Sunday, August 22, 2010

Brown's Cemetery - Mifflinville PA

Brown's Cemetery is a small cemetery along the woods on a hill just outside of Mifflinville, Columbia County, PA.
Here are some photos of grave stones located there.

Benjamin Fortner -
In Memory of Benjamin Fortner
Who died July 10 1835 in the 80th year of his age.
His Revolutionary War marker is shown below.


Benjamin Garrison -
Died June 23, 1853
Aged 77 years


Elizabeth (Fortner) Garrison -
In Memory of Elizabeth wife of Mathias Garrison
Departed this life July 13th 1825


James Brown -
In Memory of James Brown
who departed this life Jan. 5, 1833
Aged 24 years, 2 months & 18 days
"Friends depart in peace
And leave your brother here
Now I'll walk in golden streets
Never more to fear"
"Composed for the deceased"


James Brown -
In Memory of James Brown
who departed this life January 4 AD 1820
aged 46 years, 5 months & 25 days


John Brown -
Feb. 1, 1836 - Mar. 25, 1899
Martha Kline his wife
1844 - 1928


John Brown -
In Memory of John Brown who departed this life the 24th of September 1819
aged 73 years & 2 months
His grave is marked with a Revolutionary War Medallion.


John Brown -
Died Feb. 21, 1855
Aged 54 years

Lissie Jane Brown -
Daughter of W.N. & Loretta Brown
Died Dec. 18, 1864
Aged 6 years, 7 months, 11 days


Samuel Brown -
In Memory of Samuel Brown
who died Jan 17th 1850
aged 24 y & 30 d

Samuel Brown -
In Memory of Samuel Brown
who departed this life October 12, 1823
aged 45 years, 5 months, 10 days
Mercy (Freas) Brown -
wife of John Brown
died April 5, 1832, aged 29 years
William N. Brown -
Feb. 15, 1807 - Sep. 17, 1876

George A. Bowman -
Died Dec. 10, 1881
Aged 82 y, 7 m & 16 d.
Other side: 1799 - 1881

Mathias Belles -
In Memory of Mathias Belles who departed this life May 1st 1806,
aged 36 years & 7 months
"Depart my friends, dry oup your tears, Hear I must lie till Christ appears."

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