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Joyce's Search Tip - December 2007 -
Do You Know that you can search just the Bradford County Cemetery Records on the site by using the Cemeteries -Bradford button in the Partitioned search engine at the bottom of the Current What's New Page? If you use that partition follow these steps to search just one cemetery
1. Choose Cemeteries - Bradford. 
2. Enter part of the cemetery name [ie Ballard or Berrytown] AND a surname. 
3. Choose the Find ALL Words option. Then it will find just the pages with that surname in the one cemetery you indicated. 

Babcock Hill Cemetery

Windham Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania

Babcock Cemetery is located on Babcock Road, approximately one mile north of the main road and is on the right side of the roadway next to a farmhouse.  Spaces throughout the cemetery indicate possible other burials, but no evidence of gravestones presently exist.  Cemetery listing compiled by Gordon D. Clark of Forest Lake, PA in May 2000.  Typed by Ruth Bryan.
LAST NAME FIRST NAME DATE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH  AGE INSCRIPTION/RELATIONSHIP/COMMENTS
BABCOCK (Jr.) Benjamin  4/22/1782 1/25/1857    
BROWNSON Anna 5/4/1789 12/25/1872   His Wife
BABCOCK  Andrew J. 8/18/1819 3/29/1870    
BABCOCK Ellen N. 6/1/1817 10/9/1843   His Wife
ARCHIBALD (BABCOCK) Valeria Ann 9/7/1821 7/19/1896    
BABCOCK Caroline 11/22/1823 6/15/1826    
BABCOCK Joanna 9/5/1823 9/6/1826    
BROWNSON Isaac 7/27/1758 8/23/1853   Revolutionary War marker and flag. Local tradition says that Isaac was adjuntant to Gen. George Washington.
BROWNSON Joanna 2/28/1764 10/24/1842    
          Note: All of the above inscriptions are on one four sided marker with about an eight foot high spire on it.
HICKS Homer William 2/2/1920 7/25/1995   Married June 14, 1941. S2 U.S. Navy WW II. WW II marker and flag.
HICKS Clarissa Theis Apr. 1920     His Wife
FARMER Thomas   6/24/1835 81y 3m Revolutionary War marker and flag. 
FARMER Miss Mary   5/30/1833 48y 1m 15d Daughter of Thomas FARMER. "Go home my friends, dry up your tears, I must lie here til Christ appears."
KUHLMAN Ernest J. 1925 1982    
KUHLMAN Patricia 1931     His Wife
KUHLMAN Otto H. 1/16/1919 2/15/1994    
KUHLMAN Gladys M. 5/30/1925     His Wife
ROGERS Nathaniel   Dec. 1838 64y War of 1812 marker and flag.
ROGERS Roanna   3/1/1847   His Wife "The weary one, her race has run, her master called, her work was done, so joyfully she went her way, to that great realm of endless day."
ROGERS Susanna   6/23/1841 68y 7d Widow of James ROGERS.
GATES Nathaniel   8/27/1868 78y  
GATES Nancy   4/3/18__   His Wife (Year of death unreadable).
PLUM John 1/26/1765 11/10/1850   N.Y. Militia Revolutionary War. Revolutionary War marker and flag (VA stone)
TAYLOR Huldah   2/15/1830 6y Daughter of Israel & Thirza TAYLOR.
MERRILL Thomas 2/13/1811 8/13/1887    
MERRILL Elizabeth 2/8/1810 10/18/1858   His Wife
Subj:  Plums in Bradford Co.
Date:  05/17/2004 5:25:05 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From:    dcwombat@cablespeed.com (Donald C. Wilson)
To:    JoyceTice@aol.com

Dear Joyce,

Thank you for all of your efforts in maintaining the Tri-county Website. Because of you, my wife and I were able to visit the gravesite of my ancestor, John Plum, in Babcock Hill Cemetery, Windham Township, Bradford Co., PA the end of last month. The cemetery was beautiful, with daffodils and myrtle in bloom. I have attached two pictures of John's headstone and one of his granddaughter Huldah, who is buried next to him. I hope you are able to open them. They are in Image Expert. John was a Revolutionary War veteran, and a medallion and a flag denotes that. The flag was relatively new, so someone is making sure that they are maintained, and I am grateful for that.

Thanks again,
Don Wilson

This is the Kuhlman Cemetery

BEST    Patricia Kuhlman, 70, of Windham, Pa., passed away Wednesday, November 20,2002, at Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, PA. She was born on November 21, 1931, the daughter of the late Harvey and Jenny (Coleman) Best.  She was predeceased by her husband Ernest J. Kuhlman in 1982.  Patricia is survived by her two daughters and sons-in-law, Elizabeth and John Whitmore, Windham, Faith and Tom Hundley, Palmer, AK; her two sons and daughter-in-law, Mark and Connie Kuhlman, Windham; E. Daniel Kuhlman, Windham; her seven grandchildren, Daniel Williams, Nicole Crawford, Esther Hundley, John Hundley, Abbie Kuhlman, Erica Kuhlman, and Michala Kuhlman; her sisters and brothers-in-law, Carol and Kenneth Cotton, Tioga Center, NY, Ruth and Wendell Garrison, Nichols, NY, Mary and Karl Rude, Sayre, PA; and also many nieces and nephews.  Patricia enjoyed gardening and took great pride in her Japanese Garden. She also enjoyed rug hooking, and was an avid collector of many things. Patricia loved to travel and one of her greatest memories was building and living in a log cabin in Alaska with her family. She was a faithful and devoted member of the Zion Lutheran Church, in Owego, NY.
She was also a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and the Lutheran Women's Missionary League. Patricia especially loved the Lord, and her family.  Funeral services will be held at the Zion Lutheran Church, Rte 17c West, Owego, NY on Saturday, November 23, 2002, at 10:00 a.m., with Rev. David D. Heitner, pastor, officiating.  Burial will follow in Babcock Hill Cemetery, Windham, Pa. Friends are invited to call at Richards Funeral Home, Rt. 17c West, Owego, NY, on Friday evening, from 6 to 9 p.m.  In lieu of flowers, please direct memorial contributions to the Zion Lutheran Church and School, 3917 Waverly Rd., Owego, NY 13827.

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