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St. Stephen's Cemetery


aka Steffy's Cemetery

Located West of McAlevey’s Fort, Jackson Township, on highway 26 called McAlevey’s Fort Road

Latitude  40-39-46N  Longitude  077-51-44W



Partial survey contributed and © by Janet Razzouk


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Anspach, Jacob, d. 11 March 1888, aged 81y 3d 8m

“The angel called him and he slept”

Anspach, Catharine, w/o Jacob, d. August 3, 1900, aged 86y 7d 10m

Parents of Susan, John Frederick and Martin Luther Anspach.  Jacob was one of the founders of the St Stephen’s church. His farm and saw mill were close by on the other side of the road.


Anspach, Julia, w/o John F., d. May 7, 1877, 34y 3m 13d

“Gone from our home but not from our hearts”


Anspach, William J., s/o John F. & Julia (Gary) Anspach, d. January 9, 1885, aged 5y 10m

“Safe in the arms of Jesus”


Anspach, Katie, d/o Martin Luther & Sarah Madge Anspach, d. February 7, 1881, aged 1y 7m __d


Dixon, Adda, April 9, 1870 - June ____


Henninger, Elias, 1844 - 1898, Father

Henninger, Armina, 1853 - 1931, Mother


Henninger, George C., 1874 - 19__

Henninger, Bertha Mae, 1876 - 19__ , d/o Jacob & Catharine Anspach


Henninger, Charles C., [dates unreadable]


Ross, John, d. April 15, 1914, aged 31y 13m 5d


Peightal, Margaret, 1847 - 1900

Peightal, Aaron, 1832 - 1913


Whipple, Osgood M., December 13, 1840 - December 9, 1899, second h/o Susan Anspach Hirst Whipple

Whipple, Susan Hirst, 1843 - 1932


Contributor's Note: There are many Henninger graves in this cemetery.



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