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This cemetery was also known as East Brook Methodist Episcopal Cemetery or Painter/Briary Hill Cemetery.
INCLUDES THE OLD GERMAN CEMETERY (EAST SIDE - BESIDE CHURCH - ROUTE 19) AND ENGLISH CEMETERY (WEST SIDE - ACROSS FROM CHURCH - ROUTE 19).
This important genealogical resource includes transcriptions of the tombstones by sections and rows, adult baptisms, obituary notes, pastors, early members and affiliates, as well as marriages.
Tombstone inscription readings by row, with additional genealogical data and church history.
This book includes transcriptions from tombstone readings at St. Peter's Reformed Church Cemetery and Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, as well as brief histories of the churches.
Alphabetical census with genealogical data. Includes history of the church.
MOUNT CHESTNUT CEMETERY, NORTH ROAD, BOROUGH OF MT. CHESTNUT, FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, BUTLER COUNTY, PA. 2008 Compiled by Dwight Copper & Blake Morrow. Alphabetical listing of the interred includes genealogical info and Church history. 41 pages, 8 1/2 x 11 Softbound.
This cemetery is located across from the Wurtemburg U.P. Church. The author has compiled tombstone readings with genealogical data taken from obituaries and church records.
This cemetery is located at the corner of Dight Road and Plain Grove-North Liberty Road. Tombstone inscription readings by row with additional genealogical data. Church history is included.
MOUNT JACKSON UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CEMETERY, ALSO KNOWN AS HICKORY RUN CEMETERY, NORTH BEAVER TOWNSHIP, LAWRENCE COUNTY, PA. 2003 by Dwight Copper.
Congregation formed in 1835 and White Church erected in 1888, last service conducted on May 20, 1951. Alphabetical listing of the interred includes genealogical info.
Church history and tombstone inscription readings by row, with additional genealogical data.
Tombstone inscription readings by row includes surname index.
Tombstone inscription readings and burial records from local newspapers, death register and family histories, with additional genealogical data.
Tombstone readings by sections and rows, with added obituaries, map, plus a transcription of the church charter and newspaper clippings. Includes brief histories of Zorr Baptist Church and Hillsville M.E. Church.
Alphabetical tombstone inscription readings, with additional genealogical data and church history.
Extensive church history and alphabetical tombstone inscription readings with additional genealogical data.
Tombstone inscription readings by row, with additional genealogical data.
Tombstone inscription readings by row, plus much genealogical data from newspaper obituaries, family histories and Church records. Also contained is an extensive church history.
Tombstone inscription readings, plus much genealogical data from newspaper obituaries, family histories and the church records from 1873-1943.
This cemetery was originally read in 1993, with revisions in 1998 and 2002. Transcriptions of tombstone readings are by row, with a surname index.
Mr. Copper has listed tombstone readings by sections and rows, with additional genealogical information obtained from obituaries. A surname index and church history complete this work.
Transcribed tombstone readings with additional genealogical information.
Swedish Mission Covenant Church was the first church in Bessemer, built in 1890; now known as the First Covenant Church of Bessemer. Mr. Copper lists cemetery inscriptions by rows, then tombstone readings alphabetically, adding genealogical data.
Bethel U.P. Church was organized in 1798 under the name Little Beaver Church. This alphabetical census of interments gathered from tombstone readings is supplemented with genealogical data gathered from newspaper obituaries and family histories.
The King's Chapel U.M. Church was founded as a Methodist Episcopal Church in 1804. Tombstone readings are by row.
Tombstone readings, with some genealogical data included.
This cemetery existed since 1811 and is on the original site of the Brush Run Seceder Church. These tombstone inscription readings include birth and death dates, and in many cases, ages and immediate family information.
This cemetery is located on Maple Street. These tombstone readings are listed by sections and rows, with birth and death dates and other available information.
The Lillyville Church of God, better known as Hickory Nell, was formed in 1839. This book contains tombstone readings of the cemetery, which are listed by sections and rows. Surnames are indexed. Newspaper articles about the history of the church are included
In addition to the cemetery inscriptions, this book contains sketches of the church's ministers, genealogical data of those interred at the cemetery, abstracts from the Cemetery Association meeting minutes, lists of cemetery directors and board members, and notation of former presidents of Geneva College interred at the cemetery.
These cemetery inscriptions are listed by row, then indexed. Included is the centennial history of the Church as well as newspaper obituaries.
This cemetery record book not only includes stone readings by section and row, but contains genealogical material as well as copies of clippings from newspaper records, the history of the Rich Hill Presbyterian Church, baptisms and marriages, and a surname index to the cemetery readings.
This genealogical resource includes a census of the interred, as well as data from various early Lawrence County newspaper obituaries, the Nellie Simonton File in the New Castle Public Library, the county will book index, and various family histories.
Rose Point Reformed Presbyterian Church was organized in 1834 as the Slippery Rock Reformed Presbyterian Church. The name was changed to Rose Point in 1928. The author has compiled tombstone readings as well as additional burial records, with genealogical data collected from newspaper obituaries, church records, family histories and diaries
This cemetery is located on Route 65. Tombstone readings by row, with additional genealogical data included.
SAVANNAH CEMETERY,SAVANNAH METHODIST CHURCH, ORGANIZED 1820, SHENANGO TOWNSHIP, LAWRENCE COUNTY, PA. 2004 transcribed and compiled by Dwight Copper. Tombstone readings by sections and rows, many with added genealogical data. Also contains a brief history of the Savannah Methodist Church. Indexed. LOC #2004107527. 98 pages, 8½ x 11 Softbound
This ten acre cemetery is located on Rt. 388 just north of Weigletown. The congregation was formed in 1922 and consisted primarily of about 75 families of Polish descent. These tombstone readings are listed by section and row, with birth and death dates and additional information such as military service and spouse.
Mr. Copper has arranged the tombstone readings in this book by sections and rows. He has added copies of newspaper obituaries and a surname index.
EAST BROOK UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CEMETERY, ORGANIZED 1840, ROUTE 388, HICKORY TOWNSHIP, LAWRENCE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. 2003 compiled by Dwight Copper. This cemetery census is read by section and row, then the author added 55 pages of genealogies, listed alphabetically, from obituaries. Also, the history of the East Brook U.P. Church is revealed through newspaper clippings. 91 pages, 8 1/2 x 11 Softbound.
This reference includes an alphabetical cemetery census with additional brief genealogical data; lot owners listed by lot number; a lot owners map with an alphabetical surname index; Obituaries from local newspapers; and histories of the Pulaski Presbyterian Church and Pulaski United Methodist Church.
St. Joseph Catholic Church was organized by the German Catholics of the area in 1888. In this church's cemetery, which is located on Wilmington Rd., lie a number of New Castle's prominent citizens.
Emanuel Evangelical Church - South Jefferson & South Streets, New Castle, PA, Organized 1858. 2007 by Dwight Copper & Blake Morrow. Includes church history; pastor, membership, baptismal, and marriage records; newspaper clippings, B&W photos. Indexed. LOC 2007931896, 194 pages
INDEX TO BUTLER COUNTY CEMETERY INVENTORY: VOLUMES 1 - 5. 1993 (Reprint) by Butler County Historical Society and Nancy Romig. Each volume of the set is indexed separately in this book by surname only. 206 pages, 8½ x 11 hardbound.
Information includes name of the deceased; the date, place, age and cause of death; place of residence, date of funeral service, place of burial service, the clergymen involved, place of burial, the names of the pallbearers, and any other family data included in the original register.
The second volume in this catalog of cemetery information and tombstone readings of Butler County cemeteries, this book covers the townships of Worth, Brady, Clay, Concord, Fairview, Muddy Creek, Franklin, Center, Oakland and Donegal.
Tombstone readings by row with additional genealogical data and church history.
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