Tri-Counties Genealogy & History by Joyce M. Tice
Asa Allen Farm Burial Ground, 
Smithfield Township, Bradford County, PA
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Name of Cemetery:     Allen Cemetery
Read By:   Unknown
Date Read:    Unknown
Typed By:    Pat Raymond
Location:   On Charlie Harkness Farm - Smithfield Township
Other comments:  This reading found at Steele Memorial Library - Says "Cemetery on Asa Allen Farm"
NOTES:   Old Jesse Sumners father & grandfather both buried here (without stones)
 Stones for the Hackett's were missing when this was compiled but Athens Gleaner gives the dates below)
 Lucy wife of Peleg Hackett  died 1832, aged 37
Last Name First Name Date of Birth Date of Death AGE Inscription/RELATIONSHIP/COMMENTS
Allen Jonathan   1846 78  
Allen Warren   Jan.23.1861 41-8-3  
Allen Eunice H.   Feb.11.1854 33-9-23 w/o W. A.
Allen Achsa H.   Nov.26.1867 50 yr w/o W. A.
Allen  Dea. David   Apr.28.1825 85 yr  
Hackett Dea. Asa   1847 75 yr  
Hackett Keziah   1843 76 his 2nd wife (Thomas)
Hackett Eliza Hammond       his 1st wife
Hackett Ruth   1827 21 yr Their daughter
Hall Nathan   Jun.23.1831 45-7-10  
Hall Jonathan   Jun.8.1851 10-9-26  
Hall Eunice H.   Dec.19.1846 55-1-25 w/o Jonathan Hall
Hall Ira T.   Oct.20.1846 22-6-11  
Hall Jonathan 2nd   1854 40 yr  
King Eldr Saml.   Sep.30.1812 52 yr Died on a mysion from the country baptist missionary Society
          Behold an Israelite indeed in whom there is no guile
Lyons Tabatha   Jun.5.1861 57 yr w/o John D. Lyons -sister of Asa Allen, sister Abigail Mrs. Kingsley
Satterlee Wm.   Dec.8.1810 20 yr s/o James Satterlee, bro. Mrs. Abram Pierce & Mrs. Judge Bullock 
Satterlee James       Also buried here, but there is no marker
Titus David   Feb.1812 38 yr  
Wilcox Stephen       War of 1812 Soldier
Wilcox Polly   Mar.18.1850 53-5-3  
Wilcox Henry A.       Co. G 6th Col. Inf.


SATTERLEE James - James Satterlee, who enlisted at the age of 13 years to fight for American independence, was a native of Stonington, Conn. In April 1777, he enlisted in the company of Capt. James Eldridge in the regiment commanded by Col. Jedediah Huntingdon of the Connecticut line and continued in the service until peace was declared. After the war he settled in Otsego county, N.Y., whence he removed to Smithfield, Bradford county in 1799. He and his family and effects were in the first wagon that passed from Athens to Smithfield and were two days in making the journey, having to camp out one night, the distance being about ten miles. He settled at East Smithfield. Two of the Satterlee children, a boy and girl, were in the woods some months after their arrival, picking berries, accompanied by a pet shoat, which was also engaged in the same agreeable business of berry picking. Hearing an outcry from the pig, the children looked around and saw their pet in the arms of a bear, which was leisurely walking off on his hind legs with the squealing shoat. Mr. Satterlee was once arrested on suspicion of shooting one of the surveyors of the Pennsylvania title but, proving an alibi, was discharged by the jury without leaving the box, but his defense cost him all of his property. In his declining years the government gave him a pension for his faithful services. He died about 1830, aged 66 years, and lies beside his wife in the Asa Allen burying ground. He had three children: William died in 1811 unmarried; Polly married Dr. Darius Bullock, died April 29, 1863 in her 71st year without issue; Sarah married, January 8, 1809, Abiram Pierce and spent her days in Smithfield; she was the mother of Christopher E., William S., Stephen, Mary (Mrs. John Spalding), Jane L. (Mrs. John J. Johnson), Amos, Emma (Mrs. Horace Pomeroy).  Pioneer & Patriot Families of Bradford County PA Clement Heverly 1913
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Published On Tri-Counties Site On 11/27/2001
By Joyce M. Tice
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