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I found in my notes "The ground for Zion Church, Lutheran and Reformed. (Stone Church at Augustaville), in Northumberland County, was presented by Martin RAKER in 1814." As you pointed out he died in 1802, so maybe this info is regarding his son. Martin Sr.'s wife died in 1805 so I guess she's not buried here either.
Mary Knipe is my 4x great grandmother. I don't know for sure where she is buried, but I believe her husband David is buried in the Lutheran cemetery of St. Peter's Church so maybe she is buried there. I have not seen her death records but I do know that George Shive (or Sheive) was her second husband. That is weird that it would say Knipe. I didn't know all of David's brothers served in the war, so thank you for all the information!
Added by KLeigh on Mar 02, 2012 4:38 PM
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