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The people buried here knew each other, were neighbors, relatives and school mates. Source: The Wellsboro Agitator, September 25, 1946, Page 5, Column 8 (Maiden names of daughters provided by Amanda Gibson) BACON - Mr. Burial was made at the Stull Cemetery, Union Township, Tioga County. Duane Taylor officiating and interment to be in Stull Cemetery. As a child he attended the one room schoolhouse and the Newelltown Methodist Church. Leonard was a man familiar with hard work, and he reveled in it. Largely attended funeral services were held from the home of her daughter, Dec 22. 6, 1987, at the Evangelical Community Hospital, Lewisburg, PA. 28, 1903, in Roaring Branch, the daughter of Alfred and Maude Smith Newell. MARY STRATTON STULL died at Palo, November 2, 1902 in her 75th years. They stopped to pick him up and decided to take him back to Ralston for medical attention. Although he was the type of man who believed in finishing one thing before starting another this did not prevent him from calling off his daughters from their farm chores for an impromptu game of baseball. Surviving are his beloved wife, Louise, at home; three children, David and Joy Ward of Canton; Tony Ward (Allen Risser) of Mechanicsburg; and Wendy and Greg Belawske of Canton; four grandchildren, Quay and Chloe Ward; Justin and Brittany Walker; also considered with closeness, Hunter and Amy Dibble; sisters and brothers, Lee (Donna) Ward and Nelson Ward all of Roaring Branch; Tom Ward of Illinois; Mary (Bill) Young of Mil Hall; Jean Carson and Alice (Tom) Myers all of Virginia; Ann (Jim) Liberti of Roaring Branch; and Connie (John) Underwood of South Carolina; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, neighbors, good friends and his faithful dog and companion, Jack. Ward was predeceased by two sisters-in-law and a brother-in-law, Betty Ward, Mildred Mickey Ward and Stew Carson. If you know the real surname of any of these women, let me know so I can put them into the alphabetic arrangement in the right place.