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Dunnstown Cemetery
Dunnstown, Clinton County, Pennsylvania

Lat: 41° 17' 56"N, Lon: 77° 50' 55"W

This cemetery is located across the river from Lock Haven, Pa. in Woodward Township. The cemetery lies in two major sections separated by Church Street, directly adjacent to the older section of the cemetery is the Dunnstown United Evangelical Methodist Church. This cemetery is well maintained and flags are placed on the military graves each year prior to Memorial Day.

This is not a complete listing of burials in this cemetery! The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Last edited Aug 21, 2007. Total records = 32.

Contributor's Index:

Adams, Hannah (Forney), b. 3 Nov 1932, d. 14 Aug 1911 (w/o John Q. Adams), [TR]
Adams, Hannah Minerva (Mingle), b. abt 1858, d. 22 Oct 1903 (2nd w/o Elmer Ellsworth Adams), [TR]
Adams, Lillian Margaret, b. 20 Oct 1867, d. 9 Feb 1958 (d/o John Q. & Hannah Forney Adams) , [TR]
Adams, Mary (Miller), b. 23 Feb 1802, d. 3 Sep 1892 (w/o William Townsend Adams), [TR]
Adams, Rev. John Quincy, b. 24 Jan 1826, d. 11 Jul 1903 (s/o William. Townsend & Mary Miller Adams)(h/o Hannah Forney Adams), [TR]
Bartlett, Edith Evangeline, b. 12 Nov 1876, d. 4 Oct 1964 (w/o Edward Arthur Bartlett)(d/o John Q. & Hannah Forney Adams), [TR]
Fargus, Grant Irvin, b. abt 1894, d. 30 Jul 1948 (s/o Mackey C. & Mary H. Adams Fargus), [TR]
Fargus, Mackey Clarence, b. 9 Apr 1871, d. 25 Jul 1949 (h/o Mary H. Adams Fargus), [TR]
Fargus, Mary Helen, b. 9 Jul 1873, d. 5 Dec 1941 (w/o Mackey C. Fargus)(d/o John Q. & Hannah Forney Adams), [TR]
Klechner, Estella S., b. 1901, d. 1972, G.D. Miller Add, Lot #40, [LW]
Klechner, Neil B., b. 1898, d. 1964, G.D. Miller Add, Lot #40, [LW]
Moran, Ernest H., b. 1872, d. 1936, S.P. Shoemaker Add, Lot #22, [LW]
Moran, Joseph M., b. 1834, d. 1916, S.P. Shoemaker Add, Lot #22, [LW]
Moran, Mary M., b. 1887, d. 1928, S.P. Shoemaker Add, Lot #22, [LW]
Moran, Sarah Zettle, b. 1846, d. 1924, S.P. Shoemaker Add, Lot #22, [LW]
Moran, Victor H., b. 1886, d. 1941, S.P. Shoemaker Add, Lot #22, [LW]
Rodabaugh, Benjamin Franklin, b. 19 Jan 1825, d. 25 Jan 1911 (s/o Peter & Elizabeth Miller Rodabaugh)(h/o Martha W. Adams) Civil War Veteran 28th Regiment Co. "I" Private, [TR]
Rodabaugh, Lulu May (Brown), b. 28 Dec 1872, d. 10 Nov 1968 (w/o Meade Gordon Rodabaugh), [TR]
Rodabaugh, Martha W., b. 15 Feb 1829, d. 16 Jan 1915 (w/o Benjamin Franklin Rodabaugh)(d/o Willliam Townsend & Mary Miller Adams), [TR]
Rodabaugh, Meade Gordon, b. 11 Oct 1864, d. 8 Jan 1933 (h/o Lulu May Brown Rodabaugh)(s/o Benjamin F. & Martha W. Adams Rodabaugh), [TR]
Rodabaugh, Raymond Earl, b. 8 May 1903, d. 25 Oct 1978 (s/o Meade G. & Lulu M. Brown Rodabaugh)(h/o Celia I. Smith Rodabaugh), [TR]
Smith, Adam M., b. 1858, d. 1933, G.D. Miller Add, Lot #40, [LW]
Smith, Lydia Z., b. 1861, d. 1929, G.D. Miller Add, Lot #40, [LW]
Smith, Orrin, b. 1891, d. 1960, G.D. Miller Add, Lot #40, [LW]
Smith, Ralph Z., b. 1886, d. 1939, G.D. Miller Add, Lot #40, [LW]
Stafford, Gay, b. 1884, d. 1976, S.P. Shoemaker Add, Lot #22, [LW]
Stephenson, Lettie E., b. 3 Aug 1874, d. 26 Jan 1923 (w/o Lyman Stephenson)(d/o Benjamin F. & Martha W. Adams Rodabaugh), [TR]
Sweeley, Albert Frederick, b. 1 May 1850, d. 24 Jan 1913 (h/o Emma G. Rodabaugh)(s/o George W. & Catherine Glosser Sweeley), [TR]
Sweeley, Catherine (Glosser), b. 24 May 1825, d. 18 Mar 1905 (w/o George W. Sweeley), [TR]
Sweeley, Emma G., b. 1 Jun 1854, d. 29 Mar 1925 (w/o Albert F. Sweeley)(d/o Benjamin F. & Martha W. Adams Rodabaugh), [TR]
Sweeley, George Washington, b. 23 Nov 1818, d. 17 Jan 1883 (s/o Johann Jacob & Rosanna Keyes Sweeley), [TR]
Thornton, Guy F., b. 1923, d. 1997, G.D. Miller Add, Lot #40, [LW]

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