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 - JACOB H_STONESIFER j ed York County Resident....
JACOB H_STONESIFER j ed York County Resident. County Survivors. · H. Stonesifer died Wednesday 2:30 o'clock at the home ' of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr i and Mrs. Edward C- Bortner, West Theo- I Manheim township, York rang-1 ShorVs store. Death -was due years, five months and twenty *4:«A«.*~jn« Un t«r«k a «1 CTO.H K K 1 ° mountain--one m . . T . j of* I plicate of diseases. He was aged f Penn township, and Harvey j stjonegifer, West Maaiheim township, j ^^ three daughters, Mrs. j3 ortner ^th whom he made has at Mrg A ^ ce W ii das i n , Littlestown, and of the '^ Jameg A Masemore Harrusburg, Leonard j ^ ^ tood|er lszc Stonesifer, Car- The He was the son of the late The Mrs. Jacob Stonesifer, West Manheim township. His wife, who was Miss Elizabeth Weritz, died six months He is survived by two sons^ John r j s b u rg . rvn county, Maryland, and two of - ^ g P,on-, J ^ McSherryatown -* 115 ' i Funeral Sunday morning A brief service at the Bortner home at clock and further services in Wentz's , Meeting house, Rev. E. L. officiating. Burial in the cemetery , joinmg the church. (

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  1. The Gettysburg Times,
  2. 05 Jul 1919, Sat,
  3. Page 7

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