Person:Netta Forney (1)

Watchers
  1. Netta A. Forney1866 - 1950
  1. Louise F. Arnold1889 - 1959
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Netta A. Forney
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 9 Dec 1866 Hanover, York, Pennsylvania, United States
Death[2] 8 May 1950 Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States
Burial[2] Hanover, York, Pennsylvania, United StatesMount Olivet Cemetery
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Mrs. Netta Forney Arnold, in DAR Lineage Book, Volume 15 (GoogleBooks)
    Page 144, 1896.

    MRS NETTA FORNEY ARNOLD (14383)
    Born in Pennsylvania.
    Wife of Ira Wilbur Arnold.
    Descendant of Col Henry Slagle of Pennsylvania.
    Daughter of George Nace Forney and Eliza Wirt, his wife.
    Granddaughter of Mathias Nace Forney and Amanda Nace, his wife.
    Gr-granddaughter of George Nace and Anna Catherine Slagle, his wife.
    Gr-gr-granddaughter of Henry Slagle and Dorothy Slagle, his wife.
    Henry Slagle, (1735-1811), was colonel of the Eighth Battalion of York County Associators, 1776. He was born in Lancaster and died in Adams county.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Netta A Forney Arnold, in Find A Grave: Mount Olivet Cemetery, Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania
    Memorial# 137422913, Oct 18, 2014.

    Birth: Dec. 9, 1866, Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania, USA
    Death: May 8, 1950, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA
    Burial: Mount Olivet Cemetery, Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania, USA
    Plot: Section C, Plot 27
    Inscription: Aged 83 Years

    Netta's daughter, Louisa F A Tanger, is the namesake of the Louise Arnold Tanger Arboretum. When the Willson Memorial Building was constructed for the Lancaster County Historical Society in 1956 Louise Arnold Tanger, a naturalist, was a neighbor. She approached the Board of Trustees with a request to be allowed to plant trees on the empty grounds surrounding the building, and they agreed. They also invited Mrs. Tanger to join the board where she took charge of the grounds until her death in 1959. Louisa's son Charles (Netta's grandson) then took her place and served the historical society as its naturalist for many years until his death in 1991