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Cemetery Listings - Tioga County, Pennsylvania
Sullivan Township Page

Photo by Joyce M. Tice
NOV 1998

Hodges Family Burial Ground

Sullivan Township, Tioga County PA 

Located north of Tears Corners (junction of Ashley Hill Road and Austinville Road) and west of Bungy Road on a rise behind an abandoned house (I. N. Tears residence on 1875 atlas) in Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. Markers copied Sept 1983 by J. Kelsey Jones and rechecked November 1998. Photographed November 1998 by Joyce M. Tice. See Also the Hodges - Shearman Bible Records

CRIPPEN Martha E., dau of Daniel & Anna Crippen died Ap’l 24, 1853 AE 3 ys 4 ms & 14 ds
  Footmarker, M. E. C.
HODGES Nehemiah Hodges DIED May 12, 1853 AE 68 y’s 5 ms & 3 ds 
  Footmarker, N. H.
  Sally wife of Nehemiah Hodges, DIED Feb 4, 1872 Agd 82 yrs 9 ms & 12 ds
  Footmarker, S. H.
  Fenner P., son of Nehemiah & Sally Hodges, died June 30, 1849, Aged 21 years & 16 D’s. 
  Footmarker, F. P. H.
  Mary, daughter of Nehemiah & Sally Hodges, died May 8, 1839; aged 25 years 8 months & 24 days.
  Footmarker, M. H.
  Anson, son of Nehemiah & Sally Hodges, died Oct. 10, 1833, aged 13 years 8 months & 5 days.
  Infant son of Hiram & Orrinda Hodges died Aug 20, 1842 aged 9 hours
SMITH Keturah wife of Geo. F. Smith DIED Dec 6, 1868 AE 50 yrs 9 ms & 14 ds
  Footmarker, K. S.


HODGES - Mrs. Keturah Smith [SRGP 09476]
Keturah, wife of George F. Smith, died in Sullivan, Dec. 6th, 1868, in the 51st year of her age.  The subject of this notice was the daughter of the Rev. Nehemiah and Sally Hodges.  Father Hodges was one of the pioneer local preachers of the M. E. Church in this part of the State, and has long since gone home to his reward.  Sister Smith was converted when about 16 years of age; soon after she connected herself with the M. E. Church, where she has continued a very worthy, faithful member, until her death.  She has been a great sufferer for a year or more, and has borne her sufferings with christian patience, rejoicing in a glorious hope of a future and blissful immortality beyond the grave.  She leaves a husband and seven children and a large circle of relatives to mourn her loss.  (Wednesday, January 6, 1869, The Tioga County Agitator, Wellsboro, Tioga Co, Pa.)

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