Cemeteries: John Younkin Family Graveyard, Upper Turkeyfoot Twp.

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JOHN YOUNKIN FAMILY GRAVEYARD

Located on hill above Kingwood, on old Humbert Road on farm now (in 1930's)owned by Harry Nicolow. In Upper Turkeyfoot Township, Somerset Co., PA.

SUSIE YOUNKIN, Oct. 9, 1882 - June 3, 1911

FREEMAN YOUNKIN, Apr. 13, 1850 - Feb. 28, 1898

BELINDA YOUNKIN, July 5, 1844 - Dec. 29, 1912

IDA M. (YOUNKIN), Daut'r of F. & B. YOUNKIN, Died Jan. 8, 1896 - Aged 2 yrs 9 mo 25 days

MARY ANN (YOUNKIN), Dau. of R. & S. YOUNKIN, Died Aug. 11, 1871 - Aged 19 yrs 2 mo 13 days

NESSLEY (YOUNKIN), Son of H. & S. YOUNKIN, Died June 18, 1854 - Aged 6 yrs 6 mo 21 days

MARY J. YOUNKIN, Jan. 26, 1871 - Sept. 3, 1915

HANNAH (SMITH), Wife of G. N. SMITH, Born May 1, 1813 - Died Mar. 19, 1883

GARRISON N. SMITH, Born Apr. 23, 1809 - Died Feb. 23, 1879

LOUISA KUHLMAN, Consort of H. F. KUHLMAN, Died May 9, 1855 - Aged 20 yrs

One grave of adult, not marked

One grave, not marked (Isaac FIRESTONE'S mother)

Two adult graves, not marked

One child's grave, not marked (HARE child)

SUSAN HARE, Dau. of Robert & Mary HARE, Nov. 8, A. D. 1845 - Aged 16 yrs 11 mo 15 days She gained the port in triumph, Where all the ships company meet While nature weeps, Dear Susan sleeps

One grave, not marked (very old)

JOHN YOUNKIN, Born Feb. 6, 1787 - Died Dec. 12, 1839, Aged 52 yrs 10 mo 6 days

MOLLY YOUNKIN, Died Nov. 14, 1870 in her 85 year

JONAS H. YOUNKIN, Died Aug. 3, 1855 - Aged 30 yrs ? mo 13 days

HENRY YOUNKIN, Died June 12, 1831 in the 48 year of his age

One grave, not marked One child grave, not marked One child grave, not marked 19 more graves, not marked, very much out of line. Probable evidence of hurried burials of diphtheria epidemic victims.

26 graves

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