Deeded as Leonard Cemetery
|From the Joyce M. Tice Website
HISTORY OF TIOGA COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
By John L. Sexton, Jr.York : 1883)
Abram Rundell was born in Washington County, N.Y., 1796; was raised on a farm, and at a suitable age learned the carpenter's trade. In 1816 he married Miss May Ann Elliott, by whom he had nine children - B.J. Rundell; Phileta, wife of Pearson Breese; Isaac; Lydia, wife of William Barrows; Frances E.; Rosilla, wife of Lorenzo D. Wright; Charles; Maria, wife of Oliver Blanchard, who was killed at the battle of Antietam; and Emeline, wife of Samuel Blanchard. In 1845 he purchased 60 acres of wild land in the northeastern portion of the township and commenced clearing it up; and at the time of his death he had a framed house and barn, an orchard etc. He frequently filled official stations in the township and was for many years a deacon in the Baptist Church.
RED SCHOOL CEMETERY- Ward Township Tioga County [Deeded as Leonard Cemetery]
 Ralph E. Blanchard---------- d. 4 Jan 1864; 3yr 9mo 28da
 Flora M. Blanchard------- d. 12 Jan 1864; 3mo 3da
son & daughter of S.E. & E. Blanchard
[1860/PA/Bradford/Canton Twp; M653 R1080 p196; Samuel & Emeline Blanchard with son Ralph]
 James J. Robinson--------- d. 28 Apr 1902; 18yr
 Jonas Hagar; 30 US Inf. War of 1812
[1870/PA/Tioga/Ward; M593 R1457 p423; PO Liberty PA]
Jonas Hager, 93 MASS; living with the family of Daniel Hager.
[ Jonas Hager b. 11 Feb 1777 VT; d. Abt 1874 Ward Twp Tioga Co., PA; m. 15 Jan 1803 VT Prudence Butterfield b. Abt. 1781; b. Ward Twp Tioga Co., PA]
 ................ Hill------------- d. 12 Mar 1881
 Abram Hollis --------- b. 11 Jan 1793; d. 2 Apr 1865
 Laura Hollis---------- b. 5 Mar 1803; d. 27 Mar 1877
[Tombstone of Abram & Laura is lying on the ground; names & dates no longer legible; picture of tombstone from 1960 shows stone to be unique shape and same as the downed stone]
Published on Tri-Counties 19 JUN 2004
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