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Hamilton Cemetery
Greene County, Pennsylvania

Lat: 39° 45' 42"N, Lon: 80° 24' 30"W
Freeport Township

Contributed by Brad Jarvis, Dec 03, 2009, last edited Dec 04, 2009 [forza@windstream.net]. Total records = 38.

From the Route 21/Route 18 split just west of Rogersville, turn onto Route 18 south and follow for 11.8 miles. Make a left on to Jollytown Road and go less than a tenth of a mile to the first farm on the left owned by the Stoneking family. The cemetery is located atop a large hill on the farm. The cemetery is surrounded by an old fence, but trees have fallen across it in certain areas.

This cemetery is abandoned and in poor condition. About half of the stones have fallen, yet all but a few are still fairly legible. I found 14 fieldstone markers. The last burial took place in 1939. As with any cemetery located on private property, always ask permission from the landowner before going to it.

I walked the cemetery on Nov 28, 2009 with my friend Charles Newman. This transcription is complete and includes all existing stones. I also have digital photographs of all the stones as well as many views of the cemetery itself and would share them with anyone interested.

- Brad Jarvis


b. = born
d. = died
d/o = daughter of
( ) = author's comments
s/o = son of
s/w = shares stone with
w/o = wife of

Berdine, Abigail, b. 1819, d. 16 Jul 1885, w/o James
Berdine, James, b. 1820, d. 1896
Cornwell, Hannah G., b. 1845, d. 1886, s/w Timothy R., Sarah E. & Lucy E.
Cornwell, Lucy E., b. 1883, d. 1900
Cornwell, Sarah E., b. 1871, d. 1878
Cornwell, Timothy R., b. 1839, d. uninscribed
Gidley, Nancy, d. 28 Mar 1894, Aged 54y 11m 11d, w/o Henry Pethtel & William Gidley, s/w Henry Pethtel & William Gidley, (Henry & William also have their own separate military stones on each side of this stone.)
Gidley, William M., b. 11 Sep 1832, d. 10 Nov 1907, Corp. Co. F 7th WVA Vol. Inf. Civil War, GAR Flag Marker
Hamilton, Calvia E., b. 23 Mar 1888, d. 3 Jul 1913
Hamilton, Elizabeth Tustin, b. 1846, d. 1917
Hamilton, Enoch, b. 1844, d. 1919, s/w Elizabeth Tustin
Hamilton, Hannah, d. 16 Dec 1873, Aged ?y 9m 18d
Hamilton, Hariet A., b. 29 Jul 1852, d. 31 Aug 1883, (Shares a separate stone with James W. with first name spelled Harriet)
Hamilton, Isaac N., d. 10 Jan 1863, Aged 8d, s/o Hiram & Elizabeth
Hamilton, Jacob, d. 5 Mar 1860, Aged 22y 9m, s/o William & Margaret
Hamilton, James W., b. 8 Oct 1879, d. 11 Mar 1882
Hamilton, John W., b. 11 Apr 1874, d. 12 Sep 1905
Hamilton, Lewis W., b. 1848, d. 1934, s/w Hariet A., James W. & Mariah C.
Hamilton, Margaret, b. 29 Oct 1869, In the 68th year of her age, w/o William
Hamilton, Mariah C., b. 1851, d. 1939
Hamilton, Maud E., b. 8 Jun 1903, d. 20 Sep 1904, d/o J.W. & Kit
Hamilton, William, d. 26 Jan 1857, Aged 6y 5m 6d, s/o Hiram & Elizabeth
Hamilton, William, d. 3 Apr 1879, In his 84th year
Mallon, Nancy, b. 1860, d. 1933
Metz, Eliza J. Hamilton, b. 15 Jun 1883, d. 12 Aug 1909, w/o J.R.
Morford, James Leroy, b. 1847, d. 1932, s/w Mary Berdine
Morford, Mary Berdine, b. 26 Mar 1850, d. 7 Nov 1902, w/o J.L., (Also has a separate stone)
Pethtel, Henry, d. 29 May 1864, Aged 29y 5m 13d, s/o P. & S., Priv. Co. F 7th WVA Inf. Civil War, GAR Flag Marker
Pethtel, John, d. 26 Jun 1867, Aged 22y 6m 13d, s/o P. & S.
Pethtel, Peter, b. 7 May 1804, d. 3 Mar 1887, s/w Sarah
Pethtel, Sarah, b. 27 Oct 1807, d. 3 Jul 1891, w/o Peter
Pethtel, Sophronia, d. 20 Sep 1868, Aged 22y 3m 5d, d/o Peter & Sarah, (Stone is broken in two)
Phillips, Elizabeth, d. 16 Oct 1874, Aged 61y 7m
Rhome, Susanna, b. 23 Nov 1828, d. 30 Apr 1892, w/o Ely
Seals, Arthur I., d. 15 Apr 1872, Aged 21y 2m 28d, s/o James & Eleanor, (Stone is broken in two)
White, Elizabeth, b. 18 May 1853, d. 11 Nov 1894, w/o John S.
Whitlatch, Malissa, d. 18 Dec 1878, Aged 21y 8m 2d, d/o J.B.
Wilson, Mabel H., d. 1? Dec 188?, Aged 4y 1m 6d, d/o W.C.O. & L.E.

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