Stones Of Faith - Pennsylvania Germans and their Gravestones

A genealogy, history, folk art and archeology site for PA Germans and their gravestones with German language translations.

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Pennsylvania and American German Gravestone Guide

Zion Evangelical Lutheran, Manheim,
Lancaster Co. PA - Group 5

Elisabeth (Herzelroth) Arnold Stone
Elisabeth (Herzelroth)
Arnold and small
son 1792 - 1827
Detail of Arnold Stone
Detail of
Arnold Stone

William Brosey Stone
William Brosey
1852 - 1855

Catherina Eichholz Stone
Catherina Eichholz
1787 - 1864
David Eichholz Stone
David Eichholz
1785 - 1862
Steigel Monument Steigel Monument
Steigel Monument

Monument in Church Yard:
"Memorial to Henry William Steigel - Glass maker and Iron master who was born in 1729 and died at Charming Forge in 1765. Picturesque figure of colonial America, his memory is perpetuated by his artistic glassware,by traditions of the Baronial Pomp of his career and by this churchyard which he gave to the Manheim Lutherans in 1770 for one red rose.
His glass works were at the northwest corner of Charlotte & Stiegel streets.
Erected by the Lancaster County Historical Society - 1934."

Group 5

Picture Groups:   1 2 3 4 5

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