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Egle's Notes and Queries of Pennsylvania, 1700s - 1800s

Mifflinburg, Union County, Pennsylvania

Egle's Notes and Queries of Pennsylvania, 1700s - 1800s
Annual Volume 1899, Notes and Queries - XIX, p 90
The Early Dead at Mifflinburg
Mifflinburg is a beautiful and thriving town in the heart of Buffalo Valley in Union County, Pa. and was founded over a century ago by Elias Youngman and for that reason, was called Youngmanstown.  Immediately south of the town is the cemetery, the outgrowth of the churchyard connected with the Union church, built about 1806, and still standing, but used as a warehouse.  In the old part of the cemetery, in front of the old church, are buried many of the German settlers of the valley, but most of their graves are unmarked.  In the following list will be found a few whose names prominently occur in the early history of this region.  Perhaps half of the inscriptions herewith given are in the Germany language.  The tombstone of the proprietor and his wife (Elias Youngman & Catharine Nagel) are inscribed in Germany and fairly legible.
Cronemiller Martin, b 1761; d 1838 (Rev. soldier)
Cronemiller Jacob, b 1787; d 1840
Cronemiller Susan, wf. b 1788; d 1839

Pennsylvania Veterans Burial Cards, 1777-1999

Mifflinburg, Union County, Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Veterans Burial Cards, 1777-1999
about Martin Cronemiller Name: Martin Cronemiller
Death Date: 26 Jan 1838
Military Branch: Army
Veteran of Which War: Revolutionary War
Organization:  York Co. Militia
Cemetery Name: Mifflinburg Cemetery
Cemetery Location: Mifflinburg; Union County, Pennsylvania
Location of Grave in Cemetery:  #38
Range Grave No. 15
Headstone:  Family
Information Given By:  W.P.A. Grave Registration 7/30/1940
Remarks:  Pa. Archives Vol 2, Series 6

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