Union City, PA
This small cemetery is located on an overgrown hill which stands in the crescent of land between Rte. 6 and O’Dell Street, on the southern edge of Union City, PA. These inscriptions were copied by Mrs. Kristen Koehler and Mrs. Linda Ditrich in May 1973. Nineteen headstones were found, but one was so fragmentary that no information could be taken from it. Another was also badly fragmented but bore the surname THOMPSON. The following are the inscriptions of the remaining seventeen stones.
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|63 yrs, ? mos., 12 ds.- d. Mar. 21, 1876
16 yrs. 2 mos. 27 ds.- d. May 27 1832
|Ames, Alva “Asleep in Jesus. Blessed sleep.”
“ Isabella (wife of Alva Ames)
|92 yrs.- Apr. 22, 1848
89 yrs.- June 17, 1850
22 yrs.- Feb. 16, 1828
72 yrs.- Mar. 12, 1869
30 yrs.- March 2-?, 1830
“ William, Jr. “There is a calm for those who weep/ A rest for weary pelgrims found;/ And while the mouldering ashes sleep/ Low in the ground;/ The soul, of origin divin,/ God’s glourious image freed from clay,/ In heaven’s eternal shore shall shin/ A star of day
“ Elisabeth (consort of Robert Mulvin), “Depart my friends, dry up your tears/ We’ll meet again when Christ appears./ Therefore be ye also ready: for in/ such and hour as ye think not. The/ Son of Man Cometh.
|23 yrs.- Dec. ??, 1836||Smiley, Jane Eliza (wife of Moses Smiley) “God my redeemer/ And ever from the skies/ Look down and watch/ Yes all my dust/ Till he shall bid it rise.|
|20 yrs. 7 ds.- d. Jun 9, 1855
24 yrs. 18 ds.- d. April 29, 1845
65 yrs.- Dec. 28, 1858
23 yrs.- Mar. 27, 1813
37 yrs.- May 9, 1842
75 yrs.- Apr. 8, 1879
79 yrs. 10 mos. 18 ds.- d. May 2, 1855
59 yrs.- Nov. 15, 1816
84 yrs.- July 3, 1840
|Thompson, Horace E. (son of Sam’l and Betsey Thompson)
“ Margaret (daughter of Joel and Mary Thompson)
“ Mary (wife of Joel Thompson)
“ Margaret “Her flesh shall slumber in the ground/ Till the last trumpets ———- sound/ Then burst he bonds ———–/ And in her savior———/ Of Joel Thompson ———-/ She was the c————/ Tis hop’d she’s gone —- ———–/ Of joys forever new./ She left him and one infant dear./ Her loss for to deplore,/ But they do hope to meet her whare/ Thares pleasures evermore.
Thompson, Betsy (wife of Samuel S.)
“ Isabell (wife of Job Thompson)
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