Clipped From Bedford Gazette
DEDICATION SERVICES McVicker, Liberty _ _. | bear the inscription: of Court Martial Valley Forge. This tablet is at the grave On Sunday, October 12, 1930 at Jo* Cessna on the farm of Mr, 2:30 P. M., the bronze tablet attach- Fanklin A. Hemming, ed to a native mountain stone will-|tey, along the public road to be dedicated to the memory of Ma- i County Home, three miles jor John Cessna. The tablet will MAJOR JOHN CESSNA Born January 26, 1726 Died March 31, 1802 Bedford. There is a bronze sign on the east side of the road. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Claar of riVTT mrnvtn ,,' Â», ,, Â«ir. ana mrs. j. Â«. uiaar 01 soum 1 KECORD -- Member Penna. Richard street, and Mr. and Mrs. Constitutional Convention 1774 Signed Penna. Constitution 1776 __ _ _ MW6V ,,,, ^^ w ,,,,S^JS^K^^Tl Â° f Bedf0rd C Â°- Pa - TM-1781 'tend the national convention 1 Collector Â° f Excise Bedford Co. Pa. Lnited States Independent Woodcock of Martinsburg, will leave for Chicago on Sunday to Sax- | 17 80 Mil- i Member of Frontier Safety Com- mittee 1776 phone Association. The following took in the World MILITARY -- Joined Gen. Forbes q - o Â· R i i r - Â· -PV'I Army with 11 pack horses 1758 benes Base Ban Game m Pnila- Soldier at Valley Forge del ? hia on Wednesday: Messrs. A. 17r? R Egolfi c A . Diehl j w M ickle, Officer and Member of Board 3. C. Barnett and C. W. Allen.