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1451
Obituary for Richard B. Zentmeyer
Obituary for Richard B. Zentmeyer
 
 
1452
Obituary for Robert Anderson Zentmyer
Obituary for Robert Anderson Zentmyer
From Monday, 26 Feb 1923, in the Tyrone Daily Herald 
 
1453
Obituary for Robert E. Strahorn
In the Spokesman-Review, Spokane
Obituary for Robert E. Strahorn In the Spokesman-Review, Spokane
The writer was unaware of Arthur Thomas Strahorn's living sister, Mary Strahorn, our grandmother. 
 
1454
Obituary for Rosa Hatfield Zentmeyer
Obituary for Rosa Hatfield Zentmeyer
 
 
1455
Obituary for Ruby Garland Strahorn
Obituary for Ruby Garland Strahorn
In the Medford (Oregon) Mail Tribune 
 
1456
Obituary for Samuel Albert Zentmyer
Obituary for Samuel Albert Zentmyer
 
 
1457
Obituary for Sylvester Zentmeyer
Obituary for Sylvester Zentmeyer
 
 
1458
Obituary for Vinton Zentmeyer
Obituary for Vinton Zentmeyer
 
 
1459
Obituary for William L. Zentmyer
Obituary for William L. Zentmyer
 
 
1460
Old Headstone
Old Headstone
 
 
1461
Old Ship Church
Old Ship Church
Image from the late 1800s by photographer Edwin N. Peabody 
 
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Old Ship Church, Hingham, Massachusetts
Old Ship Church, Hingham, Massachusetts
This is the only surviving 17th-century Puritan meetinghouse, and it is the oldest church which has been continuously used for worship in North America. The most distinctive feature of the building is its roof structure, which resembles a ship, which likely resulted in the name of the church. The structure has sometimes been identified as hammerbeam roof, which it is not. 
 
1463
Old Ship Church, Hingham, Massachusetts
Old Ship Church, Hingham, Massachusetts
We visited Old Ship Church in December of 2018. 
 
1464
Old Stone Church Cemetery, Green Spring, Frederick Co., Virginia
Old Stone Church Cemetery, Green Spring, Frederick Co., Virginia
 
 
1465
Original Headstone at Mudbrook Cemetery
Original Headstone at Mudbrook Cemetery
Photo courtesy Barbara Richardson Smith 
 
1466
Pack Trip, Eastern Sierra, 1933
Pack Trip, Eastern Sierra, 1933
From the Zentmyer Collection. Family lore says George took his sons John and George Jr. on a pack trip in the Eastern Sierras after their High School graduations. This image is consistent with this story, and shows John and his father George, with George Jr. being the likely photographer. This is probably the start of the trip, as there are corrals and gear visible.
 
 
1467
Pardoned by Gov. Thomas Mifflin
Pardoned by Gov. Thomas Mifflin
Christopher was fined 10 pounds in 1795 for operating a Tippling House, essentially an unlicensed drinking establishment. At this time, Christopher was living on his farm in present-day Rouzerville, which was a scant 1/8 mile off the Great Wagon Road. Who can blame him for seizing the opportunity . . . maybe the Governor was a customer!
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
1468
Partial Ships List from the Bannister
Partial Ships List from the Bannister
The Bannister arrived in Philadelphia on 21 Oct 1754, from Amsterdam last of Cowes, John Doyle Captain. It appears Strassburger and Hinke misread the "i" in Johannes' signature.  
 
1469
Passenger List from the Europa
Passenger List from the Europa
The Europa docked in Philadelphia on 20 Nov 1741
List from Strassburger and Hinke's Pennsylvania German Pioneers 
 
1470
Passport Application for Nayan De Cillo
Passport Application for Nayan De Cillo
Dated 9 Jan 1918 in El Paso, Texas
Carlos Enrique De Cillo born in South English, Keokuk, Iowa, same as Charles Cosby 
 
1471
Passport for Ruby Garland issued 1923
Passport for Ruby Garland issued 1923
For travel to Japan, Hong Kong, China 
 
1472
Passport Photo for Cora Hobart De Cillo and her daughter Ruth
Passport Photo for Cora Hobart De Cillo and her daughter Ruth
From a passport application dated 9 Jan 1918 
 
1473
Patent Medicine Salesman circa 1900
Patent Medicine Salesman circa 1900
This photo shows the type of wagon Jacob would have employed as a representative of Bloomer's Home Products.
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
1474
Paul Marlow
Paul Marlow
 
 
1475
Pennsylvania Gazette Notice, 9 Jan 1782.
Pennsylvania Gazette Notice, 9 Jan 1782.
This Notice in the Pennsylvania Gazette and Weekly Advertiser, York County, warns potential purchasers of his bonds that he does not intend to honor them until he obtains clear title to the land.
Image by Gary Zentmyer  
 
1476
Pennsylvania Herald and York General Advertiser, 12 Sep 1792
Pennsylvania Herald and York General Advertiser, 12 Sep 1792
This newspaper records the Notice of Tax Sale for Bernhard's farm just north of Arendtsville, Pennsylvania. Since he was apparently living with his son Jacob Santmyer shortly thereafter, it is presumed the sale went forward as scheduled.
Image by Gary Zentmyer  
 
1477
Pennsylvania Log House similar to Bernhards's
Pennsylvania Log House similar to Bernhards's
From what we can tell, this is what Bernhard's original house would look like under the siding.
Photo by Gary Zentmyer  
 
1478
Penryn Cemetery Sign
Penryn Cemetery Sign
Cemetery is adjacent to St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 1258 Newport Rd, Penryn, Pennsylvania 17564
Photo by Gary Zentmyer 
 
1479
Peter Leath Zentmeyer
Peter Leath Zentmeyer
Peter Leath Zentmeyer with sons John Edwin, Peter Leath and Willie Penn, and Hattie Penn Zentmeyer 
 
1480
Petition for Naturalization
Petition for Naturalization
For Zourab Tchkotoua Saberiski, 12 Aug 1937 
 
1481
Petition to administer the estate of Martin Emmert
Petition to administer the estate of Martin Emmert
Martin died in Bethel Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania intestate, that is, without a will. 
 
1482
Philadelphia Inquirer 1 Oct 1834
Philadelphia Inquirer 1 Oct 1834
 
 
1483
Philadelphia Inquirer 8 Mar 1844
Philadelphia Inquirer 8 Mar 1844
 
 
1484
Phoenix City Directory 1920
Phoenix City Directory 1920
Wandyne DeCillo a student at Tempe Normal School 
 
1485
Photo from Zentmyer, Pennsylvania
Photo from Zentmyer, Pennsylvania
David Andrew Zentmyer was appointed Postmaster of Zentmyer, Pennsylvania on 21 Sep 1898. The post ofice closed on 21 Sep 1901. 
 
1486
Photo of Elizabeth Picken
Photo of Elizabeth Picken
 
 
1487
Photo of Garret Augustus Hobart
Photo of Garret Augustus Hobart
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
1488
Photo of John Hockley Zentmyer
Photo of John Hockley Zentmyer
 
 
1489
Photo of John Walker Hancock Sr.
Photo of John Walker Hancock Sr.
Photo courtesy Donna Hancock 
 
1490
Photo of Julia Dexter Strahorn c.1940
Photo of Julia Dexter Strahorn c.1940
Photo from the archives of the Baltimore Sun 
 
1491
Photo of Laura Augusta Harrison
Photo of Laura Augusta Harrison
Photo courtesy Heather Grace 
 
1492
Photo of Mabel Limbocker
Photo of Mabel Limbocker
Photo courtesy Donna Hancock 
 
1493
Photo of Madge Limbocker
Photo of Madge Limbocker
Photo courtesy Donna Hancock 
 
1494
Photo of Sidney Little Hobart
Photo of Sidney Little Hobart
From the Zentmyer Collection.  
 
1495
Plaque at Buffalo Church
Plaque at Buffalo Church
In the Buffalo Crossroads Presbyterian Cemetery
Photo courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
1496
Plaque at Copenhagen Cemetery
Plaque at Copenhagen Cemetery
Photo courtesy Timothy Ory 
 
1497
Plaque commemorating Old Ship Church
Plaque commemorating Old Ship Church
On the south side of Main St., next to the church. 
 
1498
Plaque commemorating the arrival of Peter Hobart and his party in September 1635.
Plaque commemorating the arrival of Peter Hobart and his party in September 1635.
Located at the corner of Ship St. and North St., Hingham. Peter Hobart had arrived in Boston earlier that year from Hingham, England and initially stayed in Charleston, a part of Boston. 
 
1499
Plaque Honoring War Dead - Lititz, Pennsylvania
Plaque Honoring War Dead - Lititz, Pennsylvania
Located in Lititz Springs Park, N. Broad Street, Lititiz Pennsylvania. Plaque does not match 'Zentmeyer' spelling on Benjamin's headstone. Phoro courtesy Kim Zentmeyer Carmody. 
 
1500
Plat Map of Bernhard's Farm in Warwick Township
Plat Map of Bernhard's Farm in Warwick Township
The farm was 'Patented' from Daniel Snider on 20 August 1766, which means that was when Bernhard came into title. It is likely however, that he worked the farm as early as 1754, when the birth of Görg was recorded at the White Oak Church there.
Photo by Gary Zentmyer 
 

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