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1501 On April 17, 2005, Glenna E. "Betty" Busig died. She was the beloved wife of the late Erwin H. Busig; devoted mother of Linda Marie Lingner and Wendie Marlene Busig-Kohn; dear aunt of Jacquelyn Marie Koch and Thomas Edward Heffernan. Also caring friend to special loved ones and friends. A Funeral Service will be held at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck Inc. Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road (at Echodale) on Thursday 11 a.m. Interment Moreland Memorial Park. Friends may call on Wednesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Harner, Glenna Elizabeth (I9624)
 
1502 On July 7,1883, page 3 of the Huntingdon Globe, is the marriage announcement of James Black, Cassville, to Julia A. Butler, also of Cassville. Family F3533
 
1503 On June 15, 2013 RUTH ANN MAHONEY (nee Reindollar). Born on September 21, 1925, Ruthie was 87 years old. Devoted wife of the late William R. Mahoney, Sr.; loving mother of William R. "Rick" Mahoney, Jr. and his wife Patti and the late Robert T. Mahoney; cherished grandmother of William "Rickey" Mahoney III. She is also survived by many loving nieces ,nephews and friends.
Relatives and friends are invited to gather at the Burgee Henss Seitz Funeral Home, Inc.,3631 Falls Road, on Tuesday from 3-5 & 7-9pm, where a funeral service will be celebrated on Wednesday at 11:00am. Interment Druid Ridge Cemetery 
Reindollar, Ruth Ann (I11251)
 
1504 Owned a tavern near Littlestown, Adams Co., Pa. Brobeck, Anna Margaretha (I809)
 
1505 Patricia Lippy Snyder, 82, formerly of Littlestown died June 18 at Golden Living Center in Gettysburg. She was the wife of Samuel D. Snyder, who died March 25, 2007.
Born Sept. 4, 1931 in Adams County, she was the daughter of the late William J. and Naomi Josephine Spangler Lippy. Pat was a homemaker and took in foster children for much of her life.
She is survived by a son, Stephen D. Snyder of Gettysburg; daughters, Brenda L. Snyder of Abbottstown, Sandy A. Ott of East Berlin and Debbie A. Snyder and Nellie A. Jacobs, both of Hanover; seven grandchildren; several great grandchildren; a brother, Glenn Lippy of Littlestown; and a sister, Josephine Reindollar of Hanover. She was predeceased by a sister, Geneva Crabbs.
Patricia was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Littlestown. There will be a memorial service Monday June 23 at 11 a.m. at St. John's Lutheran Church with Pastoral Assistant, Ms. Kerri Clark, officiating. There will be no viewing. Inurnment will be in Mt. Carmel Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, contributions have been asked to go to St. John's Lutheran Church, 665 St. John's Rd., Littlestown, PA 17340 or Adams County SPCA, 11 Goldenville Rd., Gettysburg, PA 17325. 
Lippy, Patricia Louise (I739)
 
1506 Physician Stricken Enroute
To Administer To Dying Man

Dr. H. S. Crouse, Littlestown,
Overcome By Heart Attack
On Way To Home Of
S. H. Klinefelter Who
Suffered Similar Ill-
ness - Latter Dies

Dr. H. S. Crouse, age about 62
years, prominent Littlestown phy-
sician, was reported inproving this
afternoon at the Annie M. Warner
hospital, Gettysburg, where he was
taken late yesterday afternoon after
being stricken with a heart attack
while attempting to reach the home
of Samuel H. Klinefelter, Mt. Joy
township farmer, who died the vic-
tim of a similar attack.
Dr. Crouse was found in a bewild-
ered condition by Loy Klinefelter,
Littlestown shoe factory worker,
who was rushing home after being
notified that his father had been
stricken. He was taken to the hos-
pital in the Adams county ambu-
lance at about 3 o'clock, yesterday
afternoon.
Samuel Klinefelter, who was aged
65 years, appeared in his usual
health early yesterday morning and
was preparing to go to Two Taverns
for chop-feed when he was stricken.
Death occurred at about 10 o'clock.
Dr. Crouse was summoned when
Mr. Klinefelter was taken ill and
began driving to the Klinefelter
home, about one and one-half miles
southwest of Yoost's store, midway
between Littlestown and Gettysburg.
Doctor's Car Sticks In Drift
The physician's car stuck in a
snow drift shortly after the doctor
had turned in the road which leads
to the Klinefelter home. Unable to
free the car, Dr. Crouse elected to
walk to the home. He had gone
only about one hundred feet when
he was stricken.
Mr. Klinefelter's son, hurrying to
his home from the Windsor Shoe
Company plant in Littlestown,
found the physician lying in the
snow along the road. he placed
Dr. Crouse in his car and took him
to his home in Littlestown. Chief of
Police Hs. S. Roberts, Littlestown,
took Dr. H. E. Gettier to the Kline-
felter home. Mr. Klinefelter was
dead when the second physician arrived.
Physician Taken To Hospital
Dr. Bruce N. Wolf, chief surgeon
at the Annie M. Warner hospital,
and Dr. Roy W. Gifford, assistant
surgeon, were called to the Crouse
home yesterday afternoon. They
decided that it was advisable that
he be removed to the hospital.
Mr. Klinefelter was a son of
Aaron and Margaret (Schaeffer)
Klinefelter. He is survived by his
wife, who before marriage was
Sarah Ellen Lohr: nine children,
Mrs. Addisonn S. Horner, high street,
Hanover; Victor S. Klinefelter, New
Oxford R. D. 2; Mrs. Earl Geisler,
near Manchester, Md.; Roscoe E.
Klinefelter, Bonneauville; L. Lohr
Klinefelter, Gettysburg R. D. 5;
Mrs. William Guyer, Cashtown;
Leslie L. Klinefelter, New Oxford;
G. Burnell Klinefelter, Hanover, and
Loy Klinefelter, at home, 22 grand-
children and one great grandchild,
and one sister, Mrs George Stavely,
Littlestown.
The funeral will be held on Fri-
day with services at the J. W. Little
& Son funeral home, Littlestown, at
1 p.m. The Rev. Howard E. Sheely,
pastor of St. Paul's Reformed
church, New Oxford, of which the
deceased was a member, will offici-
ate. Interment will be made in Mt.
Carmel cemetery, Littlestown.
Friends may call at the funeral
home on Thursday evening between
7 and 9 o'clock. 
Klinefelter, Samuel Howard (I9134)
 
1507 R. S. Weaver,
Littlestown,
Dies At Home
Richard S. Weaver, 66, died
very suddenly at his home, 133
Boyer St., Littlestown, Thursday
afternoon at 1:15 o'clock.
He had been in normal health
during the earlier part of the
day, and had come in from outside
and sat down when death
occurred. He had, however, been
under a physician's care for
some time.
A son of the late J. Harry and
Emma (Buddy) Weaver, he was
born in Littlestown, and is survived
by his wife, Lillian M.
(Harner) Weaver, and a daughter,
Miss Margaret T. Weaver,
at home, and a sister, Mrs. A.
W. Schott, Littlestown.
He was a member of St. Aloysius
Catholic Church and of the
Holy Name Society.
He retired two years ago after
having been employed ait the
Hanover Shoe Factory for 26
years.
Funeral services will be held
Monday morning with meeting
at the Little Funeral Home at
8:30 o'clock to go to St. Aloysius
Catholic Church for the requiem
Mass ait 9 o'clock with the Rev.
Fr. Louis J. Creeden, officiating.
Interment will be in the parish
cemetery. Friends may caH
at the funeral home in Littlestown
Sunday evening. The
Rosary will be recited at the funeral
home Sunday evening at 8. 
Weaver, Richard S. (I9885)
 
1508 RECORD OF DEATHS.
Mrs. Joohn Reindollar.
Mrs. Mary C. Reindollar, widow of
the late John Reindollar, died Satur-
day, March 14th, at the home of her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lillian Hess,
No. 240 Locust street, from pneu-
monia. She was aged 79 years, 2
months and 10 days.
The deceased was a native of
Taneytown, Md., where most of her
life was spent. The family went to
Johnstown eleven yeras ago and nine
years later Mrs. Reindollar moved
with Mrs. Hess to Hanover. Her
husband has been dead for the past
19 years.
Surviving are one brother, William
Miller; three sisters, Mrs. Elenora
Harman and Mrs. Susan Simpson, of
Taneytown, and Mrs. Joseph Six, of
Warrensburg, Missouri. There are
also eight grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
Funeral Wednesday, March 18,
with brief services at her late
home, after which the remains will
be taken to Taneytown over the
Northern Central Railway at 8.45 a.
m., where further services will be
held in the Presbyterian church, Rev.
S. A. Crabill of the U. B. Church,
this place, and Rev. Seth Russell
Downie, of the Taneytown Presby-
terian chruch, officiating. Interment
in the Reformed cemetery. 
Miller, Mary Cathrine (I9276)
 
1509 Rites Today
For Former
Teacher Here
Funeral services were held at
1 o'clock this afternoon from
the Gravenor Funeral Home,
Ephrata, for Mrs. Lillie Alverta
Harner Wintrode, 92, formerly
of Littlestown, who was fatally
stricken by a heart attack outside
St. Joseph's Catholic
Church, Hanover, Saturday afternoon
while attending the wedding of
her granddaughter,
Stephanie Rebecca Hufnagle,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
R. Hufnagle, 26 Beck Mill
Rd., Hanover, to Thomas F.
Krumrine, Westminster R. 3.
A resident of 39 1/2 E. Main
St., Ephrata, she was a native
of near Taneytown. She had resided
in Lancaster County for
the last 54 years.
Saturday afternoon she had
been standing on the sidewalk
in front of the church when she
was stricken. She was pronounced
dead at the scene by
Dr. Verne Busler, deputy York
county coroner.
TAUGHT SCHOOL
A daughter of the late Upton
and Mary J. (Sheridan) Harner,
she was the wife of the late W.
Mervin Wintrode. Her husband,
who had taught school in Littlestown
for many years, died
in June, 1954. Mrs. Wintrode
also was a school teacher in Littlestown
at one time.
She was a member of Ebeneezer
Evangelical Congregational
Church, Brownstown, and
was affiliated with Cloister
chapter 406, Order of Eastern
Star.
Surviving are three daughters,
Mrs. Alta L. Niedamyer,
with whom she resided; Mrs.
Hufnagle and Mrs. Eugene R.
Rettew, Akron, Lancaster
County; a son, Glenn S. Wintrode,
Bel Air, Md.; nine grandhildren,
23 great-grandchildren
and a sister, Mrs. Rhoda B.
Messinger, Hanover.
Rev. John S. Heim. officiated
at the funeral services. Burial is
in Mt. Canmel Cemetery, Littlestown. 
Harner, Lillie Alverta (I3241)
 
1510 RODERIC YOHN,
BUILDER, DIES
TODAY AT 51
Roderic S. "Buzz" Yohn, 51,
York Springs, a building contractor
who had formcly resided
here, died in the Warner Hospital
this morning at 7:23 o'clock after
having been a patient there for
six days. He had suffered from a
heart condition.
Mr. Yohn was a native of York
County and was a son of Harry
and Elsie Shaeffer Yohn, Dillsburg
R 2
He was a member of Holy Trinity
Lutheran Church at York
Spings and was a member of
the Gettysburg Lodge of the
LOOM.
He built a number of homes in
the York Springs area and then
moved to Gcttysburg in 1958. He
lived here six years and worked
as a b u i l d i n g contractor and for
a time was employed by Allen
McDonnell. He returned to York
Springs last year.
Surviving in addition to his wife,
the former Alice Kennedy, and his
parents and two daughters, Mrs.
Eric Buteman, Gettysburg, and
Phyllis K. Yohn, at home. There
are two brothers and two sisters,
Paul and Earl Yohn, of Dillsburg
R 2. Mrs. Elva Hollmear, Me-
channicsburg and Mrs. Harry
Brande, Dillsburg R 2. There are
three grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock
at the Pittenturf Funeral Home
in York Springs with his pastor,
The Rev. Ray F. Jones, officiating.
Interment will be made in the
Sunnyside Cemetery at York
Springs. Friends may call Wednesday
evening from 7 to 9 o'clock
at the funeral home. 
Yohn, Roderick S. (I9300)
 
1511 Ruth Kathryn Miller and Dorothy Grace Miller were twins. Miller, Ruth Kathryn (I42)
 
1512 Sarah Ellen Carl. Sarah Ellen Carl, 68, died in Cumberland township at 7 o'clock, Christmas morning from a complication of diseases. She was a native of Two Taverns and was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carl. She lived in Adams county all her life. Surviving are a son, Charles Cook, York; a daughter, Mrs. Frank Fissel, Gettysburg, and a brother, John Carl, of Adams county. Funeral services from the Bender funeral home Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock with the Rev. Harold Myers of the Foursquare Gospel church. Interment at Two Taverns. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday evening after 7 o'clock."
(Information Courtesy of Laura Dague) 
Carl, Sarah Ellen (I11059)
 
1513 Seth Mahaffey
Seth L. (Mack) Mahaffey.
72. of 208 Ruth Ave.
Hanover, died Saturday at
Hanover General Hospital.
His wife. Myrna Miller
Mahaffey. survives.
He was born in Selma. La.,
the son of the late James H.
Florence Mahaffey.
Mr. Mahaffey was a veteran
of World War II. was a
cabinetmaker and was
employed by Schott-Manufacturing
Co. of Hanover.
He was a member of Grace
United Methodist Church.
American Legion Post 44
and the McSherrystown
Moose.
Also Surviving are one son.
David Mahaffey of Smackover.
Ark.: a brother Page
Mahaffey of Valdosta. Ga.:
two sisters. Mrs. Mary
Barnes, also of Smackover.
and Mrs. Perry Dawes of
Memphis. Tenn.
Funeral services will be
held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the
Wetzel Funeral Home in
Hanover with the Rev. Bruce
F. Knisley officiating. Burial
will be in Resthaven Cemetery.
Friends may call this
evening at the funeral home.
The family suggests
memorials to the American
Heart Association. 
Mahaffey, Seth L. (I1670)
 
1514 Seymour J. Harner, 81, formerly of Littlestown, died Monday afternoon, May 10, 2010 at Genesis Healthcare at Gettysburg Center.
He was the husband of Emma (Rhoten) Harner for 50 years. Born July 16, 1928 in Adams County, (Two Taverns), he was the son of the late Howard and Lucy (Neff) Harner.
He was employed with Cambridge Rubber Company of Littlestown and was retired from SKF of Hanover. He served in the Korean Conflict with the Heavy Mortar Co., 8th regiment, 4th Division. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Littlestown.
In addition to his wife, Seymour is survived by two daughters, Charlene C. Harner of York, Christine E. Fleming and husband, Donald R. Sr. of New Oxford; four grandsons, Donald Jr., twins: Dale and Chad and Cale Fleming, all of New Oxford; a brother, Glenn Harner of California; and three sisters, Gladys Crone of Harrisburg, Grace Cramer and Betty J. Harner, both of Hanover. He was predeceased by a brother, Lester Harner and two sisters, Treva Miller and June Saylor.
A funeral service will be held Thursday, 11 a.m. at Little's Funeral Home, Littlestown, with his pastor, the Rev. James S. Dunlop officiating. A visitation will be Thursday 10 - 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Burial is private in Evergreen Memorial Gardens, Finksburg, Md. Memorials in Seymour's name may be sent to: American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 3535, Gettysburg, PA 17325 or American Diabetes Assoc., 3544 N. Progress Ave., Suite 101, Harrisburg, PA 17110. 
Harner, Seymour J. (I1831)
 
1515 She never married and lived with her brother Albert J. Rinedollar, Cora May (I4402)
 
1516 Snyder J Willis Head White 26 abt 1904 Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Snyder Beulah C Wife White 25 abt 1905 Maryland Maryland Maryland 
Snyder, John Willis (I1842)
 
1517 Snyder J Willis Head White 26 abt 1904 Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Snyder Beulah C Wife White 25 abt 1905 Maryland Maryland Maryland 
Kemper, Beulah Catherine (I1857)
 
1518 Social Security number was issued in Rhode Island. Anderton, Gordon F. (I5274)
 
1519 Solomon Miller, 87, a retired
farmer, died at his home in Ger-
many township, near Littlestown,
at 9 o'clock this morning, of com-
plications and the infirmities of
age. He had lived in the vicinity
of Littlestown since he was 14
years old.
Surviving are his widow, whose
maiden name was Miss Emma
Sterner; three daughters, Mrs.
Harry Shoemaker, near Littles-
town; Mrs Frank Keith, Littles-
town; Mrs. Emmanuel Wallick,
near Littlestown; two sons, Mar-
tin H. Miller, Ottawa, Illinois, and
Paul Miller, near Littlestown; 20
grandchildren and 11 great-grand-
children.
Brief services at the home Mon-
day morning at 10 o'clock, with
further services at Hostetter's
Mennonite church, near Littles-
town, the Rev. Mr. Shank, of Han-
over, officiating. Interment in the
cemetery adjoining the church. 
Miller, Solomon (I7499)
 
1520 Surname Given Name Race Gender Age Estimated birth year Relationship Marital Status Birthplace Father's birthplace Mother's birthplace
Keefer George W. White Male 42 abt 1838 Self (Head) Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydiann White Female 38 abt 1842 Wife Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydia Ellen White Female 19 abt 1861 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Henry T. White Male 14 abt 1866 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer George M. White Male 9 abt 1871 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Edward C. White Male 7 abt 1873 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Agnus R. White Female 5 abt 1875 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Annie R. White Female 1 abt 1879 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 
Keefer, Anna Ruth (I1957)
 
1521 Surname Given Name Race Gender Age Estimated birth year Relationship Marital Status Birthplace Father's birthplace Mother's birthplace
Keefer George W. White Male 42 abt 1838 Self (Head) Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydiann White Female 38 abt 1842 Wife Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydia Ellen White Female 19 abt 1861 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Henry T. White Male 14 abt 1866 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer George M. White Male 9 abt 1871 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Edward C. White Male 7 abt 1873 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Agnus R. White Female 5 abt 1875 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Annie R. White Female 1 abt 1879 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 
Hoffman, Lydia Ann (I1950)
 
1522 Surname Given Name Race Gender Age Estimated birth year Relationship Marital Status Birthplace Father's birthplace Mother's birthplace
Keefer George W. White Male 42 abt 1838 Self (Head) Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydiann White Female 38 abt 1842 Wife Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydia Ellen White Female 19 abt 1861 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Henry T. White Male 14 abt 1866 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer George M. White Male 9 abt 1871 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Edward C. White Male 7 abt 1873 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Agnus R. White Female 5 abt 1875 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Annie R. White Female 1 abt 1879 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 
Keefer, Lydia Ella (I1951)
 
1523 Surname Given Name Race Gender Age Estimated birth year Relationship Marital Status Birthplace Father's birthplace Mother's birthplace
Keefer George W. White Male 42 abt 1838 Self (Head) Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydiann White Female 38 abt 1842 Wife Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydia Ellen White Female 19 abt 1861 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Henry T. White Male 14 abt 1866 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer George M. White Male 9 abt 1871 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Edward C. White Male 7 abt 1873 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Agnus R. White Female 5 abt 1875 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Annie R. White Female 1 abt 1879 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 
Keefer, Theodore Henry (I1953)
 
1524 Surname Given Name Race Gender Age Estimated birth year Relationship Marital Status Birthplace Father's birthplace Mother's birthplace
Keefer George W. White Male 42 abt 1838 Self (Head) Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydiann White Female 38 abt 1842 Wife Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydia Ellen White Female 19 abt 1861 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Henry T. White Male 14 abt 1866 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer George M. White Male 9 abt 1871 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Edward C. White Male 7 abt 1873 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Agnus R. White Female 5 abt 1875 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Annie R. White Female 1 abt 1879 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 
Keefer, George M. (I1954)
 
1525 Surname Given Name Race Gender Age Estimated birth year Relationship Marital Status Birthplace Father's birthplace Mother's birthplace
Keefer George W. White Male 42 abt 1838 Self (Head) Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydiann White Female 38 abt 1842 Wife Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydia Ellen White Female 19 abt 1861 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Henry T. White Male 14 abt 1866 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer George M. White Male 9 abt 1871 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Edward C. White Male 7 abt 1873 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Agnus R. White Female 5 abt 1875 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Annie R. White Female 1 abt 1879 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 
Keefer, Edward Cliffton (I1955)
 
1526 Surname Given Name Race Gender Age Estimated birth year Relationship Marital Status Birthplace Father's birthplace Mother's birthplace
Keefer George W. White Male 42 abt 1838 Self (Head) Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydiann White Female 38 abt 1842 Wife Married Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Lydia Ellen White Female 19 abt 1861 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Henry T. White Male 14 abt 1866 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer George M. White Male 9 abt 1871 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Edward C. White Male 7 abt 1873 Son Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Agnus R. White Female 5 abt 1875 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Keefer Annie R. White Female 1 abt 1879 Dau (Daughter) Single Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 
Keefer, Agnes Rebecca (I1956)
 
1527 T. I. Keefer
Dies Tuesday
At His Home
Thaddeus Ira Keefer, 82, Aspers
R. 1, died suddenly Tuesday
afternoon about 4:10 o'clock
at his home in Menallcn Twp.
A son, Frank Keefer, who resided
with his father, was absent
from home. On his return the
son found his father on the floor
of the kitchen. The elder man
had apparently been attempting
to cut a slice from some meat at
the kitchen table when he was
stricken.
The elder Mr. Keefer had been
under a physician's care for
some time.
A native of Tyrone Twp., he
was a son of the late George
W. and Lydia (Hoffman) Keefer,
and had been a farmer all his
life. He had also been employed
at the Musselman plant in Gardners.
His wife, the former Nellie
Starry, died in February, 1967.
Surviving are two sons, Dale
Keefer, of Sharon, Pa., and
Frank, at home; one grandchild
and a number of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the Pittenturf Funeral
Home, York Springs, with the
Rev. J, M. Bohn, pastor of Holy
Trinity Lutheran Church officiating.
Interment will be in
Sunnysidc Cemetery, York
Springs. Friends may call at
the funeral home in York Springs
Thursday evening from 7 to
9 o'clock. 
Keefer, Thaddeus Ira (I1959)
 
1528 The following information is from John A. Mehring on RootsWeb's.

...
JOHANN GEORG RHEINTHALER (REINTHALER, b. Abt. 1720 in Simmozheim,
Baden-Württemberg, Germany, d. 12-20-1790. He m. 4-14-1744 at Simmozheim,
Baden, ANNA MARGARETHA GOTTSCHALL, b. Abt. 11-15-1720 in Döffingen,
Baden-Württemberg, Germany, a dau. of Joh. Heinrich Gottschall &
Maria ___?.
Children: Anna (i), Georg Heinrich (ii), Georg Jacob (iii), Anna
Margaretha (iv), Barbara (v), Mathias
Jacob (vi).
----------------------------------------
NOTES:
Hans Jerg Reinthaler arrived at the Port of Phila, PA, aboard the Ship
Nancy, Sep. 16, 1751, (Vol. I,
List 168 C., pp. 462-463, PA Germany Pioneers, Strassburger & Hinke,
1934).
...
Johan Georg Rheintale emigrated from Simmozheim über Calw, Württemberg,
Germany in 1751 ("Monocacy and Catoctin", Calvin E. Schildknecht, 1989).
...
Joh. Gerg Rheinthaler was a Citizen in Simmozheim. He emigrated to
Pennsylvania, Sept. 16, 1751,
out of Simmozheim-Calw, Baden-Württemberg. He and his family arrived at
the Port of Phila., PA.,
aboard the Ship Nancy, Sept. 16, 1751, commanded by Capt. Thomas Coats. 
Family F94
 
1529 The wedding of Miss Marianna
Radcliff, daughter of Dr. A. A. Rad-
cliff, and Mr. George A. Zeigler,
son of Mr. Walter F. Zeigler, will
take place in the presence of the
immediate families and a few
friends this evening at 7:30
o'clock in the rectory of St.
Anthony's church, near Emmitsburg.
Rev. Fr. John F. Cogan, dean of
studies at Mt. St. Mary's College,
where the prospective bridegroom is
professor of chemistry, will officiate.
A number of parties have been
given ofr Miss Radcliff in Frederick
and Baltimore. She was recently
guest of honor at a lingerie shower
give by Misses Sandra Rydstrom
and Nancy Worthington, at the
former's home in Roland Park, Bal-
timore, and at a bathroom shower
given by Miss Alecia Alden, Pikes-
ville. 
Zeigler, George Adolphus II (I9595)
 
1530 The wedding of Miss Marianna
Radcliff, daughter of Dr. A. A. Rad-
cliff, and Mr. George A. Zeigler,
son of Mr. Walter F. Zeigler, will
take place in the presence of the
immediate families and a few
friends this evening at 7:30
o'clock in the rectory of St.
Anthony's church, near Emmitsburg.
Rev. Fr. John F. Cogan, dean of
studies at Mt. St. Mary's College,
where the prospective bridegroom is
professor of chemistry, will officiate.
A number of parties have been
given ofr Miss Radcliff in Frederick
and Baltimore. She was recently
guest of honor at a lingerie shower
give by Misses Sandra Rydstrom
and Nancy Worthington, at the
former's home in Roland Park, Bal-
timore, and at a bathroom shower
given by Miss Alecia Alden, Pikes-
ville. 
Radcliff, Marianna (I9596)
 
1531 THEODORE F. MILLER
Theodore F. Miller, 39, died at his
home on South Queen street, Littlestown,
at 7:50 o'clock this morning
from a complication of diseases.
He was a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Solomon Miller, and is survived by his
parents, his widow, whose maiden
name was Miss Myria Byers, Littles-
town; two sons, Irvin and Ivan Miller,
both at home; two brothers, Martin
Miller, Nattowa, Illinois, and Paul
Miller, near Littlestown, and three sis-
ters, Mrs. Harry Shoemaker, near Lit-
tlestown; Mrs. Frank Keith, near Lit-
tlestown, and Mrs. Emmanuel Wallick,
near Littlestown.
Private funeral services Monday
morning at 10 o'clock from the home,
the Rev. D. S. Kammerer, pastor of
St. Paul's Lutheran church, officiating.
Interment in Mount Carmel cemetery.
The body may be viewed between 6
and 9 o'clock, Sunday evening. 
Miller, Theodore F. (I10119)
 
1532 Theodore Keefer, a step-brother of
E. C. Keefer, of York Springs, died at
his home in York early last Satur-
day morning aged about 58 years. He
sustained a stroke about two years
ago while on a visit to York Springs
and since that time his health has
steadily declined. Further services
and interment were at Taneytown.
He leaves one son, Ralph, of New
York, and a daughter, Mrs. Irene Le-
pold, of York. 
Keefer, Theodore Henry (I1953)
 
1533 They arrived at the Port of Phila., PA., aboard the Ship William & Sarah, Sep. 1, 1727,
(List 1, A/B, pp. 7-10, PA. German Pioneers). 
Spengler, Hans Caspar (I3096)
 
1534 This information is from his WW I draft card, September 12th, 1918. Reindollar, Clayton Samuel (I3)
 
1535 TWO TAVERNS
WOMAN DIES
Mrs. Annie K. Patterson, 81,
widow of Mervin C. Patterson,
of near Two Taverns, Littlestown
R. 2, died at the Hanover
Hospital Thursday afternoon at
1:45. She had been hospitalized
for a number of weeks.
A daughter of the late Edmund
and Agnes (Miller) Snyder,
she was a native of Adams
County. Her husband died
January 1, 1963.
Surviving are three children:
Mrs. Clarence M. King, Littlestown
R. 2; Mrs. Wilbur Wehler,
Pittsburgh, and Glenn D. Patterson,
Hanover, five grandchildren,
eight great-grandchildren
and a brother, Howard A. Snyder,
Littlestown R. 2.
She was a member of Grace
Lutheran Church, Two Taverns,
the Sunday School of that
church and the Ladies' Aid Society.
Funeral services will be held
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock
in the Little Funeral Home, Littlestown,
with her pastor, the
Rev. A. J. Schenk officiating.
Interment will be in the Grace
Lutheran Cemetery. Friends
may call at the funeral home
in Littlestown on Saturday evening. 
Snyder, Annie K. (I1834)
 
1536 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I15)
 
1537 UPTON HARNER
Upton Harner died at his home,
Germany township, near Littlestown,
Wednesday morning at 8:45 o'clock.
Death was due to heart trouble, following
a two weeks' illness from grip,
He was aged 77 years, three months
and seven days. His parents were
the late Emanuel and Sarah Harner.
His wife, who before marriage was
Miss Mary J. Sheridan, died about
11 years ago. Surviving him are the
following: Three daughters; Mrs.
Mervin Wintrode. Ephrata, Lancaster
county; Mrs. Harry M. Messinger,
Hanover; Mrs. Herbert Motter, near
I ittlestown; four sisters, Mrs. Lucinda
Wolf, Littlestown; Mrs. Frank
Kmg, near Littlestown; Miss Verta
Harner, Littlestown; Mrs. George
Reindollar, near Littlestown; one
brother, Emanuel H. Harner, Taneytown,
Md; and ten grandchildren.
Funeral Saturday afternoon at 1:30
o'clock with brief services at the
house and further services in .St.
John's church, near Littlestown, the
Rev. George H. Eveler, pastor,
officiating, assisted by the Rev. I. M.
Lau, Hanover. Interment in the cemetery
adjoining the church. 
Harner, Upton (I1312)
 
1538 W. E. Stites
Dies Suddenly
W. E. Stites, 64. a well known
painter and paper hanger in the
Littlestown area for the past 40
years, died very suddenly at his
home at 229 N. Queen St., Littlestown,
at 5:30 o'clock Tuesday
evening. He had been under
a physician's care for some
time.
A native of Millersville. Pa.,
he was a son of the late Charles
and Bertha (Rummel) Stites.
Surviving is his wife, Mary E.
(Motter) Stites, three children:
Mrs. Hoanne Dehoff, Mt. Holly,
N.J.: Mrs. Nadine DeVine, Lit-
tlestown and Jack H. Stites,
Baltimore County, Md., six
grandchildren, a sister and two
Brothers. Miss Josephine Stites.
Gettysburg: Earl Stites, Littlesown,
and Robert Stites. Waynes-
boro.
He was a member of St.
John's Lutheran Church of Littlestown,
the Patrnos Lodge of
Hanover, the AOK of MC of Littlestown;
Littlestown Fish and
Game Association and the Alpha
Fire Co.
Funeral services will be held
Friday afternoon at 2 from the
Little Funeral Home in Littlestown
with his pastor, Rev. W.
C. Karns. officiating. Interment
will be in the Oaklawn Memorial
Gardens, Gettysburg.
Friends may call at the funeral
home in Littlestown
Thursday evening. Masonic services
will be conducted at 8
Thursday evening at the funeral
home.
The Littlestown Fish and
:ame Association will meet at
the funeral home Thursday eveling
at 7 o'clock to attend the
viewing as a group. 
Stites, W. E. (I3250)
 
1539 Warren C. Harner, 73,
formerly of Littlestown, husband
of Viola Berwager
Harner, of 10 Colony Ct.,
Hanover, died Monday morning
at the Hanover Hospital
after having been admitted
only a short time earlier.
Born in Adams County.
Harner was the son of the late
Curtis and Marie Long
Harner. He retired from the
Adams County National
Bank in Littlestown in 1974.
He served in the Army during
World War II.
In addition to his wife, he is
survived by one daughter,
Mrs. Robert K. Snyder of
Littlestown; one son Barry L.
Harner, Hanover; one
brother Milton E. Harner,
Littlestown R. 2; two sisters,
Mrs. George E. Dehoff and
Mrs. Lillian Weaver, both of
Littlestown; and two grandchildern.
He was a member of the
First Methodist Church of
Hanover, the Littlestown
American Legion. Littlestown
Fish and Game Association,
and was a charter
member of P.O.S.A of
Littlestown.
Funeral services will be
held Thurday at 10 a.m. at the
Littles" Funeral Home in
Littlestown. The Rev.
Charles W. Keller will officiate.
Burial will be in the
Rest Haven Cemetery in
Hanover. Friends may call at
the funeral home one hour
before service Thursday
morning.
In lieu of memorials the
family suggests contributions
be made to First
Methodist Church, Frederick
Street, Hanover Pa. 
Harner, Warren C. (I3639)
 
1540 Wayne Lee Erb
Wayne Lee Erb, 47, of 80 Main
St., McSherrystown, died Saturday,
Aug. 15, at the Green Acres
Nursing Home in Gettysburg.
Born in Hanover, he was the son
of Malcolm E. Erb of 150 Baugher
Drive, Hanover, and the late
Loretta Hull Erb.
He was a member of the McSherrystown
Moose.
He is survived by a stepmother,
Bernadette L. Erb; a daughter, Lisa
Kennedy of McSherrystown; a
brother, Steven A. Erb of McSherrystown;
two sisters, Patricia Gladfelter
of York and Tammy Moser of
Dover; and three grandsons.
The service will be private and at
the convenience of the family.
Memorial contributions may be
sent to the American Cancer Society,
20 W. Chestnut St., Hanover,
Pa. 17331, or a favorite charity.
Wetzel Funeral Home, 549 Carlisle
St., Hanover, is in charge of
arrangements. 
Erb, Wayne Lee (I9916)
 
1541 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3643
 
1542 WESTMINSTER, MD Hilda L. Reindollar, 90, died Sunday morning March 24, 2013, at The Brethren Home, New Oxford. She was the wife of John S. Reindollar, Sr. for 71 years. Born June 24, 1922, in Westminster, Md., she was the daughter of the late James and Myrtle (Owings) Swartzbaugh. She was a Westminster High School graduate. Hilda was employed with what is now known as English American Taylors of Westminster. She was a lifelong member of Christ U.C.C., Littlestown. In addition to her husband, Hilda is survived by a daughter, Janet E. Martin and husband, Robert A., of New Oxford; three grandchildren: Scott R. Martin, Michele E. Smith, David A. Martin and eight great-grandchildren. Hilda was predeceased by a son, John S. Reindollar, Jr. and many brothers and sisters. Funeral Service is Thursday at 11 a.m. at Christ U.C.C., Littlestown with the Rev. Craig E. Arentz officiating. Viewing is 10 to 11 a.m. Thursday at church. Interment is in Meadow Branch Cemetery, Westminster, Md. Memorials in Hilda's name may be sent to Christ Church, 131 Christ Church Rd., Littlestown, PA 17340; or VNA Hospice, 440 N. Madison St., Hanover, PA 17331. Online condolences may be shared on www.littlesfh.com Swartzbaugh, Hilda Myrtle Lena (I60)
 
1543 Wilbur P. Wehler, 82, 235 Longstreet
Drive, Lake Heritage, Gettysburg,
died Saturday morning at The Gettysburg
Hospital.
Born in Adams County, he was the
son of the late Elemer S. and Lottie
Sentz Wehler. He was the husband of
Pauline Patterson Wehler.
He was a member of St. James
Lutheran Church. He retired from the
Westinghouse Corporation after 41
years of service. He belonged to the
Masonic Lodge in Pittsburgh.
In addition to his wife, he is survived
by one son, Robert E. Wehler of Fairmount,
W. Va.; four grandchildren;
one sister, Mrs. Donald G Weaver of
Gettysburg, and a number of nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday
at 2 p.m. at the Monahan Funeral
Home, Gettysburg, with the Rev. E.
Edward Keyser officiating. Interment
will be in the Evergreen Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home
Tuesday from 1 p.m. until the time of
service. 
Wehler, Wilbur P. (I10094)
 
1544 Wilbur S. "Bud" Reindollar, 89, formerly of Littlestown died Fri March 29 at Utz Terrace, Hanover and is now at peace with Jesus. Bud was the husband of Josephine "Josie" Lippy Reindollar of Hanover for 65 years. Born August 23, 1923 in Adams County, he was the son of the late Maurice F. and Lottie R. Smith Reindollar. Bud was a 1941 graduate of Littlestowbn High School and was an electrician for Stanley Stover of Littlestown, retiring in 1957. Bud was a sergeant in The US Army Air Force during WWII. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Littlestown, A HAM operator and member of the Littlestown VFW. Surviving besides his wife is a great nephew Rourke Lippy and many nieces and nephews. Bud was predeceased by 2 sisters, Jane R. Shildt and Dorothy L Reindollar and a nephew Thomas A Shildt. Funeral Services will be Tuesday April 2 at 11 AM at Little's Funeral Home with Rev. Nancy Werner, Chaplain of Utz Terrace and Rev. Sandra R. Mackie of St. Pauls Lutheran officiating There will be a viewing 1 hour prior the Service at the Funeral Home. Interment will be in Mount Carmel Cemetery Littlestown. Contributions have been asked to go the Benevolent Care Fund for Utz Retirement Village, 2100 Utz Terace, Hanover PA 17331 or to St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 53 W. King St., Littlestown PA 17340. Online condolences may be shared at littlesfh.com. Reindollar, Wilbur Smith (I52)
 
1545 William B. Fissel
William B. Fissel, 87, of 1476
Harney Road, Littlestown, died
Thursday, July 6, at his home.
Born Feb. 26,1908, in Hanover,
he was a son of the late William
Henry "Harner" and Mazie Worley
Fissel. He was the husband of
Marie Ohler Fissel.
He was a lifelong farmer who
retired in 1985.
He was a lifetime member of St.
James United Church of Christ in
Littlestown, and was a deacon and
elder of the church for many years
and a Sunday school superintendent
for 27 years.
He was a trustee of the
Cemetery Board at his Church; a
charter member of Kingsdale Fire
Co.; a member of Adams County
Firemen's Association; the PA
Northeastern Milk Producer's
Association; and the Republican
Committee of Germany Township.
He is survived by one daughter,
Nadine Sentz of Littlestown,; one
son, Fred W. Fissel of Littlestown;
15 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren;
four step great-grandchildren;
and five step great-greatgrandchildren.
He was predeceased
by a daughter, Myrna
Myers, who died May 12,1995.
Funeral arrangements are being
held Monday, July 10, at 10 a.m.
at Little's Funeral Home in
Littlestown with the Revs. Steven
L. Hastings and Daniel Mikesell of
Evangelical Christian Church in
Carlisle officiating. Interment will
be in St. James U.C.C. Cemetery
in Littlestown.
Friends may call Sunday, July
9, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral
home.
Memorial contributions may be 10
made to St. James U.C.C., P.O.
Box 425, Littlestown, PA 17340. 
Fissel, William B. (I2000)
 
1546 William H. Myers
William Henry Myers died sud-
denly Sunday morning at 7 o'clock
at the home of his mother, Mrs.
Lydia Myers, Union township, Han-
over R. D. 1. Death was due to a
heart attack. He was aged 57 years.
Dr. E. A. Miller, Adams county
coroner, who was summoned, issued
the death certificate. Mr. Myers
was a son of Aaron and Lydia Arter
Myers and was engaged in farming.
He was never married. Surviving
are his mother and the following
sisters and brothers: Mrs. Sarah
Shildt, Littlestown; Mrs. Frank
Myers, Silver Run, Md.; Miss Al-
verta Myers, at home; Howard
Myers, Union township; Jacob
Myers, mrs. John Cromer and
Claude Myers, Hanover. He was a
member of the Lutheran congre-
gation of St. Bartholomew's Union
church. The funeral will be held
Tuesday afternoon, meeting at the
home at 1:30 p. m.. Further services
will be conducted in St. Bartholo-
mew's chruch. The Rev. A. M. Hol-
linger, pastor of the West Manheim
Lutheran church, will officiate.
Burial will be made in the cemetery
adjoining the church. 
Myers, William Henry (I707)
 
1547 William K. Flickinger
William K. FHckinger. 72.
Taneytown. died Wednesday
morning at Warner Hospital.
He was a son of the late
Maurice and Daisy Carl
Flickinger and was married
to Hilda Zepp Fiickinger.
Surviving are: his wife;
three children. Mrs. Ralph
Eckard. Littlestown. Mrs R.
Jane Cornett, Taneytown
and Robert Flickinger.
Taneytown: 8 grandchildren
2 great grandchildren and
one broiher. Charles FHckinger.
Taneytown.
He was a retired worker for
Carroll County Roads Department.
He was a member
of the Baust United Church of
Chnst and was an elder of the
church.
Funeral services will be
held at 10:30 a.m Saturday
at ihe Skiles Funeral Home.
Taneytown. With his pastor
Rev. Thomas Golladay, of-
ficiating Interment will be in
Baust Church Cemetery
Friends may call at the funeral
home Friday evening. In
lieu of other memorial contributions,
the family request
that contributions be made
through the Baust United
Church of Christ. 2950 Old
Taneyiown Road
Westminster. Marvland
21157 
Flickinger, William K. (I1764)
 

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