Unveiling of Tablet at the Hebron Moravian Cemetery, Lebanon, Penna., Sunday, October 6th, 1929. Includes Directory to Plots with Years of Birth and Death. Under the Auspices of the Lebanon County Historical Society. Vol. X, No. 1.
Names in this online transcription include Allerman, Bach, Bage, Bamberger, Behm, Bermans, Beuhler, Binnen, Binner, Boettiger, Born, Braun, Brenner, Bruecker, Buehler, Butcher, Christian, Christman, Dijon, Dolk, Ears, Etter, Faber, Fetter, Fisher, Friedfrich, Friedrich, German, Graeff, Grimm, Guenther, Haehnle, Haenle, Hamm, Heckedorm, Heckedorn, Heckerdorn, Hederich, Hedrich, Heffefinger, Herzen, Hirte, Hoffacre, Imhoff, James, Kapp, Karch, Keller, Kern, Kettering, Kluge, Koch, Koehler, Kraft, Kreisel, Kucher, Kuentz, Licht, Maret, Marris, Meickel, Michler, Miess, Miller, Moore, Morris, Mueller, Ohlinger, Ohrendorf, Orth, Roedebach, Schnurrenberger, Schultz, Shantz, Shultz, Spittler, Steiner, Stephan, Stephen, Stoehr, Sturgis, Tannenberger, Tochterman, Uhrich, Volk, Weber, Weiser, Williams, Wombler, Xander, Yeager, Ziegler.
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