865 age 53-?-?

James WELDEN, died 4-8-1854 age 52

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WEST

Double marker

Keith 1878-1954

Lizzie 1891-1937

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WEST (Huge Monument)

side 1:

Charles B. Jan 18, 1825 - Feb 6, 1914

Releaf C. (nee BAKER) His Wife May 4, 1825 - Jan 4, 1905

Alice A. Daut. of C.B. & R.C. West, Sept 23, 1851, May 18, 1872

side 2:

Velma C. or G. (* nee DOWD or DOUD ) 2nd Wife of Byron A. West Nov 21, 1864 - Nov 21, 1929

side 3:

Byron A. West Jan 19, 1853 - Feb 5, 1935

Cora B. (* nee DEWEY) His (1st) Wife June 30, 1853 - Apr 5 1894

Earl, Son of B.A. & Cora B. West Dec 22, 1880 - Sept 21, 1881

 

WEST

3 matching stones

Charles West died 12-1871 age 90-9-12

Eunice West died 4-8-1871 age 81-8-11

George H. CRIPPEN 1884-1885

(Grandson?)

(* added notes in 1870 census Charles SENIOR is 87 a retired farmer born CT

Wife UNIS, (Randall/RAMSDELL) b MASS, 79 they are in the home of Charles B.

WEST 45 b NY will die 1874 Wife Relief, (BAKER) 44, Alice 18, Byron 17,

Corie E female 12 there are 3 other known children of Charles and Eunice IGI files )

 

 

WHITELEY

2 matching stones

Gilbert 1857-1927

Lovinnie A 1864-1931 (As spelled )

 

WILLIAMS

Children of S C and N E WILLIAMS

Sarah E 4-12-1866 age 18-7-5

Elmira d 1865

Frankie L died 1878 age 8 yrs

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WILLSON

4 stones matching all are children of James and Catherine WILLSON

 

Mary dau of Dave & Catherine Willson Died 1844 age 10 years __ Ms & 2 days  (I have 27 days ~Deana)

 

 

James son of _ _ Willson Died June 21 1844 -unreadable (infant)

 

 

Infant cannot read - Feb 13 1844

 

 

Infant Henry 1846

 

 

 

 

 

WILSON

Old double stone

Andrew 4-20-1835 d 8-27-1923

Elizabeth 2-18-1837 d 9-7-1925

2 Smaller stones beside

Hattie L Wilson 4-23-1865 d 11-5-1873

Baby cannot read

 

WILSON

Monument with only Wilson

2 small stones beside

Olive, 10-1-1825 d 3-27-1875

Hugh, 2-9-1824 d 3-25-1904

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WILSON

Quite a tall monument etched on all 4 sides

Jacob died Apr 20, 1898 age 71

Frances his wife no dates

Mary J Wife of Jacob Wilson died 11/28/1858 age 27-9-26 *See note below

Mark Wesley son of Jacob and Mary Infant no date

 

(*Note- I have: Mary wife of Jacob Willson Died April 28 1818 Age 27 years 9 ms & 26 days ~Deana)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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WILSON

John

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WILSON (5 photos)

Chauncey Died Feb 12 1878 age 32-11-28

Wife LUCINDA, 1850-1918

In 1880 Lucinda is a widow> Pennsylvania > Warren > Freehold

with 4 children, Mary C 13, George H 9, Cora 6 and Elma 3, there are

several other WILSON here same age group

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 WOOD - SHERMAN

3 matching stones side by side

Hannah J WOOD 1846-19xx no death date

Emeline SHERMAN 1814-1867

David SHERMAN 1806-1852

Hannah is the dau of David and Emeline in 1850 census is 4

Freehold Twp all were b NY except Hannah PA

 

WOODARD

(and I double checked the spelling)

Perry C 8-24-1837 d 12-8-1918

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WRIGHT

(Under the tree)

2 stones

Levi M. WRIGHT, Sept 24, 1809 - March 13 1896

Wife Maria H. (nee CARR) Aug 5 1808 - Sept 24, 1881

 

Their children ( from the CARR Genealogy)

1 James R. Wright, b. April 2, 1832, d. Jan. 1863.

2. Arvilla Pauline Wright, b. Aug. 12, 1834, m. Walton.

3. Harriet P. Wright, b. Feb. 8, 1836. Married Calvin F. Johnson

4. Andrew J. Wright, b. March 9, 1838

5. Sally Ann Wright, b. June 8, 1839. married John C. JORDAN

6. Lucretia M. Wright, b. April 5, 1842. married to Charles GRAVES

TWINS

7. |Serilous L. Wright, b. June 21, 1847, d. Jan. 1864.

8. |Serilla M. Wright, b. " " married Thomas CHAPMAN, in 1864

9. Lillie G. Wright, b. Feb. 18, 1849. married Ziba COLGROVE

10 Clarinda Wright, b. July 6, 1851, married John Minium. They lived in

Columbus, Pa. She died Sept. 1890

 

WRIGHT

Stephen B.        Jan 31, 1818-Mar 28, 1888

Wife Martha C.  Mar 26 1822-Jan 25 1909

 

WRIGHT -- HODGKISS

Lovica, WRIGHT wife of H.D. HODKISS, died 4-12-1874 age 26-?-?

(Dau of Stephen and Martha in 1870 is 22 single, spelled there Louise)

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W- Unreadable stone

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Stones propped against a tree in the plants.

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Unreadable stone

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Unreadable stone

Bottom looks like:

In him I'm ever blest???

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Unreadable stone

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Unreadable stones

Mother

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Unreadable stone

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Unreadable stone

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Pine Valley Cemetery


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