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HAgSINGEtt't) NKW CEMETERY.
IrShainlmi'li, Siruli, w of. Geo. l Feb
8, 1824; d Feb 18, 1894, aged
70 v K rl
ShambfH'h, Catherine, w of David, dp"0" ,that lhe "ame '9 wri'"" t,,e
Mar 8, 1892, aged 67 y S , ral wav by different rendu
I of the same family.
rShambach, Mary A. w of Howard I Bowereox, Reubeu, b Nov 2, 1819
K., b Mar 6, 1859; 1 Aug 8, d Oct 11, 1882. aged 62 y 10
1 sk:;, aged 24 y ." m 2 c'. no 1 5 d.
Wh, DnvH, l July 27, 1 H 1 :; 1
(kit 16, 1867, aged ."ly 2 m I
;r5choch, Mnrrhih, w nf David, d
Nuv 2, 1870, aged r2 y 1 m
S3diocli, Annie May, d of A. and
Kute d Aug 25, 1870, aged 1 y
s i" 17 d.
Schoch, Annie I. S., d t' J. C. and
M.S. h May .", 1871; d July
23, 1892, aged 21 y 2 m 18 d.
Walter, Amelia, w of John, b Nov
20, I831;d Mar 26, 1890,aged
58 y 4 ni tl d.
Walter. w of 1. K. (I Sep 21,
1884, ageil 76 y 7 m 6 d.
vVYiiaVk, Dani.-I. h June 26, 1827;
1 July 1"), 1SS7, aged ' y
' A'eirirk, Martha J. d ol' Daniel and
Catherine, d Mar 29, 1884,
aged -J I y 1 ni 20 d.
No. of iueriptions, :'.!'
No. of unmarked graves 1"
hassimikk's old i.'EMETKnv.
Reported by Hdwln "liarles am! eo. W. Whs;-
- ensal ler.
I Ills cemetery is one of tl Idest
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in nnvitcr v ni utv niio has iih many
. . . .
cinmarkcil ns marked irraves,,
Arnold, Angel, w oi Adam b April
24, I782;d Deo 7, 1849, aged
(57 y7n 13 d.
, ,, .... . ( , a
Aiiranil, Marv, w ol Ueo. I) let f.
, ' ,7iu4a I -.,
1777; d-Aug 17, 1848, aged 0
v 10 m lid.
a III 1 1 1 " If J Mllll i a Ml t llTPt II III
30, 1806; d Sej) 17, 1807,ngu
5 m 1 8 d.
Aurand,Geo.b Nov 16, 1769; d
July 18, 1850, aged 80 y 8 ml
Mar.-, w of J..!..,, d Feb 2,
3, aged 24 v.
1 so:,, aged
urand, Peter, 8 of Geo l Dec 6,
1809; .1 July 15, 1813, aged
; v 5 in 30 d.
Vurand, Marv Birh, w nf Ceo. Ii
Auir 1766; d Mar 8, 1829,
aged IV2 v 6 n 30 d.
.Aurund, Geo,'l Juh 27, 1794; d
Apr 21, 1835, aged 10 y 0 m
I ) (
Aiirnnd, Samuel, b of Geo and U. b
Feb 20, 1833; d Apr 22, 1839
aged 6 y 2 in 2 d.
. ig..r.(trcrmaii, LTigler) Wilhelmnia
wof Amos, d Mar 6, 1843,
agc'21 y 1 m 14d.
Haker. Ilora - R. - ol P. and Emma
J. d May !. 1863, aged 7
9 ni 21 d.
Barbin, Catherine S, w of James S.
I.Od 10, IS04; d July 30,
1868, ageti 63 y 9 m 20 d.
Bartram, Lewis, d Aug 25, 1845,
aged ."'I y 11 en 26 d. 1
'. aiter. Allen S. - of Henry and
Ellen, d Jan it, 1870, aged I
V 7 1,1 -'' ''
Benfer, Sarah, d of Henry and EI-
Ion, d Feb 2.'. 1 S70, aged 2 y
7 in in d.
Betifcr, Win. ti. D n of John and
Marv. d Feb 19, 1872, aged
1 m'l2 il.
Bickhart.Iufanf a of Roht. ami Sarah
Bingaman, Ida A. d of Sam'I H. and
S. d July 25, 1867, aged 18 m
im i . . ., . ,i
rJogar, Paul, d June 28, 1826,aged
u .. i . on ,!
SUogar, Samuel D. of Paul and
Mary, b Dec 15, 1813; d July L
22, 1829, aged 16 y 7 m 7 d. !
ISolender, Charles, 9 of Michael,
1 829. (oould'ut read, too much j
SBolender, Geo. b Mar 20, 1799, d
A'ov 22, 1840, aged 41 y 7 iii i
Soleoderj Franklin, s of Geo. 1834.
DoleaWler, Elisabeth, w of Fred. I
.'dcp IS, 1 71 ; 1 Mar 17, 1839,
aged 77 y in 29 d.
SBolsnder, John Freidricb, h Mar
M, 11CA; (I Jan 13, 1832,
.aged 76 y.
P,"er' b A,,8 16 178i;d Apr
17, 1848, aged 66 y 8 m 1 d.
Bob, .lohn Conrad, b Feb 5, 1740:
d Feb 1809, aged 69 y.
Bobst, E!enora Kleinen, b Feb 5,
1719;d Mar 5, 1801, aKed 82
U.bb .Julio 15. b Nov 4, 1.H09: d
Apr 22, 1 867, aged 57 y 5 in
I B. no further inscription.
The names Bubb, Bull and Bobst
an- probably the same, in fit w
Bowereox, 8arah, d Mar 16, 1897
Bowereox, s of Reuben ami Sarah, '
I. Nmi 17 1BAI. ,1 .li.lv 3
1880, aged 18 y 7 m.
Bowereox, Win. b Nov 30, 1809; d
Jan 23, 1S74, aged r4 y 1 m
Bowersox, John, s of Samuel and
Susana, d May 27, 18."s, aged
16 y 3 m 15 d.
Bowersox, Catherine, wof Jaokaon.
b Jan 19, 1845; d Dec 6, 1864
aged 19 y 10 m 17 d.
Bowereox, Jacob, d May 23, 1861,
aged 66 y 7 ni 4 d.
i Bowersox, Magdalena, w of Jacob,
h Feb 13, 1786; d Jan 3, 1876
I "ged 89 y 10 m 18 d.
Bowereox, Barbara, w of Wm. b
June 10, 1808; d June 13,
j 1852, ged 4-1 y 3 d.
Bowereox, Robert, d Sep 20, 1 858,
aged 15 y 8 d.
; Bowersox, Alice C. d of Wash, and
S. d July 27, 1860, aged 8 m.
Bowersox, Alwilda, d of Wash, and
S. d Allg 7, 1860, aged 6 m
I m ,
, , . ,..
ijowersox, Washington, h July 2,
ao.iJ . ,-,,, ,
1836; d Nov 21, I860, aged
.. . - , ' 8
1 v I in . d.
r .. , i i , o.i eoon
B"''', Joseph, d Apr 22, 1892
' . y
Breininger, Maria, w of Joseph, d
, , , , ' , ... '
July -25, 1887, aged 69 y 11m
L . .
Breininger, Maria C. d of C, and L.
('. d Mar 10, 1864, aged 1 y
5 m ll d
Bininger, Hdoricb, B of C. and
V' 00 7 ' ' "g T
n..:: v f c
" ' " w ,
Brown, Curtis, s of Thomas and,
.nney, d .vug l, iBOZj i Mar ,
1, 1H5:!, aged 6 m 24 d.
n,"'K' ,,mn ,a0OD " gw'
1,1,1 , , , . . ,
' year8, I
Brunr. Catherine, nee Dolten, dj
N,";,,s' b J,,l.v 12- 1S2,;: (1 1
f?1 ,27' 185t' 30 y 2 m
. ' ',
oiuue uiurKeu . i . )
r,",rl,,l'.v. I"-"'t of Millard and 16, 1881, aged 32 y 3 m 21 d.
d Oct 29, 1881. 0ift Cbarle0., of A. K. and
Courtney, Infant of Millard and Amelia, d Mar 2, 1859, aged
raiicea, l Aug 5, 1S7!. 3 m4d.
Courtney, Frances Laura, b lVb Gift, Susanna, dau of Johannes, b
24, 1861;dt 6,1890, aged Apr 15, 1848; d Jan 24, I860,
2) ' 22 '' aged 15 y 9 m 9 d.
Coleman, Allen S. a of John J. and Gift, Amanda, dau of John and E
Ellen, d Nov 25, 1879, aged liaabetn, d Jan 9, 1851, aged
3 y 10 m. 12y8ml4d.
Decker, Reuben, l July 14, 1832; d Gift, Adam, s of A. and E., d Aug
July 12, 1894, aged 61 y 11 ml 21, 1854, 1 m 25 d.
29a- Gift, Jeremias, d July 2, 1843, aged
Decker, Amelia V, w of Reuben, b 89 y n m 12 a.
s'l 1 ,S) 1 s-!)- ! Gift, Catherine, w of Jeremias d
Decker, Peter, b Oct 2, 1788; d Deo 23, 1845, aged 79 y. '
J1-81: 27' l859 "K 70 ' 5 m,Giftf Catherine, lau of Johannes
and Eliza, b Oct 29. 1840: d
Decker, Catharine, w nf Peter, d
Oct 27, 1854, aged 62 y less
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Decker. Michael S. d May 1, 1871,'
i a i .. . ... i-i
Decker, Raliecca, w of Michael, d
Dec 29, 1882, aged 79 y 4 m
" " ' '
n . Tl 1 A a 1 a
- Gilt, John Jacob, d Oct 12, 1836,
Det)ker. Ma Magdaleon, lHru aged 44 y 1 1 in 2 d.
M0ayiGift' Ame,ia dau of Jacob and E-
-I, nor,, MiO, 40, 104U.I
aged 37 V 1 1 m 2 d
n . 6 '
Decker, Adam, s ot Peter
rerer ana iuam ,
(rb am stic kflus) d Feb 9,
. !'? ' 'V '"
ur' a woimon.
Deckri Leah d of Peter, (starb am
Doebler, Elizabeth, b Jan 12, 1805:
d June 9, 1873, aged 68y 4 j
. m a'
Unebler, hlizabeth, wof John, b
May 3, 1 786; d Feb 1 1 , 1 869,
aged 82 y 9 m 8 d.
Doebler (Dabler) John, b July 5,,
1 1 1 v, u reo o, iooy, agea vy
y 7 m.
Dor man, Geo. I. s of J. and E. dSep
, 18, 1860, aged 7 m 7d.
;DormD,Eliabetii, wtrf Jok)o,d
of John and Sarah Steiniuger,
I b APr 23 1 831 ;d February 5,
1 860; aged 28 y 9 m 22 L
, Dock' Cklvin H- 8 of D- U' aDd
Mary, bJaly 17, 1846; d June
1847, aged 10 m.
; Duck J10BePh jS 8 of ,nd b
Jul? 1842 aged 1 y 9 m 15 d.
Drieeae, Catharine, b Mar 17, 1774;
d May 28, 1797.
Drieez, Johannes and wife Anna
Dries (Tris) Johannes, b Aug 21,
1752: d Jan 17, 1802, 56 y 11
Eisenhower, Eva, w of Abraham, b
Oct 14, 1794; Sep 10, 1840,
aged 45 y 10 ni.
Eisenhaur, Abraham, d Mar 21,
1.S70, aged 81 y 1 m.
Eisenhaur, Catherine, w of Abra
ham, formerly wife of J. Roy
er, bv birth a (Jemberling, b
Jau 4, 1804; d June 28, 1885,
aged 81 y 5 n 19 d.
Eisenhaur, Kcuban, b May 3, 1822
(1 Apr lo, 1874, aged 51 y 11
Eisenhower, Ebner E., s of Reuben
and Rachel, b Apr 7, 1868; d
Jan 23, 18U4, aged 25 y 9 m
Eisenhower, Harriet, w of Benj. A.,
bOct 9, 1840; d Nov 9, 1860;
aged 20 y 1 ni.
Engle, Mary, w of John M., b July
22, 1800; d June 1878, aged
77 y 10 m 19 d.
Earnest, Jacob A., s of John and
Catherine, d Aug 20, 1861,
aged 6 m 24 d.
Erb, Samuel, d Aug 26, 1818; d
May 15, 1882, aged 63 y 8 m
Erb, Elizabeth, w of Samuel, b May
31, 1816, d Dec 23, 1887, ageil
71 y 6 m 22 d.
Erb, Samuel, d Sept 12, 1854; d
May 17, 1880, aged 25 y 8 in
Erb, Clara, w of Alexander, b Nov
17. 1854; l Dec 3, 1872, aged
18 y 16d.
Erb, Alice, b Dec 3, 1873; d Cvt
13, 1879, aged 6 y 10 m 10 d.
Eel m ly, Kate Wolfe, relict of Jac
ou ( Sept 30) 1881, aged
62 y 8 in 28 d.
Felmly, Amelia, dan of Jacob and
C-dA,r 2l'18(ilagel 5 J 4 d-
France, Howard J., I of Michael
and Harriet, d May 10, 1869,
aireJ 9Q v 9 m 27 d.
Gift, John, b July 27, 1787; d May
' J - F -" 'I .'
19, 1866, aired 68 v 9 m 22 d.
Gift, Elisabeth, w of John, b July
21, 1807; d Mar 23, 1876,
aged 68 y 8 in 11 d.
Gift, Eliza, b Nov 25, 1833; d Dec
27, 1864, ageal 31 y 1 m 2 d.
-, 8 of J. and K., d Mar
Feb 24, 1842, aged 1 y 3 m
Gift, infant s of John and Elizabeth,
b Oct 29. 1840.
'Gift. David, s of John and E.. b
uitt, David, s ot John and h., b
xov 11, 1832; d Julv 12,
1833, aged 8 m Id.
' ' '
. h 1W 1i 1S17. ,1
Gift Elizabeth, I, July 19, 1765; d
Nov 7 1832' aced 69 y 3 ra
Gift, Margareth, w of Anthony, b
Jan 3, 1771; d May 6, 1823,
aged 52 y 4 m 3 d
Gift, Eva, (May 8, 1795.)
'Gift, Henry, 8 of Jacob and Ehai-
beth. b June 28. 1826: d Sent
10, 1852, aged 26 y.
Gift WUBin W.. a of Amoa and
Elisa, b Sept 14, 1849; d Dec
30, 1866, aged 17 y 3 m 16 d
Gift, Roswell, 1st Lieut. Co.C, 172
Regt Fa, Militia, d Jan 25,
1864, aged 28 y 3 m 23 d.
e Idea af It.
"I don't see how anyone ran lose
money in speculation," she remarked
"Do you consider it so simple?" he
"Why, certainly. At I understand it,
all you hare to do is to buy when things
are going up and sell when they are
"But how are you going to know
which way they are going?" he la
quired. "Why why, I nerer thought ol
that." she answered. "It does make
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Took To Maeh.
Mrs. Gadrt Did jrou ever? I heard
Deacon De Goode come borne last
niffht howling drunk.
Mrs. Gabb Oh. you're mistaken.
The deacon was out with some tem
perance men, and took too manv
temperance drinks, that'a all.
"Hut he howled like a derviher."
"That wann't drunk; that waa
colic" N. Y. Weekly.
What Paialed Her.
Mrs. Oimsonhenk There'a one
thing about my husband I never could
Mrs. Yeast And what'a that?
"Why. when he cornea home late he
can't find the keyhole, but when ht
gets inside, from the noise he makes,
he seems to find everything in the
room." Yonken Statesman.
How We Differ.
"In China," remarked the first, "a
men who commits a crime often gets
another to take his puniahment and
gives him money for it."'
"In this country," replied the sec
ond, "a man who commits a crime
may swear it on to another nnd give
him the laugh for it." Chicago Post.
Two Kirf lltit Rrcioni,
"Why did you lynch him?" we asked
of the mob.
"Well, he confesged."
This aeemed reattonable, but agaic
"Why did you lynch the other man?'
"Because he wouldn't confess, con
urn him!" Town Topics.
fncle Abner Beth ain't what I cal.
a thick-and-thin party man.
Uncle Hiram Why. he never vote
anything but the regular ticket.
Uncle Abner Yes, but he's alio
willfa1 to admit that the country ina
not be ruined if the other fellen get
In. Brooklyn Life.
Jaat the Rlaiht Term.
"He saya he has settled down to
business again," remarked the com
"He'g hit it exactly !" exclaimed the
merchant. "He couldn't have chosen
a better term. He has settled down,
but he hasn't settled up." Chicago
Be Knew Them.
Hip-gins Was that your son I saw
with you yesterday?
Wiggins Yes; did you think h
looks like me?
Higgins I thought those made-ovei
pants looked like the pair you used tc
wear. Boston Transcript.
To Ret our names straight I have striven,
But the problem aeema accursed;
One's "first name" la the laat he's given,
While the "last name" la the first,
Mr. Parvenu Waiter! l!iinr me a
bottle of champagne.
Waiter Yes, sir. Dry, sir?
Mr. Parvenu It's none of your busi
ness whether I'm dry or not. Chicago
Why He Tramped.
Housekeeper I'd just like to know
why you go trumping through the
Mouldy Mike Well. mum. I've heard
that these 'ere palace cars is rathei
stuffy, mum. X. Y. Weekly.
She You haven't told me you loved
me once to-day.
He And you haven't asked me if 1
love you since day before yesterday.
The honeymoon, shuddering, saw its
finish. Indianapolis l'ress.
A Good Iteaaon.
Householder This bill of yours is
twice aa much as it should be.
Plumber Well, my man was in
your house twice as long as he ought
to have been. Brooklyn Life.
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