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Photos of Merryall Cemetery by Joyce M. Tice October 16, 1999
See Merryall Cemetery Obituary Page and Merryall Cemetery Record Book
|Subj: Re: some names for merryall cemetery
Date: 11/18/99 9:49:25 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: email@example.com (robin59)
Please do go ahead and flag Merryall for me. I have family in
Subj: partial listing Merryall
Date: 2/8/2003 4:33:23 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Robin Bushnell)
Joyce, here is a partial listing of Merryall Cemetery, Bradford County Pa.
William Camp April 7, 1788 to May 25, 1871
Walter S. Camp October 26, 1865 age 28y 4m
Jedida Camp September 23, 1786 to October 4, 1845
Job Camp January 11, 1822 Rev. War Marker and flag next to stone.
Next to Job is an unreadable stone.
Horace W. Camp January 23, 1844 age 25y 2m
On Tall Stone;
Isreal Camp Jr. July 1, 1812 age 70y
Lieut. W.J. Camp August 4, 1864 age 30y Son of Isreal
Isreal Camp December 27, 1866
Mercy April 16, 1880 His wife.
Catherine Camp January 31, 1849 age 31y 2m 11d
On Same Stone;
Mary A. Hillard Cmap 1823 - 1868 wife of William Camp Sr.
William Camp Sr.
1809 - 1893
Mary Ann Unreadable
D. Dwight Chaffee October 21, 1819 to January 3, 1889
Eliza D. Camp
July 30, 1826
to September 17, 1913
wife of D.Dwight Chaffee
2 small stones behind them one says mother the other father.
Main stone CAMP
1874 - 1903
Mary R. 1866 - 1907
Mary E. 1903 - 1904
in the front of the main stone are 2 small stones reading Wayne D. and the other reads Mary E.
Back side of this same stone;
Loomis Beebe Camp
October 27, 1826 to May 5, 1895
Marinda Stevens August 18, 1838 to September 2, 1890
wife of L. B. Camp
Edward Charles Camp May 18, 1872 to August 8, 1892
son of L.B. and M.S. Camp
4 small stones in front reading;
All Together In Same Area With Separate Stones;
Amanda Camp Fuller 1849 - 1903
Edgar S. Fuller 1845 - 1927
Emilie Stone Fuller 1888 - 1973
Almon H. Fuller 1871 - 1961
Mary Cook Fuller 1879 - 1944
John Allen Fuller
1918 - 1938
December 12, 1873
Sally his wife July 27, 1849
October 25, 1821 to March 31, 1905
wife of Almon Fuller
November 10, 1816 to May 21, 1881
behind this stone are 2 small ones reading
Mother and Father
Robin Bushnell Pettit
I made an extra photo copy of the Merryall Cemetery Burial records; which I will get to you this coming spring. We are Florida snow-birds; so it will have to wait until we get back home in April or May. These records are fairly complete. Although; some in the very beginning may have used the cemetery and they may not have been recorded. I have also found where ashes have been buried by families and monuments later erected that were never recorded.
Merryall Cemetery is seldom used today. Most of the families that did use the cemetery now use the Camptown Cemetery. The Merryall Cemetery Assn. has not met in 20 years or so and outside of me the directors are all dead. I take care of its business which is mainly getting someone to mow it.
The Ballibay Cemetery that is near the middle of our farm does not have burial records. All that remains are a list of plot owners and a map. I also have the original association minutes and deed. The last meeting of the association was held in the early 1950s. All of the board members are long dead. The Township of Herrick takes excellent care of the cemetery. The association ran out of money years ago. The last burial was in 1953. Many of the families that used the Ballibay Cemetery now use the Camptown Cemetery. I believe that I have a copy of the map which I shall also send to you I might add that the Township also takes care of a small cemetery in the center of Herrickville and another in what they call South Herrick. There was a church, long gone, at the South Herrick site.
There are four other cemeteries that I am aware of in Herrick Twp. They are the Durand Cemetery, private, Overpeck Cemetery, private, The Catholic Cemetery in Mercur, and the East Herrick Cemetery, still being used.