Armstrong County Cemeteries

Seybert Cemetery
Bradys Bend Township

Location: This cemetery once occupied a large area on the hillside above the Seybertown Road (legislative route 03145) 1.3 mi. from the East Brady bridge. Today only a few markers remain. Some of the last native Americans who lived along the upper Allegheny are said to be buried here.

BENNINGER, Sarah E. d. 26 Jan 1871, aged 4 yrs., d/o J. K.& R. Benninger

MARKEL, William 1839-1910, Co. E, 78th Reg., Pa. Vol.

RICHARDS, Mary Seybert 1836-1885
RICHARDS, Thomas b. 15 Jun 1813, d. 25 Feb 1865
RISHER, Elizabeth b. 7 Jul 1820, d. 25 Jan 1895, w/o Harrison Risher
RISHER, Harrison, b. 25 Aug 1817, d. 20 Apr 1894
RISHER, Lucy d. 10 Oct 1891, aged 27 yrs., 10 mos., 3 days, w/ o J.C. Risher

SEYBERT. Henry 2nd b. 17 Dec 1795, d. 15 Sep 1863, In memory of our kind husband and father; There is a home for weary souls by sin and sorrow driven, when tossed on life's tempestuous shoals--where storms arise and ocean rolls and all is drear--tis Heaven.
[Henry Seybert 1st (1765-1830) was a soldier in the War of 1812 and is buried in the White Church Cemetery.]
SEYBERT, Henry 3rd 1822-1905
SEYBERT, John Jr. d. 17 AUG 1907, Father
SYBERT, Bernard B. b. 1898, d. 1900, s/o B.B.& M. A. Sybert
SYBERT, Bertha R. d. 8 Feb 1885, aged 10 mos., 29 days, d/o B.B.& M.A. Sybert
SYBERT, Estella d. 22 Sep 1880, aged 6 mos., 21 days, d/o B.B.& M.A. Sybert, Gone but not forgotten

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