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Lawnview Memorial Park
Rockledge, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

500 Huntingdon Pike, Rockledge PA 19046

Lat: 40° 04' 52"N, Lon: 75° 05' 55"W

This is not a complete listing of all of the burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Last edited Jul 04, 2008. Total records = 12.

Contributor's Index:

Allabaugh, Wm. Penn, b. Dec 1858, d. 29 Jun 1859, age: 7mo, reinterred from Oddfellows, Alleback, John, b. 7 Oct 1821, d. 26 Sep 1906, age: 86yr, h/o Sarah Alleback, reinterred from Oddfellows, [JG]
Alleback, Sarah, b. 3 Jan 1838, d. 18 Feb 1915, age: 77yr, d/o Eva (Ziegenfuss) ?, reinterred from Oddfellows, [JG]
Alleback, Viola May, b. Jan 1892, d. 11 Apr 1894, age: 2yr, d/o Albert K. Alleback, reinterred from Oddfellows, [JG]
Higgins, William A., b. 14 Jun 1921, d. 10 Aug 1996, s/o William and Sadie (Hennings) Higgins, [GK]
Kratfel, John J., b. 25 Aug 1907, Baltimore MD, d. 14 Feb 1990, s/o Stephen & Anna (Tancibok), s/w Mary (Bellovics), [NK]
Kratfel, Mary, b. 01 Jul 1907, d. 14 Dec 1978, d/o Frank & Willaehmina (Lilge) Bellovics, s/w John J., [NK]
Robinson, Juliann, b. 1815 NJ, d. 24 Jun 1854, d/o Elizabeth & William Sheppard, [JS]
Sailer, Rachael M. (Sheppard), b. 1823 NJ, d. 10 Feb 1877, w/o William I. Sailer, [JS]
Sheppard, Elizabeth, b. 1778 NJ, d. 22 Mar 1953, w/o William M. Sheppard, [JS]
Ziegenfuss, Frank, b. 3 Jul 1855, d. 10 Jan 1888, age: 33yr, f/o Walter N. Ziegenfuss, reinterred from Oddfellows, [JG]
Ziegenfuss, Walter N., b. Aug 1888, d. 11 Jan 1889, age: 5mo, s/o Frank & Susan (Britton) Ziegenfuss, reinterred from Oddfellows, [JG]

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