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Sally BURMAN Burial, Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania
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Sally BURMAN Andrus Burial

Located south of Route 6 on Robbins Hill in Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. A road crew when digging a ditch unearthed a marker, which they felt had fallen over. The marker was laid beside the ditch. No other markers found. Marker copied Sept 1983 by J. Kelsey Jones. J. Kelsey Jones and Joyce M. Tice visited the site in November 1998 and found a portion of a marker, but the marker found in 1983 was not evident.
Note from JMT: This is in the area of the early Robbins settlements. If there is a burial ground here, it may also be the burial place of several Robbins burials that can not be accounted for. Sally BURMAN married Joseph ANDRUS. Her brother Joel BURMAN married Betsey ROBBINS.
Sally wife of Joseph Andrus died Oct 24, 1855 33y 5m 26d

Published On Tri-Counties Site On 11/15/98
By Joyce M. Tice
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