LOUCK’S CEMETERY

OLD LOUCKS RD. BETWEEN CARLISLE & KENNETH ROADS

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MICHAEL BRENNER (WAR OF 1812). OLD LOUCKS ROAD AND THE WEST MANCHESTER MALL IN THE BACKGROUND. Taken Oct., 1998

Blissing, Malinda, 1/15/1844-11/10/1848 4-9-25.

Brenner, Michael, 3/5/1787-6/4/1845 58-2-29, War of 1812. *

Dello, Catharine, 12/5/1752-4/17/1825 72-4-12. *

E.P.W., Died 1853.

Folk, Clara A., daughter of Martin & Leah; died 4/16/1875 4-4-29.

Folk, Martin, died 3/1/1872 42-2-3.

Fols, Jacob, died 1/14/1896 86-3-28. *

Fols, Margaret, daughter of Jacob & S.; (no date given.)*

Fols, Wm., son of Adam & Amelia; died 8/4/1871 4-9-26. Stone leaning against tree in 1998. *

Foltz, Leah, wife of Jacob; 9/29/1808-12/25/1848 40-2-26. *

Foust, Catherine, wife of Henry; died 5/27/1866 87-10-11.

Foust, Henry, died 12/19/1842 68-0-0. *

Foust, Mary Ann, 4/19/1846-7/10/1846 0-2-22.

Foust, Sarah, died 9/11/1846 31-0-0. *

Hartman, Catherine E., daughter of Daniel & C., died 1/12/1857 12-0-0. *

Hartman, Daniel, 1/5/1801-1/11/1863 62-1-6. *

Hartman, Israel, 7/9/1828-8/21/1849 21-1-12. *

Henrick, Louisa Ann, 6/6/1830-5/18/1846 15-11-(?). *

Hotsappel, Philip, died 12/25/1871 82-0-15.

Keeny, George, son of Henry Y. & A.E.; died 6/12/1862 6-8-9.*

Keeny, Mary, daughter of Henry Y. & A.E.; died 7/14/1862 2-8-24.

Kreber, Philip, 12/13/1713-10/9/1805 91-9-15.

L.A.H., (no other markings.)

Leckrone, Adam, died 5/17/1871 66-5-1.

Leckrone, Leonard, died 4/24/1865 52-6-15.

Leckrone, Susan, wife of Jacob; 3/17/1800-4/24/1851 51-1-7. *

Lecrone, Barbara, wife of Jacob; 2/1/1796-2/4/1843 47-0-3.

Lecrone, Eve, wife of John G.; 12/9/1770-12/14/1854 84-0-5.

Lecrone, Jacob, 11/9/1792-3/3/1879 86-3-24. *

Lecrone, John George 8/17/1760-2/28/1842 81-6-11. *

Letrone, Maria Barbara, 2/14/1763-1834. *

Melhorn, William H., son of Andrew & Sarah; died 8/14/1854 0-6-14. *

Patten, Lydia Ann, daughter of Wm. & S.; died 10/8/1859 13-5-1.

Patten, W., 1844-3/29/1845.

Pfaltzgraff, Elenora, wife of Geo. died 1/8/1896 81-1-23. *

Pfaltzgraff, Elizabeth Bentzel, wife of Henry B.; died 11/21/1879 24-1-25. *

Pfaltzgraff, Elizabeth, daughter of G.B. 7 E.S.; died 8/27/1867 0-0-14.

Pfaltzgraff, Geo. died 1/7/1873 64-8-2. *

Pfaltzgraff, Harry, son of C.B. 7 B.; died 4/6/1883.

Pfaltzgraff, Henry K., son of John B. & S.; died 7/17/1862 1-8-11.

Pfaltzgraff, Isaac B., 2/1/1859-10/5/1879 20-8-4. *

Quickel, Sarah, wife of Philip; died 4/5/1860 44-5-3, also her babe.

Rauhouser, Lydia, wife of Soloman; died 4/27/1882 78-6-14.

Rauhouser, Soloman, died 11/6/1870 62-8-22.

Rothrauf, Elizabeth, died 1791 (only date given.)

Schmidt, Peter, died 6/6/1817 3-4-4.

Smith, Adam, son of John & Sarah; died 3/4/1857 9-6-2.

Smith, Charles, died 7/8/1852 17-7-27.

Smith, Daniel, died 11/1/1886 64-9-25.

Smith, Elizabeth, wife of Daniel; died 9/1/1896 67-8-8.

Smith, John, 8/25/1776-10/9/1845 69-1-13. *

Smith, John, died 12/29/1893 77-0-18.

Smith, John, son of John & Sarah; died 2/25/1857 (only date given.)*

Smith, Lena, 3/(?)/1820-4/(?)/1848. *

Smith, Mary, 11/25/1817-8/25/1820.

Smith, Sarah, 4/6/1824-8/20/1848 24-4-14. *

Smith, Sarah, died 7/12/1891 75-10-28. *

Smith, Susana, wife of John; 8/6/1776-2/15/1857 80-6-8. *

Smyser, Emanda E., died 12/6/1837 0-3-3.

Smyser, Jeremiah, died 10/19/1836 0-0-19.

Subastia, Maria S., wife of John; 12/9/1855 26-11-27.

Switzer, Henry A., son of Wm. & Eliza; 11/7/1849-9/16/1850.

Upp, Barbara, wife of John Jacob; 11/7/1787-10/22/1859 71-0-0. *

Upp, Emanuel, son of John J. & Barbara; died 3/5/1833 3-3-16.

Upp, Jacob, died 12/8/1839 24-6-12. *

Upp, John Jacob, died 3/2/1852 65-6-4. *

Wolf, Catharina, wife of Henrich; born 1727, died 9/15, (no year given.) 72-6-0. *

Wolf, Daniel Jr., died 7/8/1854 20-0-27. *

Wolf, Henrich, 1743-1/9/1809 85-1-5. *

Wolf, Henry, Pvt. York County Militia, Troop S, Rev. War. *

Yoner, Benjamin, 4/8/1822-9/27-1861 39-5-19.

Compiled 11/25/1932 by A.E.Starner, C.Zaner and E. Beard of the York County Historical Society.

Field checked 7/11/1998 by the West Manchester Township Bicentennial Committee.

* Indicates stones still in place in 1998. Nine stones were found in 1998 that were indecipherable.

Louck’s Cemetery is located adjacent to the old Loucks schoolhouse, now a private residence.