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Mark Gossoo
RE: Morgan B. Chrisman
You are very welcome! FYI, I also just uploaded another picture to Morgan's memorial... annotated to show all the gravestones in the plot, including his wife, daughters, and sons-in-law.
Added by Mark Gossoo on Aug 27, 2014 5:41 PM
Brenda & Pete
RE: Morgan B. Chrisman
Hi Deborah,

You are vey welcome and yes you can use anything that I may send your way for your family tree. I am still looking for any info on Benjamin. If I find anything I will let you know. Hope you have a happy and healthy new year.

Brenda & Pete Kohr
Added by Brenda & Pete on Dec 29, 2013 10:23 AM
Brenda & Pete
Morgan B. Chrisman
Hi Deborah,

Saw that you have requested a photo for Morgan Chrisman. Haven't been to Halifax to fulfill your request but I did find an obit for Morgan that I thought you might be interested in reading. I will send it to Robert, the man who created the memorial for Morgan. and have him add it to his memorial.

Brenda & Pete
Middletown, PA



Morgan B. Chrisman passed away on Sunday morning at his home, 261 North Street, after a brief illness, in his eightieth year.

Mr. Chrisman was born in Herkimer, New York, on January 14, 1883. At the time of his marriage to Margaret Boyer of Halifax, Pa., he was an instructor in the Millersville State Normal Academy. Later on he entered the service of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, from which service he retired about 25 years ago.

He was a member of the James McCormick Bible Class of the Pine Street Presbyterian Church for more than 40 years and was noted for the regularity of his attendance, rarely missing a Sunday.

He is survived by his widow, Margaret Boyer Chrisman, one son, Francis Leon Chrisman, of Montclair, N. J., and two daughters, Miss Anna L. Chrisman, of this city and Mrs. Frank E. Haff, of New York. The funeral arrangements will be announced later.

[Patriot News - March 17, 1913]

The funeral services of Morgan B. Chrisman, who died at 261 North Street, Sunday afternoon, will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, the Rev. E. E. Curtis, pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment will be made at Halifax Cemetery, where the body will be taken by the Hawkins Estate.

[Patriot News - March 18, 1913]
Added by Brenda & Pete on Dec 27, 2013 5:10 PM
Brenda & Pete
RE: William Harris Boyer
Hi Deborah,

No, I do not think that I am related to your Boyer's. (but then you never know) The Boyer's in my family hail from Lancaster, PA and Lebanon, PA. My father was born and raised in Cornwall, Lebanon County. His father's name was William as well. That is why I said looking for your request for a William Boyer was a little special for me. And yes, I am on If you would look for William Boyer born 1920 in Cornwall, PA, you would see photos of my dad. Maybe after more research I will find a connection to your William Boyer. You just never know. Have a good evening Deborah. It was a pleasure helping you.

Brenda & Pete
Added by Brenda & Pete on Aug 19, 2013 6:00 PM
Brenda & Pete
RE: William Harris Boyer
Hello Deborah,

You are so very welcome. It was our pleasure to fulfill this request for you. This request was a little special for me since my maiden name is Boyer and my dad's name was William. Have a great day.

Brenda & Pete
Added by Brenda & Pete on Aug 18, 2013 6:50 AM

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