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Buffalo Crossroads Presbyterian Church and Cemetery
Buffalo Crossroads Presbyterian Church and Cemetery
The Buffalo Presbyterian Church, organized in 1773, was the first church established in Buffalo Valley, only five years after the territory was opened to settlement. Scots-Irish Presbyterians first met in the countryside where the Old Buffalo Church would later be built. In 1784, Edward and Joseph Shippen gave 5 acres to the Presbyterian congregation on which to build a meetinghouse and cemetery, at what is now the intersection of Buffalo Road and Meeting House Lane. The first meetinghouse was a log structure, which was replaced by a stone church in 1816. This stone church stood at the northwest corner of the cemetery grounds. In 1846 the present Greek Revival brick structure was constructed, necessitated by the early deterioration of the stone church when its foundation became unsound.
 
 
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Burial Record at Monument Cemetery
Burial Record at Monument Cemetery
 
 
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Burial Record for Carolina Jeanette Brutsche
Burial Record for Carolina Jeanette Brutsche
Died of 'Dropsy of the Brain,' known as Edema today 
 
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Burial record for Catharina Tr÷ndle Brudsche in the Dogern Katholisch Totenbuch
Burial record for Catharina Tr÷ndle Brudsche in the Dogern Katholisch Totenbuch
Buried Catharina Brutschin, maiden name Tr÷ndle, 72 years old, widow. Witnesses: Joseph Merk, Peter Merk citizens of Dogern 
 
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Burial record for Conrad Brudsche in Dogern Katholisch Totenbuch
Burial record for Conrad Brudsche in Dogern Katholisch Totenbuch
Conrad Brudsche, 86 yrs old, of senility, sick for 9 mos, didnĺt call doctor 
 
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Burial Record for George Brutsche
Burial Record for George Brutsche
In Monument Cemetery, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
 
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Burial Record for Infant Brutsche
Burial Record for Infant Brutsche
In Monument Cemetery, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
 
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Burial record for Johannes Brudsche in the Dogern Katholisch Totenbuch
Burial record for Johannes Brudsche in the Dogern Katholisch Totenbuch
Burial ľ Johannes Brudsche, 72 yrs old, citizen & master butcher, Witnesses: Joseph Probst, Clemens Strittmatter 
 
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Burial Record for Samuel and Ellen McGill Strayhorn
Burial Record for Samuel and Ellen McGill Strayhorn
West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, Montgomery, Pennsylvania - Plot Rockland 310
They were buried on the same day, as Ellen's remains were relocated from Mt. Moriah Cemetery where she had been buried in 1894. 
 
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Burial Record for Samuel James Strayhorn
Burial Record for Samuel James Strayhorn
At the West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.
Record indicates he had been living in Baltimore, Maryland. 
 
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Burial Record for Thomas Wallace
Burial Record for Thomas Wallace
In Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
 
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Burials on Find-A-Grave
Burials on Find-A-Grave
Roscoe Cemetery, St. Clair County, Missouri 
 
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Business Directory, New Haven 1941
Business Directory, New Haven 1941
Listing both Kenneth L. Brereton and his wife Eleanor 
 
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Callie Zentmyer
Callie Zentmyer
 
 
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Campaign Poster for William McKinley and Garret Hobart, 1896
Campaign Poster for William McKinley and Garret Hobart, 1896
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Carleton L. Santmier
Carleton L. Santmier
 
 
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Caroline Sigafoos
Caroline Sigafoos
Photo courtesy Donna Hancock 
 
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Caroline Sigafoos Limbocker
Caroline Sigafoos Limbocker
In the East Hill Cemetery, Erie, Neosho, Kansas 
 
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Carrie Adell Strahorn
Carrie Adell Strahorn
 
 
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Carrie's inscription to Mrs. Underwood 28 Jul 1914 at Old Faithful Inn
Carrie's inscription to Mrs. Underwood 28 Jul 1914 at Old Faithful Inn
From the Zentmyer Collection. This image is from our copy of Fifteen Thousand Miles by Stage. The inscription was surely addressed to the newly-married Mary Elizabeth Smith Underwood, wife of architect Gilbert Stanly Underwood, who in addition designing many of the Grand Lodges of the National Parks, worked extensively with both the Union Pacific and the Oregon Short Line Railroads.  
 
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Catherine Heidenrich Strahorn Headstone
Catherine Heidenrich Strahorn Headstone
In Monmouth Cemetery, Monmouth, Warren County, Illinois. 
 
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Catherine Lehman Faraday's Death Certificate
Catherine Lehman Faraday's Death Certificate
Confirms her mother's maiden name 
 
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Catherine Stutenroth Headstone
Catherine Stutenroth Headstone
I guess after 35 years, Benjamin was long forgotten 
 
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Cemetery View
Cemetery View
At Buffalo Crossroads Presbyterian Cemetery, Union County, Pennsylvania
Photo courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Certificate of Death - 1923
Certificate of Death - 1923
Patton State Hospital was a mental health facility 
 
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Charle Elmore Cosby 'died at sea'
Charle Elmore Cosby 'died at sea'
From a Sons of the American Revolution application by his grandson Richard Sheridan Cosby dated 7 Aug 1947. 
 
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Charles Clarence Hobart
Charles Clarence Hobart
 
 
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Christopher in the 1800 US Census as 'Christopher Zantmire'
Christopher in the 1800 US Census as 'Christopher Zantmire'
In Washington Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania 
 
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Christopher in the 1810 US Census as 'Christopher Santmire'
Christopher in the 1810 US Census as 'Christopher Santmire'
In Washington Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania 
 
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Christopher in the 1820 US Census as 'Christopher Sentmyer'
Christopher in the 1820 US Census as 'Christopher Sentmyer'
In Washington Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania 
 
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Christopher in the 1830 US Census, as 'Christopher Zentmire'
Christopher in the 1830 US Census, as 'Christopher Zentmire'
In Washington Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania 
 
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Christopher Santmyer Ledger
Christopher Santmyer Ledger
from Amos Updike's store in Browntown, Virginia 
 
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Christopher's Farm, Cumberland Twp., York Co., Pennsylvania
Christopher's Farm, Cumberland Twp., York Co., Pennsylvania
Christopher purchased and farmed this land, about 260 acres in present-day Arendtsville, Franklin Twp., Adams Co. for approximately a decade between 1779 and 1789. He and Jacob Arendt donated the parcel at the lower left in 1781 to the Lutheran and Reformed Churches for the purpose of a church, school, and cemetery. The farm was sold to Jacob Arendt, founder of Arendtsville, at a Sheriff's Sale (foreclosure) in 1789.
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Christopher's Farm, Washington Twp., Franklin Co., Pennsylvania
Christopher's Farm, Washington Twp., Franklin Co., Pennsylvania
This view shows Christopher's original holdings between Rouzerville and Penmar Pennsylvania, which were foreclosed on and sold off over the years after his death in 1834. A small farm containing the house and cemetery still exists, it is owned (year 2007) by Robert Mong. It is leased out, so do not try and enter the farm without Robert's permission in advance.
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Christopher's House
Christopher's House
Located on a farm past the end of Blue Mountain Rd., Rouzerville, Pennsylvania. Your webmaster and his sister are pictured. Farm currently owned (2007) by Robert Mong.
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Church at Dentlein am Forst
Church at Dentlein am Forst
Photo courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Church in Haundorf
Church in Haundorf
Photo courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Church in Unterampfrach
Church in Unterampfrach
Sebastian - St. Veit Church in Unterampfrach
Photo courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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City of Downey Annual Report for 1960
City of Downey Annual Report for 1960
Featuring Executive Secretary Betty Robison and her family
From the Zentmyer Collection 
 
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Claremont in Colorado Springs, Colorado
Claremont in Colorado Springs, Colorado
Built by Charles and Virginia Hobart Baldwin in 1907. 
 
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Clarence Charles Hobart
Clarence Charles Hobart
 
 
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Class of 1882 Harvard University status report
Class of 1882 Harvard University status report
For the year 1900 
 
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Close up of Headstone
Close up of Headstone
At the Green Mound Cemetery, Henry County, Iowa
Photo courtesy of Mo (Baxter) & Dave Gates 
 
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Close up view of headstone
Close up view of headstone
In Oak Wood Cemetery, Ackley, Franklin, Iowa 
 
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Close-up of crypt for John Calvin Strahorn
Close-up of crypt for John Calvin Strahorn
Great Mausoleum, Dahlia Terrace, Sanctuary of Faith #3407
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Closeup of Headstone
Closeup of Headstone
In the Union Church Cemetery, Hartleton, Union, Pennsylvania
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Coat of Arms for Dogern
Coat of Arms for Dogern
 
 
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Congressional Medal of Honor - Front Side
Congressional Medal of Honor - Front Side
Although this medal was awarded on December 31, 1864, it never found its way to Henry BrutschÚ. In 1957, the U.S. Navy's Bureau of Personnel deemed it an unclaimed medal and transferred it to the Curator Branch of Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC). 
 
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Congressional Medal of Honor - Reverse Side
Congressional Medal of Honor - Reverse Side
Personal Valor
Henry Brutsche
Landsman
U.S.S. Tacony
Capture of Plymouth, N.C.
October 31, 1864
 
 
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Copenhagen Pioneer Cemetery
Copenhagen Pioneer Cemetery
Located in DuPage County, Illinois
Photo courtesy Timothy Ory 
 

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