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Adelbert Henry Seiple, Ohio Wesleyan University graduation, 1921
Margaret Ann (Nesbit) Seiple with grandson Steve Seiple
Albert Henry Seiple, 1920
Harvey Chester Seiple, Sr., 1921
Tombstone of Conrad Seiple in Jerusalem Cemetery, West Salem Township, Mercer County, Pennsylvania. Photo taken by Carol (Seiple) Gales.
Tombstone of Elizabeth (Schaade) Seiple, wife of Conrad Seiple, in Jerusalem Cemetery, West Salem Township, Mercer County, Pennsylvania. Photo taken by Carol (Seiple) Gales.
Tombstone for Adam and Lydia Seiple, Clarksville Citizen's Cemetery, Clark, Mercer County, PA. Photo taken by Carol (Seiple) Gales.
Marker for the grave of Conrad Seibel, Revolutionary War veteran. The marker is at the edge of the parking lot of the Easton Public Library in Easton, PA. Photo taken by Roy Siple.
Henry Seiple headstone in the Old Willians Church Cemetery in Williams Township, Northampton, County, PA. Henry was the oldest son of Conrad Seibel and Maria Catharina Scheib, grandson of Johan Conrad Seybel and Anna Eva Kublinger.
Sarah Wagner Seipel, wife of Henry Seiple (above), headstone in the Old Williams Church Cemetery in Williams Township, Northampton County, PA. Note the difference in spelling Seiple from her husband's headstone.
John Sciple's headstone in the Old Newton Cemetery, Newton, Sussex County, New Jersey. He was a son of Conrad Seibel and Maria Catharina Scheib, and grandson of Johan Conrad Seybel and Anna Eva Kublinger. Note the different spellings of the last name.
John and Harriet Cox Siple. The original photograph was taken in 1861 in Ashton, Illinois on the occasion of their daughter Rhoda's marriage to John A. Andrus in Ashton. John and Harriet are the great-great-grandparents of Roy Siple, who provided this picture.
Heinrich Seipel headstone in Leidy's Cemetery near Souderton, Montgomery County, PA. Heinrich was a son of Conrad Seibel and Anna Eva Kublinger and younger brother of Conrad Seibel. Heinrich also served in the Revolutionary War in the Philadelphia City militia. (Note the inscription is in German.)
John Seiple served in the 53rd PA, Co. F and fought at the Battle of Gettysburg. John was wounded on the first day somewhere between Barlow's Knoll and town. The 153rd was flanked and routed and driven through town. After he was wounded, he made his way through town to the German Reformed Church at the corner of Stratton and High Sts., where he sought refuge. This church was used as a hospital throughout the 3-day battle. When the Rebels took the town, he became a prisoner in the church. He remained there until the Rebels moved out on the third day. He was taken south of town to the 11th Corps field hospital, which was the George Spangler farm's barn; the barn still stands today. John died an agonizing death of lockjaw in that barn. (Photo Contributed by Roy Siple; Textual Commentary by Mark Seipel)
Tombstone of John Harrison Seiple, Clarksville Citizens Cemetery, Clark, Mercer County, PA. Photo taken by Carol (Seiple).
Long rifle built by Christian Siple. This gun belongs to Earl Van Norman of Easton, PA, and was displayed at the Seiple/Seipel/Siple reunion in Gettysburg, PA on 21 Aug 2010.
Grist Mill in Hilltown Township, Bucks County, PA. This mill is on the site of the mill originally constructed by George Heinrich Seibel.
Sarah (Smith) Siple. Photo from Dale Brackin, Dec. 2010.
Private William Seiple, Co. G., 1st Battalion, 187th PA Vol. Inf.
William and Amanda Seiple. Date taken is unknown, but judging from the clothing it can be reasoned that it was sometime in the late 1890's or early 1900's. William was a carpenter by trade. Contributor, Doris Norton states, " I remember in my childhood home we had a medicine cabinet that he built. In later years he worked for the Reading Railroad. He served for eight years as a member of the old South Bethlehem Borough Council and for six years was a member of the borough school board. He was a Democrat and was also a very patriotic man--actually knocking off with his cane, the hat of a man who had not removed his hat when the flag went by during a parade. My great grandparents raised my mother after her mother died when she was 7 years old."
The photograph is that of Henry Adam Seiple and three of his eight children. From left to right, they are as follows: William Henry, Henry Adam, Earl Keen and Aaron J. The date of the photo, however, is not known. (Contributed by Berit Seiple Osworth)
A photo of an old tin photo of Henry Adam Seiple and his wife, Adora Raub Seiple. Berit Seiple Osworth's great Aunt Lydia told her that the picture was taken on their wedding day. (Contributed by Berit Seiple Osworth)
Another photo of some of Henry Adam's children. In the back are Alice Viola and Aaron J. Across the front is Lydia Elizabeth, Archie Elwood and Ralph Edgar. Judging by Archie's appearing to be less than a year old, this photo was likely taken around 1910. (contributed by Berit Seiple Osworth)
Earl Keen Seiple with siblings Alice Viola Seiple and George Franklin Seiple (photo from Berit Seiple Osworth)
John Seiple and brother William Seiple
Paul Allman Siple, the Boy Scout chosen by Admiral Byrd to accompany him on the first Antarctic Expedition in 1929.
Ralph Edan Seiple and family
William H. Siple. Photo from Jim Regan.
Alice Etter Siple (left) and Marion Siple (right). Photo from Jim Regan.
Tombstone for Bertha (Siple) Walter (1873-1902) in the Hummelstown Cemetery, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.
George Etter Siple and his younger brother Willard Henry Siple, circa 1888. Photo from Greg Siple.
Willard Siple. Photo from Jim Regan.
Mary (Mae) Behr Siple. Photo from Jim Regan.
Florence Mae (Baldwin) Siple. The picture was taken by Greg Siple at a Siple family reunion in Pittsburgh, PA in 1983.
Tombstone of Willie Siple in Hummelstown Cemetry, Dauphin County, PA. Photo taken by Greg Siple.
John Filmore Siple. Photo from Dale Brackin, Dec. 2010.
Charlotte (Carder) Siple. Photo from Dale Brackin, Dec. 2010.
Helen (Ogonowski) Siple. Photo from Dale Brackin, Dec. 2010.
Duaine Brackin. Photo from Dale Brackin, Dec. 2010.
LeRoy and Lida Mae (Seiple) DeLong. Photo from Carol O'Neill, Dec. 2010.