Edward J. Witmer, son of John and Rachel (Jones?) Witmer, was born in Quakertown 13 Oct 1833 and died near Finland 24 Jan 1912. His wife, Lydia Amanda (Kline) Witmer, daughter of Philip and Lydia (Markly) Kline, was born 26 Mar 1836 near Pennsburg and died 30 Mar 1926 in Red Hill.
A photo taken at the Hocker hunting camp in Perry County, Pennsylvania circa 1924. I’m not completely certain of the folks in the photo, but I think it’s—Isabella (Smith) Hocker, Lillian (Leedy) Hocker, unknown teenager [possibly Lillian or Ethel Allen], Anna Hocker, William Hocker, Bonnie Hocker and Betty Jean Hocker.
Philip Kline was born 6 March 1799 in Upper Hanover Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He died 30 January 1877 and was buried in St. Paul’s Lutheran Church cemetery in Red Hill, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He married Lydia Markly on 17 February 1825 in Faulkner Swamp Church in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
Lydia (Markly) Kline was born 22 October 1806 and died 8 April 1890 in Pennsylvania. She was buried in the St. Paul’s Lutheran Church cemetery in Red Hill, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. She married Philip Kline on 17 February 1825 in Faulkner Swamp Reformed Church in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
Today’s photo is the Charles and Caroline (Wolf) Greulich family of East Greenville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The photo was taken circa 1887.
A gravestone photo of Daniel Edgar Hoover, only son of Reuben and Emma (Coleburn) Hoover, of Karthuas, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, was born 16 Jul 1887 and died 11 Feb 1966. He was buried in the Oak Hill Cemetery in Oak Hill, Karthaus Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. Daniel served during World World I.
In honor of summer a family photo at the beach.
A gravestone for Joseph Snyder and his wife Judith Deisher of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Joseph was born 2 Jan 1826 in either Germany or Pennsylvania and died 4 Nov 1895 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He married circa 1855 Judith Deisher, daughter of Peter Deisher and Maria Trump. She was born 15 Aug 1830 in Pennsylvania… read more
Fishing has always been a favorite pastime in my family. Both my Dad and Uncle Bill love to fish. My grandfather used to take us girls out fishing. This photo shows it’s been a family favorite for at one additional generation. The photo is not labelled—big surprise—but I believe the man standing in the center… read more
A gravestone photo for Emanuel Hocker (11 Jul 1842-16 Nov 1862), son of George and Mary “Polly” (Brubaker) Hocker of Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. He’s buried in Shoop’s Cemetery outside Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.