Sebring Cemetery, Liberty Township, Tioga County Pennsylvania
Reading a series of obituaries from a single cemetery, as they are presented here, is like reading the multi-generational history of a community. These people were the local populace at a particular time. The people buried here knew each other, were neighbors, relatives and school mates. They attended church together and engaged in "trade" or business. All people are listed in alphabetic order by surname at BIRTH. Women identified by a married alias only and for whom a birth surname can not be identified, are listed on the last page for the cemetery's obituaries.
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Anthony, Minnie - Mrs Lewis Pequignot
Mrs Minnie Mae Pequignot, wife of Lewis Pequignot, died at her home in Liberty Township , March 14, at the age of 39 years. She is survived by three sons, Melvin, Deloy, and Lewis Jr. three brothers; Houghston Anthony , of Butler, Ross Anthony , of Morris Run, Ernest Anthony, of New Kingston, five sisters; Mrs Irvin Lewis, Mrs Robert Martz, Mrs I.S. Irwin, of Blairsville, Mrs Stephen Barto, Mrs Ralph Mulf, of Altoona. Thank You, Diana Pequignot (Pequignot Minnie mother ,1894 ,1933)
EADES – On February 28th Mrs. Sarah HUGHES, of Liberty, died at her daughter’s residence in Blossburg, aged over eighty years. Mrs. HUGHES and her husband were natives of England and came to Liberty over forty years ago. Mrs. HUGHES had been one of the most industrious, honest and hardworking women to be found in our township. She leaves several married sons and daughters to mourn the loss of a kind and indulgent mother. The Wellsboro Gazette, Mar. 15th, 1887, page 2.
HEYLER - William A. Heyler, 57, of Blossburg, was found dead in the bathroom of his home last Thursday, by his wife. A physician said death was due to a heart attack. Mr. Heyler was born in Sebring, and had resided in Tioga county all his life. He came to Blossburg 20 years ago and after operating as a carpenter for some years, opened a feed store. In later years he worked as a miner. He had been at work last Wednesday. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Nellie Heyler; two sisters, Mrs. A. B. Mosher, Pine City, and Mrs. Nettie Mase, Elmira. Prayer services were conducted Sunday at the home, followed by further services at the Spring church with Rev. D. W. Stock, W. Milton, pastor, officiating; interment was in Sebring cemetery. [Wellsboro Agitator 28 NOV 1940]
HUGHES – Joseph HUGHES died in Liberty, November
20th, aged 86 years. Wellsboro Gazette Dec. 6th 1877
* * according to the Administration of his Estate the Proof of Death states he died Nov. 19th at 7 o’clock P. M. The age is also incorrect he was going to be 77 years on Dec. 8th.
LOSINGER Roger M. Losinger
64, of Liberty, died Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013, at the Bath VA Medical Center, Bath, N.Y. Roger was born Nov. 14, 1949, in Blossburg, a son of Louie Losinger and Mary E. (Bubach) Stratton. He was a United States Air Force veteran and served during the Vietnam War. Prior to his retirement, Roger was an engineer for LEMCO Tool Corp. He was a full time member of the Liberty VFW, Morris Run Legion, Blossburg American Legion, Blossburg VFW and the Arnot Sportsmen's Club.Roger is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Paul and Tara Losinger of Liberty, Justin and Krystal Losinger of North Glenn, Colo.; his mother, Mary Stratton; four grandchildren; a sister and brother-in-law, Velda and Dick Johnson; mother of his children, Linda D. (Grinnell) Losinger; close friends, Larry VanDyke, Robert Wirth, George Lloyd, and many more. He was predeceased by his father, Louie Losinger, and a brother, Chester Losinger.Family and friends are invited to call on Thursday, Nov. 21, from noon to 2 p.m., at Buckheit Funeral Chapel and Crematory, Inc., 637 S. Main St., Mansfield. A memorial service will follow at 2 p.m., at the funeral chapel. A private burial will be held at Sebring Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Roger's memory to the Liberty Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6755, P. O. Box 1, Liberty, Pa. 16930. Wellsboro Gazette – November 17, 2013
McCLEAN - This was a newspaper article filed with Jennie Mcleans obit.This would be on Jennies father in law, written by his daughter Barbara McLean Robena. Charles McLean is also buried at Sebring.
Father is Gone.
In affectionate rememberance of Charles McLean, of Liberty, who died July 26, 1908
When the morning sun riseth gently.
In the heavens so bright and clear,
filling all the world with beauty .
Then we miss you, father dear.
Sitting by the open window
Looking toward the sunrise gold,
We are thinking of you, father,
and happy days of old.
Happy were the hours, dear father,
with you as a trusty guide,
But your voice is lost forever
In the dashing of the tide.
Gently came the pale - faced rider
Calling sweetly from afar.
Bring home your spirit, father,
Through the pearly gates ajar.
With loving hearts, dear father,
We will try to follow you,
Hoping when we meet in heaven
All our pleasures to renew.
Rest,dear father, Jesus keeps you,
with a kind and loving hand,
Close beside the sparkling waters
In that bright and better land.
Mrs Barbara Robena,
- The Agitator, Thursday, June, 18, 1953
NORMAN - Martha Pequignot
Mrs Martha Pequignot, aged 82 years died Friday, June 12, 1953 in Towanda. She was the widow of John Pequignot and lived nearly all her life in Liberty. She was a native London, England. Mrs Pequignot was a member of the Beuter Evaogelical church in Sebring and the Sebring Ladies Aid Society. Serviving are daughters, Mrs Drummond Wylie, Elmira, N.Y., Mrs Walter Dennison Idaho, Mrs Leon Ostrum, Liberty, Mrs Jesse Marks, Towanda: two sons, Gusty, Covington, Alfred, Liberty, 15 grandchildren, and 32 great grandchildren. Services were at a funeral home in Towanda Sunday, June 14, at 1 p.m. Later in the afternoon committal services were held in the Sebring cemetery. The Rev. Thomas F. Luce , pastor of the Towanda Presbyterian church, officiated.
NORMAN - Mrs Mary Fulkerson, aged 73 years, of Blossburg, widow of Charles Fulkerson, died June 1, 1948 at the Blossburg Hospital. Surviving are two sons, Myles, of Lindley, N.Y. and Norman , of Binghamton; four sisters, Mrs. Nellie Hyler, of Blossburg, Mrs. Martha Pequignot , of Elmira, Mrs. Elmer Malcy , of Barbours and Mrs. Lucy Sheffer, of Bridgeville; one brother Albert Norman, of Liberty; seven grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. The funeral was held Thursday at Liberty; burial in the Sebring Cemetery.
( he is in fact buried Sebring, but this is how the atricle reads)
Wellsboro Gazette , Thursday, July 27, 1933
Augustus PEQUIGNOT dies suddenly at Hartsfield -Augustus Pequignot, aged 86 tears, of Hartsfield, died suddenly at the home of his daughter Wednesday morning. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs Burr Cochran, of Hartsfield,: three sons, Charles Pequignot, of Blossburg, Francis Pequignot , of Hartsfield. Funeral services were held saturday , burial at Hartsfield.
Wellsboro Gazette, March 3,1955
Charles Arthur Pequignot, 87, a former resident of Blossburg died Wednesday night, February 16, 1955 in Windsor, Pa. at the home of his daughter Mrs. Thursa Maneval with whom he resided. He was a member of the Blossburg Methodist church. Surviving in addition to his daughter is a grandson Francis Maneval, Windsor: a granddaughter Mrs E.P. Marks, York, Pa., four great grandchildren, one sister Mrs. Rose Cochran, Wellsboro ... : one brother Lewis , Williamsport. Services were Saturday in Sebring Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Gerald Moorehead officiating. Burial was in Sebring
John PEQUIGNOT, a life long resident of Sebring, died early last Tuesday morning at the family home. Mr Pequignot had been seriously ill of pneumonia , but was thought to be recovering. His death came as s shock to his family and friends. The funeral was held Thursday at Sebring; interment in the Sebring cemetery; He is survived by his widow; four daughters, two sons, three brothers, one sister, and his father, August Pequignot, of Sebring.
PEQUIGNOT - Death of Mrs. McLean
Jennie, wife of John McLean, of Liberty, departed this life on Monday morning, Nov. 27, 1899, after a brief illness of inflamation, aged 22 years, 4 months and 22 days, leaving to mourn her loss a husband and two children, besides a father, brothers Charles,John, Francis, Lewis and sister Rosy Pequignot. The deceased was born in Arnot, July 5, 1877, and was united in marriage to John McLean, Sept. 24, 1895. Mrs McLean was of a gentle,kind and courteous disposition and was very devoted to the church of her faith. The Funeral was held on Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1899, at the Lutheran church, at Sebrings at 10a.m. It was attended by a large concourse of sympathizing and sorrowing friends. The Pastor, Rev Lau, preached from Heb.11:16, " But now they desire a better country." The speaker touchingly referred to death as closing the beauitful life of the deceased while she was in the meridian of her earthly existence. Her remains were interred in the Sebring Cemetery at Liberty. Of her faithful life and peaceful death it can be said, "Life's labor done, as sinks the day. Light from its load the spirit flies, While heaven and earth combines to say, How blest the righteous when she dies"
PEQUIGNOT – Lue Pequignot, 77, of Liberty, died Monday, July 31, 1961. Survived by sons, Robert L. of Williamsport with whom he resided, Melvin of Liberty RD; sister, Mrs. Rose Cochran of Wellsboro; 11 grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren. Funeral service was held at the Maneval Funeral Home, Williamsport, Thursday at 10 AM, the Rev. Sidney S. Aldrich officiating. Burial in Sebring Cemetery, Liberty RD. – Mansfield Advertiser, 2 August 1961, p.4
ROGER D. SINDLINGER
Roger D. Sindlinger, 51, of Covington, died unexpectedly Sunday, March 14, at his home. Born January 22, 1926 in Liberty, he was the son of Irving and Lydia Mase Sindlinger. He was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church at Sebring. He was supervisor of the Covington Township Road. His survivors include his wife, Harriet Schmouder Sindlinger at home, one son, Ronald, of Liberty, one daughter, Mrs. Donna Pepperman of Traveler's Rest, South Carolina, six grandchildren, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Sindlinger of Liberty, a brother Howard, and a sister, Mrs. Merle Kreger Jr., both of Liberty. Funeral services were held Wednesday at the Auld Funeral Home, 120 N. Williamson Road, Blossburg. The minister is the Rev. Archie Cruikshank, pastor of the Church of Christ of Covington. Burial was in Sebring.
WEISKOPFF - David S. Weiskopff, 78 of Liberty RD, died Thursday, Oct. 10, 1963 at the Cleveland Convalescent Home, Covington. He was a retired farmer. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Bruno Roti, Savona, NY and Mrs. Hannah Stowell, Liberty; five brothers, Lewis, also a guest at the Cleveland Home, Covington, Ernest of Mansfield, Devillo of Montrose, Daniel of Johnson City, and Lawrence of Vestal, NY. The funeral was held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Beuter Evangelical United Brethren Church near Liberty. The Rev. Jason Holopeter, pastor of the EUB Parish officiated. Burial was in Sebring Cemetery. - Mansfield Advertiser, October 1963
OLD LITTLE CEMETERY DOWN THE SIDE ROAD FROM THE SEBRING CHURCH AND CEMETERY
HUGHES Benjamin – At Bell’s Landing, Va., on the 6th ult., of
inflammation of the lungs, BENJAMIN HUGHES, in the 24th year of his age.
He was a member of company G, 149th Regiment, Pa. Vols. His body was
embalmed and sent by Express to Blossburg, where it arrived on the 13th, and was
received by his sorrowing parents. He was buried on the 15th with
military honors. Services were by Rev. Mr. HAMMOND of Covington.
The great number present (being upward of seven hundred and fifty) of the
people of Liberty, Bloss, and Morris Run and Fall Brook, testified eloquently
of their attachment to him in life. “It was agreeable (even in the sound
of deep mourning) to hear so many of his acquaintances saying, “He had no enemy
on earth.” D. G. E. (David G. EDWARDS) The Agitator 1863 April 1, page 2, col.6
** Benjamin HUGHES, according to the Pension Papers filed and copies received by me, states; “He was the first soldier to be buried in Tioga County, PA.”
HUGHES Deliah– In Liberty, on the 10th inst., of typhoid fever DELIAH, son of Joseph and Sarah HUGHES, aged 12 years, 5 months, and 6 days. The Agitator, Oct. 25th, 1865, page 3 col. 2
HUGHES William – William aged 22 years, 5 months and 21 days, son of
Joseph and Sarah EADES HUGHES.