Harry Closson Rorer(1886-1968)
son of Frank C. and Augusta Stone Rorer
Harry Rorer and son L. Frank c. 1922
Harry (age 81) and Emily Rorer (age 88) at the wedding of their granddaughter, Louise Rorer, to Walter Rosett, July 1, 1967. Presybterian Church, Morrisville, PA.
Emily McGookin (1879-1976)
daughter of Sarah Frazer and Jim McGookin
Harry and Emily Rorer tombstone, Doylestown Cemetery, Doylestown, PA. (Photo courtesy of Paul Rorer)
Franklin Cadwallader Rorer
Frank C. Rorer and his grandson L. Frank, aka Mickey, Rorer 4 Aug 1921 on a trip to Willow Grove Park to hear John Philip Sousa play a concert.
Frank and Augusta Rorer Tombstone, Doylestown Cemetery, Doylestiown, PA. (Photo courtesy of Paul Rorer.)
Augusta Stone Rorer holding her grandson, Frank, aka Mickey
Charlotte Rorer graduated from Doylestown High School in 1903. The school was built in 1890. It was destroyed in a fire in 1973.
Doylestown Cemetery, Doylestown, PA. Photo by Shiva, www.findagrave.com
Laurence P.Rorer tombstone, Doylestown Cemetery, Doylestown, PA. (Photo courtesy of Paul Rorer.)
This 68 acre farm in Doylestown Township was purchased by Ed and Jane Rorer for $12,920. on 24 May 1871. This would be the last house in which the couple resided.
This map shows the location of the farm in 1876. It was located between East Street and Swamp Road. Three years earlier, Ed and Jane had sold 25 acres of the original 68 to William Stuckert for $200/acre. In 1877, they sold four acres to Ed's brother, William, for about $180/acre. In 1878, they sold 8 acres to Wallace Dungan for $1600.
The property contained a house, a small springhouse (pictured) and a barn.
The house was built around 1803. It appears to have undergone various changes with a General Grant type roof and plastered exterior per Edwin Harrington's report of 03 Apr 1999.
As of 1999, the remaining property was now located in Doylestown Borough on Linden Street, just east of Linden Elementary School, a few acres surrounded by suburbia. In his research report, Edwin Harrington noted that one acre of this land sold for $120,000 in 1983. The Edwin Harrington Report is in the files of the compiler.
When this photograph was taken in 1999, the barn was in ruins with the roof collapsed and slate shingles shattered.
Edward Rorer tombstone, Doylestown Cemetery, Doylestown, PA. The top of the stone reads "Father". Photo by Shiva, www.findagrave.com.
Jane R. Peeky Rorer tombstone, Doylestown Cemetery, Doylestown, PA. The top of the stone reads "Mother." Photo by Shiva, www.findagrave.com
Edward and Alvesta Rorer, Doylestown Cemetery, Doylestown, PA. (Photo courtesy of Paul Rorer.)
Rose Lawn, Forest Grove, Bucks County, home of Reverend Jacob Krewson, where Mary Louisa Rorer married Ulysses Pope
Tombstone of Jennie B. Rorer, Doylestown Cemetery, Doylestown, PA. The top of the stone says "Sister". Photo by Shiva, www.findagrave.com.
William Rorer, Father (on the left) and Maria Rorer, Mother (on the right) in the Doylestown Presbyterian Church Cemetery
The compiler is unsure of the maiden name of Maria Rorer listed on her death certificate. Is it Litlow, Sitlow, Titlow?
Plaque on the Civil War Monument to the 104th Pennsylvania Regiment, Doylestown, PA. (Source: www.hmdb.org/photoID81350)
Tombstone in the Doylestown Presbyterian Cemetery of William Rorer with a Grand Army of the Republic medallion in front. (Photo by Frederich Otto, www.findagrave.com)
Grave of George B. Rorer, Clay Street Cemetery, Fairbanks, Alaska. Photo by Barb Kumpula, www.findagrave.com
Clay Street Cemetery, Fairbanks, Alaska on the National Historic Register. Photo by Jesse Clifton, www.findagrave.com.
Entrance of Clay Street Cemetery, Fairbanks, Alaska. Photo by Jesse Clifton, www.findagrave.com.
Tombstone of Addie Rorer at Doylestown Cemetery, Doylestown, Bucks, PA. The inscription of "Our Little Addie" embodies the grief felt by the parents. Photo by Shiva, www.findagrave.com.
Mabel D. Rorer tombstone, Doylestown Cemetery, Doylestown, PA. (Photo courtesy of Paul Rorer.)
H. Walter and Florence Rorer tombstone, Doylestown Cemetery. Photo courtesy of Paul Rorer.
Reuben Cooper tombstone at Point Pleasant Baptist Church, Point Pleasant, PA. Photo by William Ridge, www.findagrave.com
Isabelle Crum Rorer (1918-2009), daughter of "Cleve"and Elizabeth Scott Crum, dressed up to greet her husband's return from WWII, 1945
Frank Scott Crum (1919-1998), age 14, and his sister, Isabelle Maidie Crum (1918-2009), age 15; children of Grover Cleveland and Elizabeth Scott Crum
Isabelle Crum's favorite photo of herself
Isabelle and Mickey c. 1991
Isabelle Crum Rorer, age 80, 1998.
Isabelle Crum Rorer obituary
Posted on the Daniels Family Funeral Services website
Laurence Frank Rorer in the infantry. c. 1942, Ft. Benning, GA
Sgt. Rorer, Motorpool, WWII.
Lt. Rorer, flight instructor
Plane flown by Lt/Cpt Rorer out of Mauduria, Italy for the 15th Air Force
L(aurence) Frank "Mickey" Rorer, age 72.
This tombstone in Doylestown Cemetery covers an empty grave. Emily Rorer bought this plot for her son, but her son and daughter-in-law are buried in Vista Verde Cemetery, Rio Rancho, NM
Wedding of Frances Jean Rorer to John T. Greicius, at the home of the bride, 11 Richie Lane, Yardley, PA.
Barry Glenn Baker, 1948-2016
Edwin R. Downing tombstone at Marietta Cemetery, Fulton, IL. Photo by Richard Whitenan from www.findagrave.com.
Susie Rorer McGlassen, Fairview Cemetery, Shawnee, OK. Photo by Heather, www.findagrave.com
Elizabeth B. Rorer, Greenwood Memorial Park, San Diego, CA. Photo by Gennaphyr, www.findagrave.com
Edna M. Rorer's tombstone, Greenwood Memorial Park, San Diego, CA. Photo by Gennaphyr, wwwl.findagrave.com.
Henry Reynolds tombstone at Arlington Cemetery, Drexel Hill, PA
Major Edwin Downing. Photo by Nicole Downing on www.findagrave.com