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McNicholas Cemetery
Greene County, Pennsylvania

Lat: 39° 44' 15"N, Lon: 80° 30' 08"W
Springhill Township

Contributed by Brad Jarvis, Nov 24, 2009, last edited Nov 27, 2009 [forza@windstream.net]. Total records = 32.

From the Route 21/Route 18 split just west of Rogersville, turn on to Route 18 south and follow for 12.3 miles until you come to the town of New Freeport. Turn right on to Deep Valley Road and follow for 2.8 miles until you come to the small village of Deep Valley. Turn left on to Ned Ridge Road and follow for 2.6 miles. Make a right on to Earnest Hill Road and follow for .6 miles. The cemetery is located to the right side of the road, is marked by a sign and is surrounded by a fence. Access can be gained through a gate.

This family cemetery was established in 1927, and it is in very good condition and maintained on a regular basis. All of the stones are standing and are legible.

I walked the cemetery on Nov 22, 2009. This transcription is complete and includes all existing stones. I 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

Bradley, William Joseph, b. 26 Jul 1927, d. 5 Nov 1995, In loving memory, US Veteran Flag Marker
Flaherty, Agnes, b. 1900, d. 1999, s/w William G.
Flaherty, William G., b. 1898, d. 1978, PFC US Army World War I, WWI Flag Marker, (Also has a single military stone)
Jackson, Felix P., b. 1889, d. 1960, At rest, s/w Pearl
Jackson, Margaret, b. 1916, d. 1988
Jackson, Pearl, b. 1890, d. 1964
McNicholas, Charles L., b. 19 May 1892, d. 21 May 1965, Pennsylvania Sgt. Co. K 110th Inf. 28th Div., WWI Flag Marker
McNicholas, Charles Leo, b. 2 Dec 1928, d. 23 Sep 1986, Cpl. US Army World War II, WWII Flag Marker
McNicholas, Edward, b. 1888, d. 1918, Co. K 110th Reg. 28th Div. A.E.F. World War, (Died during the taking of Ciergues Hill in Grimpettes Woods at the end of July 1918), WWI Flag Marker
McNicholas, George Edward, b. 28 Mar 1931, d. 10 Dec 1987, US Army Korea, (Also has military stone), Korean War Flag Marker
McNicholas, Infant, b. & d. 26 Mar 1927, d/o J.H. & M.J.
McNicholas, Infant, d/o J.H. & M.J., (no other information given)
McNicholas, John W. II, b. 1938, d. 1939
McNicholas, John W., b. 1859, d. 1945, s/w Mary E.
McNicholas, Leo, b. 1892, d. 1965, s/w Lillian B.
McNicholas, Lillian B., b. 1900, d. 1968
McNicholas, Margaret Jean, b. & d. 1937
McNicholas, Margaret, b. & d. 26 Jun 1933, d/o J.H. & M.J.
McNicholas, Mary E., b. 1862, d. 1934, They kept the faith and now at rest
McNicholas, Mayme Joanne, b. 1904, d. 1986, Beloved mother, (Stone has a picture of this individual)
McNicholas, Nellie, b. 1 Apr 1894, d. 27 Feb 1978, Rest in peace
McNicholas, Susanna, b. 21 Jun 1898, d. 22 Jun 1972, Rest in peace
Moran, Joseph M., b. 1886, d. 1966, Rest in peace, D.D.S.
Pierce, Bertha, b. 1895, d. 1939
Pierce, James W., b. 1896, d. uninscribed, s/w Bertha
Poland, John Leo, b. 7 Sep 1923, d. 2 Sep 1986, GM3 US Navy, World War II, (Also has a military stone), WWII Flag Marker
Poland, Margaret R., b. 31 Mar 1896, d. 15 Mar 1992
Poland, Ralph W., b. 8 Sep 1898, d. 29 Nov 1980, s/w Margaret R.
Poland, Robert Warren, b. 15 Jun 1925, d. 14 Aug 1949, West Virginia S1 USNR World War II, WWII Flag Marker
Yoder, Glenn Warren, b. 7 Jun 1907, d. 16 May 1960, West Virginia RDM3 USNR World War II, WWII Flag Marker
Yoder, Josephie, b. 1904, d. 1970
Yoder, Michael T., b. 1930, d. 1989, Sgt. US Marine Corps Korea, Korean War Flag Marker

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