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Located in Richmond Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, east of Route 549 and about one mile from Powers Corners (junction of Route 6 and Route 549). The cemetery is several hundred yards from Route 549 and can be seen from the road on a wooded glacial knoll enclosed by a stone and iron fence surrounded by pasture. The fenced area encloses a much larger area than the nine members of the Ripley family who are interred there. All have individual markers, except for P. S. Ripley and his wife Lorena Webster. Markers copied Sept 1983 by J. Kelsey Jones.
Deeded as Broderick Cemetery which makes NO SENSE at all since there
are none of that name in here.
|RIPLEY||Rev. N. H. Ripley d. Sept 16, 1847 76y 4m 11d|
|Sally Ripley d. Apr 4, 1854 59y 9m 9d|
|P. S. Ripley Mar 24, 1812 Apr 14, 1895|
|Lorena Webster wife of P. S. Ripley June 24, 1817 June 3, 1888|
|Joel son of P. S. & Lorena Ripley d. April 1, 1844 1y 8m 19d|
|Bertha J., dau of P. S. & Lorena Ripley d. Aug 20, 1872 9y 7m 1d|
|C. C. Ripley 1848 1917|
|Lucretia Ripley Aug 15, 1809 Mar 9, 1882|
|Lucy A., wife of J. B. Rumsey d. Jan 18, 1873 27y 10m 9d|
Page Published On Tri-Counties Site On 02/18/2001
By Joyce M. Tice
From Volume 1 of Tioga County Cemeteries ed. Rhoda ENGLISH Ladd 1970s
Tom Wetmore of Wellsboro retyped this for the web page November 1997
This cemetery is located on Rte 539 north of Rte 6 and near the Sullivan Township border. It is on a wooded mound in the middle of the pasture to the east of the road on property that belongs to Walter and Priscilla Sherman
|Ripley||Lorena WEBSTER||6/24/1817||1888||w/o P. S.|
|Ripley||Joel||1844||Age 1||s/o P. S. and Lorena|
|Ripley||Bertha||1872||Age 19||d/o P. S. and Lorena|
|Ripley||Rev. N. H.||1847||Age 76|
|Ripley||Lucy A.||1873||Age 27|
Published on Tri-Counties 24 NOV 1997
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