Tri-Counties Genealogy & History by Joyce M. Tice
Pierce Burial Ground, Smithfield Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania
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Recorded in April 18, 1974
Typed by Fay TILLER Morgan
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. 

See also - Bradford County Cemetery Addresses

 Cemetery on hill in hay field southwest of Ayers Corners near East Smithfield Bradford Co Pa. Ayers Corners is where Berwick Turnpike crosses East Smithfield- Troy Road. Read Apr 18 1974.

I am assuming this is the cemetery referred to as William Pierce cemetery in 1996 Bradford county History
Fay TILLER Morgan sent in this material June 1997

C.E.Pierce d Oct 12 1883 ae 73yrs


Sarah w/o Abiram Pierce d May 7 1847 ae 61yrs

Dezire w/o James Satterlee d June 4 1848 ae 80yrs


(these three are on the base which stands: the

spire has fallen and has:)

A Pierce d Oct 17 1860 ae 71yrs

(can't see the bottom)


Wm s Pierce d Apr 22 1878 ae 66yrs


Our Georgianna d/o Wm s & S Pierce

d Apr 20 1857 9yrs 24das


    This will teach me to check the website before I go hiking off into hay fields to check cemeteries!!!!!!
     Tonight I hiked up to the hill near my house where the Pierce/Satterlee cemetery is to check it.  I bet this cemetery used to be beautiful.  It has a wrought iron fence all around it, and it is absolutely full of woodchuck holes and rose bushes (WITH thorns).  Also has branches down in it, and the one monument is on its face and unreadable now.  Also unmoveable.  Then I get home and check Joyce's site, and find it is already there.......Oh well, was
a nice night for a hike.
        Pat Raymond