|C. Campbell (#47813795)|
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As Charles Dickens stated "We are all fellow passengers to the grave". Permission given to use these photos on your genealogy research and on Ancestry.Com. Please Always with the credit of where the photo and info came from, and the Find A Grave #, that others might also find the source. Please no rescanning in the picture and claiming it as your own as I have seen others do on Ancestry.com. If any corrections are needed on family please contact me and we will set them straight.|
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|Bob Birmingham||RE: Starview Cemetery, Off of Codorus Furnace Rd.|
Starview Cemetery is indeed the one between the trailer park and Codorus Furnace Road. The Starview Union Cemetery property actually extends out to Codorus Furnace Road almost directly across from Rt. 24, between the property at 4611 N. Sherman Street and 10 Codorus Furnace Road.
Hi I'll have to check on this. I probably got the info from an obit. Will let you know what I figure out.
Frank Hufnagle # 15568614
Donna, Just found Frank in the Penn Death Certificate Index, under George F. Hoofnagle, died Dec 5, 1929 in Nescopeck. Now do we have the right Pine Grove Cemetery, I cant imagine him not buried with wife Carrie Caroline Rupert Hufnagle in Pine Grove in Berwick, Col Co right over the river from their home in Nescopeck. Carrie
Added by C. Campbell on Apr 21, 2014 2:49 PM
|J.G.B.||Fegley at Brock...|
The larger stone appears to lie back on the plot some which has 4 corner post markers but 2 go out behind it toward the lane rather than into the cem. The other 2 on either side of larger stone. I'll have to get a better photo for you. I guess it possible to have enough room to go both ways but no way to tell which way the other markers could have faced. Next time up I'll give it a hard look.
Added by J.G.B. on Mar 24, 2014 11:33 AM
Probably the easiest of the day to find. If you want to put them up I'll get to photos. Is that the Jacob's down the valley? I actually considered doing that one for the summer. A little out of my way but could try to make a day of it.
Added by J.G.B. on Mar 22, 2014 10:12 AM
It's FATHER David Fegley 1853-1932, MOTHER Elizabeth 1853-1927, side by side on one stone which sits in a small plot alongside lane up to tunnel tour complex. It could be a replacement of older stones since there looks like two smaller ones might have been in front of it at one time. Either that or two other burials, this is a fairly large marker and also looks like it should be upright but no footer is found. You are correct abt. SVR listing as I checked it too.
Added by J.G.B. on Mar 21, 2014 4:06 PM
|J.G.B.||Brock Cem., Ashland...|
It's a pretty good day to check it out. There's a few others up town I want to look for. I'll check svr at library to see which book and add a post it note inside if I find anything different. Give me the day at least to get out of cabin fever mode, lol.
Added by J.G.B. on Mar 21, 2014 10:41 AM
|Heather||Presbyterian Chapel Cemetery|
It is on Snydertown Road. Next to Victory Bible Church there is a small road between a house and the church called Laurel Rd. I believe. The cemetery is in the trees between the two buildings. I could see it from the road driving slow.....it's very small.
Hope this helps.
Added by Heather on Nov 07, 2013 8:18 PM
|J.G.B.||Just a hey...|
The country store across the road from Church of God Cemetery was called "The Country Store". Now how could that escape my memory, lol?! Anyway, it's your top photo for cem from back to front that shows it.
Added by J.G.B. on Sep 26, 2013 3:44 PM
|Cousins by the Dozens||Memorial# 52354334|
Thank you for the obituary and for trying to find Maria's headstone. I have noted her memorial that no headstone was found. Have a wonderful Memorial weekend and God Bless You for the work you do on F/G.
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