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  • Subject is exactly "Cemeteries"

Brinton's tomb

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Date: 1901 (circa)
Brinton, Daniel Garrison, 1837-1899, his tomb in Media Cemetery.

Brinton's tomb

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Date: 1901-10-24
Brinton, Daniel Garrison, 1837-1899, his tomb in Media Cemetery.

Cumberland Cemetery, gate and gate house

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Date: 1895-1900
Beautiful ornamental ironwork in the gate.

Darby Friends’ graveyard

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Date: 1890 (circa)
Present entrance to the graveyard is at 1205 Main St. in Darby.

Henderson, W. H., flowers

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Date: 1901-07-10
Henderson is buried in Media Cemetery, but the date on photo precedes Henderson’s death, as reported in the newspaper, by five weeks. Either date is wrong or this picture shows the flowers of another person.

Irving grave, with flowers, at Media Cemetery.

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Date: 1900-1905
Media Cemetery identified as location from Mary W. Thorn gravestone in background. This grave could be for Henry Baker Irving (died 1900) or Laura E. Irving (died 1903).

Leiper, General Charles Lewis, cemetery monument

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Date: 1900-09-28
Monument dedicated May 27, 1900 in the Middletown Presbyterian Church cemetery

Matheus Grave, with floral decorations, 1895

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Address: Not Known
Date: 1895
Fresh grave, with floral decoration reading 'Baby" - appears to be in open field, not in public cemetery

Middletown Presbyterian Church, exterior

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Date: 1906-1907
The small building pictured was remodeled and absorbed into the larger church and Sunday School complex now on this site. The cemetery sits behind the building.

Rogers' grave etc. with flowers, at Media Cemetery.

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Date: 1895-1900
Entrance off N. Orange St., between Kirk La. and Rose Tree Rd. See also AP-5064. The Smedley family intermarried with the Rogers family. This is probably the grave of Ellen Jane Smedley Rogers who died 18 Oct 1899.

Rogers' grave, with boy in sailor's suit by grave in Media Cemetery

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Date: 1890-1900
Entrance off N. Orange St., between Kirk La. and Rose Tree Rd. See notes and second photo at AP-5181

Rogers' grave, with flowers and boy in sailor's suit at grave, in Media Cemetery.

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Date: 1895-1900
Entrance off N. Orange St., between Kirk La. and Rose Tree Rd. See also AP-5064. The Smedley family intermarried with the Rogers family. This is probably the grave of Ellen Jane Smedley Rogers who died 18 Oct 1899.

St. David's Episcopal Church, Radnor

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Date: 1898 (circa)
The church is surrounded by a cemetery. Photograph used in the book Twice Adopted, by "En Quad" [Thomas R. Vernon]. Media, Pa.: Cooper & Vernon, Publishers, 1898, facing page 192. This novel tells the story of two adopted children in Media who grow…

St. David's Episcopal Church, Radnor

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-5160-5.jpg
Date: 1898 (circa)
The church is surrounded by a cemetery. Photograph used in the book Twice Adopted, by "En Quad" [Thomas R. Vernon]. Media, Pa.: Cooper & Vernon, Publishers, 1898, facing page 192. This novel tells the story of two adopted children in Media who grow…