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Index 3 con't for U - 1975 - 1988

Death Record, Certificate, funeral record, obituary NAME ALPHABETICAL DEATH LOCATION TOMBSTONE SAYS NO STONE DATE OF BIRTH (from tombstone, interment book, obit, etc)  AGE                             (from tombstone or interment book) DEATH DATE (from interment book, obit, etc) DEATH DATE (from tombstone) LOT #
  Uhal, Esther   Sister - Esther Uhal   March 13, 1933 52 y March 9, 1986 March 9, 1986 BC - 040 SH on top of grave # 2
  Ulicne, Martin R.   Father - Martin R. Ulicne   Nov 8, 1909 59 y Aug 7, 1984 1987 L - 069 NH grave # 3
  Ullom, Bernard Claire Morristown, Hamblen Co, Tennessee Son - Bernard "Buckshot" Claire Ullom - SSGT US Air Force Korea   Oct 29, 1933   Aug 23, 1980 Aug 23, 1980 026 A hedge grave # 5
  Ullom Floyd McClain   Floyd Ullom   Sept 21, 1901 90 y Dec 15, 1991 1991 026 A hedge grave # 1
  Ullom, Margaret B.   Margaret B. Ullom   1904 73 y March 18, 1978 1978 413 hedge WH grave # 5
  Umbel, Robert W. Springfield Twp, Summit Co., Ohio Robert W. Umbel   1908 66 y Jan 15, 1975 1975 L - 084 SW 1/4 grave # 5
  Umbel, O. Louise (Shawn) Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA O. Louise (Shawn) Umbel   Oct 7, 1943 31 y Jan 27, 1975 Jan 27, 1975 L - 064 SH grave # 2
  Urick, Margaret E.   Margaret E. Urick   1910 75 y Feb 22, 1986 1986 L - 121 NH grave # 8
obit Ursic, Benedikt Washington, Washington Co., PA Ben Ursic   Oct 29, 1896 78 y Jan 6, 1975 1975 Q - 045 EH grave # 1
  Ursic, Frances   Mother - Frances Ursic   1913 67 y June 28, 1981 1981 Q - 045 grave # 4
  Uselton, Leonard Sr.       April 14, 1992 70 y Dec 7, 1992 1992 L - 316

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Hints for figuring out burial locations noted in interment books: The names that the different sections of the cemetery are called have changed over the years. I have tried to label the burial locations as they are known now based on where the tombstone is actually located.

NP stood for New Part and included the "BC or Below Curb" section and part of the "Freeman" section. I use BC or Freeman.

P was used for what is now called the "Singles" section. I mostly use "Singles".

The main Pump and Hedge sections, which are the largest and the oldest were later divided into number blocks - 1, 2, 3, etc. I use Pump and Hedge. To help visualize where everything is, I recommend going to the pdf files of the overall maps of the cemetery.

Many of the earlier burials had no locations marked in the interment books, some burials have been moved, and some were just mistakes. I have tried my best to accurately note where the current burial is based on the location of the tombstone. For the burials with no tombstones, I have made my best guess or left the location blank where there was no other evidence to suggest a location (such as listings in the Lot Owner books). I have denoted my guesses with "MAYBE".