Stephens Cemetery, Nicholson, PA
Stephens Cemetery, Nicholson, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, as seen
from Route 92
To get to the
Stephens Cemetery, Nicholson, take
Route 92 out of Nicholson and under the Nicholson bridge (Click
here for pictures of the bridge under contruction about
cemetery is on the right, 7/10 of a mile (.7) from the bridge.
REST IN PEACE
DIED AUGUST 31,
1814. AE 83 YRS.
SOLDIER AM. REVOLUTION. FRENCH AND INDIAN WARS.
HIS WIFE. DIED APRIL
5, 1820 AE 87 YRS. MARRIED IN 1751.
THEIR SON. DIED
JANUARY 16, 1797 AE 21 YRS. ENSIGN PA. MILITIA.
THEY WITH FOUR SONS CAME TO NICHOLSON, 1784, LIVED ON THIS FARM. FIRST
PERMANENT WHITE SETTLERS IN THE AREA. ERECTED 1984.
Rev., d: 15 Nov 1839
AE 80y 7m 3d (Revolutionary War marker); Rachel
wife of Ebenezer Stephens, born 1758, died 1848
Eliphalet L Stephens.,
died May 8, 1841
AE 79y (War of 1812 marker); Jane, wife of Eliphalet Stephens, died
9, 1861 AE 83 y
Died March 12, 1873
Aged 63 Years 5 mo 26 d; Sarah (both
Wife of Hollaway Jayne, Died June 25, 1886 AE 74 y
Julianna Stephens dies, 1897
Sept. 28, 1897, Pg.6)
Julianna Stephens, who lived with her youngest son and daughter, Loren
G. and Anna Stephens, at Nicholson, passed from this earthly life on
Sunday morning (September 26, 1897), aged 87 years. Funeral will take
place at 2 o’clock this (Tuesday) afternoon from the Methodist
Episcopal church, of which she was a member, Rev, George Ace,
officiating. Interment in Stephens’ cemetery.
Provided by Rudolph Kunz
list the information on all the stones is available on the
County Historical Society, Tunkhannock, PA
Susan Carter White
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