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Holy Bible in English; A. J. Holman & Co., Philadelphia 1884.

The Family Bible of William McC Cummings and his wife Blanche I. Leightley. Blanche
married, second, George C. Swartz.

The Bible is now in the possession of the C. G. Brisee Genealogy Library, Irwin, Iowa.

Marriage Certificate
This is to certify That Wm McC Cummings of Yeagertown Pa and Blanche I. Leightley of
Yeagertown Pa were united by me in Holy Matrimony At The residence of A M. Shoop on the
9th day day of September in the year of our Lord 1893
In presence of Clara M. Albright, Harry Albright
Signed A M Shoop Justice of the Peace

Births
Emma E. Cummings Born February 5th 1894
William F. Cummings Born August 11th 1895
George C. Swartz was born March 8th 1902

George C. Swartz II born March 8, 1902
Passed away April 1, 1976 Age 74.
Beloved husband of Eleanor L. Swartz

Marriages
Blanche I cummings and George C. Swartz was married in Mapleton Oct 11th
1901 by John Garritt Justice of the Peace
Witness by Olive M. Lamberson and Albert Lamberson

Deaths
Wm McC Cummings died December 14th 1898 was born Oct 14 1868

George C. Swartz Sr died July 18. 19.12.
Was born Sept 9th 18.78

Emma E. Cummings Bell was born 1894
died April 26-1922.
My only daughter Blanche Swartz

William T. Cummings Born August 11, 1895
Passed away November 15, 1974

Blanch I. Cumming Swartz Born Sept. 10, 1867.
Passed Away Feb 10 1948
Mother of Emma, William and George

Insertions
[obit]
George C. Swartz

Lewistown - George C. Swartz, 74, 49 Long Dr., R. D. 4, died Thursday at
William Penn Nursing Center. He was born March 8, 1902 in Yeagertown to the late George
C. and Blanche Leightley Swartz.
His wife, Eleanor Lindemuth Swartz, survives along with a number of nieces and nephews.
In his early life, Swartz was a real estate salesman and southern California sales
representative for the A. L. Englehartt Company, Los Angeles, Calif. He was a fabricator of
dental materials for 15 years, retiring in 1967. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran
Church; Moneta Masonic Lodge, Los Angeles, Calif.; Lewistown Chapter Royal Arch Masons;
Lewistown Commandry of Knights Templer; Jaffa Shrine, Altoona; a past patron of
Lewistown Chapter Order of Eastern Star No. 283; a member of Lewistown Country Club;
Lewistown University Club and Brooklyn Hose Company.
A funeral will be held Saturday at 1 p. m. at Heller's Woodlawn Funeral Home, with Rev.
Robert G. Sandler officiating. Interment will be made at Yeagertown Lutheran Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at the funeral home Saturday from noon until the time of the
services. It is requested that memorial gifts be made to the American Cancer Society.