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Posted by: Debbie Day (ID *****8441) Date: January 31, 2004 at 09:02:51
In Reply to: WM.R.SPINDLER bc1824 PA by Maxine Hobbs of 301

George Spindler's father was Nicholas. There is a tombstone in Beallsville Cemetery that states: "Sacred to the Memory of Nicholas Spinler who departed this life July 3rd A.D. 1841 Aged 78 years. Nicholas Spindler was Father of George Spindler buried just North of this grave. This stone being a replacement of old stone"
Just north of Nicholas's grave which is in the oldest part of Beallsville Cemetery are two Spindler family plots. One is owned by George Spindler and his wife Lydia Baker Spindler and their daughters Catherine A, Sarah E, Elleanor Spindler Woodfill, Elleanor's husband Andrew J. Woodfill, Phoebe Spindler Ruble Cleaver and Phoebe's daughter Hattie Elma Ruble. The plot next to George's is owned by William Riley Spindler and has wife Elizabeth C and I'm assuming their children Flora and Alvin C who appear to have been twins, and Rebecca L and Mary F. I am assuming the William is George's son but that is what I'm trying to verify. The tombstone of George and Lydia and 3 of their daughters are on the very edge of William's plot and actually face to the center of his plot with the backs of the stones facing to the center of George's plot where Phoebe's and the Woodfill stones are located. I'd be happy to share the photos of these stones with anyone interested and would love to hear from anyone who can definatley make the connection between these two groups of people.

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