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Read by Pat SMITH Raymond 1999

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. 
Name of Cemetery:    Allen Burial Ground
Read By:  Pat Raymond
Date Read:   July 11. 1999
Typed By:   Pat Raymond
Location:  Charles Nichols Farm - Locust Road, East Smithfield
Other comments: Private Property - Contact owner for permission
NOTE: All I could read on this stone was:  Hero  -  Eld. Sam'l ------ who died 18??  (Could be Hills? But think last letter is G
NOTE: Would estimate 30 or more burials, many marked by fieldstone.  Children who showed up  while I was there told me there were more stones in woods, but I was unable to find them.
Last Name First Name Date of Birth Date of Death AGE Inscription/RELATIONSHIP/COMMENTS
Allen Carrie H.   Aug.8. 1861 1mo. 8da This reading is questionable/Hard to read
Allen Dea. David   June 28.1825 85 yrs  
Allen Nathan   Dec.20.1816 78 yrs  
Allen Warren   Jan.23.1861 41y 8m 3d GAR Marker
Allen Eunice H.   Feb.11.1854 33y 9m 23d w/o Warren Allen
Allen Achsa H.   Nov.20.1867 50 yrs w/o Warren Allen
Hackett Asa   May 17.1847 75y10m25d  
Hackett Kezia   May 5. 1843 76y 1m 19d w/o Asa Hackett
Hackett Ruth   Oct.26.1827 21 yrs d/o Asa & Kezia Hackett
Hall Jonathan   June 23. 1831 45y 7m 10d  
Hall Ira T.   Oct.20.1816 22y 6m  
Hall Joel T.   Apr. 22.1822    
Hall Jonathan,Jr.   June 8.1854 10y 9m 26d  
Lynn Tabatha       w/o John D. Lynn (Reading questionable)
Satterlee William   Dec.8.1810 20 yrs Death is a debt to nature due I have paid the debt for me & you. GAR Marker (?) 
Wilcox Stephen       U.S. Soldier - War of 1812
Wilcox Polly   Mar. 18.1830   Year may be 1850?
Wilcox Henry       No dates (Probably same as below)
Wilcox H.A.       Co. C 8th CAV INF (GAR marker)
Additional information sent in by Carlton Wolfe
Wilcox Stephen 28Nov1792       1
Wilcox Mary(Polly)ALLEN 15Aug1796 188_ 84y +   1, 2
Key to Sources - 1.  Pioneer & Patriot Families of Bradford Co., PA
1770-1825 by Heverly   2. Cemetery visit with tombstone readings.  3.
The Kelloggs in The New World by Timothy Hopkins, Sunset Press Photo
Engraving Co., San Francisco, 1901. 
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2003 11:23 PM
Subject: Wilcox family

                       Dear Joyce Tice,
Just a letter to let you know how well I enjoyed your web site.  My name is Robert J. Wilcox,  great-great-great son of Stephen Wilcox. I still live on the original Wilcox farm first bought by Stephen Wilcox on 7 November 1814.  I have in my possession the Wilcox family history book put together by my great aunt Hazel Wilcox,  Wife of great uncle Claude.  In looking at some of your web site,  I noticed some of your info was missing in on the Wilcox family, and wanted to added it to your great site.

                     "Stephen Wilcox was born on 28 November 1792 in Ashford,  Connecticut,  came from Halifax,  Vermont to Smithfield Township,  Bradford County,  Pennsylvania in 1812."   He died on 9 September 1874.  He married Polly Allen,  born on 18 august 1796,  who died on 18 march 1850.  They were both buried in the "Allen cemetery" (that's what your web site calls it),  Aunt Hazel called it the "Wood cemetery."

                     The Henry Wilcox that you have in your web site, in the Allen cemetery,  is Stephen Wilcox's son,  who served in Co. G,  6th Cavalry, Inf.  Aunt Hazel didn't have any dates for him.

                     I'm not sure that this is any help,  if it is,  I have a lot more,  and would be glad to help in any way I could.
                                                                                                         sincerely yours,

                                                                                                         Robert J.  Wilcox

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Published On Tri-Counties Site On 07/12/1999
By Joyce M. Tice
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