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 O'Hara Township, Allegheny County, PA

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Tombstone Inscriptions
(and some obituaries--bottom of page)
Oakdale Cemetery
Union Avenue, Oakdale, PA
(Allegheny County)

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PLEASE NOTE

Some duplicates may be found where Military markers have been placed in addition to the family markers


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Unless otherwise noted, Recorded/Contributed by Victoria Hospodar Valentine
(Please send all (Photo) requests to Victoria Hospodar Valentine, vvalentine4@com-nospam-cast.net)
(Listings marked "(photo2)", compliments of Charles & Mary Burrow, can be downloaded when viewed)

Posted: January 27, 2002
Updated: June 1, 2013

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In addition to the listings below, there is a large, 4-sided monument approvimately 10 feet tall which states:

Erected by the Aetna Chemical Company, in memory of those employees who lost their lives in the explosion at the
Oakdale plant, May 18 (date difficult to read), 1918. Their lives were devoted to the manufacture of materials
necessary to the United States in the Prosecution of the war against Germany. Like soldiers they died in their
country's service. The identified repose in this place.
-----
Some killed in the chemical plant explosion:
BASTIANI, E. R. Gian, BELL, G. W., BELL, J. N., BEVER, H. M., BOHN, Earl V., BOLTON, John, BURDICK, L. D., CASSISY,
Frank J., CLOTHER, W., DAVIS, John A., DAVIDSON, John, DAYTON, J. A., DILBECK, Fred, , DIEHL, S. M., EARLY, Charles A;
FARRELL, John; FERNALD, George; FOSSEY, Henry; GRAHAM, John; GILBERT, Robert; GASS, John; HOLMQIST; JERICO, Louis; KENNEDY,
John J.; LUCAS, Joe; MILLER, George F.; MONROE, W. W.; MCMANUS, Patrick; ROBERTS, John C.; REMARK, John; SIGENDALL, W. S.;
SOUSER, W. E.; SMITH, George; SMITH, Matthew; TERRY, Vivian E; WILHELM, James; WELDON, J. M.; YORIO, Joseph;
ZIMMERMAN, George

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Surname, First Name, Birthdate, Deathdate, Other (Photos Available)
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ABEL, Elmer Maurice, Dec. 11, 1896-Sept. 29, 1986, Pvt. US Army, World War I, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ABNER, Dolores PARTIN, Jan. 15, 1945, no date, (Photo)
ADAMS, Albert A., Dec. 22, 1890-Jan. 9, 1955, PFC Co A, 16th MG BN, E Enl. May 9, 1918, Disc. July 17, 1919, (Photo)
ADAMS, Albert Jr., 1908-1954, Son, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMS, Alice M., Mar. 26, 1849-Apr. 17, 1929, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMS, Alice W., 1910-1912, same stone as Lottie D., Inf. Dau. of Lottie D. Adams, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMS, Clarence Albert, 1880-1935, Husband, Gone, but not forgotten, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMS, Dora H. J., 1881-19__, Mother, date not completed, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMS, Dora O. R., Oct. 15, 1914-June 13, 1939, Daughter, At Rest, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMS, Glenn, Aug. 1, 1869-Nov. 28, 1935, Father, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMS, Helen C. KEISLING, 1901-1979, Wife of Albert A. ADAMS, (Photo)
ADAMS, Henry, Dec. 19, 1841-Feb. 26, 1898, post marked By G. A. R., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMS, Jennie, 1874-1903, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMS, John W., 1877-1968, Father, same stone as Kathryn and Robert, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMS, John W., Born Jan. 3, 1877-Died Oct. 12, 1968, Cpl. Co. D. 2nd W. Va. Vol., Enl. June 24, 1898, Disc. Apr. 10, 1899, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMS, Kathryn L., 1881-1958, Mother, same stone as John and Robert, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMS, Lottie D., Dec. 1, 1884-Oct. 16, 1957, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMS, Robert, d: Feb. 16, 1922, s/o Mr./Mrs. William Adams, (obit below)
ADAMS, Robert W., 1919-1922, Son, same stone as John and Kathryn, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
ADAMSON, Alexander, 1860-1942, same stone as Caroline, (Photo)
ADAMSON, Caroline, 1861-1947, same stone as Alexander, (Photo)
ADAMSON, Raymond B., 1898-1914, (Photo)
AEPPLI, Cecelia E. MCKAY, Oct.22,1921-Mar.3,1999, Devoted Wife and Mother, Loving sister, Forever in our Hearts, John 3:16, (photo2), (C&MB)
ALLEN, Gertrude M., "Trudy", Mar. 4, 1919-Sept. 4, 1992, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ALLINDER, Archie Ross, Aug. 28, 1894-Feb. 22, 1987, US Army World War I, (Photo)
ALLINDER, Hilma J., 1898-1949, (photo2), (C&MB)
ALLINDER, James P., May 27, 1920-June 24, 1986, TEC 4 US Army, World War II, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ALLINDER, Mary Adalaide, 1921-1923, (photo2), (C&MB)
ALLINDER, Mary R., Jan. 4, 1931-Nov. 23, 1994, (Photo)
ALLINDER, Raymond D., Sept. 18, 1924-May 12, 1992, S SGT US Army, World War II, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ALLINDER, Samuel Warren, 1893-1978, US Army World War I, (photo2), (C&MB)
ALLINDER, Thomas Jefferson, 1942-1943, (photo2), (C&MB)
AMEND, Marjorie E., 1920-1999, Loving sister, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
APITSCH, John G., Apr 9, 1927 / Aug 27, 2003, US ARMY WWII, (photo2), (C&MB)
APITSCH, Joseph G., 1928-1929, (photo2), (C&MB)
APITSCH, Joseph G., 1903-1961, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
APITSCH, Ruth M., May 31, 1907-June 12, 2000, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
APITSCH, Ruth Starr, 1958-1958, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ARBUCKLE, Irwin P., d: Oct. 1, 1922, CO D 155 D B, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ARMOUR, Agnes nee CROOKS, 1888-1926, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
ARMOUS, Gladys Elizabeth, Aug. 13, 1921 / Oct. 2, 2005, (photo2), (C&MB)
ARMSTRONG, Leanna May, 1866-1906, (photo2), (C&MB)
ATKINS, Elsie M., 1903-1990, same stone as Walter E., (Photo)
ATKINS, Walter E., 1904-1987, same stone as Elsie M., (Photo)
AUSTIN, Emma M., 1906-1987, s/s June Earl, (photo2), (C&MB)
AUSTIN, June Earl, 1901-March 13, 2009, s/s Emma, Masonic Square and Compass at top, (obit), (photo2), (C&MB)
AYRES, Dorothy, 1929-1989, Same stone as Fred Sr. and Fred Jr., (photo2), (C&MB)
AYRES, Fred Jr., 1926-2001, Same stone as Fred Sr. and Dorothy, (photo2), (C&MB)
AYRES, Fred Sr., 1873-1948, Same stone as Fred Jr. and Dorothy, (photo2), (C&MB)
BAKER, Charles C., 1896-19__ no date, same stone as Lillian M., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BAKER, Lillian M., 1912-1980, same stone as Charles C., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BALLO, Joseph, Feb. 14, 1921-Aug. 24, 1980, Beloved Husband and Father, s/s Lovona, We have only placed our loved ones in the loving Father's care SGT US Army, WW II, (photo2), (C&MB)
BALLO, Lovona, no dates, Beloved Wife and Mother, Same stone as Joseph BALLO
BARBER, Mary P., 1885-1955, same stone as John & Elizabeth PERKINS, (Photo)
BARKO, Pauline, 1887-1964, (Photo)
BARKO, William, 1887-1940, (Photo)
BARNES, Ruben D., 1897-1940, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BARTUS, Betty J., 1920-1997, Mother, same stone as William C., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BARTUS, William C., 1917-no date, Father, same stone as Betty J., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BATEMAN, Elizabeth, 1885-1976, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BATEMAN, George H., 1878-1938, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BATES, Judith Ann, Sept. 2, 1952-Apr. 9-1989, Beloved & Devoted Mother & Wife, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BATES, Michael, died July 13, 1934, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BATES, Stephen, 1904-1977, same stone as Wilma, "Until we meet again, May God Hold You In The Palm Of His Hand", (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BATES, Wilma Marie, 1915-1982, same stone as Stephen, "Until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of his hand.", (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEATTY, Samuel S., 1843-1900, (Photo)
BEAUMONT, Al S., Dec. 8, 1876-March 5, 1963, (Photo)
BEAUMONT, Anna M., 1894-1952, same stone as Harry N., (Photo)
BEAUMONT, Anna Mae, 1919-1925, (Photo)
BEAUMONT, Eileen, 1921-1923, (Photo)
BEAUMONT?, Ella J., 1846-1920, no last name on stone, near BEAUMONTs, (Photo)
BEAUMONT, Frank T., 1873-1962, (photo2), (C&MB)
BEAUMONT, Harry N., 1890-1969, same stone as Anna M., (Photo)
BEAUMONT, Jas. CO K, 1ST PA ????, (photo2), (C&MB)
BEAUMONT?, Jim, Jan 22, 1882-Oct. 11, 1914, (Photo)
BEAUMONT, Leonard, 1917-1941, (Photo)
BEAUMONT, Margaret Grace, 1910-1988, (photo2), (C&MB)
BEAUMONT, no names, (Photo)
BEAUMONT, Sophia C., 1873-1949, (photo2), (C&MB)
BECK, Olive M(ay)., April 13, 1870-July 2, 1947, same stone as Samuel A., (Photo), (Obit below)
BECK, Samuel A., 1854-1933, same stone as Olive M., (Photo)
BEE, Alice M., 1883-1969, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEE, James D., 1881-1940, Father, (Photo) (photo2), (C&MB)
BEE, Robert A., 1915-1975, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEE, Wilma I., 1912-1981, Daughter, (Photo) (photo2), (C&MB)
BEGGS, D. C., 1876-1926, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEGGS, Katherine KOHL, 1880-1941, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEGGS, Minnie M., 1872-1947, (Photo)
, (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEITEL, Nancy Irene, 1887-1948, same stone as William E., (Photo)
BEITEL, William E., 1878-no date, same stone as Nancy Irene, (Photo)
BENNINGER, Matilda J., Aug. 8, 1851-Dec. 6, 1925, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BENTREM, no names, (Photo)
BENTREM, Charles A., 1872-1940, same stone as Fannie, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BENTREM, Fannie R., 1880-1965, same stone as Charles, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BENTREM, George Alexander, Mar. 12, 1916-May 29, 2002, US Navy WW II, same stone as Winifred ROSEBERRY, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BENTREM, George E., 1915-1943, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BENTREM, James Otto, d: Nov. 8, 1921, (obit)
BENTREM, Rose C., May 16, 1906 - Dec. 25, 2002, (photo2), (C&MB)
BENTREM, William M., April 24, 1862-March 14, 1933, (Photo)
BENTREM, Winifred ROSEBERRY, Aug. 29, 1911-Aug. 27, 2002, same stone as George, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BERG, Catharine, 1851-1915, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BERG, Clara A., Bertha A., Alfred P., (no dates), (photo2), (C&MB)
BERG, Edward J., 1885-1918, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BERG, family stone, no names, (Photo)
BERG, Jacob P., 1872-1911, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BERG, Jacob, 1848-1888, Father, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BERG, Robert K., (no dates), (photo2), (C&MB)
BERGER, Debra Lee, Nov. 15, 1954 / Apr. 17, 2004, (photo2), (photo3), (C&MB)
BERGER, Joseph J., Nov. 1, 1910-May 11, 2000, US Army, World War II, (Photo), (photo2) (photo3), (C&MB)
BERNHART, Elsie, 1917-1993, Same stone as Percy, (photo2), (C&MB)
BERNHART, John, May 15, 1869-Mar. 9, 1952, same stone as Mary, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BERNHART, Mary, Dec. 28, 1882-Feb. 3, 1962, same stone as John, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BERNHART, Percy, 1910-1976, metal military marker, Same stone as Elsie
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BERTHOLD, Catherine M., 1914, Daughter, (Photo)
BERTHOLD, Charles E. Jr., 1931 - 1990, s/s John C., (photo2), (C&MB)
BERTHOLD, Charles E. Sr., 1910-1973, WW II, same stone as Margaret A., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BERTHOLD, Elizabeth A., 1906-1996, Daughter, (Photo)
BERTHOLD, Elizabeth LUTZ, 1873-1942, Wife of Nick BERTHOLD, (Photo)
BERTHOLD, Eva M., 1839-1904, Mother, (Photo)
BERTHOLD, John C., 1869-1941, Brother, (Photo)
BERTHOLD, John C., Oct. 21, 1895-June 2, 1955, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BERTHOLD, John C., Oct. 30, 1956 / Jan. 5, 1990, s/s Charles E. Jr., (obit)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BERTHOLD, Margaret A., 1913-1981, same stone as Charles E., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BERTHOLD, Nick, 1869-1944, (Photo)
BERTOLINO, Steve E., no dates, Father, (Photo)
BERTOLINO, Virginia L., July 23, 1930-Nov. 15, 1985, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEYERBACH, Agnes 1866-1946, (Photo), (photo2), (photo3), (C&MB)
BEYERBACH, Henry L. Jr., Dec. 18, 1921-Jan. 21, 1987, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEYERBACH, Henry, 1868-1933, (Photo)
, (photo2), (photo3), (C&MB)
BEYERBACH, Henry, June 3, 1887 - Oct. 12, 1965, Fireman 1/C US Navy, Enl. April 22, 1918 Disc. April 21, 1922, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEYERBACH, James R., Dec. 1, 1935 / Mar. 24, 2006, USA, (photo2), (C&MB)
BEYERBACH, John G(eorge), 1902-1931, Lost his life on Well, Cole No. 1, Gladwatter, Texas, (Photo) (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEYERBACH, Joseph F., 1904-1936, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEYERBACH, Louise E., Oct. 7, 1929-Mar. 30, 2001, Loving Wife and Mom, Loving Grandmother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEYERBACH, Margaret, March 21, 1901-September 10, 1988, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEYERBACH, Russell, Jan. 31, 1926 / Feb. 16, 2004, (obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
BEYERBACH, William E., Dec. 28, 1933-Sept. 1, 1969, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BIACCO, Betty J., 1923-1989, same stone as William, Together Forever, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BIACCO, William, 1923-no date, same stone as Betty J., Together Forever, (Photo)
BICUSKY, Alex, 1873-1957, Father, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BICUSKY, Anna, 1875-1928, Mother, (Photo)
BIGLEY, Harvey H., 1897-1988, same stone as Nellie, (Photo)
BIGLEY, Mary Nell, Jan. 2, 1924-Jan. 17, 1936, (Photo)
BIGLEY, Nellie G., 1897-1972, same stone as Harve, (Photo)
BISHOP, Christopher T., Nov. 22, 1971-Aug. 26, 1995, Beloved Son and Brother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BLACK, Geo. W., Died Feb. 19, 1894, aged 36y, 10ms. 18 ds, At Rest, (Photo)
BLISS, Robert D., 1857-1924, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BLYSTONE, Selina, 1915-1997, metal funeral home marker (Thomas & Little), no stone, (Photo)
BOCK, Cora WATTERS, 1895-1977, same stone as Richard S., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOCK, Elmer, 1884-1915, same stone as Margaret S., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOCK, Emelia S., 1890-1981, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOCK, Emelia SOHN, 1859-1934, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOCK, Lawrence C., July 4, 1902-Feb. 18, 1903, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOCK, Louisa A., 1887-1965, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOCK, Margaret S., 1884-1973, same stone as Elmer, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOCK, Richard S., 1900-1984, same stone as Cora WATTERS, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOCK, Ruby A., 1894-1970, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOCK, William Henry, 1856-1937, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOOCKS, Fred, June 27, 1914-July 26, 1971, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOOCKS, Verna M., September 7, 1917-November 3, 1989, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOTSFORD, Clara J. DAVIS, 1910-2001, same stone as Wilson M., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOTSFORD, Wilson M., 1908-1988, same stone as Clara J. DAVIS, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOUCHON, Edith, 1917-1986, same stone as George, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOUCHON, George, 1913-1984, same stone as Edith,
(Obit below), (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOVARD, Cora Mae, 1880-1913, wife of S. E. BOVARD, second stone placed next to the George MCMURRAY/Cora Mae BOVARD monument and the Samuel BOVARD stone, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOVARD, Cora Mae, born Mar. 5, 1880-Died June 17, 1913, same monument as George MCMURRAY, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOVARD, large family stone, no names engraved, (Photo)
BOVARD, Margaret MCMURRAY, 1882-1962, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOVARD, Samuel E., 1871-1967, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOVARD, William Alfred, Aug. 22, 1877-Sept. 25, 1959, Pvt. Co. C. 14th PVI, Enl. May 10, 1898, Disc. Feb. 28, 1899, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOWER, Maria S., June __, 1856, Mar. 22, ____, same stone as Parks, stone very worn, (Photo)
BOWER, Parks A., Sept. __ ,18(5)3, A____ 28, 1903, same stone as Maria S., (Photo)
BOWSER, Etta, 1873-1961, same stone as Sandy, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BOWSER, Sandy, 1882-1970, same stone as Etta, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BOYNES, Carl H., 1909-1973, Same stone as Esther C.
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BOYNES, Esther C., 1911-1977, Same stone as Carl H., (photo2), (C&MB)
BOYNES, Mary A., April 22, 1899-19??, w/o Benjamin, (Obit below)
BRADLEY, Blanch, 1903-1988, same stone as Fred. R., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BRADLEY, Fred E., Oct. 8, 1925 / Sept. 10, 2010, s/s Julie A., (photo2), (C&MB)
BRADLEY, Fred R., 1900-1968, same stone as Blanche, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BRADLEY, Julie A., Dec. 12, 1921 / Apr. 3, 2010, s/s Fred E., (photo2), (C&MB)
BRADLEY, Robert A., 1930-1937, Son, (Photo)
BRASSART, Anna ARBUCKLE, 1900-1968, Wife, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BRENNEN, Robert W., 1938-1994, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BRETZIN, Elizabeth Jean, Jan.14-1940-xxxx, Rest in peace, piano keys
BRETZIN, Virginia PARTIN, Nov. 20, 1914-Nov.25,1996, Dedicated by her granddaughter, A face without a name for so long
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BRIGGS, Fannie C., 1872-1950, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BRIGGS, N. S., 1870-1934, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BRITTAN, Dorothy, Oct. 16, 1925-Dec. 12, 1993, same stone as Michael, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BRITTAN, Michael, April 14, 1920-Apr. 22, 1999, same stone as Dorothy, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BROCKMYER, John B., 1840-1915, same stone as Matilda, (Photo)
BROCKMYER, John J., Nov. 21, 1876-Feb. 3, 1966, Pvt. Co. C. 14th P. V. I. Enl. April 27, 1898, Disc. Feb. 28, 1899, (Photo)
(Obit below)
BROCKMYER, Matilda, 1850-1908, his wife, (Photo)
BROCKMYER, Sarah E., 1880-1963, (Photo)
(Obit below)
BROOME, family headstone, no names engraved, (Photo)
BROOME, Mona I., 1911-1959, same stone as Paul, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BROOME, Paul W., 1903-1958, same stone as Mona, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BROOME, Ralph Way, 1934-1935, Son, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BROWN, Jane HOLMAN, 1839-1922, (Photo) (Obit below)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BRUNER, Anna J., 1868-1947, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BRUNER, John G., 1863-1953, Father, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BRUNER, Lyda L., 1891 - 1931, (photo2), (C&MB)
BUCKLEY, Elizabeth, Oct. 12, 1913-Sept. 12, 2001, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BUNTON, spire-shaped stone, very worn, if there are names on it, they are unreadable, (Photo)
, (photo2), (photo3), (C&MB)
BURNISKY, Lance C., Dec. 18, 1945-Dec. 6, 1998, SGT. US Air Force, Vietnam, same stone as Lillian, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BURNISKY, Lillian M., Mar. 25, 1934-Nov. 28, 2004, same stone as Lance C., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
BUTLER, John M., 1924-1977, Son, same stone as Thomas, Nerissa, Phyllis, William and Thomas, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BUTLER, Nerissa, 1902-1998, Mother, same stone as Thomas, Phyllis, William, Thomas and John, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BUTLER, Phyllis G., 1932-1964, Daughter, same stone as Thomas, Nerissa, William, Thomas and John, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BUTLER, Thomas E., 1929-1973, Son, same stone as Thomas, Nerissa, Phyllis, William, and John, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BUTLER, Thomas M., 1903-1953, Father, same stone as Nerissa, Phyllis, William, Thomas & John, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BUTLER, William R., 1926-1966, Son, same stone as Thomas, Nerissa, Phyllis, Thomas and John, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
BUYDASZ, Andrew, Feb. 19, 1924 / Aug. 7, 2007, Father, CPL USMC WWII, (photo2), (C&MB)
BUZZA, Thomas A., Jr., Nov. 7, 1938-Oct. 22, 1967, SP.5 BTRY. C. 1st TNG, BN, AUS, Enl. Feb. 11, 1963, Disc. Feb. 10, 1966, (Photo)
, (photo2), (photo3), (C&MB)
BUZZARD, Emma, 1875-1909, Wife of J. M. BUZZARD, (Photo)
CALDWELL, Anna S. DALZELL, Age 32 yrs., Wife of Thomas CALDWELL, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CALDWELL, Thomas, in Ireland
December 9, 18(6?)0 / February 8, 1921, (Obit below)
CALLAHAN, Elizabeth C., died Oct. 13, 1939, Wife of James L. CALLAHAN, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CALLAHAN, family stone, no names, (Photo)
CALLAHAN, James L., 1861-1909, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CAMPBELL, Alex S. Sr., 1862-1945, s/s Lizzie; Perry & Agnes Tarr, (photo2), (C&MB)
CAMPBELL, Alice E., 1907-1948, Mother, same stone as Stewart, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CAMPBELL, Anne E., 1914-1978, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CAMPBELL, Edna W., 1884-1968, same stone as Hubert L., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CAMPBELL, Elizabeth W., March 8, 1861-August 12, 1947, d/o Elizabeth McMURRAY ROBB (Obit below)
CAMPBELL, family stone no names., (Photo)
CAMPBELL, Hubert L., 1884-1963, same stone as Edna W., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CAMPBELL, Lizzie, 1870-1947, s/s Alex A. Sr.; Perry & Agnes Tarr, (photo2), (C&MB)
CAMPBELL, Stewart E., 1909-no date, Father, same stone as Alice, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CARDILLO, Andrew, 1923-1981, (Photo)
CARDILLO, Benjamin, (no dates), same stone as Opal Mae, Together Forever, (Photo)
CARDILLO, Benjamin, 1891-1974, Father, same stone as Columbia, (Photo)
CARDILLO, Columbia, 1896-1970, Mother, same stone as Benjamin, (Photo)
CARDILLO, Henry J., Oct. 8, 1933, June 4, 1997, US Army, (Photo)
CARDILLO, Janet (Helen), 1960-1987, (Photo)
CARDILLO, Julius F., June 18, 1931-Feb. 14, 1984, SP3 US Army, same stone as Velma, (Photo)
CARDILLO, Opal Mae, 1919-1988, same stone as Benjamin, Together Forever, (Photo)
CARDILLO, Velma B., d: 3-19-2012, same stone as Julius F., (Photo)
CARL, Cecelia, 1920-2010, same stone as Carl, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CARL, Elmer, 1900-1968
CARL, Emielie, 1870-1925, Same stone as Henry, His Wife, (photo2), (C&MB)
CARL, Emilie, 1913-1973, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CARL, Friedericke, July 12, 1828-June 14, 1908, at rest, (Photo)
CARL, Henry, 1866-1944, Same stone as Emielie, (photo2), (C&MB)
CARL, Mabel E., 1898-1926, (photo2), (C&MB)
CARL, Otto J., 1904-1932, (photo2), (C&MB)
CARL, Otto John, May 31, 1927-Mar. 2, 1986, PFC US Marine Corps. WW II, (photo2), (C&MB)
CARL, Ray C., 1913-1975, same stone as Cecelia, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CARR, Stephen, Dec. 13, 1902-Mar. 21, 1988, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CARRICK, Leroy R., 1915-1981, same stone as Selina M, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CARRICK, Selina M., 1912-1988, same stone as Leroy, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CAUFIELD, Herbert, d: Oct. 15, 1946, (Obit below)
CEFALO, Douglas M., Mar. 28, 1968 / Sept. 30, 2005, (photo2), (C&MB)
CHAPELL, Elizabeth, d:
January 5th, 1922, (Obit below)
CHAPPELL, Margaret E., Aug. 25, 1884, Oct. 27, 1940, Mother, (Photo)
CHAPPELL, Norman S., July 3, 1880-May 30, 1968, (Photo)
CHARLIER, Esther T., 1907-1970, Mother, same stone as George Sr., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CHARLIER, George Sr., 1906-1996, Father, same stone as Esther T., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CHARLIER, George, Jr., 1926-1935, same stone as Gloria, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CHARLIER, Gloria, 1929-1930, same stone as George Jr., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CHONKO, Ethel, Aug. 8, 1909-Aug. 4, 1960, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CHONKO, Mary, 1895-1966, Mother, same stone as Paul B., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CHONKO, Paul B., 1884-1969, Father, same stone as Mary, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CHONKO, Richard J., Jan. 8, 1922-Feb. 19, 1992, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CHRISPEN, John W., 1856-1926, Same stone as Julia M., overgrown, (photo2), (C&MB)
CHRISPEN, Julia M., 1864-1926, His Wife, same stone as John W., (photo2), (C&MB)
CIESIELSKI, Mona Jean, 1917-2000, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CLARK, Catherine, 1837-1912, same stone as William H., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CLARK, J. C., 1860-1927, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CLARK, William H., 1826-1897, same stone as Catherine, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CLELAND, Elizabeth SCOTT, 1855-1913, **, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CLELAND, John Wilson, 1855-1922, **, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CLELAND, Russell P., 1894-1904, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COCHRAN, Amelia J., 1870-1939, same stone as James W., (Photo)
COCHRAN, Arnold Eugene, 1893-1926, Father, same stone as Mary, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COCHRAN, Clyde R., 1903-1965, (Photo)
COCHRAN, Ethel A., 1904-1994, same stone as Roy, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COCHRAN, James W., 1865-1945, same stone as Amelia J., (Photo)
COCHRAN, Mary BOYNES, 1900-1942, Mother, same stone as Arnold, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COCHRAN, Roy A., 1896-1969, same stone as Ethel, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COCHRAN, Roy A., Born August 16, 1896, Died Jan. 2, 196* (last number covered), PVT. Co. A 163rd Inf 41st Div. Enl. Aug. 30, 1918, Disc. Feb. 20, 1919, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COLE, James A., 1855-no date same stone as Margaret, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COLE, James B., 1906-1928, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COLE, Mabel V., 1881-1955, Mother, same stone as William, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COLE, Margaret J., 1850-1924, same stone as James, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COLE, William R., 1879-1959, Father, same stone as Mabel, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COLEMAN, Hilda M., 1901-1987, Same stone as Ralph M., (photo2), (C&MB)
COLEMAN, Ralph M., 1898-1993, Same stone as Hilda M.
, (photo2), (C&MB)
COLIGURE, Romeo, 1915-1973, Father, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COLLINS, Ethel V., 1918-1921, (Photo)
COLLOT, Elizabeth, 1854-1926, Same stone as Leon, (photo2), (C&MB)
COLLOT, Leon, 1860-1935, Same stone as Elizabeth
, (photo2), (C&MB)
CONN, Gerald C., 1913-1982, Husband, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CONN, Susan R. NELSON, 1904-1974, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COOGLE, Catherine (Katherine) G. (McMurray), 1878-1960, his wife, same stone as James P., (Photo) (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
COOGLE, Gertrude B., 1901-1982
, (photo2), (C&MB)
COOGLE, Harold M., 1910-1965, same stone as Margaret and Linda, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COOGLE, James P., 1875-1943, same stone as Catherine G., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COOGLE, Linda, 1942-1942, Infant, same stone as Harold & Margaret, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COOGLE, Lizzie (LUFFY), 1861-1942, (Photo) (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
COOGLE, Margaret J., 1916-1991, same stone as Harold & Linda, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COOGLE, Samuel J., 1900-1950, (photo2), (C&MB)
COOK Family Stone
COOK, Ada N., 1877-1940, Wife of Arthur J. COOK, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COOK, Adam B., 1865-1938, (photo2), (C&MB)
COOK, Arthur J., 1876-1924, (photo2), (C&MB)
COOK, Harry A., 1878-1916, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COOK, Homer R., 1928-1974, same stone as Mary, "Til we meet again", (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COOK, Mary C., 1935-no date, same stone as Homer, "Til we meet again", (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COOPER, family headstone, no names, (Photo)
COOPER, Jackie, 1935-1947, Boys Industrial Home, same stone as James MCLAUGHLIN, (Photo)
CORDNER, Robert James, June 17, 1926-Nov. 17, 1926, (Photo)
COUSINS, Ethel V., 1918-1921, (photo), (C&MB)
COUSINS, Florence, July 18, 1901-April 9, 1984, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
COUSINS, Walter, d: Sept. 26, 1919, (Obit below)
CRABBE, Carrie FEICK, 1892-1964, (Photo), (photo), (C&MB)
CRABBE, Ruben Guy, 1882-1955, (Photo), (photo), (C&MB)
CRAGLE, Roland L., Sept. 11, 1918-May 4, 1971, Pennsylvania, TEC5 1226 SVC COMD Unit, World War II, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CRAIG, Eleanor H., 1907-1994, same stone as Harold L., (Photo)
CRAIG, Harold L., 1908-1981, same stone as Eleanor H., (Photo)
CRAIG?, FATHER, (near CRAIG, no names), (Photo)
CRAIG?, Mabel H., 1894-1992, no last name on stone but is grouped in front of CRAIG stone, (Photo)
CRAIG?, MOTHER, (near CRAIG, no names), (Photo)
CRAIG?, Samuel B., 1870-1956, no last name on stone, but is grouped in front of CRAIG headstone, (Photo)
CRAVEN, Bessie M., no dates, Same stone as John A.
CRAVEN, John A., 1888-1976, Same stone as Bessie M., (photo2), (C&MB)
CRAWFORD, Sarah, 1829-1906, (Photo)
CREECH, Daisy, 1926-1980, Beloved Mother and Wife, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CRIDER, Leda K., 1867-1936, (Photo)
CRISCO, Amanda, 1985-2006, (photo2), (C&MB)
CRISCO, Debra, 1961-2003, (photo2), (C&MB)
CRISCO, John V. Jr., 1937-1994, "Jack", Beloved husband & father, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CROOKS, Henry R., 1855-1905, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CROOKS, Sadie M., 1858-1944, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CUNNINGHAM, Andrew, 1863-1942, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CURTIS, Maria Jane, June 7, 1933-Mar. 20, 1971, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
CUSAK, Lucinda, 1856-1812, wife of M. CUSACK, (Photo)
DALLY, S. L., M. D., 1834-1907, 1st Reg't. Ohio Lgt. Art'y., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DANLEY, Catherine, 1922-1999, same stone as Charles, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DANLEY, Charles U., 1917-1997, *** US Army WW II, same stone as Catherine, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DANLEY, Michael W., July 16, 1960 / Jan. 2, 2001, (photo2), (C&MB)
DARABOS, Barbara (Nagy), Sept. 29, 1877-July 13, 1951, same stone as Peter, Sr., (Photo) (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
DARABOS, Peter, Sr., 1865-1944, same stone as Barbara, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DAVIES, Ambrose E., 1900-1974, same stone as Reatha I., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DAVIES, Reatha I., 1898-1982, same stone as Ambrose E, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DAVIES, Reatha J., 1922-1971, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DAVIS, Layton H., 1879-1916, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DAVIS, Nellie G., 1884-1906, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DAVIS, Wesley, 1882-1951, Space for wife's name but nothing is there
DeFADE, Catherine L., May 12, 1918 / Jan. 18, 2003, s/s Joseph A., (photo2), (C&MB)
DeFADE, Donna L., Oct. 1, 1942 / May 7, 2009, (photo2), (C&MB)
DeFADE, Joseph A., Apr. 26, 1918 / Mar. 5, 2006, s/s Catherine L., USN WWII, (photo2), (C&MB)
DEPP, Alma M., 1911-1981, (photo2), (C&MB)
DERDEYN, Eileen LAND, 1914-1960
DEROSKY, Karen A., Oct. 25, 1948 / Oct. 25, 1999, (photo2), (C&MB)
DICKEY, James W., Aug. 6, 1892-March 16, 1971, Pennsylvania Pvt. 2 Co. 153 Depot Brigade, World War I, (Photo)
DICKSON, A. Raymond, 1889-1975, same stone as Elizabeth L., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DICKSON, Dr. W. D., 1891-1949, Dental Corps, WWI. (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DICKSON, Elizabeth L., 1883-1940, same stone as A. Raymond, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
DICKSON, Fanny, 1886-1946, Mother, same stone as Harry A., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DICKSON, Harry A., 1883-1960, Father, same stone as Fanny, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
DICKSON, John M., 1857-1929, same stone as Louise, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DICKSON, Louise H, 1862-1928, same stone as John, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DICKSON, Mary L., 1850-1926, same stone as William, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DICKSON, Nita R., 1892-1957, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DICKSON, Rebecca LONG, 1839-1917, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DICKSON, William T., 1852-1922, same stone as Mary, (Photo) (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
DIEDRICK, Cora J., Nov. 21, 1873- Jan 19, 1962, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DIEDRICK, Frank A., May 12, 1869, May 9, 1952, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DILLON, Joanna, 1855-1913, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DILLON, Lucy Mae, (unreadable except for last name, hexagonal stone), (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DILLON, S., 1843-1907, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DUBLOE, John, May 24, 1916-Mar. 10, 1989, same stone as Minnie, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DUBLOE, Minnie L., Sept. 2, 1914-Jan 4, 1998, same stone as John, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
DUFF, Elizabeth, 1841-1920, Mother, same stone as Thomas, (Photo)
DUFF, Thomas, 1841-1916, Father, same stone as Elizabeth, (Photo)
DUFF, William Thomas, 1866-1936, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DUFRESNE, David E., no dates, Same stone as Virginia L., (photo2), (C&MB)
DUFRESNE, Virginia L., no dates, Same stone as David E.
, (photo2), (C&MB)
DUNBAR, Elena LEISTER, 1866-1948, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DUNBAR, Willis J., Jr., Born Mar. 26, 1922, CPL 21st TC SO 374th GP AAF, Enlisted July 6, 1942, Killed in action Nov. 2, 1944, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DUNCAN, James McCrory, died June 8, 1893, aged 5 M. 25 D., son of Rev. A. P. and R. H. DUNCAN, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DUNCAN, Retta H., 1867- no dates, Mother, same stone as Rev. A. P., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
DUNCAN, Rev. A. P., 1860-1933, Father, same stone as Retta H., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DUNKLE, Alvin E., 1867-1929, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DUNKLE, Alvin Smith, May 16, 1934 / Dec. 28, 2009, (photo2), (C&MB)
DUNKLE, Anna Mary GRANT, Jan. 28, 1869-Nov. 4, 1946, (Photo), (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
DUNKLE, Edgar Joseph, 1890-1955, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DUNKLE, Elsie Smith, 1910-2003, (photo2), (C&MB)
DUNKLE, family stone, no names engraved, others are arranged around it', (Photo)
DUNKLE, Harold Alvin, 1904-1987, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DUNKLE, Kenneth M., 1898-1974, PFC US Army, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
DUNKLE, Sargt. Arnold O., 1897-1918, Co. F. PA 111th Inf., (Photo)
, (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
DUTTON, Helen H., died 11-24-1896. Aged 36 Y. 7 M. 11D, Wife of T. E. DUTTON, (Photo)
DUTTON, only the initials H. H. D. are on this small stone placed near DUTTONs, (Photo)
DUTTON, T. E., Oct. 4, 1843-Aug. 18, 1912, same stone as Thomas E., and Helen H., (Photo)
DUTTON, Thomas E., Aug. 29, 1912, Ser. Co. H. 97 (remainder unreadable), (Photo)
DUTTON, Thomas E., died 4-16-1894, aged 5 Y. 9 M. 6D., son of T. E. & H. H. DUTTON, tall black obelisk, same stone as T. E. and Helen H., (Photo)
DYMOND, Elizabeth I., 1909-1990, same stone as Melvin G., (Photo)
DYMOND, Frederick, 1909-1968, (photo2), (C&MB)
DYMOND, Leslie E., 1881-1913, (Photo)
DYMOND, Mary, 1880-1954, Mother, The Lord is my Shepherd
, (photo2), (C&MB)
DYMOND, Melvin G., 1905-1990, same stone as Elizabeth I., (Photo)
ECKERT, Edward, 1883-1949, Father, same stone as Laura & Mabel, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ECKERT, Laura, 1916-1925, Daughter, same stone as Edward and Mabel, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ECKERT, Mabel, 1882-1948, Mother, same stone as Laura and Edward, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
EVANS, Clarissa, 1853-1926, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
EVANS, Huldah, 1814-1909, (Photo)
EVANS, Mary CHARLIER, Mar. 15, 1882-Feb. 20, 1957, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
EVANS, Morris W., Born Feb. 14, 1879-Aug. 23, 1948, PVT Co. C. 14th PVI, Enlisted May 10, 1898, Discharged Feb. 28, 1899., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
EVANS, Richard L. Aug. 17, 1945 / apr. 29, 2004, Funeral home marker, (photo2), (C&MB)
EVANS, William J., 1849-1930, Father, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
EVANS, William Kenneth, July 3, 1908 / Aug. 4, 1912, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FALCONER, Evelyn MCLEAN, 1919-1968, Hand made wooden plaque in front of stone with various names burned into the wood
, (photo2), (C&MB)
FARRAR, Elizabeth, 1909-1947, same stone as Robert, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FARRAR, Robert S., 1901-1947, same stone as Elizabeth, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FEICK, Caroline, 1866-1924, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FEICK, family stone, no names, (Photo)
FEICK, Grace E., 1896-1995, Wife, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FEICK, James W., 1894-1923, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FEICK, Joseph C., 1890-1947, (Photo)
, (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
FEICK, Louis, 1856-1916, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FICHTER, Christopher C., Born Nov. 6, 1905, Died May 2, 1975, Husband, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FICHTER, Lauretta J., Born Jan. 12, 1908, Died Aug. 19, 1958, Wife, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FLINNER, John D., 1886-1954, Masonic symbol, (Photo)
FLINNER, John, 1838-1816, Father, same stone as Rachael, (Photo)
FLINNER, Rachael, 1849-1906, Mother, same stone as John, (Photo)
FLIPPO, Richard C., Mar. 14, 1931-Mar. 12, 1957, Husband
FORGIE, John Nicholas, Jul. 14, 1916-Feb. 2, 2001, PFC US Marine Corps, World War II, Purple Heart, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
FOSTER, Denny C., 1874-1908, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FOX, Chas. Tuxford, 1887-1902, same stone as Jno. and Emma, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FOX, Emma Cath., 1860-1950, same stone as Jno. and Chas., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
FOX, Jno. Edward, 1859-1946, same stone as Emma and Chas., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FREEMAN, family stone, no names, (Photo)
FREEMAN, Grace M., Aug. 7, 1879-Sept. 7, 1933, (Photo)
FREEMAN, John, Born Sept. 27, 1873-Died. Sept. 19, 1949, SGT. Co. C. 14th PVI, Enl. May 29, 1898, Disc. Mar. 29, 1899, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FREEMAN, Naaman, Born April 27, 1839, Died. Feb. 1, 1898, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
FREEMAN, Pamela, Born Apr. 25, 1844, Died. Apr. 25, 1926, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FREEMAN, Samuel, May 9, 1876-July 29, 1966
FREEMAN, Samuel M., May 9, 1876-July 29, 1966, (Photo)
FREEMAN, stone totally buried except for name, (Photo)
FRIEL, Francis J., May 17, 1907-May 9, 1993, F1 US NAVY, World War II, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
FULMER, Anna Lelia LITTLE, 1865-1949, same stone as Elmer Ellsworth, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
FULMER, Anna M., 1881-1947, same stone as Calvin A., d/o Isaac Wilshire, (Photo), (photo2), (RW)
FULMER, Calvin A., 1874-1947, same stone as Anna M., (Photo), (Obit below), (photo2), (RW)
FULMER, Elmer E., Born June, 1861, Died Dec. 28, 1937, 2nd Lt. Co. C. 14th PA Vol., Enl. April 27, 1898, Disc. Oct. 18, 1898, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
FULMER, Elmer Ellsworth, 1861-1937, same stone as Anna Lelia LITTLE, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GALLO, Steve, 1913-1920, bronze plaque sent on a wooden plaque, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GALLOWAY, Hazel E., 1905-1997, same stone as Samuel, (Photo)
, (Obit below)
GALLOWAY, Samuel, 1892-1977, same stone as Hazel E., (Photo)
, (Obit below)
GAPE, Adam, January 21, 1928, in his 84th year, husband of Anne FLINNER GAPE, (Photo), (Obit below)
GEORGE, Edward B. W., 1905-1953, same stone as Lucille, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
GEORGE, Lucille Agnes, 1908-1951, same stone as Edward, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GIBSON, Alice, died May 10, 1878, aged 2 ys, 3 m, 22 ds, same stone as Beriah, Roseanna, Eva, Virginia, Sarah, Minnie, Hiram, Elmira, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GIBSON, Beriah M., died Aug. 5, 1898, aged 62 years, same stone as Rosanna, Alice, Virginia, Eva, Minnie, Sarah, Hiram and Elmira, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GIBSON, Elmira Dita, died May 26, 1892, aged 23 ys, same stone as Beriah, Rosanna, Alice, Virginia, Eva, Minnie, Sarah, Hiram, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GIBSON, Eva B., died Jan 12, 1894, aged 22 ys, 1 m, 18 ds, same stone as, Beriah, Rosanna, Alice and Virginia, Eva, Sarah, Minnie, Hiram, Elmira, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GIBSON, family stone, no names engraved, (Photo)
GIBSON, Frances, 1864-1939, Same stone as George D.
, (photo), (Obit below), (CG), (photo2), (C&MB)
GIBSON, Helen S., Aug. 16, 1921-Aug. 31, 1985, Beloved Mother, Cat, Rose, & Cross engraved on stone, (Photo)
GIBSON, George D., 1856-1927, Same stone as Frances, His Wife
, (photo) (Obit below), (CG), (photo2), (C&MB)
GIBSON, Hiram, died March 28, 1866, aged 4 ms 29 ds. Same stone as Beriah, Rosanna, Alice, Virginia, Eva, Minnie, Sarah, Elmira, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GIBSON, Minnie A., died June 22, 1863, aged 1 yr. 6 ms. 18 ds., same stone as Beriah, Rosanna, Alice, Virginia, Eva, Sarah, Hiram and Elmira, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GIBSON, Nannie D., 1854-1923, (photo2), (C&MB)
GIBSON, Rosanna, died June 1, 1896, aged 53 years 2 ms. 26 ds., wife of B. M. GIBSON, same stone as Beriah, Alice, Virginia, Eva, Minnie, Sarah, Hiram and Elmira, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
GIBSON, Sarah, died March 1, 1866, aged 2 ys. 6 ms. 2 ds, same stone as Rosanna, Alice, Virginia, Eva, Sarah, Minnie, Beriah, Elmira and Hirim, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GIBSON, Virginia, died Mar. 13, 1891, aged 22 ys. 1 m. 2 ds., same stone as Beriah, Rosanna, Alice, Eva, Sarah, Minnie, Hiram, Elmira, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GIBSON, William A., 1851-1909, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GILLESPIE, Miriam F., Oct. 7, 1944 / Dec. 27, 2010 (Funeral home marker), (photo2), (C&MB)
GILMORE, Mary Thompson, d: abt Dec. 23, 1916, (Obit below)
GIMA, John M., 1946-1968, SP/4 A-TRP. 1st Squadn. 1st Cav., Vietnam, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GIMA, Mary L., April 7, 1921-July 20, 1997, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GOINS, Melvin, Nov. 25, 1902-Dec. 15, 1958, Pvt. A.U.S. Enl. Dec. 2, 1942, Disc. Oct. 14, 1943, (photo2), (C&MB)
GOOD, Bernard V., 1938-1990, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
GORMAN, Bertie E., Feb. 27, 1894-Dec. 19, 1897, son of J. H. & N. B. GORMAN, (Photo)
GORMAN, Edward E., 1880-1945, (Photo)
GORMAN, Thomas H., 1905-1955, (Photo)
GOSSETT, Baby Girl, 1997-1997, metal funeral home marker placed on Bessie Ida GOSSET's grave, Coleman Funeral Home, (Photo)
GOSSETT, Bessie Ida, 1921-1991, Beloved Mother, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
GRACO, George J., Apr 4, 1917 - Mar 28 2006, PFC USA WWII, Purple Heart, (photo2), (C&MB)
GRAWBOSKI, Jenice Ellen H., Jan. 8, 1924-Feb. 7, 1958, Sister, (photo2), (C&MB)
GRCICH, Mary, Oct. 13, 1915-Mar. 16, 2003, Thomas-Little Funeral Service, Inc. marker, (Photo)
GREEN, Katharine BERG, 1873-no date, Wife of George W. GREEN, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GREENFIELD, Norah, 1874-1960, Mother, same stone as Thomas, (Photo)
GREENFIELD, Roy D., Born Feb. 11, 1893-Died April 11, 1958, Sgt. Co. A. 319th Inf., Enl. Sept. 4, 1917, Disc. April 5, 1919, (Photo)
GREENFIELD, Thomas, 1855-1999, Father, same stone as Norah, (Photo)
, (Obit below)
GRIFFIN, Henry B., 1904-1952, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GRIFFITH(?), Elsie C., 1897-1904, no last name, but is the same stone type as Margaret and K. Eugene GRIFFITH, and is grouped with them, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
GRIFFITH, K. Eugene, 1910-1990, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GRIFFITH, Margaret, 1909-1971, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GRIMES, Betty-M. E., 1908-1994, same stone as George, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GRIMES, George R., 1909-1973, same stone as Betty, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GROHOSKI, Anna Zethner, 1915-Feb. 1, 2008, same stone as Walter, (Photo), (obit)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
GROHOSKI, Marceli, 1881-1943, same stone as Rose, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GROHOSKI, Rose, 1889-1971, same stone as Marceli, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GROHOSKI, Walter, 1915-1980, same stone as Anna, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GROSS, Peter Frederick, d: Nov. 8, 1921, (obit)
GRUMLING, Elmer Ross, 1909-1912, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
GUNTHER, Joseph W. 1902-1983, "Joe", (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
GUTHRIE, Edmond C., Mar. 25, 1877-Sept. 30, 1896, son of W. T. and S. N. GUTHRIE, (Photo)
GUTHRIE, Sarah N., 1852-1933, His Wife, (Photo)
GUTHRIE, William T., 1848-1936, (Photo)
GUTHRIE, William T., 1848-1936, Pvt.Co. E. 14 PA Const. Corp. Civil War, (Photo)
HADDEN, Agnes, 1855-1905, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HADDEN, Aleck A., 1844-1916, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HADDEN, Anna, 1886-1906, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HADDEN, Anna Mary, Dec. 11, 1914-April 25, 1931, (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
HADDEN, Cassie C., 1885-1976, (photo2), (C&MB)
HADDEN, Ellen, 1878-1919, (photo2), (C&MB)
HADDEN, family stone, no names, (Photo)
HADDEN, Frances LYTLE, 1910-1994, same stone as Robert, "May the Four Winds Carry You Safely Home", (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HADDEN, Joseph A., 1879-1937, (photo2), (C&MB)
HADDEN, Margaret SHAFER, 1892-1958, star emblem ?OES?, (Photo)
HADDEN, Rev. W. A., D.D., 1905-1966, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HADDEN, Robert Alan, 1941-1996, same stone as Frances LYTLE HADDEN, "May the Four Winds Carry You Safely Home", (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HADDEN, William M., 1881-1949, Masonic symbol, (Photo)
HEIL, Donna L DeFade, Oct. 1, 1942 / May 7, 2009, (obit)
HALL, Gaynelle, Born Apr. 17, 1899, Died Jan. 18, 1999, At Rest, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HALL, W. Sheraden, Born May 28, 1893, Died Aug. 2, 1960, PFC US Marine Corps., Enlisted June 6, 1918, Discharged Dec. 18, 1918, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HARLEY, Rose N., 1869-1942, same stone as William J., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HARLEY, William J., 1873-1947, same stone as Rose, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HARMAN, Earl C., mostly buried, remainder not visible, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HARMON, George A., 1882-1953, (Photo)
HARMON, Matilda N., 1880-1957, (Photo)
HAROUSE, Mary, Aug. 25, 1914-July 8, 1991, same stone as Steve J., (Photo)
HAROUSE, Steve J., Jan. 3, 1911-June 12, 1998, same stone as Mary, (Photo)
HARRIS, no names, (Photo)
HARRIS, C. W., Co. F. 22nd U.S.C.T., (Photo)
HARRIS, Emma BERG, 1869-1957, Wife of William J. HARRIS, (Photo)
HARRIS, George, 1831-1893, Father, (Photo)
HARRIS, Jane, 1844-1928, Mother, (Photo)
HARRIS, Lillian I., born June 5, 1910-Died December 31, 1940, In Loving Memory, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HARRIS, William J., 1868-1947, (Photo)
HARRISON, Dorothy E., Mar. 11, 1905-May 25, 1972
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HARRISON, Henry B., Sept. 13, 1895-Feb. 15, 1975, Pvt. US Army WW l, (photo2), (C&MB)
HART, Daisy I., 1883-1946, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HART, William, May 25, 1918-Feb. 15, 1982, PVT US Army World War II, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HASTINGS, William J., Born July 4, 1895, Died Feb. 12, 1936, Corporal Co. C. 319th Infantry, Enlisted Sept. 18, 1917, Discharged Jan. 28, 1919, (Photo)
HEASLEY, Elizabeth, 1930-2000, no stone, metal funeral home marker (Thomas & Little), sits next to marker for Gail, with a wooden cross between, (Photo)
HEASLEY, Gail H., 1933-1999, no stone, metal funeral home marker (Thomas & Little), sits next to marker for Elizabeth HEASLEY, with a wooden cross between them, (Photo)
HEIBER, John F., 1904-1948, Husband, same stone as Zelma, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HEIBER, Zelma B., 1906-1948, Wife, same stone as John F., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HEIDLER, Orlando A., June 21, 1888-April 29, 1931, Corp. Co. M. 819th Inf. Enl. Sep. 18, 1917, Disc. (Jan. or Jun. 19), 1919, (Photo) (Obit below)
HEINRICH, August R., Aug. 4, 1887-Jan. 6, 1942, Pvt. Co. H. 125th NF, Enl. June 25, 1819 Disc. May 25, 1919, (Photo)
HEINRICH, Ernestine, 1858-1930, (Photo)
HEINRICH, John 1854-1930, (Photo)
HEINRICH, William R., 1893-1917, (Photo)
HEINZ, Donald E., 1926-1993, S1 US Navy, World War II, (Photo)
HEITTZELMAN, Jno. , Co. H., 211th PA Inf., (Photo)
HELLINGS, John C., Co. F, 82 PA Vol., June 16, 1908, (Photo)
HENNEMUTH, Anna WALLACE, 1896-1978, Wife, same stone as Peter, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HENNEMUTH, Anna, 1866-1963, Mother, same stone as Peter, (Photo)
HENNEMUTH, Augusta, 1895-1973, (Photo)
HENNEMUTH, Frank P., 1898-1967, same stone as Helen , (Photo)
HENNEMUTH, Gordon, April 10, 1929 / Sept. 11, 2008, (obit)
HENNEMUTH, Helen F., 1906-1962, same stone as Frank, (Photo)
HENNEMUTH, Henry C., 1893-1977, Sgt. US Army, World War I, (Photo)
HENNEMUTH, Martha, Mar. 27, 1907-Dec. 11, 1907, (Photo)
HENNEMUTH, Minnie J., 1928-no date, (Photo)
HENNEMUTH, Paul S., 1925-1990, same stone as Minnie J., (Photo)
HENNEMUTH, Peter, 1862-1930, Father, Same stone as Anna, (Photo)
HENNEMUTH, Peter, 1902-1982, Husband, same stone as Anna WALLACE, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HERON, Ada, 1869-1930, same stone as Charles E., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HERON, Charles E., 1869-1934, same stone as Ada P., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HERRIOTT, headstone, no names engraved, (Photo)
HERRIOTT, James M., 1862-1943, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HERRIOTT, Mary C., 1862-1924, wife of J. M. HERRIOTT, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HERRON, Jennie METZ, 1885-1937, Mother, (Photo)
HERTZLER, Catherine, 1912-1986, same stone as Henry F., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HERTZLER, Henry F., 1910-1993, same stone as Catherine, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HERTZLER, Ronald A. Sr., Sept. 5, 1945 / April 11, 2009, (obit)
HIPPERT, Caroline BERG, 1879-1922, Wife of J. C. HIPPERT, (Photo)
HLAVAY, Frank, Dec. 4, 1935-Feb. 16, 1996, same stone as Gertrude, (Photo)
HLAVAY, Gertrude PARTIN, Nov. 13, 1939-no date, (Photo)
HODGE, Edna W. HORMEL, 1894-1934, Wife of Frederic G. HODGE, (Photo)
HOHN, Helen, July 5, 1936 - May 21, 2005, (photo2), (C&MB)
HOHN, Joseph T., 1905-1983, same stone as Mary M., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HOHN, Mary Marie, 1907-April 30, 2007, same stone as Joseph, (Photo), (obit), (photo2), (C&MB)
HOHN, Robert W., Sr., Jan. 17, 1936, April 5, 1988, US Army, Korea, (Photo)
HOLLAND, Eleanor, 1907-1981, same stone as George, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HOLLAND, George E., 1903-1983, same stone as Eleanor, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HOLLENDER, John Carlin, 1946-1994, US Army, (Photo)
HOLMAN, Jennie M., 1863-1953, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HOPPER, Mrs. M. E. (Nesbit), d: abt Oct. 9, 1919, (Obit below)
HORMEL, Anna K. KRIEGER, 1893-1977, Mother, Wife of Louis P. HORMEL, (Photo)
HORMEL, Donald M., 1960-1984, Beloved son of Mr. & Mrs. Fred HORMEL, (Photo)
HORMEL, Flora E., Apr. 2, 1900-Mar. 3, 1986, (Photo)
HORMEL, James L., Jr., 1939, Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. HORMEL, (Photo)
HORMEL, Louis P., Feb. 22, 1888-Nov. 27, 1954, Father, (Photo)
HORMEL, Margaret E., 1921, Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. L. P. HORMEL, (Photo)
HORMEL, Mary I., Oct. 31, 1897-July 30, 1981, same stone as Norman, (Photo)
HORMEL, Norman H., Feb. 9, 1896-Feb. 2, 1970, same stone as Mary, (Photo)
HORMEL, Peter F., 1857-1933, Father, (Photo)
HORMEL, Shirley FICHTER, 1930-1980, Mother, Wife of Herbert HORMEL, (Photo)
HORMEL, Wilhelmina SNYDER, 1865-1937, Wife of Peter F. HORMEL. Mother, (Photo)
HORN, Mr., d: abt Nov. 13, 1919, (Obit Below)
HOUGH, Bertha Ann, 1876-1900, (Photo)
HOUGH, Bill, Born 8, Died Sept. 5, 1911, (note: the Born 8 is what is on the stone, its not my typo)
HOUGH, Elijah N., 1840-1930
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HOUGH, Ella Elizabeth, 1842-1930, (photo2), (C&MB)
HOUGH, Frank D., 1885-1964, Same stone as Louise J., (photo2), (C&MB)
HOUGH, Louise J., 1887-1980, Same stone as Frank D., (photo2), (C&MB)
HOWELL, Arthur R., 1907-1953, Husband, Same stone as Mary E., (photo2), (C&MB)
HOWELL, Barbara A., 1931-no date, same stone as Cecil, (Photo)
HOWELL, Cecil G., 1929-no date, same stone as Barbara, (Photo)
HOWELL, Mary E., 1907-1989, Wife, Same stone as Arthur R.
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HOWELLS, Cevila D., 1859-1925, Mother, (Photo)
HOWELLS, Mary R., 1893-1959, daughter, (Photo)
HOWELLS, Rees J., 1891-1954, son, (Photo)
HOWELLS, Thomas D., 1854-1902, Father, (Photo)
HOWELLS, Thomas D., Jr., 1897-1898, infant son, (Photo)
HRAPCZAK, Raymond, Apr. 5, 1940-Oct. 1, 1998, SP4 US Army, metal military marker set at foot of grave marked by below stone, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HRAPCZAK, Raymond, 1940-1998, stone engraved with wilderness scene, same stone as Karen VALENT, no dates, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
HUFFMAN, Elinor M., 1922-no date, same stone as James R., (Photo)
HUFFMAN, James R., 1926-no date, Sgt. US Army WW II, same stone as Elinor M., (Photo)
HUFNAGLE, Joseph L., 1950-no date, US Air Force, same stone as Roberta, (Photo)
HUFNAGLE, Roberta "Bobbi", 1940-1999, same stone as Joseph, (Photo)
HUGHES, Elizabeth (Moore), Oct. 16, 1874-Sept. 8, 1946, same stone as Martin, (Photo) (Obit below)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HUGHES, James Lee, 1945-1994, Heart-shaped black stone, Wedding rings engraved Together Forever, his side has a tool box and an engineer's cap engraved on it, same stone as Theresa, (Photo)
HUGHES, Martin, 1869-1939, same stone as Elizabeth, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
HUGHES, Theresa Lee, 1948-no date, Heart-shaped black stone, wedding rings engraved Together Forever, her side has flowers engraved on it., (Photo)
HULICK, Frank, 1835-1910, same stone as Mary Ann, (Photo)
HULICK, Mary Ann, 1829-1904, same stone as Frank, (Photo)
HUSTON, Elizabeth W., Died Mar. 3, 1965, (Photo)
HUSTON, William E., Died Oct. 3, 1950, (Photo)
HUTCHINSON, John H. Jr., Dec. 25, 1925-Feb. 17, 1973, son of M. & J. H. HUTCHINSON, (Photo)
HUTCHINSON, Margaret WILT, 1904-1935, (Photo)
IGLAR, Gilbert D. "Geep", Jan. 13, 1928-Dec. 27, 2006, US Navy, Japan, Together Forever, same stone as Mary, (Photo), (obit)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
IGLAR, Mary, Jan. 8, 1928-Mar. 3, 1999, Together forever, same stone as Gilbert, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ILAKCENIS, Charles, Age 37, Died Feb. *, 1928, Enlisted April 3, 1918, Discharged June 17, 1919, Pvt. Co. M., 319th Inf., (Photo)
IRELAND, Beverly A., Jan. 27, 1931 / July 14, 2008, (obit)
JABLONSKI, John, 1882-1943, Same stone as Mary
, (photo2), (C&MB)
JABLONSKI, Mary, 1884-1968, Same stone as John, (photo2), (C&MB)
JABLONSKI, Walter, 1909-1937, Son, (Photo)
JANOCHA, Julius, Jr., Sept. 20, 1939-Sept. 24, 1939, Our Baby, (Photo)
JENKINS, Betty Jean (Craig), Aug. 4, 1901-Jan. 11, 1961
, (photo2), (C&MB)
JENKINS, Dr. T. C., 1879-1926, (photo2), (C&MB)
JENKINS, Joseph J., 1867-1918, same stone as Selina, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
JENKINS, Selina, no dates given, same stone as Joseph J., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
JOHNSON, Mary Ann, 1859-1920, same stone as William, (Photo)
JOHNSON, William, 1846-1932, same stone as Mary Ann, (Photo)
JOHNSTON, Thomas Austin, 1879-1940, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
JONES, Ida YOLTON, 1886-1968, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
JONES, Nelson R. Jr., Feb. 5, 1959 - Oct. 20, 2004, (photo2), (C&MB)
JONES, Ralph A., 1904-1960, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
JONES, William R., 1884-1971, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
JORDAN, Florence I., 1896-1916, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KAHL, Elizabeth M., 1884-1949
KALASKI, Ollie G., 1926-1992, PFC US Army, World War II, (Photo)
KALTENBORN, Arthur L., 1885-1964, same stone as Effie B., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
KALTENBORN, Effie B., 1885-1974, same stone as Arthur L., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KARA, John, 1853-1916, (Photo)
KARA, Mary, 1860-1939, (Photo)
KARGLE, Agnes, Dec. 16, 1882-Aug. 18, 1966, Mother, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
KARGLE, Joseph F. Sr., Oct. 18, 1879 - June 19, 1943
, (photo2), (C&MB)
KARGLE, Joseph William, 1918-1967, Boatswains M/2C US Navy WW II, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KARGLE, Peter, May 18, 1884--????, (Photo)
KARGLE, Ralph, 1915-1987, Our brother, a hunter and a fisherman are engraved on the stone, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
KARGLE, Richard, May 31, 1918-Sept. 26, 1938, same stone as Peter, (Photo)
KASECKY, Louise, 1939-, same stone as William, Together Forever, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
KASECKY, William, 1940-1989, same stone as Louise, Together Forever, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KAUFFELD, Herbert L., 1917-1946, (Photo)
KAUFFELD, William E., Jan. 9, 1878-Oct. 20, 1948, Pvt. Co. C, 14th Regt. Enl. June 16, 1898, Disc. Feb. 28, 1899, (Photo)
KAUFMAN, Blanche, Sept. 11, 1883- Feb. 25, 1965, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
KEENAN, Adelaide CHERRY, 1858-1940, (Photo)
KEENAN, Amelia, 1857-1941, (Photo)
KEENAN, Edith M., 1888-1938, (Photo)
KEENAN, George Y., 1898-1961, (Photo)
KEENAN, George Y., Sept. 29, 1898-Oct. 4, 1961, Pennsylvania, Sgt. Co. F., 111 Infantry, World War I, PH & OLC, (Photo)
KEENAN, Infant son, June 16, 1955, son of C. R. & C. C. KEENAN, (Photo)
KEENAN, James, 1852-1918, (Photo)
KEENAN, Lena SMILEY, 1888-1950, (Photo)
KEENAN, Thomas W. W., 1883-1945, (Photo)
KEIFNER, Amy G., 1918-no date, same stone as William, (Photo)
KEIFNER, William D., 1981-1991, same stone as Amy G., (Photo)
KEISLING, Adam, 1894-1906, (Photo)
KEISLING, Amanda, 1899-1943, (Photo)
KEISLING, Amelia M., 1891-1960, (Photo)
KEISLING, M., no dates, just a flat white stone mostly buried, (Photo)
KEISLING, Mary BECKER, 1861-1930, Mother, same stone as Matthew G., (Photo)
KEISLING, Matthew C., 1853-1923, Father, same stone as Mary BECKER, (Photo)
KEISLING, Walter M., Sept. 22, 1895-Sept. 2, 1949, Seaman 2/C US Navy Enl. May 2, 1918, Disc. Sept. 30, 1921, (Photo)
KELLY, Avinal R., 1933-1933, same stone as Barbara A., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
KELLY, Barbara A., 1937-1937, same stone as Avinal R., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KELLY, Henry, 1854-1915, (Photo) (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
KELLY, Mary A., 1858-1941, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KENNEDY, Elizabeth G., 1864-1931, Mother, same stone as Howard J., (Photo) (Obit below)
KENNEDY, Howard J., 1865-1918, Father, same stone as Elizabeth G., (Photo)
KENNEDY, Mabel E., 1892-1942, Double stone with space flattened for second
, (photo2), (C&MB) name but no name engraved.
KERR, Emma T., 1880-1953, Same stone as William J.
, (photo2), (C&MB)
KERR, William J., 1881-1957, same stone as Emma. Between the dates are 3 linked ovals with the letters F-L-T, (photo2), (C&MB)
KERR, Wm. J. R., 1914-1926, (photo2), (C&MB)
KIDDER, Elise A., 1973-1986, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KIGHTLINGER, Albert, June 17, 1860-July 24, 1947, (Obit below)
KIGHTLINGER, Pierson J., 1879-1905, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KIGHTLINGER, Thomas, 1874-1944, same stone as Tina, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KIGHTLINGER, Tina, 1872-1926, same stone as Thomas, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KIRCHNER, Joseph A., Dec. 7, 1920-Mar. 17, 1993, TEC 3, US Army, World War II, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KISH, Bert A., Jr., 1914-1941, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KISH, Bert Sr., 1890-1978, Same stone as Helen, (photo2), (C&MB)
KISH, Esther F., 1915-2002, same stone as Joseph, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KISH, Helen, 1891-1964, Same stone as Bert Sr., (photo2), (C&MB)
KISH, Helen, 1916-1920, (Photo)
KISH, Joseph S., 1919-1980, same stone as Esther, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
KLEMZ, Ethel M., 1911-1998, same stone as John, (Photo)
KLEMZ, John W., 1912-1982, "Gus", same stone as Ethel M., (Photo)
KOCHANSKI, Samuel L., Feb. 18, 1919-Oct. 14, 1984, US ARMY, World War II, flat metal marker, (Photo), (Obit)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
KOCHANSKY, Emma, 1916-1998, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KOHL, Clarence G., 1926-1990, same stone as Margurite, (Photo)
KOHL, Marguerite, 1913-1996, same stone as Clarence, (Photo)
KOLLE, Charles H., Dec. 14, 1956-Nov. 21, 2000, a symbol which looks like JR, joined together at the vertical line, same stone as Deborah, engraved with a rifle, a handgun and a pickup truck, (Photo)
KOLLE, Deborah, July 25, 1949-no date, engraved with a rifle, a handgun and a pickup truck, (Photo)
KOSTYAK, John, 1874-1939, Rest in Peace, (Photo)
KOWCHECK, John, 1913-No date, same stone as Julia, (Photo)
KOWCHECK, Julia, 1914-1979, same stone as John, (Photo)
KRESS, Adam, no dates, just a flat white stone mostly buried, (Photo)
KRESS, Elmer E., 1913-1932, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
KRESS, Herbert P., Aug. 3, 1910-April 29, 1971, Pennsylvania, PFC BTRY B 48 Coast ARTY BN, World War II, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KREIGER, George, partial date of 1902 readable, but remainder of info is too worn, (Photo)
KRIEGER, Freda MIKUS, 1881-1933, Mother, same stone as Jacob, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
KRIEGER, Henry B., 1910-1953, Father, same stone as Ruth, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KRIEGER, Jacob, 1870-1959, Father, same stone as Freda MIKUS, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
KRIEGER, John, Jr., Dec. 8, 1902-Oct. 27, 1983, Same stone as Lily J., (photo2), (C&MB)
KRIEGER, John, Sept. 12, 1863-July 11, 1939, (photo2), (C&MB)
KRIEGER, Lily J., Apr. 13, 1906-Jan. 8, 1967, Same stone as John Jr., (photo2), (C&MB)
KRIEGER, Pauline, Dec. 9, 1872-Oct. 1, 1953, (photo2), (C&MB)
KRIEGER, Ruth E., 1911-1986, Mother, same stone as Henry, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LAND, George W., PVT. Btry. F Hampton's Ind. Btry., Born Oct. 11, 1848, Died Oct. 13, 1934, Enlisted Jul. 1, 1863, Discharged June 26, 186*, (Photo)
LAND, Mary Mathilda, d: Jan. 18, 1924, d/o George & Phoebe, (Obit)
LANDER, Anne K., 1898-1949, Same stone as William, (photo2), (C&MB)
LANDER, Mary Ann, 1932-1980, (photo2), (C&MB)
LANDER, William H., 1897-1965, Same stone as Anne
, (photo2), (C&MB)
LANDER, William Henry, PVT, 1897-1965, Co. G. 17th BN R. T. C. Military marker, (photo2), (C&MB)
LANGER, Elisabeth REIBEL, 1887-1951, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LARKIN, John J., 1923-1980, US Army World War II, (photo2), (photo3), (C&MB)
LARKIN, Leda McKay, 1927 - 2008, Same stone as John J.
, Theos Chapter Leader, (photo2), (C&MB)
LASHER, Charles E., 1855-1937, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LASHER, John F., 1845-1926, same stone as Sarrah E., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LASHER, Mary F., 1862-1939, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LASHER, Sarrah E., 1845-1934, same stone as John F., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LAUDERBAUGH, A., April 10, 1926, Co. F., 8th PA Vol. Cav., (Photo)
LAUDERBAUGH, Clyde D., 1917-1991, PFC US Army, World War II, (Photo)
LAUDERBAUGH, Clyde R., 1882-1953, same stone as Pluma L., (Photo)
LAUDERBAUGH, Dolly (Wilt), Dec. 1, 1872-July 27, 1966
LAUDERBAUGH, Dolly, 1872-1966, (Photo)
LAUDERBAUGH, Dorothy L., (no dates), (Photo)
LAUDERBAUGH, James M., 1871-1950, (Photo)
LAUDERBAUGH, Pluma L., 1894-1977, same stone as Clyde R., (Photo)
LAUDERBAUGH, Raymond G., 1915-1961, same stone as Dorothy, (Photo)
LEBOEUF, Darlene, 1947-1991, In God's Care, flat bronze marker in front of stone of APPELI, Cecelia MCKAY; set at the footstone of Cecelia MCKAY APPELI
, (photo2), (C&MB)
LEE, Clifford A., 1927-1999, Married May 5, 1953, same stone as Frances L., engraved with cattails, (Photo)
LEE, Frances L., 1929-1998, Married May 5, 1953, same stone as Clifford, engraved with cattails, (Photo)
LEE, William, d: Dec. 30, 1915, (obit)
LEFLEY, Charles R., 1922-1929, (photo2), (C&MB)
LEFLEY, Edith I., 1889-1969, Same stone as Ernest C., (photo2), (C&MB)
LEFLEY, Ernest C., 1881-1969, Same stone as Edith I., (photo2), (C&MB)
LEFLEY, Ethel, daughter of L. R. & S. A., 1873-1*** (unreadable), (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LEFLEY, Eudora, 1859-1919, same stone as Robert, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LEFLEY, Florence E., 1886-1967, (photo2), (C&MB)
LEFLEY, Ivan D., 1888-1945, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LEFLEY, Robert, 1849-1925, same stone as Eudora, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LEISTER, Jacob, 1874-1941, Sgt. Co. C 14th Regt., Insignia in the shape of a cross, United Army Navy in a circle in the center, with USA, P. I., R. R. and Cuba on the arms, (Photo)
LEISTER, Mabelle K., 1876-1941, (Photo)
LEISTER, unreadable, very worn, has military unit info., (Photo)
LEITER, Annie M., 1863-1934, Mother, (Photo)
LEITER, family stone, no names engraved, (Photo)
LEITER, Henry E., 1865-1918, Father, (Photo)
LEITER, Mary Kathryn, 1893-1934, (Photo)
LEOPOLD, Henry J., Dec. 27, 1846-Nov. 15, 1905, same stone as Sarah H., (Photo)
LEOPOLD, Sarah H., May 31, 1848-Nov. 3, 1898, Wife of H. J. LEOPOLD, Asleep in Jesus, same stone as Henry J., (Photo)
LEOPOLD, Simon E., 1878-1913, (Photo)
LESCALLETTE, Charles F., 1854-1937, s/s as Elenorah, (photo2), (C&MB)
LESCALLETTE, Charles Wayne, Born June 6, 1913, died Aug. 30, 1954, Pvt. 4th Field Artillery, AUS, Enlisted March 5, 1945, Discharged Jan. 18, 1946, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LESCALLETTE, Charles Wayne Jr., 1937-1974, Beloved Husband and Father, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LESCALLETTE, Elenorah I., 1874 - 1914, s/s as Charles F., (photo2), (C&MB)
LESCALLETTE, Harry J., 1944-1962, Son, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LESCALLETTE, Mary, 1910-1965, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LESCALLETTE, Milton *., Born May 29?, 1859, died June __, 1904, there is other writing on the stone, but I can't read it., (Photo), (photo2), (photo3),(C&MB)
LEWIS, Annie F., Aug.15, 1912-June 24, 1997, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LEWIS, Catherine G., 1903-1948, same stone as George F., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LEWIS, David J., Jr., 1914-1984, Husband, (Photo)
LEWIS, Donald T., 1948-1989, Beloved Husband and Father, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
LEWIS, Eliza DUFF, 1878-1958, Mother, same stone as Evan, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LEWIS, Evan John, 1873-1951, Father, same stone as Eliza, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LEWIS, George F., 1900-1956, same stone as Catherine G., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LEWIS, Kate DAWSON, d: March 9, 1927, (unmarked), d/o Mr. and Mrs. Agnew Dawson, (Obit below)
LEWIS, Myra D., 1917-1996, Wife, (Photo)
LEWIS, Thomas J., 1914-1988, same stone as Viola, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
LEWIS, Viola M., 1918-1987, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LEYDA, George H., 1883-1913, Father, (Photo)
LEYDA, Pearl E., 1884-1955, Mother, (Photo)
LIGGETT, M. E., 1913-1947
, (photo2), (C&MB)
LIGGITT, Anna W., 1873-1969, Same stone as William E., (photo2), (C&MB)
LIGGITT, William E., 1865-1942, Same stone as Anna W., (photo2), (C&MB)
LITTLE, Emma MCM., (MCMURRAY), 1888-1921, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LITTLE, Robert F., 1908-1986, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
LITTLE, Ruth A., 1914-1978, (Photo)
LOCKE, Thomas E., 1960-1992, SP 4 US Army, (Photo)
LOUCH, George D., 1902-1939, Same stone as George, Ida, & Louis
, (photo2), (C&MB)
LOUCH, George, 1866-1940, Same stone as Ida, George D, and Louis, (photo2), (C&MB)
LOUCH, Ida, 1868-1938, Same stone as, George, George D & Louis, (photo2), (C&MB)
LOUCH, Louis A, 1889-1947, Same stone as George, Ida, & George D., (photo2), (C&MB)
LOUER, Geraldine, 1906-no date, same stone as Merle, (Photo)
LOUER, Merle L., 1902-1985, same stone as Geraldine, (Photo)
LOVE, Charles R., 1922-1996, same stone as Wilma, (Photo)
LOVE, Wilma I., 1922-no date, same stone as Charles, (Photo)
LOWTHER, J. M., 1885-1922, (Photo) (obit)
LYTLE, Anna J., 1877-1977, (Photo)
LYTLE, Betty S., 1918, could be 1919-1951, (Photo)
LYTLE, Dr. W. B., 1871-1922, (Photo)
LYTLE, family stone, no names, (Photo)
MACK, Fred, 1889-1955, Same stone as Suzanna, (photo2), (C&MB)
MACK, George A., 1923-1977, US Army World War II
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MACK, Suzanna, 1899-1970, Same stone as Fred, (photo2), (C&MB)
MADDEN, Harry S. Sr., 1889-1960, Same stone as Isabella SHAW, (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
MADDEN, Isabella SHAW, 1891-1956, Same stone as Harry S. Sr., (photo2), (C&MB)
MAGDALENE, Alexander Thomas Jr., "Tom", Feb. 25, 1925-Sept. 21, 1998, Husband, US Navy WW II, same stone as Marcella, (Photo)
MAGDALENE, Elizabeth, 1895-1962, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MAGDALENE, Marcella Jane, "Marcy", Mar. 14, 1929-no date, Wife, same stone as Alexander, (Photo)
MALINOSKY, Baby Mary, Aug. 1948- Sept. 1948, in same plot between Pauline & William BARKO, (Photo)
MARTIN, Mary, his wife, 1851-no date, same stone as Thomas & Todd, (Photo)
MARTIN, Thomas, 1851-1900, same stone as Mary & Todd, (Photo)
MARTIN, Todd, 1891-1918, same stone as Thoms and & Mary, (Photo)
MATHEWSON, Franklin W., Jan. 1, 1875 (month could be incorrect) Feb. 12, 1958, Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Medical Corps, World War I, (Photo)
MATHEWSON, Franklin W., M. D., 1875-1958, same stone as Margaret, (Photo)
MATHEWSON, Margaret W., 1876-1971, same stone as Franklin, (Photo)
MATUSKY, Thomas, 1948 - 2000, metal marker
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MAXWELL, Rena, (stone overturned-hard to read) aged 18 years, (photo2), (C&MB)
MAXWELL, Ruth H., 1928-1966, Beloved sister, (photo2), (C&MB)
MC ALLISTER, Anna T., 1847-1935, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCALLISTER, (D.)? S., Co. *, some unreadable military unit info., Oct. 1, 1915, very worn, (Photo)
MCALLISTER, Charles A., July 22, 1887- Aug. 5, 1932, same stone as Robert J., (Photo)
MCALLISTER, Robert J., Feb. 21, 1873-Oct. 26, 1919, same stone as Charles A., (Photo)
MCCABE, Charles E., Dec. 13, 1926-Oct. 4, 1994, US Army, World War II, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCALMON, Donald L., Jan. 7, 1951-Apr. 25, 2001, PVT US Army, Vietnam, metal military marker, (Photo)
MCCALMON, Donald L., Jan. 7, 1951-Apr. 25, 2001, Beloved Father, Vietnam Veteran, The image of a necklace with a cross centered with a Peace Sign is engraved on one side, and a very long verse is engraved under the statistics on the stone, (Photo)
MCCARTNEY, Cheryl A., Oct. 19, 1948, Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. H. MCCARTNEY, (Photo)
MCCARTNEY, Ellena R., 1925-2002, funeral home marker, Thomas-Little Funeral Services Inc., (Photo)
MCCHANCY, Agnes M., 1903-1971, Mother, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCHANCY, Fred C., 1890-1915, 11, US Cav. Troop K., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCHANCY, John B., 1854-1928, same stone as Minnie, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCHANCY, John B., 1895-1974, Father, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCHANCY, Minnie, his wife, 1868-1945, same stone as John B., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCHANCY, William A., 1897-1948, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCLELLAND, Susan Rebecca, 1887-1930, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCLELLAND, Walter D., 1877-1963, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCLOY, Mary BERTHOLD, 1902-1932, (Photo)
MCCUEN, David F., 1933-1994, "Brud", (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCUEN, Earl E., 1904-1968, same stone as Rose, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCUEN, Rose J., 1904-1995, same stone as Earl, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCUNE, Elizabeth, 1877-1971, Mother, same stone as William, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCUNE, Lester, 1906-1926, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCUNE, William, 1878-1932, Father, same stone as Elizabeth, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCCUNE, Wm. E., 1928-1944, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCDOWELL, David L., June 13, 1948-Feb. 2, 1949, (Photo)
MCDOWELL, Lawrence Ainsworth, d: April 20, 2008, (obit)
MCELHANEY, Addison J., 1875-1943, Same stone as Anna B.
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCELHANEY, Anna B., 1879-1961, Same stone as Addison J., (photo2), (C&MB)
MCELHANEY, Carl R., July 29, 1932-Aug. 14, 1996, USMC Korea, (Photo)
MCELHANEY, Dorothy W., 1904-1992, same stone as Ralph, (Photo)
MCELHANEY, Ralph E., 1905-1985, same stone as Dorothy, (Photo)
MCELHERRON, Eliza Jane, 1828-1915, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCEWEN, Emily LEISTER, 1877-1958, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCEWEN, John C., 1870-1918, 1st Lieut. Co. C. 14th Reg. P. V. Inf., (Photo)
MCFARLAND, Albert J., Oct. 24, 1896 / Jan 19, 1899, (Photo)
MCFARLAND, Bessie Z., 1876-1913, (Photo)
MCFARLAND, Wm. H. , ____ 2. Batt. PA ____, June 15, 1914, very worn, a post placed in front of the stone says "By G. A. R.", (Photo)
MCFARLAND, Alexander, 1826-1905, (Photo)
MCFARLAND, Annie B., 1850-1915, (Photo)
MCFARLAND, Frank W., 1894-1963, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCFARLAND, Gertrude M., 1879-1935, (Photo)
MCFARLAND, Glenn L., 1921-1987
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCFARLAND, Helen B., 1880-1916, (obit), (Photo)
MCFARLAND, Helen B., 1896-1936
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCFARLAND, Helen G., 1900-1957, (Photo)
MCFARLAND, Margaret B., 1905-1988, (Photo)
MCFARLAND, Margaret Helen, 1923-1924
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCFARLAND, Robert B., 1873-1910, (Photo)
MCGILL, Blanche, 1871-1941, (Photo)
MCGILL, Elizabeth J., 1852-1918, same stone as W. J., (Photo)
MCGILL, Elizabeth, 1899-1967, (Photo)
MCGILL, Ethel H., Oct. 1, 1901-Apr. 24, 1999, (Photo)
MCGILL, Gertrude MORTIMER, 1882-1955, (Photo)
MCGILL, Oliver W., 1873-1952, (Photo)
MCGILL, W. J., 1837-1924, same stone as Elizabeth J., (Photo)
MCGILL, William J., Oct. 18, 1900-July 17, 1988, same stone as Ethel, (Photo)
MCGILL, William John, 1875-1968, (Photo)
MCGUANE, Charles P., Sep. 29, 1894, Feb. 20, 1975, US Army, (Photo)
MCIVER, Emma, 1856-1933, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCIVER, Ernest D., 1896-1946, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCIVER, Hugh, 1851-1921, (Photo), (obit), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCIVER, Robert, 1885-1964, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCJUNKIN, Elizabeth, 1851-1940, (Photo)
MCJUNKIN, large family stone, no names, (Photo)
MCJUNKIN, Rev. J. M., 1847-1917, (Photo)
MCKAY, Edgar D., 1896-1963, Dad, s/s Kittie
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCKAY, Kittie P., 1896-1985, Mother, s/s Edgar, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCKEE, Dolores Mae, 1929-1930, Same stone as Willard F., (photo2), (C&MB)
MCKEE, George R., 1898-1972, Grandfather, (obit), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCKEE, Gladys R., 1920-1997, same stone as William, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCKEE, Mary Ann "Mim", Nov. 5, 1972 - March 24, 2004, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCKEE, Willard F., 1902-1937, Father: Child Dolores Maealso
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCKEE, William A., 1919-1981, same stone as Gladys, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCKISSICK, Archie A., Jan. 7, 1906-May 23(?28), 1906
MCKISSICK, Edward, 1876-1919
MCKISSICK, Frank A., May 5, 1916-Sept. 11, 1985, Lt. Col. US Army, World War II, Korea, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCKNIGHT, Angelina, 1839-1925, (Photo)
MCKNIGHT, Ann, 1827-1904, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCKNIGHT, Thomas, 1840-1914, (Photo)
MCLARN, Elizabeth J., 1848-1939, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCLARN, family headstone with grouping of smaller stones, (Photo)
MCLARN, Mary A., 1880-1944, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCLARN, Susan D., 1870-1941, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCLARN, William D., 1843-1916, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCLAUGHLIN, F. Gerald, no dates, (Photo)
MCLAUGHLIN, Freda, 1905-1987, no stone, just metal funeral home marker from Thomas & Little, (Photo)
MCLAUGHLIN, James, 1905-1914, Boys Industrial Home, same stone as Jackie COOPER, (Photo)
MCLAUGHLIN, Lawrence C., Mar. 26, 1894-Apr. 26, 1974, (Photo)
MCLAUGHLIN, Michelle J., Sept 5, 1967-June 30, 2000, Beloved, Mother of Shanna, (Photo)
MCLAUGHLIN, Prinsetta, 1841-1920, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCLAUGHLIN, Ruth ADAMS, Jan 8, 1900-Dec. 2, 1985, (Photo)
MCLAUGHLIN, Wm. H., CO H 105 PA VOL. INF. (dates unreadable, marker buried)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCLEAN, Anne E., 1920-2000, same stone as Walter D., (Photo)
MCLEAN, Byron L., Oct. 23, 1946 - June 10, 2004, North Fayette Police engraving, s/s Teresa J.
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCLEAN, Elizabeth, 1860-1936, Mother, same stone as Robert, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCLEAN, Lilly Belle, 1897-1971, Mother, Stone inscribed at the bottom with the info for Matthew John (no last name), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCLEAN, Ralph G., June 3, 1926-Dec.12, 1948, SGT Depot Wing HOS 7200th AAC Enlisted April 8, 1946, Died in Service, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCLEAN, Robert J., 1861-1953, Father, Same stone as Eliz. Masonic symbol, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCLEAN, Walter D., 1917-1990, USAF WWII/Korea, same stone as Ann E., (Photo)
MCLEAN, Walter Scott, 1893-1966
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCLEAN?, Matthew John, Jan. 23, 1986-Jan.24, 1986, Inscribed on bottom of Lilly Belle's stone, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCMAHAN, Sarah D., 1854-1911, Mother, same stone as William H., (Photo)
MCMAHAN, William H., 1854-1930, Father, same stone as Sarah D., (Photo)
MCMURRAY, Colleen GARRETT, 1936-1994, (Photo)
MCMURRAY, Edward R., 1870-1937, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCMURRAY, Genevieve JOHNSTON, June 2, 1908- Apr. 27, 1975, Beloved Companion, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCMURRAY, George W., Sept. 16, 1846-Aug. 9, 1895, Gone but not forgotten, same monument as Cora Mae BOVARD, (Photo), (photo2), (photo3), (C&MB)
MCMURRAY, John, 1822-1897, same stone as Margaret CALDWELL, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCMURRAY, Kate GAMBLE, 1866-1932, stone next to U. Grant, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCMURRAY, Margaret CALDWELL, 1825-1905, his wife, same stone as John, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCMURRAY, Mary M., 1863-1933, Mother, same stone as Robert, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCMURRAY, Robert W. J., 1901-1993, (Photo)
MCMURRAY, Robert W., 1857-1939, Father, same stone as Mary M., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MCMURRAY, U. Grant, 1865-1932, stone next to Kate GAMBLE McM., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MCMURRAY, William J., 1930-no date, US Navy Korea 1950-1954, (Photo)
MEDREN, Andrew, Born 1888, Died Feb. 1, 1942, Enlisted Oct. 5, 1917, Discharged Aug. 28, 1919, (Photo)
METZ, Catherine, Born Aug. 18, 1846, Died Mar. 14, 1905, Mother, (Photo)
METZ, Charles A., 1881-1926, Father, (Photo)
METZ, Charles A., 1904-1971, Father
, (photo2), (C&MB)
METZ, Dorothy, 1924-1935, (photo2), (C&MB)
METZ, Elizabeth, 1880-1966, (Photo)
METZ, Henry, 1876-1947, (Photo)
METZ, Jacob, 1872-1946, Father, (Photo)
METZ, Jacob Jr., d: Nov. 7, 1919, (Obit below)
METZ, Julia, 1886-1958, (Photo)
METZ, Katherine, 1878-1963, (Photo)
METZ, Martha J., 1911 - 2001, Mother, same stone as Thomas, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
METZ, Minnie, 1887-1972, (Photo)
METZ, Peter, 1874-1924, (Photo)
METZ, Philip, 1873-1942, (Photo) (Obit below)
METZ, Philip, Sr., 1846-1924, (Photo)
METZ, Rose, 1881-1900, Mother, (Photo)
METZ, Sandra L., 1949-2002, Mother & Grandmother, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
METZ, Thomas E., 1911-1985, Father, same stone as Martha J., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
METZ, Unknown female, January 22, 1928, infant daughter of Mr. & Mrs. David METZ, (Obit below)
METZ, Valentine, 1883-1906, (Photo)
MIDDLEMUS, Grace Marie (MILLER), July 1, 1900- Dec. 2?, 1928
, (Obit below)
MIHEVC, Frank, 1897-1937, Father, (Photo)
MIHEVC, Mildred, 1828-1930, (Photo)
MILLER, Cora Ann, 1872-1961, same stone as Walter Burdette, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MILLER, Donny J., died 1941, same stone as John, Gladys and Joy, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MILLER, Gladys J., died 1992, same stone as John Donny and Joy, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MILLER, John J. Sr., died 1970, same stone as Gladys, Donny and Joy, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MILLER, Joy J., died 1933, same stone as John, Gladys and Donny, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MILLER, Walter Burdette, 1875-1938, same stone as Cora Ann, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MITCHELL, Martha E. MCMURRAY, 1898-1952, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MOORE, Eleanor M., Feb. 17, 1915-Dec. 28, 1987, same stone as Melvin, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MOORE, Esther Anna, 1892-197(3?), same stone as Wesley, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MOORE, James E., 1863-1935, same stone as Nancy E., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MOORE, Lydie M., 1875-1958, same stone as Nelson E., (Photo)
MOORE, Melvin W., Nov. 28, 1907-June 17, 1988, same stone as Eleanor, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MOORE, Nancy E., 1870-1931, same stone as James E., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MOORE, Nelson E., 1873-1961, same stone as Lydie M., (Photo)
MOORE, Robert A., 1859-1927
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MOORE, Wesley Arnold, 1890-1989, same stone as Esther, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MORIARITY, Francis P., 1926-1998, s/s Mary Jane, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MORIARTY, Mary Jane, 1930-2003, s/s Francis P., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MORITZ, Adam, Aug. 27, 1872-April 1, 1958, same stone as Mathilda, (Photo), (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
MORITZ, John, May 3, 1902-May 18, 1913, (Photo)
MORITZ, Mathilda M. (Miller), 1874-1946, same stone as Adam, (Photo), (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
MORRIDA, Edward A., Sept. 12, 1928-Oct. 23, 1988, Cpl. US Army, Korea, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MORRIDA, Ronnie, June 26, 1961-June 15, 1962, same stone as Joseph TINNION, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MORRIS, Edward R., 1943-1989, metal funeral home marker (Thomas & Little), (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
MORROW, no names, (Photo)
MORROW, T. J. E., 1849-1912, (Photo)
MORTIMER, Ethel, 1886-1914, (Photo)
MORTIMER, Samuel A., 1855-1926, (Photo)
MULL, Ernest, d: abt. 7/21/1921, (obit)
MURPHY, Gertrude, 1888-1897, (Photo)
MURPHY, Joseph H., Mar. 19, 1856-Aug. 6, 1941, same stone as Wm. Ockerman, (Photo)
MURPHY, Wm. Ockerman, Feb. 13, 1888-Feb. 6, 1958, same stone as Joseph H., (Photo)
MURRAY, Robert, 1926-1984, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
MUSSER, Dorothy DUNKLE, 1893-1944, (Photo)
MYNERT, Jeremiah, 1894-1929, Father
NAGUY, Nick 1892-1935, may have had a picture attached at one time, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NATION, Douglas P., 1961-2002, Beloved Husband Father, (Photo)
NEILSON, William, 1878-1948, (Photo)
NELSON, Alice M., Dec. 24, 1922-no date, same stone as Carl, (Photo)
NELSON, Carl R., July 14, 1922-June 25, 1985, M/Sgt. US Army, WWII, same stone as Alice M., (Photo)
NELSON, David H. "Perry", Aug. 15, 1902 - July 5, 1983
, (photo2), (C&MB)
NELSON, Jack E. 1918-no date, same stone as Ruth, (Photo)
NELSON, Ruth Anne, 1918-1972, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
NELSON, Sarah L. or I., 1872-1944, Mother, same stone as William, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NELSON, William A., 1869-1933, Father, same stone as Sarah L. (could be Sarah I.), (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NESBIT, Ann E., 1811-1885, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NESBIT, Charles B., 1872-1926, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NESBIT, Ebenezer E., 1853-1874, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NESBIT, Emily, 1803-1881, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NESBIT, family headstone with grouping of smaller stones, (Photo)
NESBIT, Frank Jr., Dec. 19, 1934 - August 11, 2006
, (photo2), (C&MB)
NESBIT, Harry J., Born Sept. 8, 1871, Died Sept. 24, 1956, Captain Co. C. 14th P.V.I., Enl. April 27, 1898, Disc. Feb. 28, 1899, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
NESBIT, James M., 1809-1977, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NESBIT, Jane, 1910-1963, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NESBIT, Jennie B., 1848-1934, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NESBIT, John W., 1840-1925, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NESBIT, Stephen K., 1848-1891, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NEUMAN, Carl J., 1901-1978, same stone as Ruth C., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NEUMAN, Ruth C., 1912, same stone as Carl J., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NICE, Edith E., 1905-2000, Beloved Mother and Grandma, (Photo)
NICE, Elmer E., July 1, 1912-March 25, 1987, US Navy World War II, flat bronze marker
, (photo2), (C&MB)
NICE, Elmer T., 1885-1955, Father, (Photo)
NICE, Lee, Apr. 22, 1890-Apr. 3, 1918, Mother, At Rest, (Photo)
NICE, Mae, July 23, 1933-Ma(?), 20, 1994, (Photo)
NICE, Martha L., 1914-1969, Mother
, (photo2), (C&MB)
NICE, William R., Jun 30, 1938 - July 16, 2009
, (photo2), (C&MB)
NICHOLSON, Elizabeth, 18?2 - 1910
, (photo2), (C&MB)
NIESER, Caroline, 1846-193*, very worn, (Photo)
NIESER, Charles L., 1840-1906, Father, same stone as Christina, (Photo)
NIESER, Christina, 1845-1932, Mother, same stone as Charles, (Photo)
NIESER, F. W., age 6 years, (Photo)
NIESER, George C., 1904-1905, (Photo)
NIESER, John Albert, 1909-1930, (Photo)
NIESER, John V., Born Dec. 26, 1873, Died July 11, 1947, Pvt. Co. C, 14th PVI, Enl. May 10, 1898, Disc. Feb. 28, 1899, (Photo)
NIESER, Louis, 1869-1886, (Photo)
NIESER, Mena C. SUDEKUM, 1873-1957, (Photo)
NIESER, William, 1877-1900, (Photo)
NONCLERG, Evelyn V., 1920-1995, same stone as Laurent, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
NONCLERG, Laurent, 1918-1991, same stone as Evelyn V., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NONCLERG, Michael D., Dec. 6, 1951-Dec. 17, 1980, (Obit, Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
NONCLERG, Victor, 1942-1995, Masonic symbol, Beloved Husband and Father, Ad Astra Per Aspera, (Photo)
NORRIS, Grace A., "Gram", 1927-1995, (Photo)
O'CONNOR, Lawrence A., 1934-2003, same stone as Virginia, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
O'CONNOR, Virginia L., 1935-1992, same stone as Lawrence, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
OLPTER, Anna, 1886-1940, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
OLPTER, Joseph F., 1913-1995, same stone as Rose E., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
OLPTER, Rose E., 1914-2003, same stone as Joseph F., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
OLPTER, Walter, 1886-1952, Father, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
OLPTER, Walter, 1915-2004, same stone as Hazel M., (Photo)
OPEKA, Antoinette, 1898 - 1993, same stone as John
, (photo2), (C&MB)
OPEKA, John, 1890 - 1963, same stone as Antoinette
, (photo2), (C&MB)
OPTER, Hazel M., 1919-2002, same stone as Walter, (Photo)
OWENS, Mary A., 1892-1968, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
OWENS, Thomas J., Apr. 27, 1921-Jan. 2, 1941, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
OWENS, William L., 1890-1959, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
PACE, Herbert M., 1914-2000, Father of Mary Ann, Pap of Joan, Sis, Herb, Mike, Eric, Jenny. Back of stone-Great-grandpap of Jamie, Joey, Justin, Josh, Adrienne, Marissa, Jon, Nicky, Rachel, Mike Jr., Great-great-grandpap of Caiden, (Photo)
PALFREYMAN, Rae A., 1934-no date, same stone as William W., (Photo)
PALFREYMAN, William W., 1934-1994, same stone as Rae A., (Photo)
PALMER, David C., 1903-1971, Together Forever: Grandson 1957: Same stone as Minnie, (photo2), (C&MB)
PALMER, David E., 1910-1982, Father, (Photo)
PALMER, Elmer "Bud", July 24, 1932 - May 2, 2009
, (photo2), (C&MB)
PALMER, Minnie, 1903-1985, Together Forever: Grandson 1957: Same stone as David, (photo2), (C&MB)
PAOLINO, Earlene A., March 24, 1950 - Nov. 24, 2006
, (photo2), (C&MB)
PAOLINO, Fostina E., 1920-1980, Beloved Wife and Mother, (photo2), (C&MB)
PAPE, Marie, 1937-1988, beloved wife and mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
PARK, Laughlin, 1843-1920, (Photo)
PARKER, John B., Dec. 31, 1907-Dec. 18, 1961, Father, (Photo)
PARTIN, Betty M., 1933-no date, Daughter, (Photo)
PARTIN, Britt K., Mar. 7, 1875-Mar. 17, 1930, Father, same stone as Cora C.
, (photo2), (C&MB)
PARTIN, Cora C., Oct. 24, 1882-July 7, 1967, Mother, same stone as Britt K., (photo2), (C&MB)
PARTIN, Irene, 1909-1984, Beloved Grandmother, (Photo), (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
PARTIN, Mary A., 1908-2000, same stone as Walter F., (Photo)
PARTIN, Robert V., 1910-1972, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
PARTIN, Walter F., 1908-1986, same stone as Mary A., (Photo)
PATTERSON, George R., Jan. 14, 1927 - June 12, 1949, Pennsylvania TEC5 3613 QM Truck Co., WWII
, (photo2), (C&MB)
PAULINE, Mary, Nov. 11, 1889 - Oct. 18, 1922
, (photo2), (C&MB)
PAXTON, Bessie J. (Sturgeon), Jan. 5, 1881-Sept. 3, 1939, same stone as Lloyd S., (Photo), (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
PAXTON, Lloyd S., 1879-1968, same stone as Bessie J., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
PEASE, Elizabeth, 1869-1937, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
PEASE, S. Willson, 1869 / Jan. 25, 1952, (Photo) (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
PEDICORD, Anna L., 1858-1926, His Wife, same stone as T. W., (Photo)
PEDICORD, John T., Corp., 1898-1918, Co. F. PA 111th Inf., (Photo)
PEDICORD, Mary Alice, April 4, 1918 / March 29, 1919, d/o William R. and Alice G. PEDICORD (nee REMALEY)
, (Obit below)
PEDICORD, T. W., 1849-1908, same stone as Anna L., (Photo)
PEFFER, Florence, June ?, 1816 / June ?, 1816, (Photo)
PEFFER, Harry, 1886-1916, (Photo)
PEFFER, Joseph C., Apr. 28, 1857-May 4, 1899, (Photo)
PERKINS, Elizabeth B., 1914-1989, same stone as John PERKINS and Mary BARBER, (Photo)
PERKINS, John V., 1917-2001, same stone as Mary BARBER & Eliz. PERKINS, (Photo)
PERRIN, Clyde Hall, 1880-1956, Father, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
PERRIN, Myrtle E. MCMURRAY, 1886-1948, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
PETROVICIC, Anthony, 1926-1986, BT3 US Navy WWII, same stone as Vera, a leaping fish engraved on the stone, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
PETROVICIC, Verna L., 1930-no date, same stone as Anthony, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
PHELPS, Anna M., 1853-1927, (Photo)
PHELPS, no names, (Photo)
PHELPS, Thomas K., 1878-1915, (Photo)
PHILLIPS, James F., Sept. 4, 1917, Co N 2nd Ohio ____, very worn, (Photo)
PICKERING, Rachel MCALISTER, 1883-1954, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
PLATT, Agnes McMurray, 1893 - 1987
, (photo2), (C&MB)
PLATT, James C., 1892-1974, Masonic symbol, separate stone between arms of main PLATT stone, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
PLATT, large family stone with two urn-shaped stones on either side, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
PLATT, Lillian D., 1854-1938, Mother, engraved on main stone with Samuel, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
PLATT, Samuel, 1856-1943, Father, engraved on main stone with Lillian, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
POLLAK, John S., 1902-1969, (photo2), (C&MB)
POLLOCK, Bertha M., 1872-1959, Same stone as Willis E., (photo2), (C&MB)
POLLOCK, Willis E., 1866-1936, Same stone as Bertha M., (photo2), (C&MB)
POND, Anna E., 1921-1991, Mom, same stone as Vernon G., (Photo)
POND, Donald E., May 26, 1952, Dec. 1, 1954, Sons, same stone as Wayne, (Photo)
POND, Vernon G., Sr., 1918-1987, Pop, PFC US Army, WW II, same stone as Anne E., (Photo)
POND, Wayne, Aug. 3, 1961-Aug. 3, 1962, (Photo)
PORTER, Anna C., Jan. 2, 1876-June 19, 1975, (Photo)
PORTER, Charlotte S., May 21, 1885, June 6, 1963, almost buried, (Photo)
PORTER, Henry Sr., 1844-1921, same stone as Mary, (Photo), (obit below)
PORTER, James, Mar. 17, 1878-May 16, 1949, (Photo)
PORTER, Mary, 1848-1919, his wife, same stone as Henry Sr., (obit below), (Photo)
PORTER, no readable names, (Photo)
PORTER, William F., Mar. 3, 1882-Sept. 26, 1947, (Photo)
PORTER?, Henry Jr., 1868-1913, no last name but next to Henry Porter Sr., (Photo)
POTTER, Richard J., 1933-1952, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
POTTER, Roe W., 1895-1975, Pvt. US Army World War I, (photo2), (C&MB)
POTTER, Ruth E., 1907 - 2002
, metal funeral home marker, (photo2), (C&MB)
POTTER, Theodore Geo., Oct. 31, 1896, Mar. 13, 1951, Enl. March 12, 1916, Disc. March 12, 1920, Fireman 1/C, US Navy, (Photo)
POTTS, Margaret L., 1870-1945, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
POWELL, Margaret B., 1913-1994, Beloved Mama and Grandmother, (photo2), (C&MB)
RANCE, Rose M., Nov. 20, 1925-Dec. 3, 1998, (Photo)
RANNELS, Clarke, Co. K., 45 US C Vol. Inf. Aug 25, 1908, (Photo)
RANNELS, Earl F., Dec. **, ?1898-Died June 2*, 1927, Enlisted Oct. *, 1917, Discharged July 19, 1919, PVT. 1 C Trans Corps, (Photo)
RAY, Agnes Alba, July 6, 1933-June 13, 1980, Sister, (Photo)
RAY, Bertha, 1889-1951, Same stone as Thomas
, (photo2), (C&MB)
RAY, Floyd N., Dec. 3, 1931-Dec. 19, 1989, A1C US Air Force Korea, (Photo)
RAY, George, Dec. 15, 1911, Aug. 11, 1986, Brother, Pvt. US Army WW II, (Photo)
RAY, Thomas, 1877-1957, Same stone as Bertha, (photo2), (C&MB)
REDENBAUGH, Louis John, 1967-199(2)?, (Photo)
REED, Edna E., May 20, 1917-Mar 26, 1969, Wife
, (photo2), (C&MB)
REED, Samuel, June 27, 1914-May 6, 1983, Husband, (photo2), (C&MB)
REIBEL, Helen, 1905-1985, (photo2), (C&MB)
REILLY, Hugh James, 1905-1993, Same stone as Sara E. MC KISSICK REILLY, (photo2), (C&MB)
REILLY, Sara E. MC KISSICK, 1911-Jan. 4, 2008, Same stone as Hugh James, (obit), (photo2), (C&MB)
REILLY, Wayne Lester, Feb. 11, 1933-Oct. 24, 1955, 2nd Lt. 438th FTR Interceptor Sq. USAF Enl. August 26, 1952 Killed in Service, Oct. 24, 1955
REMALEY, Clara C., 1859-1905, (Photo)
RENIETADTLEN baby, d: 8/1921, (obit)
RHODES, Ira J., 1893-1937, Father, (Photo)
RICHARDS, not readable otherwise, (Photo)
RICHARDS, Bertha S., 1883-1962, (Photo)
RICHARDS, Christina M., 1850-1917, (Photo)
RICHARDS, Edna Althea, 1880-1946, (Photo)
RICHARDS, Effie Christina, 1889-1947, (Photo)
RICHARDS, Elizabeth, died Feb. 26, 1922, (Photo), (obit below)
RICHARDS, Emma M., 1876-1968, (Photo)
RICHARDS, family stone, no names, (Photo)
RICHARDS, J. G., 1840-1907, (Photo)
RICHARDS, Linnie L., 1871-1950, (Photo)
RICHARDS, Sylvanus H., 1847-1930, (Photo)
RICHARDSON, Beyerly, Co. D. * US COL. Troop, Mar. 12, 1900, (Photo)
RIES, Daniel G., died 1949, Father, same stone as Irene H., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
RIES, Irene H., died 1959, Mother, same stone as Daniel, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
RIFLEY, Catherine, 1840-1921, His Wife, (Photo), (obit)
RIFLEY, Jacob B., 1840-1913, Serg. Co G. 188, Reg. PVI, 1861-1865, same stone as Catherine, (Photo)
RITER, J. A., no dates, just a flat white stone mostly buried, (Photo)
RITER, James Albert, Nov. 16, 18**-Feb. 3, 1907, son of J. A. & M.B. RITER, stone shaped like a tree stump with a reclining lamb, very worn, (Photo)
RITSON, John W., 1913-1990, same stone as Rose & Thomas, (Photo)
RITSON, Rose M., 1915-1989, same stone as John & Thomas, (Photo)
RITSON, Thomas A., 1937-1961, US Navy, same stone as John & Rose, (Photo)
ROBB, family stone, no names, (Photo)
ROBB, Martha E., 1846-1913, (Photo)
ROBERTS, Louis, 1848-1913, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
ROBERTSON, Eva F., 1875-1949, same stone as John J., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ROBERTSON, Howard L., Father, Feb. 3, 1895-Aug. **, 1963, same stone as Nancy, partially buried, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ROBERTSON, John J., 1874-1951, same stone as Eva F., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ROBERTSON, Mary E., 1887-1911, (Photo)
ROBERTSON, Nancy E., Mother, Dec. 29, 1899-Dec. 30, 1963, same stone as Howard, partially buried, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
ROBINSON, Bella CROOKS, 1886-1965, (Photo)
ROBINSON, Bertha C., 1912-1984, Same stone as Clarence E.
, (photo2), (C&MB)
ROBINSON, C., 1855-1926, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ROBINSON, Clarence E., 1906-1969, Same stone as Bertha C., (photo2), (C&MB)
ROBINSON, Cora Anita, 1915-1982, (Photo)
ROBINSON, Edward F., 1922-1989, same stone as Marie, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
ROBINSON, George J., Born June 4, 1880-Died Oct. 24, 1944, Pvt. Co. C. 14th P.V.I., Enl. April 27, 1898, Disc. Feb. 28, 1899, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ROBINSON, James, 1901-1916, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ROBINSON, Lettie A., 1857-1926, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ROBINSON, Marie A., 1921-1985, same stone as Edward, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ROBINSON, Robert, 1886-1867, (Photo)
ROSENBERGER, Gladys M., Mar. 27, 1934, In Loving Memory, Intertwined wedding rings with the date Aug. 25, 1956, same stone as Robert, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
ROSENBERGER, Robert W., Mar. 15, 1930-Jan. 8, 1994, In Loving Memory, Intertwined wedding rings with the date, Aug. 25, 1956, same stone as Gladys, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ROSS, James A., 1869-1937, Husband, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ROSS, Sarah E., 1874-1939, Wife, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ROY, Ellen, 1851-1923, Mother, same stone as James, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ROY, James, 1846-1938, Father, same stone as Ellen, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
RUMBAUGH, Anna J., 1873-1903, dau. of James and Sarah RUMBAUGH, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
RUMBAUGH, James, 1851-1918, same stone as Sarah, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
RUMBAUGH, Sarah, 1850-1926, his wife, same stone as James, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
RUSH, William J., Feb. 11, 1920-Nov. 20, 1999, Sgt. US Army World War II, (Photo)
RUSS, A. James, Feb. 20, 1921-no date, same stone as Alice STAUFFER, In Peace With Jesus, (Photo)
RUSS, Alice STAUFFER, Jan. 10, 1925, same stone as A. James, In Peace With Jesus, (Photo)
RUSS, Arthur J., 1876-1947, same stone as Jane ROBB, (Photo)
RUSS, Jane ROBB, 1884-1948, same stone as Arthur J., (Photo)
RUSSI, Beverly E., 1942-1978, (Photo)
RUZSA, Martin, 1866-1946, Same stone as Mary
, (photo2), (C&MB)
RUZSA, Mary, 1871-1950, Same stone as Martin, (photo2), (C&MB)
RUZSA, William J., Born May 28, 1903 Died July 23, 1940, Son, (photo2), (C&MB)
SALOUM, Annie, 1913-1920, could "possibly" be Annie S. ALOUM, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
SAYRE, Esther D., 1886-1970, same stone as Floyd F., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
SAYRE, Floyd F., 1887-1939, same stone as Esther D., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SCHOLZ, Herbert G., 1907-1996, Same stone as Lila, (photo2), (C&MB)
SCHOLZ, Lila M., 1910-2006, Same stone as Herbert, (photo2), (C&MB)
SCHULZE, Christina K., Dec. 25, 1906-June 9, 1984, same stone as son Jack, (Photo)
SCHULZE, Jack, June 8, 1930, infant son, same stone as Christina, (Photo)
SCHUMACHER, Carl M., Oct. 31, 1919-Feb. 26, 2001, US Army, World War II, (Photo)
SCHUMACHER, Ethel A., Sept. 18, 1925-May 15, 2002, (Photo)
SCHWEINBERGER, Joseph, 1867-1933, My Father, (Photo)
SCOTT, Anna HENNEMUTH, Died Jan. 16, 1914, in her 23rd year, Wife of Clyde SCOTT, At Rest, (Photo)
SCOTT, Clara L., 1885-1967, same stone as Guy W., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SCOTT, Grace JONES, Jun. 2, 1937-Aug. 14, 1996, same stone as Kenneth A., (Photo)
SCOTT, Guy W., 1884-1926, same stone as Clara L., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SCOTT, Guy, 1926-1982, PFC, US Army WW II, Same stone as Rose C., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
SCOTT, Infant daughter of Guy and Rose SCOTT, June 21, 1968, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
SCOTT, Kenneth A., Jan. 8, 1935-Dec. 2, 2000, US Navy, Korea, same stone as Grace JONES SCOTT, (Photo)
SCOTT, Margaret, 1853-1919, (Photo)
SCOTT, Margaret P., 1899-1925
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SCOTT, Rose C., 1937-no date, same stone as Guy, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
SEXTON, Minnie, 1841-1918, (Photo)
SHANNON, Albert M., Born Dec. 3, 1898, Died Feb. 19, 1964, PFC Co. A. 103rd Field Sig. Bn., Enl. April 26, 1917, Disc. May 19, 1919, (Photo)
SHANNON, Aline B., Born Jan. 2, 1904, Died Apr. 8, 1985, (Photo)
SHANNON, Richard D., May 22, 1930-Aug. 3, 1996, US Marine Corps Korea, same stone as Shirley, (Photo)
SHANNON, Shirley, Jan. 14, 1933-no date, same stone as Richard, (Photo)
SHARMAN, Annie, 1864-1939, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SHAY, Emma C., 1865-1928, (photo2), (C&MB)
SHAY, Thomas C., 1861-1925, (photo2), (C&MB)
SHRUM, Alice M., July 2, 1872-Dec. 27, 1951, Wife of William H., Mother, (Photo), (obit below)
SHRUM, David H., 1958-2002, Son, Love Lives On, same stone as Hedwig, (Photo)
SHRUM, Frank O., Sr., 1900-1955, Father, (Photo)
, (obit below)
SHRUM, Hedwig, 1931-no date, Mother, Love Lives On, same stone as David H., (Photo)
SHRUM, William H., Nov. 23, 1870-Apr. 30, 1941, Pvt. Co. C 14th PA Vol. Inf., Enl. Apr. 27, 1898, Disc. Nov. 13, 1898, (Photo)
(Obit below)
SIGLEY, Mildred J., 1905-1980, same stone as Ray R., (Photo)
SIGLEY, Ray R., 1907-no date, same stone as Mildred J., (Photo)
SIMPSON, Aureola A., 1879-1962, same stone as Lawrence R., (Photo)
SIMPSON, Bert H., 1872-1949, same stone as Flora L., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SIMPSON, Edward, 1922-2002, same stone as Mae, US Navy WW II, (Photo)
SIMPSON, Elsie V., 1897-1985, (Photo)
SIMPSON, Flora L., 1875-1956, same stone as Bert H., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SIMPSON, Lawrence R., 1874-1946, same stone as Aureola A., (Photo)
SIMPSON, Mae, 1929-1995, same stone as Edward, (Photo)
SIMPSON?, Father, no other inscription, located between SIMPSON stones, (Photo)
SIMPSON?, Mother, no other inscription, located between SIMPSON stones, (Photo)
SKOP, Alma, 1923-1999, no stone, metal funeral home marker (Thomas & Little), (Photo)
SLACK, Jeannette R., 1870-1971, same stone as Joseph W., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SLACK, Joseph W., 1880-1980, same stone as Jeannette R., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
SLATER, Clara D., 1885-1962, (Photo)
SLATER, W. Wayne, 1907-1921, (Photo)
SLATER, William E., 1872-1962, (Photo)
SLOAN, Esther RUSS, 1918-1997, (Photo)
SLY, George A.., 1889-1939, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SLY, Mary D., 1854-1930, same stone as Robert, (Photo)
SLY, Robert C., 1855-1936, same stone as Mary, (Photo)
SMELNYAK, Anna, 1901-1925, Mother, (Photo)
SMELNYAK, Julius, 1892-1961, Husband, same stone as Mary T., (Photo)
SMELNYAK, Mary T., 1895-1988, Wife, same stone as Julius, (Photo)
SMILNYAK, Lenke, Sept. 11, 1917-Mar. 22, 1921, (Photo)
SMILNYAK, Paula, Mar. 10, 1920-Mar. 7, 1921, (Photo)
SMILNYEK, Andrew J., Born Aug. 12, 1923, KIA April 20, 1944, S/SGT. 328th Bomb. Sq. 93rd Bomb. Grp. AAF, Enl. May 22, 1942, (Photo)
SMITH, (no name engraved/other stacked stones nearby), (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SMITH, Bertha, Aug. 31, 1878-July 3, 1936, same stone as Frank, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
SMITH, Ellen L., Feb. 24, 1867-Mar. 19, 1936, (photo2), (C&MB)
SMITH, Frank, Sept. 23, 1862-May 15, 1948, same stone as Bertha, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
SMITH, Jane G., 1893-1971, Wife, same stone as Russell J., (Photo)
SMITH, Margaret, 1856 - 1908
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SMITH, Marie V. YOUNG, Dec. 22, 1918-Feb. 6, 2001, Beloved Wife, (photo2), (C&MB)
SMITH, Minnie M., August 11, 1886- March 28 (26), 1958, same stone as William, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
SMITH, Russell J., 1894-1968, Husband, same stone as Jane C., (Photo)
SMITH, William H., Jr., Oct 10, 1905-Oct 18, 1990, (Photo)
SMITH, William H. Sr., March 22, 1877-January 6, 1946, same stone as Minnie, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SNATCHKO, John C., 1940 - 2006, s/s Ruth A.
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SNATCHKO, Ruth A., 1939 - 2007, s/s John C.
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SPANGLER, Blair, 1902-1975, Grant Eternal Rest O Lord, same stone as Emily, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
SPANGLER, Emily, 1900-1973, Grant Eternal Rest O Lord, same stone as Blair, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
SPARKENBAUGH, LYDIA, 1885-1922, (Photo)
SPARKS, Lonnie L., 1884-1944, same stone as Nellie B., (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SPARKS, Lonnie L., June 4, 1884-July 22, 1944, Pennsylvania, PVT 132 Co. Coast Arty, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
SPARKS, Nellie B., 1888-1968, same stone as Lonnie L. , (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
SPEER, Agnes, 1905-1905, (Photo)
SPEER, Emma Elsie, 1877-1939, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SPEER, Ernest Nimal, 1923-1943, S2 US Navy, World War II, (Photo)
SPEER, Mary E., 1868-1951, same stone as William and Agnes, (Photo)
SPEER, William E., 1860-1945, same stone as Mary & Agnes, (Photo)
SPEER, William L., 1851-1930, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
SPRINGER, Ebert W., 1875-1956, FATHER, same stone as Hortense SPRINGER, IN LOVING MEMORY, (photo2), (C&MB)
SPRINGER, Hortense K., 1881-1957, MOTHER, same stone as Ebert W. SPRINGER, (photo2), (C&MB)
SPRINGER, Howard E., 1877-1933, (photo2), (C&MB)
SPRINGER, John S., 1835-1914, same stone as Sarah M. SPRINGER, (photo2), (C&MB)
SPRINGER, Minnie B., 1867-1938, (photo2), (C&MB)
SPRINGER, Robert Dunbar, 1861-1944, s/s Sarah Ellen, (photo2), (C&MB)
SPRINGER, Sarah Ellen, 1872-1946, In God's Care inscribes at top, s/s Robert Dunbar, (photo2), (C&MB)
SPRINGER, Sarah M., 1842-1917, His Wife, same stone as John S. SPRINGER, (photo2), (C&MB)
STANTON, Cleve, 1872-1931, son, (Photo)
STANTON, Elmer C., 1873-1894, Son, (Photo)
STATLER, Esther MCMURRAY, 1923-1974, Lt. U. S. Navy Nurse Corps, WW II, 1945-1946, Korean, 1951-1956, (Photo)
STEPHENSON, Leslie N., 1892-1946, Dearly beloved husband
STEVENS, Edward, 1876-1959, same stone as Rena, (Photo)
STEVENS, Rena, 1884-1961, same stone as Edward, (Photo)
STEVENSON, Alfred C., 1872-1903, same stone as Samuel, Rachel, Charles, infant dau. T. Charles, Margaret C., (Photo)
STEVENSON, Charles H., 1902-1902, same stone as Samuel R., Rachel G., infant dau., Alfred C., T. Charles, Margaret C., (Photo)
STEVENSON, Infant daughter, 1901, same stone as Samuel R., Rachel G., Charles H. Alfred C., T. Charles, Margaret C., (Photo)
STEVENSON, Leslie N., 1892 - 1946, Dearly Beloved Husband
, (photo2), (C&MB)
STEVENSON, Margaret C., 1876-1921, same stone as Samuel, Sarah, Charles, infant dau., T. Charles, Alfred, (Photo)
STEVENSON, Marion SCHELLINGER, 1886-no date, (Photo)
STEVENSON, Rachel G., 1840-1916, same stone as Samuel R., Charles H., infant dau., Alfred C., T. Charles, Margaret C., (Photo)
STEVENSON, Samuel R., 1844-1903, same stone as Rachel G., Charles H., infant dau., Alfred C., T. Charles, Margaret C., (Photo)
STEVENSON, T. Chas., M. D., 1868-1909, same stone as Samuel, Sarah, Charles, infant dau., Alfred, Margaret, (Photo)
STEWART, A. Verne, 1926-1985, same stone as Alice, (Photo)
STEWART, Alice, 1928-no date, same stone as A. Verne, (Photo)
STEWART, Antonia, 1898-1973, MOTHER
, (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, Baby, 1893, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, David, 1858 - 1911, s/s Ida J., (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, David Arnold, 1924-1982, S2 US Navy, World War II, (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, Elsie, 1894-1979, same stone as Frank, (Photo)
STEWART, Ethel R., 1933-1992, same stone as Francis, (Photo)
STEWART, family headstone, with grouping of smaller stones, (Photo)
STEWART, Francis E., 1928-1985, Cpl. US Army, same stone as Ethel, (Photo)
STEWART, Frank, 1891-1969, same stone as Elsie, (Photo)
STEWART, George H., 1881-1938, (Photo)
STEWART, Howard E., 1889-1962, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, Ida J., 1861 - 1922, s/s David, (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, Isaac Frank, Born Feb. 15, 1891, Died Sept. 6, 1969, Cpl. Co A 319th Inf., Enl. Oct. 4, 1917, Disc. Sept. 24, 1919, (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, Katy Belle, 1914-1953, same stone as Wilson, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, Margaret E, 1895-1977, same stone as Samuel, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, Margaret L., 1852-1938, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, Ollie, 1870-1934, (Photo)
STEWART, Samuel A., 1896-1962, same stone as Margaret, he also has a military stone, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, Samuel A., Born July 8, 1896, Died Sept. 4, 1962, Pvt. Co. C. 1045h Engr. 29th Div. Enl. Sept 4, 1918, Disc. May 30, 1919, (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, William J., 1849-1932, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, Wilson D., 1888-1957, same stone as Katy, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
STEWART, Winfred Glenn, 1898 - 1960, PVT CO B 47TH ENGRS. Enl. May 27, 1918 - Disc. Jan. 22, 1919
, (photo2), (C&MB)
STINSON, Rose Marie, 1928-1996, (Photo)
STOCK, Anna Mary, 1924, grouped with KELLY, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
STRYEP, Elizabeth J., 1900-1953, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
STURGEON, Edna Mae, Oct. 14, 1885-April 6, 1976, Mother, (Photo)
STURGEON, Eliza K., 1841-1916, (Photo)
STURGEON, Ethel H., 1888-1953, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
STURGEON, Everett K., 1920-1993, Tec 4, US Army, World War II, (Photo)
STURGEON, Gladys L., 1897-1991, Mother, (Photo)
STURGEON, H. Wallace, Nov. 1, 1887-July 20, 1967, Father, (Photo)
STURGEON, Infant son of Walter G. and Mary McD. STURGEON, 1901, (Photo)
STURGEON, James G., Jr., 1915-1973, (Photo)
STURGEON, James Glenn, 1882-1944, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
STURGEON, Jas. V., 1843-1910, (Photo)
STURGEON, Joseph R., 1848-1929, same stone as Margaret, (Photo)
STURGEON, large family stone, no names engraved, (Photo)
STURGEON, Margaret, 1854-1907, His Wife, (Photo)
STURGEON, Paul C., 1899-1968, Father, (Photo)
STURGEON, Samuel H., 1839-1916, (Photo)
STURGEON, W. Denton, 1925-1938, Son, (Photo)
STURGEON, Wallace L., Feb. 1, 1914 - Feb. 4, 2002, Masonic Symbol, (Photo)
, (photo2), (C&MB)
STYPERK, Stella A., 1900-1986, Mother, (Photo)
SUDEKUM, George, 1844-1928, between the dates is an engraving of three joined rings, (Photo)
SUDEKUM, Hannah M. (Mills), June 3, 1854-May 25, 1931, (Photo) (Obit below)
SUDEKUM, large family stone, no names , (Photo)
SUDEKUM, Margaret, 1893-1966, (Photo)
SWARTZ, Anna Elizabeth CLELAND, Died Sept. 19, 1936, (Photo)
SWOAGER, David R., 1923-1991, Lt. 9th AAF WWII, same stone as June STURGEON, (Photo)
SWOAGER, June D. STURGEON, 1923-2005, (Photo)
SYBRANT, Laura E., 1853-1932, Mother, (Photo)
SYMOSKO, Paul P., 1926-2002, no stone, metal funeral home marker (Thomas & Little), (Photo)
TACOLA, George, 1913-1976, same stone as Ina, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
TACOLA, George F., d: Feb. 24, 2008, (obit)
TACOLA, Ina, 1912-2000, same stone as George, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
TARABA, Frank, 1924-1999, same stone as Louise, wedding rings engraved with July 5, 1950, US Navy WW II, (Photo)
TARABA, Louise, 1929-20-not engraved, same stone as Frank, wedding rings engraved with July 5, 1950, (Photo)
TARR, Agnes, 1892-1984, s/s Perry S., (Campbell marker), (photo2), (C&MB)
TARR, Perry S., 1895-1928, s/s Agnes, (Campbell marker), (photo2), (C&MB)
TAYLOR, Bernice W., 1904-1978, same stone as Samuel J., (Photo)
TAYLOR, Samuel J., 1900-1984, same stone as Bernice W., (Photo)
TAYLOR, Viola Mae, 1895-1953, (photo2), (C&MB)
THOMPSON, Carol Jean, 1924-1966, (Photo)
THOMPSON, Cynthia C., 1947-1999, (Photo)
THOMPSON, Elizabeth W., Apr. 29, 1871-Feb. 23, 1962, same stone as Joseph, (Photo)
THOMPSON, Emma, Aug. 3, 1841-Mar. 6, 1913, Mother, (Photo)
THOMPSON, Joseph S., Oct. 16, 1861, Dec. 4, 1930, same stone as Elizabeth, (Photo)
THOMPSON, Robert Marion, some military notation, Dec. 8, 1919, (obit below), (Photo)
THORN, James D., Oct. 28, 1879 / Feb. 2, 1894, (Photo)
THORNHILL, Elizabeth, 1899-1987, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
THORNHILL, Fernal N., Sept. 13, 1932-Dec. 27, 2002, Funeral home marker, Thomas-Little Funeral Services, Inc., (Photo)
THORNHILL, George W., 1894-1949, Father, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
THORNHILL, George W., 1916-1992, (Photo)
THORNHILL, George, Jr., Mar. 16, 1953-Feb. 25,1964, Our little angel lamb with flowers, (photo2), (C&MB)
THORNHILL, Gladys, 193*-1993, Mother, In Loving Memory, (Photo)
THORNHILL, Lavada (Bunny), 1937-1985, Beloved Wife, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
THORNHILL, Mildred H., 1916-1989, (Photo)
THORNHILL, Robert L., Dec. 18, 1926-Jan. 22, 1959, Cpl. 4251st Trans. Co. AUS, Enl. May 10, 1945 Disc. Jan. 5, 1947, (photo2), (C&MB)
TIDBALL, William G. , 1864-1898, (Photo)
TINNION, Joseph, Mar. 9, 1963-Mar. 11, 1963, same stone as Ronnie MORRIDA, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
TOMIKEL, Lawrence L., Sr., Sept. 25, 1925-Dec. !2, 2001, PVT US Marine Corps World War II, (Photo)
TOWARD, Alice G., May 22, 1913-Sept. 7, 1959, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
TOWARD, Robert C., March 5, 1915-Oct. 11, 1973, Pennsylvania, PFC US Army, World War II, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
TRENARY, Albert J., June 14, 1866-Aug. 18, 1946, same stone as Laura, (Photo) (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
TRENARY, Laura E., 1862-1934, same stone as Albert J., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
TRENARY, Lena M., 1897-1952, same stone as William, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
TRENARY, Mildred Jane, 1928-1930, Daughter of Wm. J. & Lena TRENARY, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
TRENARY, William J., 1893-1968, same stone as Lena M., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
TROPECK, Dorothy Mae (Bubba), 1916-1990, Forever in our hearts , (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
TUDAS, Lewis W., 1894-1957, same stone as Margaret M., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
TUDAS, Margaret M., 1897-1991, same stone as Lewis W., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
TURNELLE, Henrietta, 1901-1980, Same stone as Rudolph, (photo2), (C&MB)
TURNELLE, Rudolph, 1897-1969, Same stone as Henrietta, (photo2), (C&MB)
ULRICH, Eleanor, 1928-2006, same stone as Michael, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
ULRICH, Michael, 1921-1983, same stone as Eleanor, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
Underwood, David Michael, 1960 - 1960, (photo2), (C&MB)
VANCE, Edwin Clyde, 1882-1916, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
VANSANT, Ernest M., 1895-1945, Father, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
VANSICKLE, Alfred O., Dec. 25, 1879-July 8, 1941, Private, Troop A, US Cavalry, Enl. May 1898 Disc. 1900, 2 stones, (Photo)
VANSICKLE, Alfred Orr, 1879-1941, Father, s/s Louise JOHNSON, a medallion engraving which is a cross shape, with a circle centrally located. United Army Navy, then on each arm of the cross is written P. L., USA, R. R. and Cuba, (Photo)
VANSICKLE, Charles N., 1910-1954, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
VANSICKLE, Lillian BROOME, 1870-1951, Mother, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
VANSICKLE, Louise JOHNSON, 1884-1969, Mother, same stone as Alfred Orr, (Photo)
VANSICKLE, William "Little Billy", d: abt 9/4/1919, s/o Allie, (Obit below)
VANSICKLE, Robert, Sept. 30, 1921-Feb 23, 1952, PENNSYLVANIA PFC 207 FIELD ARTY BN WWII, (Obit below), (photo2), (C&MB)
VENALECK, Anna THOMAS, June 27, 1879 / Sept. 16, 1955, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
VENALECK, Joseph, 1878-1962, DAD, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
VINCENT, Anthony J., Jan. 27, 1898-May 6, 1942, (Photo)
VIRTUE, Thomas L., 1902-1917, (Photo)
VOYE, Frederick, July 2-1911-Sept. 4, 1911, (Photo)
VRESH, Marguerite Stewart, d: Feb. 7, 2007, (obit)
WACKER, Anna M. MILLER ,Same stone as George W. Sr., Joseph, George, Roy, Anna May, Lois Joann, (photo2), (C&MB)
WACKER, Anna May, Same stone as George W. Sr., Anna MILLER, Joseph, George W. Jr., Roy, Lois Joann, (photo2), (C&MB)
WACKER, George W. Jr., Same stone as George W. Sr., Anna MILLER, Joseph, Roy, Anna May, Lois Joann, (photo2), (C&MB)
WACKER, George W. Sr., Same stone as Anna MILLER, Joseph, George, Roy, Anna May, Lois Joann, (photo2), (C&MB)
WACKER, Jacob N., no dates, (Photo)
WACKER, Lois Joann (Geoann), Same stone as George W. Sr., Anna MILLER, Joseph, George W. Jr., Roy, Anna May, (photo2), (C&MB)
WACKER, Lucy RUMBAUGH, 1882-1968, wife of P. H. WACKER, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
WACKER, Roy M., Same stone as George W. Sr., Anna MILLER, Joseph, Anna May, Lois Joann, (photo2), (C&MB)
WACKER, S.Sgt. Joseph E., Same Stone as George W. Sr., Anna MILLER, George, Roy, Anna May, Lois Joann, (photo2), (C&MB)
WAGNER, Minnie, 1879-1933, same stone as Phillip, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
WAGNER, Phillip, 1859-1936, same stone as Minnie, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
WALK, Elmer, 1901-1975, same stone as Grace, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
WALK, Grace, 1906-1989, same stone as Elmer, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
WALKER, Bertha LAWLOR, 1898-1980, same stone as Harry Paul, (Photo)
WALKER, Charles G., March 11, 1897-Sept. 22, 1968, Cpl. 2nd Bn. 153rd DB, Enl. Aug. 30, 1918, Disc. June 4, 1919, (Photo)
WALKER, Clara, d: Feb. 16, 1922, (obit below)
WALKER, Cpl. Newton, 1867-1950, Co. A, 21st Reg. T Kansas Vol. Inf., a medallion engraving which is a cross shape, with a circle centrally located. United Army Navy, then on each arm of the cross is written P. L., USA, R. R. and Cuba, (Photo)
WALKER, Elva D., 1872-1875, same stone as Ida J., (Photo)
WALKER, Harry Paul, 1906-1981, US Army WWII, same stone as Bertha LAWLOR, (Photo)
WALKER, Ida J., 1860-1889, same stone as Elva D., (Photo)
WALKER, James J., 1900-1914, (Photo)
WALKER, Jessie E. McKnight, 1880-1950, (Photo)
WALKER, John James, 1826-1864, (Photo)
WALKER, John James, 1861-1947, Father, (Photo)
WALKER, Julia, 1878-1913, (Photo)
WALKER, Lawrence S., d: Nov. 23, 1919, (Obit below)
WALKER, Levina Hastings (Mrs.), d: Jan. 25, 1924, (Obit below)
WALKER, Minnie M. 1874-1942, Mother, (Photo)
WALKER, Margaret G., 1906-1967, Wife, (Photo)
WALKER, Newton, May 14, 1867 / Jan. 25, 1950, (Obit below)
WALKER, no names, (Photo)
WALLACE, Hugh, 1823-1901, (Photo)
WALLACE, Infant, died Oct. 2, 1892, aged 1 day, (same stone as Minnie) (Photo)
WALLACE, Jane, 1828-1918, (Photo)
WALLACE, John E., 1888-1933, (Photo)
WALLACE, Minnie, d: Oct. 1, 1893, aged 28 yrs., 3 ms., 7d, same stone as Infant, (Photo)
WALLACE, Robert C., 1868-1936, same stone as Sarah M., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
WALLACE, Robert W., 1856-1916, (Photo)
WALLACE, Sarah, 1868-1952, same stone as Robert C., (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
WALTER, Robert E., Apr. 3, 1962-Aug. 3, 1994, Love Ya Bro, R.C.B.A., (Photo)
WALTER, Ruth A. APTISCH, 1936-no date, mother of Peggy, Jimmy Jr., and Bobby, (Photo)
WAPINSKY, Melva, 1921-1998, same stone as Mitchell, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
WAPINSKY, Mitchell, 1909-1979, same stone as Melva, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
WARD, Clara Campbell (Phelps), Dec. 18, 1882-Aug. 13, 1960
WARD, Clara Mae, 12-19-1882 / 8-16-1960, wooden plaque, (dupes above), (Photo)
WARD, Lester T., Born Aug. 25, 1917, KIA Dec. 5, 1943, Enl. Sept. 22, 1942, S/Sgt 566th Bomb Sq. Army Air Force, (Photo)
WASHABAUGH, Bertha S., 1887-1970, same stone as Charles M., (Photo)
WASHABAUGH, Charles M., 1885-1959, same stone as Bertha S., (Photo)
WASHABAUGH, George W., 1858-1918, (Photo)
WASHABAUGH, Nenie Irene, 1867-1920, (Photo)
WASHINGTON, Agnes, 1850-1934, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
WASHINGTON, William, died February 26, 1952
, (Obit below)
WASSON, Frank, Jan. 17, 1886 / Oct. 19, 1951, SGT. HQ. Trans. Corps, Enl. Apr. 8, 1918, Disc. Dec. 5, 1919, (Photo), (photo2), (C&MB)
WATSON, Elmer J., 1912-1931, same stone as William and Irene Watson, (Obit below)
WATSON, Irene M., 1884-1923, same stone as William
WATSON, Marian L., 1909-****, inscribed at the bottom, Our Sons Jackie and Jimmy
WATSON, William A., 1910-1980
WATSON, William E., 1873-1951
WATSON??????, Robert E., 1923-1923, same stone as William and Irene (surname missing)
WATSON??????, Samantha, 1843-1927, same stone as William and Irene (surname missing)
WATTERS, Harry A., aged 3 or 8 mo. Son of ______WATTERS, can't read most of the stone, (Photo)
WATTERS, J. Lester, 1905-1983, same stone as Thelma, (Photo)
WATTERS, John Morris, 1916-1917, son of W. H. & M. J. WATTERS, (Photo)
WATTERS, Thelma, 1804-1978, same stone as J. Lester, (Photo)
WATTERS, William H. 1904-1972, Father, (Photo)
WAYNE, Anthony J., 1902-1997, same stone as Violet M., (Photo)
WAYNE, Violet M., 1908-1999, same stone as Anthony, (Photo)
WEINMAN, Kathryn R., 1892-1943, (Photo)
WEINMANN, Margaret MCM. (MCMURRAY?), 1891-1924, (Photo)
WEISS, Aida M., (no dates), nee MC ELHANEY
WELSHHANS, Roy, 1893-1960, (Photo)
WELSHHANS, Ruth, 1893-1958, (Photo)
WERNER, Carl H., 1906-1972, same stone as Elizabeth, (Photo)
WERNER, Elizabeth, 1913-1997, same stone as Carl H., (Photo)
WEST, Herman E., 1859-1929, (Photo)
WESTERMAN, Bertha, Born June 22, 1871, Died Jan. 18, 1898, Wife of C. G. WESTERMAN, (Photo)
WESTERMAN, Gussie, Born May 7, 1894-Died June 27, 1904, Son of C. G. & Bertha WESTERMAN, (Photo)
WESTERMAN, large pyramid with a huge ball on the point, no names, (Photo)
WHEAR, Mary, Aug. 12, 1868-Sept. 26, 1914, Wife of Fred H. WHEAR, (Photo)
WHITE, Fred L., 1887-1974, Same stone as Mabel E.
WHITE, Mabel E., 1903-1988, Same stone as Fred L.
WHITMORE, Annie F., 1867-1909, his wife, same stone as W. N., opposite side of stone of John & Caroline, (Photo)
WHITMORE, Caroline M., 1879-1965, (Photo)
WHITMORE, Caroline, 1826-1896, same stone as John, opposite side of stone of W. N. & Annie, (Photo)
WHITMORE, Elizabeth, 1852-1923, (Photo)
WHITMORE, Jacob F., 1847-1923, (Photo)
WHITMORE, John 1818-1893, same stone as Caroline, opposite side of stone of W. N. & Annie, (Photo)
WHITMORE, W. N., 1843 or 1848-1881, same stone as Annie F. opposite side of stone as John & Caroline, (Photo)
WHITMORE?, A. F. W., grouped with the WHITMORE stones, (Photo)
WHITMORE?, W. R. W., grouped with the WHITMORE stones, (Photo)
WHITSEY, Eugene, Aug. 10, 1916-Nov. 6, 1980, SSGT US Army WW ll
WHITSEY, Lulu R., May 29, 1899-May 4, 1971, Mother
WIBLE, can't read first name, may be Mabel, May 4, 1882 / Oct. 5, 1883, d/o J. A. & E. F. WIBLE, (Photo)
WIBLE, Elizabeth F., 1857-1953, (Photo)
WIBLE, James A., 1847-1917, (Photo)
WILBERT, Edward R., 1936-1938, Son, (Photo)
WILCOX, Barbara A., 1939-no date, same stone as James B., (Photo)
WILCOX, James B., 1935-1994, US Army, same stone as Barbara A., engraved with a mountain scene and deer, (Photo)
WILHELM, Bertha L., 1868-1948, (Photo)
WILHELM, George P., 1870-1958, (Photo)
WILHELM, George, 1830-1896, Pvt. Co. G., 5th PA. Art., Civil War, white post marked By G. A. R., (Photo)
WILHELM, Kathryn W., 1877-1962, (Photo)
WILHELM, Sophia, 1835-1913, Mother, (Photo)
WILLIAMS, Charles, 1864-1943, same stone as Elizabeth, (Photo)
WILLIAMS, Elizabeth, 1871-1948, same stone as Charles, (Photo)
WILLIAMS, Frank R., 1907-1980, Father, (Photo)
WILLIS, Frances KOHL, 1890-1976, (Photo)
WILSHIRE, Isaac, 1848-1918, Father, (Photo), (photo2), (RW)
WILT, Mary P., 1851-1942, (Photo)
WILT, Simon L., 1850-1923, (Photo)
WOELFEL, Mary L., 1920-2002, same stone as William F., (Photo)
WOELFEL, William F., 1915-1986, Cp. US Army WWII, same stone as Mary L., (Photo)
WOLFE, Joseph E., Jan. 6, 1952-August 15, 1986, PFC US Army, Vietnam, (Photo)
WOODLING, Ira E., 1885-1956, Brother, (Photo)
WOOD, Annie, nee SPARBER, Born July _ 1882, died Dec. 28, 1915, (Photo)
WOODS, A. Jane, Died Jan. 1, 1950, (Photo)
WOODS, Albert A., Feb. 9, 1873-Aug. 6, 1960, Pvt. Co. K., 14th P.V.I., Enl. April 27, 1898, Disc. Oct. 12, 1898, (Photo)
WOODS, Elsie E., May 26, 1877-June 9, 1967, (Photo)
WOODS, Harry H., 1875-1909, (Photo)
WOODS, Howard L., April 13, 1875-Aug. 1, 1950, Pvt. Co. C 14th P. V. I., Enl. April 27, 1898, Disc. Feb. 28, 1899, (Photo)
WOODS, John A., 1836-1920, (Photo)
WOODS, Mary R., 1842-1908, (Photo)
WOODS, William A., 1862-1915, (Photo)
WOOTEN-SAUNDERS, No names, no dates
WRIGHT, Clyde, 1880-1945, same stone as Margaret and Ella
WRIGHT, Ella, 1910-1924, same stone as Margaret and Clyde
WRIGHT, Margaret L., 1883-1963, same stone as Clyde and Ella
WRIGHT, SARAH E., 1881-1957, same stone as Wilbur, (Photo)
WRIGHT, Wilbur D., 1877-1949, same stone as Sarah, (Photo)
WYATT, Joseph S., 1898-1964, Husband, same stone as Mattie, (Photo)
WYATT, Mattie, 1902-1981, Wife, same stone as Joseph S., (Photo)
YERSE, Eugene J., 1926-1996, Husband-Father, US Navy, WWII, space on stone for Wife-Mother...but no name or dates , (Photo)
YERSE, Gary J., June 24, 1960-June 12, 1982, Son, (Photo)
YOUNG, Emory L., Jan. 29, 1916-Mar. 2, 1977, US Navy World War II
YOUNG, Etta M. DAVIS, 1882-1952, Same stone as James H.
YOUNG, James H., 1884-1962, Same stone as Etta M. DAVIS
YOUNG, John A., 1889-1968, (Photo)
YOUNG, Larry Emory, Sept 17, 1941-Feb. 8, 1997, ETRSN US Navy, (Photo)
YOURD, Beatrice (Vance), Sept. 6, 1885-Jan. 31, 1952
, (Obit below)
YOURD, Belle VANCE, 1886-1952, (Photo)
YOURD, James Dickson, 1883-1967, (Photo)
YOURD, John Wayne, 1914-1914, (Photo)
ZIRWAS, Geraldine, 1958-1996, funeral home marker, not a headstone, (Photo)
ZWEIGLE, Lorna F., 1941-1980, Beloved mother and wife

====== Following markers have questionable/partial identification
???, Clara, 1888-1913, (Photo)
????, Anna M., Died May 16, 1891, same stone as Ida and John, (Photo)
????, Edward, Co. C 14, Reg. N. G. P., 1874-1906, (Photo)
????, Esther, Died Sept. 1, 1906, age ?7? months, (Photo)
????, George W., 1878-1912, offset from RIFLEY stone which is the closest to it., (Photo)
????, Ida M., Died June 28, 1887, same stone as Anna & John, (Photo)
????, John C, Died May 28, 1910, same stone as Anna & Ida, (Photo)
????, Wilt, 1906-1906, (Photo)
????. Nannie D., 1854-1923, no last name given on the stone, (Photo)
????, James Samuel, son of S. B. _______, Dec. 22, 1904-Jan. *, 1805, (Photo)
??????, Mary Pauline, Nov. 11, 1899-Oct. 13, 1922, no idea if that is a first and middle name or first and last name. There are no other stones with that as a last name., (Photo)
?BERG, Albert P., no dates or last name, same stone as Clara and Bertha, (Photo)
?BERG, Bertha, no dates or last name, same stone as Clara and Albert, (Photo)
?BERG, Clara A., no dates or last name, same stone as Bertha & Albert, (Photo)
?BERG, Robert K., no dates or last name, (Photo)
?HADDEN, Anna Mary, 1914-1931, there is no last name on the stone but it appears to be grouped near the HADDEN family headstone, (Photo)
?HADDEN, Cassie C., 1885-1976, no last name, seems to be grouped with the other HADDENS, (Photo)
?HADDEN, Ellen, 1878-1919, there is no last name on the stone but it appears to be grouped near the HADDEN family headstone, (Photo)
?HADDEN, Joseph A., 1879-1937, no last name on the stone, seems to be grouped near the HADDEN family stone, (Photo)

????? No last name, Francis, Dec. 4, 1899-- ____, 1899, shaped like a tree stump,
with a reclining lamb, near DUTTONs and SIMPSONs

????? Francis, no other inscription, half buried in the ground, is located near the
foot of the tree-stump like monument of the Francis noted above, with no last
name. Located near both DUTTON and SIMPSON stones

============================================================================

**On the CLELAND headstone is a brass plaque fastened to the back of the stone which reads:
---
"This plaque is affixed to the CLELAND family monument by the board of directors of the Boy' Industrial Home at Oakdale
in memory of its founders, Rev. John Wilson CLELAND and his wife, Elizabeth. Together they took charge of the Boys' Home
in Allegheny and in 1900 bought the Oakdale Academy and founded the Boys' Industrial Home of Western Pennsylvania. Mrs.
CLELAND was active in the work until illness forced her to withdraw and she died in 1913. But Rev. CLELAND continued on as
superintendent until 1922 when he too was taken by death. During those twenty-two years, the Home developed from the main
building at Oakdale to two farms and two cottages, with an average of about two hundred boys. The influence of the Home
has been felt far and wide throughout the state of Pennsylvania and much of this influence is the result of careful
Christian planning and the help of many devoted and interested persons."
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OBITUARIES:

ADAMS, Robert
Robert, aged two years and four months,son of Mr. and Mrs. William ADAMS of Oakdale, died in his home on Thursday,
February 16, 1922, at 10 a.m. of pneumonia. the little one is survived by three brothers and two sisters. The funeral
services were held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 conducted by the Rev. W. D. LEWIS. Interment was in the Oakdale cemetery.
February 22, 1923 McDonald PA Outlook
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AUSTIN, JUNE EARL
June, 107, of Oakdale, died Friday, March 13, 2009, in Molinaro Manor, Oakdale. He was born July 16, 1901, in Virginia, a
son of the late Alexander and Nancy VonBrunner Austin. Mr. Austin was a retired employee of the Pennsylvania Railroad and
was the oldest mayor in the United States, serving as Mayor of Oakdale for many years. He was a 32nd degree Mason, a member
of the Oakdale Masonic Lodge F&AM #669 and a member of the Carnegie Presbyterian Church. He enjoyed hunting, fishing,
gardening and repairing guns at home. His wife, Emma Martha Shay Austin died in 1987. Surviving are three daughters, Aleen
L. (Frank) Hennemuth of Oakdale, Lattie M. (Norman) Smilnyak of Oakdale and Agnes J. (Edward) Study of Maryland;
grandchildren Guy (Yvonne) Hennemuth, Inez (Bob) Magagnotti, Leila (Doug) Bishop, Lattie Ann Smilnyak, Laurie (Pat)
Corrigan, Amie (James) Greer, Dane (Kathy) Clark, Sherrie (Joe) Dingus, Richard Clark, great grandchildren and
great-great-grandchildren. Deceased are grandchild, Kerry Clark; sisters, Rose, Agnes, Blanche, Katie, Lattie, and brother,
Roy. Friends will be received 12-4pm and 6-8pm Sunday in the THOMAS - LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE, INC., 5000 Noblestown Road,
Oakdale (724-693-2800) Patrick Konieczny, Owner/Director, where funeral service will be held 11am Monday. Interment will
follow in Oakdale Cemetery. March 14, 2009 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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BECK, Olive May
Mrs. Olive May BECK died at 9:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 2, 1947, in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas R. ROSE, 3050
Zephyr avenue, Sheraden, after a prolonged illness. A daughter of James K. and Eleanor SMITH BEAUMONT, she was born
April 13, 1870, on the old McMurray farm near Oakdale. She was a graduate of the Oakdale academy and taught in the Mohawk
Valley school. She and the late Samuel A. BECK of Candor were united in marriage on September 22, 1892. Surviving are two
sons, Samuel A. BECK, Jr., of Sheraden and Robert J. BECK of Wilkinsburg; three daughters, Ella, the wife of C. M. LAND;
Hazel, the wife of R. G. HERD, Olive, the wife of T. R. ROSE, all of Sheraden; a sister, Mrs. James (Daisy) WILLIAMS of
Noblestown and five brothers, Frank T., Alfred S., Robert S. and Harry W. BEAUMONT, all of Oakdale and Charles K. BEAUMONT
of Los Angeles, Calif. There are twelve grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A son, William L. BECK, died sixteen
years ago. Two brothers, James R. and Joseph E. BEAUMONT are deceased. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon in
the Conroy Funeral home in charge of the Rev. Harold Brown, pastor of the Nazarene church, of which Mrs. BECK was a member.
Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
(Source: July, 1947 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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BEGGS, Mrs. Minnie Clark
Mrs. Minnie CLARK BEGGS, 75, of 62 Fayette street, Oakdale, died Friday morning, July 11, 1947, in the Presbyterian
hospital, Pittsburgh. A daughter of William H. and Catherine FRITZ CLARK, she was born April 25, 1872, in Elders Ridge, Pa.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Catherine BOOHER of Crafton; a son, Howard BEGGS of St. Petersburg, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs.
Fannie BRIGGS of Oakdale and Mrs. Elsie H. POTTER of Greenfield, Iowa, and a brother, Dr. Howard F. CLARK of Stewart, Iowa.
There is one grandson. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the First Presbyterian church, Oakdale, in charge of
the Rev. H. Carlyle CARSON. Burial was in the Oakdale Cemetery.
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Source: July 18, 1947 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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BENTREM, James Otto
On Tuesday, November 8th at 7:55 p.m. James Otto BENTREM, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. BENTREM, in his twenty-fourth
year. Funeral was held from the family home, Cedar Hill, on Friday, November 11, 1921 at 2:30 o'clock. The interment was in
the Oakdale cemetery. James was a member of the Rennerdale Presbyterian church. He is survived by his father and mother
and two sisters, Mrs. Anna HACK, Mrs. BIERMAN and one brother John BENTREM, all at home.
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11-24-1921 McDonald PA Outlook

*Rennerdale column
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BERTHOLD, JOHN C.
50, of Dormont, died August 6, 2007, in his home. He was born October 30, 1956, a son of Irene M. Lepro Berthold, who
survives, of Oakdale and the late Charles E. Berthold, who died January 5, 1990. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and was
awarded a certificate from the National Aviary for his donations. Surviving are his brothers and sisters, Vi (John)
Kraszewski of Imperial, Marcella (Robert) Jones of Kennedy Township, William (Kara) Berthold of North Fayette Township,
Lanean Berthold of Oakdale, Charles Berthold III of Bridgeville, Gertrude Berthold of Noblestown, Helen (Anthony) Stockham
of Ross Township, Harry Berthold of Oakdale; two aunts and an uncle, Gladys Rosenberger of Carnegie and Beryl and Tony
DeSantis of Midway; 12 nieces and nephews; and a number of cousins. Friends will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday,
2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday in THOMAS-LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE, INC., 5000 Noblestown Road, Oakdale, where service will be
held at 10 a.m. Saturday, August 11. Interment will follow in Oakdale Cemetery. August 9, 2007 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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BEYERBACH, George John
George John BEYERBACH lost his life on Tuesday, April 28, 1931, near Gladewater, Texas, while at work on Cole No. 1 well
of the Sinclair Oil Co. He was one of nine men who lost their lives at this well. George John BEYERBACH was born at Tyre,
July 7, 1902. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry BEYERBACH SR. of Noblestown. He served one year in the United States
army, in 1920 guarding the border at Eagle Pass, Texas, with the 46th infantry. He leaves his parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry
BEYERBACH SR. of Noblestown and two sisters and three brothers. Miss Margaret BEYERBACH at home, Bertha, the wife of
Walter SINGER of Noblestown, Henry Jr. of Noblestown, Joseph of Heidelberg, and Charles of Portersville, Calif. Funeral
services were held Sunday afternoon in the McDonald Lutheran church, conducted by the Rev. Joseph ARNOLD, who was assisted
by the Rev. W. M. HENDRICKS, pastor of the Noblestown United Presbyterian church, and Mr. FARRIS, chaplain of the American
Legion of Oakdale. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
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Source: May 15, 1931 Obits McDonald, PA Record
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BEYERBACH, RUSSELL
Of Noblestown, North Fayette Twp. Born January 31, 1926 died February 16, 2004; beloved husband of the late Louise Beyerbach;
father of John (Nancy W.), Earl (Janice), Nancy L. (Conrad) Beyerbach and Phyllis (Donald) Trussell; grandfather of Jennifer
and Jeffrey Pace, Melissa, Kevin and Rex Beyerbach; father-in-law of Adam Barton; great-grandfather of Jacob McCready;
brother of Paul and James Beyerbach; preceded in death by his parents Margaret and Henry Beyerbach; brothers Henry, Ed and
William and sister Regina Kalaski. He was a member of St. Patrick R.C. Church, Noblestown and was a dairy farmer in
Noblestown on the farm he grew up on. He was a man of the land and loved being a farmer. He was a head usher at St. Patrick
R.C. Church which he enjoyed for many years. He leaves behind a legacy of a hard working family. Friends will be received at
the THOMAS-LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE, INC. 5000 Noblestown Road, Oakdale 2-4, 7-9 pm Wednesday and Thursday. A Mass of Christian
burial will be held Friday 10 am in St. Patrick R.C. Church Noblestown. Interment will follow in Oakdale Cemetery.
February 18, 2004 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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BOUCHON, George
George BOUCHON, 70, of Imperial, died Wednesday, May 2, 1984, in the John J. Kane Scott Center. A son of Marcel and
Beatrice GARDNER BOUCHON, he was born December 2, 1913, in Imperial. Surviving are his wife, Edith MCKAY BOUCHON; two
sons, Charles and Dale, both of Imperial; one daughter, Mahala BOUCHON of Imperial; three brothers, Marcel, Louis, and
Raymond, all of Imperial; and two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice BOLING of Imperial, and Mrs. Fernanda PAYNE of Erie. Services
were held Saturday morning in the Harold K. Wharton Funeral Home, Imperial, in charge of the Rev. James ALLISON of the
Church of the Living Christ. Burial was in Oakdale cemetery.
(5-9-1984 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook)

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BOYNES, Mary A.
 Mrs. Mary A. BOYNES, 43, wife of Benjamin H. BOYNES of McDonald, died at 4:30 p.m. in the Mercy hospital, Pittsburgh
following an illness of three months duration. She had been in the hospital six weeks and two days when she passed away.
Born April 22, 1899, at Bridgeville she was the daughter of George ANKLEY and his wife Anna, now Mrs. Coulter CAMPBELL.
Her father died when she was but four years old. Mrs. BOYNES was twice married. Her first husband was the late Arnold
COCHRAN of Oakdale. There are two children by this marriage: Wayne COCHRAN, 19, and Fay, 16, both at home. On November 2,
1939, she was united in marriage with B. H. BOYNES, who survives her. There is one child, Joyce Ann, aged 14 months.
There also survive three stepchildren: Helen, the wife of Duane MILLER of Washington, Pa., Donald BOYNES of Terrace street,
and Bertha Jane at home. There also survive her stepfather, Coulter CAMPBELL of Morgan, four step-brothers and four step-
sisters: Donald and William CAMPBELL of Morgan, Ellsworth CAMPBELL of McKees Rocks, Milton CAMPBELL of Bridgeville, Miss
Gladys, Miss Mildred, Miss Dorothy, and Miss Helen CAMPBELL, all of Dormont. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon
in the BOYNES home, Orchard and Home streets, conducted by the Rev. G.M. MCKNIGHT, D. D. pastor of the Robinson's Run
United Presbyterian church, of which she was a member. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
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Source: Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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BROCKMYER, John James
BROCKMYER In his 89th year, on Thursday, Feb. 3, 1966, John James Brockmyer of Oakdale RD 1, father of Margaret McSweeney,
Irene Mc- Kelvey, Annette Campbell, Shirley Pryor, Mary Spaude, John A. and Russell L. Brockmyer; uncle of Hazel Galloway
and Enid Weinfeld. Friends received at the RICHARD THOMAS FUNERAL HOME, Oakdale, Pa., where services will be held on
Saturday at 2 p. m.
(Pittsburgh Press, Feb 4, 1966), (CG)
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BROCKMYER, Sarah E.
On Sunday, Oct. 20, 1963, Sarah (Bessie), beloved wife of John J. Brockmyer, Oakdale RD 1, Pa.; mother of Margaret McSweeney,
Irene McKelvey, Annett Campbell, Shirley Pryor, Mary Spaude, John A. and Russell L. Brockmyer; also survived by 15
grandchildren and 12 great-grandchilren. Friends received at the RICHARD THOMAS FUNERAL HOME, Oakdale, Pa. Funeral services
in the Robinson Run U. P. Church, McDonald, Pa., Wednesday at 2 p. m. In lieu of flowers make donations to McDonald Library.
(Newspaper unknown, date unknown), (CG)
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BROWN, Jane HOLMAN
On Tuesday evening, May 8th at 9:20, Mrs. Jane HOLMAN BROWN, of Oakdale passed peacefully away at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Kit ROBINSON of Center avenue, after an illness of three months, due to infirmities of her advanced aged. She was born
June 4, 1839 at Conneautville, Crawford county, Pa. For the past 20 years she has been a resident of Oakdale and a member of
the First Presbyterian church. She leaves four children, Mrs. Kit ROBINSON, George HOLMAN, Mrs. Leda CRIDER and Miss Jennie
HOLMAN, all of Oakdale; one brother, Hudson LAWRENCE of Los Angeles, Cal., one sister, Mrs. Hugh MCMULLIN of Linesville,
Pa., and 11 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. The funeral services wee held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kit
ROBINSON, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, in charge of Rev. W. D. LEWIS and Rev. W. R. MCMUNN. Interment was in Oakdale
cemetery.
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(Source: 5-18-1922 / McDonald PA Outlook)
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CAMPBELL, Mrs. Elizabeth W.
 Mrs. Elizabeth W. CAMPBELL died Tuesday evening, August 12, 1947, in her home in Fayette street, Oakdale, following a
lingering illness. A daughter of John D. and Elizabeth McMURRAY ROBB, she was born March 8, 1861, in Oakdale. Her husband
Alexander Scott CAMPBELL, Sr., died several years ago. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Agnes TARR of Hollidays Cove, W. Va.;
two sons, Joseph Harper CAMPBELL of Elizabeth, and Alexander S. CAMPBELL, Jr., of Oakdale, and one brother, Harry D. ROBB of
Oakdale. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday in her home in charge of the Rev. W. V. RITCHIE, pastor of the
Oakdale U. P. church. Burial will be in the Oakdale cemetery.
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Source: August, 1947 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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CHAPELL, Elizabeth
Mrs. Elizabeth CHAPELL, a life long resident of Oakdale, died on Thursday evening, January 5th, 1922, at eight o'clock at
the home of her son George of Carnegie. She was the widow of the late Samuel CHAPELL and was in her 67th year. Funeral
services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the First Presbyterian church of Oakdale conducted by Rev. W. D.
LEWIS. Mrs. CHAPELL was a good Christian mother and for many years had been a practical nurse, doing much nursing in this
community. Mrs. CHAPELL was a member of Capt. Espy Circle No. 190, Ladies of the G. A. R., Ladies of the Golden Eagle No.
03, and Margaret Morrison Rebekah Lodge. She leaves tow sons Norman S. of Highland avenue, Oakdale and George of Carnegie.
Interment was in Oakdale cemetery.
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Source: 1-12-1922 McDonald PA Outlook

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CHARLIER, Gloria Diane
Gloria Diane CHARLIER, 6 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George CHARLIER of Gladden Heights, died Friday afternoon,
January 24th, at three o'clock after a week's illness of flu-pneumonia. Besides the parents, two brothers survive, George,
Jr. and John Chazel CHARLIER. Funeral services were held at the home Monday afternoon in charge of the Rev. B. F. HEANY.
Interment was in the Oakdale cemetery.
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Jan. 30, 1930 / McDonald PA Outlook
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COOGLE, Katherine McMurray
Mrs. Katherine MC MURRAY COOGLE, 82, wife of the late James COOGLE, died Monday, June 20, 1960, in her home in Vincennes
avenue, Oakdale. A daughter of the late George and Elizabeth LUSSE MC MURRAY, she was born March 11, 1878, in Oakdale.
Surviving is a son, Harold COOGLE of McKees Rocks; and a sister, Mrs. Samuel BOVARD of Oakdale. There are six grand-
children. A son, Samuel J. COOGLE is deceased. Friends are being received at the Thomas Funeral home, Oakdale, where
funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday in charge of the Rev. C. J. FARMER, pastor of the Oakdale Presbyterian
Church. Burial will be in Oakdale cemetery.
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Source: July 31, 1942 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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COOGLE, Lizzie LUFFE
Mrs. Lizzie LUFFE COOGLE, 81, died at 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 27, 1942, in her home in South Fayette township,
R. D. 1, Oakdale, following a lingering illness. She was born in Pittsburgh and had been a resident of Oakdale a
number of years. She was a member of the Oakdale Presbyterian church. She is survived by her husband, Samuel COOGLE;
two daughters, Katherine, the wife of James COOGLE (sic) of Vincennes avenue, Oakdale, and Margaret, the wife of Samuel
BOVARD of R. D. 1, Oakdale. There are two grandsons and a number of great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held
Friday afternoon in Marshall's Funeral home, Oakdale, conducted by the Rev. W. V. RITCHIE, pastor of the Oakdale United
Presbyterian church. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
Source: Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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COUSINS, Walter
Mr. Walter COUSINS, aged 17 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. William COUSINS, died in the Allegheny General hospital, September
26, 1919. Mr. COUSINS is well know in this community, having lived in Noblestown most of his life. He injured a limb about
eight years ago and since that he has been suffering from it. He contracted pneumonia and several days died . Besides his
parents, he leaves four brothers and one sister; Edward, Russell, James, Clyde and Elma. Funeral services were held Sunday
afternoon, September 28th, at the home, conducted by Rev. W. P. VARNER, pastor of the Noblestown M. E. church. Interment
was in the Oakdale cemetery, Monday afternoon, September 29th.
October 9, 1919 McDonald PA Outlook
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CALDWELL, Thomas
On Tuesday afternoon, February 8, 1921 at 2:30 o'clock, Mr. Thomas CALDWELL passed away at his home on Clinton avenue,
Oakdale. Mr. CALDWELL had been a sufferer for several years and for the past eight suffered greatly until death claimed
him. His death was due to enlargement of spleen. He was born in County Antrim, Ireland, December 9, 18(6?)0 and at the age
of 15 he entered service with a harness maker, as an apprentice, in the town of Bellamana and served six years. In February,
1880 he came to America and located in Pittsburgh remaining there until 1890 when he moved to Carnegie, working there for
three years. In 1893 he came to Oakdale where he opened a harness and repair shop, starting on a small scale. Mr. CALDWELL
was very successful and by close application to business coupled with industry and energy, he established a business which
was profitable to himself and creditable to the community. He was classed as one of the leading business men of the town. He
was a member of the Presbyterian church. In 1900 he was married to Miss Anna DAIZELL/DALZELL? of Pittsburgh, who died
February 9th, 1905. He is survived by a sister in Ireland and a brother and several nephews of Pittsburgh. Funeral services
were held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the First Presbyterian church of Oakdale conducted by the Rev. W. D. LEWIS.
Music was burnished by Messrs. WILT, WEAVER, Mrs. MOORE and Mrs. LASHER. Interment was made in the CALDWELL lot in the
Oakdale cemetery. Two beautiful floral emblems, one by the men who stood faithfully by him in his recent illness and the
other from Mr. Ed. JENNINGS of Pittsburgh.
2-17-1921 McDonald PA Outlook
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CAUFIELD, Herbert
Herbert CAUFIELD, son of the William CAUFIELDs of Highland avenue, Oakdale, died suddenly Tuesday, October 15, 1946,
in his home in Cleveland, Ohio. She is survived by his wife and three children. Funeral services were held October 17
in Cleveland and further services were held Thursday afternoon of last week in the Thomas funeral home, in charge of the
Rev. H. C. CARSON, pastor of the Oakdale Presbyterian church. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
Source: Oct., 1946 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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DARABOS, Barbara (Nagy)
Mrs. Barbara NAGY DARABOS, 74, died July 13, 1951, at her home, Whettingale road, Oakdale. She was born September 29,
1877, in Hungary and had spent the last 50 years in the United States and had been a resident of Oakdale for 47 years.
She and Peter DARABOS were married July 12, 1894. Surviving are six daughters: Mrs. George L. CRAFT, Oakdale; Mrs. Albert
SAPPIE, McDonald; Mrs. Thomas KIRKWOOD, Carnegie; Miss Esther DARABOS, Oakdale, Mrs. A. E. NELSON, Como, Miss. A daughter
Mrs. William WILCOX, and a son, Peter DARABOS, Jr., are deceased. There are ten grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Thomas funeral home, Oakdale, in charge of the Rev. H. C. CARSON. Burial
was in the Oakdale cemetery.
Source: July, 1951 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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DICKSON, William T.
The entire community was shocked on Wednesday evening when word was given out of the death of William T. DICKSON of
Vincennes avenue. During the past week Mr. DICKSON had not been feeling very well, but his sickness was not thought
serious until on Wednesday at noon when he was stricken by a paralytic stroke and another one following in a few hours
which caused his death at 9 o'clock on Wednesday evening. Mr. DICKSON followed the oil business in this section for about
31 years and was a member of the United Presbyterian church, also a member of the Session. For 25 years he was
superintendent of the Sabbath school having resigned about a year ago. All his life he had been an active church worker.
He leaves to mourn his loss, his widow and one son, Dr. W. D. DICKSON, also two brothers, John M. and James of Oakdale and
two sisters, Mrs. Bella SHETLAND of Sherman, N. Y and Mrs. R. PENNHILL of W. Va. The funeral services were held in the
United Presbyterian church on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock conducted by the Rev. W. R. MCMUNN assisted by Rev. W. D.
LEWIS, Rev. J. W. CLELAND and Rev. John HEINRICH. Interment was in the Oakdale cemetery. Oakdale has lost one of its best
citizens, a man who always stood for the right and of a good Christian character. The community extended to the bereaved
family their sincere sympathy in their sadness. (May 25, 1922 McDonald PA Outlook)
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DUNKLE, Arnold A.
Sergeant Arnold A. DUNKLE, Hastings avenue, Oakdale, who was killed in the Argonne, September 29, 1918, was buried Sabbath
afternoon with military honors. The service in the home was conducted by his pastor, the Rev. W. D. LEWIS. Arnold enlisted
April 10, 1917 and was sent overseas one year later as a member of Company F. 111th Infantry. He is survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. DUNKLE, a sister and five brothers. The services at the cemetery were in charge of the American Legion,
conducted by their chaplain Charles FARRAR. The music was furnished by the All American Military band.
Source: 8-11-1921 McDonald PA Outlook
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DUNKLE, Anna Mary
Mrs. Anna Mary DUNKLE, 78, died from a complication of diseases at 11:45 p.m. Monday, November 4, 1946, in her home in
Hastings avenue, Oakdale, where she had lived the past 47 years. She had been ill five weeks. A daughter of Joseph S. and
Anna Mary GRANT, she was born January 28, 1869, in Venango county. She and Alvin E. DUNKLE were married March 31, 1889,
in Cleveland, Ohio, after which they resided in McDonald, Wilkinsburg, and finally in Oakdale. Mr. DUNKLE died December
3, 1929. She is survived by the following sons: Joseph Edgar and Kenneth Maxell (sic) at home, Robert Raymond of McDonald,
Donald David of Bethel township, and Harold Alvin of Coraopolis; two sisters, Mrs. Nancy URUN of Parkers Landing and Mrs.
Orpha MC CLEERY of Denver, Colo., six grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Mrs. DUNKLE was a member of the First
Presbyterian church. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon in the Thomas funeral home, Oakdale, in charge of the
Rev. H. C. CARSON and the Rev. W. V. RITCHIE. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
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Source: July 31, 1942 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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ECKERT, Louis Edward
Louis Edward ECKERT, seven-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward ECKERT of North McDonald street, died at 6:30 o'clock on
Wednesday evening, September 13, 1916. Besides the parents a twin sister, Laura Eleanor, survives. Interment was made in
the Oakdale cemetery Thursday afternoon at four o'clock.
Source: Sept. 16, 1916 McDonald PA Outlook
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FEICK, Joseph Charles
Joseph Charles FEICK of Ambridge died Monday, July 7, 1947, in the Sewickley Valley hospital. He was a son of the late
Louis and Caroline FEICK, former owners of the Panhandle hotel in Noblestown. Surviving are his wife, Mary Ages TENNYSON
FEICK of Ambridge, a son, Jack FEICK, and two daughters, Avonell, the wife of Ellsworth BROWN, and Shirley, the wife of
George NEELY, all of Ambridge; two brothers, Daniel FEICK of Brentwood and Louis FEICK of Crafton, and two sisters, Mrs.
Nellie PETRAM of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. Guy (Carrie) CRABBE of Crafton. Mrs. Anna BENDER of Oakdale is a sister-in-law
and Charles TENNYSON of Noblestown is a brother-in-law. A brother, James W. FEICK died some twenty years ago in Brookline,
Pittsburgh. The Joseph FEICK family were residents of Noblestown for many years when Mr. FEICK was employed in the general
store of G. W. HOFFMAN, Sr. Funeral services were held the afternoon of July 10 in a Funeral Home in Ambridge. Burial was
in the Oakdale cemetery.
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(Source: July 7, 1947 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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FULMER, Calvin Adam
Calvin Adam FULMER, an employee of the South Penn Oil Co., for more than 45 years prior to his retirement in 1939, died at
11:00 p.m. Saturday, August 23, 1947, in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Irene MARSH in Munhall. Mr. FULMER was born June
25, 1874, in St. Petersburg, Pa., and had been a resident of Oakdale the past 50 years. He was a charter member of Oakdale
Lodge F. &. A. M. and a former member of Garfield Lodge F. & A. M of McDonald. Surviving besides his wife, Mrs. Anna
WILSHIRE FULMER, are three sons, Kenneth of McDonald, Calvin of Verona, and Raymond of Pittsburgh, and his daughter, Mrs.
MARSH, and one brother, Miles FULMER of Pittsburgh. There are15 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services
were held Wednesday afternoon in the Thomas Funeral home, Oakdale, in charge of the Rev. H. Carlyle CARSON, pastor of the
Oakdale Presbyterian church. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
Source: Aug./Sept., 1947 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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GALLOWAY, Hazel
GALLOWAY Hazel S. - On Sat., April 5, 1997; Hazel, 92, of Noblestown, PA; beloved mother of Richard Shrum; sister of Enid
Weinfeld; also survived by three grandchildren. Friends received at the THOMAS LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE, INC., 5000 Noblestown
Rd., Oakdale, PA., Monday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. where funeral service will be held Tuesday at 11:00 a.m.
(Newspaper unknown, date unknown), (CG)
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GALLOWAY, Samuel M.
GALLOWAY On Wed., July 13, 1977, Samuel M. of Noblestown, Pa; beloved husband of Hazel Shrum Galloway; father of Richard
Shrum; brother of Mrs. James Galloway and Mrs. Agnes Hartley. Friends received at the RICHARD THOMAS FUNERAL HOME, 1 State
St., Oakdale, where services will be held Sat. morning at 11 o'clock.
(The Pittsburgh Press, page B5, July 15, 1977), (CG)
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GAPE, Adam
On Saturday afternoon, January 21, 1928 at 3 o'clock occurred the death of Adam GAPE, husband of Anne FLINNER GAPE in his
84th year. Funeral services were held on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at his late residence Collier township, Hickman,
Pa. Interment was in the Oakdale cemetery.
Source:
Jan. 26, 1928 McDonald PA Outlook
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GIBSON, Frances Mary
GIBSON - Tuesday, March 7, 1939, Frances Mary, wife of the late George D. Gibson and mother of Mrs. W. L. Simms, Mrs. L. O.
Shrum, Edwin and William Gibson, at her residence, 23 State St., Oakdale, Pa. Funeral from the Marshall Funeral Home,
Oakdale, Friday, March 10, at 11 a. m. Interment in Oakdale Cemetery.
(The Pittsburgh Press, page 26, dated March 9, 1939)
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GIBSON, Frances Burger
Mrs. Frances Burger Gibson, 75, died at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 7, 1939, in her home in State street, Oakdale. Mrs. Gibson
was born in Titusville. She and the late George D. Gibson were united in marriage 56 years ago. About 44 years ago they
came to McDonald, where Mr. Gibson was employed in the oil fields. The family residence was in Valley street. Thirty years
ago they moved to Oakdale, where Mr. Gibson conducted a store and newsstand. He died 11 years ago. Mrs. Gibson is survived
by two sons and two daughters: G. Edwin and William C. Gibson of Bridgeville, Leona, the wife of Frank Shrum of Noblestown,
and Alice, the wife of W. L. Simms of Pittsburgh. There are seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. A brother, J.
W. Burger of Long Beach, Calif., and a sister, Mrs. John O'Donnell of Youngstown, Ohio, also survive. Requiem high mass will
be sung at 8 o'clock this Friday morning in St. Patrick's R. C. church. Noblestown and friends will be received at the
Marshall Funeral Home until eleven o'clock. Prayer will precede the burial in the Oakdale cemetery.
(Newspaper unknown, date unknown), (CG)
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GIBSON, George D.
GIBSON - On Saturday, Oct. 8, 1927, at 5 p. m., at his home in Oakdale, Pa., George D. Gibson, aged 71 years. Funeral
services will be held at the Oakdale Presbyterian church on Monday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m. Interment in Oakdale cemetery.
(The Pittsburgh Press, page 14, dated Sunday Oct 9, 1927)
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GIBSON, George David
George David Gibson died at his home in Oakdale, Saturday, Oct. 8th 1927, aged 71 years. The deceased was born in England,
March 16, 1856. February 23, 1882, he was married to Miss Burger of Bradford, his widow who survives him. 32 years ago Mr.
and Mrs. Gibson came to McDonald, and 19 years ago to Oakdale. Mr. Gibson was one of best known business men, having been
in business here about fifteen years. He had been ill and confined to his home for the past nine months. Beside the widow
the children surviving are Geo. Edwin, Wm. C., Mrs. G. A. Paul and Mrs. F. O. Shrum. The grandchildren are Mrs. Edna Lytle,
and Howard Paul of Pittsburgh, Mary and Helen, daughters of Edwin Gibson, Francis and Grace Marie, Children of Wm. Gibson,
and Frank Jr. and Wm. George Shrum, and one great-grandchild, Alice Mary Lytle. The funeral services are held Monday
afternoon in the Presbyterian Church, conducted by Rev. Dr. Detweiler. Interment in Oakdale Cemetery.
(Newspaper unknown, date unknown), (CG)
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GILMORE, Mary Thompson
Mary Thompson GILMORE died at 3 o'clock at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Mary STEVENSON in Valley street. Miss GILMORE came
to America from Scotland 12 years ago. For a time she made her home with her cousins, Mrs. James RUSSELL and Mrs. Alexander
STEVENSON of McDonald. The last few years she had been living at Federal. She leaves two brothers in Scotland, 6 nephews
and a niece in this country. Taking ill of pneumonia she was removed from Federal to the home of her cousin here some eight
days before her death. She was a member of the First U. P. church of McDonald. Funeral services were in charge of the Rev.
W. D. IRONS on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment was in the Oakdale cemetery.
Dec. 23, 1916 McDonald PA Outlook
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GREENFIELD, Thomas
On Friday, August 22,1919, occurred the death of Mr. Thomas GREENFIELD, after a long suffering illness of one year, caused
by cancer of the stomach. Mr. GREENFIELD was born in Readsburg, Pa., Clarion County, October 23, 1855. In Butler, December
24, 1891, he was united in marriage to Miss Norah FAIR of Butler, Pa., and to this union were born four daughters and one
son. After his marriage he moved to Semple Station, later to McDonald and then to Oakdale, and finally to the country,
about two miles north of Oakdale, where he has lived for the past ten years. In the early part of his life he followed the
oil business, he also spent one year in the gold fields of California and during the past ten years has been engaged in
fruit growing. Mr. GREENFIELD has been a citizen of Oakdale and vicinity for the past 26 years; was a member of the Knights
of Maccabees and the Home Guards of America. His widow and four daughters, Marietta, Averil and Elizabeth at home, Mrs.
Myrtle UFFLEMAN of Imperial and one son, Roy, at home, a member of the 319 Inf. and recently returned form overseas, and
one sister, Mrs. E. J. BARGER of Columbus, O., are left to mourn his loss. The funeral services conducted by Rev. RITCHIE,
pastor of the Noblestown United Presbyterian church, were held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment was in the Oakdale
cemetery.
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(Source: 9-4-1919 McDonald PA Outlook)
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GROHOSKI
ANNA (ZETHNER)
92, of Oakdale, on February 1, 2008, in Kane Regional Health Center, Ross Twp. She is the daughter of the late Joseph and
Hilda (Wetzel) Zethner; beloved wife of the late Walter Grohoski who died in 1980; mother of Charmaine Petrone of Oakdale,
JoAnne LeFevre of OH and the late Patrick Grohoski; grandmother of six and great-grandmother of two. Preceded in death by
three brothers and one sister. Friends will be received at the THOMAS-LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE INC., 5000 Noblestown Road,
Oakdale. 724-693-2800, from 9 am - 11 am on Monday, where Blessing service will be held at 11 am. Interment will follow in
Oakdale Cemetery. February 03, 2008 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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GROSS, Peter Frederick
On Tuesday, November 8, 1921, at 4:30 p. m., Peter Frederick GROSS, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jas. QUIGLEY,
310 Hill street, Bridgeville. The funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at *:30. Interment in Oakdale cemetery.
A ____ ____ ____, GROSS came to ___ ___ ___ from Germany and has ever since been a resident in this community.
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11-24-1921 McDonald PA Outlook
*Oakdale column
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HADDEN, Anna Mary
Anna Mary HADDEN, 16, died 5:35 a.m. Saturday, April 25, 1931, in her home in Oakdale after an illness of two weeks of
tonsillitis and double pneumonia. She was a daughter of Joseph HADDEN and the late Nell ROBB HADDEN and was born in the
Southside, Oakdale December 11, 1914. She attended the Southside school and was a member of the junior class of Oakdale
high school. She was a member of the Oakdale United Presbyterian church and was active in the Young People's society.
Besides her father she leaves a brother William, her stepmother, and a half brother Joseph. Her mother died in 1918 and
her sister Mrs. Margaret HADDEN MCCORMICK died January 5, 1931. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon in the Oakdale
United Presbyterian church, conducted by the Rev. E. A. DOWEY who was assisted by the Rev. W. R MCMUNN. Burial was in the
Oakdale cemetery.
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(Source: May, 1931 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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HEIDLER, Orlando A.
Orlando A. HEIDLER, 42, died at 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 29, 1931 in the Allegheny General hospital, Pittsburgh, of
peritonitis caused by a ruptured appendix. He was a son of William C. and Mary YOUND HEIDLER of Imperial, and was born
in Imperial June 21, 1888. He served two years in the United States army in the World war in Co. M. of the 319th Infantry.
Nine months were spent in Camp LEE and a year overseas. He was a carpenter by occupation. He was a member of Ernest
Phillips Post, American Legion, of McDonald, also a member of Carnegie Commandery No. 310, K. of M. He was united in
marriage, August 21, 1928, with Anna Marie FICHTER, and they have resided in the FICHTER home in the Southside, Oakdale.
He leaves his wife, a little daughter, Alice Marie, aged 20 months, his parents Mr. and Mrs. William C. HEIDLER of Imperial
and five sisters and four brothers: Mrs. Effie CUNNINGHAM, Pittsburgh, Mrs. Annie BUZZA of Pittsburgh, Mrs. August
VANSELOW of Carnegie, Mrs. Elizabeth MORGAN of Steubenville, Ohio, Mrs. Leora BREWES of Illinois, Ralph, Frank, John, and
James HEIDLER. Funeral services were held last Saturday afternoon in the Methodist Episcopal church in Noblestown,
conducted by the Rev. B. F. HEANY, chaplain of Ernest Phillips Post No. 485, who was assisted by the Rev. John C. HARE,
pastor of the Noblestown M. D. church. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
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Source: May 8, 1931 Obits McDonald PA Record
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HEIL, DONNA L. (DeFADE)
Donna, 66, of Pittsburgh, died Thursday, May 7, 2009, at the Center for Compassionate Care, Mt. Lebanon. Donna was born
October 1, 1942, in Pittsburgh, the daughter of the late Joseph and Catherine (Snee) DeFade. Ms. Heil was a retired
secretary for D.L. Smith Construction and was involved with the Sheraden Youth Cheerleading Organization. Surviving are
daughters, Michelle Heil of Pittsburgh and Christine Williams of Uniontown; grandchildren, Michael Joseph and Seth Daniel
Williams and Bret Martenson; brothers, Philip DeFade of W. VA, Raymond DeFade of Baldwin. Friends will be received Sunday
7-9pm and Monday 2-4 and 6-8pm in the SCHEPNER - McDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, INC., 165 Noble Avenue, Pittsburgh 15205.
Arrangements will be under the direction of THOMAS - LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE, INC., 5000 Noblestown Road, Oakdale.
(724-693-2800) Patrick Konieczny, Owner/Director. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10am Tuesday in St.
Patrick R.C. Church, 7322 Noblestown Rd. Noblestown. EVERYONE PLEASE MEET AT THE CHURCH. Interment will follow in Oakdale
Cemetery. May 9, 2009 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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HEINRICH, Mrs. Ernestine Jacobs
Mrs. Ernestine JACOBS HEINRICH, aged 72 years, beloved wife of John HEINRICH, died at 6 p.m. Saturday evening, January 18,
1930 in her home in Oakdale of arteriosclerosis. She was stricken after she had finished preparing and serving the evening
meal. Mrs. HEINRICH was born February 2, 1858 in Germany, and at the age of 15 came to this country with a girlfriend.
They located in Pittsburgh where Mr. and Mrs. HEINRICH were united in marriage 52 years ago last November. The golden
wedding was quietly celebrated in their home two years ago last November. The HEINRICH family moved from Pittsburgh to
Oakdale 27 years ago and for many years Mr. HEINRICH had been janitor of the Oakdale Grade school. Mrs. HEINRICH united
with the United Presbyterian church in Pittsburgh and after coming to Oakdale transferred her membership to the United
Presbyterian church in Oakdale where she had been an active member ever since. She is survived by her husband, four
daughters and three sons, as follows: Mrs. Martha HUDSON and Mrs. Anna NICODEN, Monessen; Mrs. Freda PALMISANO,
Pittsburgh, Mrs. Eva PERRIN, Oakdale; Rev. John C. HEINRICH, a United Presbyterian missionary in Rawalpindi, India; Frank
HEINRICH, McDonald; August R. HEINRICH, Oakdale; 15 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services were held
Tuesday afternoon of last week conducted by Rev. J. R. MILLER of Pittsburgh and Rev. E. A. DOWEY and Rev. W. R. MCMUNN.
Interment was in the family lot in the Oakdale cemetery.
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Jan. 30, 1930 / McDonald PA Outlook
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HENEMUTH, GORDON
Gordon, 79, of Oakdale, died Thursday, September 11, 2008, in his home. He was born April 10, 1929, a son of the late Peter
and Anna Wallace Hennemuth. Mr. Hennemuth was the owner of Hennemuth Metal Fabricators and was a member of Oakdale U.P.
Church, formerly Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church. He enjoyed bicycling, hunting, tennis and running. Surviving are his
wife, Ellen A. Nucci Hennemuth; sons, Wayne Gordon (Cathy) Hennemuth of Reading, PA and Craig (Ann) Hennemuth of Oakdale;
granddaughter, Jaclyn Nicole Hennemuth; sister, Margaret Hennemuth of TN; brother, Frank Hennemuth of Oakdale. Deceased is
one brother, William Hennemuth. Friends will be received 6-8pm Saturday and 12-4pm and 6-8pm Sunday in the THOMAS-LITTLE
FUNERAL SERVICE, INC., 5000 Noblestown Road, Oakdale (724-693-2800) where funeral service will be held at 11am Monday.
Interment will follow in Oakdale Cemetery. September 12, 2008 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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HERTZLER, RONALD A., SR.
Ronald, age 63, of Oakdale, South Fayette Twp., died Saturday, April 11, 2009, in St. Clair Hospital. He was born September
5, 1945, in Oakdale, a son of William Hertzler, Sr. of Volant, PA and the late Ellen Allen Hertzler. Mr. Hertzler was a
retired carpenter with Union Local #142 - Power Piping Co., and was a member of SNPJ #6. He enjoyed bowling and motorcycles.
Surviving are his wife, Betty Ann Curtis; children, Ronald A. Hertzler, Jr. of Bridgeville, Dana M. Bradwell of Lawrence,
PA and Renee E. Blank of Butler, PA; 8 grandchildren; brothers, William Hertzler of West Mifflin, David Hertzler, Sr. of
Oakdale, Richard Hertzler of Houston, PA and one sister, Nancy Lober of Portersville, PA. Deceased, in addition to his
mother, is one brother, Dennis Hertzler. Friends will be received 6-8p.m. Tuesday and 2-4 and 6-8p.m. Wednesday in the
THOMAS-LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE, INC., 5000 Noblestown Road, Oakdale (724-693-2800), Patrick Konieczny, Owner/Director, where
funeral service will be held at 2pm Thursday. Interment will follow in Oakdale Cemetery. April 14, 2009 / Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette
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HOHN, MARY MARIE
Age 100, of McDonald, South Fayette Twp., on April 30, 2007. Daughter of the late William and Minnie (Richter) Smith;
beloved wife of the late Joseph T. Hohn who passed away on April 9, 1983. Mother of Charles Hohn; grandmother of Jeffrey
(Lydia) Hohn and Thomas R. (Kerry Krueger) Hohn all of South Fayette. Great grandmother of Abigail Hohn. Preceded in death
by her brothers and sisters William and Robert Smith, Elsie Atkins and Elizabeth Dymond. she was a member of the Federal
United Methodist Church, charter member of the Oakdale Leisure Club and the Federal Church Ladies Aid. She enjoy cooking
and spending time with her family. Friends will be received. 7-9 Tuesday, 2-4 and 7-9 Wednesday at the THOMAS-LITTLE FUNERAL
SERVICES, INC., 5000 Noblestown Road, Oakdale. Where a service will be held on Thursday at 10 am. Interment will follow in
Oakdale Cemetery. May 1, 2007 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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HOPPER, Mrs. M. E. (Nesbit)
After an illness of a few days with pneumonia, Mrs. M. E. HOPPER died at her home, late Friday night, and was brought to
the home of her brother, Major J. W. NESBIT, of Oakdale, where funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, conducted by
Rev. W. D. LEWIS, assisted by Rev. W. R. MCMUNN. Interment was in the Oakdale cemetery. Mrs. HOPPER was born at Hickman
Station, Collier township, in 1846. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. R. F. HUNTER of Pittsburgh, and an brother, J. W.
NESBIT of Oakdale. To the sorrowing friends, the community extend their sympathy.
Oct. 9, 1919 McDonald PA Outlook
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HORMAL, Shirley Fichter (Mrs.)
Mrs. Shirley FICHTER HORMEL, 50, of R. D. 1, Oakdale, died Saturday, December 6, 1980, in the St. Clair hospital. A
daughter of Charles and Loretta FICHTER, she was born July 26, 1930, in Dutch Hill, Oakdale. Surviving are her husband,
Herbert; a daughter, Lauretta Ann; three sons, Timothy Louis, Thad Steven, and Michael Christian; a sister, Marcella
Magdalene; a brother, Charles FICHTER; and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in the Richard
Thomas funeral home, Oakdale, in charge of the Rev. Lauren CHAFFEE, pastor of the Noblestown and Federal U. M. Churches.
Burial was in Oakdale cemetery.
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Dec. 11, 1980 McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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HORN, Mr.
Mr. HORN, colored, a former resident of this place, was accidentally shot and killed by his brother-in-law, Mr. LAGRANT at
his home at Colliers, W. Va. Mr. HORN was married to Miss Myrtle WADE of this place and Mr. LAGRANT to a sister, Mabel WADE
who was also from here. The body was brought to the MARSHALL morgue and the services took place on Friday afternoon in the
A. M. E. Zion Church on Center street and interment in the Oakdale cemetery.
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*Oakdale column
Nov. 13, 1919 McDonald PA Outlook
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HUGHES, Elizabeth (Moore)
Mrs. Elizabeth MOORE HUGHES, 72, formerly of Oakdale, died at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, September 8, 1946, in the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Ernest BERGE, in Meadville, following a short illness. A daughter of Katherine and John A. MOORE, she was
born October 16, 1874, in Collier township, and resided in Kansas for 21 years. Her husband was the late Martin HUGHES.
Besides the daughter in whose home she died, she is survived by two brothers, Harry MOORE of Burgettstown and Nelson MOORE
of New Sheffield; a sister Mrs. Mary CAMPBELL of R. D. 1, Oakdale; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral
services were held Wednesday in charge of the Rev. W. V. RITCHIE of the Oakdale United Presbyterian church. Burial was in
the Oakdale cemetery.
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(Source: Sept., 1946 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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IGLAR, GILBERT D. "GEEP"
On December 27, 2006, 78, of Oakdale, South Fayette Twp.; son of Martin and Ellen (Strbavy) Iglar; husband of the late Mary
Zadarko Iglar, who passed away on March 3, 1999; father of Cathy (Jeff) Thomas and David Iglar; grandfather of Shelley
(Roger) Williams, Jason (Gretchen) Thomas, Andrea and Rachel Iglar; brother of Eddie Iglar; great-grandfather of two.; he
was preceded in death by his brothers and sisters, Martin, William, Albert and Charles Iglar, and Margaret Derry, Helen Was
and Irene Bowland. He was a retired steel inspector for Columbia-Teledyne Steel Company, and he enjoyed dancing, socializing
and tinkering. He was a skilled craftsman and mechanic, was devoted to his family, and was a WWII Army Veteran. Friends will
be received at the THOMAS-LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE, INC. 5000 Noblestown Rd. Oakdale, Friday 2-4 & 7-9 pm, where service will
be held on Saturday at 11 am. Interment will follow in Oakdale Cemetery. December 29, 2006 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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IRELAND, BEVERLY A.
Beverly, 77, of Oakdale, died Monday, July 14, 2008, in Country Meadows Nursing Center, Bridgeville. She was born January
27, 1931, in Ohio, a daughter of the late John Henry "Bud" Haught and Mildred Shrieve Haught Devault. Surviving are her
children, Joyce (Bill Rowe) Ireland of CA, George (Terry) Ireland, Patrick (Cathy) Ireland, Mike (Cindy) Ireland, all of
Oakdale, Brian (Tracey) Ireland of Ohio, Kevin Ireland of WV; 14 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren. Deceased are her
husband, George W. "Buck" Ireland; brothers George and Richard Haught. Friends will be received 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Friday in
the THOMAS - LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE, INC., 5000 Noblestown Road, Oakdale (724-693-2800) where funeral service will be held
at 11 a.m. Saturday. Interment will follow in Oakdale Cemetery. July 16, 2008 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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KARGLE, Richard Joseph
Richard Joseph KARGLE, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter KARGLE of Bulger, was found dead in bed Sunday, September 25, 1938.
Besides his parents, he is survived by a sister, Mrs. Anne KARGLE JONES and a brother, William, both of Bulger, and a
sister in Oakdale. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon in the KARGLE home in Bulger. Burial was in the
Oakdale cemetery.
(Source: McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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KELLY, Henry
Henry KELLY aged 61 years died at his home near Noblestown Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock August 22. Mr. KELLY had been
in failing health for a number of years. Born in Ireland, Mr. KELLY came to America when a young man for many years he has
resided near Noblestown. He is survived by his wife and the following children: John KELLY of Noblestown, Mrs. P. S.
STOCK, Columbus Junction, Iowa and Ella a teacher in McDonald schools, Anna, Elizabeth and Audrey at home. Funeral
services were held at the late home on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment was in the Oakdale cemetery.
(Source: Aug. 28, 1915 McDonald PA Outlook)
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KENNEDY, Elizabeth G.
Mrs. Elizabeth G. KENNEDY, 67, a former Oakdale resident, died in her home in Yeadon at 4:45 a.m. Monday, May 4, 1931, of
heart trouble. Mrs. KENNEDY
had been ill the past two years, and the past six years had been in failing health. Mrs.
KENNEDY was born October 16, 1864, in Indiana county, the
daughter of the late Robert B. and Sarah A. MILLER. She had been
a resident
of Oakdale for more than thirty years. About five years ago she and her daughter Jane moved to Ingram, where
they resided for three years. Miss
Jane was transferred by the railroad to Philadelphia, and Mrs. KENNEDY and her daughter
moved to YEADON, where they had resided the past two and a half
years. Her husband Howard J. KENNEDY lost his live November
1, 1918, while
working for the Borough of Oakdale. She was united in marriage with Mr. KENNEDY December 1889 in Saltsburg,
and to them was born a son and daughter
who survive. For the past thirty-four years she was a member of the United
Presbyterian church of Oakdale, and was still a member at her death. She was active in church activities. She leaves her
daughter Miss Jane of Yeadon, with whom she made her home,
and a son R. Clark KENNEDY of Narberth. Two sisters and a
brother survive:
Mrs. Margaret CORRY of Livermore, Mrs. Bertha MANNING of Indiana, and Calvin MILLER of Saltsburg. The body
was brought to Oakdale on Wednesday morning of last week. Funeral
services were held that afternoon in the First United
Presbyterian church,
conducted by the Rev. W. R. MCMUNN, who was assisted by the Rev. J. Melvin KEYS. Burial was in the
Oakdale cemetery.

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(Source: May, 1942 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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KIGHTLINGER, Albert
Albert KIGHTLINGER, 87, of Oakdale, died at 6:30 a.m. Thursday, July 24, 1947, in the Presbyterian hospital, Pittsburgh.
He was born June 17, 1860, in Meadville, Crawford county, and was one of a family of 14 children. Mr. KIGHTLINGER had lived
in Oakdale since 1900 and was a member of the Noblestown Methodist church. He is survived by two daughters: Mrs. Ardith
BASS, Weirton, W. Va., and Mrs. May KOHL, Oakdale; two sons; Vincent KIGHTLINGER, Columbus, Ohio, and Walter KIGHTLINGER,
Oakdale; a sister, Mrs. Chris STAINBROOK, Washington, and two brothers: Aquilla KIGHTLINGER, Bakersfield, Calif., and
Frank KIGHTLINGER, Ashtabula, Ohio. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the Thomas Funeral home, Oakdale. Burial
was in the Oakdale cemetery.
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(Source: Aug. 1, 1947 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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KOCHANSKI, Samuel L.

Samuel L. KOCHANSKI, 66, of Oakdale, died Sunday, October 14, 1984, in the Ohio Valley Hospital, McKees Rocks. He was born
February 18, 1918, in Canonsburg, a son of John and Stella KOCHANSKI. He was a member of the Good Shepherd United
Presbyterian Church, Oakdale. Surviving are his wife, Emma; five children, Samuel, Ruth WHITMAN, Stella BECK, Dolores
WHIPPO and Nancy BECK; 13 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Friends were received in the Thomas and Little
Funeral Home, Oakdale, where services were held Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. with the Rev. Henry HAWKINS officiating. Interment
was in Oakdale Cemetery.
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(Source: Oct. 24, 1984 McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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LAND, Mary Mathilda
Miss Mary Mathilda LAND passed away at the home of her brother, Squire George LAND, in Oakdale, at 1:10 o'clock Friday
morning, January
18, 1924, after having been an invalid for the past twenty-five years. She was born in Canonsburg, Pa.,
May 31, 1837, a daughter of the late George and
Phoebe M. Land of Canonsburg. For the past forty years she had been a
resident of Allegheny county. Miss LAND received her education in the Canonsburg schools. She leaves one sister, Mrs.
Clara V. EVANS, wife of W.
J. EVANS, the McDonald tinner, and one brother, George LAND, with whom she lived. Funeral
services were held on Sabbath afternoon at 2:30 o'clock,
conducted by the Rev. W. R. MCMUNN. Interment was in the Oakdale
cemetery.
Miss LAND's six nephews, George R., Robert E., Clarence M., Charles W., and William R. LAND and Morris W. EVANS,
were the pallbearers.

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Source: Jan. 24, 1924 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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LEE, William
William LEE of Tyre died at the home of his nephew, Samuel LEE, on Thursday, December 30, 1915. Death was due to a
sudden attack of apoplexy. Interment was made in Oakdale cemetery.
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Source: 1-7-1916 McDonald PA Record / *Imperial column
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LEWIS, Kate Dawson
Mrs. Kate DAWSON LEWIS, colored, died Wednesday evening, March 9, 1927, at her home in Maple avenue, Oakdale, after several
weeks' illness of a tumor
on the brain. She leaves six children. Mrs. LEWIS was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Agnew
DAWSON. She had lived in Oakdale about all her life.
Services were held at her home Friday afternoon, conducted by the Rev.
A L.
LIGHTFORD, pastor of the A. M. E. Zion church. Interment was in the Oakdale cemetery.
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Source: Mar. 18, 1927 McDonald PA Record
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LEWTON, infant
Born--To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph LEWTON, Tuesday, March 14th, 1922, a son. The little one only living a short time was buried
Wednesday afternoon in the Oakdale cemetery. (*Oakdale column-March 23, 1922 McDonald PA Outlook)
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LOWTHER, Jackson
Our community was greatly saddened Friday evening when word was sent out that Mr. Jackson LOWTHER had passed away. With
life's work well done and his race well won, he was called by the angel of death March 24th, 1922 at 5:30 o'clock after a
sickness of many weeks. Mr. LOWTHER was a great sufferer, but a very patient one. About three weeks ago he underwent an
operation in the Eye, Ear and Throat hospital for mastoid trouble, and from that time on he seemed to be relieved of the
terrible pain he had been suffering for weeks, and was able to be down town. On Thursday he was again stricken with this
terrible pain, and specialists and a nurse were rushed from the city, but all in vain, for God had mapped His plan.
Mr. LOWTHER was born February 15, 1884 and was just passed his 38th birthday. In November 1913 he was united in
marriage to Miss Mary PEDICORD, and to this union was born two children, a son and a daughter. Mr. LOWTHER was a foreman of
the Pipe Line division of the Pure Oil company, a member of the First Presbyterian church and of class 14 of the Sabbath
school; also of the I. O. O. F., Knights of Malta and the Jr. O. W. A. M. orders. These bodies were present at the funeral
services. Mr. LOWTHER was a stockholder in the eh Pure Oil Co. He had many friends because he was a friend to everyone,
always willing to lend a helping hand, and his devotion to his wife and children deserves mentioning. He was loved by all
his fellow workmen, and a large wheel of flowers with on broken spoke represented his circle of workmen. Large beautiful
floral pieces were sent by the Pure Oil company, I. O. O. F., Jr. O. U. A. M., Knights of Malta, S. S. club, Westminster
Guild, Class 14 of the Presbyterian church, and many others, expressing their sympathy by these emblems. The funeral
service was held on Monday afternoon in the Presbyterian church, at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. W. D. LEWIS,
assisted by Rev.. H. A. MOSSER of Crafton. The Rev. H. A. MOSSER and Rev. LEWIS each gave very fitting talks. Rev. LEWIS
paid a beautiful tribute to Mr. LOWTHER, also to his devote wife for her faithfulness and trust in her God. Mr. LOWTHER is
survived by his wife and two children, Donald, seven years old, and Dorothy Anna, two years old, also four sisters, Mrs.
Fred STOCHR and Mrs. William GREEN of Woodsfield, Ohio; Mrs. . D. MANN, of Claysville; Mrs. Flare DAILY of East Liverpool,
Ohio, and three brothers, John W. Claysville, James W., Woodsfield, Ohio, and George T., of Conneaut Lake. Interment was in
the Oakdale cemetery. (March 30, 1922 McDonald PA Outlook)
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MADDEN, Harry S.

Harry S. MADDEN, 70, died suddenly on Saturday, May 14, 1960, in his home in Oakdale. A son of the late William and Emma
QUEER MADDEN, he was born June 1*, 1859, in Mt. Pleasant. He is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Emily DWYER of Chicago,
Ill., Mrs. Genevieve John of Pittman, N. J., Mrs. Hazel OLPTER of Sturgeon, Mrs. Margaret LITTLE of Butler, and Mrs.
Harryette (sic) MULLOOLY of Noblestown; two sons, Harry S. MADDEN, Jr. of Pittsburgh, and Charles MADDEN of Oakdale; a
sister, Mrs. Ruth DODGSON of Uniontown; and two brothers, John MADDEN of Toledo, Ohio, and Charles MADDEN of Trotter. There
are 14 grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday in the Thomas funeral home, Oakdale, in charge of the Rev. C. J.
FARMER, pastor of the Oakdale Presbyterian Church. Burial was in Oakdale cemetery.
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Source: July 31, 1942 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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McDOWELL, LAWRENCE AINSWORTH
Lawrence, 85, of Carnegie, Collier Twp. died Tuesday, April 29, 2008, in Kindred Hospital. He was born May 21, 1922, a son
of the late Lawrence C. and Edna Mae Ainsworth McDowell. Mr. McDowell was a ship builder at Dravo Co. He was a World War II
Army veteran. Surviving are his children: Peggy Sue Spirik of Pittsburgh, Robert McDowell of FL and Kathy McDowell of
Imperial; one grandson, Louis McDowell. Deceased are his wife, Helen Grohoski McDowell who died June 28, 2000 and one
sister. Friends will be received Thursday 2-4 & 6-8pm in the THOMAS-LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE, INC., 5000 Noblestown Road,
Oakdale (724-693-2800) where funeral service will be held at 10am Friday. Interment will follow in Oakdale Cemetery.
April 30, 2008 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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MC ELHANEY, Addison J.
Addison J. MC ELHANEY, 68, died suddenly at 4:20 p.m. Saturday, January 9, 1943, in his home on Seminary avenue, Oakdale,
of a heart attack. A son of the late William J. and Estella WALKER MC ELHANEY, he was born April 8, 1874, in Oakdale,
where he spent his entire life. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Anna B. MILLER MC ELHANEY; two sons: Ward A. of
Meadville and Lester of North Bessemer, and four daughters: Aleta, the wife of Cleon TAYLOR of Woodville; Aida, the wife
of Albert WEISS of Toledo, Ohio; Lola, the wife of Clyde E. BARNES of Sturgeon, and Miss Anna E. MC ELHANEY at home; six
brothers: William of Avella, Charles of McDonald, George of Venice, Edward of Sturgeon, Frank of Imperial, and Glenn
of Concord, Mich. There are three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday
afternoon in the MC ELHANEY home in Oakdale, conducted by the Rev. W. R. MC MUNN, D. D. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
Source: July 31, 1942 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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MCFARLAND, Helen B.
Miss Helen Beall MCFARLAND of Oakdale, died at the home of her aunt, Miss Beth BUCHANAN, in Oakdale on Thursday morning
at 1:30 o'clock. She was the last of the family, neither parents, brothers nor sisters surviving. Funeral services will
be held at the BUCHANAN home this Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be in the Oakdale cemetery.
Source: Sept. 2,1916 McDonald PA Outlook
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MCIVER, Hugh
Mr. Hugh MCIVER died at his home west of Oakdale on Monday noon, September 19th, 1921. Mr. MCIVER was born in County
Tyrone, Ireland and had been a
resident of this country for 52 years, being well known throughout this community and
having many friends who were sorry to learn of his death. He
received his education in Ireland and followed the and farmer
during his
life time. (sic) In 1884 he was married to Miss H. S. MCCLUSKY who died many years ago and in 1895 was married
again to Miss E. M. DODDS, who still
survives. Mr. MCIVER was a man of very quiet nature but was well liked by all who knew
him. He was a friend of everybody. He was a member of the
session of the Oakdale United Presbyterian church, also a member
of the
session of the Noblestown United Presbyterian church and superintendent of the Sabbath school of the same church.
He was Road Supervisor of North
Fayette Township for several years. The funeral services were held at his late home on
Wednesday, September 21st, conducted by Rev. W. R. MCMUNN and
assisted by Rev. W. C. CLELAND, Dr. RITCHIE and Rev. MOOSE.
He leaves to
mourn his loss, his wife and three children, Robert W., Ernest D., and Jane Lucille, all at home. Interment
was made in the Oakdale cemetery. The MCIVER
family have the deepest sympathy of the entire community in their late sorrow.
Those from out of town who attended the funeral were: Mr. Samuel DODDS, Butler, Pa.; Mr. L. G. DODDS and daughter Mary,
Beaver; Mr. and Mrs. Lew
MCKAINE, Bellevue; Miss Sue DODDS, McKeesport; Mrs. Verna MCCLEARY, Beechview; Dr. Walter MCCLEARY,
North Side, Pittsburgh; Mrs. A. LEIGHT and
Mr. Harvey LEIGHT, Glenshaw.
Source: Oct. 6, 1921 McDonald PA Outlook
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MCKEE, George E.
George E. MCKEE, 74, of R. D. 1, Oakdale, died Friday, August 25, 1972, in John J. Kane hospital. He was born May 17, 1898,
in Pittsburgh. Besides his wife, Esther DUERR MCKEE, he is survived by a daughter, Alberta, the wife of Eugene MEEHAN of
Scott Township; and a son, Wayne MCKEE of Oakdale. There are eight grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Funeral
services were held Monday morning in the Thomas funeral home in Oakdale, in charge of the Rev. K. Theodore YAHN, pastor
of the Noblestown U. M. Church. Burial was in Oakdale cemetery.
Source: August 31, 1972 McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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MCMAHON, William H.
On Sabbath morning, January 20, 1930, at 1:30 o'clock William H. MCMAHON passed away at this home after many years of great
suffering. Mr. MCMAHON died of arthritis from which he has suffered for many years and was forced to walk with two crutches
until finally he was bedfast for the past two years. He was born in Butler County, February 1st, 1854 and came to Oakdale
from Elk County in the early nineties. Mr. MCMAHON was a gager for the South West Penn Pipe Line Company but several years
ago was put on pension. Mrs. MCMAHON passed away in 1911 and since that time he and his daughter Mary have lived together.
Mr. MCMAHON was a great sufferer and had been a member of the I. O. O. F. in Oakdale for 37 years. Services were held
Tuesday evening at eight o'clock by the Odd Fellows. He leaves three children, Homer J. MCMAHON, Tulsa, Okla.; Fred D.
MCMAHON, Cisco, Texas, and Mary Margaret, at home, and one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth ALLEN of Dewey, Okla. and seven
grandchildren. Funeral services were held at his late home Wednesday afternoon, January 29 at 2:30 o'clock conducted by the
Rev. J. Melvin KEYS. Interment was in the Oakdale cemetery.
Source: Jan. 30, 1930 / McDonald PA Outlook
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METZ, (Unknown) infant
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David METZ passed away at their home on Sunday. Death was due to pneumonia. Interment
in the Oakdale cemetery.
Source: Jan. 26, 1928 McDonald PA Outlook
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METZ, Jacob Jr.
Jacob METZ, Jr.; who has been an invalid for many months past, died at a Pittsburgh hospital, Friday evening, November 7,
1919. On Saturday he was brought to his home on the South Side; and laid to rest Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the
Oakdale cemetery. funeral services were conducted by Rev. W. R. MCMUNN. Mr. METZ was survived by his wife, one son, his
father and mother and several brothers and sisters. The bereaved family have the sincere sympathy of the community in their
sorrow.
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*From an additional item in the Oakdale column, Mr. METZ had a brother named Henry of Elizabeth, PA, who was married and
had a baby.
Nov. 13, 1919 McDonald PA Outlook
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METZ, Philip
Philip METZ, 69, died at 1:15 p.m. Friday, July 10, 1942, in the Mercy hospital, Pittsburgh, following a year's illness.
He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Philip METZ and was born January 30, 1873, in Germany. He came to America at the age
of ten and had been a resident of this vicinity since. Surviving are five sisters: Miss Katherine and Miss Julia METZ of
Oakdale, Miss Elizabeth and Miss Minnie METZ and Mrs. R. G. HAUGH of Pittsburgh, and two brothers, Jacob METZ of Coraopolis
and Henry METZ of Oakdale. Funeral services were held July 13 in the Marshall Funeral home, conducted by Dr. W. R. MC MUNN.
Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
Source: July, 1942 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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MIDDLEMUS, GRACE MARIE (MILLER)
Mrs. W.C. Middlemus, age 28, Conesville, died at her home from complications and influenza. She had been in ill health for
3 years. She was born in Oakdale Pa on July 1, 1900. Her maiden name was Miller. She was twice married, first to a Mr.
Sample, (sic) and later to Mr. Middlemus. She is survived by a son, Wilmer Sample, 6 step-children, her mother, Mrs. Ella
Miller of Pa. and 3 sisters, Mrs. Ona Harsey, (sic) Uhrichsville, Mrs. Anna McIlaney, (sic) McDonald Pa, and Mrs. Clara
Riser, McKeesport, Pa. She is buried in Oakdale Cemetery, Oakdale, Pa.
Source: Dec. 27, 1928 Obits Coshocton Tribune, OH
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MORITZ, Adam

Adam MORITZ, 86, formerly of Oakdale, died Tuesday, April 1, 1958, in Providence hospital, Beaver Falls. Mr. MORITZ was
born August 27, 1873, in New York City. He was a life
member of the Oakdale Fire Department and was affiliated with
Jamaica Lodge
No. 247, IOOF, Brooklyn, N.Y. He leaves a daughter, Mrs. Arthur SCHOLLAERT of Beaver Falls, with whom he
made his home; a sister, Mrs. A. D. TAYLOR of New York City; two brothers, John MORITZ and Julius MORITZ of New York City;
and a grandson, Arthur
Ronald SCHOLLAERT. His wife, Matilda MILLER MORITZ, died in 1948, and a son, John MORITZ, lost his
life in the Aetna Chemical explosion in Oakdale
in 1918. Funeral services were held last Friday afternoon in Beaver Falls
in charge
of the Rev. J. Sheldon SPANGLER, pastor of the Community Methodist Church. Burial was in Oakdale cemetery.
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(Source: April, 1958 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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MORITZ, Matilda (Miller)

Mrs. Matilda MILLER MORITZ, 72, died at 12:30 a.m. Tuesday, October 15, 1946, in her home Highland avenue, Oakdale,
following a lingering illness.
She was born in New York City. Besides her husband, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs.
Elizabeth
SCHOLLAERT, of Beaver Falls. Funeral services were held October 17 in the Thomas funeral home in charge of the
Rev. H. Carlyle CARSON, pastor of the Oakdale Presbyterian church.
Burial was in Oakdale cemetery.
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(Source: Oct., 1946 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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MULL, Ernest
Mr. Ernest MULL died at his home here on Sunday afternoon at three o'clock. Mr. MULL has been ill for nearly a year, and
his death, while not unexpected, was felt keenly. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church on Wednesday at
2 o'clock. Interment in the Oakdale cemetery.
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7-21-1921 McDonald PA Outlook, *Noblestown column
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NONCLERG, Michael D.
Michael D. NONCLERG, 29, of Virginia Hills, North Fayette Township, died Wednesday, December 17, 1980. A son of Larry and
Evelyn HART NONCLERG, he was born December 6, 1951, in McKees Rocks. Mr. NONCLERG was a teacher of English in the West
Allegheny Middle School. He was a member of the staff of Rescue-West Emergency Medical Service; was Scoutmaster of Boy
Scout Troop No. 910, North Fayette Township; and was Scouting co-ordinator for the West Allegheny area. Besides his
parents, who reside in Jamestown, he is survived by his wife, Kathy NONCLERG of Virginia Hills; a brother, Victor NONCLERG
of Jamestown; and two nieces. Funeral services were held Saturday morning in the Good Shepherd U. P. Church, Oakdale, in
charge of the Rev. Daniel KNOX. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery. Arrangements were by Thomas and Little Funeral Home,
Oakdale.
(Source: Dec. 25, 1980 McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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PARTIN, Irene (Hart)
Mrs. Irene PARTIN, 76, of Pittsburgh, formerly of Oakdale, died Tuesday, March 20, 1984, in her home. A daughter of the
late Michael and Daisy DOBSON HART, she was born February 14, 1908, in England. Surviving are two sisters, Mary HOWELL of
Oakdale and Evelyn NONCLERG of Pymatuning and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held last Saturday morning in the
Thomas and Little funeral home, Oakdale. Burial was in Oakdale cemetery.
(Source: March 29, 1984 McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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PAXTON, Besse J. (Sturgeon)

Mrs. Besse J. STURGEON PAXTON, 58, died at noon Sunday, September 3, 1939, in her home in Oakdale after an illness of
several months.
A daughter of the late Joseph R. and Margaret Wallace STURGEON, she was born January 5, 1881, in Oakdale.
She attended the Pittsburgh Academy and
graduated from Slippery Rock Stat Teachers' college. She and Lloyd S. PAXTON were
untied in Marriage July 8, 1909 in Oakdale by
the Rev. J. B. ... (ripped page). After their marriage they moved to
Columbus, Ohio, and later to Detroit, Mich. In 1932, they came back to Oakdale and have resided here since. Mrs. PAXTON
was a matron in the Boy's
Industrial Home, Oakdale, for one and a half years prior to her illness. She was a member of the
First Presbyterian church, Oakdale.
Besides her husband, she leaves one son, Joseph A. PAXTON of Detroit; three brothers:
Glenn STURGEON, Wallace STURGEON, and Paul STURGEON, and three
sisters: Miss Margaret STURGEON, Mrs. Louis WEINMAN, and
Mrs. Alex
MAGDALENE, all of Oakdale. There is one granddaughter, Sue PAXRON of Detroit. Mrs. PAXTON's mother died in 1907
and her father in 1929.
Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon, September 6, in the First Presbyterian church,
Oakdale, conducted by the pastor, the Rev. Carl H.
WHITE, D. D., assisted by the Rev. E. B. WELSH, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church, Coraopolis. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery. Among those from out-of-town who attended the funeral
were Miss Estella and
Miss Anna PAXTON of Cleveland, Ohio, and A. H. PAXTON of Ashland, Ohio, the Rev. J.B. JAMISON of Mt.
Lebanon, J. B. CALHOUN of New Wilmington, and
Albert STURGEON of Zelienople.
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(Source: Sept., 1939 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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PEASE, S. William

 S. William PEASE, brother of Mrs. W. L. ELLIOTT of McDonald, died January 25, 1952, at his home at Irwin. Not in good
health, he had gone to St. Petersburg, Fla. for a stay. Failing
to improve, he decided to return home and arrived in
Pittsburgh Saturday by
airplane. He continued to decline rapidly. Mr. PEASE was born near Wylandville, a son of the late
Thomas and Jane Mary
WILSON PEASE. His parents died while he was young and he lived for a time with relatives at Oakdale.
He was twice married. His first wife, Elizabeth CLARK of Oakdale died July 30, 1937. Three years later he was united in
marriage with Mrs. Sue MALT of
Irwin, whose death occurred June 21, 1948. Funeral services were held Friday of last week
in Irwin. Burial was in the
Oakdale cemetery.
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Source: Feb. 7, 1952, Obits. McDonald Record-Outlook
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PEDICORD, Mary Alice
Mary Alice PEDICORD, little daughter of William R. and Alice G. PEDICORD (nee REMALEY) aged 11 months and 24 days, died on
Saturday morning about nine o'clock, March 29, 1919 at the home of her great-grandmother, Mrs. COOPER of Vincennes Avenue,
Oakdale. About two weeks ago the PEDICORD family returned from Linwood, Calif., where they had been several months, and
it is thought that little Mary contracted a severe cold, which developed into pneumonia and finally resulted in death.
Little Mary was born in Corliss, on April 4, 1918 and was a very affectionate and loving child and her little face was
always a picture of life and beauty, which will be greatly missed in her home and by all who knew her. The mother and
father and two sisters, Clara and Elsie are left to mourn the great loss and the bereaved family have the sincere sympathy
of the entire community. The funeral services were held on Monday afternoon, March 31st, 1919 at 2 o'clock, conducted by
Rev. W. R. MCMUNN. Interment in the Oakdale cemetery.
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Source: McDonald PA Outlook 4-5-1919
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PORTER, Mary D.
At Washington, Pa., Wednesday, December 3, 1919 at 9:30 a.m., Mary D. PORTER, wife of Henry PORTER, passed to her home
beyond. The funeral services were held in Washington and interment was in the Oakdale cemetery. Mrs. PORTER is the mother
of Mrs. Stephen LONGSTRETCH (LONGSTRETH) of Union avenue, Oakdale. Mr. and Mrs. PORTER at one time lived in Oakdale.
12-11-1919 McDonald PA Outlook
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PORTER, Henry
Mr. HENRY PORTER died in his home at Washington, Pa., January 3, 1921 at 11:30 a.m. Mr. PORTER's death came as a great

shock to his family and friends. While for some time he has been troubled with hardening of the arteries he was not
confined to his home but able to be at his daily duties. He was ill just one hour and death was caused by bursting artery
near the heart. Mr. PORTER was the son of Henry and Nancy PORTER and was born at Derry, Ireland, November 26, 1844. He was
a veteran of the Civil War, belonging to the 139th Pennsylvania Volunteers. In 1865 he was married to Miss Mary FORSYTHE,
who departed this life December 3rd, 1919 just thirteen months previous to the death of Mr. PORTER. For the past four years
the deceased has lived in Washington, Pa., at one time was a resident of Oakdale, but was formerly of Midway and vicinity.
He was a member of the M. E. church of Washington, Pa. The children left to mourn the loss of their father are two
daughters, Mrs. S. W. LONGSTRETH, of Oakdale, and Miss Anna PORTER, of Washington; three sons, Samuel, of Moon Run; James
William, and John PORTER of Washington. The funeral services were held in his late home at Washington on Thursday at 11
o'clock conducted by his pastor, Rev. BURKHART assisted by Rev. MOOSE of the Noblestown M. E. church. The funeral party
drove from Washington to Oakdale cemetery where the body was laid to rest. To the bereaved friends who have been bowed by
sorrow in the death of two loved ones in so short a time all do extend their deepest sympathy.
Jan. 13, 1921 McDonald PA Outlook
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REILLY, SARA E.
96, of Oakdale, South Fayette Twp., on January 4, 2008 in St. Clair Hospital. Born December 19, 1911, daughter of the late
Edward McKissick and Elizabeth M. Kahl; step-daughter of the late Lester M. Kahl; beloved wife of the late Hugh James "Jim"
Reilly, who died November 24, 1993. Mother of James H. Reilly of New Berlin, PA and Robert (Alma) Reilly of Oakdale and
the late Wayne L. Reilly; grandmother of eight; great grandmother of nine; also survived by a number of nieces and nephews.
Preceded in death by two brothers Wayne and Francis McKissick. Sara was very active in the community of Oakdale where she
was a member of many organizations and held many offices. She was the President of the Ladies Auxiliary of the American
Legion, she was the first Valedictorian of South Fayette High School and was a Gold Star Mother. She was also a member of
the Oakdale UP Church. Friends will be received THOMAS-LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE, INC., 5000 Noblestown Road, Oakdale
(724-693-2800) 2-4 & 6-8 pm on Tuesday, where services will be held on Wednesday at 11 am. Interment will follow in
Oakdale Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Oakdale UP Church.
January 06, 2008 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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RENIETADTLEN baby

A little RENIETADTLEN baby of Collier township was buried in Oakdale cemetery Monday evening.
*Oakdale column / 8-18-1921 McDonald PA Outlook
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RICHARDS, Elizabeth
Mrs. Elizabeth RICHARDS passed peacefully away at her home on Guy Hill, Oakdale, Sunday afternoon, February 26, 1922, at
3:40 o'clock. During Sunday morning she suffered with indigestion ad it was thought that this was what caused her death in
the afternoon. She was preparing to receive communion from the Rev. MOOSE of the Methodist church of Noblestown, when she
entered the Great Beyond. For the past 26 years she has lived in Oakdale moving here from Petrolia, Pa., Butler County.
Fifteen years ago her husband departed this life and since that time she and her daughter Katie lived together. She was
born in Cornell, England and came to this country many years ago. Mrs. RICHARDS was a member of the Methodist church of
Noblestown and was known to all the people as "Grandma" RICHARDS. The funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon in
the Methodist church of Noblestown, conducted by the Rev. MOOSE, pastor of that church. She leaves to mourn her loss four
children, Katie, with whom she lived; Mrs. Lyda WIDGER, Chicora, Pa., Butler county; Mrs. Anna NICHOLS and Mr. John H.
RICHARDS, both of Johnstown, Pa. The entire community express their sincere sympathy in their recent bereavement. Interment
was made in the family lot in the Oakdale cemetery.
March 2, 1922 McDonald PA Outlook
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RIFLEY, Mrs. Jacob (Catherine)
Word was received Sabbath night of the death of Mrs. Jacob RIFLEY of Ingram, formerly of here. Mrs. RIFLEY has been in poor
health for the past year. The funeral services where held Tuesday afternoon in Oakdale Presbyterian church. Interment was
in Oakdale cemetery.
Dec. 1, 1921, McDonald PA Outlook
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SHRUM, Alice M.
SHRUM - On Thursday, Dec. 27, 1951, Alice M., wife of the late William H. Shrum of Noblestown, Pa.; mother of Mrs. Sam M.
Galloway, Mrs. William Weinfeld and Frank o. Shrum. Friends received at the Thomas Funeral Home, Oakdale, Pa., where
services will be held Monday, Dec. 31, at 2 p. m.
(The Pittsburgh Press, page 24, dated Dec. 28, 1951), (CG)
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SHRUM, Frank O.
SHRUM - Suddenly, on Monday, Oct. 31, 1955, Frank O. of Noblestown, Pa., father of Frank Jr., and William Shrum; brother of
Mrs. Hazel Galloway, of Noblestown and Mrs. Enid Wienfeld, of Falls Church, Va. Friends received at the Thomas Funeral Home,
Oakdale, Pa., where services will be held Thursday, at 3:30 p. m.
(Newspaper unknown, date unknown), (CG)
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SHRUM, William H.
SHRUM - On Wednesday, April 30, 1941, William H. Shrum, aged 70 years, husband of Alice May Shrum. Friends received at the
Marshall Funeral Home, Oakdale, Pa. Funeral services at Noblestown U. P. Church Saturday, May 3, at 2 p. m. D. S. T.
(Pittsburgh Press, page 39, Thursday, May 1, 1941)
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William Harmer Shrum was born November 23rd, 1870, in Venango county and died April 31st, 1941. His father was the Amos
Altman Shrum and his mother, Margaret Hutchinson, of the well known West Newton family. Surviving are his wife, Alice M.
Brockmyer, and three children, Frank O., Hazel S. Galloway, and Enid S. Weinfeld, and also three grandchildren. Mr. Shrum
was the eldest of nine children, of whom two brothers, Joseph and Amos, three sisters; May, Mrs. Hortense Springer, and Mrs.
Blanch Gregg survive. While a young boy Mr. Shrum was trained in gardening and cultivating flowers. Mr. Shrum enlisted in
the Pennsylvania National Guard while young and saw service at the Homestead Strike, Oil City Flood, Johnstown Flood of
1889, and later in Spanish-American War. In the early 90's he came to Noblestown to work in oil field. He was married to
Miss Elizabeth Gross in 1896, who died in September 20th, 1897. At the outbreak of our war with Spain, he served with
Company C, 14th Regt., Oakdale. Mr. Shrum was married to Alice May Brockmyer January 24, 1900, who survives him. The
Brockmyer Family is well known in the valley. Mr. Brockmyer, a Civil War Veteran, having come to this valley in 1890.
Mr. Brockmyer is interred in the Oakdale cemetery. For over thirty years he served as Trustee and Elder of the United
Presbyterian Church of Noblestown. A former pastor, Rev. Dr. C. M. Ritchie, in writing of his death, said: "Mr. Shrum was
always loyal to his Church, and Noblestown will not seem the same without him." Last October he entered the Veteran's
Hospital at Aspinwall for the second time for a heart ailment and for a time he improved, but early in this year grew
worse and passed away April 31st, 1941. He was laid to rest in the family lot in Oakdale Cemetery.
(unknown paper, unknown date), (CG)
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SLATER, Gertrude May (Hellings)
Mrs. Gertrude May HELLINGS SLATER, 61, wife of William E. SLATER, died at 4:50 a.m. Saturday, July 2, 1938, in her home,
1*2 Center avenue, Oakdale, following an illness of 22 months. A daughter of John C. and Mary Pauline HELLINGS, she was
born November 18, 1876, in Philadelphia. She attended the Wilkinsburg schools. She and William E. SLATER were united in
marriage June 8, 1896, in the United Brethren church, Wilkinsburg, by the Rev. J. I. L WR**LER. Before her marriage she
taught school in Blawnox, Penn township, Allegheny county, and after her marriage she taught in Pittsburgh. She had
been a resident of Milltown, Unity and Butler before coming to Oakdale in 1904. She was a member of the First Presbyterian
church, Oakdale, the Order of the Eastern Star of McDonald, and the Dames of Malta of Pittsburgh. Besides her husband,
she is survived by one sister, Mrs. N. F. DODDS of Langeloth. A son, Wayne, died June 22, 1921. Funeral services were
held Monday morning in the Presbyterian church, Oakdale, conducted by the Rev. Carl H. WHITE, D. D. Burial was in the
Oakdale cemetery.
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(Source July 8, 1938 McDonald Record-Outlook)
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SMITH, Curtis Ellsworth
Curtis Ellsworth SMITH, aged 72 years, 8 months and 19 days, of Clinton avenue, Oakdale, died at 4 a.m. Monday, July 1,
1935, in the Presbyterian hospital, Pittsburgh, following a four-day illness of gall stones. A son of Thomas and Harriet
ROOPS SMITH, he was born in Venango county, September 12, 1862. He was thrice married, his first wife being Celia Catherine
YARD of Venango county. Margaret DIXON, his second wife, died in 1906, and his third wife, Rebecca DIXON, died about
seventeen years ago. Mr. SMITH was a building contractor and had resided in Oakdale since 1891 except for a short stay in
Noblestown, from 1894 until 1897. He was a member of the Oakdale U. P. Church. He is survived by two sons, Leroy SMITH of
Meridian and Earl SMITH of Akron, Ohio. Two sisters, Mrs. Addie TERAL of Edinboro and Mrs. Julia MECKLEY of Grove City, and
a brother, J. W. SMITH of Oakdale, also survive. There are 14 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services
were held on Wednesday afternoon in the home of his brother in Oakdale, in charge of the Rev. Carl H. WHITE, Rev. W. R.
MCMUNN, D. D., both of Oakdale, and the Rev. T. V. DUGAN of Meridian. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery. Those from a
distance who attended the CURTIS funeral in Oakdale on Wednesday afternoon were Mrs. William MARSHALL and Verne MCKELVY of
Cuba, N. Y., Grace CARTER and Samuel MCKELVY of West Clarksville, N. Y., Addie KREITNER of Port Allegheny, and John MCKELVY
of Bradford.
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(Source: July 5, 1935 McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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SUDEKUM, Hanna (Mills)
 Mrs. Hannah MILLS SUDEKUM died at 11 a.m. Monday, May 25, 1931, in her home in Noblestown after an illness of several
months duration. Mrs. SUDEKUM was born in Lancastershire, England, June 3, 1854. She came to the United States with her
father at the age of ten years, leaving her mother and two sisters in England. On September 23, 1872, she was united in
marriage with George SUDEKUM of Hanover, Germany, who died about four years ago. Four daughters were born to this union:
Mena C. The wife of John NEISER of Noblestown, Anna D. OWEN, deceased, Elizabeth A. the wife of George BATEMAN of R. D. 1,
Oakdale, and Miss Margaret at home. She is survived also by two granddaughters: Mrs. Esther MCMURRAY of Oakdale and Mrs.
Ruth APITACH of Hollidays Cove, W. Va., and by six great-grandchildren. A grandson Albert NEISER died about nine months
ago. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon of last week in the home, conducted by the Rev. W. V. GROVE of the
McKees Rocks United Presbyterian church, who was assisted by the Rev. John C. HARE of the Noblestown M. E. church. Burial
was in the Oakdale cemetery.
(Source: June, 1931 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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TACOLA, GEORGE F.
Age 66, formerly of Oakdale, on February 24, 2008; son of the late George and Ina B. (Greenfield) Tacola; brother of
Juanita Frable of TN, Louise Lewellyn of Carnegie, and Mary Jean Fiorentini of Carnegie; also survived by 12 nieces &
nephews; and a number of great- nieces & nephews. He will be missed by his best friend, Taco the dog. He was employed by
Oakdale Boro. Friends will be received at the THOMAS-LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE INC., 5000 Noblestown Rd., Oakdale, PA, on
Wednesday from 2-9pm, where services will be held on Thursday at 11am. Interment will follow in Oakdale Cemetery.
February 26, 2008 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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THOMPSON, Robert Marion
Mr. Robert Marion THOMPSON passed away at 9:25 o'clock on Monday morning, Dec. 8, 1919, at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
G. W. WASHABAUGH, Center avenue, Oakdale, after a long suffering illness of many weeks, although not confined to his bed
until the past week. Mr. THOMPSON was in his 79th year, born February 24, 1941 at Portsmouth, Ohio and was a Civil war
veteran. On June 24, 1862, he enlisted in Co. C, 91 Reg. Ohio Vol. Inf. and was made corporal and served until the close
of the war when he received his honorable discharge June 24, 1865, then being a sergeant. Mr. THOMPSON was a rig builder
all his life and a man of fine qualities, never indulging in anything that would be abusive to the body; a man with a
quiet disposition yet a beautiful character. In March 1913, Mrs. THOMPSON died. He leaves to mourn his loss, two daughters,
Mrs. George WASHABAUGH of Oakdale and Mrs. John GROVES of Cleveland; and two sons, R. M., Jr., of Cleveland and F. C. of
Louisiana; also eleven grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret WALLS/WELLS? and Mrs. Annabell CARTER of Sedan, Ohio.
The funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. W. D. _____. Interment was in the Oakdale
cemetery. December 11, 1919 McDonald PA Outlook
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TRENARY, Albert
Albert TRENARY, 80, died at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, August 18, 1946 in his home in Hickman, following a lingering illness. He
was born June 14, 1866 in Sewickley. He is survived by two daughters; Mrs. Pearl LEYDA of Hickman and Mrs. Clara
KINNEY of Detroit; a son William TRENARY of Oakdale, and a brother, Jack TRENARY of Lawton, Okla. His wife, Laura LIGGETT
TRENARY, died in 1934. There are 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held from the Thomas
Funeral Home, Oakdale, in charge of the Rev. Mr. RICHARDSON of the Federal M. E. church. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
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(Source: Aug., 1946 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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VANSICKLE, Robert

OAKDALE MAN KILLED BY HIT-RUN IN MICH. SERVED FOUR YEARS IN ARMY IN WW II; BODY BROUGHT TO OAKDALE
Robert VANSICKLE, 30, son of the late A. O. VANSICKLE and Mrs. Lou VANSICKLE, formerly of Oakdale, was instantly killed
early Saturday morning,
February 23, near Brighton, Mich., by a hit-run driver. VANSICKLE, who left Oakdale about a year
ago to make his home in Detroit,
was employed as a truck driver by the Brada Cartage Truck Co. Officials of the company
said his truck had broken down and another employee, Clifford
CHARLTON, had been sent to tow the truck to the garage.
Police surmised the two were inspecting their towing connection when the hit-run car bore down on them. VANSICKLE was
crushed against the side of
his truck by the careening auto. CHARLTON was taken to a hospital, suffering with leg injuries.
Police arrested the suspected driver, Anthony SACK., Jr., of Brighton, a short time after in a restaurant eight miles east
of Brighton. He is being
held at the Levingstone county jail. Mr. VANSICKLE was born September 30, 1921, in Oakdale where
he resided
until going to Detroit a year ago. He and Ireen SKOP of Oakdale were married, May, 26, 1944. He served four
years in the army in World War II,
three years of which were spent overseas. Surviving besides his wife are a daughter,
Patricia, 6; four sisters, Mrs.
Elmer WALK, Oakdale; Mrs. John SMITH, Detroit; Mrs. J. K. ILIK, Washington, and Mrs. Rudy
ILIK, Monterey Park, Calif.; a brother, Charles VANSICKLE,
Detroit, and his mother, Mrs. A. O. VANSICKLE, Detroit. Funeral
services were held Tuesday afternoon in the Thomas funeral home,
Oakdale, in charge of the Rev. W. V. Ritchie. Military
services were in
charge of Oakdale Post 171, American Legion. Burial was in the Oakdale
cemetery.
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(Source: Feb., 1952 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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VAN SICKLE, William "Little Billy"

A very sad accident occurred Friday afternoon about four o'clock when the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Allie VAN SICKLE lost
his life by drowning in the North Branch Creek, which flows directly in back of their home in Oakdale. Little "Billy" would
be three years old in September nd was the joy of the household. His mother had just cleaned the little fellow up to take
him to the barbershop to have his hair cut. The little fellow wandered to the back of the yard and in some unknown manner
fell from the stone wall into the creek where the waster was about a foot deep. His little face showed that he must have
struck some stones as bruises were very vivid. It is though that he was knocked unconscious by falling ... the stream and
therefore unable to struggle for his life. Little "Billy" will be greatly missed by all who knew him for his smiling face
and his pretty blue eyes were a picture of joy and happiness. Besides his mother and father he leaves two sisters, Grace,
who was visiting in Chicago at the time of the accident, and little Mary, and a brother Charles. The funeral services were
held Monday morning at 10 o'clock at the home of his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. VAN SICKLE, conducted by Rev.
W. D. ___.
Interment was in the Oakdale cemetery.

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Source: 9-4-1919 McDonald PA Outlook
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VRESH, MARGUERITE (STEWART)
84, of Oakdale, on February 7, 2007; beloved daughter of the late Samuel and Margaret Ethel (Snyder) Stewart; beloved wife
of the late John H. Vresh who passed away June 21, 2003; mother of David (Jane) Fehl of Moon Twp.; sister of Robert (June)
B. Stewart of SC; sister-in-law of Alice Stewart; also survived by a number of nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death
by her brothers, David Arnold, Alvin Verne and Francis Eugene Stewart. She was a retired executive secretary for Shea
Management in Point Park Community College. She was a member of St. Patrick R.C. Church, Noblestown. Friends will be
received 7-9 Thursday; 2-4 & 7-9 Friday at the THOMAS-LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE, INC., 5000 Noblestown Rd., Oakdale, Mass of
Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday at 10am at St. Patrick R.C. Church, Noblestown Rd, North Fayette Twp.,
Oakdale, PA. Interment will follow in Oakdale Cemetery. Published Thursday, February 08, 2007
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VIRTUE, Guy Ellsworth

Guy Ellsworth VIRTUE, 44, of Clinton avenue, Oakdale, died at 6:15 p.m. Thursday, July 14, 1938, in the Woodville
hospital after a four month's illness. He was a son of Mrs. Nettie DEVITT VIRTUE and the late Robert VIRTUE, and was
born January 18, 1894, in Oakdale, where he spent his entire life. He and Luretta PASCOE of Pittsburgh were married
November 21, 1935, in Wellsburg. Mr. VIRTUE served on the American border in Mexico. He was a member of the Noblestown
M. E. church. Besides his wife and his mother, he leaves a son, Thomas and a daughter, Alice Jane, both at home, and
one sister, Mrs. John GORMAN of Akron, Ohio. His father died December 5, 1935; a brother Clifford, died February 3, 1932;
and a sister Hazel, died March 13, 1926. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon in the Virtue home, conducted
by the Rev. Carl H. WITE, D. D., pastor of the Oakdale Presbyterian church.
Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
(Source: McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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WACKER, Lois Geoann
Lois Geoann, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. WACKER of Western avenue, Oakdale, died at 11:24
Saturday morning, September 3, 1927, in the Children's hospital, Pittsburgh. Lois was born May 19, 1927, and was
aged 3 months and 14 days. She had been sick about 12 days of bowel trouble. Saturday morning she was taken to
the hospital, where she died an hour after. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the home of the parents,
conducted by the Rev. Dr. J. E. DETWEILER. Interment was in the family lot in the Oakdale cemetery. This is the fourth
child of Mr. and Mrs. WACKER to die in the past seven years.
Sept. 9, 1927 / McDonald PA Record
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Addendum
Little Geoann WACKER, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George WACKER, who died September 3d in the Children's hospital,
died from a lapse of the bowels, or telescoping of the bowels and not from having been fed something by a smaller
sister, as had been reported. Dr. PRICE and Dr. FOSTER of the Children's hospital performed the autopsy.
Sept. 16, 1927 / McDonald PA Record
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WALKER, Clara
Miss Clara WALKER, aged 59 years, died at her home in Station street, Thursday evening, February 16, at 6:00 after a few
days illness. Miss WALKER was born on the WALKER homestead about two miles north of Noblestown and came to McDonald with
her mother about fifteen years ago. Miss WALKER is survived by her mother and two brothers, Newton at home and Dr. W. J.
WALKER of Greensburg, Pa. Funeral services were held at her late home Saturday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock in charge of Rev.
B. B. HARRISON. Interment was in the Oakdale cemetery.
February 23, 1922 McDonald PA Outlook
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WALKER, Lawrence S.
Lawrence S. WALKER was laid to rest Sunday afternoon, November 26, (sic) in the Oakdale cemetery. Mr. WALKER was born
November 12th, 1868 at Noblestown, in the home where he died Thursday evening at 6 p.m. He was the son of Gabriel and
Levina HASTINGS WALKER. He lived his whole life in this community; as a boy, he attended Aalley No. 8 school. His life work
was devoted to farming. Mr. WALKER was a member of the United Presbyterian church of Noblestown, also a member of the Moose
and Owl clubs. He was married twice; the last time, May 3, 19196, at Wellsburg, W. Va. For some time Mr. WALKER has been
suffering from tuberculosis, having recently returned from a Pittsburgh hospital where his case was reported hopeless. he
is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ello Susan WALKER (sic) and five children, Howard A., of Holidays Cove, W. Va.; Charles G.,
Amos J., Lawrence S. Jr., and Margaret J. at home, sister Clara WALKER, also his mother Mrs. Levina WALKER. Funeral
services were held Sunday afternoon at Noblestown U. P. church at two o'clock, conducted by his pastor, Rev. RITCHIE,
assisted by Rev. VARNER of the Methodist church. Mr. Lawrence S. WALKER was born November 12, 1869, and passed away
Thursday evening, October 23, aged 49 years, 11 months and 11 days. He had spent his entire life on the farm where he was
born. He leaves his mother, aged 81 years, a sister and a brother, Newton WALKER, all residents of McDonald, also Wilder
WALKER, a brother, at Greensburg, and Harold P. WALKER, a brother in Shelton, Neb., these with his wife and children and a
host of friends remain to mourn his loss.
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*Noblestown U. P. Church column, note the differences, all as given
Oct. 30, 1919 McDonald PA Outlook
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WALKER, Levina Hastings (Mrs.)

Mrs. Levina HASTINGS WALKER died in the 86th year of her age at her home in Station street Friday evening, January 25th,
between 8 and 9 o'clock. Mrs. WALKER had been in her usual health until Friday evening when she complained of not feeling
so well, and retired a little earlier than usual. At 9 o'clock she was found dead in her bed. Mrs. WALKER was one of the
early settlers in this section. She was born near Oakdale, where she spend most of her life, moving to McDonald in 1902.
She was united in marriage to Gabriel WALKER, of Walker's Mill, September 29, 1859. Mr. WALKER died November 18, 1900. She
is survived by two sons, Newton, at home and Dr. W. J. WALKER, of Greensburg, Pa. A brother J. M. HASTINGS, of Iowa, and a
sister, Mrs. Racheal KAUP, of Kansas state, also survive. Funeral services were held at her late home Sunday afternoon at
2 o'clock in charge of the Rev. E. S. WALLACE, D. D., of Pittsburgh. Interment was in the Oakdale cemetery.
January 31, 1924/McDonald PA Outlook
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WALKER, Newton
Newton WALKER, 82, died Wednesday, January 25, 1950, in the Veterans' hospital, Aspinwall, where he had been a patient the
past two months. The son of Gabriel and Lavina HASTINGS WALKER, he was born May 14, 1867, in Noblestown. He was married to
Maude P. SHRUM April 29, 1902. She died November 8, 1905. In August, 1929, he married Jessie MOORE, who still survives. A
stepdaughter, Mrs. Helen MOORE COOK of Bellevue, also survives. He was a former member of the Noblestown U. P. church and a
veteran of the Spanish-American War. He belonged to Captain Alfred W. HUNT Veterans Association, Camp No. 1 of Pittsburgh.
He had been a contracting carpenter and had spent most of his life in this community. Friends are being received at the
Pettit Funeral Home where funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in charge of the Rev. Samuel E. GLASS. Burial
will be in Oakdale cemetery.
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Jan. 27, 1950 McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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WASHINGTON, William
William WASHINGTON, 65, of Valley street, McDonald, died February 26, 1952, in the Presbyterian hospital following an
operation. He had been a resident of McDonald for six years, residing with his niece, Mrs. Bessie CRAVEN. He was a member
of the First Baptist church of Youngstown, Ohio, and Pride of the West Lodge No. 196. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Lula
LINDSEY of Brooklyn, N. Y., two nieces and two nephews. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon in the Trinity AME
Zion church, Oakdale, in charge of the Rev. A. A. HENDERSON. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
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Source: Mar. 6, 1952, Obits. McDonald, PA Record-Outlook
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WATSON, Elmer
 Elmer WATSON, 19, died about 10 o'clock Tuesday evening, May 5, 1931. He had been an invalid all his life. He was born
March 5, 1912, in Oakdale, a son of William WATSON and the late Irene EKIN WATSON. Besides his father he leaves his twin
sister Esther WATSON, another sister Ella Irene WATSON, and a brother William WATSON. Funeral services were held Friday
afternoon in the home conducted by the Rev. Dr. J. M. KEYS. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.
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(Source: May, 1931 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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WRIGHT, Ella Margaret
On Saturday morning, January 5, 1924, at 2:30 o'clock, Ella Margaret, daughter of Clyde L. and Margaret SESLEY WRIGHT of
Western avenue, Oakdale, Pa., passed peacefully away after a lingering illness of nine months. Ella was born March 19, 1910
at Gregg, Pa. and was in her fourteenth year. She was a member of the United Presbyterian church and a devoted reader of her
Bible. She was active in the Junior organizations of the church prior to her illness and was also a member of the Eighth
grade of the Oakdale Public school. Ella had a large host of friends who will greatly miss her beautiful smile and friendly
way. During her long illness she was very patient and always had a smile and a cheery word for every one. The floral
offerings were numerous and beautiful, expressing the esteem and affection in which she and her parents are held in this
community. *portion cut* Besides her parents she leaves two sisters, Mary Louise and Dorothy Elizabeth and one brother,
James Clyde. The funeral was held at her late home on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. W. R. MCMUNN,
assisted by the Rev. W. D. LEWIS. Interment was in the Oakdale cemetery. The bereaved family have the deepest sympathy of
the entire community in their sadness.
Jan. 17, 1924/McDonald PA Outlook

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YOURD, Beatrice (Vance)
Beatrice VANCE YOURD, wife of James Dickson YOURD, died suddenly January 31, 1952, in her home, Station street, McDonald.
Mrs. YOURD, a daughter of the late Jerome and Ella MCELHERRON VANCE, was born September 6, 1885, at Burgettstown. She was
a resident of McDonald for
the last 21 years, and formerly resided for 12 years at Imperial. She was a member of the First
Presbyterian church of McDonald.
Surviving besides her husband, are two sons, QMQ1 Dickson Vance YOURD, in the U. S. Navy
and stations aboard the USS Hale, and William YOURD of
Weirton, W. Va.; one daughter, Jean, wife of Williams BURNS, of
McDonald;
two sisters, Mrs. C. W. MCHENNEY, of Kittanning, and Miss Daise Foster VANCE of St. Petersburg, Fla., and two
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the Rogers funeral home, in charge of the Rev. Donald L.
AIREY. Burial was in the Oakdale cemetery.

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Source: Feb. 7, 1952, Obits. McDonald Record-Outlook
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