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Harrell, Benjamin - 1850

1850 mortality schedule recorded between 01-Jun-1849 and 31-May-1850.  Items marked with an * are defined at the end.

Name: Benjamin Harrell
Age: 13 months
Sex: Male
Month of Death: March
State of Birth: Tennessee
Occupation:
Cause of Death: Inflamed Stomach

~ Carroll County Tennessee 1850 Mortality Schedule

Mabus, William - 1937

Public Sale of valuable Farm Implements and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale along Bethlehem-Bath Pike, about two miles north of Bethlehem, on Wednesday, March 17th, 1937 at 1:00 P. M., the following to wit; Eureka potato planter, potato cutter, Yellow Jacket sprayer, Hoover potato digger, Boggs potato grader, 150 potato crates, platform scale, 1-horse weeder, Babcock Weed Hog harrow, Superior lime and fertilizer sower, hay carrier with fork, rope and pulleys, 2-horse scoop, tractor scoop, dump cart, 3 bu. clover seed, Whippet coupe in good condition.

Othello enameled range, double heater, Superfex oil burner heater, electric heater, electric cleaner, R. C. A. radio, piano, chairs, rockers, tables, carpets, Brussel rugs, floor oilcloth, dishes, cooking utensils, canned fruit, bed suite, bed springs, Aladdin hanging lamp, plush auto robe and many other articles.
                                Walter T. Huber
Wm. Mabus, Auct.
Truman Bittenbender, Clerk
                                220-G
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Pubic Sale of valuable Farm Stock
The undersigned will offer at public sale along highway leading from Bethlehem to Nazareth, at Hecktown, on Thursday, March 1, 1937 at 1 P. M., the following to wit: Grey team of horses, brown mare; 14 head of cattle consisting of Guernseys and Holsteins, 6 fresh at time of sale, and some close springers.
Ontario disc grain drill like new, used only 2 seasons; 2 Oliver walking plows, like new; Oliver sulky plow, one 3-section Oliver harrow, like new; Oliver weeder, like new; corn binder, grain binder 7 ft cut, Messinger 22 in. thresher, carrier type, mounted, in good condition; Fordson tractor, milk cans, buckets, strainer, one 100 ft. hay rope, fork and pulley, grass mower, corn planter, 2 cultivators, cultipacker, hay rake, wagon hitch, hay ladders, one 600 lb. platform scale, corn sheller, corn stalk crusher, potato digger, 3 sets harness, bridles, lines, traces, collars, chains, forks, shovels, seed sower, 3-gallon spray, double trees, meat grinder, sausage stuffer, 2-gallon size; iron kettle, a lot of wire fence, like new; and many other articles too numerous to mention.
Terms will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                Robert Oplinger
Wm. Mabus, Auct.
T. M. Bittenbender, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on road leading from Wm. Penn Highway to Freemans road, near Country Club, on the Hiram Uhler farm, on Thursday, March 18th, 1937 at 1 P. M., the following to wit:

Four horses; 19 head of cattle, 16 milk cows, fresh and close springers, 2 heifers, fresh by time of sale, 1 fat bull, 1 stock bull; 2 brood sows, 1 seed hog, 11 shoats, 3 geese, 3 guineas, chickens by the pound.

Farm Machinery
Threshing machine, blower and self-feeder, grain drill, grain binder, Farmall tractor, land roller, hay rake, hay tedder, wood saw, fanning mill, cutter and shredder, grab fork, rope and pulley, 2 sets harness, single harness, bridles, lines and collars, 2 riding cultivators, 2 mowing machines, disc, tractor harrow, harrow, single harrow, smoothing harrow, 3 heavy wagons, hay racks, hay by the ton, 300-gallon water tank, corn sheller, corn planter, tractor plow, 2 Oliver plows, scalding trough, feed boxes, feed troughs and numerous other articles found on a well-stocked farm.
Terms at time and place of sale by
                                R. H. Anglemyer
Wm. Mabus, Auct.
Walter Schiegel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 6

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on the road leading from Plainfield Church to Ackermanville, on the farm known as the Frank Wetzel farm, on Tuesday, March 16, 1937 at 1 P. M., the following, to wit:

Three horses, 1 gray horse, 8 yrs. old, weighing 1400 lbs., 1 black horse, 12 years old, weighing 1400 lbs., and 1 black horse, 14 years old, weighing 1200 lbs.; 19 head of cattle, 12 milk cows, mostly fresh by time of sale, 5 heifers and 2 stock bulls; 25 chickens.

Farm Machinery
Two 2-horse wagons, one with rack and one with body; McCormick binder, 7 ft. cut; Osborne corn binder, International manure spreader, McCormick drill, 10 tubes; 2 grass mowers, 1 McCormick and one Deering; Simplex corn planter, Oliver riding plow, walking plow, International cultivator, hand cultivator, Oliver tractor plow, hay rake, hay tedder, land roller, one 3-section spring tooth harrow, spike harrow, corn sheller, Messinger thresher, 26 in. with carrier; Dodge belt power engine, Dilinger corn stalk shredder, Dilinger feed grinder, 3 sets harness, 4 bridles, 5 collars, hay rope 125 ft. long, 2 sets of traces, double trees, shovels, rakes, forks, corn by the ton, a lof ot milk cans and pails.  The above machinery is practically new.

Household Goods
Beechwood range and many other articles too numerous to mention.

Terms will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                Howard Kessler
Wm. Mabus, Auct.
Walter Schiegel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 7

Huber, Walter - 1937

Public Sale of valuable Farm Implements and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale along Bethlehem-Bath Pike, about two miles north of Bethlehem, on Wednesday, March 17th, 1937 at 1:00 P. M., the following to wit; Eureka potato planter, potato cutter, Yellow Jacket sprayer, Hoover potato digger, Boggs potato grader, 150 potato crates, platform scale, 1-horse weeder, Babcock Weed Hog harrow, Superior lime and fertilizer sower, hay carrier with fork, rope and pulleys, 2-horse scoop, tractor scoop, dump cart, 3 bu. clover seed, Whippet coupe in good condition.

Othello enameled range, double heater, Superfex oil burner heater, electric heater, electric cleaner, R. C. A. radio, piano, chairs, rockers, tables, carpets, Brussel rugs, floor oilcloth, dishes, cooking utensils, canned fruit, bed suite, bed springs, Aladdin hanging lamp, plush auto robe and many other articles.
                                Walter T. Huber
Wm. Mabus, Auct.
Truman Bittenbender, Clerk
                                220-G
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Ceban, James - 1937

Sale Register
March 29th  - Public sale of farm stock along road leading from Shimersville to Glendon, near Lutz Schoolhouse by James Ceban.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Rohrbach, Effie M. - 1937

Sale Register
Mar. 24 - Public sale of farm stock and household goods along blacktop road leading from Newburg to Easton by Effie M. Rohrbach.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Messinger, Charles B. - 1937

Sale Register
March 20 - Public sale of farm stock and implements along Belfast-Wind Gap pike, at Edelman's Crossing by Charles B Messinger.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Newell, Willis - 1937

Sale Register
March 20th- Public sale of valuable farm stock and household goods at the Cedar Grove Dairy Farm, Monroe County, Hamilton Township, 1 mile from Kemmerertown, along Popular Valley road, 5 miles south of Stroudsburg by Willis Newell.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Stuber, Robert E. - 1937

Sale Register
March 20th  - Public sale of farm stock and household goods along road leading from Nazareth to Bushkill Centre at Cherry Hill, by Robert E. Stuber.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Plebul, John - 1937

Sale Register
March 19 - Public sale of valuable farm stock along highway between Martins Creek and Bangor, near Adam Sandt's Grist Mill by John Plebul.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock along highway between Martins Creek and Bangor, near the Grist Mill formerly operated by Adam Sandt, on Friday, March 19th, 1937 at 1 P. M., the following, to wit:

Two head of horses, 1 Sorrel horse, 14 years old, weighing 1600 lbs., 1 Grey horse, 14 years old, weighing 1500 lbs., both good workers.
Six head of cattle, some fresh by time of sale, all heavy milkers, mostly Jerseys and Guernseys, very good testers; one 9-month old Guernsey bull.
Some chickens by the pound, one turkey hen.

Farm Machinery

One 6 ft. Champion grain binder, 6 ft. Moline mower, 5 ft. Osborne mower, 8 ft New McCormick hay rake, 6-prong hay tedder, 2-horse wagon and hay rack complete, 8-tube Farmers Favorite grain drill, Simplex corn planter, single corn planter, single cultivator, 2 Oliver No. 40 walking plows, Oliver No. 84 riding plow, Cle Track tractor, Case 16 in. bottom tractor plow used only to plow 5 acres, a right and left plow, Messinger 22 in. threshing machine mounted with bagger and straw carrier complete; one-horse wagon and body, new wagon body, spring tooth harrow, 60 tooth smoothing harrow, 6 h. p. Galloway engine on truck with saw complete; 12 h. p. Messinger engine on truck, No. 10 New Holland feed mill, No. 6-1/2 New Holland feed mill, platform mill scale, feed chests, wheelbarrow, heavy set of lead gear harness, singe harness, bridles, collars and lines,  full line of blacksmith shop equipment, hay by the ton, oats by the bu., corn by the ton.  A lot forks, rakes, shovels, traces, ropes and many other items not mentioned on a well stocked farm.  Something for everybody.

Conditions on day of sale by
                                John Plebul
T. M. Kunkle, Auct.
W. R. Kunkle, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 7

Sandt, Adam - 1937

Sale Register
March 19 - Public sale of valuable farm stock along highway between Martins Creek and Bangor, near Adam Sandt's Grist Mill by John Plebul.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock along highway between Martins Creek and Bangor, near the Grist Mill formerly operated by Adam Sandt, on Friday, March 19th, 1937 at 1 P. M., the following, to wit:

Two head of horses, 1 Sorrel horse, 14 years old, weighing 1600 lbs., 1 Grey horse, 14 years old, weighing 1500 lbs., both good workers.
Six head of cattle, some fresh by time of sale, all heavy milkers, mostly Jerseys and Guernseys, very good testers; one 9-month old Guernsey bull.
Some chickens by the pound, one turkey hen.

Farm Machinery

One 6 ft. Champion grain binder, 6 ft. Moline mower, 5 ft. Osborne mower, 8 ft New McCormick hay rake, 6-prong hay tedder, 2-horse wagon and hay rack complete, 8-tube Farmers Favorite grain drill, Simplex corn planter, single corn planter, single cultivator, 2 Oliver No. 40 walking plows, Oliver No. 84 riding plow, Cle Track tractor, Case 16 in. bottom tractor plow used only to plow 5 acres, a right and left plow, Messinger 22 in. threshing machine mounted with bagger and straw carrier complete; one-horse wagon and body, new wagon body, spring tooth harrow, 60 tooth smoothing harrow, 6 h. p. Galloway engine on truck with saw complete; 12 h. p. Messinger engine on truck, No. 10 New Holland feed mill, No. 6-1/2 New Holland feed mill, platform mill scale, feed chests, wheelbarrow, heavy set of lead gear harness, singe harness, bridles, collars and lines,  full line of blacksmith shop equipment, hay by the ton, oats by the bu., corn by the ton.  A lot forks, rakes, shovels, traces, ropes and many other items not mentioned on a well stocked farm.  Something for everybody.

Conditions on day of sale by
John Plebul
T. M. Kunkle, Auct.
W. R. Kunkle, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 7

Anglemyer, R. H. - 1937

Sale Register
March 18th - Public sale of farm stock on road leading from Wm. Penn Highway to Freemans road, near Country Club, on farm, known as Hiram Uhler farm, by R. H. Anglemyer.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Sale Register
March 27th- Public sale of household goods on road leading from Wm. Penn Highway to Freemans road,near Country Club, on farm known as Hiram Uhler farm, by R. H. Anglemyer.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on road leading from Wm. Penn Highway to Freemans road, near Country Club, on the Hiram Uhler farm, on Thursday, March 18th, 1937 at 1 P. M., the following to wit:

Four horses; 19 head of cattle, 16 milk cows, fresh and close springers, 2 heifers, fresh by time of sale, 1 fat bull, 1 stock bull; 2 brood sows, 1 seed hog, 11 shoats, 3 geese, 3 guineas, chickens by the pound.

Farm Machinery
Threshing machine, blower and self-feeder, grain drill, grain binder, Farmall tractor, land roller, hay rake, hay tedder, wood saw, fanning mill, cutter and shredder, grab fork, rope and pulley, 2 sets harness, single harness, bridles, lines and collars, 2 riding cultivators, 2 mowing machines, disc, tractor harrow, harrow, single harrow, smoothing harrow, 3 heavy wagons, hay racks, hay by the ton, 300-gallon water tank, corn sheller, corn planter, tractor plow, 2 Oliver plows, scalding trough, feed boxes, feed troughs and numerous other articles found on a well-stocked farm.
Terms at time and place of sale by
                                R. H. Anglemyer
Wm. Mabus, Auct.
Walter Schiegel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 6

Uhler, Hiram - 1937

Sale Register
March 18th - Public sale of farm stock on road leading from Wm. Penn Highway to Freemans road, near Country Club, on farm, known as Hiram Uhler farm, by R. H. Anglemyer.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Sale Register
March 27th- Public sale of household goods on road leading from Wm. Penn Highway to Freemans road,near Country Club, on farm known as Hiram Uhler farm, by R. H. Anglemyer.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on road leading from Wm. Penn Highway to Freemans road, near Country Club, on the Hiram Uhler farm, on Thursday, March 18th, 1937 at 1 P. M., the following to wit:

Four horses; 19 head of cattle, 16 milk cows, fresh and close springers, 2 heifers, fresh by time of sale, 1 fat bull, 1 stock bull; 2 brood sows, 1 seed hog, 11 shoats, 3 geese, 3 guineas, chickens by the pound.

Farm Machinery
Threshing machine, blower and self-feeder, grain drill, grain binder, Farmall tractor, land roller, hay rake, hay tedder, wood saw, fanning mill, cutter and shredder, grab fork, rope and pulley, 2 sets harness, single harness, bridles, lines and collars, 2 riding cultivators, 2 mowing machines, disc, tractor harrow, harrow, single harrow, smoothing harrow, 3 heavy wagons, hay racks, hay by the ton, 300-gallon water tank, corn sheller, corn planter, tractor plow, 2 Oliver plows, scalding trough, feed boxes, feed troughs and numerous other articles found on a well-stocked farm.
Terms at time and place of sale by
                                R. H. Anglemyer
Wm. Mabus, Auct.
Walter Schiegel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 6

Lockard, William - 1937

Sale Register
Mar. 17 - Pubic sale of farm stock and household goods along the Richmond Road leading from Easton to Martins Creek, known as the Lovene Uhler farm by William Lockard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on the William Lockard farm known as the Lovene Uhler farm, on the Richmond Road between Easton and Martins Creek, on Wednesday, March 17, 1937 at 1 P. M. the following to wit:
One bay horse, 12 years old; 5 milk cows, 1 fresh at time of sale, 1 heifer, 1 year old; 8 shoats, Black Berkshire; Chickens by the lb.

Farm Implements
Two 2-horse wagons, 1 with combination body; 1 hack wagon, 1 Fordson tractor in good running order; John Deere tractor plow, Empire 10-hoe grain drill with fertilizer attachment, 2 spring tooth harrows, 1 spike harrow, 1 combination harrow, 1 McCormick binder 7 ft. cut, McCormick mower, Iron Age potato planter, land roller, Hoover potato digger, Oliver riding plow, walking plow, John Deere riding cultivator, New McCormick hay rake, Ideal manure spreader, 2-horse corn planter, hay tedder, hay fork with rope and pulleys, fanning mill, bag truck, circle saw and frame, barrel sprayer, pig troughs, cow and log chains, forks, rakes and shovels, 2 sets breeching harness and other harness bridles, halters and lines, 4 10-gal. milk cans, milk strainer, 2 new milk pails, iron kettle, copper kettle with patent stirrer, butchering stove, butchering tools, Alfalfa hay by the ton, 100 bushels oats.

Household Goods
One old-fashioned bureau, old-fashioned Secretary, 200 years old, chairs, and other household goods.

Terms will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                William Lockard
Clarence Huber, Auct.
Walter Schiegel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 6

Uhler, Lovene - 1937

Sale Register
Mar. 17 - Pubic sale of farm stock and household goods along the Richmond Road leading from Easton to Martins Creek, known as the Lovene Uhler farm by William Lockard.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on the William Lockard farm known as the Lovene Uhler farm, on the Richmond Road between Easton and Martins Creek, on Wednesday, March 17, 1937 at 1 P. M. the following to wit:
One bay horse, 12 years old; 5 milk cows, 1 fresh at time of sale, 1 heifer, 1 year old; 8 shoats, Black Berkshire; Chickens by the lb.

Farm Implements
Two 2-horse wagons, 1 with combination body; 1 hack wagon, 1 Fordson tractor in good running order; John Deere tractor plow, Empire 10-hoe grain drill with fertilizer attachment, 2 spring tooth harrows, 1 spike harrow, 1 combination harrow, 1 McCormick binder 7 ft. cut, McCormick mower, Iron Age potato planter, land roller, Hoover potato digger, Oliver riding plow, walking plow, John Deere riding cultivator, New McCormick hay rake, Ideal manure spreader, 2-horse corn planter, hay tedder, hay fork with rope and pulleys, fanning mill, bag truck, circle saw and frame, barrel sprayer, pig troughs, cow and log chains, forks, rakes and shovels, 2 sets breeching harness and other harness bridles, halters and lines, 4 10-gal. milk cans, milk strainer, 2 new milk pails, iron kettle, copper kettle with patent stirrer, butchering stove, butchering tools, Alfalfa hay by the ton, 100 bushels oats.

Household Goods
One old-fashioned bureau, old-fashioned Secretary, 200 years old, chairs, and other household goods.

Terms will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                William Lockard
Clarence Huber, Auct.
Walter Schiegel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 6

Fehnel, Howard W. - 1937

Sale Register
Mar. 16 - Public sale of farm stock at Bushkill Park by Howard W. Fehnel.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on the Thomas Fehnel farm at Bushkill Park, on Tuesday, March 16, 1937 at 12 o'clock noon sharp, the following to wit:

Farm Stock
Six head of horses, sorrel team, 5 and 7 years old weighing 3500 lbs., no better team in the county; dark bay team, 7 and 9 years old weighing 3650 lbs., a splendid team; black horse 8 years old, a good worker, weighing 1400 lbs.; Strawberry roan horse, 18 years old weighing 1400 lbs., a fine worker.

22 head of cattle, 15 head of milk cows, mostly Holsteins and a few Guernseys, all young cows and heavy milkers; ? head of heifers, due with calves by the time of sale, a nice bunch of heifers; fat bull weighing 1500 lbs. and a nice stock bull weighing 1000 lbs.

7 head of <?> weighing 100 lbs.

Farm Machinery
Farmall tractor, F-30, used only 2 years, in perfect condition; John Deere, tractor plow, Oliver disc tractor plow, 8 ft. Case tractor disc, 22-36 All-Steel Case thresher with high grain elevator and blower mounted complete, works to perfection, used only a few years; McCormick Deering hay loader, I. H. C. side delivery hay rake, 8 ft. hay rake, 6 ft. Osborne mower, 6 ft. Massey-Harris mower, Black Hawk manure spreader, 8 ft. McCormick-Deering grain binder, 10-tube Ontario grain drill with fertilizer attachment, McCormick-Deering corn binder, Bullseye corn planter and Case corn planter, 2 riding cultivators, 2 Syracuse No. 402 walking plows, Syracuse riding plow, 2 spring tooth harrows, 60-tooth smoothing harrow, combination harrow and roller, Letz feed mill with elevator, grinds all kinds of feed; hammermill, wagon with hay rack complete, wagon with body complete, lot of feed chests, hay track, fork and pulleys, 2 sets heavy bridging harness, 4 sets of heavy lead gear harness, 3 sets of bridles, collars, check lines and single lines, traces, breast chains, raker, forks, shovels and many other small items used on a well-equipped farm.

Household Goods
Eight 10-gallon milk cans, 2 milk strainers, 5 milk pails, sinks, cupboards, and many other items not mentioned.
Don't miss this sale as this is the largest sale of the season.  Something for everybody.
Conditions will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                Howard Fehnel
T. M. Kunkle, Auct.
W. R. Kunkel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 6

Kessler, Howard - 1937

Sale Register
Mar. 16 - Pubic sale of farm stock along road leading from Plainfield Church to Ackermanville, known as the Frank Wetzel Farm by Howard Kessler.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on the road leading from Plainfield Church to Ackermanville, on the farm known as the Frank Wetzel farm, on Tuesday, March 16, 1937 at 1 P. M., the following, to wit:

Three horses, 1 gray horse, 8 yrs. old, weighing 1400 lbs., 1 black horse, 12 years old, weighing 1400 lbs., and 1 black horse, 14 years old, weighing 1200 lbs.; 19 head of cattle, 12 milk cows, mostly fresh by time of sale, 5 heifers and 2 stock bulls; 25 chickens.

Farm Machinery
Two 2-horse wagons, one with rack and one with body; McCormick binder, 7 ft. cut; Osborne corn binder, International manure spreader, McCormick drill, 10 tubes; 2 grass mowers, 1 McCormick and one Deering; Simplex corn planter, Oliver riding plow, walking plow, International cultivator, hand cultivator, Oliver tractor plow, hay rake, hay tedder, land roller, one 3-section spring tooth harrow, spike harrow, corn sheller, Messinger thresher, 26 in. with carrier; Dodge belt power engine, Dilinger corn stalk shredder, Dilinger feed grinder, 3 sets harness, 4 bridles, 5 collars, hay rope 125 ft. long, 2 sets of traces, double trees, shovels, rakes, forks, corn by the ton, a lof ot milk cans and pails.  The above machinery is practically new.

Household Goods
Beechwood range and many other articles too numerous to mention.

Terms will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                Howard Kessler
Wm. Mabus, Auct.
Walter Schiegel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 7

Wetzel, Frank - 1937

Sale Register
Mar. 16 - Pubic sale of farm stock along road leading from Plainfield Church to Ackermanville, known as the Frank Wetzel Farm by Howard Kessler.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale on the road leading from Plainfield Church to Ackermanville, on the farm known as the Frank Wetzel farm, on Tuesday, March 16, 1937 at 1 P. M., the following, to wit:

Three horses, 1 gray horse, 8 yrs. old, weighing 1400 lbs., 1 black horse, 12 years old, weighing 1400 lbs., and 1 black horse, 14 years old, weighing 1200 lbs.; 19 head of cattle, 12 milk cows, mostly fresh by time of sale, 5 heifers and 2 stock bulls; 25 chickens.

Farm Machinery
Two 2-horse wagons, one with rack and one with body; McCormick binder, 7 ft. cut; Osborne corn binder, International manure spreader, McCormick drill, 10 tubes; 2 grass mowers, 1 McCormick and one Deering; Simplex corn planter, Oliver riding plow, walking plow, International cultivator, hand cultivator, Oliver tractor plow, hay rake, hay tedder, land roller, one 3-section spring tooth harrow, spike harrow, corn sheller, Messinger thresher, 26 in. with carrier; Dodge belt power engine, Dilinger corn stalk shredder, Dilinger feed grinder, 3 sets harness, 4 bridles, 5 collars, hay rope 125 ft. long, 2 sets of traces, double trees, shovels, rakes, forks, corn by the ton, a lof ot milk cans and pails.  The above machinery is practically new.

Household Goods
Beechwood range and many other articles too numerous to mention.

Terms will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                Howard Kessler
Wm. Mabus, Auct.
Walter Schiegel, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 7

Oplinger, Russell - 1937

Sale Register
March 11 - Public sale of farm stock and farm machinery along highway leading from Bethlehem to Nazareth, at Hecktown, by Russell Oplinger.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Miklos, Frank - 1937

Sale Register
Mar. 6 - Public sale of farm stock along road leading from Stockertown to Schmidt's Schoolhouse, formerly known as the William Richter farm, by Frank Miklos.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale along road leading from Stockertown to Schmidt's Schoolhouse, on farm formerly known as the Wm. Richter farm on Saturday, March <6th?>, 1937 at 12:30 P. M., the following, to wit:

Two head of horses, 1 bay, 9 years old, weighing 1500 lbs.; 1 bay 13 years old, weighing 1600 lbs., both splendid and good workers, 14 head of cattle, 10 milk cows, 2 fresh by the time of sale, mostly Holsteins, a few Guernseys, all heavy milkers mostly all raised by myself; 2 young heifers, 1 nice stock bull, 2 years old.

Farm Machinery
Fordson tractor, works to perfection; one 24-in. Doylestown thresher with blower and cutter, works fine; 7 ft. McCormick-Deering grain binder, only cut 60 acres; 5 ft. McCormick-Deering and one 5 ft. Deering mowers, both in perfect condition; hay rake, set of hay sides, 10-tube Hoosier grain drill, McCormick corn planter, like new; New Idea manure spreader; McCormick riding cultivator, single cultivator, harrow and roller combined; spring harrow, 60 tooth smoothing harrow, Rice potato digger, Oliver right and left riding plow, Oliver No. 40 plow, land roller, wooden drag, two 2-horse wagons with bodies complete, set heavy breeching harness with bridles, collars and lines, corn by the ton, 100 bu. oats by the bushel, hay by the ton, 8 milk cans, lot of other little items not mentioned.
All machinery in perfect working order.

- Everything Must Be Sold -
Conditions will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                Frank Miklos
T. M. Kunkle, Auct.
W. R. Kunkle, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 7

Richter, William - 1937

Sale Register
Mar. 6 - Public sale of farm stock along road leading from Stockertown to Schmidt's Schoolhouse, formerly known as the William Richter farm, by Frank Miklos.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 5

Public Sale of valuable Farm Stock and Household Goods
The undersigned will offer at public sale along road leading from Stockertown to Schmidt's Schoolhouse, on farm formerly known as the Wm. Richter farm on Saturday, March <6th?>, 1937 at 12:30 P. M., the following, to wit:

Two head of horses, 1 bay, 9 years old, weighing 1500 lbs.; 1 bay 13 years old, weighing 1600 lbs., both splendid and good workers, 14 head of cattle, 10 milk cows, 2 fresh by the time of sale, mostly Holsteins, a few Guernseys, all heavy milkers mostly all raised by myself; 2 young heifers, 1 nice stock bull, 2 years old.

Farm Machinery
Fordson tractor, works to perfection; one 24-in. Doylestown thresher with blower and cutter, works fine; 7 ft. McCormick-Deering grain binder, only cut 60 acres; 5 ft. McCormick-Deering and one 5 ft. Deering mowers, both in perfect condition; hay rake, set of hay sides, 10-tube Hoosier grain drill, McCormick corn planter, like new; New Idea manure spreader; McCormick riding cultivator, single cultivator, harrow and roller combined; spring harrow, 60 tooth smoothing harrow, Rice potato digger, Oliver right and left riding plow, Oliver No. 40 plow, land roller, wooden drag, two 2-horse wagons with bodies complete, set heavy breeching harness with bridles, collars and lines, corn by the ton, 100 bu. oats by the bushel, hay by the ton, 8 milk cans, lot of other little items not mentioned.
All machinery in perfect working order.

- Everything Must Be Sold -
Conditions will be made known at time and place of sale by
                                Frank Miklos
T. M. Kunkle, Auct.
W. R. Kunkle, Clerk

~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 7, Column 7

Cressman, Virgil - 1937

Stockertown
The Well Worth While Society on Monday evening celebrated their Ninth Anniversary by presenting a play by members of the group.  The following officers were elected for the coming year; President Harry Lichtenwalner; Vice-President William Carling; Secretary Emma Sours; Assistant Secretary, Kathryn Lehr, Financial Secretary, Mary Eilenberger Treasurer, Paul Clewell, Historian, Walter Pysher; Pianist Evelyn Bauman; Auditors, Janson Hildenbrandt, Robert Siebler and Virgil Cressman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Siebler, Robert - 1937

Stockertown
The Well Worth While Society on Monday evening celebrated their Ninth Anniversary by presenting a play by members of the group.  The following officers were elected for the coming year; President Harry Lichtenwalner; Vice-President William Carling; Secretary Emma Sours; Assistant Secretary, Kathryn Lehr, Financial Secretary, Mary Eilenberger Treasurer, Paul Clewell, Historian, Walter Pysher; Pianist Evelyn Bauman; Auditors, Janson Hildenbrandt, Robert Siebler and Virgil Cressman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Hildenbrandt, Janson - 1937

Stockertown
The Well Worth While Society on Monday evening celebrated their Ninth Anniversary by presenting a play by members of the group.  The following officers were elected for the coming year; President Harry Lichtenwalner; Vice-President William Carling; Secretary Emma Sours; Assistant Secretary, Kathryn Lehr, Financial Secretary, Mary Eilenberger Treasurer, Paul Clewell, Historian, Walter Pysher; Pianist Evelyn Bauman; Auditors, Janson Hildenbrandt, Robert Siebler and Virgil Cressman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Bauman, Evelyn - 1937

Stockertown
The Well Worth While Society on Monday evening celebrated their Ninth Anniversary by presenting a play by members of the group.  The following officers were elected for the coming year; President Harry Lichtenwalner; Vice-President William Carling; Secretary Emma Sours; Assistant Secretary, Kathryn Lehr, Financial Secretary, Mary Eilenberger Treasurer, Paul Clewell, Historian, Walter Pysher; Pianist Evelyn Bauman; Auditors, Janson Hildenbrandt, Robert Siebler and Virgil Cressman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Pysher, Walter - 1937

Stockertown
The Well Worth While Society on Monday evening celebrated their Ninth Anniversary by presenting a play by members of the group.  The following officers were elected for the coming year; President Harry Lichtenwalner; Vice-President William Carling; Secretary Emma Sours; Assistant Secretary, Kathryn Lehr, Financial Secretary, Mary Eilenberger Treasurer, Paul Clewell, Historian, Walter Pysher; Pianist Evelyn Bauman; Auditors, Janson Hildenbrandt, Robert Siebler and Virgil Cressman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Clewell, Paul - 1937

Stockertown
The Well Worth While Society on Monday evening celebrated their Ninth Anniversary by presenting a play by members of the group.  The following officers were elected for the coming year; President Harry Lichtenwalner; Vice-President William Carling; Secretary Emma Sours; Assistant Secretary, Kathryn Lehr, Financial Secretary, Mary Eilenberger Treasurer, Paul Clewell, Historian, Walter Pysher; Pianist Evelyn Bauman; Auditors, Janson Hildenbrandt, Robert Siebler and Virgil Cressman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Eilenberger, Mary - 1937

Stockertown
The Well Worth While Society on Monday evening celebrated their Ninth Anniversary by presenting a play by members of the group.  The following officers were elected for the coming year; President Harry Lichtenwalner; Vice-President William Carling; Secretary Emma Sours; Assistant Secretary, Kathryn Lehr, Financial Secretary, Mary Eilenberger Treasurer, Paul Clewell, Historian, Walter Pysher; Pianist Evelyn Bauman; Auditors, Janson Hildenbrandt, Robert Siebler and Virgil Cressman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Sours, Emma - 1937

Stockertown
The Well Worth While Society on Monday evening celebrated their Ninth Anniversary by presenting a play by members of the group.  The following officers were elected for the coming year; President Harry Lichtenwalner; Vice-President William Carling; Secretary Emma Sours; Assistant Secretary, Kathryn Lehr, Financial Secretary, Mary Eilenberger Treasurer, Paul Clewell, Historian, Walter Pysher; Pianist Evelyn Bauman; Auditors, Janson Hildenbrandt, Robert Siebler and Virgil Cressman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Carling, William - 1937

Stockertown
The Well Worth While Society on Monday evening celebrated their Ninth Anniversary by presenting a play by members of the group.  The following officers were elected for the coming year; President Harry Lichtenwalner; Vice-President William Carling; Secretary Emma Sours; Assistant Secretary, Kathryn Lehr, Financial Secretary, Mary Eilenberger Treasurer, Paul Clewell, Historian, Walter Pysher; Pianist Evelyn Bauman; Auditors, Janson Hildenbrandt, Robert Siebler and Virgil Cressman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Lichtenwalner, Harry - 1937

Stockertown
The Well Worth While Society on Monday evening celebrated their Ninth Anniversary by presenting a play by members of the group.  The following officers were elected for the coming year; President Harry Lichtenwalner; Vice-President William Carling; Secretary Emma Sours; Assistant Secretary, Kathryn Lehr, Financial Secretary, Mary Eilenberger Treasurer, Paul Clewell, Historian, Walter Pysher; Pianist Evelyn Bauman; Auditors, Janson Hildenbrandt, Robert Siebler and Virgil Cressman.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Kessler, Stewart - 1937

Stockertown
Mrs. Frederick Happel and Mrs. Henry Woodring spent Wednesday at Kesslersville with Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Kessler.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Woodring, Henry (Mrs.) - 1937

Stockertown
Mrs. Frederick Happel and Mrs. Henry Woodring spent Wednesday at Kesslersville with Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Kessler.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Happel, Frederick (Mrs.) - 1937

Stockertown
Mrs. Frederick Happel and Mrs. Henry Woodring spent Wednesday at Kesslersville with Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Kessler.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Sandt, Betty - 1937

Stockertown
Vernon Happel, Arlene Metzsell, Joan Christman and Bessie Heller had charge of the morning assembly with Betty Sandt at the piano under the direction of Mrs. Lehr last week.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Christman, Joan - 1937

Stockertown
Vernon Happel, Arlene Metzsell, Joan Christman and Bessie Heller had charge of the morning assembly with Betty Sandt at the piano under the direction of Mrs. Lehr last week.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Metzsell, Arlene - 1937

Stockertown
Vernon Happel, Arlene Metzsell, Joan Christman and Bessie Heller had charge of the morning assembly with Betty Sandt at the piano under the direction of Mrs. Lehr last week.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Happel, Vernon - 1937

Stockertown
Vernon Happel, Arlene Metzsell, Joan Christman and Bessie Heller had charge of the morning assembly with Betty Sandt at the piano under the direction of Mrs. Lehr last week.
~ The Nazareth Item, 04-Mar-1937, Page 6, Column 8

Obits to Deaths Migration - Friday, June 16, 2017

I have been thinking about this for some time now, and I have decided that I will merge the "Obits" page with the "Deaths" page, just to keep things a little more compact, and call it "Deaths/Obits" like I have done with the "Births/Baptisms" page.
The migration of  "Obits" to "Deaths" has commenced.

Fleming, Lydia [Richards] - 1895

Alexander Fleming was the youngest son of John and Sarah Fleming, who moved from Center [sic] county in the year of 1813 and settled near the pike in what is now called Clarion township, and afterward moved to Redbank township, where they raised their family.  Alexander Fleming joined the Presbyterian church at Troy with his first wife, who died in the year 1876.  He afterwards married Miss Lydia Richards and then united with the West Millville Presbyterian church, in which he remained a faithful and devoted member until his death January 22, 1895, aged 69 years, 9 months and 21 days.

He left a wife and five children to mourn their loss but they do not mourn as they who have no hope, as he gave strong evidence that he had made his peace with his Maker, and has gone to join his two children, gone before.  Alexander Fleming suffered long and severe, having suffered for three years with cancer in his lip, which was successfully cured, but his constitution was affected and for the last 6 years of his life disease of the heart brought on other diseases.

On the 6th of April 1891 he received a stroke of apoplexy which disabled his right side and came near taking him home; and for the last two years of his life his suffering was constant and at times was intense but during his long suffering it was borne with Christian patience and his word day by day was “Christ suffered more for me than I can suffer, blessed be his name.”
~ Clarion Jacksonian, 07-Mar-1895

Fleming, Sarah - 1895

Alexander Fleming was the youngest son of John and Sarah Fleming, who moved from Center [sic] county in the year of 1813 and settled near the pike in what is now called Clarion township, and afterward moved to Redbank township, where they raised their family.  Alexander Fleming joined the Presbyterian church at Troy with his first wife, who died in the year 1876.  He afterwards married Miss Lydia Richards and then united with the West Millville Presbyterian church, in which he remained a faithful and devoted member until his death January 22, 1895, aged 69 years, 9 months and 21 days.

He left a wife and five children to mourn their loss but they do not mourn as they who have no hope, as he gave strong evidence that he had made his peace with his Maker, and has gone to join his two children, gone before.  Alexander Fleming suffered long and severe, having suffered for three years with cancer in his lip, which was successfully cured, but his constitution was affected and for the last 6 years of his life disease of the heart brought on other diseases.

On the 6th of April 1891 he received a stroke of apoplexy which disabled his right side and came near taking him home; and for the last two years of his life his suffering was constant and at times was intense but during his long suffering it was borne with Christian patience and his word day by day was “Christ suffered more for me than I can suffer, blessed be his name.”
~ Clarion Jacksonian, 07-Mar-1895

Fleming, John - 1895

Alexander Fleming was the youngest son of John and Sarah Fleming, who moved from Center [sic] county in the year of 1813 and settled near the pike in what is now called Clarion township, and afterward moved to Redbank township, where they raised their family.  Alexander Fleming joined the Presbyterian church at Troy with his first wife, who died in the year 1876.  He afterwards married Miss Lydia Richards and then united with the West Millville Presbyterian church, in which he remained a faithful and devoted member until his death January 22, 1895, aged 69 years, 9 months and 21 days.

He left a wife and five children to mourn their loss but they do not mourn as they who have no hope, as he gave strong evidence that he had made his peace with his Maker, and has gone to join his two children, gone before.  Alexander Fleming suffered long and severe, having suffered for three years with cancer in his lip, which was successfully cured, but his constitution was affected and for the last 6 years of his life disease of the heart brought on other diseases.

On the 6th of April 1891 he received a stroke of apoplexy which disabled his right side and came near taking him home; and for the last two years of his life his suffering was constant and at times was intense but during his long suffering it was borne with Christian patience and his word day by day was “Christ suffered more for me than I can suffer, blessed be his name.”
~ Clarion Jacksonian, 07-Mar-1895

Fleming, Alexander - 1895

Alexander Fleming was the youngest son of John and Sarah Fleming, who moved from Center [sic] county in the year of 1813 and settled near the pike in what is now called Clarion township, and afterward moved to Redbank township, where they raised their family.  Alexander Fleming joined the Presbyterian church at Troy with his first wife, who died in the year 1876.  He afterwards married Miss Lydia Richards and then united with the West Millville Presbyterian church, in which he remained a faithful and devoted member until his death January 22, 1895, aged 69 years, 9 months and 21 days.

He left a wife and five children to mourn their loss but they do not mourn as they who have no hope, as he gave strong evidence that he had made his peace with his Maker, and has gone to join his two children, gone before.  Alexander Fleming suffered long and severe, having suffered for three years with cancer in his lip, which was successfully cured, but his constitution was affected and for the last 6 years of his life disease of the heart brought on other diseases.

On the 6th of April 1891 he received a stroke of apoplexy which disabled his right side and came near taking him home; and for the last two years of his life his suffering was constant and at times was intense but during his long suffering it was borne with Christian patience and his word day by day was “Christ suffered more for me than I can suffer, blessed be his name.”
~ Clarion Jacksonian, 07-Mar-1895

Cyphert, A. R. - 1895

The death of John J. Cyphert, an old and highly respected citizen, occurred at his home in Limestone township, on Saturday last.  Deceased leaves a family of grown children, among whom is A. R. Cyphert, of this place, as well as a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn their loss.
~ Clarion Democrat, 07-Mar-1895

Cyphert, John J. - 1895

The death of John J. Cyphert, an old and highly respected citizen, occurred at his home in Limestone township, on Saturday last.  Deceased leaves a family of grown children, among whom is A. R. Cyphert, of this place, as well as a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn their loss.
~ Clarion Democrat, 07-Mar-1895