Records for Maplewood


© Donated by M.J. Taylor,
Secretary of Maplewood Cemetery Association
RR 1, Box 3
Kingsley, PA 18826

  • 1 Earl E. Carpenter, died of diptheria December 30, 1888, aged 4 years, 3 mos. 13 days. Lot No 4, Division C. First interment in Maplewood Cemetery
  • 2 Glenn D. Carpenter, died of some unknown lung disease, December 13, 1887. aged 4 yrs 6 mos. 18 days. Lot No. 4 Division C. Moved from old cemetery
  • 3 Willie B. Wilmarth, died Feb 1,1888. Lot No 24 Div A. Moved from old cemetery. No age
  • 4 Fred A. Wilmarth, died November 2, 1888. Lot No. 24, Division A. Moved from old cemetery No age.
  • 5 Lois G. Wilmarth, died of apoplexy, March 18, 1890, aged 67 years, 1 mo. 18 days. Lot No. 25, Division A
  • 6 Lois A. Wilmarth, died of heart failure, July 18, 1890, aged 2 days. Lot No. 24, Div A
  • 7 Leon C. Terry, adopted son of John G. Wilmarth, died of cholera infantum, September 13, 1890, aged 2 mos., Lot No. 24, Division A
  • 8 Louisa M. Brewster, died of cancer, June 9, 1891, aged 48 years, 7 mos., 13 days. Lot No. 5, Division C.
  • 9 Dora Brewster, died of a scald, September 20, 1871, aged 3 yrs., 3 mos., 23 days. Lot No. 5, Division C. Moved from old cemetery.
  • 10 Clark Wagner, died of scarlet fever, October 9, 1891, aged 3 yrs. 7 mos. 2 days. Lot No 12, Division B
  • 11 Silas P Sterling, died of cholera morbus and heart failure August 12, 1892, aged 77 yrs 9 mos 28 days. Lot No. 7, Division A
  • 12. Lula May Whitman, died of scarlet fever, January 13, 1895, aged 12 yrs 6 mos 5 days. Lot No. 9, division A
  • 13 Harry E. Whitman, died of scarlet fever, January 19, 1895, aged 8 yrs, 11 mos 5 days. Lot No. 9, Division A
  • 14 Stillborn son of Perry M. and Emma Wilmarth, buried February 13, 1895. Lot No 23, Division D
  • 15 Stillborn daughter of Melvin and Lucy Tingley, buried February 15, 1895. Lot No 16, Division D
  • 16 R. D. Carpenter died of consumption, March 5, 1895. aged 32 yrs. 8 days. Lot No. 4, Division C.
  • 17 Stillborn child of Max Hoffman, buried June 20, 1896. Lot No 2, Division B
  • 18 Julia Steer, died of typhoid fever, October 4, 1896, aged 13 years. Lot No. 14, Division C.
  • 19 E. W. Shoup, died October 31, 1896, aged 57 years 6 months 3 days. Died of pneumonia. Lot No 2, Division D.
  • 20 George Case, died of cholera infantum, September 13, 1897, aged 1 yr. 1 mo. 1 day. Lot No. 23, Division A
  • 21 Melissa Tanner Brown died of peritonitis, August 20, 1898, aged 41 yrs. 10 mos. 22 days Lot No. 3, Division C.
  • 22 Mrs. Loranda E. Williams, died of nervous prostration, September 20, 1898, aged 54 yrs. 1 mo. Lot No. 18, Division A
  • 23 Mabel E. Steere, died of typhoid pneumonia, January 8, 1899, aged 11 mos. 12 days. Lot No. 14, Division C.
  • 24 Otis B. Titus, died of a long, lingering unknown disease, April 14, 1900, aged 78 yrs. 7 days. Lot No 9 Division C
  • 25 Eddison J. Wagner, died of typhoid pneumonia, March 25, 1901, aged 2 mos. Lot No 12, Division B
  • 26 Glen S. Oakley,died of inflamation of the bowels April 8, 1901, aged 9 mos. Lot No 7, Division D
  • 27 Mary Jane Wilmarth, wife of Warner H. Wilmarth, died of consumption of the bowels January 23, 1902. Born 12/18/1846, aged 55 years 1 mo 5 days. Lot No. 25, Division D
  • 28 Matie Crandall, died of blood poison, March 10, 1902. Born 1/25/1866. Lot No. 21, Div D
  • 29 John Heady, died of old age December 2, 1902. Lot No. 8, Division B. (Don't know the age. - WHW-Secy.)
  • 30 Clark C. Steere, died February 21, 1903, aged 75 yrs. 6 mos., 6 days. Cause of death suicide. Lot No. 1, Division D
  • 31 Lewis D. Wilmarth, killed by R. R. train, June 4, 1904, aged 74 yrs 2 mos 2 days. Lot No. 25, Division A
  • 32 Henry D. Brewster, died of cancer of the stomach, July 24, 1904, aged 64 yrs 5 mos 2 days. Lot No. 5, Division C.
  • 33 Theron Palmer, died of rheumatism, August 27, 1904, aged 77 yrs. 5 mos. 17 days. (Co. H., 145 Reg. Pa. Vol. - Civil War) Lot No 21, Division D
  • 34 Jacob Whitman, died of a paralytic stroke, March 24, 1905, aged 78 yrs 9 mos 22 days. (Co. F., 141 Reg. PA Vol. - Civil War) Lot No 8, Division A
  • 35 John Carey, died of apoplexy, December 1, 1905, aged 68 yrs. 9 mos. 9 days. (Co. I., 51 Re. PA Vol. - Civil War.) Lot No. 13, Division D.
  • 36 Mrs. Della S. Tanner, died of diabetes, December 12, 1905, aged 43 yrs 7 mos 7 days Lot No. 2, Division C.
  • 37 Beatrice Maynard, daughter of G. W. Maynard, died of pneumonia January 31, 1906 aged 1 yr 9 mos 2 days. Lot No. 6, Division A
  • 38 Mrs. Mary A. Steere, died of pneumonia, March 13, 1906, aged 79 yrs 5 mos 10 days Lot No. 1, Division D
  • 39 Mrs. Jennie Meinzer, died of acute peritonitis, November 5, 1906, aged 40 yrs., 1 mo. Lot No. 2, Division D
  • 40 O. W. Loomis, died of chronic myocarditis, November 11, 1906, aged 70 yrs 5 mos. Lot No 12, Division D
  • 41 Wm C. Steere, died of alcohol and exposure, February 3, 1907, aged 49 yrs. Lot No14, Division C
  • 42 Charles P. Goss, killed by cars, April 4, 1907, aged 71 yrs. 11 mos. Lot No 21, Division C
  • 43 Peter Burdick, died of Brights disease, March 10, 1908, aged 61 yrs 1 mo 18 days. Lot No 9, Division B. (Co K, Pa Vol - Civil War)
  • 44 Floyd F. Cook, died of measles, May 14, 1908. aged 7 mos. Lot No 13, Division B
  • 45 Amy Lydia Finn, died of typhoid fever, August 20, 1908, aged 13 yrs 6 days. Lot No 24, Division D.
  • 46 Mrs. Jerusha K. Loomis widow of Oliver W. Loomis, died of acute multiple neuritis October 18, 1908, aged 74 yrs.. Lot No 12, Division D
  • 47 Samuel H. Oakley, died of empyema of the gall bladder, December 28, 1908, aged 68 yrs 10 mos 12 days. Lot No 6, Division D
  • 48 Charles W. Finn, died of appendicitis, March 2, 1909, aged 25 yrs 11 mos 15 days. Lot No. 24, Division D
  • 49 Mrs. Polly Loomis Bailey, wife of O. J. Bailey, died suddenly of heart failure, April 8, 1909, aged 70 yrs, 5 mos 28 days. Lot No 17, Division A
  • 50 Lorenzo Pratt died of dropsy July 12, 1909, aged 20 yrs. Lot No 4, Division B
  • 51 Addie Martin Bivens, died of consumption, July 20, 1909, aged 47 yrs 5 mos 24 days Lot No. 12, Division A
  • 52 Almira Sterling, widow of Silas P. Sterling, died of softening of the brain, December 4, 1909, aged 75 yrs. Lot No. 7 Division A
  • 53 George D. Williams, died of pneumonia, April 4, 1910, aged 75 yrs 3 mos 22 days. Lot No 18, Division A
  • 54 Frank C. Whitman, died of paralysis, January 29, 1911, aged 54 yrs. 10 mos 1 day Lot No. 8, Division A
  • 55 Otis J Bailey, died of chronic rheumatism, March 13, 1911, aged 78 yrs 6 mos 26 days. Lot No 17, Division A
  • 56 Margaret E. Warner, wife of George D. Warner, died of chronic pleurisy, June 18, 1911, aged 35 yrs 4 mos 4 days. Lot No 1, Division B
  • 57 Ada A Maynard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Maynard, died of pneumonia, October 13, 1911, aged 3 yrs. 9 mos 9 days. Lot No. 6, Division A
  • 58 Thomas M. Maynard, died of cerebral hemorrhage, October 23, 1911, aged 71 yrs 6 mos 6 days. (Co A, 57th PA Vol - Civil War) Lot No 11, Division A
  • 59 Fred H. Yeomans, died of alcoholism, December 22, 1911, aged 33 yrs. Lot No 10, Division B
  • 60 Lee Allen Linton, son of Charles and Hazel Bloom, died of convulsions, March 11, 1912 aged 3 days. Lot No. 17, Division A (Deeded to O.J.Bailey 4/20/1909)
  • 61 Otis J. Ashley, died of a cerebral tumor, April 7, 1912, aged 38 yrs, 3 mos 28 days. Lot No. 16, Division A
  • 62 Adah L. Maynard, widow of Thomas M Maynard, died of celluletis of the left leg, June 5, 1912, aged 64 yrs.. Lot No 11, Division A
  • 63 Mary Margaret Dailey, wife of George T. Dailey, died of typhoid fever, August 19, 1912, aged 28 yrs 3 mos 14 days. Lot No 7, Division B
  • 64 Demila C. Steere, wife of Warren Steere, died of cerebral hemorrhage, November 7, 1912, aged 49 yrs 3 mos 16 days Lot No 15, Division B
  • 65 Margaret Mercer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mercer, died of diphtheria, February 17, 1913, aged 10 yrs. Lot No. 6, Division B.
  • 66 Mordica C. Tanner, died of fracture of the hip, May 26, 1913, aged 84 yrs. (Pvt. Co. I 104 PA Vol Inf - Civil War) Lot No 3, Division C
  • 67 Charles T. Goodrich, died of pneumonia, July 19, 1914, aged 76 yrs 2 mos 10 days. Lot No. 18, Division D
  • 68 Gustav Harold Peterson, son of August Peterson, died of railroad accident, August 10, 1913, aged 14 yrs 4 mos 11 da. Lot No 6, Division B (owned by J. B. Mercer)
  • 69 Lucinda Pickering, wife of Alonzo Pickering, died of heart trouble, October 12, 1913, aged 21 yrs, 3 mos, Lot No 1, Division C
  • 70 Lawrence Warner, son of George Warner, died of typhoid fever, October 25, 1913 aged 21 yrs 3 mos. Lot No 1, Division B
  • 71 John G. Wilmarth, died of accident by Ice Machine, February 8, 1914, aged 49 yrs 9 mos 18 days. Lot No. 24, Division A
  • 72 Niels Christian Barslund, infant son of Christian Nielsen, died of bronchial pneumonia, March 10, 1914, aged 10 mos. Lot No. 5, Division B
  • 73 Emma G. Wilmarth, wife of Perry M. Wilmarth, died of Bright's disease, April 19, 1914, aged 41 yrs 7 mos 29 days. Lot No. 23, Division D
  • 74 Sarah Tanner, wife of Dr. Sitterly, died of bright's disease July 15, 1914, aged 41 yrs 10 mos 27 days. Lot No 3, Division C
  • 75 Dorothy Louise Hissim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J. Hissim, died of measles and bronchitis, October 10, 1914, aged 1 yr 11 mos 27 days. Lot No. 20, Division B
  • 76 Harriet S. Whitman, widow of Jacob Whitman,, died of consumption, October 25, 1914 aged 82 yrs, 6 mos, 5 days. Lot No. 8, Division A
  • 77 Williston O. Finn, died of hemorrhage of the stomach, February 20, 1915, aged 53 yrs 10 mos, 2 days. Lot No. 24, Division D
  • 78 Mary S. Oakley, widow of Samuel H. Oakley, died of cancer of the stomach, December 25, 1915, aged 73 yrs, 11 mos 12 days. Lot no. 6 Division D
  • 79 John W. Cortright, died of chronic alcoholism, December 24, 1915, aged 35 yrs 4 mos 2 days. Lot No. 3, Division D
  • 80 Amanda M. Carey, widow of John Carey, died of chronic bronchitis, gastritis, cardiac dilitation, May 30, 1916, aged 77 yrs 3 mos 27 days. Lot No 13, Division D
  • 81 Ida Belle Wilmarth, wife of Thomas Wilmarth, died of cancer, October 1, 1916 aged 40 yrs 2 mos 22 days. Lot No. 22, Division D
  • 82 Wm. W. Courtright, died of Bright's Disease, October 22, 1916, aged 63 yrs. Lot No 3 Division D.
  • 83 Margaret Spence Courtright, widow of William W. Courtright, died of neuritis, December 2, 1916, aged 81 yrs 8 mos 15 days Lot No. 3, Division D
  • 84 Francis Eugene Loomis, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Loomis, died of anemia, January 27, 1917, aged 1 yr. Lot No. 15, Division D
  • 85 Eugene M. Loomis, died of cerebral hemorrhage, April 24, 1917, aged 57 yrs. Lot No 15, Division D
  • 86 Alonzo Loomis, died of arterio sclerosis, October 15, 1917, aged Lot No. 10, Division C
  • 87 John Howell died of bright's disease, December 17, 1917, aged 68 yrs 8 mos 4 days Lot No 19 Division B
  • 88 Elizabeth May Pratt, daughter of Fred Pratt, died of Meningitis, March 1, 1918. aged 6 yrs 5 mos 7 days. Lot No. 4, Division B
  • 89 Christopher M. Tiffany, died of meningitis, March 6, 1918, aged 45 yrs. Lot No. 25 Division C.
  • 90 Eileen Pratt, daughter of Fred Pratt, died of whooping cough and March 14, 1918 aged 2 yrs 6 mos Lot No 4, Division B
  • 91 Mrs. Caroline Sutton, died of uremia, July 22, 1918, aged 62 yrs, 10 mos, 23 days. Lot No. 3, Division B
  • 92 Mrs. Frances Goss, widow of Chas. Goss, died of bright's disease October 25, 1918, aged 77 yrs 10 mos 11 days. Lot No. 21, Division C
  • 93 Raymond A Engates, son of Anthony Engates, Jr., died of pneumonia, October 30, 1918, aged 8 mos 4 days. Lot No 13, Division B
  • 94 Nellie A Tanner, wife of Edward D. Tanner, died of influenza and nervousness November 17, 1918, aged 35 years. Lot No. 2, Division C
  • 95 Welcome M. Wilmarth,died of hemiplegia (left), November 26, 1918, aged 72 yrs 2 mos Lot No. 18, Division A
  • 96 Edward A. Moyer, died of influenza, pneumonia, November 30, 1918 aged 29 yrs 2 mos 7 days. Lot No. 11, Division B
  • 97 Myrtle Dorothy Weiss, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiss, died March 11, 1919, of indigestion. Aged 36 days. Lot No. 23, Division A (owned by Oney Case)
  • 98 Elwood E Brink, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie D. Brink, died of nephritis, April 12, 1919, aged 4 mos 9 days. Lot No. 19, Division C
  • 99 Lelia S. Gavitt, wife of John Gavitt, died of cerebral hemorrhage, August 29, 1919 aged 64 yrs 7 mos 18 days. Lot No. 17, Division A
  • 100 Frances B. Bennett, wife of Leander Bennett, died of Brights Disease, November 13, 1919, aged 53 yrs. Lot No 13, Division A
  • 101 Mrs. Mary E. Dickinson, died of antic stenosis (dropsy), December 25, 1919, aged 67 yrs 20 days. Lot No. 3, Division A
  • 102 Arminda C. Loomis, widow of Alonzo Loomis, died of cerebral hemorrhage, April 27, 1920, aged 83 yrs 10 mos. Lot No 10, Division C
  • 103 Minnie F. Steere, wife of George E. Steere, died of tuber meningitis, July 19, 1920, aged 19 yrs, 9 mos, 6 days. Lot No 16, Division B
  • 104 Clarence J. Oakley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oakley, died of concussion of the brain September 9, 1920. aged 5 yrs 3 mos 1 day. Lot No 22, Division B
  • 105 Floyd Kenneth Steere, son of George E. Steere died of bronchial pneumonia, October 3, 1920, aged 9 mos 16 days. Lot No 16, Division B
  • 106 Mrs. Myrtle M. Woosman, daughter of John Kissinger, died of tuberculosis, October 3 1920, aged 26 yrs 9 mos 28 days. Lot No 22, Division A
  • 107 Mrs. Jane Tanner, widow of Mordecai C. Tanner, died of apoplexy, December 26, 1920, aged 86 yrs 6 mos and 27 days. Lot No 3, Division C
  • 108 Edwin E. Titus, died of acute bronchitis, January 27, 1921, aged 83 yrs 6 mos 18 days. Lot No 15 Division C Mr. Titus was not only a charter member of Maplewood Cemetery Association, but has always taken an active part in maintaining and improving said Cemetery
  • 109 Harry Weiss, Jr., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiss, died of acidosis, August 27, 1921, aged 1 yr 1 mo 23 days Lot No 23, Division A
  • 110 Edward S. Stiles, died of pulmonary tuberculosis (contracted in Army Service in France) December 7, 1921, aged 28 yrs Lot No 3, Division B. Member of Battery B, 16th Light Field Artillery (WW 1)
  • 111 Mary O Waterman, widow of Theron Palmer, died of actue bronchitis, December 15, 1921, aged 85 yrs. Lot No. 21, Division D. (85 yrs 8 mos 1 day)
  • 112 J. Wesley Dunn, died of Bright;s Disease, January 16, 1922,, aged 70 yrs 9 mos 12 days Lot No 3, Division B
  • 113 Rosette M. Barnes, wife of Wallace N. Barnes, died of endocarditis, October 29, 1922, aged 70 yrs 1 day Lot No 8, Division D
  • 114 Clara Birch, wife of Sim Birch, died of cardiac dropsy, February 15, 1923, aged about 65 years. Lot No. 4, Division B
  • 115 William Oakley Perrin, granchild of Milbourn Oakley, died May 7, 1923, aged 3 days Lot No 7, Division D. Cause of death, premature birth.
  • 116 H. Glen Bacon, died of paralysis May 28, 1923, aged 76 years 11 mos 23 days. Lot No 18, Division C. An orderly in Confederate Army under General Joseph E. Johnston, Civil War.
  • 117 William Henry Smith, died of carcinoma of liver, September 13, 1923, aged 78 yrs. Lot No. 13, Division C. Pvt, Co I, 1st Cavalry, Civil War.
  • 118 Earnest L. Pickering, died of chronic bronchitis, April 11, 1924, age 1 yr, 1 mo and 1 day. Lot No. 1, Division C. (Written by W. H. Wilmarth, April 28, 1924, who is now near 83 years of age and has been secretary of Maplewood Cemetery Association for more than 35 years.)
  • 119 Lola Matthews Mills, wife of Oliver C. Mills, died of toxemia, August 21, 1924, aged 22 yrs 5 days. Lot No. 9, Division D
  • 120 Clair C. Weiss, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiss, died of moresmus, August 24, 1924, aged 3 months. Lot No. 23, Division A
  • 121 Rial F. Tanner, died of cerebral hemmorrhage September 1, 1924, aged 57 years. Lot No 7, Division C
  • 122 Warner H. Wilmarth, died of carcenoma of the stomach, March 31, 1925, aged 83 yrs 9 mos 23 days. Lot No. 25 Division D
  • 123 Warren Steere, died of compound fracture of both bones of left leg May 15, 1925, aged 70 years. Lot No. 15, Division B
  • 124 Ella I Transue Wagner, wife of John Wagner, died of cancer of the breast July 7, 1925, aged 64 yrs 1 mo. 24 days. Lot No. 12, Divison B
  • 125 Stillborn son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klim buried October 21, 1925. Lot No. 23, Div B
  • 126 Andy Teloves, killed by train on D. L. & W. Railroad, December 24, 1925, aged 41 yrs. Lot No 5, Division B
  • 127 Adam Zick, died of bronchial pneumonia, March 23, 1926, aged 39 yrs. Lot No. 25, Division F
  • 128 Josephine T. Whiting, died of cerebral hemorrhage April 30, 1926, aged 72 yrs. Lot No. 12, Division C
  • 129 Joseph Henry Zimmerman, died of pulmonary tuberculosis, July 20, 1926, aged 56 yrs. Lot No 20, Division A
  • 130 Cora Yeomans, wife of Cody Gates, died of acute uteritis, July 29, 1926, aged 43 years Lot No. 10, Division B.
  • 131 Stillborn child of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ford, buried September 14, 1926.Lot No 10, Div F
  • 132 Paul Jerald Tiffany, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Tiffany, died of whooping cough Septem- ber 28, 1926, aged 18 days. Lot No. 21, Division A
  • 133 Leon Engates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Engates, Jr., died of internal hemorrhage following a fractured rib April 24, 1927, aged 5 yrs. 1 mo. Lot No 14, Division B
  • 134 Ethel M. Carpenter Matthews, wife of M. S. Matthews, died of acute cystitis, July 3, 1927, aged 60 yrs. 7 mos. 8 days Lot No 10, Division D
  • 135 Myrtie B. Griswold Burnett, wife of Theodore Burnett, died of carcinoma December 29, 1927, aged 58 yrs. Lot No 11, Division C
  • 136 Robert Rouff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rouff, died of convulsions, February 24, 1928, aged 1 mo. 25 days. Lot No. 23, Division F
  • 137 Florence Wright, daughter of Parley W. and Minnie B. Wright, died of bronchial pneumonia, April 8, 1928, aged 25 yrs 3 mos. Lot No. 11, Division D
  • 138 Mrs. Sarah Walker died of chronic intestinal, April 25, 1928, aged 75 years Lot No 20, Division B
  • 139 Elmer C. Goodrich, died of angina pectoris, July 15, 1928, aged 55 yrs, 10 mos. 7 days. Lot No 17, Division D
  • 140 Rose O. Carpenter, wife of Ralph Case died of cancer of the stomach, September 10, 1928, aged 64 yrs. Lot No 4, Division C.
  • 141 Theresa Mary Searfass, died of double lobar pneumonia March 14, 1929, aged 57 yrs. Lot No. 6, Division C.
  • 142 Eva Klim, wife of Albert Klim, died of toxemia, March 19, 1929, aged 42 years. Lot No. 23, Division B.
  • 143 Mrs. Philina Dunn, died of carinoma of the stomach, March 26, 1929, aged 64 yrs. Lot No. 1, Division E.
  • 144 Doris Quick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Quick died of premature birth, March 27, 1929, aged 4 days. Lot No. 6, Division C
  • 145 Howard Engates, stillborn son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Engates, September 4, 1929, Lot No 14, Division B.
  • 146 George Dunn, Jr, stillborn son of Mr./Mrs.George Dunn, October11,1929. Lot No. 1, Div E.
  • 147 Lillian G. Emerson, wife of George Emerson, died of myocarditis, October 23, 1929, aged 58 yrs. Lot No. 17, Division D.
  • 148 Lottie E. Bailey, wife of Griswold O. Bailey, died of nephritis, July 31, 1930, aged 68 years. Lot No. 1, Division A
  • 149 Wilburt B. Mead, died of carcinoma of the stomach (chronic nephritis) September 7, 1930, aged 58 yrs. Lot No. 16, Division C.
  • 150 William M. Seiple, died of arteriosclerosis, September 30,1930, aged 77 yrs. Lot No 2, Division A
  • 151 Bertha J. Smith, stillborn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith, November 1, 1930 Buried in Lot No 20, Division B. (Lot owned by J. J. Hissim)
  • 152 John J. Wagner, died of angina pectoris, November 17, 1930, aged 71 yrs. Lot No 11 Division B
  • 153 Theodore J. Burnett, died of pneumonia in hypostatic, November 17, 1930, aged 80 yrs. Lot No. 11, Division C.
  • 154 Addison G. Chandler, died of angina pectoris May 9, 1931, aged 61 yrs. Lot No 20 Division F
  • 155 Elmer Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith, died July 13, 1931, aged 9 hours. Buried in Lot No 20, Division B. (Lot owned by J. J. Hissim)
  • 156 Herman L. Engates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Engates, died of nonclosure of foramen artery, November 1, 1931, aged 15 hours. Lot No. 14, Division B
  • 157 Paul Schaeffer, died of cancer of the stomach, March 12, 1932, aged 45 yrs. Lot No 1 Division E.
  • 158 Mary Caroline Wilmarth, widow of Welcome E. Wilmarth, died of endocarditis, April 14, 1932, aged 86 years. Lot No. 18, Division A
  • 159 Mrs. Georgianna Smith, died of carcenoma of the liver, October 22, 1932, aged 65 yrs. Lot No. 14, Division F. (owned by Arthur Lord)
  • 160 Ella Louisa Loomis, widow of Eugene M. Loomis died of diabetis, January 1, 1933, aged 51 yrs. Lot No. 15 , Division D
  • 161 Jack Snyder, died of cerebral hemorrhage, March 7, 1933, aged 82 yrs. Lot No. 1, Division E
  • 162 Gertrude Perrine, wife of Wm Perrine, died of -- June 9, 1933, aged 35 yrs. Lot No 7, Division D
  • 163 Stillborn twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dailey, June 16, 1933. Lot No. 7, Division B
  • 164 Pearl Frank, wife of George Frank, died of sipphilis, cardio-vascular, July 12, 1933, aged 31 yrs. Lot No. 2, Division A. (Owned by Mrs. Wm Seiples)
  • 165 Urban Sloat, died of carcinoma intestinal, July 16, 1933, aged 90 yrs. Lot No. 19 Division A. (Pvt Co K, 6th PA Reg. Vol. - Civil War)
  • 166 The ashes of Dr. Henry P. Stevens, died of empysema of right chest, July 27, 1933, aged 56 yrs 6 mos 1 day. Lot No. 18, Division E.
  • 167 Helen Marian Brink, wife of Archie Brink, died of carcinoma of the uterus, October 20, 1933, aged 38 yrs. Lot No. 19, Division E
  • 168 James David Smith, son of Edna Smith, died of asphyxis neonotom, November 20, 1933, aged 6 hours. Lot No 20, Division B. (owned by J. J. Hissim)
  • 169 Carrie F. Wellman, wife of George Wellman, died of peritonitis due to abscess, December 10, 1933, aged 39 yrs. Lot No. 17, Division E.
  • 169A Mrs. Mabel Goss Mead, widow of Wilbert Mead, died of cancer of the left breast January 26, 1934, aged 58 yrs. Lot No. 16, Division C
  • 170 Stillborn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Engates, May 14, 1934. Lot No 14, Division B.
  • 171 Minnie Searles Ford, wife of Steven R. Ford. died of pulmonary tuberculosis, June 24, 1934, aged 33 yrs. Lot No. 10, Division F
  • 172 Griswold O. Bailey, died of chronic nephritis, August 17, 1934, aged 77 yrs. Lot No 1, Division A
  • 173 Wm H. Green, Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Green, died of convulsions, September 30, 1934, aged one month. Lot No. 2, Division E. (Grave No. 1)
  • 174 Sarah Amelia Goodrich, widow of Chas T. Goodrich, died of endocarditis, January 24, 1935, aged 89 years. Lot No. 18, Division D
  • 175 Russell James Gramps, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Gramps, died of premature birth, Septem- ber 15, 1935, aged 5 hrs. 45 min. Lot No. 16, Division A
  • 176 Albert Klim, died of chronic bronchitis, October 19, 1935, aged 52 yrs. Lot No. 23, Division B.
  • 177 Ethel W. Schafer, daughter of Thomas W. Wilmarth, died of cardiac nephritis, March 12 1936, aged 29 yrs, 8 mos, 27 days. Lot No. 22, Division D.
  • 178 Mrs. Emma Louise Stevenss, died March 13, 1936 of -- , aged -- Lot No. 18, Division E
  • 179 Amy Wilmarth Titus, widow of Edwin E. Titus, died of myocardial failure, July 17, 1935, aged 90 yrs. 9 mos. 17 days. Lot No. 15, Division C
  • 180 Anthony Engates, died of coronary thrombosis, August 10, 1936, aged 41 yrs 1 mo 27 days. Lot No. 14, Division B
  • 181 Helen Rozelle, wife of Bert Rozelle, died of acute dilatation of the heart, January 6, 1937, aged 54 yrs. 3 mos. 11 days. Lot No. 22, Division C
  • 182 Edith Howell, widow of John Howell, died of broncho-pneumonia, January 26, 1937, aged 84 yrs. Lot No 19, Division B
  • 183 Maitland S. Matthews, died of coronary occlusion, March 21, 1937, aged 72 yrs 8 mos 8 days. Lot No. 10, Division D.
  • 184 Bert S. Adams, died of chronic prostatis with prostatic hypertrophy, June 8, 1937, aged 80 yrs. Lot No. 18, Division D.
  • 185 George Henry Erat, died of coronary thrombosis, July 6, 1937, aged 52 yrs, 3 mos. Lot19, Division F
  • 186 Edward D. Tanner, died of cardiovenal disease with hypertension, November 22, 1937 Aged 79 yrs 1 mo 18 days. Lot No. 2, Division C.
  • 187 Mrs. Mabel E. Ashley, widow of Otis J. Ashley, died of cerebral hemorrhage, December 9, 1937, aged 73 yrs 2 mos 23 days. Lot No 16, Division A
  • 188 Mrs. Mary E. Farrell died of cerebral apoplexy, December 11, 1937, aged 85 yrs. Lot No. 5, Division F
  • 189 John Goss, died suddenly, probably a heart attack, March 16, 1938, aged Lot No. 22, Division C.
  • 190 Miss Isabelle Goss, died of cancer of pancreas, May 15, 1938, aged Lot No 21, Division C
  • 191 Mrs. Cora Todd, died of arterioclerosis and myocardial degeneration, November 16, 1938, aged 81 yrs 7 mos 8 days Lot No. 13, Division E
  • 192 George Warner, died of myocarditis, February 9, 1939, aged 71 yrs. Lot No 1, Division B
  • 193 Mrs. Sarah Colburn, died of lobar pneumonia, February 12, 1939, aged 77 yrs. Lot No 22, Division A. (owned by J. Keisinger)
  • 194 Mrs. Emma Seiple, widow of Wm. M. Seiple, died of myocarditis February 27, 1939, aged 85 yrs. Lot No. 2, Division A
  • 195 Mrs. Lucy M. Dunning, died of carcinoma of the descending colon, March 1, 1939, aged 75 yrs. Lot No. 4, Division D
  • 196 Oscar Steere, died of chronic myocarditis, September 8, 1939, aged 53 yrs. Lot 15, Division B
  • 197 Minnie Edith Appleman, wife of Bert Appleman, died from drowning (suicide) September 25, 1939, aged 48 yrs 5 mos 27 days. Lot No. 16, Division E.
  • 198 Alonzo Pickering, died of arteriosclerosis, bronchitis, October 6, 1939, aged 64 yrs Lot No 1 Division C
  • 199 Ida A. Whitman Holmes, died of carcinoma of the colon, November 17, 1939, aged 73 yrs Lot No 8, Division A
  • 200 Lillias Wilmarth Sloat, widow of Urban Sloat, died of cerebral hemorrhage, February 28, 1940. Aged 89 yrs 26 days. Lot No. 19, Division A


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