Source: 1942 Volume 5 Number 2, Pages 38–48
The Great Valley Baptist Cemetery
DAVIS, Lewis. son Deacon Davis, d. 10/3/1810; aged 24 years.
Louis. son Enoch & Ann, d. 9/10/1818; aged 3/11/9.
Lucien E. son Wm. & Emma, d. 9/25/1888; aged 20 years.
Marcia. dau. Wm. & Hannah, d. 5/1/1826; aged 2l/5. (Cf. verse Hannah
Our Maggie. aged 17 months. / Bewley).
Margaret Frances. dau. Thomas & Sarah, d. 5/15/1841; aged 18(?) years.
Margaret J. dau. Wm. & Sarah, d, 6/16/1844; aged 34 years. "Be still and
know That I am God."
Margaret. dau. John & Margaret, d. 10/l/l840; aged l/2/0.
Margaret. wife John, d. 9/14/1764; aged 63 years.
Margaret. wife John, d. 7/26/1845; aged 41 years.
Martha. d. 8/23/1804, 74th year.
Martha. wife Samuel & dau. Enoch & Sarah Jones, d. 10/10/1840; aged 38/1/8.
"No more fatigue no more distress
Nor sin nor death shall reach the place
No groans shall mingle with the song
That warble from immortal tongue."
Mary. wife Sampson, d. 1/13/1757; aged 87 years.
Mary. wife James, d. 11/16/1791; aged 73 years.
"Death is sent to call me home
And yield my body to the tomb
At the last trumpets solumn sound
My body then shall leave the ground
With strong and sweet surprise
And in my Saviours image rise."
Mary. relict Sampson, d. 1/13/1757; aged 87 years.
Mary. wife Sampson, d. 12/?/l732?, aged 56 years.
Mary. wife Cephias, d. 6/2/1856; aged 41 years.
"Calmly she sleeps in the silent vale
Neath the shade of the greenwood bough
Where the ring dove tells her loving tale
And the wild flower feebly blow."
Mary Ann. dau. John & Margaret, d. 2/17/1865; aged 34/11/0.
"Sister beloved and kind has gone and left us behind
The chain that binds on earth in love will bind in heaven above."
Mary L. d. 3/25/1885; aged 66/2/25.
Michael. d. 1/7/1840; aged 70/0/26.
Mira. dau. Stephen & Hannah, d. 2/1735; aged 21 years.
Nathaniel. d. 8/24/1798; aged 57 years.
"My flesh shall slumber in the ground
Till the last trumpet joyful sound
Then burst the chains with sweet surprise
And in my Saviour's image rise."
Rachel. 1/7/1815 - 11/29/1899.
Rachel Ann. dau. Wm. & Sarah, d. 1/24/1847; aged 21 years.
"Dearest sister thou have left us
Here thy loss is deeply felt
But 'tis God that hath bereaft us
He can all our sorrows hear
Yet again we hope to meet thee
When the day of life is fled
Then in heaven with joy to greet thee
When no farewell tear is shed."
Rebecca. wife John, formerly wife Isaac Moore, 2/7/1810 - 4/28/1875.
Rebecca. wife Mishiel, d. 12/10/1811; aged 38 years.
"A loving Wife, a mother dear
faithful friend, lies buried here."
Sampson. "who departed this life ye:25:day of December:in y:year:of our
Lord: one thousand:seven hundred:thirty:2; aged 56 years."
Sampson. d. 12/5/?; aged 58 years.
Sampson. d. 2/26/1771; aged 39 years.
My race is run my Work is done
And I lye in the Grave
In Hope to Rise with Virgins wise
And Endless Life to Have."
Capt. Samuel. 7/30/1800 - 1/5/1875. (Flag)
Samuel. son J. & Me. 8/l /1858-11/21/1858.
Sarah. dau. Doct. John, 1/4/1784 - 6/9/1857. (Sarcophagus-tomb)
Sarah. wife William, d. 12/2/1866; aged 93 years. (Isa. 5,18).
Sarah. 3/2/1833 - 1/25/1868. "Our treasures are in heaven"
Sarah. wife Thomas, d.3/29/1874; aged 67 years. "I shall be satisfied when
I awake with thy likeness."
Sarah Ann. dau. Samuel & Martha, d. 6/9/1833; aged 2/7/9.
Sarah Ellen. dau. John & Margaret, d. 12/l/l832; aged 0/4/24.
"the hard the stroke and unexpected grief
Yet be resigned since tis the will of heaven."
Sarah Elizabeth. dau. John & Margaret, d. 2/12/1833; aged 4/1/9.
Stephen. d. 8/2/1749; aged 52 years.
T. Elwood. son John & Rebecca, d. 3/6/1868; 21 years. "Sleeping a happy sleep."
T. Hargraves. 1907 - 1909.
Thomas. d. 7/18/1751; aged about 62 years. (Flag)
Thomas. son Thomas & Mary, "Plimouth".
Thomas. d. 9/8/1826; aged 66/11/17.
Thomas. 7/11/1800 - 7/15/1867. "How is the strong staff broken"
Thomas. d. 11/10/l825; 40th year.
William. d. 9/4/1855; aged 73 years. "Our rest together is in the dust"
William. 1826 - 1907. (G. A. R. Flag)
William, Jr. d. 12/10/1851; aged 35 years. "Thanks be to God which giveth
us the glory through our Lord Jesus Christ."
William Carey. son John & Margaret, d. 10/12/1852; aged 3/9/12.
William E. 1826 - 1907. (G. A. R. Flag)
William Thomas. son John & Margaret, d. 4/18/1810; aged 2/7/14.
"To thou graceous hand sublime who gave the beauteous prize
And who no doubt in mercy now Has called him to the skies."
W. J. d. 12/28/1864. (G. A. R. Flag)
Woolsey Fletcher. son John & Margaret, d. 11/17/1870; aged 50/6/10.
W ? wife John, d. 173?; aged 28 years.
W. H. D., E. E. D., & M. E. D., (Joint stone, G. A. R. Flag)
DAWSON, Edith M. dau. Richard F. & Susanna, 1845 - 1903.
Elva E. Babb. wife Richard F. 3rd., 1901 - 1924.
Ester Wilda. dau. Richard F. & F. K., 1916 - 1917.
Frances E. wife Wm. P., 1861 - 1923.
Harriet M. wife Bryon H., 1913 - 1939.
Joseph. son Wm. & Frances, 1903 - 1912.
Phoebe G. dau. John & Mabel, 1922 - 1925.
Sarah A. wife Richard F., d. 7/12/1891; aged 38 years.
Susanna. wife Richard F., 1822 - 1901. "Mother"
Susanna J. 1861 - 1918.
Richard F. 1853 - 1931.
Richard F. (Sr.). 10/13/1819 - 1/17/1899.
DEDWEES, Eliza J. 6/18/1855 - 3/18/1858.
DEEMER, Charlotte C. 1858 - 1928.
Emma. (No other inscription)
Joseph. 1854 - 1919.
William W. 1879 - 1904. (Joint stone for Deemer family)
DEERY, Catherine R. 1923.
James B. 1919. (Joint stone with Catherine R.)
DELANO, Sarah Ann. wife Moreau & dau. Enoch & Hannah Abraham, 5/20/1814 - 8/21/1844.
DEMPSEY, Lewis W. son Elhanan & Phebe, d. 4/13/1829; aged 9/7/27.
Orpha B. dau. Elhanan & Phebe. d. 7/16/1834; aged 0/9/14.
Phebe. wife Elhanan, d. 3/24/1834.
DETTERLINE, John S. 1848 - 1929.
DEWEES, Emma. wife James J., 1843 - 1913.
Emma F. dau. Seeley & Mary L., 4/24/1907 - 3/21/1908.
Frank. 1848 - 1917.
Hannah. d. 7/5/1885; aged 73 years. (Eph. 5)
Henry. 1842 - 1913; aged 71 years. (G. A. R. Flag)
James J. 1839 - 1921, Co. G, 97th Regt. Pa. Vol. (G. A. R. Flag)
Joseph. d. 3/17/1879; 70th year.
Lillie R. 1891 - 1891. (infant dau. Frank & Mary P.)
Mary. dau. James, d. 11/23/1874; aged 8 months.
Mary P. wife Frank, 1854 - 1934.
Minnette R. 1896 - 1899. (Dau. Frank & Mary F.)
Sara A. wife Henry, 1848 - 1910.
Walter H. 1886 - 1887. (Son Frank & Mary F.)
Willie F. 1880 - 1881. (Son Frank & Mary F.)
DICKINSON, Elizabeth. wife Enoch, d. 11/16/1812; aged 17 years.
Enoch. d. 7/18/1866; aged 77 years.
Levy J. d. 4/6/1839; aged 9/6/16.
DILL, Eli. 2/22/1807 - 1/6/1886.
"God in his wisdom has recalled The boon His love has given
And although the body moulders here The soul is safe in heaven"
Elizabeth. wife Thomas, 1785 - 11/3/1868; aged 83 years. "She died in peace,
in God we trust May dying Christians trust in him"
Elmer E. d. 12/19/1891; aged 2/2. (Joint stone with Wm. H.)
Martha S. d. 1/4/1892; aged 3 months.
Thomas. son Eli & Susan, d. 4/13/1829; aged 18/7/2.
"He has gone to the mansion of rest
From a region of sorrow and pain
To the glorious land of the blest
Where he can never suffer again"
William H. d. 10/19/1891; 31st year.
DORAZIO, Ethel C. 10/16/1925 - 2/14/1926. "Absent from the body and present with God."
DOWD, Sarah, d. 4/3/1918. "Faithful onto death"
DOWNING, George. Infant son Rev. Geo, W. & Sarah K., 11/14/1880 - 11/24/1880.
George, Jr. Infant son. Rev. Geo. W. & Sarah K.
Rev. George W. Private Co. F, 175 Pa., 1836 - 1918. (G. A. R. Flag)
Hattie G. (infant dau. Rev. Geo. W. & Sarah K.) 6/17/1882 - 6/17/1882.
Sara C. (dau. Rev. Geo. W. & Sarah K.) 1869 - 1934.
Sarah Kauffman. wife George W., 1838 - 1909.
Thomas K. (son Rev. Geo. W. & Sarah K.) 1868 - 1934.
DUCKET, Lydia. wife William C., 7/6/1820 - 5/19/1888.
William C. d. 4/17/1904; 86th year. (G. A. R. Flag)
DUNWOODY, Emma G. dau. Ezekiel & Rachel, 1/31/1859 ~ 10/19/1876.
Evan. d. 8/22/1872; aged 56 years.
Ezekiel. 4/24/1818 - 12/12/1880.
George Stricker. son Evan & Rebecca E., 2/20/1860 - 5/23/1896.
Mary Rebecca. dau. Ezekiel & Rachel, d. 7/25/1856; aged 25/9/5.
"To us her loss was great indeed but truly she has gone in life's innocence and why lament."
Rachel. wife Ezekiel, 9/11/1820 - 12/12/1880.
Rebecca E. wife Evan, d. 6/5/1875; aged 49 years.
DUSEAUX, Lewis. son Peter F. & Ann, b. 1812; aged 20 years. "Our Dear Brother"
EADIE, Florence Mae. 10/8/1910 - 3/16/1919. "Our Daughter"
Stanley. 1897 - 1915. "Our Son"
EASTBURN, Benjamin. d. 5/29/1857; aged 63rd year.
"They do not mourn departing friends Or shake at death's alarm
Tis but the voice that Jesus sends To call them to his arms."
Brooke. son Benjamin & Ann.
Jane. wife Isaac, d. 7/30/1851; aged 52/3/11,
John. d. 4/10/1827; aged 74/0/18.
Joseph. d. 3/30/1829; aged 38/4/4.
Mary. wife Benj., d. 5/10/1834; 34th year,
"To the dark and silent tomb
Soon I hasted from the womb
Scarce the dawn of life began
Err I measured out my span."
Mary. dau. John & Meriam, d. 8/21/1802; 14th year.
Mary Jane. dau. Benj. & Ann, d. 1/2/1858; 18th year.
Meriam. wife John, d. 3/25/1825; 64th year.
Morris. "departed May ye 23 Ano. Domin. 1737; aged 54 years."
Samuel. d. 3/10/1798; aged 51 years.
EISEIMAN, George. d. 8/10/1859; aged 76 years. "Erected by Mrs. Catherine
EISERMAM, Catherine C. wife George, d. 9/24/1872; 77th year. "Our dear Mother"
Charles F. son George & Catherine, d. 9/23/1847; aged 22/l/28.
"What is man's history, born, dying,
Leaving the green shore for the troubled waters
Our stormy seas and lonely shipwrecks flying
And casting anchor in the silent grave."
Jonathan G. d. 1/21/1871; 42nd year. "My dear son"
EPRIGHT, Carrie L. dau. Wm. & C. A., 3/31/1883 - 4/2/1883. (Joint stone with Lizzie)
Lizzie S. dau. Wm. & C. A., 7/9/1885 - 1/27/1886.
Mary. wife H. T. L.(?) & dau. Henry & Eliza Colehower, 9/25/1846-9/7/1880.
William. 1839 - 1928, Co. A, Reg. 124 Pa. Inf. (G. A. R. Flag)
EUSTICE, Kate. b. Edinboro, Scotland; d. Devon, Pa., 5/25/1899; aged 54 years.
(Ps. 127, 2)
EVAN, Elizabeth. dau. Randal & Mary, d. 11/26/1311; aged 8/10.
Griffith. "died ye March ye 19th, 1747; 60th year."
Mary Ann. dau. Randal & Mary, d. 4/20/1814.
Owen. son Randal & Mary, d. 10/30/1811, aged 10 months. (Joint stone with Elizabeth)
Rachel. Consort late Benj., d. 3/19/1831; aged 93 years.
"I would not live always nor welcome the tomb
Since Jesus hath lain there I dread not its gloom
There sweet be my rest til he bid me rise
To hail him in descending the skies."
Smith. d. 3/19/1747; aged 60 years.
EVANS, Ann. late wife Lewis, d. 4/13/1733; aged 53(?) years.
Benjamin. d. 8/13/1769; aged 36 years.
Edith. d. 7/11/1747; aged 60 years.
Col. Edward. 12/28/1808 - 9/21/1844. "This alone remains from it, we judge
what has been and mourn our loss." (Flag, broken column mon.)
Eleanor. d. 7/15/1761; aged 78 years.
Ellen B. dau. Randal & Mary, d. 9/22/1850; 44th year.
Gen. Joshua. 1/20/1777 - 10/2/1846.
"In life he was loved and respected for
the integrity and benevolence of his character; in death his loss is
lamented and his memory cherished by all who knew him."
(Flag, altar-tomb with Lydia Evans & Mary M. Baily, M. D.)
Jno. Davis. son Joshua, 10/18/1814 - 6/6/1884.
"His worth and honor all the world approve." (Sarcophagus tomb)
Lewis. d. 4/19/1733.
Lydia. Consort Joshua & dau. Dr. John Davis, d. 11/20/1818; aged 40/9/18.
Owen M. d, 12/10/1847; aged 37/7/9. "in the midst of life we are in death"
Randal. d. 6/19/1854; aged 83/0/11. / (Altar-tomb)
Sarah Davis. dau. Joshua & Lydia, d. 10/12/1817; aged 5/0/23.
William Henry. son Joshua & Lydia, d. 12/7/1818; aged 2/0/29.
(Joint stone with Sarah Davis Evans)
FAMOUS, Emily. dau. Andrew & Sarah, 11/1/1813 - 4/5/1851.
John D. E. 1866 - 1899.
John F. 1842 - 1918, Co. K, 97th Reg't; Sg't Co. G, reg't Pa. Art.
Sarah A. 1831 - 1920. (G. A. R. Flag)
Sarah A. 1847 - 1925.
FARLEY, William. 1823 - 1894. (Farley monument)
FENIMORE, Amy Gardiner. dau. Francis & Martha; aged 3/4/9.
Edna Gladys. 1904 - 1904.
Francis. 8/30/1840 - 11/21/1909.
George. 11/4/1880 - 11/24/1880.
George W., Jr. Infant, d. 4/4/1875.
Hattie G. 6/17/1882 - 6/17/1882
Jason L." 1871 - 1926.
J. Gardener. 2/14/1866 - 9/17/1866.
Martha Emily Kauffman. (wife Francis), 1/15/1843 - 6/7/1899.
Mary Whelen. Infant, d. 1/4/1875.
FENTON, Ida L. Bowman. wife Wm. P., 1857 - 1923. "The greatest of these is love"
William P. 1854 - 1919. "The Lord is my Shepherd"
FIMPLE, Anna B. 1794 - 1872.
FINDLEY, Mary. wife Robert B., d. 3/7/1857; aged 45/4/4,
"Our mother here lies underground
The dearest friend we ever found
But through the Lord's unbounded love
We'll meet again in realms above"
Robert A. son late Robert B. & Mary D., d. 11/18/1863; aged 28/1/10,
"May the earth of this valley rest lightly o'er the young husband and
Farewell dear wife I cannot stay The home I seek is far away
The weeping widow Christ console And be her councellor and guide
Adopt my child her life control And keep her near thy side
Why should I mourn my brother's loss Since death to him is bliss
He lives again in faith he died And Christ has promised this."
Robert B. d. 7/29/1854; aged 44/2/17.
FLETCHER, Angelica. wife Rev. Leonard, b. Prussia, 1820; d. Phila., 1907.
"They that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament and
they that turn many to Righteousness as the stars for ever and ever"
(Joint shaft with Rev. Leonard)
Rev. Leonard. d. 8/16/1859; aged 63 years.
"Peace to his memory"
" 'Remember the words I spoke unto you while I was yet with you' "
FOUST, Elias. 1850 - 1924.
Helen J. 1855 - 1935.
FRITZ, Cyrus, also Elwood and Jacob. (No other inscription)
John. d. 4/18/1863; aged 50/0/5.
John, Jr. d. 10/30/1860; aged 21/8/24.
Mary Ann. d. 4/8/1895; aged 38/5/8, "Meet us in Heaven"
Sarah. wife John, d. 9/25/1853; aged 59 years.
GAMBLE, Ann Rowan. wife Robert, d. 12/26/1883; aged 79 years.
Eusebia N. d. 11/29/1900; aged 62 years.
John G. d. 11/23/1844; aged 0/7/l9.
Mary. wife William, 7/3/1802 - 7/27/1857. "Gone but not forgotten"
Mary Elizabeth. dau. Wm. & Mary, d. 3/10/1837; aged 1/1/25.
Mary Hughes. wife Peter, d. 9/4/1895; 86th year.
Peter. 2/9/1812 - 11/12/1881.
Robert. d. 12/21/1882; aged 77 years.
GARBER, Rachel. dau. John & Ann, d. 4/21/1828; aged 9 months.
"Death may the bands of life unloose But can't dissolve my love
Millions of infant souls compose The family above."
GEORGE, Anna. d. 10/31/1791; 74th year.
Catherine. wife George, d. 1/4/1784; aged 53 years.
Eleanor. wife George.
George. d. 4/16/1796; aged 73 years.
"Believe and look with triumph on the tomb,"
Hannah. wife James, d. 8/22/1813; 63rd year.
Harriet. dau. Wm. & Ann, d. 12/6/1795; aged 10 months.
James. son James & Hannah, d. 9/9/1812; 29th year.
Lemuel. d. 7/11/1831; aged 43/7/11.
Mary & Mercy. (Inscription obliterated)
Mary. dau. Lemuel & Sarah, d. 1/31/1315; aged 1/8/18.
William. d. 6/6/1763; aged 73rd year.
GILL, Elizabeth. d. 9/16/1860; aged 81/2/15. "My Mother"
GILMORE, Caroline May. wife Wm., 1875 - 1932.
William. - - - - (Joint stone with Caroline May)
GRAVES, Anna M. (Beaver) wife Laurence J., 1881 - 1921.
GREEN, Martha S. wife Henry C., 9/17/1872 - 12/31/1909.
Joseph. son Isaac & Mary, of Ohio, d. 6/15/1837; aged 28 years.
"A sudden call from life into death
Here seals the fate of one in youthful bloom
Reader be wise prepare to meet thy God
And find redemption in a Saviour's blood."
GRIFFITH, Bertha E. dau. J. & Elizabeth, 8/5/1872 - 8/3/1873.
David. A native of Wales, d. 5/1/1824; 67th year.
"Farewell my wife and children dear
Contented may you be
May you obtain eternal life
Prepare and follow me."
Elizabeth. d. 12/19/1816; aged 58 years.
Jeremiah. 12/23/1844 - 6/14/1898.
John. 7/23/1819 - 7/19/1885.
"The righteous shall be in everlasting rememberance."
Lydia. dau. John & Susanna B. 1862 - 1891.
Mary. dau. Humphrey & Anna, 1821 - 1903.
Susanna A. dau". John & Susanna., d. 1/27/1864; aged 3/5/11. (Matt. 19, 14)
Susanna Beaver. wife John, 6/2/1825 - 5/25/1908.
William. d. 1/13/1790; aged 78 years.
T. G. (No other inscription, probably a Griffith)
GROFF, Anna B. dau. John & Susanna B. 1867 - 1894.
Charles A. 10/14/1852 - 11/12/1927. "At Rest"
Cordelia S. 4/16/1843 - 7/14/1924. "Mother"
Michael. d. 7/17/1834; aged 20/8/25.
GRUBB, Earl C. son J. Westley, 1/28/1896 - 5/13/1896.
J. Westley. 9/30/1856 - 5/23/1920.
GWINN Catherine. dau. John & Dorothy, d. 8/23/1850; aged 71 years.
"So Jesus slept God's darling son in Christ"
Passed through the grave and blest the bed
Blest here blest saint from his throne
The morning breath and pierce the shade"
Dorothy. "She changed worlds on the 2nd day of April, 1825, in her 72nd year.
She died in the faith of Jesus Christ And has gone to her reward."
John. d. 8/15/1835; 84th year.
"At the dawn of the resurrection mortality will put on immortality
Then from the highest authorities He will doubtless have come up hither."
Mary J. dau. John & Dorothy, 3/20/1796 - 9/13/1840.
"For me to die is gain
For this corruptibility this mortal must put on immortality."
Rachel, dau. John & Dorothy, 6/18/1791 - 3/17/1815.
"While wee weep as Jesus wept Thou hath sleep as Jesus slept
With thy Saviour thou shall rest Crowned and glorified and blest."
HAGERTY, Ellen. d. 3/29/1833; aged 25/11/1.
HAHN, Carol I. 12/1843 - 4/1914.
Mary Beaver. wife Carol, 9/1832 - 1/1901.
Little Nellie. dau. Carol & Mary, 5/16/1874 - 1/29/1875.
HALE, George Edward Filmore. b. near Tatuskey, Va. 1858 - 1923.
Richard Anna Harrison, b. near Tatuskey, Va. 1861 - 1923.
HALL, Angeline B. 4/4/1830 - 10/10/1885. "Our Mother"
Margaret Ann. wife Jacob & dau. Benj. & Mary A. Sheneman, d. 10/1/1870; aged 22/5/21.
"Dear husband I shall not sleep forever
Then shall be a glorious dawn
We will meet to part no more
On the resurrection morn."
HARDING, Grace B. 1885 - 1932.
Henry W. 1855 - 1923.
Mary E. dau. Henry W. & Sarah S., 2/12/1884 - 2/13/1884.
Mildred B. 1887 - 1905.
Sarah Beaver. 1855 - 1926.
HARDY, Harriet. wife Daniel, d. 12/27/1845; aged 46/9/19.
"Her body lies beneath the sod
Her soul has gone to dwell with God
Till in her Resurrection Night
Together they again unite
Kind angel watch this sleeping dust
Till Jesus comes to raise the just
Then may she wake in sweet surprise
And in her Saviour's image rise."
HARGRAVES, Mary A. Davis. wife Dr. Thomas W., d. 9/10/1926.
HARRISON, Caroline Thomson. wife Charles H., 7/4/1857 - 7/28/1906. "At Rest"
Clarence P. son Cha. & C. T., 10/3/1899 - 12/7/1907.
Emily. d. 8/24/1884; aged 76/4/14. "The last enemy that should be
destroyed is death."
Eliza T. wife Samuel P., d. 6/8/1903; 61st year. "My Mother"
"My friends I could not stay To walk with you through life
God saw best to call me home Away from toil and strife."
George P. son Samuel & Eliza, d. 9/7/1878; aged 9/l/11. "Asleep in Jesus"
Rachel. wife Wm., 4/5/1799 - 12/7/1820.
"After a Lingering illness which
she bore with patient Fortitude and pious Resignation leaving behind
a Loving Husband to Lament her loss in Grateful testimony of her
Worth her affectionate Husband hath caused this Stone to be Erected
to Her Memory."
"Weep not for me my husband Dear to grieve it is in vain
Christ is my hope you need not fear we both shall meet again."
Samuel. d. 1/23/1873; aged 64/0/28.
Samuel P. son Samuel P. & Eliza F., d. 8/22/1897; aged 26 years.
"A light is from our household gone A voice beloved is stilled
A place is vacant in our hearts That never can be filled."
HAUGHEY, Charles E. P. son Vincent D. & Sebie B., d. 9/24/1881; aged 0/2/14.
Vincent D. d. 10/15/1881; aged 41 years.
HAYES, Katherine D. 1892 - 1930.
Mary Welen. Infant, d. 1/4/1875.
HAYWORTH, Alexander. 1847 - 1921, Co. I, 198th Pa. Vol. (G. A. R. Flag)
Herbert. 1873 - 1934.
John. 1843 - 1923, Co. B. 5th Regt. P. V. (G. A. R. Flag)
HEAP, Mary. d. 12/18/1846; 78th year.
"She only changed to immortality
Weep not for her whereas no cause for tears
Hush thy sighs and calm your fears."
HENDERSON, Catherine, dau. Griffith & Christina Jones & widow late Alexander
Henderson, Upper Merion, 10/17/1777 - 8/8/1865.
Elizabeth G. 1856 - 1883.
Jane P. 1815 - 1900.
Jane F. 1852 - 1880.
John. 1805 - 1873.
Sarah F. 1861 - 1838.
William A. 1857 - 1938. (Joint family mon.)
HILL, Emma M. d. 2/18/1873.
HOBBS, Elizabeth Kauffman. wife Charles W. 1873 - 1912.
HOLLAND, Adam L. son Benj. & Eliza, d. 9/30/1845; 4th year.
Benjamin, d. 3/5/1895; aged 83 years.
Catherine, wife David, d. 10/13/1829; aged 47/2/4.
Catherine F. dau. Benj. & Eliza, d. 10/23/1861; aged 12/9/7.
Eliza. wife Benjamin, d. 6/18/1886; 78th year.
HOPKINS, Daniel J. 1877 - 1938. (Joint stone with Mary)
Mary. 1914 - 1930. "Asleep in Jesus"
HOWORTH, Mrs. Catherine. wife Samuel, from England, dau. Capt. C. Corse of Scotland,
d, 7/1839; aged 52 years.
Catherine. dau. O. & S., d. 7/1878. (Joint stone with mother)
HUDSON, Isaac T. d. 11/5/?.
Isaac T. son William & Harriet, 10/7/1863 - 11/4/1867.
James T. son Wm. & Harriet, 1/8/1869 -7/9 /1872.
William C. son W. T. & Harriet, 3/6/1862 - 1/21/1864.
William H. son Wm. T. & Harriet, 5/9/1865 - 7/10/1878.
William T. d. 5/6/1869.
"The last gift to my husband.
Sleep, husband sleep and take your rest.
God called you home.
He thought it best, for us hard indeed to part with thee
but Christ's stronger in supporting me"
(G. A. R. Flag)
HUGHES, Anna. wife Humphrey, 1789 - 1865.
David. Native of Montgomeryshire, North Wales, d. 8/25/1865; 75th year.
David Griffith. son Humphrey & Anna, 1/20/1825 - 11/27/1856.
Elizabeth. 6/15/1304 - 1/14/1887.
Elizabeth A. wife George P., 1836 - 1902.
Ephraim. d. 8/18/1834; aged 32 years.
George P. 1827 - 1912.
Humphrey. 1790 ~ 1871.
Jeremiah G. d. 9/14/1896; aged 65 years, Co. C, 28th Pa. V. M. (G.A.R.Flag)
Margaret K. 1868 - 1927.
Mary. 3/25/186S - l/? (Stone broken)
Mary A. dau. Humphrey & Anna, 1821 - 1903.
Mary E. wife Jeremiah G., d. 12/18/1899; aged 63 years.
Wilmer J. son G. P. & E. A., 1861 - 1864.
HUNTER, Hannah. wife Samuel, d. 1/4/1863; aged 93 years.
IRONS, Eleanor R. 1/16/1820 - 10/31/1918. "A faithful friend"
JACKSON, F. Howard. 1854 - 1917. (Jackson mon.)
JACOBS, Sarah. 1832 - 1921.
JAMES, David. d. 6/27/?.
Thomas. d. 2/18/1744; aged 29 years. ("IAMES" on stone)
JAQUETT, Anna E. 1847 - 1917.
Edward. 3/29/1853 - 1/10/1927.
Hannah M. 2/11/1849 - 5/6/1932.
Jane. wife Samuel P., d, 12/20/1899; 79th year.
John L. son Samuel & Jane, 3/29/1853 - 9/19/1876.
Martha L. 10/6/1859 - 3/4/1936.
Samuel P. d. 3/7/1899; 77th year. "At rest"
Joseph L. 1851 - 1915.
JEFFERIES, Joseph J. 1867 - 1907.
Thomas. Co. C. (G. A. R. Flag)
Thomas. 1834 - 1890.
Thos. Co. D, 97th P. Vol. (G. A. R. Flag)
JENKINS, Griffith. d. 2/1733; age 60 years.
JENKINSON, Griffith. 1733 - 1774.
JOHN, Benj. d. 1756; aged 3 years.
Catherine. d. 1/26/1747; aged 63 years.
David. d. 7/17/1750; aged 50 years.
Edward. d. "May y 23 Ano Domi 1737"; aged 54 years.
Henry, d. 1756; aged 3 years.
William, d. 12/29/1747; aged 32 years.
JOHNSON, Anna Maria. dau. Thomas & Marie, d. 9/16/1852; aged 25 years.
"She is not dead but sleepeth
Precious in the sight of the Lord
Is the death of his saints."
Anna Maria. d. 7/17/1887; 81st year.
John C. 1856 - 1919.
Lewis. son Thos. & Maria, d. 7/30/1827; aged 1/8/1O.
"Sweet child in peace secure
Admitted to thy saviour's love
Partake of joys forever pure
In endless days with saints above."
Maria. wife Thomas, d. 3/10/1878; aged 72/5/0.
Theressa. 1839 - 1907.
Thomas. d. 7/15/1855; 58th year.
Thomas M. son Thomas & Maria, d. 10/1/1862; 27th year.
"His sun set while it was yet noon."
JONES, Ann. wife Enoch, 4/29/1803 - 9/1/1823; aged 23/1.
Ann. dau. David, pastor Baptist Church, d. 5/16/1809; aged 66 years.
"Divine revelation guided her conduct in life and in death
faith in the son of God enabled her to sleep in Peace."
Ann Jane. dau. Jonathan & Joanna, d. 12/16/1837; aged 5/11/3.
Ann M. d. 11/13/1903; 69th year.
Caroline. dau. Thomas & Eliza, d, 10/30/1854; aged 33/3.
"Oh death where is thy sting
Oh grave where is thy victory
Triumph in thy closing eye
The hope of glory above
Joy breathed in the expiring sigh
To think the race is won."
Catherine. wife Westley N., d. 9/15/1907; 82nd year. "Asleep in Jesus"
Charles Z. 1857 - 1931.
Charlotte P. dau. Hon., Thomas & Eliza, d. 2/16/1849; aged 16/9/13,
"Not lost but gone before."
Christana. d. 4/7/1817; 88th year.
A child of Griffith & Hannah, d. 7/17/1778; aged 17 days.
David. d. 7/1/1811; 37th year.
David. d. 10/18/1848; aged 32/6/27.
David. d. 2/5/1820; aged 83/8/13.
"Possessing a strong mind & competent
education, he was distinguished in the various spheres he filled.
Glowing with an ardent love of his Country he served her in Revolutionary
contest as chaplain which station he also filled in the contest
with the savages & in the war of 1812. As a divine with undeviating
devotion he advocated the Doctrines of Christianity published
by Jesus Christ and His Apostles and embraced by the venerable
reformers as a Christian. For sixty years his motto was by their
fruit ye shall know them, an adherence to which exemplified in his
protracted and religious course. In his death Christianity has lost
an able advocate, Society a useful member, and the Commonwealth one
of its founders. Here moulders his body, his soul has winged its way
to God and heard the glorious welcome, well done thy good and faithful
servant, enter into the love of your Lord."
(Altar-tomb, Sons Rev. Flag)
(To Be Continued)