Rittersville Cemetery, Allentown PA

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Some family members here:

  • Charles Ritter 1806 – 1883
  • Dianna Ritter, wife of Charles, 1806 – 1863
  • Charles J Ritter 1871 – 1919
  • Ida J Ritter, wife of Charles J, 1871 – 1943
  • Sabina C Ritter, daughter of Charles & Ida, 1905 – 1919
  • Charles Ritter, 1830 – 1902
  • Matilda Ritter,wife of Charles, 1831 – 1913
  • Edwin Ritter 1834 – 1898
  • Rebecca Ritter, wife of Edwin, 1837 – 1901
  • Franklin Ritter 1837 – 1887
  • Wife of Franklin Ritter 1842 – 1904
  • George Ritter 1869 – 1888
  • Milton C Ritter 1857 – 1910
  • Ida E Ritter, wife of Milton, 1859 – 1932
  • Agnes M Ritter, daughter of Milton & Ida, 1879 – 1893
  • Oliver C Ritter 1861 – 1905
  • Elenora F Ritter, wife of Oliver, 1862 – 1933
  • Robert Ritter 1888 – 1954
  • Carrie B Ritter, wife of Robert, 1892 – 1974
  • Naomi C Ritter, daughter of Robert & Carrie, 1913 – 1992
  • Warren J Ritter 1886 – 1954
  • Edith A Ritter, wife of Warren, 1887 – 1969
  • William D Ritter, 1822 – 1874, Civil War soldier
  • Thomas Ritter 1808 – 1883
  • Anna M Ritter, wife of Thomas, 1802 – 1881
  • Sarah M Ritter, daughter of Thomas & Anna, 1833 – 1918
  • Asher Thomas Ritter, son of Thomas & Anna, 1835 – 1862

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2 Responses to Rittersville Cemetery, Allentown PA

  1. Patti Woods Crick

    Dear Sirs,
    I am trying to find out where I can locate information for my grandfather that was buried at the Rittersville Cemetery in Allentown in February 1947. Any information you might be able to give me would be greatly appreciated.
    His name was Robert Steven Woods, born November 20, 1903 in Chicago and died in February 1947. Grandpa was buried by my grandmothers family The Fredericks who had lived in Allentown for generations. I was out many years ago and was able to get a photograph of grandpa headstone but am trying to find out where he may have died. I had never met him since he passed before I was born but was told that he may have died in New Jersey but I can not seem to locate any information to confirm that.
    Regards,
    Patti Woods Crick
    DeWitt, Michigan

    • Hello. I do not live in the Ritterville Cemetery area. I don’t live in PA but have visited there to do research on my family’s history. It seems like there should be a cemetery office or a church associated with the cemetery. You might ask a local historical or genealogical association for assistance.

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