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Name of Cemetery? Roaring Spring? Where are they buried?
Posted by: Nancy Peche (ID *****8780) Date: March 15, 2013 at 05:21:43
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Where are they buried? Can anyone figure out from the information below what the name of the cemetery might be if they lived near Roarding Spring, Blair Co., Pa. in 1893-1894? E. H. Witmer was the name of the minister who conducted the funeral for Margaret Bixler Agnew.

Her name: Margaret (Bixler) AGNEW
Born: 1831-1834 = DIED: 19 NOV 1893
His name: Alexander Robert AGNEW
BORN: 10 NOV 1835 = DIED: 15 JAN 1894

Thursday, November 23, 1893, Page 39.
Martinsburg Herald Newspaper

Mrs. AGNEW, wife of ALEXANDER AGNEW, died suddenly at her home on Sunday last at 12 m., of apoplexy. Mrs. AGNEW was a kind-hearted woman and much beloved. She leaves a husband, two sons, FRANK and LEVI, and one daughter, SALLIE, to mourn her loss. Her funeral occurred Tuesday at 10 a.m. ** Interment in the cemetery here. ** Rev. E. H. WITMER ** will conduct the funeral services.

Blair County Court House -- Deaths

AGNEW, Alexander R.
age: 61 years
m/s: Chillicothe, Ohio
occ: Cigar Maker
d: Jan. 15, 1894
i: Roaring Spring

Jan. 14, 1894 - Morrissons Cove Herald, published in Martinsburg, Blair Co., Pa.

Alexander AGNEW accidentally fell down while passing along the street about a week ago, and sustained very serious internal injury.
He died Monday morning. He was aged 61 years of age. His wife preceded him only a short time to the grave.

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