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Stauffer Cemetery
North Codorus Twp, York County, Pennsylvania

Lat: 39° 50' 23"N, Lon: 76° 49' 18"W

Contributed by Bill Brick, May 18, 2004 [chairman@pa.net]. Total records = 15.

From Spring Grove PA, 3.9 mi. south on Rte. 516 to the square in Jefferson PA. 3/4 around the square then east on Green Springs Rd. 2 mi. to Stauffer Rd. Left on Stauffer Rd. 0.3 mi. to top of the hill. Cemetery is at the rear of 7465 Stauffer Road, N. Codorus Twp., York Co. PA

A small private cemetery in poor condition. Brillhart, Martin & Stauffer family plots. Former the site of the Stauffer School.

I walked and read all existing tombstones in 1999.

- Bill Brick

Brillhard, David, b. 26 Nov 1814, d. Apr ??
Brillhard, Esther Bixler, b. 16 Dec 1752, d. 27 Jan 1829
Brillhard, Harriet, b. 23 Feb 1830, d. 25 Aug 1830
Brillhart, Anna, b. 16 Feb 1764, d. 20 May 1828, w/o Christian Brillhart, A.B. (footstone)
Brillhart, Catharina, b. 15 Jan 1792, d. 23 Feb 1834
Brillhart, Catherine, d. 2 Oct 1831, 53y, w/o Samuel Brillhart, C.B. (footstone)
Brillhart, Christian, b. Feb 1762, d. Jan 1811, footstone C.B.
Brillhart, Joseph, b. 15 Mar 1754, d. 13 Dec 1833, J.B. (footstone)
Brillhart, Samuel, d. 8 Jul 1831, 54y, S.B. (footstone)
Mayer, ??, b. 30 Sep 1834, d. 17 Aug 1850, d/o David Mayer
Myers, Daniel, b. 8 Jan 1846, d. 18 Sep 1864, s/o David & Margaret Myers
Myers, Eve, b. 12 Nov 1779, d. 15 Dec 1857, w/o Peter Myers, E.A.M.
Myers, William, b. 31 Mar 1848, d. 17 Oct 1849, s/o David Myers, W.M. (footstone)
Stauffer, Anna, b. 15 May 1800, d. 3 Feb 1855, w/o Samuel Stauffer, A.S. (footstone)
Stauffer, Samuel, b. Dec ??, D. Oct ??, aged 7?y, S.S. (footstone)

??, 2 (unreadable)
C.M., (probably a footstone)

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