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Anne Ashley United Methodist Church Cemetery
a.k.a. - Franklin Church Cemetery
a.k.a. - Old Franklin Cemetery
334 22nd Ave.,
Munhall, PA 15120
(412) 462-3134

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(Unless otherwise indicated, this listing was contributed by Rich Cummings, rich@rich-nospam-cummings.com)


A Notation . . .

This cemetery sits next to Homestead Cemetery and behind the church.  It dates back to the early to mid 1800s. There are recent burials in this cemetery which date back to about two years ago. Some of the older headstones are lying on their backs, a lot of them have fallen over and some are in the woods next to the cemetery. Any headstone which could be seen was examined as best as possible for anything legible. Probably many graves were unmarked or their headstones are long gone.


Posted: February 6, 2009   Last Update: March 31, 2012
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Surname, First Name, Birthdate, Deathdate, Other (Links/Photos)
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Anslow, George, died Aug 1, ????, in the 28th year of his life
Atkinson, Nancy D., 1920 1935, daughter
Barker, Annie L., 1898 198?
Barker, Fred, 1894 1975, husband
Barker, Gertrude, 1896 1939, wife
Barker, Mary J., 1900 1951, wife
Barnett, Christopher C., born mar 13 1897-apr 3 1962?, enlisted july 23 1942, discharged jul 19 1945, PVT 3rd div. Co A US
Barnett, John W., born June 1895, died jan 1931?, enlistedjul 26 1917, discharged mar 26 1919
Barry, Edith M., 1896 1990, beloved mother
Barton ????, stone is leaning forward and half buried. Appears to be a child’s marker.
Baxer, Mary J., born dec 9 1832 died nov 23 1917, wife of H. J. Baxer
Beck?, Helen (dates buried), born in Scotland?, s/s John
Beck?, John, died Sept ? ??? died Dec ???, s/s Helen
Bengit, Felix, 1843 1916, father, (Matching attached stones--Other stone is face down)
Bennett, Nellie, 1883 19??
Bernat, Zsigmond, born mar 15 1882?-died jul 2 1919? (badly weathered and in Hungarian) (crypt)
Bernat, Zsigmond, born march 16 1802? (death date buried ) (in Hungarian) Egy nu fer?-ES seeretett gors? A?a?
Black, Stella B., 1887 1973
Black, William T., 1886 1944
Blunn, Margaret Ann, 1849 1922, mother
Bost, Lena Vondera, 1861 1929, mother (Four headstones; two say mother, two say father, probably the Vondera or Bost family. One headstone has the initials C. H.)
Breen, George M., 1836 1911, father, s/s Katherine E.
Breen, Katherine E., 1839 1930, mother, s/s George M.
Brown, Mary Ann, 1873 1941, s/s Nathan E.
Brown, Nathan E., 1869 1948, s/s Mary Ann
Burdette, Margaret A., 1903 1978?, s/s Merrill S.
Burdette, Merrill S., 1901 1988, s/s Margaret A.
Burkett, Louisa, died march 6 1889?, aged 17 years, child of James and Harriet Burkett
Carney, Florence J., 1879 1936, mother, s/s William F.
Carney, William F., 1874 1954, father, s/s Florence J.
Carrick, ?????, civil war veteran, grown into by a tree
Carrick, Sarah A., 1836 1922
COCHRAN, Anna, 1843 - 1923, Lot 336, (photo), (RC)
COCHRAN, Annie, Feb. 2. 1878 / Apr. 29, 1880, Lot 336, (photo), (RC)
COCHRAN, Hannah, Feb. 15, 1876 / Feb. 12, 1877, 1yr., Lot 336, (photo), (RC)
COCHRAN, James Sr., Mar. 12, 1819 / Dec. 26, 1907, 88yrs., Lot 336, (photo), (RC)
COCHRAN, James, Feb. 25, 1874 / Feb. 21, 1877, 3yrs., Lot 336, (photo), (RC)
COCHRAN, Robert, Jan. 9, 1872 / Feb. 1, 1877, 4yrs., Lot 336, (photo), (RC)
Coss, Ruben W., 1853 1932
Crawford family stone (no names or dates)
Crisis, William, ???? 19??
Crookham, Daniel B., born dec 19 1886 died dec 27 1940, enlisted feb 12 1918, discharged may 2 1918, PVT H G Co 320th INF
Davis, Robert T., 1900 1948, brother
Davis/Johnson obelisk “blessed are those that die in the lord”
Dittmar, Minna, 1875 1895
Dunn, Sarah M., 1854 1896, mother
Eichler ???, dec 26 ???-dec10 ????, Double stone
Eichler, Laura M., sept 20 ??-oct ???, Double stone
Emma F., ????-1909, his wife, (Double stone covered by overgrowth)
Es??, ?????s , born ????2, ????? (rest is indeciphrable) (next to another indeciphrable stone)
EVANS, Evan, 18-Oct-1842 / 30-June-1879, (unmarked), (see footnote).
Finch, Esther, wife of Charles Finch, died july 5 1918?, aged 28 years, ? months ? days
Findley obelisk (very weathered)
Franklin, Helen N., 1907 1998, wife, s/s Oliver W.
Franklin, Oliver W., 1893 1978, husband, s/s Helen N.
Gatehouse?, Annie, 1888 1891, (Gatehouse?, Whitehouse? -- triple stone)
Gatehouse?, Children of J. and R. A. Gatehouse?, (Gatehouse?, Whitehouse? -- triple stone)
Gatehouse?, Grace C., 1894 1894, (Gatehouse?, Whitehouse? -- triple stone)
Gatehouse?, Henry P., 1890 1890, (Gatehouse?, Whitehouse? -- triple stone)
Gebhart, Fred A., 1877 1944
Germe?oto, ?ertha Eliza, born Deithrech, wife of Nicholas Germ?oto (rest is unreadable), (Stone on its back--in German)
Gibson, Harriett L., 1846 1932, s/s Myles M.
Gibson, Myles M., 1842 1917, s/s Harriet L.
Granger, Sarah S.,1820 1901
Green Thomas F., 1853 1911, (Green/Morgan joint stone--grown into a tree--Eight graves--last name is partially embedded in tree)
Green, Elizabeth M., 1860 1907, (Green/Morgan joint stone--grown into a tree--Eight graves--last name is partially embedded in tree)
Green, M. Ethel, 1888 1911, (Green/Morgan joint stone--grown into a tree--Eight graves--last name is partially embedded in tree)
Griffith, C., (no dates)
Gross, Elmer D. "Bud", 12/27/1942 -- 4/23/10, s/s Helen T., "Love Lives On", (KP)
Gross, Helen T. (Wisniewski), 10/8/1943 - 4/17/2010, s/s Elmer D., "Love Lives On", (KP)
Gurt?, V., Civil War Veteran Marker (in overgrown area)
Guthrie, Ann, 1831 1894, s/s William
Guthrie, William, 1817 1910, s/s Ann
Hafner, Brian, jan 13 1970 apr 30 1993
Hal????, John, died march 6 1882, aged 66 years 6 months
Hammet, ?????, died oct 13 1862? Aged 72 years, wife of John Hamnet, native of Chester, England (stone on its back)
Hammett, Agnes, aged 40 years, wife of John Hammett, (Hammett family stone), (link to story)
Hammett, Ella? Aged 4 years, daughter of John and Agnes Hammett, murdered on the night of April 29 1874.”in such an hour as ye think not, because love ? shall live on, (Hammett family stone), (link to story)
Hammett, Ida, aged 9 years, (Hammett family stone), (link to story)
Hammett, John, aged 43 years, (Hammett family stone), (link to story)
Hammett, Mary? Meli???, wife of J. Hammett, (stone lying on its back)
Hargrave, Paul, 1880 1917
Hargrave, Sarah, 1855 1918. mother
Hartman, Ernest J., 1882 1925, (Lange double stone)
Hays, Earl D., 1897 1918, our son, stone broken off of base, on its back
Hays, Gertrude M. Jahn, 1879 1957, wife of louis O. Hays Jr.,
Hays, James A., 1873 (looks like 1888), husband
Hays, Louis O. Jr., 1877 1966, husband of Gertrude M. Jahn
Hays, louis O. Sr., 1853 1937
Hays, Mary Vann, 1855 1938, wife of Louis O. Hays, Sr.,
Hays, Mary, 1823 1874
Healey, H. T., 1847 1905
Heckard, Caroline, 1827 1914, mother
Hughes, Resse, died dec 26 1896, in his 20th year, only son of W and E Hughes, (Hughes family obelisk)
Hughes, William, died mar 6 ???? in his 81st year, (Hughes family obelisk)
Hunter, Abraham?, 1812 1908, father, s/s Margaret G.; Mary E.
Hunter, David L., aug 25 1947, s/s Virginia S.
Hunter, Elizabeth J., mary 28 1909 mar 1 1995
Hunter, Emma E., born nov 8 1885 died nov 23 1937
Hunter, George A., born feb 2 1880 may 11 1970
Hunter, Jennie L., 1874 1931, mother, s/s William H.
Hunter, K. Fay, born june 13 1887 died mar 27 1971
Hunter, Margaret G., 1815 1877, mother, s/s Abraham?; Mary E.
Hunter, Mary E., 1858 1864, sister, s/s Abraham?; Margaret G.
Hunter, Mary M., dec 29 1918. infant
Hunter, Virginia S., feb 17 1945 oct 19 2001, s/s David L.
Hunter, William H., 1873 1922, father, s/s Jennie L.
Hunter, William V., jan 22 1907 dec 17 1986
Hutchinson, David W., May 12 1913, Civil War Vet, (see footnote)
Hutchinson, Mayme, 1868 1945
James, David M., ??? 188-????, (Fallen weathered obelisk)
Jeffrey family stone
Jeffrey, John Richard, april 30 1940 aug 18 1999, SGT US Army, 82nd airborne division
Jenigen, Regina, (sitting upright at a precarious angle), in german, born 1825 died 1861, wife of Michael Jenigen
Johnson, Matthew E.R., april 4 1898-may 24 1970
Jones, Edward W., 1868 1936, husband, s/s Winnie
Jones, Winnie, 1874 1953, wife, s/s Edward W.
Jury family obelisk no names or dates
Kean, James R., 1871 1917
Kean, Mary Wishart, 1877 1918, “thy will be done”
Kemerer, Samuel B., born june 3 1860 died jul 25 1918
Kennedy, James, born 14 June 1828-died 24 March 1894, husband
, (SEE FOOTNOTES), (SK)
Kennedy, Catherine Law, 1842 - 1907, w/o James Kennedy, d/o Alexander Law, (SEE FOOTNOTES), (SK)
Kern, Edward A., sept 16 1905 apr 23 1904, s/s Elizabeth M.
Kern, Elizabeth M., jul 3 1909 mar 24 1986, s/s Edward A.
King, Grace West (no dates)
King, Grace West, 1894 1923, (West family stone (six graves) stone is broken and on its back)
Kuhn, Emma, 1867 1896, mother, s/s Jacob
Kuhn, Jacob, 1852 1904, father, s/s Emma
Lange, August, 1844 1920, father, (Lange double stone)
Lange, Joseph, 1875 1883, brother
Lange, Katherine, 1845 1915, mother, (Lange double stone)
Laughlin, Elizabeth Carney, March 10, 1810 Armstrong Co., Pa. / Aug 19, 1898, burial Aug 21, 1898, w/o Reynolds, (LLB)
Law, Alexander, born 15 May 1800 died 2 December 1866, (SEE FOOTNOTES), (SK)
Law, Nancy, born 1790 died ? 12, 1865, 2nd wife of Alexander, (SEE FOOTNOTES), (SK)
Law, Rebecca (Ferrell), born ? April 1800, first wife of Alexander
, (SEE FOOTNOTES), (no marker), (SK)
Layton, Alma, 1880 1913, mother, s/s Bert
Layton, Bert, 1880 ????, father, s/s Alma
Leeming, Annie B., 1874 1939, mother
Leeming, Joseph, 1880 1933, father
Leuschner, Edward F., 1827 1902, s/s Pauline
Leuschner, Pauline, 1842 1915, s/s Edward F.
Leuschner, Richard, 1863 1914
Lewis, Edward, 1842 1921, s/s Maria
Lewis, Maria, 1845 1940, his wife, s/s Edward
Lewis, Robert B., may 28 1866-apr 15 1944
Leyellan, Benjamin, died nov 3 1865, in the 10th year of his age
Long, Harriet M., 1912 1913
Long, Mary, 1836 1906, mother
Long, William, 1837 1907, father
Lovasz, Marska, born 1910 died april 10 1920 (in Hungarian) (crypt)
Luek, Amelia M., dec 14 1878 dec 11 1957, mother, s/s Hugo R.J.
Luek, Hugo R. J., sept 13 1876 jul 7 1937, father, s/s Amelia M.
LYNCH, Thomas H., Died Aug. 4, 1905, Age 71 Ys., Musician Co. H. 62 Reg 2nd, Brig, 1 Div., 5 Core Disch. ‘64, (TC)
Mansel, J. (no dates)
Marks, Hannah J., april 1832?-sept ? 18?0, s/s William J.
Marks, William J., may 4? 1834?-jul 1885?, s/s Hannah J.
Mason, ?????, wife of Robert? Clugston?, 1888? 1956, mother
Mason?, ????, (matching broken stone, half buried), Albert
Mason?, Margaret?, 1851 1907 (broken stone, badly weathered)
Matthews, Albert James, 1897 1971, father, s/s Elizabeth
Matthews, Elizabeth, 1897 ????, mother, s/s Albert James
Mayfield, Gary, aug 27 1953 june 7 19?? PVT US Army
McGirlich, ?????, wife of Edward, McGirlich, died mar 1 1848?
McMinn, ?wid A., 1885? 1950, s/s Charles M.
McMinn, Charles M.?, 1889 1936, s/s ?wid A.
Miller, Oswald W., july 13 1871-april 5 1880, son of Abg. and M. F. Miller
Miller, W. M., (sits next to Oswald Miller, clearly a family member)
Milward, Charles, 1858 1889, father
Milward, James, (Stone is buried)
Moffitt, Sarah A., 1895 1895
Molitoris, John, 1892 1934, father, “he died as he lived, a Christian”
Monnit? Jessica A., oct 29 dec 22 198?
Montgomery, John, 1842 1913
Montgomery, Rosanna, (triple stone--no dates)
Montgomery, Rosanna, 1857 1918
Montgomery, Ruth, 18?8 ????
Montgomery, Samuel, (triple stone--no dates)
Montgomery, William, (triple stone--no dates)
More, James W., sept 21 1909, Co C., 87 PA Vol Inf.
Morgan, Joseph E., 1872 1913, (Green/Morgan joint stone--grown into a tree--Eight graves--last name is partially embedded in tree)
Morgan, Margaretta G., ???? 1897, (Green/Morgan joint stone--grown into a tree--Eight graves--last name is partially embedded in tree)
Morgan, Mary W., 1841 1888, (Green/Morgan joint stone--grown into a tree--Eight graves--last name is partially embedded in tree)
Morgan, Thomas, 1836 1902, (Green/Morgan joint stone--grown into a tree--Eight graves--last name is partially embedded in tree)
Muir, Nellie S., jan 16 1897-jul 21 1989
Munhall, Lena J., 1858 1931
Munhall, William A., 1865 1924
Myford, George F., 1891 1962, father
Myford, Sarah N., 1866 1924 (badly weathered)
Noey, Ellen, 1857 1918
Noey, John, 1850 1916
Noey, Samuel A., 1884 1916
Noey, Thomas E., 1889 1923
O’Hanlon, Annie B., 1872 1949, mother, s/s Joseph H.
O’Hanlon, Joseph H., 1867 1955, father, s/s Annie B.
Oliver, Albert, died oct 19 1882 , aged 16 years, (stone lieing on its back) son of ? and M. A. Oliver, Unreadable Oliver headstone on its back is next to Albert’s.
Parker, Emma, 1885 1893, s/s Sarah Ann
Parker, Sarah Ann, 1849 1888, mother, s/s Emma
Peterman, Shelby I., feb 9 1957 april ?????, daughter sister mother
Peters, John H., 1881 1956, s/s Margaret B.
Peters, John W., 1912 1936
Peters, Margaret B., 1886 1938, s/s John H.
Pike, John Samuel, born may 16 1885 died jul 18 1885, infant son of William H and Mary A. Pike
Pike, Mary Ann, died ? 1888, wife of William H. Pike
Porter, Elizabeth, 1846 1925
Porter, William, 1839 1904
Potts, Margaret L., sept 10 1895 in the 32 nd year of her age, (Tuttle obelisk)
Reese, Elizabeth, 1861 1937, mother, s/s William
Reese, Jesse, 1885 1936?, son
Reese, William, ???? 1908, father, s/s Elizabeth
Reinenan, ???? (clearly Mary’s husband)
Reinenan, Frederick, ( bottom half of stone is buried)
Reinenan, Mary, died ? 1, 1887 in her 69th? Year
Reinenan?, Stewart, (rest is unreadable)
Resisterberch, Christian, 1801 1878, (Vondera Family Marker)
Richards, family stone
Richards, Thomas, 1887, s/s William
Richards, William, 1884 1886, s/s Thomas
Richert, George M., 1908 1968, husband, s/s Mary Alice
Richert, Mary Alice, 1903 1983, wife, s/s George M.
Robson, Julia, oct 30 1871-mar 11 1894, wife of Thomas Robson, Obelisk
Robson, Thomas, 1868 1950, Obelisk
Rock, Caitlyn Marie, jul 29 1999 jul 1 2000, (triple stone) “sadly missed, forever in our hearts” murdered by a deliberately set fire, editorial note, R. Cummings
Rock, Diane Marie (Freund), nov 17 1960 jul 1 2000, (triple stone) “sadly missed, forever in our hearts” murdered by a deliberately set fire, editorial note, R. Cummings
Rock, James Bradley, jul 20 1972 jul 1 2000, (triple stone) “sadly missed, forever in our hearts” murdered by a deliberately set fire, editorial note, R. Cummings
Rowe, Edwin, Jr., dates buried
Santiago, Devin, oct 9 1999 feb 5 2000
Schofield, Isaac, 1870 1948, father, s/s Mary T.
Schofield, Mary T., 1873 1939, mother, s/s Isaac
Schultz, Maria S., (in german and half buried), born 1800- ??????
Schulz, Amanda, 1900 1916
Schulz, Amelia Seewald, 1835 1903, s/s Carl; Frederick
Schulz, Carl, 1827 1900, s/s Amelia Seewald; Frederick
Schulz, Frederick, 1868 1885?, s/s Carl; Amelia Seewald
Schulz, Johan ?????, born March 20 18?4 died 27 february 1854?
Schulz, Selma, 1904 1918, stone on its back
Schwartz, G?na? M., 1914?? (badly weathered)
Sharp, Anna, indecipherable and partially buried, (matching stones on their backs)
Sharp, Elizabeth, jul? 3 1831 died jun 25 1871, daughter of Thomas and Ann Sharp, (matching stones on their backs)
Sharp, Thomas, born feb 14 1809 died February 1 188? Aged 72 years. ? months ? days, (matching stones on their backs)
Sharrow, Wilda Myford, born dec 5 1896 (death date buried)
Simko, Esther M., aug 12 1914 jan 26 2003, s/s John A.
Simko, John A., june 25 1913 aug 26 2005, s/s Esther M.
Skelton, Harriett, 1867 191? (partially buried)
Skelton, Thomas, jul 9 1892 aug 25 1923
Skelton, William, 1855 1926
Smith, Annie E., 1880 1903, mother
Smith, Grace A., 1903 1903
Smith, Jacob E., March ? 1922, Co. A 21 PA Cav.
Smith, Sarah, died Jun 4 1864, aged 23 years? 10 mon, ? days, wife of Jacob Smith
Stahlhut, Henry J. Sr., 1849 1920, (Lange double stone)
Stephenson, Dale, 1917 1991, s/s Helen
Stephenson, Helen, 1917 1996, s/s Dale
Stevens, David, 1841 1927, father
Stevens, Honor, oct 10 1876 may 9 1970
Stevens, Matilda, 1846 1928, mother
Th????, Charles, born ???1825-died ????28
Thomas, David, 18?5 1925, brother
Thomas, Hannah, 1861 1931, mother
Thomas, James B., 1882 1900, brother
Thomas, Robert, 1855 1933, father
Torerder, Alex, (no dates), s/s Susanna
Torerder, Susanna, (no dates), s/s Alex
Trout, Nettie, born feb 24 1849-died nov 6 1905, (stone on its back), (Lange double stone)
Tuttle, Margaret?, Sister
Tuttle, Mary Ann, august 1846, in the 23rd year of her life, (Tuttle obelisk)
Tuttle, Mary Ann, sister
Van, Margaret, died feb 12 1903 in her 73 year, our mother, “not dead but sleeping”
Van, Nathan, died dec 29 1893? In his 75th year. Veteran of the Civil War, Co. I. 93 Reg. Vol. “Gone but not forgotten”
Vann, Susie May H?ealey, 1884 1934
Volocik, John, 1885 1919, husband
Vondera, Christina, 1834 1887, his wife, (Vondera Family Marker)
Vondera, Heinrich, 1823 1897, (Vondera Family Marker)
Vondera?, ??n?stina, 1809 1893, (Vondera Family Marker)
Wain, Catherine E., may 23 1904 feb 20 2006, s/s Joseph E.; Ella M.; John
Wain, Ella M., dec 26 1883 jan 14 1966, s/s Joseph E.; Catherine E.; John
Wain, John, dec 15 1876 oct 10 1964, s/s Joseph E.; Catherine E.; Ella M.
Wain, Joseph E., feb 19 1901 jun 24 1981, s/s Catherine E.; Ella M.; John
Wat???eys, William, Died march 3, 1885, aged 68 years, Native of Wales
Watkins, George A., 1917 1964, brother
Watkins, Nettie C., 1890 1950, mother
Wehrer, Beatrice M., aug 15 1923, s/s Warren E.
Wehrer, Betty Ann, 1947 2004, s/s Wayne G.
Wehrer, Warren E., dec 3 1922 oct 26 1982, s/s Beatrice M.
Wehrer, Wayne G., 1946, s/s Betty Ann
Wesling, Florian A., 1872 1945, s/s William A.
Wesling, Franzetta,1884 1941, mother
Wesling, William A., 1904 1963, s/s Florian A.
Weslng, Delores E., 1916 1925, daughter
West, Charles B., died march 6 1874, aged ? years 9 days, (Tuttle obelisk)
West, Elizabeth A., 1867 1938, (West family stone (six graves) stone is broken and on its back)
West, Florence?, died jul 15 1889, age 1 month 8 days?, daughter of Alex and Harriet West, (Tuttle obelisk)
West, Herbert Auston, died nov ? 1884, age 1 month 6 days, son of Alex and Harriet West, (Tuttle obelisk)
West, Ida Blanch, daughter eliz, Jane West, died aug ???? in the 5th year of her age, (Tuttle obelisk)
West, Joseph Sr., died March 17 1841, aged 84 years, (Tuttle obelisk)
West, Joseph, father, unreadable
West, Joseph, died jul 5 1872, in the 78th year of his age, (Tuttle obelisk)
West, Lewis A., 1932 1913, (West family stone (six graves) stone is broken and on its back)
West, Lewis S., 1893 1893, (West family stone (six graves) stone is broken and on its back)
West, Mary J., 1839 1906, (West family stone (six graves) stone is broken and on its back)
West, Noble Ray?, died jul 13 1877 aged 3 months 22 days, son of Ed Ward? And Maria A. West. , (Tuttle obelisk)
West, Sarah Ann, mother, unreadable
West, Sarah Ann, died Aug 20, 1865, in the 72nd year of her age, wife of Joseph West Jr., (Tuttle obelisk)
West, Ulysses G., 1871 1944, (West family stone (six graves) stone is broken and on its back)
Whitaker, ?????, wife of ?ron Whitaker, died oct 25 1854 aged 81 or 91 years.
Whitaker, infant son of J and N Whitaker, died 1847
Whitaker, J ???? died March ????
Whitaker, Nancy, died ? 22, 1888, in her 87? Year
Whitehouse, Alice, 1885 1901, mother
Whitehouse, James, 1864 1923, father
Williams, Albert, 1915 1993, s/s Clarence; Mary
Williams, Clarence, 1943, s/s Mary; Albert
Williams, Elizabeth, born jan 30 1816-died dec 25 1892, aged 76 years, 5 months, 26 days, wife of John Williams, Obelisk
Williams, Kitty L., 1944 2000, s/s Regis R.; Silky
Williams, Mary, 1906 1995, s/s Clarence; Albert
Williams, Regis R., 1942 2002, s/s Kitty L.; Silky
Williams, Silky, 1984 1999, s/s Kitty L.; Regis R.
Wilson, John W., 1863 1939, s/s Sarah A.
Wilson, John W., 1863 1939, s/s Sarah A.
Wilson, Sarah A., 1865 1918, s/s John W.
Wilson, Sarah A., 1965 1918, s/s John W.
Wilson?, “Sadie”, (in front of this broken stone is another broken stone which says William Wilson, and indecipherable Civil War information. Presumably Sadie’s last name was also Wilson.)
Woozely, Mary E., born oct 30 18?6, died mar 6 1894, daughter of J and E Woozley
Woozi? (probably Woozier), William, 1844 1910, (Double stone covered by overgrowth)
Woozley, Elizabeth, died 1876? Aged????, wife of John Woozley (next to an indeciphrable stone probably that of John Woozley)
Woozley, Eroxalena?, born jan 15 1840 died dec 10 1904, wife of John woozley
Woozley, Harvey, 1871 1875, s/s Jesse A.
Woozley, Jesse A., 1884 1885, s/s Harvey
Woozley, Thomas, 1800 1850
Wright, Anna L., oct .31 1896 apr 5 1970
Zeigler, Milton, ??? brother (in german)
Zeigler?, E., daughter of A. K. Zeigler?
?????, ?????, Broken stone in front of Guthrie stone in German
?????, ?????, Child marker in Hungarian, too weathered to read
?????, ?????, died Feb 1872, aged 25 years??? ( a lot of indeciphrable script)
?????, ?????, died jul 31 1817, in the 82 year of her age
?????, ?????, died nov 3 ????, aged 20 years (stone on its back)
?????, Father, Co. E. 77 Reg. PA VOL. Reg.
?????, Frida F., 1896 1903, (Double stone “children of ??? and Anna ????”)
?????, Levi, s/s Margaret
?????, Margaret, died dec ? 1843?, s/s Levi
?????, Mother
?????, Otto, Albert, 1883? 1887?, (Double stone “children of ??? and Anna ????”)
????ard, J. L. ??, Civil War Marker
????en???, ?????, Our (Billie??), 1899 1900
??agison, Margaret, 1851? 1907
??ex????nber, ????, born ???? 1860 or 1866 died dec? 2, 1866?


Footnote: from the website: http://www.ithaca.edu/staff/jhenderson/pa62d/b.html
Information about burials in Anne Ashley cemetery, Munhall, Pa. is courtesy of researchers John and Linda Asmonga.
62d Pennsylvania Volunteers, Company B: McKee Rifle Cadets (Allegheny County)

Evan Evans
Absent, in hospital, at muster-out. Civil War Veterans' Card File, 1861-1866: Age at Enrollment: 19; Occupation: Miner; Residence: Birmingham, Pa.; Hair: Light; Eyes: Brown; Complexion: Light; Height: 5'8 1/2" Brother of Reese W. Evans. Born in Wales on 18 October 1842 . Never married. Died on 30 June 1879. Buried in unmarked grave, Anne Ashley cemetery, Munhall, Pa.
=======
David W. Hutchison
Mustered out with company, 13 July 1864. Civil War Veterans' Card File, 1861-1866: Age at Enrollment: 20; Occupation: Blacksmith; Residence: Birmingham, Pa.; Hair: Black; Eyes: Grey; Complexion: Dark; Height: 5'9"; Remarks: Rolls show name as Hutchinson and Hutcheson. Died 12 May 1913. Buried in Anne Ashley cemetery, Munhall, Pa.



Footnote
: from the website: USGenWeb, (Allegheny County PA Archives History),
by permission. 
File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Sylvia Kelley mickybole@a-nospam-ol.com December 1, 2009, 5:01 pm
Tombstone inscriptions from the Anne Ashley UM Cemetery, Munhall, Allegheny, PA:

Alexander Law born 15 May 1800 died 2 December 1866
On one side of Alexander's stone is his first wife Rebecca (Ferrell) Law born ? April 1800, death date not readable
(This stone apparently no longer exists)
On the other side of Alexander is his second wife, Nancy Law, born 1790 and died 12 Sep. 1865.
James Kennedy, born 14 June 1828 and died 24 March 1894
Catherine Law Kennedy w/o James Kennedy born 1832 or 1842, died ? ? 1907.
Additional Comments:
The above information was copied by me Sylvia Kelley, in the mid 1980's and agrees with family Bible and census records. In a recent recording of the Anne Ashley U M Cemetery the stones were so deteriorated that much of the above information was unreadable or missing.
Location of stones: Coming down the hill from the Homestead Cemetery and crossing over into the Anne Ashley Cemetery,  the above stones would be to your right facing down hill.
Catherine Law Kennedy is a daughter of Alexander Law.
Alexander Law's information is incorrectly copied in a book of Franklin Cemetery,(Anne Ashley) which I found about 30 years in the PA Room at, I believe, the Carnegie Library. -- (SK)


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Contributors:
(KP) = Kelly Powell, powellkc@up-nospam-mc.edu
(LLB) = Lona Laughlin Boudreaux, lona71203@com-nospam-cast.net
(RC) = Rod Carnahan, rodcarnahan_toys@people-nospam-pc.com
(SK) = Sylvia Kelley mickybole@a-nospam-ol.com
(TC) = Tim Car, jtcarr@pi-nospam-tt.edu



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