|Death: ||Apr. 1, 1813|
"The FIRST REPLOGLE"
"The above inscription is cut on a marble monument in a cemetery on the Lee Snyder farm near New Enterprise."
(Source: Recollections of Bygone Days in The Cove, By Ella Snowburger. Vol.4 pg.21.)
Snyder cemetery. Bakers Summit
"Replogle,Reynard Pa. Milita Revolutionary War"
(Source: Archie Claar cemetery Inscriptions of Bedford and Blair County. Pa. Vol. 1, pg 13.)
Served as a Private in Captain Patrick Hainey's Company, Bedford County Militia.
Buried in a cemetery on the Lee Snyder farm along Potter Creek, Morrisons Cove.
(Source: Soldiers of Blair County, The Revolutionary War, Hoenstine, 1940, p. 46.)
I have seen reference to Rinehart Replogle as being a Jr. and his son Rinehart Brown (just a reference to his mother maiden name) Replogle the III. (1796-1859.)
Johannes Rinehart Reblogel (1720 - 1796)
Maria Barbara Koenig Reblogel (1738 - 1796)
Catharine Brown Replogle (1763 - 1815)*
George Brown Replogle (1793 - 1855)*
Jacob Brown Replogle (1794 - 1866)*
Rinehart Brown Replogle (1796 - 1859)*
Daniel Brown Replogle (1798 - 1871)*
David Brown Replogle (1800 - 1875)*
Elizabeth B Replogle (1803 - 1876)*
Abraham Replogle (1806 - 1885)*
Joseph Replogle (1808 - 1889)*
Created by: KLM
Record added: Mar 27, 2011
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