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Town Line Lutheran Cemetery
Town Line, Erie County, New York

town line cemetery, town line, ny
Town Line Cemetery, Town Line, NY

GPS: 42.89243, -78.57705

1167 Town Line Rd.
Town Line, NY 14004

Published: March 22, 2022
Total records: 10

Location: Town Line Lutheran Cemetery is located in the village of Town Line, along the east side of Town Line Rd, about 600 feet north of the intersection with Broadway (US-20). It sits directly behind Town Line Lutheran Church.

The cemetery is owned by Town Line Lutheran Church of Town Line, NY. Historically, the cemetery has been called, "German Lutheran Cemetery", and is still named that way on most maps. But officially, it is now named after the church.

Veterans Affairs Records

Cemetery records published below represent U.S. veterans interred at Town Line Lutheran Cemetery. These records were acquired from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs...

BERKEMEYER, Richard A, b. 08/13/1926, d. 01/30/2007, US ARMY AIR FORCES, PVT, WORLD WAR II
DOHN, Elmer E, b. 09/28/1922, d. 04/11/2003, US NAVY, BTG2
ERNY, Leroy H, b. 02/21/1927, d. 11/03/2002, US NAVY, COX, WORLD WAR II
HEINRICH, Edward C, b. 08/15/1927, d. 01/22/2017, US ARMY, WORLD WAR II
JABLONSKI, Richard L, b. 01/30/1929, d. 12/22/2016, US ARMY, WORLD WAR II
LEGGETT, Frank D, b. 09/11/1937, d. 12/06/2004, US ARMY, SSG, VIETNAM
SCHLEBUS, Leroy F, b. 09/22/1947, d. 11/27/2004, US ARMY, SP5, VIETNAM
SEITZ, Walter J, b. 09/25/1930, d. 12/30/2009, US ARMY, CPL, KOREA
WILCKENS, Henry Otto, b. 07/09/1926, d. 11/26/2017, US ARMY, PFC, WORLD WAR II
WILD, John R, b. 07/07/1922, d. 01/19/2020, US ARMY, WORLD WAR II

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