Catharina (Weber) Linderman

Upper Burial Grounds
Also known as: Axe’s Burial Ground, Concord Burial Grounds

Inside the Upper Burying Ground (1692) looking SE towards the restored Concord School (1775), which is also on the grounds. source: Craig H. Trout

On Germantown Avenue looking north towards restored Concord School (1775) and the Upper Burying Ground (1692) wall extending to the left. The front gate is flanked by commemorative plaques to Revolutionary War soldiers buried inside. Actual cemetery entrance is to right of Concord School.

Upper Burial Ground Cemetery – Year built: 1692
The Upper Burial Ground is a cemetery in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is notable as the last resting place of 58 American soldiers from the Battle of Germantown in the American Revolution. Wikipedia 

Neues Schloss Stuttgart Abenddämmerung

Birth:  1649
Stuttgarter Stadtkreis
Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Death:  1715
Philadelphia County
Pennsylvania, USA

Daughter of Johannes and Margaretha Weber. Christened on 20 May 1649 in Wangen, Stuttgart, Wurttemburg, Germany.
Wife of Johann Linderman. Married in about 1692 in Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Family links:
  Johann Linderman (1648 – 1720)
Upper Burial Grounds
Philadelphia County
Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Oct 06, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 170945394



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