Richard H. Detwiler And Grace A Detwiler Revocable Trust to Lichtys Mennonite Church, 22 Kenhorst Blvd., $499,900. Michael A. Richards to Molly C. Cotton, 313 Dogwood Lane, $310,000. Mrs. Schaeffer was a member of the Lutheran denomination and leaves her husband, three sons, Harvey and Jeremiah Schaeffer, Allentown, and Oscar Schaeffer, Farmington, and two daughters, Mrs. James Weaknecht . Lower Alsace Township Jan. 17The COVID pandemic is still proving to be deadly 22 months after first arriving in Berks County. Of the hospitalized patients in this weeks data, three were in intensive care and six were on ventilators. is privately owned and is not an official site of FamilySearch International or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). (Reading, Pa.) 1796-1797, Reading: Jefferson Democrat. Statewide, a total of 49,633 people have died of COVID, an increase of 236 from data reported last week. Corrected. WorldCat, Deaths from Berks, Dauphin and Philadelphia counties newspapers, 1791-1864 Family History Library, Deaths from the Reading Adler, 1797-1824 Family History Library, Deaths from the Reading Gazette and Democrat, 1850-1851, 1863-1864 Family History Library, Deaths of Revolutionary soldiers : compiled from files of The Berks and Schuylkill Journal and Readinger Adler in the library of the Historical Society of Berks County, Reading, Pennsylvania Family History Library, Deaths of former residents of Berks County, or Pennsylvania, who died outside the county or state : copied from the Readinger Adler on file at the Historical Society of Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1809-1865 Family History Library, Deaths, v. 1, 1894-1906 Family History Library, Fleetwood - Walnuttown - Richmond townships, Berks county, Pennsylvania and vicinity : a scrapbook of newspaper clippings of obituaries, wedding announcements, car and train accidents, fires, etc pertaining to the people in this area, ca. (Reading, Pa.) 1890-1890s, Reading: Father Abraham. Reading Obituaries at echovita. (Reading, Pa.) 1943-1945, Reading: Reading Press. A Reading Eagle initiative to document unsolved murders in Berks County before Jan. 1 turned up more than 100 cases. (Hamburg, Pa.) 1863-1868, Hamburg: Hamburg Berichter. Transactions . Reading Obituaries or death notices were often recorded a few days after a person's death. (Reading, Pa.) 1835-1847, Reading: Evening Dispatch. The deaths of community members often were noted in even the earliest editions of the newspaper. Joseph J. Manegold and Lynda C. Manegold to Terry Lee Sutton Jr. and Rebecca Julie Sutton, 14 Terry Court, $310,000. Santander Bank NA and Main Street Bank to 15 Maplewood Drive Associates LLC, 15 Maplewood Drive, $1,025,000. Ralph V. Reinert Jr. and David B. Reinert to David B. Reinert, 418 Old Phila Pike, $1. 1906-1967 Pennsylvania Death Certificates Ancestry, A death and burial record of Lebanon - Berks counties, Pennsylvania, ca. Donald L. Peifer Estate and Harold C. Hart Estate and Buddies Nursery Limited Partnership to Mb Investments and M. B Investments, 7001 A Ben Franklin Hwy, $25,000. #BCGS36 - Foreign protestants in America and West Indian Colonies. Berks County Death Collection : Reading , Adler 1797-1815; Reading Eagle Obits, Partial Index 1868-1879; Berks County Alms House 1825-1892; Berks County Death Records 1852-1855 Family . (Birdsboro, Pa.) 1873-1876, Birdsboro: Birdsboro Weekly Record. Scott Madeira and Scott L. Madeira to Curt Pearson and Deeann Pearson, 511 Texter Mt Road, $1. Alan J. Wolkenhauer and Phyllis M. Wolkenhauer to Allyssa Streeper and Joshua J. Streeper, 819 Broadcasting Road, $380,000. Car, truck, bicycle, pedestrian, and motorcycle accidents are all a common occurrence, despite . For questions, call 610-478-3380 or send email to The case rate was down slightly from data reported the previous week, while the positivity rate saw a small increase. Bechtelsville: Bechtelsville Item. 69 News. (Reading, Pa.) 1869-1870, Reading: Evening Telegram. Sandra L. Flammer to Miller Family Trust, 1091 Shoemakersvile Road, $1. The weekly COVID report from the Berks County coroner's office that was released Monday added three deaths to the county's pandemic . Some Pennsylvania counties kept death records from 1852-1854 and again starting in 1893. Ted B. Snyder and Susan J. Snyder to Eyimofe B. Edukugho and Mariah A. Edukugho and Michele Wardius, 19 Ridgeway Cr, $502,500. Sanitizer dispenser was not functioning properly during inspection. Losing a loved one is never easy, but we can make planning the memorial as . Reading Eagle Reading Times A.M. Berks June 5, 1991 - June 15, 1991; Reading Times$, 1859-1939 Search the site but there is a fee to view the article. Last week the rate was 47 per 100,000 people. Carleton E. Goodhart and Michelle M. Goodhart and Stuart M. Snyder and Vicki L. Snyder to Carleton E. Goodhart and Michelle M. Goodhart, 145 Walnuttown Road, $1. (Reading, Pa.) 1890s-1896, Reading: Reading Gazette and Democrat. Young and Mary R. Young to William Rives Young and Erin C. Young, Greenhouse Lane. The countys weekly case count was virtually the same as last week, when the number was the lowest its been since thestate began reporting weekly data in early May. Corrected. Jessica R. Cantor and Jessica R. Henderson to Jared Spatola, 505 Pine St., $176,000. Subway #30746, 824 Route 100 N., Bechtelsville, Feb. 9: four violations. Browse obituaries, conduct other obituary searches, offer condolences/tributes, send flowers or create an online memorial. Berks County Death Collection : Reading , Adler 1797-1815; Reading Eagle Obits, Partial Index 1868-1879; Berks County Alms House 1825-1892; Berks County Death Records 1852-1855 Family History Library. Observed boxes of eggs stored directly on the floor in walk-in cooler area, rather than 6 inches off of the floor as required. KFC, 3120 N. Fifth St., Feb. 25, one violation. Observed dirt and old food debris on the floor under equipment and on the stove/counters in the kitchen. Working containers in kitchen area, used for storing *chemicals, cleaners* taken from bulk supplies, were not marked with the common name of the chemical. Corrected. According to Wednesdays update of the state Department of Healths COVID dashboard, Berks had 332 new cases and reinfections. Ronald J. Kaczmarek Sr. and Mary A. Kaczmarek to Michael G. Najarian, 7190 Rte 183, $285,000. Caernarvon Township The results will be posted every other week. 1870s-1870s, Reading: Reading Weekly Tribune. Statewide there were 1,135 COVID patients hospitalized, down 17 from the number reported last week. (Reading [Pa.]) 1840-1848, Reading: Reading Herald. Corrected. Davidson Saul to Zenel Cekovic and Kujtim Cekovic, 305 N. 11th St., $35,000. Also mold on racks must be still be cleaned. Womens toilet room is not provided with a covered waste receptacle for sanitary napkins. (Boyertown, Pa.) 1867-1903, Boyertown: Boyertown Times. Euri Lorenzo to Damon J. Huyett-Anderson, 719 N. 11th St., $135,000. Reading and Muhlenberg Township have their own food safety inspectors and the rest of the county is inspected by Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture inspectors. There is an accumulation of dirt and old food debris on the floor under the shelving in the walk-in cooler and under the bain marie units across from the cooking line. Reading Eagle | Reading PA West Reading Elementary, Fourth Avenue and Chestnut Street, West Reading, Feb. 21: no violations. Young and Mary R. Young, Greenhouse Lane and 174 Old Mill Road. Gerhard Poch and Brigitta C. Poch to Brigitta C. Poch, 22 Bick Road. Hereford Township (Reading [Pa.]) 1860s-1866, Reading: Democrat. Jerald Capellan to Sonia Gonzalez De Sosa and Sonia Gonzalez De Sosa, 1245 Spring St., $1. USA (1,373,456) > Pennsylvania (70,521) > Berks County (3,010) > Berks County Newspapers and Obituaries (168), USA (1,373,456) > Pennsylvania (70,521) > Pennsylvania Newspapers and Obituaries (7,373) > Berks County Newspapers and Obituaries (168). ([Reading, Pa.) (from Sept. 10, 1839 to Sept. 2, 1851), Genealogical columns from newspapers: Reading Times, Reading, Pa; The Statesman, Boise, Idaho Jan. 1959-Jan. 1967, Index of death announcements in the Reading Adler - Eagle, 1800 to 1879, Marriage Records from the Newspapers, 1830-1853, Marriages Published in the Reading Adler Newspaper, 1801-1825. Keith Martin and Jessica Martin to Ryan George, 200 7th St., $180,000. The countys case counts have dropped significantly the past three weeks after hitting a four-month high of 776 in data reported Jan. 4. Local newspapers recorded a variety of information about people in the area where the newspaper was published. Jose E. Malave Miranda to Saul Mondragon Gonzalez and Saul Mondragon Gonzalez, 911 Marion St., $150,000. Bret Allen Whitaker to Jennifer B. Reisfeld, 1209 Lorraine Road, $275,000. There have been 31 COVID death in Berks over the past week, according to data from the Berks County coroner's office. View local obituaries in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Wall at slicer has food splash debris. Alice H. Beissel Estate and Alice H. Hawkins-Beissel Estate to Jose Alejandro Ramirez, 8017 Allentown Pike, $140,000. The 12 deaths were the most for the county since the state started reporting weekly totals on May 11. (Reading, Pa.) 1920-1923, Reading: Herald. Berks County has surpassed 1,500 confirmed COVID-19 deaths. full size convection oven; is barge cement the same as contact cement; reasons why students come late to school; how long can clams live out of water Deaths from the Chronicle of the times, 1822-1834, Reading, Pa. First Reformed Church, Reading, Pennsylvania, Reed and Washington Streets : an alphabetized compilation of baptisms, marriages, and funerals from 1771-1905 [i.e., 1987], Index of death announcements in the Reading Adler - Eagle, 1800 to 1879, Membership, marriages and baptisms, 1905-1966, deaths, 1920-1966 (Windsor Street Methodist Church (Reading, Pennsylvania)), Reading Eagle Obituary Index for September - December 2003, 2004, Record of deaths and interments, 1873-1906, Records including births, deaths, marriages, 1842-1941 (Methodist Episcopal Church (Reading, Pennsylvania)), Trinity Lutheran Church, Reading, Pennsylvania : an alphabetized compilation of baptisms, marriages, and deaths from 1751 -1904, Altalaha Lutheran Church Cemetery, Rehrersburg, Berks County, Pa., burial permits. Bear Creek Mountain Resort & Conference Center, 101 Doe Mountain Lane Macungie, Pa 18062, Feb. 16: no violations. Michael S. Pickup to Meghan E. Pickup, 407 Dorchester Ave., $130,000. Tilden Township Tulpehocken Township To be removed today. There is a delay between when the deeds are filed and their publication. Leslie E. Schoenberger and Jeanne Schoenberger to David B. Freeman, 8084 Salem Bible Ch Road, $445,000. The result of the three additions and one subtraction is a pandemic total of 1,501 confirmed COVID deaths in Berks. Hugh F. Tait and Joan Ann Tait to Rebecca S. Wittman and Jonathan K. Wittman, 4182 Hill Terrace Drive, $405,000. Matthew J. Capone and Megan Capone to Brittany Moore and Scott Moore and Amanda Ricca, 26 Sovereign Drive, $410,000. Berks County has surpassed 1,500 confirmed COVID-19 deaths. Observed stacked pans on clean dish rack with old labels and label residue. Jason M. Reigner to Rocco Viscito, 802 El Hatco Drive, $100,000. Walk-in cooler/bar cooler floors/walls have mold, owner in process of cleaning yet. Wyomissing Junior/Senior High School, 630 Evans Ave., Wyomissing, Feb. 17: no violations. Deaths and marriages from the Weekly advertiser, 1796-1816, Reading, Pa. Suite 103, Wyomissing, Feb. 15: three violations. ([Reading, Pa.) 1972-1973, Reading: Daily Herald. No sign or poster posted at the handwash sink in the ladies restroom to remind food employees to wash their hands. (Reading, Pa.) 1822-1823, Reading: Chronicle of the Times. The handwash sink located in the womens restroom area does not have a self-closing, slow-closing or metering faucet to provide water for 15 seconds without reactivation. Dominos Pizza, 3007 N. Fifth St., Feb. 25, no violations. Marriages and deaths from the Kutztown neutralist, 1833-1837. Adolfo Tallarico and Lisa Marie Wells-Tallarico to Atreyee Dalal, 2 Valley Road, $285,000. Food facility is offering packaged, prepared meals for sale from an unapproved source based in Chester County. John Contsicos to Jeffrey Steven Scheidt, Christmas Vilg Road, $1. 1955-1965 Family History Library, East-Penn News 03/15/2007 to 12/13/2007 Genealogy Bank. Cynthia A. Kendrick Estate and Cynthia Ann Kendrick Estate to Joel Lynn Snyder and Karen R. Snyder, 4704 Morgantown Road, $285,000. Faye C. Schultz to Todd J. Janus and Theresa L. Janus, 194 Christine Drive, $160,000. The election features a handful of hotly contested races with national importance including a Republican . Wyomissing Hills Elementary Center, 110 Woodland Road, Wyomissing, Feb. 14: no violations. Washington Township Gary T. Cicalese and Lucinda J. Miranda-Cicalese and Lucinda J. Miranda and Lucinda J. Miranda Cicalese and Lucinda J. Miranda Cicalese to Jonathan Cabiria, 426 Monocacy Creek Road, $70,000. 1 min read. Marriages and deaths from the Hamburg Schnellpost, 1845. Racks are rusty and pitted. Much like the Berks County deaths, the May . Kelvin B. Gonzalez Garrido and Kelvin B. Gonzalez Garrido to Jesus Alberto Tavarez-Rodriguez, 637 N. 11th St., $115,000. Issue 3 WorldCat, Berks County newspaper records, Vol. Joanes Do Nascimento Cardoso and Joanes Do Nascimento Cardoso and Joanes Do Nascimento Cardoso to Tejadas Home Buyers LLC, 1409 Cotton St., $22,000. Sheila M. Smith to David Maekitan, 2003 Reservoir Road, $10. Berks County Pennsylvania History and Genealogy Reading Eagle Obituary Index for 2004. A working containers (spray bottles) of cleaner/sanitizer and a can of paint were stored above or on the same shelf with food, equipment, and/or single service articles in the server and cooking areas. Cremation Society of Berks County, Inc. Providing Fire Department Alerts for Berks County Hot water, as observed at snack bar warewashing sink, is not under pressure during inspection. Prepackaged breakfast sandwiches were held at 116F, in the hot case area, rather than 135F or above as required. Brian A. Culver Jr. to Catherine L. Leonhard and Matthew Leonhard, 2210 Shartlesville Road, $335,000. softcover, 8 x 11. Ceicel H. Thompson III to Tiffani Descano, 2419 Filbert Ave., $139,900. Cjd Group LLC to Blackstone Builders LLC, 2445 Cleveland Ave., $135,000. Food contact surface of metal racks in walk in cooler and beer cooler are not smooth, easily cleanable and/or resistant to pitting, cracking or scratching. Submitted & Transcribed By Tammy Clark Page 1 Page 2. James F. Tomasi and Buddies Nursery and to James F. Tomasi Revocable Trust and M. B Investments and , 132 Wellington Court and 249 Washington St. Berks Countys weekly deaths from COVID has hit its highest number since the state started reporting weekly data in May. Nancy L. Wagner and Renee L. Troutman to Guillelyn Mercedes Medina and Guillelyn Mercedes Medina, 921 Cotton St., $25,000. Detailed obituaries were not common previous to the 1890s. The countys COVID cases per 100,000 residents continued to decline. Kelly L. Korejwo to Kelly L. Korejwo and Ian Korejwo and Cooper Korejwo, 550 Summit Ave., $1. According to the state Department of Health, which reports the number of Berks residents to die of COVID regardless of where the deaths take place, a total of 1,653 county residents have died of COVID during the pandemic. Alex Murdaugh is led to the Colleton County Courthouse by sheriff's deputies for sentencing Friday, March 3, 2023 in Walterboro, S.C., after being convicted of two counts of murder in the June 7 . (Reading, Pa.) 1870-1881, Reading: Reading Times. Food dispensing utensil in several bins of sugar and ice bins observed stored in the food and not with handle above the top of the food and the container. . (Hamburg, Pa.) 1875-Current, Kempton: Kempton Rural Press. (Bechtelsville, Pa.) 1894-1902, Birdsboro: Birdsboro Dispatch. Winnies Tea Bar, 725 Penn Ave., West Reading, Feb. 16: no violations. Cleaven E. Parsons and Beverly A. Parsons to Mai 2834 LLC, 2834 N. 5th St Hwy, $275,000. Gary L. Dreibelbis to Gary L. Dreibelbis, 47 Dreibelbis Mil Road. (Reading [Pa.]) 1885-1890, Reading: Impartial Reading Herald. Note: Affiliate links are used within the directory on this site and a small contribution goes to the website for some purchases made. 1868-08-20 to 1869-03-22 Pennsylvania Newspaper Archive, Reading gazette and Democrat. READING, Pa. - A Berks County woman died as a result of exposure to the cold, the Berks County Coroner's Office said. (Reading, Pa.) 1876-1881, Reading: Sunday Morning Review. Corrected/cleaned during this inspection. . February 20, 2023 (78 years old) View obituary. 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(Reading, Pa.) 1881-1914, Reading: Reading Times. Wyomissing The food facility does not have the original certificate for the certified food employee posted in public view. Marriages from the Chronicle of the times, 1822-1834, Reading, Pa. Pilger Durch Welt und Kirche 12/31/1870 to 12/24/1881, Reading Eagle (Pennsylvania/United States) 20 August 1868 to 22 March 1869, Reading Eagle (Reading, Pennsylvania) 1868, Reading Eagle Obituary Index for September - December 2003, 2004, Reading Gazette And Democrat (Pennsylvania/United States) 24 May 1862 to 26 December 1863, Reading Gazette and Democrat 5/24/1862; 1/3/1863 - 12/26/1863, Reading daily eagle. At Bean Funeral Home, we take the time to make every detail perfect, from personalized traditional services to truly one-of-a-kind celebrations of life. Marino Tiburcio and Lucia Reyes to Mg1 LLC, 826 N. 11th St., $120,000. 1870s-1878, Reading: Reformed Church Record. Sadik Akdogan to Jason Licwinko, 615 Byram St., $210,700. 1960-1990 Family History Library, German Marriages, 1828-1832, Published in the German Newspaper Der Bauern Freund, Sumneytown, Montgomery County Family History Library, Index to Berks County Obituaries, Death Notices, and Funeral Notices US Gen Web, Marriages and deaths copied from newspapers of Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1796-1845 Family History Library, Marriages from the Berks and Schuylkill Journal Newspaper Bride Index US Gen Web, Marriages from the Berks and Schuylkill Journal Newspaper Groom Index US Gen Web, Newspapers of Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1789-1900 Ancestry, Newspapers of Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1789-1900 Family History Library, Marriage Index, 1800s-1999 Ancestry, Obituary Index, 1800s-current Ancestry, Reading Eagle obituaries, 1868-1879 Family History Library, Reading eagle obituaries, 1868-1879 WorldCat, Scrapbook, including obituaries, tombstone inscriptions : and details of Little Swatra Church of the Brethren, Berks Co., Pa., from 1925 Family History Library, The German newspapers of Berks County 1843-1913 Family History Library, The Schuyler C. Brossman collection of cemetery inscriptions : from various Berks county, Pennsylvania cemeteries, with a few from neighboring areas including a few from Lebanon, Schuylkill, and Lancaster Co., Pa., approximately 7,000 inscriptions compiled from 1957-1975 : with notes and obituaries as available Family History Library, Tri County Record 09/30/2010 to Current Genealogy Bank, Clippings from the Berks and Lebanon Cos., Pennsylvania Newspapers About Individuals from Bethel Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1989-1992 Family History Library, The churches and cemeteries of Bethel Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania : a scrapbook of historical articles pertaining to the churches; also a collection of the obituaries of persons buried in the various cemeteries of the township from the period of about 1965 to 1995 with some gaps and missing obituaries Family History Library, Boyertown Area Times 03/08/2007 to Current Genealogy Bank, Community Connection 03/02/2007 to 05/15/2009 Genealogy Bank, Southern Berks News 03/07/2007 to Current Genealogy Bank, Berks County, Pennsylvania, Marriages, Etc., Extracted from Newspapers, 1796-1845 Family History Library, Hamburg Area Item 03/07/2007 to 08/02/2018 Genealogy Bank, Marriages and deaths from the Hamburg Schnellpost, 1845. Craig A. Derr to Prakash Adhikari and Nisha Baral, 1723 Colony Drive, $455,000. Raw chicken was stored above raw beef, pork, in the kitchen reach-in refrigerated drawers. According to Wednesdays update of the state Department of Healths COVID dashboard, Berks had 463 new cases and reinfections. McArdles Pub & Inn, 1634 Moselem Springs Road, Hamburg, Feb. 3: five violations. Statewide registration of death began in 1906 with complete records by 1915. Corrected. Brick House Pub, 1348 Brooke Blvd., Kenhorst, Feb. 9: five violations.Observed bags of potatoes, onions, sugar stored directly on the floor in basement area, rather than 6 inches off of the floor as required. John Caputo, Jr. John Caputo, Jr., 75, of Reading, PA, passed away on Monday, February 20, 2023 at the Mifflin Center. Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration. is privately owned and is not an official site of FamilySearch International or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). Raul Galban to Natacha Seignon-Saintvil and Natacha Seignon Saintvil and Natacha Seignon Saintvil, 819 Master St., $120,000. Michael Decareau to Roughneck Realty LLC, 259 N. 13th St., $60,000. One set of lights is not shielded or shatter proof in the back room. Thats up seven from the previous week. Pennsylvania Death Index, 1906-1964 MyHeritage. 74-year-old Bonnie Moore of Bethel Township was pronounced dead at her home . Takkii Ramen, 36 N. Sixth Ave. Rear, West Reading, Feb. 16: no violations. Berks Lanes All American Sports Pub, 3190 Shillington Road, Sinking Spring, Feb. 7: four violations. Mary J. Wertz and Melisa J. Buchman to Elva N. Stauffer, 327 W. Shore Drive, $125,000. Russo Foods And Market, 1150 Bern Road, Wyomissing, Feb. 21: no violations. Berks County Death Collection : Reading , Adler 1797-1815; Reading Eagle Obits, Partial Index 1868-1879; Berks County Alms House 1825-1892; Berks County Death Records 1852-1855 Family History Library, Berks County Obituaries, Death Notices, and Funeral Notices 1906-1961 US Gen Web, Berks County death collection, 1797-1892.
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