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Champlin Cemetery, Westfield Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania
Joyce's Search Tip - December 2007 -
Do You Know that you can search just the 600 pages of Tioga County Cemetery Records on the site by using the Cemeteries -Tioga button in the Partitioned search engine at the bottom of the Current What's New Page? If you use that partition follow these steps to search just one cemetery
1. Choose Cemeteries - Tioga. 
2. Enter part of the cemetery name [ie Newbury or Furman] AND a surname. 
3. Choose the Find ALL Words option. Then it will find just the pages with that surname in the one cemetery you indicated. 
Name of Cemetery:    Champlin Cemetery
Read By:  Betty Cary, Faith Cary, Eleanor Hurler, & Florence Parks
Date Read:   2003
Typed By:   Florence Parks
Location:  Westfield Township - The North side of Route 49, approximately one mile east of Westfield, PA
SECTIONS 1 start along Rt. 49 and run northward to the first driveway. Rows run south to north and progress westward.
Symbols: D/o=Daughter of   W/o=Wife of C/o=Child of  b.=born  bur.=buried FHM=Funeral Home Marker
  S/o=Son of  H/o=Husband of   d.=died CHVFC=Crary Hose Volunteer Fire Company  (*) indicates that it may not be the exact burial location
 
Section 1A - Rows 1 to 7 R 8 to 12 R 13 to 25
Section 1B - Rows 1 to 11 R 12 to 17 R 18 to 25
Section 1C - Rows 5 to 12 R 13 - 24
Section 2 - R 1 to 6 R 7 to 12 R 13 to 18 R 19 to 22 R 23 to 26
Section 3 - R 1 to 5 R 6 to 10 R 11 to 15 R 16 to 20 R 21 to 25 R 26 to 29
Section 4 - R 1 to 7 R 8 to 12 R 13 to 18 R 19 to 23 R 24 to 28 R 29 to 34
Row SURNAME FIRST NAME BIRTH DATE DEATH AGE NOTES & INSCRIPTIONS INFORMATION FROM OTHER RECORDS
21 Churchill Ruth Bates 1900 1930   REBEKAH; OES  
21 Bates Lydia G. 1874 1964   His wife  
21 Bates C. Albert  1876 1932   MASONS; IOOF d. 6-29-1932; 1st name "Charles"
21 Stafford William 1876 1942      
21 Stafford Elizabeth 1881 1946      
21 McNaughton Joyce V. 1940 2002      
21 McNaughton Cora M. 1911 1999      
21 McNaughton Sidney W. 1908 1975      
21 McNaughton Vance R.   1942      
21 Howland Inez May 12-1-1868 4-6-1949   Mother  
21 Bruce Eunice P. 1891 1971      
21 Bruce Delos M. 1887 1966      
21 Sharp Melvin 1899 1951      
21 Sharp Lillian 1904 1976      
21 Jurey John A. 1886 1967      
21 Jurey Nina E. 1894 1958      
21 Burrell Harry J. 1883 1959      
21 Burrell Laura A. 1888 1978      
               
22 Welch  Ernest G. 1892 1935   ARMY WW I; MASONS  
22 Welch  William B. 1864 1955      
22 Welch  Fannie P. 1866 1932      
22 Baker Vane 1878 1957      
22 Baker Gussie 1878 1967      
22 Brownell Irene B. "Ted" 5-9-1908 1-23-1994      
22 Howland Harold E. "Jack" 6-18-1920 8-9-1941      
22 Howland J. Fay 9-18-1894 1-29-1986   WA GR ARMY WW I;James Fay Howland  
22 Howland Edna M. 1899 1992   WA GR ARMY WW I  
22 McKendrick Jerome G. 1899 1947     b.2-18-1899;d. 11-5-1947; 48y,8m,18d
22 McKendrick Amy Stott 1890 1977      
22 Burrell Raymond W. 1917        
22 Burrell G. Eloise 1921        
22 Burrell Neil Eugene 5-1-1950 5-3-1950   Funeral Home Marker  
22 Shultz Henry D. 1901 1956      
22 Shultz Leva M. 1903 1990      
22 Crotty Minnie 1874 1960   Mother  
22 Shultz Arthur W. 1892 1957   ARMY WW I  
22 Shultz Flossie A. 1898 1984      
23 Rox Hugh E. 3-3-1896 3-15-1984   Pvt Army; WW I, Masons  
23 Rox Helen M. 1904 1997      
               
23 Rox Hugh Edward, Jr. 1924 1927     d. 8-11-1927; 3y,7m,5d
23 Weeks J. Ritner 1863 1941   ARMY WW I; IOOF d.2-1-1941; 77y,2m,27d
23 Weeks Emma Abbey 1865 1946     Mid.Nm."Melinda"; b.3-25-1865; d. 3-3-1946; 80y11m3d
23 Weeks Hugh W. 1908 1989      
23 Weeks Estella 1908 1989      
23 Page John H. 6-19-1864 9-19-1942      
23 Page Ida E. 4-17-1862 10-13-1945      
23 Kilbourne Jay B. 1887 1965      
23 Kilbourne Besse E. 1887 1952      
23 Cook Veren L. 11-16-20 2-27-53   PFC 36th CAL REC 50, WW II  
23 Cook Janette M. 1916        
23 George Thomas Franke 1-28-1956 7-29-1956      
23 Easton Anna B. 1933 1989      
23 Bryington Lorana Ives 1907 1985      
23 Bryington John Henry 1906 1986      
               
24 Thompson Carylile D. 1900 1934   In front of "Rox"  
24 Thompson Bert 1867 1947      
24 Thompson Flora 1868 1948      
24 Thompson William B. 1887 1940      
24 Ryndak Joseph 1896 1939      
24 Williams Gerwin D. 1889 1969      
24 Williams Anna B. 1889 1943      
24 Butler Joan Elaine 1931 1976   Granddaughter  
24 Williams Lucretia G. 1912 1995   Dau  
24 Robinson William A. 1883 1957   tombstone not located 2003  
24 Pond Blaine W. 9-13-1926 6-25-1960   PA TEC5 306MED DET WWII  
24 Pond Clarence Nile   1949   Infant b.2-27-1949;d.4-12-1949; 38d
24 Rogers Harry W. 1879 1958      
24 Rogers Theresa J. 1882 1963      
24 Thompson Alvah E. 1902 1958      
24 Thompson Ida B. 1904 1978      
               
25 Locke Viola M. 1852 1934   His wife  
25 Locke Otis E. 1849 1936      
25 Locke Edna R. 1907 1995      
25 Locke James L. 1905 1963      
25 Locke Jesse C. 1881 1970      
25 Locke Blanche L. 1880 1941      
25 O'Lenick Paul 1881 1939      
25 O'Lenick Julia  1888 1971      
25 O'Lenick Paul J. 1945 1975      
25 O'Lenick Frank 10-10-1915 10-15-1982   PVT US Army WW II  
25 O'Lenick Andrew W. 9-17-1922 7-3-1961   PA PVT 3704 BASE UNIT AAF WW II  
25 O'Lenick John H. 1908 1980      
25 Cole Charles 1876 1947      
               
25 Cole Bertha 1885 1967      
25 Locke George B. 1871 1949      
25 Locke Belle C. 1873 1959      
25 Locke George A. 9-26-1946 9-8-1976      
25 Locke Mae A. 1910     OES Obit: b.2-17-1910; d. 2-5-04
25 Locke Frank B. 1904 1979   Mason  
25           Vacant  
Joyce Tip Box -- December 2007 -
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Published On Tri-Counties Site On 04/27/2004
By Joyce M. Tice
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