Thanks for your kind offer. I apologize for taking so long to reply. I had changed my email address but had not changed it on this web site. Thus, emails telling me of replies were not getting to me.
The link to a partial listing of the cemetery gave neither Richeys/Ritchey/Ritchie nor Humbert. If sometime after the holidays you have time to stop by, that would be great. Meanwhile I am going to write to the Paul McMinn and see if he has a listing of the graves with a map. Maybe he can locate this old grave. If is quite possible that such an old gravestone may not be readable even if it is in that cemetery.
You might be interested to know that Elizabeth became a widow when her husband Samuel Richey died in the War of 1812. In the Orphans Court records her father was given custody of Elizabeth's children. Women had no rights in those days.
Jacki in Mexico
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