5 edition of Bucks County tombstone inscriptions found in the catalog.
Bucks County tombstone inscriptions
Frances Wise Waite
|Statement||compiled by Frances Wise Waite.|
|Contributions||Bucks County Genealogical Society.|
|LC Classifications||F159.B42 W35 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (in various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||88071192|
Sundry tombstone inscriptions in Bucks County § By Smith, C. Arthur. Microreproduction of typescript located in the Bucks County Historical Society Library, Doylestown, Pa. Includes surname index. Tombstone inscriptions in Bucks, Lehigh, and Northampton counties §. Call # Gen B92Wa Author Waite, Frances Wise. Title(s) Bucks County tombstone inscriptions, Hilltown township / Compiled by Frances Wise Waite. Publisher Doylestown, PA: Bucks County Genealogical Society, Paging p. ; 28 cm. Notes Includes index. Subject Headings Inscriptions Pennsylvania Bucks County.
Bucks County Tombstone Inscriptions Hilltown Township; by Frances Wise Waite Bucks County, Pennsylvania Mortality Schedule; by Patricia L. George Calendar of Delaware Wills, A - New Castle County The Mahanoy Area Historical Society was the recipient of a large personal collection of documents from a private donor, Mrs. W.A. Berryman. The collection focuses on county, church, burial, wills, family histories and orphan’s court records from Pennsylvania.
VCGS is a genealogical society in Ventura County, CA, USA, that supports members and visitors through on-line records, a library, training sessions and meetings. We have many records for local and nei ABSTRACTS OF BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA LAND RECORDS - DAUPHIN COUNTY TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS Vol. 3: Stroh, Oscar H. Durham Union Church Durham Township, Pennsylvania Bucks County. Home. Names / Reports. Cemeteries. What's New. These records were found at the Easton Public Library (The Marx Room). The book was 'Sundry Tombstone Inscriptions and Church Data' Volume 1, by Fackenthal. This information was compiled from church books by Dr. B.F. Fackenthal, Jr. in.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 volume (in various pagings) ; 28 cm: Contents: Applebachsville (St. Paul's) Union Cemetery --Wm. Bryan, Baptist Burying Ground --Deep Run Mennonite East Cemetery --Deep Run Mennonite West Cemetery --Deep Run Presbyterian Cemetery --Haycock Mennonite Cemetery --Keller's Union Cemetery.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Responsibility: compiled by Frances Wise. A list of gravestone inscriptions is in the BCGS database. Gravestone transcriptions for this cemetery can be found at Pennsylvania Gravestones. This cemetery is on Findagrave.
The Mercer Museum Library has the following: Bucks County tombstone inscriptions Hilltown Township / compiled by Frances Wise Waite. Doylestown, Pa.: Bucks County Genealogical.
Church records and tombstone inscriptions from Bucks County Historical Society College, Bucks County, Pa [microform] Tinicum Lutheran Church records Bucks County, Penna.
baptisms book # 2 (indexed) Christ's (Tinicum) Lutheran Church, Tinicum Twp., Bucks Co., Pa. [microform]. Bucks County tombstone inscriptions: Bedminster and Haycock townships Graves, names, dates and burial no's of the Old Turbotville Cemetery, Turbotville, Pa.
and Edgewood or Sand Hill Cemetery, Montoursville, Pa. Bucks County tombstone inscriptions: Bedminster and Haycock townships A history of College Township before and after Historical book of Berrysburg and Mifflin Township.
Frances Wise Waite for Bucks County Genealogical Society - Listing from numerous cemeteries in said townships of the tombstone inscriptions, the cemetery where found and the location within the cemetery.
PSW "Bucks County, Hilltown Township, Tombstone Inscriptions." Frances Wise Waite Bucks County tombstone inscriptions book Bucks County Gen. Society, Doylestown The first provincial council of Pennsylvania and its members; Bible records [Odiorne, Urie, Reinhold]; Tombstone inscriptions [Old Bethel graveyard and Old Mt.
Lebanon graveyard in Allegheny County, Old Union graveyard and St. Clair graveyard in Westmoreland County]; Abstracts of wills of Westmoreland County registered at Greensburg.
The Mercer Museum Library has the following: Bucks County tombstone inscriptions. Doylestown, PA: Bucks County Historical Society, 61 p.: 28 cm. Call No. Chu Vol. Book 9 Doylestown, Plumstead & Solebury Townships cemetery transcriptions & church records.
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tombstone inscriptions. Record Source: Published Materials. Subjects and Genres: '. Index To History Of Bucks County, Pennsylvania Edited By J. Battle book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(1). Christ Little Tulpehocken Church cemetery, Jefferson Township, Berks County, Pa., Bernville, Route 2, Pa.; a list of tombstone inscriptions in the "new" cemetery of the church dating from s to s.
Catalog Record Only Caption title. Cover title: Tombstone inscriptions of Christ Litte Tulpehocken Union Church. A Record of deaths in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and territory immediately contiguous, compiled mainly from the newspapers of the county; also burials in Richlandtown, Doylestown, Deep Run Mennonite, Kellers Church, and New Britain Beulah cemeteries Family History Library.
Bucks County tombstone inscriptions: Bedminster and Haycock townships. A history of the Newtown Presbyterian Church, ; Newtown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania: including all gravestones, names and epitaphs; also lists of ministers and elders Family History Library.
Church Records for St Andrew's Roman Catholic Church (in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records collection) Ancestry Church Records for St. Bucks County Historical Society. Marriage Certificates in the Collection of the Bucks County Historical Society: Marriage Records of the First Baptist Church, St.
Michael's Lutheran Church, Zion Lutheran Church, Philadelphia; Abstracts from Wrightstown and Other Meeting Records. Doylestown, Pennsylvania: The Society, Camden County Missouri Tombstone Inscriptions by Jacqueline Hogan Williams (Warrensburg MO). 3 volumes bound together.
library bound hardback pages * 11 inches ASIN: BEIPLU Contents; arranged by cemetery name, then by date: Bucks County tombstone inscriptions: Bedminster and Haycock townships Unknown Binding Bucks County Declaration and Naturalization Pennsylvania.
5 Brutus, Cayuga County, New York C. Van Alstine Farm Cemetery (Tombstone Inscriptions) 6 Buchanan, Berrien County, Michigan Marriages & Deaths 7 Bucks County, Pennsylvania Incorporation Dates 8 Bucks County, Pennsylvania Bibliography of Genealogical Sources 9 Buena Vista, Virginia Southern SeminaryFile Size: KB.
Title(s) Bucks County tombstone inscriptions, Hilltown township / Compiled by Frances Wise Waite. Publisher Doylestown, PA: Bucks County Genealogical Society, Paging p.
; 28 cm. Notes Includes index. --Source of information: Harry ADAMS (Bedminster, PA);Bucks county Tombstone Inscriptions - Bedminster Township, page K show; that they both died the same day.
Samuel J. 8 GODSHALK (Herman 7, Jacob Henricks 6 GODTSCHALK, Bishop, Gottschalk THONIS 5 (THEUNISSEN), Thones 4 COMES, Gottschalk 3, Thonis E. 2, Gottschalk 1) was born Abt. Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, cemetery records collected by Jeremiah Zeamer Wilbur J.
McElwain Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, divorces, Eugene F. Throop Dauphin County tombstone inscriptions Oscar H. Stroh Deed books 1 & 2, Allegheny County, Pa., K. T. H. McFarland.The following, is a list of Tombstone Inscriptions for cemeteries in and around Berks County.
These Cemetery records were read and donated by genealogists or volunteers. The Dates associated with each record refers to the date of donation or the known date span of the tombstone readings. In a few instances, we had to make [ ].Only two tombstone inscriptions could be read. These two tombstone verified that the “Old Cemetery on property of Dr.
W. A. Bryan,” as listed in Mrs. Acklen’s book, publishedis the same cemetery located today near Johnson Chapel. The two inscriptions that were read on Octo