Sebring-Van Arsdale Family Bible
The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippencott, no date.
These Bible records images were provided by Rex Bertram, the Indiana Genealogical Society County Genealogist for Jay County.
Old and New Testaments,
Translated out of the original tongues,
With the former translations diligently compared and revised.
The text conformable to the Standard of the American Bible Society.
J.B. Lippincott & Company
Jeremiah Van Arsdale and
Magdlin Van Nuys was
Married Dec. 1st 1869
JeremiahVan Arsdale was
Born Oct. 14th 1845 A.D.
Magdlin Van Nuys was
Born May 21st 1847 A.D.
Peter Van Arsdale was
Born August 18th 1871 A.D.
Cormay Van Arsdale was
Born Aug. 20th 1875 A.D.
James Q. Van Nuys was born
March 17th 1819
Cornelia S. Van Zant was born
Feb. 6th 1823
Isaac Sebring was born Dec. 6th 1804
James Q. Van Nuys died Feb. 11th 1847
Isaac Sebring died April 28th 1889
Cornelia S. Sebring died April 2d 1890
Jermiah [sic] Van Arsdale died Nov. 6 1925
[Newspaper clippings found in the Bible]
Mrs. Van Arsdale, 86
Dies at Somerville
Somerville, Dec. 26 – Mrs.
Magdalene Van Arsdale, 86, died
at the home of her son-in-law,
John Tine at 162 South Bridge
street yesterday at 2:30 o’clock.
Interment will be in the new
cemetery with Funeral Director
John Maxwell in charge.
Dec. 25, 1933 [handwritten on clipping]
Mrs. P. R. Hall
Mrs. Judith Lake Van Arsdale, widow
of the late P. R. Hall, passed away
at her home on Riverside drive, Red
Bank, Sunday, April 27. She leaves
two daughters, Mrs. J. H. Patterson
and Miss Mabel Hall, of Riverside
drive, and one sister, Miss Emma Van
Arsdale, of this place, with whom she
spent part of her time.
Mrs. M. Van Arsdale
The Courier-News Somerville Bureau
Somerville- Mrs. Magdalene Van
Arsdale, 86, died yesterday in the
home of her son-in-law, John
Tyne of 162 South Bridge Street.
Funeral services will be held Thurs-
day at 2:30 p.m. from the home.
Burial will be in the new cemetery.
1933 [handwritten on clipping]
[Written on scrap piece of paper]
Magdlen Van Nuys
died Dec. 25, 1933
John Tine Dies,
Resident 60 Years
Operated One of First
Greenhouses in Vicinity
Services Held Today
--John Tine, 79, a Somerset
County resident for 60 years and
founder of Tine’s greenhouse
here, died Monday night at the
home of his son, John V. A. Tine
of Duke’s Park road, after a
Born in Hunterdon
Mr. Time was born in Hunter-
don County. When he came to
this place he opened Tine’s green-
house, which was one of the first
in the county. After retiring Mr.
Tine turned the business over to
his son and moved to Somerville
where he resided several years.
His wife, Mrs. Cora Tine, died in
For 50 years, Mr. Tine was a
member of both the Lodge of the
Castle, Knights of Pythias, and
the Somerville lodge of Jr. OUAM.
He also was a charter member of
both organizations. Mr. Tine was
a member of the Second Reformed
Survived by Son
Besides his son, he is survived
by a grandson and two great-
Funeral services will be held
today at 2 p.m. at the Maxwell
Funeral Home, Somerville. Dr.
Thomas Pace Haig, pastor of the
Second Reformed Church, official-
ting. Interment will be in the
New Cemetery, Somerville.