Millview Cemetery
Sullivan County, PA

September 15, 2001
Transcribed by our local cemetery research team
Note: Also called Warren or the New Molyneux cemetery. It's between Rt 87 & Loyalsock creek, that is, in the middle of nowhere. We are grateful once again for this valuable record of the history of Sullivan County. We have also posted several photos taken by Grant Berry of Hughesville, PA in November 2009. Grant is a descendant of the well known Warren family that settled in this area and whose members are listed in the interments below. We thank Grant for his contribution. His photosgraphs of Warren family burials are linked below.

Beginning in October 2009, the Sullivan County Historical Society and Museum (SCHS&M) provided an update that includes previously unlisted interments, as well as addtional information on several of the interments that we did have. This information was extracted from current and old records in the possesssion of that organization. We have color coded those entries in crimson, and express our sincere appreciaton for this information to our colleagues at SCHS&M.

At first in March 2005 and then in April 2010, June Howard contributed several pictures of several tombstones and markers from this cemetery. We have linked these pictures in the listing below. Naturally, we are much appreciative of June's efforts in this regard. She is a descendant of the Rowe, Molyneux and Tomlinson families of Sullivan County, and is related by marriage to the Vough family. You can learn more about these families at
The Grain of Salt in Streby...Early Settlers of Lycoming County
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Last Updated: July 2013

 


Millview Cemetery
Sullivan County, PA
December 15, 2001
Photo Taken by Mike and Debbie Krause

 

October 27, 1894

NAME

BIRTHDATE

DEATH DATE

REMARKS

Barnes, Samuel

January 17, 1895 *

October 22 *, 1940

WW I Pvt 109th Inf.; * Per Larry Pardoe

Battin, Blake

.

1902

 

Battin, Catherine

1858

1913

 

Battin, Edwin P.

1854

1931

 

Battin, Hugh

.

1960

 

Battin, Joshua M.

   

...SG Corps, March 27, 1918

Birdsall, Charles O.

1822

1906

Same stone as Elizabeth T., his wife, and their children: Ida M. and Samuel A.

Birdsall, Elizabeth T.

1830

1885

Wife of Charles, same stone

Birdsall, Ida M.

1864

1884

Dau. of Charles & Elizabeth Birdsall

Birdsall, Samuel A.

1851

1872

Son of Charles & Elizabeth Birdsall

Brackman, Dora Hook

1866

1955

Wife of Henry C. Brackman

Brackman, Henry C.

1854

1926

 

Campbell, Francis M.

 

December 1, 1862

Aged 5 yrs & 11 days

Campbell, Hiram

1833

1862 *

S/o John Campbell;
Per actual obituary *

Clark, Mary Lambert

1825

1901

 

Clark, Thomas

1808

1876

Same stone as Mary Lambert Clark, his wife

Clark, William L.

 

February 19, 1880

Aged 30 yrs 7mo & 7 days Son of T. & Mary Clark

Ellis, Harold Glenn

March 7, 1893

September 1, 1970

NY Pvt Co A 304 NG BN WWI

Ellis, Lela Brackman

August 14, 1888

October 30, 1972

 

Fisher, Hulda Kilmer

June 30, 1900

January 6, 1993

 

Green, Charles

 

July 27, 1859

 

Hatch, Florence M.

1904

1995

 

Hatch, Otis G.

1900

1964

 

Hunsinger, Chancy [sic]

 

January 16, 1865

Aged 20 yrs 10 mo & 28 days Co. B 58 Reg Pa Vol.

Hunsinger, Eliza A.

 

March 17, 1847

Aged 4 yrs 8 mo & 15 days

Hunsinger, George

February 23, 1802

January 11, 1874

Died in Clearfield Co. Pa and was there buried;
Aged 71 yrs 10 mo & 16 days

Hunsinger, Mary

 

September 26, 1881

Aged 49 yrs 6 mo & 20 days;
Dau of George & M.E. Hunsinger

Hunsinger, Mary E.

 

November 29, 1847

Aged 42 yrs 4 mo & 21 days;
Wife of George Hunsinger, same stone

Kilmer, Abram L.

June 15, 1862

December 14, 1928

 

Kilmer, Harry M.

1896

1990

 

Kilmer, Jennie V.

1899

1940

Mother

Kilmer, Martha V.

1902

1990

 

Kilmer, Mary Molyneux

1868

1960

Same stone as S. B. Kilmer

Kilmer, S.B.

1860

1942

Same stone as Mary Molyneux Kilmer

Lambert, Emma Wright

September 17, 1823

April 5, 1882

Wife of Wm. Lambert**

Lucke, Hanna Barnas

July 1802

January 1855

Wife of Conrad Lucke

Lucke, Dorathy [sic]

No date

December 7, 1862

35 yrs; wife of Henry [Brackman]

Masteller, Dorothy M.

1923

2003

Wife of Floyd, same stone

Masteller, Floyd L.

February 1, 1920

March 5, 1995

Tec 5 US Army

McCarty, Angeline Bird

March 29, 1852

April 12, 1898

Wife of Lewis McCarty

McCarty, Floyd

1897

1974

Same stone as Grace, his wife

McCarty, Grace

1897

1982

 

McCarty, Keith L.

1912

1994

S/o Clinton and Rachel (Collins) McCarty

McCarty, Lewis

September 21, 1846

September 28, 1905

Per inference from Obituary

McCarty, Marian E. (Driscoll)*

May 3, 1918 *

January 26, 2003 *

D/o Fredercik & Harriet (McCarty) Driscoll; w/o Keith Laverne McCarty *
* Per actual Obituary

McCarty, Rosa Linda *

February 13, 1884

April 11, 1898

* Per actual obituary

McIntire, Chas F.

1862

1941

Same stone as Dora S. McIntire, his wife

McIntire, Dora S.

1868

1939

 

McIntire, Julia

1889

1989

 

Molyneux, Ada Mullan

1871

1955

Same stone as O.N. Molyneux, her husband, and Ralph O. Molyneux, their son

Molyneux, Anna Streby

1873

1950

 

Molyneux, Carl D.

1904

1995

 

Molyneux, Carl Harden

February 27, 1877

May 8, 1877

Son of David & Hannah Molyneux

Molyneux, Cecil Dewitt

July 8, 1921

December 11, 1944

S/o Wardner K. & Cora M. Molyneux
Lost at Sea GM 2 US Navy WWII
Editor's Note: Seaman on USS Reid, sunk by Japanese Kamikaze planes after destroying two attackers. Seaman Molyneux is on eternal patrol with 150 other members of the Reid's crew; a somewhat smaller number was rescued after being strafed in the water.

Molyneux, Clifford M.

1919

1998

 

Molyneux, Cora M.

1894

1936

Same stone as Wardner K. Molyneux

Molyneux, David

February 26, 1826

June 19, 1928

Son of Edward & Rebecca Molyneux;
Same stone as Elizabeth Webster and Hannah Norton, his two wives

Molyneux, Dean W.

1883

1955

 

Molyneux, Elizabeth E. Huckle

November 6, 1836

January 20, 1902

Wife of Thomas Molyneux

Molyneux, Elizabeth Webster

July 13, 1849

October 27, 1894

Second wife of David Molyneux, same stone

Molyneux, Ellen M.

1923

1995

Same stone as Clifford M.

Molyneux, Elvira McCarty

1846

1913

Wife of Joel L. Molyneux

Molyneux, Frank N.

1869

1959

 

Molyneux, Fred L.

1905

1993

 

Molyneux, Hannah Norton

January 9, 1842

March 9, 1877

First wife of David Molyneux, same stone

Molyneux, Harry S.

 

February 1, 1894

Aged 27yrs 4 mo & 6 days Son of Thomas & Elizabeth Molyneux

Molyneux, Herbert L.

1872

1955

 

Molyneux, Iva L.

1879

1968

 

Molyneux, Joel L.

1835

1915

Co. K 141 Reg. PA Vol. 1862-1865

Molyneux, John T.

November 14, 1879

May 15, 1929

Same stone as Nellie M. Molyneux

Molyneux, Julia A.

1901

1968

 

Molyneux, Katherine C.

1916

1980

Same stone as Fred L.

Molyneux, Lynn

1907

1975

Same stone as Phyllis; married June 9, 1934

Molyneux, Nellie M.

August 2, 1885

January 27, 1954

 

Molyneux, Marguerite E.

1905

1982

 

Molyneux, O.N.

1867

1937

Same stone as Ada Mullan, his wife, and Ralph O. Molyneux, their son

Molyneux, Patrick J.

February 28, 1953

July 11, 1990

PFC US Army

Molyneux, Phyllis

1914

No date

Same stone as Lynn; married June 9, 1934

Molyneux. Ralph O.

1906

1912

 

Molyneux. Richard T.

1922

January 15, 2004

QM3 US Navy World War II

Molyneux, Samuel

March 27, 1829

July 2, 1863

Died at the battle of Gettysburg Co. K 141 Reg Pa Vol.

Molyneux, Sarah

March 14, 1838

May 10, 1885

 

Molyneux, Susan Wickham

November 23, 1852

September 11, 1927

 

Molyneux, Thomas

July 29, 1827

October 12, 1880

 

Molyneux, Timothy N.

June 6, 1968

October 17, 1968

 

Molyneux, Wardner K.

1881

1969

Same stone as Cora M.; buried in NC

Molyneux, William

January 4, 1826

December 12, 1891

Same stone as Sarah, his wife

Norton, Hellen [sic] A. (Warren)

 

March 11, 1879

Wife of Wm. B. Norton
Aged 41 yrs 5 mo & 8 days

Norton, Ida "Squeaky"

1959

1986

 

Norton, Margaret M.

1936

2008

 

Norton, Paul E. Jr.

1955

1999

 

Norton, Perry

March 17, 1866

March 1959

Same stone as Rachel, his wife

Norton, Rachel

1869

1954

 

Norton, Terry

July 22 *, 1970

August 3 *, 1970

Aged 12 days old;
* Per SCHS materials

Pardoe, Eliza A. Molyneux

No date

April 13, 1882

43 yrs; wife of Joseph Pardoe

Reifsnyder, J.W.

 

May 9, 1875

 

Reifsnyder, Mary

 

December 25, 1876

 

Reifsnyder, Wm. B

 

August 16, 1857

 

Richey, Harry P.

1892

1968

 

Shannon, Faith Evelyn

January 29,2000

February 1, 2000

 

Snell, Ida

1906

1974

 

Wanck, George

 

August 21, 1890

Aged 55 yrs & 10 mo Pvt. Co. C 107 PA Reg

Warren, Charlotte

March 1810

 

Daughter of John and Mary Ward Warren
No stone visible **

Warren, Edabelle

 

March 17,1862

Aged 17 mo & 12 days

Warren, Eliza Ann

 

January 30, 1881

Aged 72yrs 1 mo & 5 days; wife of Joseph Warren, same stone

Warren, Elizabeth

September 2, 1802

September 15, 1894

 

Warren, Ella M. White

1839

1892

Wife of John Warren, same stone

Warren, Elvira

1838

1862

Wife of James Warren, same stone

Warren, Hannah

 

July 1821

Daughter of John and Mary Ward Warren
Wife of Christian Heverly
No stone visible **

Warren, Henry Clay

 

June 22, 1850

Aged 6 yrs & 12 days Son of John & Elizabeth Warren

Warren, James

1827

1877

Same stone as Elvira, his wife

Warren, Jerusha (Hunsinger)

April 1, 1837

No date on stone;
Known to have died February 15, 1918;
Wife of William Warren, same stone

Wife of William Warren. Her maiden name was Hunsinger. See Rogers and Warren Family Photos. Her husband is also buried here.

Warren, John

April 17, 1767

April 17, 1813

** See Editor's Note below
Base reads: "These persons were the first white settlers in what is now Sullivan Co."

Warren, John

1823

1910

Same stone as Ella M. White, his wife

Warren, John

 

August 5, 1873

Aged 71 yrs 10 mo & 20 days

Warren, Joseph

 

March 22, 1878

Aged 80 yrs ? mo & 25 days

Warren, Mary

April 22, 1769

May 14, 1840

Wife of John, same stone;
Born Mary Ward
** See Editor's Note below
Base reads: "These persons were the first white settlers in what is now Sullivan Co."

Warren, Sarah Ann

 

October 15, 1857

Aged 26yrs 2mo & 22 days

Warren, Ward

October 23, 1831

January 22, 1832

Son of Josiah & Sarah Warren

Warren, William

June 23, 1829

February 25, 1911

Husband of Jerusha Hunsinger Warren; same stone

Webster, Bertha

No date

1888

7 yrs

Webster, George

No date

1868

29 yrs; s/o J. S. & H.
Civil War, Co. K, Sq. Reg.

Webster, George

No date

1877

10 mos; s/o J. J. & C.

Webster, Henrietta

1813

1872

Wife of Gustus; born in Prussia

Webster, Jonathon

1808

January 3, 1879 *

* Per actual obituary

Webster, Jonathan W.

No date

No date

S/o J. S. & Harriet

Webster, Mary J.

No date

1821

29 yrs; w/o John J.

Webster, Susie

No date

1888

11 yrs

Wilkinson, Martha

 

August 12, 1863

Aged 37yrs 1 mo & 27 days Wife of T. P. Wilkinson

Woodhead, Alice Molyneux Richey

1901

1985

 

Woodhead, Leslie G.

November 15, 1933

September 12, 2008

A 2C US Air Force Korea

Woodhead, Olive M.

1901

1985

 

Wright, Ann

February 3, 1797

October 2, 1868

Wife of David Wright

Wright, Samuel

 

February 9, 1874

Aged 47yrs & 1 day

** Editor's Note: In August 2007, Mike Dempsey and Carol Brotzman provided additional information on the connections among the Warren, Lambert and Granteer families, members of which are buried in this cemetery. It will be useful for those interested in pursuing the connections to reference the Lambert Family Bible page before continuing.

Mike provided the following commentary as well:

I am fairly confident that the burial locations mentioned in John Lamback's note refer to the current Millview Cemetery (also known as the Warren or Molyneux Cemetery). Carol managed to put the Lambert and Warren family trees together before I could write it all up. And I just saw the Warren family LDS records which are fabulous and helps me to fill out that part of the tree.
Yes, I think "Hanah" and "Sharlet" (Charlotte) are the sisters of Jane Warren, who was the mother of William Lambert.
The story of William Lambert is that he was murdered with poison by his second wife, surname Hipple (aka Heiple). She was acquitted. A short paragraph about this trial is in Historic Hodge Podge.
I think we also have the name Grentere (Granteer) correct from the note. That is great work by Carol to identify that name. I could not figure it out. I think the G is correct because that script is written differently than the S in Sharlet. I thought the "t" was an "l" because it is not crossed. However, note that the "t" in "Description" is also not crossed in the note so "Grentere" matches with the handwriting.
This reference in the History of Overton may indeed be the match:

Hannah Heverly came to Bradford county with her parents and while living with them at Greenwood married Jacob Granteer of Canton. Her children were—Eli, Electa (Mrs. Ozias Kilburn), and three others, who died in childhood. She died at Canton about 1819, and is buried, in the old cemetery on the Granteer farm.

However, it is not clear if the burial reference to "the old cemetery on the Granteer farm" is a match for the burial locations of the others listed in the John Lambert note. There seems to be a discrepancy. If this Hannah Heverly is a match to the Hanah Grentere named in the note, then she is the sister-in-law of Hannah (Warren) Heverly who married Christian Heverly, the brother of Hannah (Heverly) Granteer.
Based on the picture constructed so far, the burial chronology for those listed in the John Lambert note looks like this:

John Warren: 1813
Mary Warren: 1840
Hannah Warren Heverly: 1821
Charlotte Warren: 1824
Hannah Heverly Granteer: 1819

Here are the basics on the Lambert family ancestry:
John Lambert and Jane Warren - 3 children:
---John Lambert: unknown details
---Mary Lambert (1825 - 1901) m. Thomas Clark, 1 child William Clark (1849 - 1880)
---William Lambert (1820 - 1887) m. Emma Wright (1823 - 1882), 2 children:
------John W Lambert (1847 - 1899) m. Emma Landback (1853 - 1897): This is the family that has the Bible with the note written by John W Lambert. John and Emma had 7 girls and 1 boy. The boy Ward Lambert died in 1923. Apparently since John and Emma both died fairly young and the son also died rather young, the farm and associated property passed on to George's side of the family.
------George W Lambert (1855 - 1925) m. Mary Tolan (1850 - 1928), 3 children:
---------Leo Lambert (1884 - 1929) m. Margaret Dempsey (1885 - 1971): This is the family that still lives on and works the Lambert dairy farm today. Margaret Dempsey is the sister of my grandfather, Robert Dempsey. That is my connection to all of these people.
--------Lena Lambert (1882 - ? ) m. James Keating
--------Alice Lambert (1889 - ?)


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