McGloughlin/McGlaughlin, Brinker, Bartley and Henry Graves--Butler County, Pa.
Graves of Louisa Brinker McGlaughlin (1810-1855), her daughter Eliza J. McGlaughlin Bartley (1833-1874), and a memorial marker for her husband, James McGlaughlin (1803-1850); the surname is spelled MCGLOUGHLIN on the stones:
For a posting of the marked graves in the family cemetery of Abraham Brinker (1774-1850) and his wife Louisa Moser Brinker (1779-1865) see www.findagrave.com, and search for "Abraham Brinker" in Pennsylvania, under the category "Non-Famous Grave Search". The graves are located on private property in the village of Bonnie Brook, just east of Butler, Butler County, Pennsylvania, on the site of Brinker's Mills.
Family members buried here include the surnames Bartley, Henry, and McGlaughlin. The earliest graves have the family name spelled "Brincker".
Most interesting is the memorial marker for Brinker's son-in-law, James McGlaughlin, a publisher of the "Democratic Herald" of Butler, Pennsylvania. He died in the California gold fields in 1850, having gone there with his brother-in-law Jacob Zeigler--another Brinker son-in-law.