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Mary Ann Zentmyers
Mary Ann Zentmyers
 
 
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Mary Strahorn Zentmyer
Mary Strahorn Zentmyer
From the Zentmyer Collection.  
 
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Mary Zentmyer and her son John in 1912.
Mary Zentmyer and her son John in 1912.
From the Zentmyer Collection. It's amazing all that hair made it through the birth canal.
 
 
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Mary Zentmyer Meiley
Mary Zentmyer Meiley
 
 
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Mary Zentmyer's Headstone
Mary Zentmyer's Headstone
Located in Burns Hill Cemetery, Waynesboro, PA 
 
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Mass Meeting at Laurelton
Mass Meeting at Laurelton
John Betz was married to Samuel's daughter Jane.
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Mausoleum for Walter Scott and Mary Rounds Hobart
Mausoleum for Walter Scott and Mary Rounds Hobart
Located in Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Colma, San Mateo, California
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Mausoleum of Garret and Esther Tuttle Hobart
Mausoleum of Garret and Esther Tuttle Hobart
Located in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Patterson, Passaic, New Jersey, Section 16, Lot 380, Grave 2 and 3.
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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May 1902 cartoon about lax law enforcement at the Vienna Buffet
May 1902 cartoon about lax law enforcement at the Vienna Buffet
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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May and John Zentmyer
May and John Zentmyer
A view at 644 N. Manhattan Place shortly after May and John's wedding.
Photo from the Zentmyer Collection.  
 
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May Augusta Legate
May Augusta Legate
 
 
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May Hobart Zentmyer
May Hobart Zentmyer
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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May Hobart, patriotic nurse
May Hobart, patriotic nurse
Photo taken shortly after the US entered World War I in 1917. 
 
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Mazeppa Union Cemetery (East side of road)
Mazeppa Union Cemetery (East side of road)
 
 
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Memorial Marker for David Zentmyer and Frank Zentmyer
Memorial Marker for David Zentmyer and Frank Zentmyer
Located in the Zentmyer plot in Alexandria Presbyterian Cemetery, Alexandria, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Photo by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Memorial Stone for Rev. Peter Hobart
Memorial Stone for Rev. Peter Hobart
"In memory of Revd. Peter Hobart who died January 20th 1679 in the 75th year of his age and 53rd of his ministery 9 years of which he spent in Hingham Great Britain & 44 in Hingham, Massachusetts."
Located in the Old Ship Church Burying Ground, Hingham, Suffolk, (now Plymouth) Massachusetts
Photo courtesy JLCraw 
 
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Mentzers Cemetery, Fayetteville, Franklin, Pennsylvania
Mentzers Cemetery, Fayetteville, Franklin, Pennsylvania
 
 
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Michael Emmert signature on the manifest of the Loyal Judith.
Michael Emmert signature on the manifest of the Loyal Judith.
Photo courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Miles and Jennie Zentmyer's Headstone
Miles and Jennie Zentmyer's Headstone
Along with their three children who died in infancy. Located in Schuyler Cemetery, Schuyler, Colfax Co., Nebraska
Section 8, Row 2
Photo courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Miles and Jennie Zentmyer's Marriage
Miles and Jennie Zentmyer's Marriage
From the Zentmyer Collection. On 26 May 1874 as recorded in Miles & Jennie Zentmyer's family bible, which is currently in the custody of your webmaster.
 
 
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Miles clears the air about his candidacy
Miles clears the air about his candidacy
Article in Reading (Pennsylvania) Times, 30 May 1872.
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Miles is open for business in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Miles is open for business in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
A 'business card' advertisement in the Huntingdon Journal dated 4 Jan 1871.
Image by Gary Zentmyer  
 
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Miles moves to Grand Island, Nebraska
Miles moves to Grand Island, Nebraska
Article dated 1887
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Miles Zentmyer
Miles Zentmyer
From the Zentmyer Collection.  
 
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Miles Zentmyer Obituary
Miles Zentmyer Obituary
Published in the Omaha World-Herald, 20 Sep 1911
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Miles Zentmyer's discharge from the Union Army
Miles Zentmyer's discharge from the Union Army
From the Zentmyer Collection. Dated December 6, 1865
 
 
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Milton Strahorn's house in 1883 per map below.
Milton Strahorn's house in 1883 per map below.
On Newark Road, south of Pine Street 
 
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Miss Jeanette Lehman - French Millinery
Miss Jeanette Lehman - French Millinery
Open for Business - Notice in the (Philadelphia) National Gazette, 17 Apr 1828. A plucky 22-year-old! 
 
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Monroe St. Bridge Viaduct
Monroe St. Bridge Viaduct
From the Zentmyer Collection. Robert built a railroad viaduct which crossed the Monroe St. Bridge and the Spokane River at the same place. This structure was completed in 1914, and was an engineering marvel to say the least. Robert was an early champion of the concept of grade separation, that is running railroad lines and automobile traffic at different elevations so as to avoid conflicts.  
 
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Monument Cemetery Headstones used for riprap
Monument Cemetery Headstones used for riprap
At the base of the Betsy Ross Bridge over the Delaware River, Philadelphia. "Riprap is rock or other material used to armor shorelines, streambeds, bridge abutments, pilings and other shoreline structures against scour and water or ice erosion." - Wikipedia 
 
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Monument Cemetery Registry Book - Brutsche closeup
Monument Cemetery Registry Book - Brutsche closeup
Page 321, showing burial dates and ages 
 
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Monument Cemetery Registry Book - full page view
Monument Cemetery Registry Book - full page view
Page 321 
 
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Monument Cemetery Registry Book - relocation to Lawnview
Monument Cemetery Registry Book - relocation to Lawnview
Page 321, showing where the Brutschés' remains were relocated in Lawnview Cemetery, Rockledge, Pennsylvania, to Susquehanna Lawn, Section 64, Grave 51 
 
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Monument Cemetery Relocation to Lawnview Cemetery in Rockledge, Montgomery, Pennsylvania
Monument Cemetery Relocation to Lawnview Cemetery in Rockledge, Montgomery, Pennsylvania
Monument Cemetery held over 28,000 graves when the land was purchased by Temple University to create a parking lot and athletic fields. While many graves were identified and relocated intact, including some of the Brutsches and Lehmans, the remains of over 20,000 people were exhumed and buried anonymously in a mass grave at Lawnview Cemetery. Most of the headstones from Monument Cemetery were dumped as riprap for the Betsy Ross Bridge over the Delaware River, many of which can be still seen today at low tide. 
 
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Monument for Elijah Hobart
Monument for Elijah Hobart
Located in Hope Cemetery, Waterbury, Washington, Vermont
Photo courtesy Barb Destromp 
 
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Monument to William Bradford in Plymouth, Massachusetts
Monument to William Bradford in Plymouth, Massachusetts
 
 
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Mortonhouse Ship's List
Mortonhouse Ship's List
The Mortonhouse arrived in Philadelphia 23 Aug 1728, from Rotterdam last of Deal, John Coultas Commander. 
 
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Mortuary record for Samuel Lehman
Mortuary record for Samuel Lehman
From Moore Undertakers. It is unclear why Samuel's executor paid for two burial permits and two pine cases, unless one of his children died near October of 1867. 
 
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Mr. Zentmyer is not at heart a Bryan man
Mr. Zentmyer is not at heart a Bryan man
From the Columbus Journal, 24 Oct 1894
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Mrs. Strayhorn on Township Map
Mrs. Strayhorn on Township Map
Margaret Cornelius Strayhorn in northern Buffalo Township, Union County Pennsylvania in 1856 
 
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Mudbrook Cemetery
Mudbrook Cemetery
Photo courtesy Barbara Richardson Smith 
 
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Mudbrook Cemetery, Massillion, Stark County, Ohio
Mudbrook Cemetery, Massillion, Stark County, Ohio
 
 
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Muhen, Aargau, Switzerland
Muhen, Aargau, Switzerland
Your webmaster visited Muhen in November of 2018 
 
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Myrtle Bell Marlow
Myrtle Bell Marlow
 
 
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Naturalization Application, submitted 7 Nov 1831, granted 10 April 1834
Naturalization Application, submitted 7 Nov 1831, granted 10 April 1834
"Born in Germany in the Dukedom of Baden," although birth year of 1804 is in conflict with Ship's Manifest, (1802) Death Certificate, (1801) and Birth Record. (1801)
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Naturalization Petition for August Joseph O'Connor
Naturalization Petition for August Joseph O'Connor
 
 
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Nebraska Gazetteer and Business Directory, 1879-80
Nebraska Gazetteer and Business Directory, 1879-80
For Schuyler area
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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New Amsterdam in 1656
New Amsterdam in 1656
Renamed New York in 1664 
 
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New Headstone
New Headstone
 
 
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New London Presbyterian Cemetery, Chester County, Pennsylvania - Old Section
New London Presbyterian Cemetery, Chester County, Pennsylvania - Old Section
New London Presbyterian Church was founded in 1728. It is believed, albeit absent documentation, that Robert Strayhorn b.1733 and his son Samuel Strayhorn b.1769 are buried here. Samuel's sons Robert and Samuel and their wives are buried across the street in the newer section of the cemetery. The cemetery provides no comprehensive listing of persons interred here in the older section, and many headstones have either disappeared or been buried. But Robert was living nearby with his son Samuel prior to his death, and Samuel in turn lived with his son Robert in the years prior to his death.
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 

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