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Philip B. and Flora E. Doverspike headstone

Philip B. and Flora E. Doverspike headstone

Flora wife of P. B. Doverspike, 1880-1920.

Philip 1880-1949

New Salem Cemetery

Philip Boyd Doverspike was born Feb 1880 in Red Bank Township
Armstrong Co., PA, son of George H. and Selina Catherine Doverspike. George H. Doverspike the son of Philip Doverspike (of H) and Ellen Jane Pence was born in Armstrong Co., PA, Feb 9 1855 and died at age 82 years 5 months 6 days, on Jun 15 1937 in North Apollo, Armstrong Co., PA. He was buried Jun 17 1937 in Vandergrift, Westmoreland Co., PA. George H. Doverspike was a Farmer.

Philip Boyd Doverspike was employed as a miner. Residing in Mc Williams, PA, he married at age 21, Flora E. Mohney, age 22, residing in Oak Ridge, PA, on Aug 13 1901. She was born 1880 in Red Bank Township, Armstrong Co., the daughter of Samuel G. and Rebecca Mohney. She died in 1920, and is buried in New Salem At Pierce, Red Bank Township Armstrong Co., PA.

Philip Boyd Doverspike died in 1949.

Philip and Flora became the parents of Philip B. Doverspike was born Dec 17 1906 in Armstrong Co., PA and died Oct 29 1878, at age 71, in Harrison Township, Allegheny Co., PA and was buried Oct 31 1978 in Pine Run Reformed Church Cemetery, Washington Township, Westmoreland Co., PA. He was employed as a Machinist. He married Lavina Kohler.

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