Elisha Ireland GAR emblem/flag Co. B. 1861 17th 1865 Pa. Cav. Father Mother John W. Fannie E. Downs His Wife 1860-1926 1859-1916 Charlotte Murphy 1890-1935 Archibold Downs 1884-1952 Withers May E. John C. His Wife 1874-1954 1888-1918 Mattie W. Downs Died 1921 Frank Tanner 1863-1935 Mother Nancy Tanner 1877-1950 Saunders Raymond Mildred 1902- 1904- A. Lodema Saunders Jan. 13,1930 June 3,1930 Gardner Clarence G. Esther E. 1883-1959 1886-1963 Ruben H. Tewksbury WWII emblem/flag Pvt. U. S. Army World War II 1912-1982 Tewksbury Alice V. Kenneth B. 1898-1989 1949- Jasper W. Pauline H. 1904-1971 1904-1959 Perpetual Care Joseph E. Tewksbury Pennsylvania Pvt. 630 Tech School S. Q. A. A. F. World War II April 21,1907-June 2,1966 Hugh W. Son of Charles H. & Myra Goodrich Mar. 20,1895 May 9,1895 Aged 7 weeks Dora M. Wife of Warren Gardner Died Jan. 15,1890 Aged 24 ys.,9 ms,m & 27 ds. Oscar S. Son of W. A. & D. M. Gardner Died June 19,1886 Aged 1 ys. 4 mos. & 28 ds. Gone but not forgotten Warren A. Gardner 1855-1925 Earl C. Son of F. C. & L. J. Pratt Died Nov. 26,1884 Aged 2 yrs., 4 mo. & 10 ds. Gone but not forgotten Edward Waterman Died May 25,1892 Aged 50 yrs. & 9 mos. Gone but not forgotten Sons of Nathaniel 1849 Ira 1899 1851 George 1923 1853 Irvin 1898 1860 John 1893 Wescott Nathaniel Wescott 1832-1888 Charlotte A. His Wife 1830-1915 Ira Waterman Died Dec. 17,1862 Aged 64 years Elizabeth B. Wife of Ira Waterman Died Sept. 8,1863 Aged 59 yrs., 11 mos. & 15 days Children of Sidney & Hannah Osborn side Martha J. Died Sept. 13,1868 Aged 21 yrs. & 13 ds Asleep in Jesus, Blessed sleep, --- On wrote: and Friends Ricky Ronald Oakley, Jr. Oct. 9 Oct.6 1974 1976 Farnham WWII emblem/flag Peggy M. Melvin A. 1927- 1924-1996 Corp'l Hugh Lenox Co. D. 50th Pa. Inf. Squires Father and Mother Perpetual Care side Wm. Squires Died May 15,1865 Aged 77 yrs. 6 ms. & 10 ds. other side Betsey Wife of Wm. Squires Died Aug. 27,1864 Aged 69 yrs. 5 ms. & 5 ds. Safford Post emblem/flag Jedediah Safford 143 June 14,1822 June 5,1896 R. Jane His Wife April 1,1827 Sept. 26, 1895 B. Frank Safford Nov. 2,1872 July 7,1884 John B. Thornton Born Jan. 24,1863 Died Feb. 24,1940 Lydia A. Wife of Andrew A. Waterman Died Apr. 1,1888 Aged 53 yrs. 2 mo. & 6 ds. As you are now, so once was I, As I am now, soon you shall be, Prepare for death and follow me. Flora A. Sweet 1863-1957 George A. Sweet 1855-1924 George W. Son of Hugh & Anna Lenox Died Dec. 29,1859 Aged 18 yrs. & 14 ds. Lydia M. Sweet 1832-1912 Lorenzo Sweet 1813-1900 Arta L. Son of Lorenzo & Lydia M. Sweet Died Apr. 1,1854 Aged 11 mo. & 11 days Oft upon the still ____, Cameth tones of thine so dear, And tho' heaven thy spirit, Shrineth, we can almos Philander S. Bronson Co. A. 57 Regt. Died Feb. 18,1899 Aged 68 yrs. 3 ms. 4 ds. Eden Brown Died Feb. 19,1859 Aged 58 yrs. & 11 mos. Mary Wife of Eden Brown Died Sept. 22,1857 Aged 60 yrs. 11 ms. 20 days Josephine Daughter of Philander S. & Teresa Bronson Died July 22,1887 Aged 1 yr. 9 ms. 20 ds. Gone but not forgotten side Amos Died Mar. 30,1892 Infant Geo. C. Bronson GAR emblem/flag 1834-1908 1861 Eliza Robinson 1865 His Wife 1836-1897 Mackey Zopher Mackey 1819-1884 Esther Baker His Wife 1819-1902 George S. 1847-1914 Manley 1860-1905 back Frances A. 1841-1843 Jared 1849-1853 Nellie & Nelson Infant Nellie Nelson Died Died Sept. 14,1858 Sept. 18,1858 Infant children of Zopher & Esther Mackey We can but mourn in quiet grief, Their little life's so bright and brief. Saunders Emma S. Harry D. 1857-1962 1874-1959 Jared Son of Zophar & Esther Mackey Died Jan. 20,1860 Aged 10 yrs. 1 mo. & 6 ds. Yeomans Horace S. Yeomans Born Dec. 27,1817 Died Oct. 1,1859 Gone but not forgotten back Roena A. Wife of Horace Yeomans Died Dec. 18,1896 Aged 76 yrs. 8 mos. & 21 ds. At rest Isaac Tewksbury 1853-1935 Tewksbury Curtis L. Willis M. 1823-1907 1866-1928 Jessie M. Sally M. Flora A. 1900-1957 1829-1904 1880-1938 Silvius Jesse Silvius Born Oct. 15,1814 Died Sept. 26,1886 Louisa His Wife Born Feb. 19,1818 Died Mar. 20,1872 Martha M. Wife of David Ross Born Feb. 9,1840 Died July 17,1874 Sweet Mildred I. Hazel F. Eugene S. 1937 1900-1985 1888-1960 Lindsey GAR emblem/flag Samuel Lindsey 1861 Co. F. 141 Regt. Pa. Vol. 1865 Died Sept. 29,1893 Aged 75 yrs. 3 mo. side Phoebe Wife of Samuel Lindsey Died Apr. 26,1860 Aged 44 yrs. 3 mo. & 9 ds. other side Marshall Son of Samuel & Phoebe Lindsey Died Mar. 27,1876 Aged 18 yrs. & 2 mo. Smith Sp. Am. War emblem/flag Mabel E. Walter U. 1882-1941 1876-1925 Simons Mother Margaret Wife of J. L. Simons Died apr. 3,1883 Aged 52 ys. back Father Post emblem/flag James L. 143 Simons GAR Died Jan. 12,1874 Aged 44 yrs. & 4 mo. Sarah E. Dau. of Curtis & Sally Tewksbury Died Oct. 8,1864 Ae. 3 yrs. A flower lent but not given, To bud on earth and bloom in Heaven. Everett J. Saunders Ethel G. Saunders WWI emblem/flag April 1,1859 November 5,1884 December 8,1947 December 11,1956 His Wife In Memory of Isadore S. Risley Lyman Glenn Saunders December 28,1862 October 1,1889 December 24,1942 October 5,1918 A lofty example Corpl. 304 Engrs. 79 Div. Is the richest bequest Buried Meuse-Argonne American A man may leave behind him. Military Cemetery, Romagne, France Rev. Garford Flavel Williams Sons of emblem/flag back American The world passeth away and the, Revolution Lust thereof: But he that doeth, The will of God abideth forever. Joseph A. Sammon WWII emblem/flag Cpl. U. S. Army World War II Nov. 21,1909-Nov. 10,1994 Arthur S. Williams January 17,1884 Pa. State College 1912 April 24,1961 By bouyant faith, consistent life, Unsparing labors, he gloried God. Hazel B. Williams DAR emblem/flag December 1,1896 May 13, 1981 In a thousand celestial choirs with, Golden harps immortal thy just spirit, Shall sing everlastingly thankful, Holy praise. Quick Joseph E. Quick Born Nov. 22,1830 Died Sept. 26,1897 Hannah M. Quick Born Oct. 21,1837 Died March 31,1897 Dorothy K. Williams 1909-1992 At rest back James E. Green Born May 23,1841 Died Mar. 9,1896 Wanton Green Born Apr. 17,1815 Died June 29,1889 back Axcy Wife of Wanton Green Born Feb. 11,1819 Died June 12,1901 Greene GAR emblem/lflag George W. 1861 1839-1905 1865 Elma 1847-1914 Willie H. Son of George W. & Alma Green Died Oct. 9,1873 Aged 5 yrs. 6 mo. & 3 ds. Asa Strickland Died May 1,1866 Ae. 70 yrs. & 20 ds. Betsey E. Wife of Asa Strickland Died Feb. 23,1883 Aged 82 years Benoni T. GAR emblem/flag Strickland 1861 Born 1865 June 19,1836 Died Dec. 27,1891 Mary A. His Wife Born [no dates] Daniel Wood GAR emblem/flag Died 1861 Oct. 1,1871 1865 Aged 71 years & 11 mos. Polly Robinson Wife of Daniel Wood Died Oct. 8,1868 Aged 69 yrs. & 10 ds. Westley Bloom Died June 7,1866 Aged 38 years, & 4 months Think, O ye, who fondly languish, O'er the graves of those you love, Pain and death, and night and anguish, Enter not the world above. Ellen Robinson 1840-1928 William Robinson 1822-1902 ` Robinson Victoria C. Elmer 1853-1895 1850-1926 Fanny Wife of Wm. Robinson Died Jan. 6,1864 Aged 47 yrs. 3 ms. & 19 days Hubert M. Son of H. J. & J. E. Robinson Died Aug. 20,1888 Aged 11 mo. & 10 ds. Robinson Henry Robinson 1853-1928 Julia Robinson 1855-1927 Mollie L. Williams 1868-1947 Live is ever Lord of death, Love can never lose its own. Card Post emblem/flag Kesiah GAR Wife of Henry Card Died Feb. 22,1886 Aged 52 yrs. & 6 mo. back Henry Card Died Mar. 30,1884 Aged 66 yrs. Gone to rest. Hannah M. Quick 1837-1897 Safe at home, Sweet bye and bye. Joseph E. Quick 1830-1897 Each in his narrow cell for, Ever laid, The rude forefathers, Of the hamlet sleep. Ruth E. Sammon DAR emblem/flag September 7,1921 May 19,1981 They that sow in tears shall reap in joy, They that go forth weeping, Shall return rejoicing. Joseph A. Sammon November 21,1909 November 10,1994 I served my God, my country, And my family to the best, Of my ability. Amy E. Williams 1844-1892 Blessed are those servants, Whom the Lord, when he cometh, Shall find watching. Dyer Williams 1845-1931 An honest man, The noblest work of God. Seymour B. Williams 1828-1881 Man, the measure of all things. Flavel M. Williams 1800-1880 One generation passeth away, And another cometh. Lodema D. Williams 1799-1875 The day of death is better, Than the day of birth. Mary E. Dau. of Mary B. & ____ C. Wood Died Feb. 4,1861 Aged 3 yrs. 6 mos. & 27 days. George E. Phillips 1827-1900 Fanny C. Phillips 1851-1893 Vida E. Mackey 1894-1984 The Lord is my refuge. Grace May Mackey 1882-1902 Asleep in Jesus Augusta I. Mackey 1860-1933 Jesus, lover of my soul John Baker Mackey 1852-1943 In the sweet, Bye and bye. Louisa Rockwell 1889-1962 Joseph S. Rockwell 1867-1951 Leo V. Son of Worden C. & Betsey Rockwell Died Jan. 10,1862 Aged 4 ms. & 3 ds. Rockwell Worden C. Rockwell Mem. Co. D. 50 Reg. Pa. Vol. Aug. 21,1833-June 10,1914 Betsa Williams His Wife Jan. 11,1835-Mar. 21,1907 side Annie R. Rockwell Dec. 21,1864 Jan. 27,1899 At rest. Kerr Annie C. Kerr Died Sept. 24,1900 Aged 35 yrs. Lyman Saunders 1826-1906 Phebe Williams His Wife 1830-1909 Mary I. Dau. of Chas. & C. A. Betts Died June 3,1875 Aged 11 ys. & 3 mos. Willie W. Infant son of Chas. & C. A. Betts Henry E. Kittle Died May 4,1895 Aged 48 yrs. 9 mos. & 8 ds. Gone but not forgotten side Harriet B. Kittle 1861-1937 Wm. Stephens GAR emblem/flag of Co. B. 143rd. Reg. 1861 Pa. Volunteers 1865 Died Dec. 14,1881 Aged 62 years 6 mos. & 10 ds. Almira Betts Wife of Wm. Stephens Died Jan. 15,1890 Aged 44 yrs. 4 mos. & 15 ds. Betts Caroline A. Charles 1846-1921 1840-1930 George Son of Chas. & C. A. Betts Died Nov. 10,1881 Aged 1 year & 1 mo. Mary Dau. of P. G. & H. _. Tiffany Died Sept. 10,1868 Aged 7 months & 2 days. Netta Daughter of W. & Eliza Gardner Died Sept. 26,1861 Aged 1 year 7 ms. & 5 ds. Emerson B. Son of W. & E. Gardner Born Aug. 28,1878 Died Aug. 23, 1879 Such is the Kingdom, Of Heaven. Frank H. Latham Born Aug. 29,1858 Died Feb. 19,1878 Aged 19 yrs. 5 mos. & 20 dys. At rest GAR emblem/flag back 1861 Josiah B. 1865 Williams 1820-1905 Albt. Latham GAR emblem/flag Co. H. 1861 1 N. Y. 1865 Vet. Cav. Edwin F. Latham 1863-1897 George Gardner Apr. 28,1908 June 10,1908 George Downs 1893-1907 Hannah Wife of Maj. Seth Bisbee Died June 13,1874 In the 79th year Of her age. Maj. Seth Bisbee War of 1812 emblem/flag Died Veteran Oct. 27,1862 Aged 73 yrs. 1 mo. & 15 ds. He was a soldier in The War of 1812 G. B. Stanton Born Jan. 3,1836 Died Sept. 5,1892 Alpha D. Bisbee Wife of George B. Stanton Died July 10,1874 Aged 32 yrs. 2 mos. & 22 ds. Jimmy S. Son of G. B. & A. B. Stanton Died Sept. 8,1860 Ae. 1 yr. 6 ms. [message unreadable] Our Little Josie Died Aug. 19,1875 Aged 4 years 4 ms. & 13 ds. Harold Died Aug. 25,1892 Age 11 mos. 13 ds. Silas Robinson War of 1812 emblem/flag Died Veteran May 26,1865 Ae. 70 yrs. 4 ms. [1st Wife is buried at West Point] [2nd Wife is buried beside him/stone missing] Gardner Frank S. Gardner 1872-1918 Maude I. Green His Wife 1881-1914 STRICKLAND- large stone small stones nearby Ira N. 1862-1934 Ira Hubert Strickland 1914-1920 Ira E. Strickland 1894-1916 Addie S. 1865-1933 Everson RollinT. Ella L. 1868-1957 1871-1964 Infant Daughter of R. T. & E. L. Everson Jan. 16,1904 Charles E. Rosencrants PFC. U. S. Army May 29,1930-Dec. 14,1991 Shirley D. Rosencrants 1936-1969 Mirker Son of D. M. and A. Rosencrants Died May 16,1902 Aged 4 years Whiter than snow Rosencrants Wife Husband Ella R. Charles C. Sept. 1,1893 Oct. 1,1888 Aug. 4,1963 Mar. 3,1948 Baker James A. Baker 1858-1922 Cora A. Betts His Wife 1867-1953 Safford M. Pearle George 1884-1960 1863-1933 Dean Van Cleft Rosencrants 1914-1975 Bertha Finetta McIntosh September 13,1881 June 11,1952 Wife of Stephen H. Jay Suddenly called. Sally Ann Rosencrants January 28,1863 April 19,1937 Dau. R. M. & C. W. Cook Charles Waterman Died July 21,1881 Aged 86 yrs. 7 mos. & 18 ds. Finetta Waterman Died Oct. 13,1887 Aged 88 yrs. 9 mo. & 16 ds. Rosel M. Cook GAR emblem/flag Died 1861 Aug. 22,1893 1865 Aged 78 yrs. & 8 ds. Catherine Waterman Wife of Rosel M. Cook Died Feb. 28,1907 Aged 79 yrs. 9 mos. and 25 days Dear Jesus, thou seest, I patiently wait. Olin 1902-1904 Baby Violette 1906-1906 Children of Florence Hinkley Pickering Sarah Wife of Abijah Hinkley Died Dec. 21,1893 Aged 78 yrs. 8 mo. back Abijah Hinkley Died Jan. 25,1885 Aged 74 yrs. 3 mos. & 20 ds. Jerry S. Son of Daniel & Mary Vargeson Died Sept. 4,1880 Aged 6 mo. & 25 ds. Vargeson Mary Wife of D. V. Vargeson Died Sept. 15,1893 Aged 55 yrs. & 5 mo. side Daniel Vargeson Born Feb. 20,1829 Died Feb. 28,1917 George J. Ring 1866-1951 Lucy B. Ralph 1870-1917 Hinkley William E. Hinkley 1855-____ Adaline A. Vargeson His Wife 1862-____ back Adaline Scott 1829-1909 Loomis Betts GAR emblem/flag Co. I. 97 Regt. Pa. Vol. 1861 Died 1865 May 4,1896 Aged 76 yrs. 10 mo. Harriet W. Betts 1821-1899 Ernest Tewksbury 1891-1972 Grace B. Tewksbury 1879-1939 Verda Mae Perry 1912-1991 Mildred Mae Perry 1905 Aged 3 months Amanda Tewksbury 1857-1929 George Tewksbury WWI emblem/flag 1888-1918 Edward Tewksbury 1882-1900 Downs Joseph G. 1899-1977 Emma B. 1899-1987 Perpetual Care Safe in the arms of Jesus Kyle Adrian Travis Aug. 8,1990 Sept. 14,1990 Joseph G. Downs WWI emblem/flag Sgt. U. S. Army World War I 1899-1977 Williams Arthur Seymour Williams Son of Amy E. Gray & Dyer Williams was born in West Lathrop, Susq. Co., Pa. Jan. 17,1884 His Wife Hazel Beulah Johnson Daughter to Lizzie Button & Louis B. Johnson. G.D.D.R. to Rachel Lindley & A. Dennis Johnson & to Esther Decker & W. Orlando Button was Born in Springville Twp. Susq. Co., Pa. Dec. 1,1896 Their daughter Ruth Erma Williams Born in Nicholson, Pa. Sept. 7,1921 Whether to live or die, I know not which is best, To live in thee is bliss to me, To die is endless rest. side Flavel Moseley Williams Son of Marcy Boswell & Thomas M. Williams. G.D.S.N. to Sarah Moseley & Steph- en Williams G.G.D.S.N. to Sar- ah Paine & Samuel Williams Was born in Brooklyn, Windham Co., Conn., June 5, 1800. He settled in West Lathrop, Susq. Co., Pa. Apr. 18, 1843. Where he died May 30, 1880. Aged 79 yrs. 11 mos. & 25 days. His Wife Lodema Downing Daughter to Tamar Delabee & James Downing, G.D.D.R. to Abigail Cady & Jedediah Downing, was born in Broo- klyn, Conn., Aug.24,1799 & Died in Lathrop, Pa., Sept. 2,1875 Aged 76 years & 8 days. Their Son Seymour Williams Born in Lawrens, Otsego Co., New York, Apr. 4,1828. A mem- ber for 20 years of the Board of Trade in Chicago, Ill. Where he died single Mar. 22,1881. Aged 52 years 11 mos. & 18 days. This stone stands here, To show where their, Dust lies, Not what they were. When saints arise, That day will show, The part they enacted, Here below. back In loving memory of Dyer Williams Son to Lodema D. & Flavel M. Williams. Born in West Lathrop, Susq. Co, Pa. Apr. 30,1845. Entered into rest Dec. 8,1931. Aged 86 yrs. 7 mos. & 8 days. Also Amy Elizabeth Gray Consort of Dyer Williams & daughter to Mary Greene & Abisha W. Gray. G.D.D.R. to Lucy Spicer & Jonas L. Gray & to Mary Whitford & Abel Greene. Born in Dimock, Susq. Co., Pa. Mar. 24,1844. Died Much lamented Nov. 1,1892 Aged 48 yrs. 7 mos. 7 days And Mary Lovina Quick Relict of Dyer Williams & Dau. to Hannah Bell & Joseph Quick.G.D.D.R. to Mary Steele & Timothy Quick & to Lovina Sny- der & Laban Bell. Born in Nicholson, Wyo. Co. Pa. Mar. 14, 1868. Died in peace Jan. 13,1947 Aged 78 yrs. 9 mo. & 30 days. Farewell our friends, Dry up your tears, Our dust lies here, Till Christ appears. side Garford Flavel Williams Son to Hazel B. Johnson & Arthur S. Williams was Born in Nicholson, Pa. June 10,1919. He was Ordained to the Chris- tian Ministry in the Gene- ral Six Principle Baptist Church, Coventry, R. I. Sept. 6,1940 Living or dying, Lord, I ask but to be thine, My life in thee, thy life in me, Makes heaven forever mine. Williams Even such is time, That takes in trust, Our youth, our joys, Our all, we have, And pays us but, With earth and, Dust; Who, in the, Dark and silent, Grave, when we have, Wandered all our, Ways; Shuts up the, Story of our days; But from this earth, This grave, this dust, My God, shall raise, Me up, I trust. side Upright and honest, The old farmer was, His God, he revered, He respected the, Laws; Though, Fameless, he lived, He had gone where, His worth will, Outshine, like pure, Gold, all the dross, Of this earth. He has ploughed, His last furrow, Has reared his last, Grain; No morn, Shall wake him to, Labor again. back How beautiful to, Be with God, When earth is, Fading like a dream, And from this mist, Encircled shore, We launch upon, The unknown stream, No doubt, no fear, No anxious care, But comforted, By staff and rod, In the faith, Brightened hour, Of death, how beautiful to, Be with God. side Farewell, vain, World, I have had, Enough of thee: And now, I am, Careless what thou, Sayst of me. What fault thou, Seest in me take, Care to shun, There is work, Within thyself that, Should be done. Thy smiles I court, Not, nor thy, Frowns I fear, My cares are past, My head lies quiet, Here!
UPDATE: courtesy of Bonnie
Iva Pearl Myers b. January 4, 1903 d. 1935 Leo Everte Myers b. June 17, 1891 d. December 28, 1958 Mary Ellen Butler, b. September 12, 1925 d. November 16, 1999 Edward Myers buried in a un- marked grave
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