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Tombstone Inscriptions from
ROBB CEMETERY
(a/k/a Hillsdale and/or Hilldale)
North Fayette Township
Allegheny County, PA


Unless otherwise noted,
Copyrighted Reading by JEANNE WILL and NANCY LONG, nancylong3@ver-nospam-izon.net
with the help of TERRY COOK
7 September 1999

Location: McDonald, PA on Valley Street, past the Dollar store, turn right onto Hudson at the corner of Valley and Hudson, 
up the hill to an unmarked gate on the left. Cemetery is up another hill, hidden from the road.

Updated: April 1, 2012

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Surname, First Name, Birth Date, Death Date, Other
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ALLARD, Alfred M., 1890 - 1919, Husband
ALLARD, Eloise, Sept 1888 - May 1914
ALLARD, Francis, 1917 - 1918, "Our Darling"
ALLEGERGE, Amelia C., 1879 - 1962, "May she rest in peace"
ALLEGERGE, Edward A., 1900 - 1927, "May he rest in peace"
ALLEGRE, Edward A., 1900 - 1917
ALLEGRE, Eugene J., 1862 - 1940, "May He Rest In Peace"
AMIC, Ferdinand C., 1880 - 1946, Husband
AMIC, Paul A., Feb 5, 1918 - May 10, 1938, Son
AMIC, Selina M., 1877 - 1950, Wife
ARNAL, Paul E., 1905 - 1915
ARNAL, Paul J., 1879-1958, Father
ARNAL, Rose CHAUVET, 1886 - 1953, Mother
BLANCHON, Aurelie, 1884 - 1966 (same stone as Leon)
BLANCHON, Ivonne, 1920 - 1921
BLANCHON, Leon, 1876 - 1944, (same stone as Aurelie)
BLUEMONT, Alexandre, 1860 - 1923, Father
BLUEMONT, Octavie, 1866 - 1938, Mother
CALTUMO, Alfred, 1931 - 1931
CAMPFIELD, Louis M., 1901 - 1931, Husband
CAMPFIELD, Victor, 1863 - 1936, Husband
CAPITANI, Adelaide, 1864 - 1918
CAPITANI, John B., April 17, 1883 - Sept. 17, 1938, Father
CAPITANI, Sara Laverne, May 13, 1925 - July 4, 1925, In Memory of Our Baby
CAPITANI, Sara, Sept, 15, 1894 - Feb.20, 1952, Mother
CHARLEIR, Constance G., 1852-1936
CHARLIER, Peter J., 1848-1913
COLODOMIR, Canonge, 1854 - 1917, "At Rest"
CUJAS, Desiree, 1852 - 1945, (same stone as Emanuel)
CUJAS, Emanuel, 1849 - 1920, (same stone as Desiree)
DANIEL, Danton, 1900 - 1900
DANIEL, Louis E., 1866 - 1940
DAYE, Ansel, 1858 - 1922, (obit), (VV)
DAYE, Marie Fountain, 1856 -1922, His wife
DeFONZO, Fern G., 1914 - 1976, Wife & Mother
DESCUTNER, Marie N., 1882 - 1910, Icirepos
DESCUTNER, P.J., d: Mar 13, 1907 aged 59 years, "Gone but not forgotten"
DICKINSON, Lorinda H., d: Jan 20, 1900, age 57 yrs 7 mos five days. "It is so sweet to trust in Jesus" (3 graves no stones, metal markers)
DICKSON, James, Pvt Co M 10th U S Cal., 1863 - 1934, Indian War, (Spanish War Veteran Marker and Flag)
DOPLER, David Byron, 6-1-1882 / 6-4-1903, "Gone But Not Forgotten"
DUFRESNE, Marie J., 1900 - 1970 (Frank J. Nation Service-metal marker)
DUFRESNE, Sarah E., 1849 - 1904
DUSSERE, Louis, 1832 - 1912
FAGES, Albert, 1866 - 1934
FAGES, Auguste, Sept. 28, 1895 - April 12, 1915.
FAGES, Berthe, 1864 - 1922
FAVRE, Charles A., 1865 - 1917, (Thomas Little)-Small metal marker
FLORET, Prospert N., 1887 - 1905 "In Repose"
FONTANY, Marie V., 1870 - 1910, James Funeral Home (metal marker on large stone), Ici Repose Marie Fontany, 10 Julieri 1870 - Oct 1910
FRANKLIN, Alice B., 1900 - 1923
FRANKLIN, Marcel A. 1897 - 1919
GALLIARD, Louis, 1917 - 1918
GALLIARD, Roger H., 1908 - 1983, (small plastic marker-Thomas A. Little Funeral Home)
LEGRAND, Amie, 1914 - 1915
LEGRAND, Joseph, 6-18-1872 / 3-24-1943
LEGRAND, Jules, 1915 - 1917
LINARD, Francis, 1865 - 1943 (plastic marker)
MARK, Henry, 1871 - 1934
MASQUELIER, Julien, 1830 - 1890
MASQUELIER, Marie, 1860 - 1921, His wife
MASQUELIER, Petronille Leton, 1833 - 1894
MASQUELIER, Zacharie, 1859 - 1922
MASQUELLIER, Alva E., April 21, 1922 - Oct. 17, 1922, Our Baby
MASQUELLIER, Eli, 1857-1939 (metal marker)
MASQUELLIER, Elise DEHOUX, 1859-1931 (metal marker)
MASQUELLIER, Howard W., 1947 (metal marker)
MASQUELLIER, Jeannette, August 8, 1892-August 29, 1974
MASQUELLIER, Julian, 1863-1920
MASQUELLIER, Maria D., 1876-1920
MASQUELLIER, William E., July 12, 1895-April 9, 1941
MAURIN, Marie, 1865 - 1946, Mother
MAURIN, Victor, 1862 - 1937, Father
McCABE, Clyde, 1908 - 1971 (also C.W. McCabe marker)
McCABE, Edward, 1943 - 1944
McCABE, Freda, (1922-living)
McCABE, Harold, 1934 - 1934
MON?, Louis, (Hidden in weeds and trees in a fenced in lot)
MORTELETTE, Charlotte, 1865 - 1923
MORTELETTE, Peter, 1861 - 1928
MULTUNAS, Joseph, 1906 - 1981, Father
POSKIN, Desire, July 28, 1856 - Oct. 16, 1928 "At Rest
POSKIN, Elmer, 1912 - 1920 (lamb on stone)
POSKIN, Emile, March 12, 1854 - Sept. 4, 1909
POSKIN, Mary A., 1859 - 1922, Wife
POSKIN, Mary A., 1882 - 1910, Daughter
POSKIN, Noami A., Jan. 5, 1924 - July 22, 1927
POUNDS, Laverne, 1920 - 1921, (plastic marker)
RAY, Celina A., 1860 - 1936
REBOUL, Camille, 1876 - 1918, Mother (same stone)
REBOUL, Felix J., 1878 - 1918, Father
RICHARD, Alberthe, 1887 - 1969
RICHARD, Auguste, 1883 - 1934
ROBB, large stone, no names or dates
ROMESTAN, Marcel, 1924 - 1925 (small metal marker)
SEMELLA, Joseph, 1851 - 1915, "At Rest"
SMITH, Amelia, 1880-1936 (metal marker-Leo J. Henney Funeral Home)
SMITH, Bert ROBB, 1879-1925
SMITH, Carl W., 1880-1954 (metal marker-Leo J. Henney Funeral Home)
SMITH, Francis C. 1858-1924
SMITH, John A., 1910-1938 (metal marker-Leo J. Henney Funeral Home)
SMITH, Minnie B., 1873-19??
SUPLIT, Charlotte, 1866 - 1938
SUPLIT, E. Joseph, 1885 - 1918
SUPLIT, John Joseph, 1857 - 1929
TESTAS, Leah, Oct 28, 1874 - Jan 7, 1943, Born in France
TOULOUSE, I. O.(?), (metal marker), Baby, 1943 - 1943 (Nation Funeral Home)
TOULOUSE, Marie L., 1873 - 1977, Mother
TOULOUSE, Marius E., 1839 - 1937, Father
TOULOUSE, V. C., 1839 - 192_, (metal marker)
TOURNAY, Mamie, July 6, 1879 - Dec 17, 1906, Wife of Gustave
TOURNAY VEYDT, Celina, 1875 - 1922, Wife
TOURNEY, Henrietta, b: Belgium, d: June 19, 1914, 60yo, w/o Gregory, (obit below), (CT)
VEYDT, Emile, 1870 - 1939, Father
VEYDT, Jeannette, 1921 - 1921
VEYDT, Marie, Wife of Emile
POSKIN, 15 Sep. 97 - 4 Mar. 1919, "Gone but not forgotten"


Obituaries:
DAY, Ansel
Ansel DAY, 64 years old, a respected citizen of McDonald, died at his home in Valley street on Friday morning January 20, 1922, at 5:50 o'clock, after a lingering illness, from miners' asthma. Mr. DAY was born in Belgium and came to the United States thirty two years ago. He located in McDonald and had lived here since. In 1891 he was united in marriage with Mrs. Mary FOUNTAIN. He followed the occupation of a miner nearly all his life, excepting for a short time in recent years when he was employed on the railroad. Three years ago he suffered a slight stroke. He had been ailing more or less since. He is survived by his wife and three daughters: Kate, the wife of Constantine WILLIAMSON of North McDonald street, Nellie, the
wife of William POUNDS of Valley street and Maria, the wife of Morgan JONES of Valley street. There are also two stepsons and four stepdaughters: Mark DENNY of North McDonald street, Alexander FOUNTAIN Of Valley street, Annie, the wife of Emile VEYDT of Colliers, W. Va., Mary, the wife of Harry DUBOIS of Belgian hill, Helen, the wife of Abel RANDOUR of North McDonald street and Rose, the wife of Alex POSKIN of Valley street. Funeral services were held at the late home of the deceased in Valley street on Sunday afternoon at three o'clock, conducted by the Rev. J. H. DEBOLT, pastor of the
Methodist church. Interment was in Hilldale cemetery.
(January 26, 1922, McDonald PA Outlook), (VV)
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TOURNEY-Henrietta-obit, (CT)


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(VV) = vvalentine4@comcast.net


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