Historical Society of the Phoenixville Area

204 Church Street, Phoenixville, PA 19460

hspa@verizon.net     610-935-7646

www.phoenixvillehistoricalsociety.org   or   www.hspa-pa.org

 




 

 

 


Phoenixville Grave Markers
 

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African-American Solder's Marker for Samuel Greene

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James Bracelin marker

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Governor Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker's grave in Morris Cemetery.  He lived from 1843 to 1916.  He was the PA Governor from 1903 to 1907.

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John Griffen's marker.  He lived from 1812 to 1884.  He developed the famous Civil War Griffen Gun while Superintendent of the Phoenix Iron Company.

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Close-up of John Griffen's marker in Morris Cemetery

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Everett Anderson's marker - a Medal of Honor Civil War Soldier

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Captain John Denithorne's marker

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Civil War Nurse Rebecca Lane Pennypacker Price who lived from 1837 to 1919.  She took a cattle car to get to the battlefields after the Battle of Gettysburg to assist the thousands of wounded soldiers.

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Joseph R. Whitaker's marker in Morris Cemetery.  He lived from 1824 to 1895 and was an early co-owner of the Phoenix Iron Co.

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Bernard McKernan's marker in Blackrock Cemetery.  He was a survivor of the famous Brittish Charge of the Light Brigade during the Crimean War in 1854.

 

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Henry Batt gravestone

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Henry Batt gravestone close-up

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Joseph Pennypacker's marker


Carr Family grave marker

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Marshall Clark grave marker

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Cosgrove marker


Corporal William Denithorn marker, who died at Camp Pierpont, VA

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Corporal Denithorn marker - close-up

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Doctor's Grave marker

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Freese grave marker

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A GAR grave marker

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Another view of a GAR grave mrker

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Garrity marker

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A Government issued marker

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Another Government issued marker

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James Nichols marker

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Grave marker for Elizabeth Hunter, a Civil War Army Nurse

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Taggert Brothers markers

 

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