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Christ Lutheran Church Cemetery,
York, York County, Pennsylvania

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 19.

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Ebert, Adam, d. 3/23/1853, Record#18148, [LB]
Ebert, Henry, d. 1854, Record#18266, [LB]
Ebert, Martin, Record#18273, Removed to cemetery, [LB]
Ebert, Sarah, d. 5/3/1852, Record#18067, In her mother's grave, [LB]
Ebert, William, d. 6/27/1843, Record#17694, s/o Col. Michael Ebert, son-in-law of Dr. Schmucker, [LB]
Ebert, William, d. 6/27/1844, Record#17714, s/o late William, s/o of Michael, [LB]
Schmeisser, Anna Catharina, b. 6/5/1717, d. 2/13/1763, Record#12223, d/o John Wolfgang Koppenhoeffer & Anna Maria, his wife from Rueblingen, m. Aug. 1738 Mattheis Smyser, from Riegelbach in Ansbach, [LB]
Smyser, Albert Hoyer, d. 6/30/1820, Record#18185, Age 2� yrs, s/o Philip, removed from Duke St. Graveyard, [LB]
Smyser, Albert Hoyer, no dates, Record#18398, bur. under Zion Lutheran Church, [LB]
Smyser, Child, d. 3/11/1853, Record#18142, c/o Adam Smyser, [LB]
Smyser, Child, d. 3/28/1846, Record#17768, c/o Jacob Smyser, [LB]
Smyser, Child, d. 8/30/1849, Record#17900, c/o Jacob Smyser, [LB]
Smyser, Child, d. 9/2/1851, Record#18010, c/o Daniel Smyser, [LB]
Smyser, Jacob, d. 1/27/1853, Record#18134, s/o Col. Michael Smyser, [LB]
Smyser, Jacob, d. 10/31/1850, Record#17964, [LB]
Smyser, Michael, d. 9/25/1845, Record#17746, [LB]
Smyser, Sarah, b. 5/25/1797, d. 7/18/1829, Record#, w/o Adam, aged 32yr 1mo 25da, [LB]
Smyser, Sarah, no dates, Record#18396, bur. under Zion Lutheran Church, [LB]
Smyser, Wife of Alexander, d. 11/28/1848, Record#17817, d/o George Hoke, [LB]

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