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Pine Grove Cemetery
Russell, Warren County, Pennsylvania

Lat: 41° 56' 24"N, Lon: 79° 08' 19"W

To reach cemetery in Russell PA, driving north or south on Hwy 62, turn right or east onto Liberty Street and continue east just a short distance and the cemetery can be seen on the north or left side of the street.

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 08, 2009. Total records = 25.

Contributor's Index:

Briggs, Aletha, d. Feb 08, 1941, [JD]
Briggs, Allen Ethan, b. 1841, d. Sep 13, 1928, [JD]
Briggs, Ann, d. Oct 17, 1945, [JD]
Briggs, Charles W., d. Aug 22, 1930, [JD]
Briggs, Emma L., d. Nov 02, 1943, [JD]
Briggs, Lewis D., d. Jul 03, 1936, [JD]
Briggs, Marian A., d. Dec 29, 1947, [JD]
Briggs, Mary Louise, d. Mar 24, 1946, [JD]
Briggs, Mrs. Allen (Louisa), d. Mar 05, 1931, [JD]
Briggs, Mrs. Charles (Lula), d. Mar 17, 1923, [JD]
Davidson, Charlotte Crocker, b. 1849, d. 1868, [JD]
Irvine, Jennie, d. Feb 03, 1944, [JD]
Irvine, M. June, b. Jun 29, 1930, d. Sep 21, 2000, buried w/ Ronald E. Irvine, [JD]
Irvine, Ronald E., b. Mar 02, 1933, d. Apr 17, 1998, Captain US Army, Korea Vietnam, [JD]
Nobbs, Betsey J., b. 1841, d. 1928, [JD]
Nobbs, Clara B., b. 1863, d. 1890, [JD]
Nobbs, Fred Davidson, b. 1868, d. Dec 23, 1931, s/o Charlotte Crocker Davidson, [JD]
Nobbs, George H., b. 1833, d. 1904, Co K 12th PA Calvary, [JD]
Nobbs, Irvine L, b. 1901, d. 1980, [JD]
Nobbs, Jane, b. 1847, d. Apr 08, 1933, [JD]
Nobbs, John H., b. 1848, d. 1907, [JD]
Nobbs, Marian Irvine, b. 1868, d. 1969, [JD]
Nobbs, Martha M, b. 1847, d. 1923, [JD]
Nobbs, Mulford A., b. 1856, d. Mar 20, 1935, [JD]
Nobbs, William C., b. 1835, d. 1896, [JD]

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