Bradford County PA
Chemung County NY
Tioga County PA
Tri-Counties Genealogy & History by Joyce M. Tice
Lawrenceville Cemetery, Lawrenceville Borough, Tioga County, Pennsylvania
Tri-Counties Genealogy & History Sites
How To Use This Site
Warning & Disclaimer
Lawrence Township & Lawrenceville Borough Page
No Commercial Use
Say Hello to  Joyce 
Photo 
by Joyce M. Tice 
Return to Main Page of Lawrenceville Cemetery List

 

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. 
DATE READ Summer of 2002
READ BY: M. Lucille Stage and granddaughters Casey, Justine and Jennifer Stage
Typed by: Louise E. Fowler and granddaughter Amanda Fowler and Pat SMITH Raymond
Location: West of Town of Lawrenceville on Route 49
Comments: Cemetery is well cared for.Cemetery is "full" but there is much open space due to unmarked graves and fallen stones. Many military flag holders are on the wrong graves. Records were lost in one of the many floods to hit Lawrenceville before the Cowanesque Dam was built.
Veteran's List: At end of reading may be incomplete
*By surname indicates name on previous reading by Rhoda ENGLISH Ladd and her group in about 1970.
Section A 01 02 Section C 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
Section B 01 02 03 Section D 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08
Section E 01 Veterans 01
SURNAME FIRST MIDDLE BIRTH DATE DEATH DATE INSCRIPTIONS and other info
ROW 15          
DYE E. W. 1872 1960 ODD FELLOW Symbol
WEAVER Pansy M 1918 1993 GRAM Shared stone
  Albert M 1910 1985 PAP-PAP Masonic emblem between dates
WEAVER Ronald C 1942 1950 SON
HORTON Isabella A 1913 1954  
HORTON Jesse J 1909 1983 Bronze U.S. ARMY WORLD WAR ll marker
BROCKWAY Henry Sr. 1887 1972 Like stones
BROCKWAY Anna FREY 1886 1966 Like stones
MAYO Ross   1882 1966 Shared stone
  Jesse   1884 1953  
BROWN Clara E 1881 1957 Shared stone
  Earl J 1880 1961 Military flag marker WORLD WAR US 1917-1918
BROWN Cora E 1912 1989 All " Brown" stones are alike
  Stanley W. 1905 1987  
WOOD Ilba June Brackley 1932   Five pointed star between dates
BRACKLEY David A 1955 1987 AT REST Son of J.E. & ILBA Brackley-Shared stone
BRACKLEY Richard W   1953 Son of J.E.& ILBA BRACKLEY
LOSEY Marcene L. 1895 1961 Open Book OUR FATHER WHO
  Cecil S 1897 1969 ART IN HEAVEN Shared stone
LOSEY Roland D 1924   Shared stone Masonic emblem
  Jean M 1926   Methodist cross and flame on stone
DOUD Hobart R 1894 1970 Military Flag marker WORLD WAR 
  Amy E 1897 1974 1917-1918 Shared stone
          Bronze plaque at foot of above grave
DOUD Hobart R AUG 26 1894 JAN 25 1970 NEW YORK Private US Army WW I
STERMER Helen A 1895 1958 Shared stone
  C Earl 1890 1978  
  Mary *     Nov 1 1882  w/o James KANE -Stone flat on ground & broken
MYERS Abram *   June 24 1815 Oct 20 1885 The Path of Sorrow and that Path Alone Leads to the Lord Where sorrow is Unknown
  Elizabeth *   Dec 27 1814 No date Stone is flat on ground
MEYERS Albert    Aug 10 1878 s/o Abram & Julia MEYERS - Stone flat on ground
HARRINGTON Edgar *     Dec 1 1872 Stone is flat on ground
XXXX         Separate stone for Shoemaker - MOTHER
SHOEMAKER Sylvester *   Jan 7 1829  June15 1889 CO. H. 189 REG N Y Y
  Eunice * B Aug 16 1836 Aug 3 1910 His Wife Shared stone
  Katie     Nov 28 1872 Dau of S.& E.B. SHOEMAKER
  Adabel     May 7 1892 Dau of S & E.B. SHOEMAKER
BAILEY James     Aug 11 18 -- s/o James & Maria BAILEY - Stone flat on ground
CARR James     Apr 1 1818 Son of Charles & Ann CARR
BAILEY Eugene * W   Mar 18 1859 s/o James & Maria BAILEY - Stone flat on ground
BAILEY Edgar C   June 1856 Son of J & M BAILEY
  Normand     Apr 1 1867 Son of Al----Stone is badly eroded all that can be read-Flat on ground
ROOK Dannie     Apr 30 1882  Son of A & Esther ROOK - Verse on other side
BROCKWAY Andrew * N 1858 1921 Shared stone
  Ester *   1861 19 --  His Wife
ROW 16          
DEATS Omer M 1909 1994  
DEATS Diantha   1885 1970 Shared stone
  John   1882 1965  
DEATS Norman C 1912 1965  
BERRY Donald A Jr.   May 5 1958 Only date on stone
RICE Sarah M 1886 1966  
MOSHER Lawrence E 6-23-1915 5-24-1985 U.S. ARMY 41-45 (Between names)
  Mildred   3-26-1917 12-31-1994 Military flag marker U.S.ARMY 1941-1945
SLY Linda May 1950 1974  
SLY William  John   May 11 1966 Shared stone
SLY Kristy Lee   July 2 1967 SLY Infants
KREBS Robert C 1934 1953 Military flag marker Korea US 1950-1955
SNYDER Charles R 1933 1999 Shared stone
  Lona K 1936 -----  
KREBS Ruth M 1914 1995 Shared stone
  Charles H 1910 1968  
KREBS Bessie M 1879 1960 Shared stone
  Andrew J 1875 1960  
BROCKWAY Cora BELL 1870 1935  
BROCKWAY F. B.     Only info on stone
XXXX         Stone in this space blank may be upside down
JORDAN Sarah     Feb 2 1859 d/o George & Mary Jordan - Stone flat on ground
SIMMONS Moria *     July 28 1860 Wife of John Simmons
HARROWER Antoinette *     May 1 1855 Wife of Gabriel T. Harrower - Stone flat on ground
HARROWER Susan *     Apr 20 1846 Wife of Gabriel T. Harrower - Stone flat on ground
HARROWER Elizabeth *     May 9 1848 Wife of Gabriel T. Harrower - Stone flat on ground
HARROWER Col.       161 NY INF Military stone - Stone flat on ground
HARROWER Gabriel * Col. 1816 1895 Military flag marker GAR 1861-1865 - Shared stone
PARKHURST Helen *   1837 1911 His Wife
ROW 17          
PLUMLEY Alice L 1917 1975 MOM
PLUMLEY Harlon S 1914 1973 DAD
PLUMLEY Hazel J 1895 1952 Shared stone
  William A 1883 1962  
PORTER Artley A OCT 26 1909 DEC 10 1952 NY PFC AT CO 194 Glider INF-WW II BSM - Military flag & marker
PORTER Ruth BROCKWAY 1918 1999  
REEP Carrie L 1878 1972 MOTHER
REEP John H. Sr 1874 1964 FATHER
REEP Walter C 1913 1929 Son of A.J.& Carrie REEP
R. A. J     A.J.R. Small stone -only thing on it
TOWNSEND William   1859 1936  
MILES Patience E 1866 1951  
BURGETT         Family
BURGETT Betsey E   Mar 6 1866 Wife of John BURGETT - Stone flat on ground
MILLER Charley     Aug 18 1802 s/o James & Charlotte MILLER - Stone flat on ground
WALES Clarra O   June 17 1863 d/o Asa & Julia WALES - Stone flat on ground
ALLINGTON Abraham *     Mar 3 1862 s/o Isaac & Julia ALLINGTON - Stone flat on ground
ALLINGTON Edgar * B   Sept 19 1866  s/o Isaac & Lucy ALLINGTON - Stone flat on ground
ALLINGTON         MONUMENT
Side 1          
ALLINGTON Isaac *   June 4 1798 June 18 1873  
  Julia *   Jul 25 1800  Oct 7 1877 ALLINGTON on base
Side 2          
ALLINGTON Lucy  Ann   Aug 24 1877 Wife of Isaac ALLINGTON Jr
HARRISON Hattie L.   Nov 11 1880 Dau of J.M. & L.M.HARRISON
HARRISON James *   Nov 16 1844 Dec 31 1889  
ROW 18          
BRENNAN Celia 1883 1967 Shared stone
  Fred   1875 1955  
PERRY        MONUMENT Footstones in Row 19
BOSTWICK       MONUMENT Footstones in Row 19
FARLEY Joseph E 1901 1977 Shared stone
  Maud N 1899 1996  
REEP Wayne A Aug 30 1918 Mar 23 1992  BACK: Wayne A. Reep US ARMY WW II - Aug. 30.1918--Mar.23.1992
  Eileen H. 1928 No date
GOODELL Abner       Military stone - CO A 1st PA RIFLES
ROW 19          
          Following 4 stones are alike - Footstones for PERRY--Bostwick
PERRY Leonard A. Aug 6 1909 Fed 22 1968 U.S. NAVY W.W.ll -Military Flag marker 1941-1945
BOSTWICK Retta E Dec 12 1907 Jan 7 1994 Wife of Leonard A PERRY
BOSTWICK John   Dec 13 1877 Aug 4 1954  
WATSON Nora T April 28 1884 Jan 14 1964 Wife of John BOSTWICK
HORTON James F Jan 4 1856 Dec 5 1894 HUSBAND
MOSIER Fred K     CO.F. 161st N.Y.INF - Stone flat on ground
MOSHIER Frederick     July 26 1861 Son of F.& Elizabeth MOSHIER
GOODELL Abner     Sept 20 1862  s/o Charles & Caroline GOODELL - Stone flat on ground
GOODELL Charles * C Oct 13 1833 Oct 8 1886  
GOODELL C C     CO 1 86th N.Y. INF Military Stone - Stone flat on ground
GOODELL Chas *   1833 1886 CO 1 86th N.Y.INF Military Stone
          There are 2 of these flat on ground
TILLINGHAST Jno       CO. D. 16 PA CAV - Military stone flat on ground
TILLINGHAST John *   Jan 28 1820 No date Shared stone
  Margaret *   Jul 11 1820 Aug 5 1884  
ROW 20          
  George A   Jan 30 1872 Son of David & E.M. PARKER - Stone is next to road near Goodell and Mosier
There is so much on this monument. A / will be placed at the end of each line of engraving to save space
REV ELIJA DAY WELLS/
He was ordained in the Gospel Ministry by Pres---of NJ in 1823 His/ first charge was at New Rochelle NY in 1831 He organized the first Pres Ch./ in Tioga Co. Pa and installed its pastor/at the dedication serviceof/  the present house of worship which he/indowed most zealously to secure and/ where he preached Christ and/(can't read) Crucified  with unloving devotion/until he fell asleep under the light/ of the Saviour counts(can't read)/ with joy unspeakableand/ full of Glory

ELIZABETH HUDSON/ The Happy Wife of/RVE ELIJA DAY WELLS For 60 years/ Born Mar 20 1797/ at Mendham N.J. and was / Born of the spirit Mar 16 1816 taking / God for her father and Best Friend / through life and with humble  / submission to his soverinity will / enjoy that peace that the /world knows not of
even / in the name ender Heaven / whereby sinners can be saved  / She entered through the  / gates of the New Jerusalem  /  Sept 9 1886           WELLs at bottom of this side

OUR FATHER / JOHN HUDSON / Ruling Elder of the Pres Ch. / Mendham N.J. /--?--was a faithful servant of the Lord Jesus / Died at the age of 42 years leav / ing us his last testimony I have served / the Lord pourly But I have served / him honestly/intered at Mendham N.J.

OUR MOTHER / MARY HAYWARD /widow of John Hudson /--?--of a quiet and lovely spirit / --?--the Lord using most of--?--/ the --?-- for missionary pur/ poses She entered into rest Nov 18 1857 / aged 83 years / there remainth at rest / for HIS people of God

CHARLES S. NEWCOMB
Died June 25 1885 / Eminent for liberality He lived to the / Good especially to the household  / His faith in the Lord Jesus Christ / to such the King will say Come / Be Blessed of my Father inherit the / Kingdom prepared for you / Intered at Cato N.Y.

HANNAH HUDSON /Wife of Elias Riggs Fairchild D.D. / of Phila Pa / was called from a circle of loving / friends into the Presence of Her / Reddemer at the age of 25 years/ She possessed Rare intregrity and / profound piety / Blessed are the pure in heart /for they shall see God / Intered at Mendham N.J.

Affectionally  Describably Rev E.D.Wells / To the memory of his father / Abija Wells / who died at Goshen N.Y. Feb 1  1821 Aged 68 years  / Gravity simplicity disinterested this / evolence and humbly piety were his / distinquishing   characteristics in / which he trusted not for acceptance / with God  But only in the righteous/ and merits of the / Lord Jesus Christ / intered at Goshen N.Y.

HARRIET NEWELL WELLS / Daughter of Rev James T. & Nancy Larkin WELLS  / Born June 19 1822 at Cin O. / Sympathy for the poor and aged / was one of the many beautiful/ char / acteristics that endeared her to us / She devoted  to them the best years / of her life. Her most prominent work / was that of Hie-?-s school and miss / ionary labors which were abound / antly Blessed of God ; visiting from /  house to house she unselfishly / cared for the afflicted winning / souls for the Master; patient in sor/row and betraying no trust encumbered/upon her turn many to righteous/ that they may shall shine up the stars forever / and ever / Died Mar 5,1898.

This is all on one monument. The spelling is as it is on the monument.  --?-- means unreadable word

Published On Tri-Counties Site On 02/14/2004
By Joyce M. Tice
Return to Main Page of Lawrenceville Cemetery List